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FELUTZ/OD ESSA MAY 7, 2014



A A Plantation Palms Golf Club closes


S By Michael Hinman tion at Plantation Palms to act swiftly to promhinman@lakerlutznews.com tect not only its residents, but the private
FREE CONSULTATION golfcours as wel..
Fees Or Cos Unless you're a resident, a guest or a ven- "While not our property and not our
todor, anyone thing about trying to get into legal responsibility, (the golf course) is a critUnes Y u in the Plantation Palms community off Collier ical component of our neighborhood," the1
Parkway should think again. board, led by president David Gunsteens,
The community is on lockdown, even said in a written statement to The HOLL A during the day.And it's all because the golf Laker/Lutz News. "Many of our residents

course has shut down ... again, purchased their homes here because of the
BOMHO Nine months after closing for a week, excellent golf course. Not only that, but one
KAPRA NOS] Plantation Palms Golf Club has shuttered its of the benefits all of us enjoy in living in a
A links, and this time there's no telling when it golf course community, whether golf enthu- It's closed again. Plantation Palms Golf Club
i.LJ Atre at L might reopen. has shut down the course, and it's not clear
That's forced the homeowners associa- See GOLF, page 14 when it will reopen.



owl 'Oklahoma!'


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h To Pt Lutz actor, dancer

By Michael Murillo
mmurilo@lakerlutznews com

(oeIr Sl & ale Mabry) The play may be called "Oklahoma! but
some of its cast members call Lutz home.
Walk Wel e The Patel Conservatory is presenting the
311asitta C11" (fue famous Rodgers and Hammerstein musical
okbook from May 1 through May 10 at the David A.
Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Art's Teco
-Theater, 1010 N. Macnnes Place in Tampa.
The production features students in grades
'9 9 five through 12, as well as some professional
,actors.
"Oklahoma!" is the story of Curly
McLain, his love interest Laurey Williams,
,,and his rival,Jud Fry. Set in the territory of
9 's Oklahoma in 1906 as the area approaches
statehood, those characters and others re-solve their romantic relationships with a social dance as a backdrop.
B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTO It has enjoyed several runs on Broadway Seventeen local authors will gather at Barnes & Noble at The Shops at Wiregrass May 17 and London's West End, as well as national from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., to sell their books and chat with patrons. tours, film and audio recordings since its
N obl offe first run in 1943.
Among the 60 performers in the play are
Barnes & Noble offers siblings Ryan and Victoria Santello of Lutz.
Ryan plays Curly McLain, the show's leading

otJshowcase tor 'oca' authors man.Victoria is a featured dancer.
11W Els Eo l a I a uth s They're both excited to be part of the
St. joseph's production.
Hospital-North By B.C. Manion at different locations in the store, with a sprin- "I love doing it because it's a rush of enBayCare Health System bcmanion@lakerluLznews.com kling of genres at each table, Brouillard said. ergy. So many people are watching you, and
I'll have a teen book maybe next to they're all enjoying it," 15-year-old Victoria If you're looking for a new recipe, want maybe one of the cooking books and the said.
to make a quilt, are in the mood for a little quilting book, something like that;' he said. After opening night, she offered this asdark humor or want to be inspired, a selec- Some authors have been there before, sessment:"It went well." tion of books by local authors may appeal to such as Leigh Kenyon, a teenager who you. wrote "The Zebra Riders," and See OKLAHOMA!, page 14
Seventeen local authors will Madonna Jervis Wise, a retired
gather at Barnes & Noble at The educator who has written severShops atWiregrass May 17 from 2 al books, including "Wildcat
p.m. to 4 p.m., to offer their Creek Kids,"" Sam & Company,"
works for sale, chat with potential and "Juanita in Blue." She's also
patrons, and sign books. co-author of "Kachina and the
"It's Barnes & Noble's way to Bully.
recognize the community," said Evelyn Johnson-Taylor, a
CLAIR. Fkt[O 24/7 Emergency A/C Paul Brouillard, assistant store Check out a selec- women's ministry leader, will be
WfWDL. & Plumbing Service manager at the bookstore, which tion from Janet there with her book "A Woman's
A/C LICENSE PLUMBING IC. is located at 28152 Paseo Drive in Watson's, "The Call, Living a Life of Purpose."
Wesley Chapel. "Our customers Artist;' on page 14. Those interested in learning are readers.A lot of them aspire to quilt can pick up some pointto be authors and have their ers from Elizabeth Dackson,
books for sale in our store. So this is a great author of "Becoming a Confident Quilter." 4A4~way to get the authors who are local to our Guy Cote will offer his book "Long Live
-store." the King: Book One of the Charlemagne COURTESY OF THE PATEL CONSERVATORY
i It's a fun event for the authors, Brouillard Saga:' Milt Harris will have three titles avail- Lutz resident Ryan Santello takes on the added. Besides having a chance to sell their able, a book for young readers called"Foxy lead role of Curly in 'Oklahoma!' which wraps work, they get to talk to customers and to Roxy" a self-help guide titled"Ceilings" and up its run this week at the David A. Straz Jr.
CornerstonePros.com network with each other. Center for the Performing Arts. His sister,
81 3-949-4445 The store will set the writers up in clusters See SHOWCA SE, page 14 Victoria, is a featured dancer in the play.




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Mourners brave rain to remember fallen officers

By Michael Hinman "While this number is
mhinman@fakerfuLznews. corn gratifying somewhat, one
life is still too many," he said. t "
It's said that J. Edgar Hoover himself trav- "We as leaders continue to
eled from Washington, D.C., to Dade City, to work hard to provide our
remember prohibition agent John Van officers with the awareness
Waters. and training they need to .
The 46-year-old U.S. Department of confront the many dangers
Justice officer was killed alongside Pasco they are facing. We must s o
County constable Arthur Crenshaw on strive to create a new culOct. 4,1922, in an ambush soon after investi- ture of safety in law E
gating an illegal distillery near Dade City. .enforcement that addresses .
They were just the second and third law the elements of our job that /
enforcement officers killed in the line of we can control, such as driv- F .
duty at the time, but would eventually be- ing habits. F
come a part of a list that now totals eight Two of Pasco's deaths
who paid the ultimate price in protecting Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco said that were from automobile accithe people of Pasco County. the men being honored showed courage, dents, including the most
And those same people who benefit that'when there was a fight or flight situa- recent, Hernando County
from that protection refuse to let them be tion, they did not run in fear, they fought' Sheriff's deputy John MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTOS
forgotten as the Pasco County Sheriff's Mecklenburg, who was Pasco County sheriff's deputies salute during ceremonies
Office and other law enforcement agencies "It is truly a special day for us," Sheriff killed during a high-speed remembering law enforcement officers who were killed in the
celebrated their lives during a memorial Chris Nocco told the crowd of spectators chase on U.S. 41 in 2011 that line of duty during the last century or so. service May 2 in front of the Historic Dade who stood in a steady downpour to honor crossed into Pasco County. City Courthouse. the officers. "In a world where so many Pasco County Sheriff's deputy John Bradford-Jean Crooks, who was just 23 in
times we get McCabe also died on U.S. 41, but in 1948, May 1998 when he was slain by a man who
wrapped up in the while responding to a call about stolen had earlier killed two Tampa Police
petty little things of grove heaters. Department officers and a young boy. Brad
life, this is a moment "On this day, let us remember these men Crooks, as he was known by, never had a that we can reflect not by how they died, but how they walked chance to get out of his car, was shot and upon what is most among us, and whose lives they enriched in killed on the off-ramp of Interstate 75 into
.................. important. a thousand ways by their very existence," Wesley Chapel.
.. Last year, the said U.S. Circuit Court judge William Burgess And then there was the first officer ever

3 death toll for law en- III, after reading the roll call of the fallen offi- killed in Pasco in the line of duty. Sheldon
forcement officers cers. Nicks was working with his father, Fivay
killed in the line of Those officers honored also included Lt. town marshal H. Robert Nicks, to serve a duty dropped to its Charles "Bo" Harrison, who was killed warrant.When the man they were serving
lowest numbers in June 1, 2003, while doing surveillance near a realized he was being arrested, he pulled a
more than 50 years. Dade City nightclub.A sniper, whose only gun.The younger Nicks jumped in front of And while those are goal reportedly was to shoot a police offi- the bullet, saving his father, but died on May statistics that should cer, hid in the nearby woods, and shot 8,1909. be celebrated, Dade Harrison in the back. Harrison, who was 56, "None of whom we honor today can be City Police Chief Ray was just 15 days away from retirement after defined by their deaths," Florida Highway Officers salute a wreath featuring pictures of law enforcement offi- Velboom warned that 31 years of service. Patrol Capt. Kristina Quenneville said."But
cers who lost their lives in the line of duty in Pasco County during work to protect offi- Also remembered was a member of the by what is forever imprinted on the lives its long history. cers is still needed. Florida Highway Patrol, Trooper James and hearts of those they have touched."



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Schools rack up awards for good performance

The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report Pasco schools receiving awards were:
-Pasco High, $138,375
Public schools in Hillsborough County Oakstead Elementary, $ 107,492 earned nearly $8.5 million and Pasco County Double Branch Elementary, $83,617 $2.7 million in Florida School Recognition Long Middle, $160,838 Program awards, according to figures released Wiregrass Ranch High, $193,549 itby the Florida Department of Education. Sunlake High, $153,626
Schools eligible to receive the recogni- Veterans Elementary, $80,196 tion awards include those receiving an A Connerton Elementary, $86,881 school grade; those improving at least one Pine View Middle, $90,207 letter grade from the previous year; those Lake Myrtle Elementary, $66,713 improving more than one school grade and Sand Pine Elementary, $63,254 sustaining the improvement the following Wesley Chapel Elementary, $62,054 year; or alternative schools meeting state im- Seven Oaks Elementary, $94,966 provement criteria. Academy at the Farm, $38,982
Award distributions are based on $ 100 Countryside Montessori, $23,200 per full-time equivalent student for each eli- imagine School at land 0'LUkes, gible school. $63,360
Hillsborough schools receiving awards The Florida Lottery provides the prolocally were: gram's funding, and the legislation that
Benito Middle, $107,383 created it authorizes the school's staff and
Chiles Elementary, $78,259 school advisory council to decide how to
Clark Elementary, $82,957 use the funds.
Hammond Elementary, $69,7 10 The money can be used for bonuses for
Liberty Middle, $110,342 the faculty and staff, for educational equip- Lutz Elementary, $58,750 ment or materials, or for temporary
Maniscalco Elementary, $54,156 personnel to help the school maintain or
Martinez Middle, $ 108,800 improve student performance.
Schwarzkopf Elementary: $60,163 If bonuses are awarded, the staff and advif Tampa Palms Elementary, $76,953 sory team decide who receives them and how
Does every house in your neighbor- Wharton High, $236,050 much each person receives, according to the
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Lake Bernadette home. From time to time, Getting to know
Gn people will find Arnot carrying his clubs,
to n looking to master each hole. B.A. Arnot

OW Injury explains the change in his golf
plans, but what happened to a career in fi- What are you watching on TV?
You nance? There have been tons of shows on that
"I don't think I would've ever been good everyone likes, but I tend to only watch TV
By Michael Hinman behind a desk,"Arnot said."I'm used to being on Wednesday nights when I'm off. So the
mhinman@lakerlutznews.com on my feet and walking around, because at shows I'm watching are "Burn Notice" and
the end of the day, it all comes down to cus- "Suits."
tomer service for me:' What music group makes you turn up
here may be about a dozen differ- But Arnot doesn't like the word "cus- the radio?
ent cuts of steak, but the ways to tomer," however. Nirvana. Or really anything on 102.5 The
prepare it are almost endless. "'Guest'is a better word," he said."It's all Bone.
Think about Bubba Blue's long list of shrimp about the guest, and taking care of the recipes in the film "Forrest Gump," and re- guest." If you could spend a week anywhere?
place all of it with all the types of steak that In 1994, LongHorn was a young restau- I would go to St. Andrews Links, the golf
exist, rant chain that was more "roadhouse" style. course in Scotland. It's the most famous
B.A. Arnot has watched thousands of The complete menu was found on a chalk- course in the world.
steaks carried from his kitchen to customers board when customers arrived, and each at his LongHorn Steakhouse location on table offered complimentary peanuts the Best golfing movie?
Tampa's Westshore Boulevard. Rancher's shells of which were welcomed on top of MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTO "The Legend of Bagger Vance."
Sirloin. Outlaw Ribeye. Flo's Filet. There's the wooden floors, crunching under the B.A. Arnot doesn't mind the long commute never a shortage of meat. servers' feet. from his home in Zephyrhills to LongHorn
And for the last 20 years,Arnot has dedi- Arnot had worked at a Burger King Steakhouse in Tampa's Westshore district, he's not working.
cated his professional career to making sure when he was a teenager, and Bennigan's in He's worked with the restaurant since the Arnot also carves out a little time for hungry customers walk away satisfied from college. But at LongHorn, he was still start- days when guests still threw discarded himself in the middle of the week, where he the restaurant chain. But his job as managing ing at entry level, first as a host, and then as peanut shells on the floor, can enjoy a round of golf, or simply work on partner is not exactly the career Arnot ex- a server, peanutshellsonthe_______ projects at home.
pected to find himself in back in his college Yet, the manager at his LongHorn saw And as the LongHorn chain expands,
days at the University of South Florida. something inArnot. He saw a leader. nity arises. He's a big believer in hiring from Arnot hopes to expand with it. His ultimate
"My degree is in finance,"Arnot said one "After a year-and-a-half here, I got offered within, goal is to become a regional director of oprecent afternoon before the Saturday dinner a chance to go into management, so I did," During almost all of that time,Arnot has rations, although such a job might mean rush." I was on the USF golf team, too, and I he said. commuted the nearly 40 miles from his moving. Moving up is a long-term plan, like
was even thinking about maybe turning Arnot would continue to work at the home to the restaurant. Even when the Dale waiting until his youngest daughter is on
pro." LongHorn location on North Dale Mabry Mabry location closed down and moved to her way to college.
In fact, if the Super Bowl and a major Highway, until he became a kitchen manag- nearby Westshore Boulevard, it was still a "Yeah, 10 years would be my goal to golfing event ever ended up on the same er at a new location in Citrus Park in 1999. haul. move ahead,"Arnot said. "But who knows.
night,Arnot might have to read about foot- Just two years later, he was back at the Dale But he doesn't let all that travel time and It's hard to predict." ball's biggest game in the newspaper the Mabry location, now as its managing part- long hours at the restaurant interfere with And Arnot should know. Just 20 years next morning.The only reason why he isn't ner. making time for his wife a manager at a ago, LongHorn was supposed to be a quick
pursuing that dream is an injury that pre- Arnot gives back the same way he re- Fifth Third Bank and three daughters, stop on the road toward a banking job. vents him from playing as much as he likes. ceived nearly two decades ago. He looks for ages 16, 14, and 8. He takes turns getting his Instead, he's focused his career on the indusOf course, that does not mean Arnot manager material from the staff he hires, kids around to their various activities, and try, and still has a lot more he wants to never plays. Silverado Golf & Country Club and promotes them whenever the opportu- making sure he's home for dinner the nights accomplish.


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Industry Advisory Council, with Summer recreational vehicle park to State Road 54 Burke retires from tax collector's office
Martin from the Pasco Economic just west of Zephyrhills, has been convinced Cathy Burke, center, is retiring from the Pasco County Tax Collector's Office after 11 Development Council, elected as chair- to build a new apartment complex instead. years of service. Tax Collector Mike Fasano, left, and Dade City office manager Michelle woman. Terrace Investors LLC were scheduled to Vnuehnrdhr
The council's mission is to serve as an appear in front of the Pasco County Vnuehnrdhr advisory body, working collaboratively with Commission May 6 seeking a rezoning of a the instructional faculty and students by 14-acre piece of property on New River Cost is $15 for members, and $18 for guests, each year, according to a release. providing ideas and opinions on matters Road next to Terrace Park Mobile Home if purchased byluesday before the meeting. The banquet is set for Sept. 2 at concerning the industry, and to help ad- Park, so that it could build a 228-unit project. To register, visit Women-n-Charge.com. Saddlebrook Resort in Wesley Chapel. vance the department's strategic plan. Terrace Investors bought the vacant land For information, call (813) 600-9848. Sponsorships range from $500 to $7,500.
"Talent is always No. 1 on a company's in 1999 for $240,000, according to the Pasco For information, call (813) 926-0827, ext.
wish list when choosing a location for its County Property Appraiser. Steve McConihay GRNSNT NEN226, or email suzanne@pascoedc.com, by July 1. business;' said Martin, in a release."This is a owns the company, and in 2012 also pro- WITH CESSNA great opportunity for industry professionals posed to replace a 138-lot RV park with a Joshua Cherok, the grandson of Leon and MORE JOBS COMING TO REGION to weigh in on the skills they would like to 230-unit apartment complex in Largo, ac- Shirley Cherok of Land 0' Lakes, has accept- The Tampa Bay market gained 30,000 see future graduates have as it relates to cording to published reports. ed a summer internship wit Cessna Aircraft new jobs in March, while the unemploytheir business and the field of marketing, His new project there, called Boulevard Co., in Wichita, Kansas. ment rate locally dropped by 1 percentage
communication and multimedia." Apartments, secured $30 million in financing He will work as a customer support rep- point to 7.5 percent.
Martin joined the PEDC in 2012, and has just last month. resentative wit the engine events The numbers were released by Gov. Rick
since helped the organization win four The commission's decision on the rezon- management team. Scott's office, and included gains in areas
awards recognizing its marketing efforts. She ing request was not available by the time Cherok will graduate in December from like professional and business services with also serves on the Tampa Bay Partnership's The Laker/Lutz News went to press. Kent State University in Ohio with a bache- 9,000 new jobs, and trade and transportaRegional Marketing Council, and in 2012, lor's degree in aeronautics. tion with 6,400 new jobs. Manufacturing
participated as a member of the LEVENT TO SPEAK AT had 4, 100 new jobs.
Communications Action Group for the WOMEN-N-CHARGE PEDC NEEDS BANQUET SPONSORS The region was first among the state
Tampa Bay Host Committee. Women-n-Charge will have its next meet- The Pasco Economic Development metropolitan areas when it came to online
"Saint Leo University is preparing stu- ing June 6 at 11:30 a.m., at Pebble Creek Council is seeking sponsors for its annual job demand with 41,076 openings.That indents for future jobs, and we want to stay on Country Club, 10550 Regents Park Drive in appreciation banquet. cluded nearly 10,500 openings in science, the cutting edge;' said Michael Nastanski, Tampa. The 28-year-old event allows the organi- technology, engineering and mathematics
dean of Saint Leo's Donald R.Tapia School of Guest speaker is business strategist and zation to recognize those who help keep STEM jobs that are considered high wage Business, in a release. "We look forward to author Tammy Levent, who will talk about the Pasco County economy strong and and high skill. working with industry professionals to de- how to create successful strategic partner- growing, and is typically attended by more The unemployment rate statewide in velop the Tampa Bay region's talent:' ships in this economy than 600 business and community leaders March was 6.3 percent.






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By B.C. Man ion tionally involved because happen to you. "
bcmanion@lakerlutznews. corn that makes them more Keep your credit cards and Social
vulnerable, Henry said. Security number in a place where others Protect yourself with When it comes to being One common ploy in- can't get to them, she added. Check your these tips from AARP
scammed, virtually everyone is volves an email or a call credit reports to be sure they are accurate.
at risk, said Claudette Henry, the that claims to be from a "Be real careful about your mail and
featured speaker at a recent relative needing help. It's how you handle your mail.You don't want DotcaryurSilSertyad
Land 0' Lakes AARP chapter best to hang up the to throw stuff out in the trash with infor- Shred sensitive information
meeting. phone and verify that in- mation from credit card companies, offers
Because identity theft and fomto-rmaohr o vnyornm n drs, er Limit the number of credit cards
fraud are so pervasive, the AARP source, said." Shred the information. Don't put it you carry
has launched the Fraud Watch There are other out there. People go through your trash try- Keep copies of your credit cards,
Network to combat the prob- scams that claim to offer ing to get information."
lem. Last year, an estimated 12.6 investment opportuni- Also, be careful in returning calls when front and back, in case they are stolen
million Americans were the vic- ties, such as oil and gas you don't recognize the numbers, she said. Watch for missing bills
tims of identity theft, Henry A stock options, she said. "If you don't know who's calling you,
said, citing AARP materials. One victim lost $40,000. don't call them," Henry advised. Monitor your accounts carefully
AARP's Fraud Watch Cluet er It can happen to Ginny Sibley, a bank officer for American Do your homework before making
Network aims to help people of CudteHnyanyone," Henry said. Momentum Bank, offered this advice:
all ages, not only members of Some criminals use "When you're traveling, please use a credit investments
the AARP, Henry said. threats and intimidation to try to get what card, not your debit card*" Review your free credit report once
"We're trying to protect you against they want. "The latest scam involves calls or Scammers can do serious damage once a year phone, email and mail scams," Henry said. emails that claim they're from the IRS," she they get someone's checking account num"If you receive a phone call or email from said. "They're not going to call or email. ber, Sibley said. Do not carry your check card codes
anyone saying that your checking account They're going to send you a letter. Don't be "What they do, is they set up an exact or passwords or bank account or credit card or PayPal, or fooled*" time throughout the whole United States
anything that you do has been compro- A caller attempted the IRS scam on and they compromise your number," she Do not choose obvious passwords,
mnised, and you need to respond, do not." Steve Dierking of Lutz, who was at the said. "At that moment, they use the cards, such as a birthdate, phone number,
Instead, contact the company that sent AARP meeting. the plastic into the machine. You could consecutive numbers or the like
the communication to make sure it is legiti- I had the IRS call me a month ago and have five, six transactions at the same time. -Ifyurcieaspcosemldnt mate, she said, they said they had audited me over the last When buying gas, be sure to click the Ifyureceive ao piciumid o
"If it is from the bank, they'll address seven years. I owed $ 3,400," Dierking said, clear button after your transaction, Sibleyrepntoi
you by name, not just your email account, I had one hour to give it to them.And, if I added. Avoid conducting personal or financial
or say,'Dear Member; or anything like that," didn't, they were sending the sheriff out to Robert Brown took that advice a step business on shared or public computers Henry saidIf you receive a phone call and pick me up. farther vrwrleshtpt
it says,'To verify your account, press 1.' Do "So, I said,'I have to get back to you, be- "Any tine I use my debit or credit cardorvewilsshtps not do it. cause I don't have that cash.' I called the when I get gas, I go inside and swipe it," Protect your mail
Another common scam involves mes- sheriff," Dierking told the crowd, said Brown, a independent associate of
sages that say someone won a lottery There are persistent scammers, who use LegalShield. I always go inside. Do not give out personal information to
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you've won a lottery, you've won a prize "The best thing you can do is get on the welcomes new members.Annual dues are -Check out a charity before donating if you have to pay taxes up front, or a quail- phone with the authorities," Henry said. $10 per person.Anyone interested in learn- bygigt hrt~to g fication fee, or a document fee it's a "Put an answering machine on your phone ing more can email Phyllis E. Bross, chapter bygit Charity at .or or scam. Don't fall for it," Henry said, or block your phone calls. If all else fails, president, at pebross@verizon.net, or leave Caiyaiao~r
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PACA MEETING a survivor or caregiver, call Lilly Fontanez at
The Pasco Alliance of Community -(813) 770-4354. For information, visit
Associations will meet May 8 at 7 p.m., at the RelayForLife.org/lutzfl.
Land O' Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land
O' Lakes Blvd. Guest speaker is Pasco County SEUSSICAL AUDITIONS
elections supervisor Brian Corley. For Celebrate mom pajama party New Tampa Players is hosting auditions for
information, call Ron Litts at (813) 475456 1. "Seussical:The Musical" May 17 from 4 p.m.
Join a Girls Night Out Mother's Day Celebration Pajama Party May 9 from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 to 6:30 p.m., May 18 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., SOUNDS OF SPRING AT OLOR p m., at Copperstone Executive Suites, 3632 Land O Lakes Blvd., in Land 0' Lakes. There will be and May 19 from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at
The Christ Renew His Parish group at Our free dinner, cake, champagne, coffee, massages, music, and gift card giveaways. Participants CrossPointe Church of the Nazarene, 919 Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church, 2348 can don their pajamas for a contest. To RSVPcall Lisa Rogers at (813) 458-9672, or email Dubuel Road in Lutz. Performances are in Collier Parkway in Land O' Lakes,will nurseprima@hotmail.com. August. For information and character
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Admission is a canned food item for the and Mentors for Christ" May 10 from 10 a m. to 2 p.m. There will be guest speakers and a comchurch's pantry. For information, call (813) plimentary lunch. For reservations or directions, call Patty Fitzpatrick at (813) 528-8565. PASCO FIASCO RALLY 949-4565. MPasco Fiasco, the activist group that
MOSI's Mother's Day opposes the proposed elevated toll road
LUTZ GUV'NA DEBATE The Museum of Science & Industry will grant mothers free general admission, with the pur- along the State Road 54/56 corridor, is
Candidates for the next honorary Lutz chase of a child's admission, May 10 and May 11. The promotion is limited to one offer per staging a rally May 19 beginning at 7 p.m. at
Guv'na will tell their tall tales at a debate household. Other restrictions may apply. For information, call (813) 987-6000, or visit MOSI.org. Sunlake High School, 3023 Sunlake Blvd.,in May 10 at 2 p.m. at the Old Lutz School, Land O' Lakes. For information, visit
18819 N. U.S. 41.This year's candidates are Puppets for Christ PascoFiasco.com.
Susan Gulash from Gulash Graphics,Jerome The youth ministry Puppets for Christ will perform a Mother's Day show "Wildfire" May 11 at 6:30 Smalls from Soccer Gemz, Cindy Perkins p.m., at Van Dyke United Methodist, 17030 Lakeshore Road in Lutz. This is a musical black light FREE SCRAPBOOK DAY from Back in Health, Liane Caruso from performance. Admission is free, however donations will be accepted. Dessert will follow the Myrtle Lake Baptist Church, 2017 Reigler Limelight Marketing Consultants, and Jay show For information, call (813) 968-3983. Road in Land O' Lakes, will be the site for a
Muffly, whose candidacy is being sponsored free scrapbook day May 24 from 9 a.m. to 6
by the Lutz-Land O' LakesWoman's Club. p.m. Participants are asked to bring their
The annual race raises money for local SENIOR RESOURCE FAIR butterflies, cake, and flowers to beautify the own supplies,lunch and snacks. Space is
organizations and charitable causes. IN ZEPHYRHILLS garden in honor of loved ones. For limited. For information, call Jo Anne Shaffer
U. S Rep Gus Bilirakis, R-Palm Harbor will information, email at (813) 996-1185, or Penny Benitez at
USPS FOOD DRIVE host a free senior resource fair May 12 from nina.irvine@hotmail.com. (813) 323-1867.
The U.S. Postal Service will have its annual 10 a.m. to noon at the Alice Hall Community Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive May 10To Center, 38116 FifthAve., in Zephyrhfills. PINNING CEREMONY MEMORIAL DAY PARADE
donate, place a box or can of nonperishable Senior citizens will be able to pick up FOR VETERANS Knights of Columbus Assembly 2741 and
food next to the mailbox before mail arrives information on a number of issues including Gulfside Hospice will host a community Council 8104 will present their inaugural May 10. Carriers will collect food donations, health and wellness, nutrition, home health veterans pinning ceremony in honor of Memorial Day parade May 26 starting at 8 and deliver them to local community food services, and identity protection tips. Armed Forces Day and as part of the We a.m.The route will start at Dupree Lakes banks,pantries and shelters. HonorVeterans program May 17 at 9:30 a.m., Boulevard off Collier Parkway, and end at
NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY at Harley-Davidson of New Port Richey, 5817 the Baldomero Lopez Memorial Veterans
LAWN INSECT SEMINAR PROGRAM State Road 54.Veterans will be presented Nursing Home on Parkway Boulevard,in
Pasco Cooperative Extension Service will The Nature Coast Chapter of the Florida with a flag pin and certificate of recognition. Land O' Lakes. For information on offer a free seminar on getting rid of lawn Native Plant Society will host "A Journey This is a free event. For information, call Kelly participation, call Bob Barbero at (813) 995insects May 10 at 9 a.m., at the Land O' Lakes from 'MyWildflower Garden' and Back into Milner at (800) 561-4883. 2736, or EdAguila at (813) 995-0973.
Community Center, 5401 Land O' Lakes theWoods" by Jeanne Parks May 13 at 7
Blvd. Participants can discover how to p.m., at the Land O' Lakes Community MASS OF HEALING GOODWILL AND DINOSAURS
identify and control what's bugging their Center, 5401 Land O' Lakes Blvd.There will St. James the Apostle Church Chapel, 8400 Donors who drop off clothing or household lawn. For information, call (813) 996-2411. be light refreshments and a native plant Monarch Drive in Port Richey, will host a items at any Goodwill Industries-Suncoast drawing. For information, call (727) 376- Morning of Hope and Healing & Mass of donation site before May 31 will receive a WINE FESTIVAL 7663. Remembrance May 17 at 10 a.m., for those coupon good for two free children's tickets
Florida Estates Winery, 25241 State Road 52 who have suffered a pregnancy loss due to to Dinosaur World, 5145 HarveyTew Road
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May 10 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.The event is The Gulfview Chapter of the Embroiders' vitro loss or abortion. Participants will while supplies last. Coupons can be pet-friendly and will include vendors, live Guild ofAmerica will host a potluck receive a flower to represent each loss. redeemed through July 31. For a list of entertainment and sample wine offerings, luncheon May 14 at The Lakeside Club, To register, call (813) 924-4173 or (727) donation sites, visit Goodwill-Suncoast.org. For information, call (813) 996-2 113. 12606 Shadow Ridge Road in Hudson. 534-5729.
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The Florida Orchestra will present its "Pops call Betty Brandt at (727) 856-3643. Steinbrenner High School, 5575 W Lutz Patrol, located at the NorthTampaAero Park in the Park" picnic under the stars at Curtis Lake Fern Road in Lutz, will host the just off State Road 54, meets every
Hixon Park, 600 N.Ashley Drive inTampa, GARDEN FEST AT CONNERTON American Cancer Society's Relay For Life Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.,next to the airport
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canned goods for Tampa Bay Harvest's food Care, 21021 Betel Palm Lane in Land 0' ceremonies on the first day at 2 p.m. to old, and senior members are 18 and older. drive.Admission to the concert is free. For Lakes, will host its Garden Fest May 15 at 2 form a team or to volunteer, email For information and a schedule of activities, information, visit FloridaOrchestra.org. p.m.There will be a release of 30 melody.bancroft@cancer.org. To register as visit WesleyChapelCAPcom.








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SEND POLITICAL NEWS TO MHINMAN@LAKERLUTZNEWS.COM print, mail pre-session survey" Danish, D-Tampa is starting to gain some lot of room to mount a financial defense of He spent another $2,300 on a telephone ground. his seat. But he will have only until the
THE GROVE AVAILABLE town hail, according to state election Harrison raised $5,950 in March, down August primary to do it, since both he and
FOR EARLY VOTING records, and $3,125 with Capitol Consulting slightly from his $6,500 average, according Wells are Republicans.
Pasco County has added a new early vot- out of Odessa. to state election records. Dani sh, however,
ing location for the upcoming Aug. 26 Janet Cruz, D-Tampa, kept pace with her pulled in $5,750 of his own, topping his BURGESS DOMINATES HOUSE
primary and the regular Nov 4 general elec- fundraising despite drawing an opponent, $4,700 average. FUNDRAISING
tion, finding room at The Grove at Wesley raising $6,750 in March. She now has accu- Yet, Harrison still leads the fundraising Former Zephyrhills mayor Danny Chapel. mulated $76,300, with $43,000 of it in the battle with just under $78,000 compared to Burgess is showing he can raise money for
The location, on the west side of bank. Danish's $66,750. But when it comes to bigger campaigns as he continues to pound
Interstate 75 and north of State Road 54, who has the most money available right his opponents when it comes to fundraiswill join other locations that include the POLL WORKERS NEEDED FOR now, that would be Danish with $52,000 in ing.
Land 0' Lakes Library, New River Library AUGUST, NOVEMBER ELECTIONS the bank, compared to Harrison's $37,500. Burgess, a Republican who wants to reand East Pasco Government Center mn Dade Energetic? Service-oriented? Then the place House Speaker Will Weatherford,
city. Pasco County supervisor of elections may MOBILE HOURS FOR ROSS R-Wesley Chapel, in Tallahassee, raised
"The need for an additional location re- be looking for you. U.S. Rep. Dennis Ross, R-Lakeland, will $5,600 in March to bring his total to nearly
flects the growth and economic upswing of Poll workers are needed for both the pri- host mobile office hours May 13 from 2:30 $40,750. His primary challenger, Minnie that area in recent years;' said Pasco elec- mary election Aug. 26 and the general p.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Lutz Library, 101 W Diaz, pulled in $365 in donations during the tions supervisor Brian Corley, in a release, election Nov. 4. Positions are paid, but po- Lutz Lake Fern Road in Lutz. same time, bringing her campaign a total of "We are grateful to Genesis Real Estate for tential candidates will need to be able to Other dates in Lutz include June 10, July $2,860, and only a few hundred dollars in providing this location to serve Wesley stand, bend, stoop, lift approximately 30 8,Aug. 12, Sept. 9, Oct. 14 and Dec. 9. the bank. Chapel voters at no cost to the taxpayers of pounds, and have normal vision and manual For more information, call (863) 644- Burgess received checks from the likes Pasco County:' and physical dexterity. 8215, or (813) 752-4790. of Oakley Transport executive vice presiExpansion of early voting sites was made Applicants also need to write and read dent Ronald Oakley and Wesley Chapel
possible by the passing of H.B. 7013 last English, have an email address, and be able WILSON TAKING WELLS Dentistry on State Road 54. However, most
year, Corley said. to work the entire day from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. CHALLENGE SERIOUSLY of the money Burgess raised in March
All positions receive mandatory paid Pasco County Commissioner Henry some $3,000 worth came from
RAULERSON, CRUZ HAVE OPPOSITE- training the month preceding both the pri- Wilson is taking advantage of the fact that political action committees, supported by
FEELING CAMPAIGN MONTHS mary and general elections, he announced his re-election plans early, es- companies and organizations like AT&T and
State Rep. Dan Raulerson, R-Plant City, For information, call (800) 851-8754, or pecially now that his challenger is a United States Sugar Corp.
didn't raise any money for his unopposed visit PascoVotes.com. candidate with strong name recognition in Beverly Ledbetter, the only Democrat in
re-election campaign in March, but he did Mike Wells Jr. the race so far, raised $ 1,850 in March, bringspend a lot of it. DANISH GAINS FUNDRAISING Wilson raised $1,9 10 in March, bringing ing her total to just under $6,000. Barring
Raulerson paid out more than $12,500 mn GROUND ON HARRISON his total campaign war chest to a little over anyone else entering the race, she'll face the
March well above his monthly average of Former state Rep. Shawn Harrison is $ 19,000.Wells, who announced his candi- winner of the August primary between $900 with more than half of it going to doing what he can to regain a seat in date earlier this month, would not have any Burgess and Diaz in November.






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supporters of this movement believe
The first step in many to call the nation's Congress wouldn't do then the fallback
first Constitutional convention in nearly 230 position is to have states call for the convenyears is on its way to Washington D.C., after tion directly.
a proposal from state Sen.Wilton Simpson The passage of the memorial was great
earned approval from both the Florida news for W Spider Webb Jr., a former
House and Florida Senate. Tallahassee lobbyist who founded the acS.M. 368 calls for a convention that tivist group Single SubjectAmendment.
would amend the U.S. Constitution, demand- "Both parties are guilty about the use of
ing the U.S. Congress only consider and pass riders'Webb said in January. "We are not trybills with a single subject. The goal is to ing to give Congress a black eye. We are
eliminate the many unrelated riders that get trying to improve the way Americans view
attached to bills, amendments that may not Congress."
have been passed otherwise on their own. Webb now plans to take the newly ap"This is about having the federal govern- proved memorial to the national stage as he
ment start conducting themselves in a tries to convince other states to do the same
professional manner," Simpson, R-Trilby, told thing.
The Laker/Lutz News back in January "Most "If Florida passes this, then other states
of the frustration we have with our govern- will take a more serious look at this,"
ment is that you have something like a Simpson said earlier this year. "Doing a
spending bill in Congress.They always add Constitutional amendment is such a large
on several hundred millions of dollars of task, I think it will pick up momentum as
something that has nothing to do with the COURTESY OF SINGLE SUBJECT AMENDMENT more states pass it."
subject they are dealing with.And as a citi- State Sen. Wilton Simpson, right, is pushing for a convention to propose amendments to the Many state governments already prevent zen of the state of Florida, I am tired of our U.S. Constitution, and did his part to get Florida on board the nationwide push. He's joined riders on bills, either by requiring bills to be federal government being operated this in his efforts by former Tallahassee lobbyistW. Spider Webb Jr., center, and Florida Senate single-subject, or giving governors the way." president Don Gaetz. power to veto specific portions of a bill, and
What made it through the Legislature is approving the rest.
not necessarily a bill, but instead a "memori- should start making travel plans.At least 33 that is typically not used. In fact, the last President Bill Clinton tried to accomplish al." It demonstrates Florida's support of a other states will have to pass similar or iden- time a convention was called this way, it was this at the federal level with a line-item veto specific measure, in this case calling for a tical memorials before such a convention 1787, and that was to write the U.S. act introduced by Republican U.S. Sen. Bob Constitutional convention, and does not re- could be scheduled. Constitution itself in Philadelphia. Dole in 1996. However, the U.S. Supreme
quire the signature of Gov. Rick Scott. A convention is just one way to propose Congress can propose Constitutional Court declared that law unconstitutional in
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Her performance requires a consider- able to keep it consistently. In fact, Ryan said The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report HART also partners with local cycling able amount of enthusiastic dancing, so ft's it takes time to lose it when each perform- groups to support the bicycle-transit inteimportant that she has the right mindset ance is finished, so he'll still be talking like In recognition of National Bike Month in gration. In addition, the HART lost and going on stage each night. Since she does- his character is the car or at home that May, Hillsborough Area Regional Transit is found program donates unclaimed bikes to n't play a specific character, Victoria night. highlighting its bike rack program on buses the local charity, God's Pedal Power, so they
created one in her mind so she would Kara Goldberg, the play's stage manager, throughout its service area, can be refurbished and provided to chilhave a role to play while dancing. The said the Santellos' hard work is paying off. And for those who might be riding fold- dren and people in need within the character has a flirty, bubbly personality, While Victoria might not have a lead acting ing bikes, these can actually be brought into community. and she uses that identity to get the most role, Goldberg said that a featured dancer re- a HART bus or HARTFlex van as long as Over the past 12 years, HART has conout of her dancing and help convey the quires at least as much rehearsal time and they are in a carrying bag, officials said. tributed approximately 2,000 bicycles. story effort as any other part.The way the play is Users of bicycles with larger wheels, howev- There are dozens of free bike racks
For his part, 17-year-old Ryan had to chal- set up, dancing is integral to the play's er should continue using the bicycle rack, throughout the HART transit system as well, lenge himself to take on the lead role. He progress. Each HART bus and HARTFlex van ac- many located in bus shelters as well as some
watched Hugh Jackman's take on Curly "She and all the other lead dancers, they commodates two single-seat, two-wheel Park-n-Ride facilities. HART officials say they
from the 1999 film around 30 times, revisit- help to tell story;' Goldberg said. "They do a bicycles, work to promote the growth in cycling
ing certain scenes over and over.That was in great job of that. I'm up in the lighting Within the past two years, HART riders around Tampa, and seek proactive, long-term addition to the hours of rehearsals each booth, and I see her always on' when she's have boarded buses and vans with bikes solutions to accommodate a growing marweek in the months leading up to opening on stage. She's always in character, and that's more than 440,000 times.With cycling sea- ket of transit users who travel by bike. night. really something that we need in this show son coming into full swing, between the Meanwhile, HART strives to ensure safe
Both Santellos attend Steinbrenner High. in particular' beginning of May and the end of October, biking by educating the public with tips
Victoria said she appreciates being able And while this was the first play where HART buses will average 20,000 bike board- about how to protect themselves while cyto perform with her brother and watch him she's worked with Ryan, Goldberg has taken ings per month, cling, and also securely store their bikes.
grow as an actor. She admits she was unsure note of his ability and work ethic. By combining two modes of carbon-re- For a complete list of bicycle activities how Ryan would fare in his first leading "I can tell that he's doing his home- ducing transportation, it is possible to throughout the Tampa Bay area, visit role, but was happy to see him grow into work;' she said. "When you're an actor you reduce the impact on the shared environ- TampaBayCyclecom. For information on the part successfully have to do your homework, you have to ment while also greatly increasing one's the HART Bikes on Buses program, visit
"When we were in rehearsal, I would al- look up words you don't know in the range of travel, according to a release. GoHARTorg. ways be nervous for him,"Victoria said. "He's script and you have to study your lines realdoing really well. He's come a long way ly well: *________________________"__________from the first rehearsal:' With just a little encouragement, he was
Ryan also is impressed with his sister's soon rehearsing off-book, meaning he didn't GO LF from page 1 Control won a judgment against the golf
performance. Since dancing takes so much have to refer to a script to practice. Course last January for more than $9,000. work and energy, he didn't want her getting Goldberg, who has been involved in the- MJS Golf did have some good news last
hurt or struggling with the dances. But ater for about 15 years, said at first she siasts or not, is the strength in property week, howeverA proposed $13,000 penalty those concerns were put to rest once he wasn't sure how the play would turn out value, issued against it by the Southwest Florida
saw her on stage. since it had so many young performers. But "So when the golf course is impacted Water Management District last September
"She's doing awesome. Before the show, I once she saw the dress rehearsal, she knew negatively, it has a detrimental effect on all was reduced to $2,000. The agency, more didn't know she could dance like that;' he everyone was ready, and has been im- of us' commonly known as Swiftmud, had origisaid, pressed as both a stage manager and a fan of The golf course is not maintained by the nally claimed the company overpumped
For Ryan, the hardest part wasn't the the theater. HOA, but instead by a private group, MJS water in 2012. However, officials later detersinging or learning all the necessary lines. It And the Santellos have been a big part of Golf Club LLC, which has struggled to keep mined that there was a leak in the reclaimed was the way he had to say them, that. They're doing great;' she said. I just the 156-acre course open. Golf swings water system, and MJS simply failed to notify
"It's the accent. It's easy to get, but it's think that they really enjoy performing?" stopped for a week last August in what one Swiftmud it had to switch to the potable hard to keep for a two-and-a-half hour For information, call (813) 229-7827 or of the owners,Jason Ray, described at the water system. show," he said. visit StrazCenter.org. time as a perfect storm of bad luck. Ray, Osceola and McDonald purchased
"It was just a culmination of a lot of the golf course at 23253 Plantation Palms things that led up to the closing, but mostly Blvd., in May 2011 through a $ 2.18 million the economy;' Ray said at the time. "It's been mortgage from Native American Bank of too hot, and it's been raining, and the culmii- Denver. The three have Native American M a y isnation of all that just resulted in not a lot of roots, according to a 2012 story published
M a y ispeople playing golf Summertime is always in Indian Country Today The trio was one of
tough for all the golf courses:' the first non-tribal groups to get a guaranS e t e r e a r n happened this time, no one is sharing. Ray, serves Native Americans.

M o n th who is part of MJS Golf Club with Mitch The 875-home community's HOA is not
Osceola and Steve McDonald, did not return only keeping outsiders away, but also is calls on Monday before The Laker/Lutz working to make sure its residents know News went to press. they can't use the golf course.
One thing is for certain: Bills were rack- "It is important that we continue to reing up for the golf course. Several liens spect the golf course as a private property' against Plantation Palms have been filed in the board said in a statement. "None of us recent months, according to county records, have the right to free golf or to use the including a $2,915 claim from Omega Field course as an additional to our backyards.We Enterprises for trimming 83 pahn trees. encourage all homeowners to pul together Pasco County filed two liens of its own during this time, and do whatever we can to Last month totaling $5,300 for solid waste promote and protect the integrity of the
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When residents consider the future of Pasco County's parks and recreation's programs and facilities, they have plenty of suggestions for the county to consider.
Some want to see more opportunities such as pathways to enjoy the beauty of natural areas owned by the Southwest Florida Water Management District.
Others want to create a "blue way;' providing water access to coastal areas.
Some think more should be done to encourage gatherings on large green spaces, to*'N ''4
foster a greater sense of community.And, some want to do a better job of marketing the county's gems, such as the rolling hills of Dade City. Having a picnic is a popular way to spend
These were just a few thoughts that time at a Pasco County park.
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County become a premier county where Pasco County has a broad array of parks and recreational facilities, including nature trails. people want to live, work and locate their The county is in the midst of creating a new master plan. MlU11 llil
The county hired AECOM, a professional "We need to understand what's happen- looking at current and desired levels of servconsulting firm, for $ 125,000 to develop a ing today," he said."What are the priorities in ice. The work also will include a random 10-year comprehensive parks and recreation 2014?" survey to solicit public sentiment.
sidered in a broad sense, Barth told the whether plans made before are still rele- the public session is the shortage of athletic Childsrent okigfo plactoun epy t catin crowd of about two dozen. vant, and whether there are emerging forms fields for youth sports, a complaint that has anasortmnto paru nd rceqipn ats
"It's important to understand lifestyle of recreation that the county may want to been raised repeatedly in recent years. AsPacConyprsnderatnfcite. and demographics;' Barth said. For instance, consider the county puts together a plan, it must conpark planning in urban areas is different The May 1 workshop was one of three sider the costs of implementation and ue for several months.As the work goes on than it is in suburban or rural places. Since public sessions, but is just a small part of the various funding options for carrying out the and the vision for the plan solidifies, debates Pasco is a mix, different considerations must planning effort.A steering committee made plan, county parks and recreation director are likely to intensify over program and fadibe made for different areas. up of various stakeholders also weighed in Rick Buckman said. ity priorities and how to pay for the plan.
The planning also must consider existing and there will be a random survey conduct- Essentially, there are two payment plans. The Pasco County Commission will have facilities and programs not only those ed to collect more information. One involves using existing revenues to "pay final say over the long-range plan and deciwhich belong to the county, but also those Gathering input from people is just one as you go: The other involves coming up sions regarding how to pay for it, including which are part of the public realm, includ- part of the process.The work also involves with additional revenues, which could in- using existing revenues or seeking additioning schools, museums and libraries, Barth evaluating current conditions, using demo- dlude additional taxes, Barth said. al support through new taxes, more said. graphic information, considering trends, and Planning efforts are expected to contin- public-private partnerships or other means.






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Two games, two wins, no hits for Saint Leo junior


By Michael Murillo and in college it's all the dominant players
mmuriffo@fakerfutznews. corn As a competitor, Ehlers said earning th e
victory was more important than preserving
Saint Leo University softball coach John the no-hitter. Competing in the tough
Conway was so focused on the score of a re- Sunshine State Conference means every
cent contest, he wasn't paying full attention game matters, and conference games are
to the game's stats. even more important. So taking two from
It was only after the Lions had secured a fellow SSC member Florida Southern was
tight 1-0 victory over Florida Southern particularly satisfying.
College that he found out something inter- Her strong junior year campaign is also a
esting: His pitcher, Ashley Ehlers, hadn't source of pride for Ehlers because she
given up many hits, comes from a family of softball players. Her
In fact, she didn't give up any younger sister, Aubrey, is a pitcher for
"I didn't know it was a no-hitter until the Dunedin High School, and was excited to
game was over," Conway said, "My pitching hear about the no-hitter.
coach had to tell me it was a no-hitter." "She thought it was so awesome," Ehlers
Ehlers struck out two and walked three said. "My little sister looks up to me so
to give Saint Leo the first game of a double- much. Everything that I do in my success, I
header against the Moccasins on April 19. It want her to see that and know that she can
also boosted her record to 11-5 on the year. do that as well."
Conway may not have realized what was Her older sisterAmber, was also a pitcher
happening at the time, but he's not sur- when she attended Hillsborough
prised Ehlers, a junior, came through for the Community College, and was proud to hear
Lions when the team needed strong pitch- about her little sister's accomplishment.
ing. Ehlers said the confidence she gained
"She's one of these pitchers who works from the no-hitter would likely carry over
very hard," he said." She has gotten better COURTESY OF MIKE CARLSON into future games, and it did: She earned anevery year that she's been here." Saint Leo University junior Ashley Ehlers threw a no-hitter in game one of a doubleheader other victory against Barry University the
The game's score probably added some against Florida Southern College last month. In the second game, she came on in relief to following weekend.
pressure for Ehlers because it was a close record another victory. Her own no-hitter aside, Ehlers also was
contest with little room for error, Conway impressed with Tabel's pitching in the secsaid. One mistake might not only have cost no-hit ball, pitching 8-1/3 innings before the Ehlers the winning pitcher of record in both ond game, which would have marked her the no-hitter, but cost Saint Leo the Moccasins finally registered a couple of hits, games. another no-hitter if the Lions had scored in
game as well.That she preserved the no-hit- With the game still a scoreless tie in the Ehlers had pitched no-hitters in high regulation. ter and the win makes the accomplishment 10th inning, Saint Leo went back to Ehlers school, but recording one at the college "She threw an awesome game," Ehlers even more impressive, for some extra work and she responded level was special for her said.
But there were more impressive accom- with another inning without giving up any "I feel like this one means a lot more," And Conway agrees.
plishments for the Lions and Ehlers that day hits. That proved to be enough, as the Lions she said. "In high school there are only a "I just think both my pitchers were In the second game, pitcher Alana Tabel broke through in the bottom of the 10th in- couple of girls on every high school team throwing a good game that day," he said. went above and beyond a game's worth of ning to claim a second 1-0 victory, and make who are going to college (and play softball), "They both were on."


ISenior Sports looking for participants cludes a T-shirt and an opportunity to cheer ages and skill levels.
Senior Sports is looking for interested with the varsity team at a game. For information, call Jeanette Marcus at
tennis and volleyball players who live in For information, email coach Pennye (813) 417-0061, or e-mail
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The Saint Leo baseball team will host a tourney May 16
Rotary club looking for bowlers one-day camp May 10 for high school stu- The Central Pasco Chamber of
New date for Zephyrhills Scramble The Dade City Rotary Club needs two dents. Campers will receive one-on-one Commerce will have its 28thAnnual Golf
The ninth annual Zephyrhills Scramble more bowlers for its "Chamber Champs" instruction and evaluation in areas such as Tournament May 16 at the Heritage Harbor has been moved to May 16 at 1 p.m. team. hitting, fielding and base running. Golf Course, 19502 Heritage Harbor
It will still be at the Silverado Golf & The team will participate in the 2014 The cost is $100 per camper, and in- Parkway in Lutz.The shotgun start is 1 pm. Country Club, 36841 Clubhouse Drive in Rotary Bowl May 22 at Pin Chasers, 6816 cludes lunch. The cost is $70 for individuals, or $260
Zephyrhills. Gall Blvd., in Zephyrhills. For information, call Lee Parks at (3 52) for a foursome. It includes greens fees, cart,
The event benefits programs such as Z- The event begins at 6 p.m., and includes 588-8841, or e-mail lee.parks@saintleo.edu. range balls and a barbecue awards dinner. Kids and Student Citizen of the Month.The a silent auction, pizza and cash prizes. Sponsorships are still available.
cost is $ 100 per golfer, or $500 for a corpo- Cost is $40 per bowler. Senior Sbo Pitch registration For information, call (813) 909-2722, or erate team. For information, call (352) 567-3769, or The Sbo Pitch Softball League, geared to- mail office@centralpascochamnber.com.
Player registration runs through May 15. email John Moors at juber@dadecitycham- ward players older than 60, hosts registration
For information, call (813) 782-1913, or ber.org. every Friday beginning at 8:30 a.m., at the Steinbrenner basketball camps
visit ZephyrhillsChamber.org. Land 0' Lakes Recreation Complex, 3932 this summer
Soccer camp highlights Collier Parkway in Land 0' Lakes. Steinbrenner High School, 5575 Lutz Lake
5K Foam Fest Spanish style Teams will be balanced, and play Friday Fern Road, will host two basketball camps
The Little Everglades Ranch, 17951 Ejje SoccerAcademy is accepting regis- mornings, this summer for boys and girls entering first
Hamilton Road in Dade City, will be the site trations for its Tiki-Taka Day Camps this For information, call Walt Bockmiller at through eighth grade.The first will be June of the 5K Foam Fest on May 10 from 7 am, summer at 3032 Coller Parkway in Land 0' (813) 527-8211. 16-19, and the second will be July 7- 10.
to 4 p.m. Lakes. Campers will receive instruction in funRegister online or on race day for $85. The camps are named for Spanish-style Steinbrenner golf tourney May 17 damentals such as dribbling, passing and Spectators are free. Parking is $ 10 per vehi- soccer that emphasizes short, crisp passing, The Steinbrenner High School football defense, and will participate in skill-related cle. and ball control. Coaches from Spain's soc- team will have its fifth annual golf tourna- games. Awards will be given to group and
No pets, coolers, outside food or bever- cer leagues will be on hand, and select ment May 17 at the Heritage Harbor Golf gender winners during the camp.
ages. attendees could be chosen to travel and Course, 19502 Heritage Harbor Parkway in The cost is $90 per camper, with disFor information, visit 5KFoamFest.com. showcase their talents in Spain. Lutz. counts given for multiple siblings. Same-day
The camps will be July 14-18 and July 2 1- The event, which benefits Warriors foot- registration is $ 100. Volleyball camps in June and July 25. ball, will include an auction with both live For information, call Steinbrenner coach
Gaither High School, 16200 N. Dale For information, c all (8 13) 3 5 5-667 1, or and silent bidding. J. R. Allen at (8 13) 7 92-5 13 1,or e-mail warMabry Highway, will host volleyball camps visit ProSoccerSpaincom. Registration begins in the clubhouse at riorbasketballcamp@gmail.com.
twice weekly this summer. noon with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.
The middle school camp runs from June Cheer clinic at Sunlake Sponsorships also are available. For inform- Drive 'Fore' Technology golf tourney
9 through July 16 on Mondays and The state champion Sunilake High School tion, visit TournEvents.com/20l4Warriors. Seven Oaks Elementary School will host
Wednesdays, and the high school camp will cheerleading team will host a Little Seahawk its Drive" Fore "Technology golf tournament
run from June 10 through July 17 on Cheer Clinic over four days in Julymhe event Doubles tennis players sought May 17 at Lexington Oaks Golf Club, 26133





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101's Poore closes out track career with trip to state

By Michael Murillo Jake Poore's track had consequences outside the sport. pectations to help motivate his teammates,
mmuriffo@fakerfutznews. corn hard work has "I was working so hard," he said.Even on and he would reference Schmiitz during his
paid off in his my easy days I was so tired and had to get my regular prayers before meets. Land 0' Lakes High School senior Jake senior season, sleep in, and made sure I did my schoolwork He credits the coach with helping him
Poore added several titles to his track and entering state whenever I had a chance. I lost some friends, improve his abilities and become a more
field resume this past season: Conference competition I guess, because I couldn't go hang out. successful athlete.
champion. District champion. Regional as a confer- But he said the results in competition He wasn't the best track runner earlier in
champion. State qualifier and sixth-place fin- ence, district made the sacrifice worth it. his track career, Poore admits. But his hard
isher for Class 3A for the two-mile run. f and regional Those results included a strong showing work and dedication paid off, and he'll leave
But a late-season injury almost prevented L IL champion. His in state competition.Although he finished Land 0' Lakes a conference, district and reit from happening. two-mile time sixth, that ranking is deceiving due to the gional champion. But that's not the end of his
"I hyper-extended my knee, and that was at state was caliber of competition in Class 3A. If Poore running career: He'll attend the University of
five days before the district meet. I couldn't good for sixth had been in one of the other divisions, he Tampa in the fall with an athletic scholareven walk after the race," Poore said." The COURTESY OF TEDD THOMAS place. would have been state champion. ship, a new challenge in collegiate-level track,
doctor was saying that I might not be able And while the 4-x-800 team finished and a desire to reach the Olympic Games in
to run, and I was telling her,'I'm going up to A day of gym workouts with cross-train- 15th, he was thrilled with his time of 1 2016, held in Rio de Janeiro. the starting line no matter what because if I ing and maybe a light run is what Poore minute, 57 seconds. Away from meets, he'll take a pre-med
don't, my season is over."' considers "easy"They only get more difficult Another motivator for his successful year course load with a goal of becoming an
His knee improved, and he went on to from there, with a warm-up, off-track runs, in- and for the entire team, which enjoyed anesthesiologist when he graduates. And win district and regional competitions and terval workouts with short rests, and another conference and district titles was the since college doesn't start until later this compete in his individual category as well run and cool-down making up a "hard" day memory of Bill Schmitz, a track coach at year, he's looking forward to a long break as the 4-x-800 relay The idea was to make practice so chal- Land 0' Lakes High School, who died last from his regular regimen before his summer
That Poore was able to recover so quick- lenging that actual competition seemed year. Poore and his friends wore "We Run training long by his standards, anyway. ly is a testament to his work ethic and easier by comparison, he said. Only once For Schmitz "T-shirts during the year, and fol- "I have two weeks off, and then I start rigorous training regimen. This season he every couple of weeks did he allow himself lowed through on team goals the coach set working out for college," he said. "I'm going broke down his workouts into what he la- a day with absolutely nothing on his sched- before he died, to get right back in it. It's just another day at
bels "easy,""medium" and "hard" days. ule, and Poore admitted his dedication to As captain, Poore used the coach's ex- work for me."


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