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Ice welcomed at new sports complex


By Michael Hinman
mhinman@lakerlutznews.corn

By the end of next year, State Road 56
will be more crowded than ever.
A new Mercedes dealership.A long-await-
ed outlet mall and the different stores it will
bring. Yet another hotel, this time 120
rooms.
Not bad for a road that, just a little more
than a decade ago, didn't even exist.
Joining all that, however, is an ice and
sports complex so big, it might make exist-
ing facilities in Ellenton, Oldsmar and maybe
even Brandon a bit jealous.
Apartment developer Gordie
Zimmermann and his colleagues Z Mitch
LLC, closed on 13 acres of land last week on


Cypress Ridge Boulevard for $2.6 million,
where they plan to build a 155,500-square-
foot ice and sports complex complete with
four pads of ice, a restaurant, and room for
other sports in the community.
Zimmermann's development team is in-
vesting more than $20 million in the
project, all so that Zimmermann's hockey
team and other teams like it won't
have to travel so far anymore to find a sheet
of ice in Florida.
"I was operating down in the Brandon fa-
cility, and I noticed that the adult hockey
program had taken over,";' Zimmermann said
of Ice Sports Forum, a two-pad complex he
also owns. "The kids had limited ice time
See ICE, page 16


MICHAEL MURILLO/STAFF PHOTO
Lutz Guv'na candidate Jerome Smalls started Soccer Gemz with his wife, Marchele, to provide a
sports curriculum that could be enjoyed by children like his daughter Ivoryele, 5. They have pro-
grams for children as young as 18 months, so daughter Anora, 10 months, isn't far behind.

Smalls makes big contributions

to Lutz beyond Guv'na campaign


By Michael Murillo
mmurillo@lakerlutznews.com


This is the first in a series of stories
profiling the candidates for Lutz Guv'na.


What makes Jerome Smalls want to be
the next Lutz Guv'na?
Part of it is encouragement from the cur- When they met a couple of years ago in
rent one. Lutz, they realized they both attended
"We went to the same high school in Roxborough High School in Philadelphia, al-
Philadelphia," said Smalls of himself and the
current Guv'na, Suzin Carr. See SMALLS, page 16


MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTOS
Gordie Zimmermann, from left, is joined by
Pasco County Commissioner Jack Mariano
and retired Tampa Bay Lightning star Dave
Andreychuk last week in a presentation unveil-
ing a new four-pad ice sports complex just off
State Road 56 in Wesley Chapel. The new
arena is expected to open by late next year.


PUBLISHER'S NOTE

Land 0' Lakes

graduate names

reprinted this week

The names of Land 0' Lakes High
School's Class of 2014 are reprinted in this
week's Laker, along with advertisements
from businesses who support this annual
graduation section.
Unfortunately, last week's Laker pub-
lished the names of 2013 graduates from
the high school.This occurred because an
incorrect file was sent to The Laker, and the
mistake was not discovered until after the
wrong list was published.
Thankfully, names and photos of Land 0'
Lakes valedictorians and salutatorians were
correct, and are published again today next
to the names of their fellow graduates.
We are reprinting this correct list of grad-
uates in both The Laker and Lutz News
because many Lutz readers are friends with
Land 0' Lakes students and their families.
Land 0' Lakes seniors received a four-
page reprint of this special section in time
for their graduation ceremonies last
Thursday at the University of South Florida
Sun Dome.This reprint was included in the
envelope with their diploma, and also dis-
tributed with the commencement
program.
I want to thank Ric Mellin, principal at
Land 0' Lakes High, for his prompt assis-
tance in getting the word out to students
and their families that the correct list would
be republished in this week's paper.


Morningstar Fishermen seed library promotes good health


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com

It's a wooden cabinet with several draw-
ers, the index cards inside reminiscent of
the kind used when libraries still had card
catalogs.
But this cabinet doesn't hold cards
telling visitors where to find books. Instead,
it holds cards separating packages of seeds.
These aren't just any seeds, however.
They're called heirloom seeds, and some of
them had their start back in the 1800s, said
Ara McLeod, who works at Morningstar
Fishermen, a business in Dade City that pro-
motes sustainable living.


Unlike most seeds that are planted in
today's fields and gardens, these heirloom
seeds have not been genetically altered.
Instead, they have been saved and passed
along for generations.
And now, through Morningstar
Fishermen's new seed library, they are avail-
able to seed library members for free.
There is a catch.Those joining the seed
library must agree to use only organic fertil-
izer on the vegetables and flowers they
grow with these seeds.And they are asked
to let some of their plants go to seed, so
they can help to restock the seed library.
McLeod, who oversees the seed library, is
thrilled that she's leading this new venture,


which aims to help people produce their
own food.
"Here at Morningstar, we are about teach-
ing people about sustainability," McLeod
said.
The company,located at 3336 Old St.Joe
Road, has been teaching people about
aquaponics for years.Aquaponics is essen-
tially the marriage between hydroponics
and aquaculture, allowing people to raise
fish, veggies and plants at the same time.
It decided to branch out to help people
become sustainable in other ways, too.
"We wanted to start a seed library here
See SEED, page 16


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Sandy Graves balances home of today, yesteryear


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mhinman@lakerlutznews.com

here's a lot someone can say
about Sandy Graves that people in
the area might not know already.
But that's what happens when you live in
the same house you grew up in, in an area
you watched grow from a population count-
ed in the hundreds to one now tracked by
the tens of thousands.
Sandy's community work is well known.
She helps with a puppet ministry with Van
Dyke Church of Lutz. She's very active politi-
cally with the Republican Party. And she is
putting in a lot of hours trying to redevelop
Heritage Park at the Land 0' Lakes Community
Center that would include an outdoor stage.
But one thing these same people may
not know about Sandy Graves is that she
spent 11 years as a flight attendant with
EasternAirlines.
"I was going toAuburn University, and I
had a sorority sister that had graduated the
year before," Sandy said. "When she came
back, she was a flight attendant. And it
sounded good to me. It was exciting, and I
wanted to travel."
Back then, Eastern Airlines dominated
the travel market between New York and
Florida, all during a time when luxury and
convenience were staples of the flight in-
dustry no matter how long the trip was.
"It was not as glamorous as some people
might think,";' Sandy said. "Especially when
you had an hour-long flight, and had to
throw out a meal to everyone, clean it up
and throw it all away before we landed."


COURTESY OF SANDY GRAVES
Sandy Graves, left, makes no secret about her political work. She's been heavily involved in
the Republican party over the years, including work on campaigns for Gov. Rick Scott, cen-
ter, and former state Sen. Mike Fasano.


Sandy left Eastern not long before the
company folded in 1991. But instead of re-
turning home to Land 0' Lakes, Sandy
instead stayed in Atlanta where she lived
during her time with Eastern, and became a
youth minister there.
By 1995, however, Sandy and husband
Steve decided it was time to move home,
and did eventually ending up in the same
1950s house she grew up in. But that took
some adjusting.
"It's strange at first, because this was my
bedroom, but now this is my bedroom,";' she
said. "But we remodeled it and put our
stamp on it. It has a different personality, be-
cause now it represents the grown-up me."
Family remains important to Sandy, espe-
cially when it comes to siblings. She spends
as much time as she can with her nieces
and nephews, many times taking them
camping at a place she and Steve maintain
in North Carolina.With the horseback riding
and canoeing, it reminds her an awful lot of
life in Land 0' Lakes before the boom.
"I used to ride horseback all where Lake


Padgett is now, and back where Pine View
Elementary is now, as well as lots where
Connerton and Avila are now, too;' Sandy said.
Harvey's Hardware on Land 0' Lakes
Boulevard was where Sandy and her family
would get soft drinks and even gas. Grocery
shopping was done at the beginning of
Ehren Cutoff where LOL Transport &
Moving Inc.,is now.
Anything else required a trip to Tampa,
and since Interstate 75 hadn't been built
yet, that meant a long trip down U.S. 41.
Pasco did have its own amenities, howev-
er, and Sandy has lots of memories when it
comes to Quail Hollow Golf Course.
"My dad would join a bunch of his
friends there to play golf, and he would
drop me, my brother and my sister off at the
pool,";' Sandy said."It was always so exciting,
because we could go inside, then, and run
tabs for things like hamburgers.We felt like
royalty doing that."
Land 0' Lakes is no longer the communi-
ty off a small two-lane road connecting
Tampa and Brooksville. It's a bustling com-


Getting to know
Sandy Graves
What song on the radio will make you
sing out loud?
"Happy"from Pharrell Williams. I think
everyone is listening to that song right
now But another one I actually love and
used to play a lot is "Radioactive" (by
Imagine Dragons) because sometimes I
feel like people aren't returning my calls
because I'm radioactive.

If you were elected President of the
United States, what is the first thing
you'd do?
I'd cut every single department in the
United States by about 5 percent. When
they did the sequester thing, they said
they had to close down the Grand
Canyon, but how do you close down the
Grand Canyon? Do you throw a sheet
over it?

If you could fly anywhere you've
never been?
Portugal and Spain. I would love to see the
Mediterranean.

If you could appoint someone locally
as President, who would it be?
Our county clerk, Paula 0' Neil. But I would
make me vice president.


munity of its own, which can't seem to stop
growing.
Sandy Graves, however, still has that small-
town attitude.And she works hard to ensure
the identity of Land 0' Lakes is never lost.
"Everybody knew each other growing
up, and I could name all my grade school
teachers," Sandy said."It's not like that any-
more, but now we have a chance to turn it
into something special."


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Liberty eighth-grader earns 'primer lugar' at Spanish spelling bee


By Michael Murillo
mmurillo@lakerlutznews.corn

An eighth-grader at Liberty Middle
School tied for first place in a recent
spelling bee.To get there, however, she had
to spell words like "piel" that's "skin" in
Spanish.
Catherine Weng shared top honors at the
Spanish spelling bee held May 15 at the
Roland Park magnet school. Roland Park
was one of 16 Hillsborough County schools
that participated in the event, which fea-
tured categories for beginners and
second-tier Spanish speakers in both native
and non-native divisions.
But this isn't the first time Weng has
found success in the spelling bee. She won
first place last year while taking introducto-
ry Spanish classes.
Weng competed in the Spanish I catego-
ry for non-native speakers this year, and
earned the tie when she and another stu-
dent exhausted all the words prepared for
the bee.
"It's really great getting to go back to
school and say,'Hey guys, I won first!'"Weng
said.
Weng's first language is English, but she
also speaks a little Mandarin at home. Being
familiar with another language helps her ac-
climate to learning a new one, she said.And
because Spanish words often are spelled the
way they sound,Weng found success easier
in the Spanish spelling bee.
But that doesn't mean it's a matter of just
sounding out words and collecting a trophy.
To spell Spanish words in the competition
correctly, Weng also had to mention a let-
ter's accent mark by declaring "con acento"
- or "with accent" after that particular
letter. Failing to designate the proper ac-
cents meant the spelling would be
considered incorrect.
And, like all languages, some words don't


COURTESY OF LIBERTY MIDDLE SCHOOL
From left are students Jack Richardson, Tania Sexauer and Catherine Weng, with their
teacher Katie Smith. The students vied with competitors from 16 schools at the May 15
Spanish spelling bee. Weng won in the Spanish I category for non-native speakers.


follow the expected protocol. For a non-na-
tive speaker, the challenge is knowing the
foreign words well enough to recognize
when to go with how the word sounds, and
when the spelling is somewhat different.


According to Katie Smith, one of the
Spanish teachers at Liberty Middle School,
the Spanish spelling bee benefits students
who are trying to grasp Spanish for the first
time.


"The spelling bee itself helps the kids re-
ally recognize some of the nuances of the
language," she said.
By understanding where the words have
accents, for example, they can improve their
pronunciation and speak the language prop-
erly.
But it also helps those students who are
native speakers, Smith said. Many children
who come from Spanish-speaking households
don't necessarily get to write it.They grow up
learning both Spanish words and English
spelling rules, which can be confusing.The
competition allows them to recognize the
spelling protocol for Spanish, and helps keep
the rules for both languages separate.
Weng joined fellow schoolmates Tania
Sexauer and Jack Richardson, who compet-
ed in the beginning Spanish category.And
while they didn't finish as high as Weng,
Smith said they should be very proud to
have advanced through Liberty's difficult in-
ternal competition to compete at the final
event.
"That's the thing I kept stressing to
them," she said."Even though you may not
have made it to the top five (in the spelling
bee at Roland Park), it's really OK, because
the fact that you were able to go and repre-
sent the school is a big accomplishment in
and of itself."
The beginning Spanish classes are partic-
ularly large, with Weng, who has only been
learning Spanish for a couple of years, plans
to continue studying the language when she
enters high school. But for now she's excit-
ed that her studying paid off with another
first-place finish, and the Spanish spelling
bee has helped her learn a new language.
I had done it last year so I knew it was
coming up again this year, so I really made
sure I knew how to spell the words correct-
ly when we were learning them,"Weng said.
I think it's a great experience. I think it real-
ly helps me focus on Spanish."


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UPCOMING RIBBON CUTTINGS
Treasure Hands byTisha will host an open
house and ribbon cutting at 15000 Citrus
Country Drive, Suite 342, in Dade City on
June 5 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
RN Cancer Guides will have an open
house and ribbon cutting at 26852 Tanic
Drive, Suite 101, in Wesley Chapel, June 6
from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Both events are hosted through the
Greater Dade City Chamber of Commerce.
To RSVP, call (813) 206-7373, or email
juber@dadecitychamber.org.

ARLINGTON AT NORTHWOOD
SOLD, RENAMED
A Chicago-based real estate company has
bought its second community in theTampa
Bay area, taking over the former Arlington at
Northwood, a 312-unit complex in Wesley
Chapel.
BES Northwood Fund IX LLC, a company
associated with Sherman Residential, final-
ized its sale of the high-end apartments May
15 for $36.1 million.That is nearly $10 mil-
lion more than what the community's
previous owner, Protea Northwood
Apartments, purchased the complex for in
2006 soon after it was built.
The new owners have brought in a new
name for the complex as well, calling it
Enclave atWiregrass, according to the compa-
ny's website.
Enclave is considered a ClassA apartment
complex, meaning that it was built in the last


20 years or so, and comes with a number of
luxury-style amenities.
Sherman, on its website, says it's looking
to buy apartment communities that have at
least 150 units, comprehensive amenity pack-
ages, and strong locations, among other
things.
Sherman already owns the Enclave at
Tranquility Lake in Riverview, as well as 13
other communities in Georgia, Illinois, North
Carolina,Tennessee and Texas, according to
its website.
BES Northwood purchased the property
through a $22.5 million loan. It's located at
1930 Devonwood Drive, just off State Road
56,not far fromThe Shops atWiregrass.
This is Pasco County's largest property
sale since August 2012 when Seneca at
Cypress Creek was sold for $62.3 million.
Units in that Lutz community sold for
$138,100 each, while units at the new
Enclave sold for $115,700 each.

NEW TEAM MEMBER AT
TAILORING COMPANY
Theresa Sparks has joined Sophisticated
Tailoring, 18470 U.S. 41 North in Lutz.
Sparks has a bachelor's degree in fashion
design and merchandising from Southern
Illinois University-Carbondale, graduating
summa cum laude.
For more information on the company,
visit SophisticatedTailoring.com, or call (813)
785-3177.

PHSC CAREER CAMPS
Pasco-Hernando State College is offering
two academic career-themed summer camps
designed for middle and early high school
students beginning inJune.
The camps will be at the school's New
Port Richey campus, 10230 Ridge Road, and
will run four half days from Monday through
Thursday.
Business and Technology Careers -
Participants can create a new business plan,
participate in a mock trial from the view-
point of a paralegal, and expand the virtual
world by creating a miniature version of the


Competition from
a new RaceTrac
location just next
door may have
sealed the fate of
a long-time serv-
ice station in
Pasco Lutz.
MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTO


Lutz 7-Eleven up for sale


The 7-Eleven store at 23434 State
Road 54 in Lutz is one of 75 stations
across the country 7-Eleven Inc., is put-
ting up for sale.
Robbie Radant, a vice president with
the company, said 7-Eleven is cutting
loose stores like the Lutz one not because
it's underperforming, but because it no
longer fits with its overall goals.
"There are many nice sites in this
package that simply do not fit 7-Eleven's
current business model," Radant said in a
release. "All of these stores have solid mer-
chandise sales, and should provide good
opportunities for the right buyers."
7-Eleven is looking to part ways with
31 stores in Florida, along with 14 in
Virginia, six in Massachusetts and Illinois,
three in Texas and two in New York,


Internet, among other activities.
Sessions run from June 23-26 from 1 p.m.
to 4:30 p.m., or July 14-17 from 9 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. Cost is $90.
Health Careers Participants can take
on simulations and other hands-on activities
related to the school's paramedic, nursing,
dental and radiography programs.They also
can become CPR-certified.
Sessions run from June 16-19 from 9 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m., or July 21-24 from 1 p.m. to
4:30 p.m. Cost is $100.
Each session is limited to the first 12 stu-
dents to register.


Delaware, New Jersey and Utah.The com-
pany is selling single stores in Arizona,
Connecticut, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan,
Pennsylvania and Vermont.
The Lutz site will not include the 7-
Eleven branding, but could include a fuel
contract with SEI Fuels Inc., a subsidiary
of 7-Eleven, the company said.
7-Eleven has brought in NRC Realty &
Capital Advisors of Chicago to conduct
the sale, which will accept sealed bids
from groups looking to buy single or mul-
tiple locations.The bid deadline is July 29.
The Lutz 7-Eleven opened in 1987
with a 3,100-square-foot store along State
Road 54 when it was still a two-lane road.
It includes a 10-year fuel contract.
For information on the sale, visit
NRC.com/1408, or call (800) 747-3342.


For information, visit PHSC.edu/summer-
camp, or call (727) 816-3256.

WOMEN-N-CHARGE SETS UP
JUNE MEETING
Women-n-Charge will meet June 27 at
11:30 a.m. at Pebble Creek Country Club,
10550 Regents Park Drive inTampa.
Cost is $15 for members up to the Tuesday
before the meeting, and $18 for everyone
else.
Register at Women-n-Charge.com. For in-
formation, call (813) 600-9848, or
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"In the past 12 years that I have been on the board of directors,
Gulfside Hospice has grown from seeing 40 patients a day to 380+
a day now. Gulfside's compassionate, caring and empathetic staff is
providing much needed care to the people of Pasco.

As a physician practicing in Central Pasco, I have witnessed the
extraordinary service that Gulfside provides to its patients. Hospice
brings calm to the chaos that family and patients experience when
dealing with a very serious illness. It allows patients to pass with
dignity, humanity, comfort and in the company of their family in
their own home.
It has been an honor and privilege
to have been associated with such
a great organization as Gulfside.
It has been very rewarding and
enlightening to have worked on
the board these 12 years. It gives
A me great pride to be part of an
Organization that gives so much
help, comfort and solace to the
S\people of Pasco County."


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By Ashley Schrader
Special to The Laker/Lutz News
A dozen eighth-graders at Countryside
Montessori Charter School have experi-
enced something few, if any, of their peers
have in the Land 0' Lakes area.
The soon-to-be-graduates were among
the first to take on the task of interning at
local businesses throughout the week of
May 19. They spent several hours of their
day at a variety of businesses in the local
area, from schools to pet day care centers.
The students developed their own in-
ternship preparation while their teacher,
Bobbianne Grant, implemented the idea of
gaining real-world experience in a range of
professional settings.
This particular program was the first
time the school has allowed students to par-
ticipate in internships with a goal of
achieving a better feel for their future pro-
fessions.
Based on its success this year,
Countryside plans to continue the intern-
ship program next year for seventh and
eighth graders.
"The internships give the eighth-grade
students the opportunity to experience the
work force before going into high school,"
said Grant, the Countryside teacher leading
the project.
Grant gave these students, including this
writer, the ability to successfully experience
different work atmospheres and assist in
each company's needs.
Many students said they had a positive ex-
perience and learned a great deal of work


MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTO
Ashley Schrader, an eighth-grader at Countryside Montessori Charter School in Land 0'
Lakes, chats with The Laker/Lutz News senior account manager Terri Williamson, during her
recent internship at the paper.


skills. Their feedback has given the school
valuable input to help its students in future in-
ternship programs in high school and college.
The students who participated in the
program said they appreciated the opportu-
nity that was given to them, and hope they
will be able to engage in a similar task in
their futures.
"Internships are like an opportunity for
us to see the real world," said Devyn Dacus,
13, one of a dozen students that participated
in the internships. "Since we are not yet
adults, internships are one of the few
chances we have to see the work force."


Dacus interned at Countryside
Montessori Academy, one of two preschool
and kindergarten divisions related to the
Montessori program. It's located on Carson
Drive, a few miles from the main charter
school campus at Ehren Cutoff.
"At the preschool I was interning at, I
had a great experience," Dacus added. "It
made me realize how tedious it actually is to
care for toddlers."
Her classmate,Abby Kuskin, did her in-
ternship at Grace Family Church in Lutz and
Black Saddle Stables in Odessa and Land 0'
Lakes. She said the experiences were cool


The businesses that participated in the
Countryside Montessori Charter School in
ternship program and the students who
interned included:
A Perfect Smile, Natalia Estrada
Victory Lane Motorcars, Dinah Miranda
Central Bark Doggie Day Care,
Jayden Trenchik and Katie Champion
Countryside Montessori Academy,
Devyn Dacus
On Your Toes, Brianna Lusk
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Grace Family Church and Black
Saddle Stables, Abby Kuskin
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The Laker/Lutz News, Ashley Schrader


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they can apply to their own future careers.
Ashley Schrader spent a week as an in-
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Deployed on Veterans Day, home by Memorial Day


By Diane Kortus
Publisher
Sometimes things
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work out better than
one could ever plan.
If you are a regular
reader of my column,
you know that my son,
AAndy Mathes, was mar-
lried on a beautiful
autumn day last
November in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
At the time,Andy was a first lieutenant
in the U.S. Marine Corps. He and his new
wife, Erin, had just one week together after
they married before Andy deployed for
Afghanistan.
Andy and the other Marines in his unit
left Camp Lejeune on Veterans Day. I re-
member thinking it odd they were leaving
on that holiday Monday because I assumed
our military would honor its troops by
making it a day of rest for all servicemen
and women, except those actively engaged
in war.
When I asked Andy why they left on
Veterans Day instead of waiting until later
in the week, he laughed and said I obvious-
ly did not understand how the military
worked. Having heard that before from my
son, I thought no more of it at least not
until now.
Andy's deployment was expected to last
eight or nine months, and we were looking
forward to his homecoming by the end of
the summer. So we were elated whenAndy
told us that his company's mission was
going well and there was talk about his
unit coming home sooner.
In early MayAndy called and said their
departure from Afghanistan may happen
before the end of the month, but asked
Erin and me not tell friends and family in


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Erin Mathes welcomes her husband, Andy, the day he arrived home from Afghanistan.


case things changed, as they frequently do
in the military
But then, another week went by and
Andy called with news that he was almost
certain he'd be home before the end of the
month.
And thankfully, he was.Andy was back
in North Carolina on May 22 just in time
to celebrate a long Memorial Day weekend
with Erin and their dog, Patch.
So how's that for karma deploy on
Veterans Day and get back in time for
Memorial Day? It's such a glorious coinci-
dence that I can't help but believe there
was some divine intervention, or at the


very least, a lot of power behind the many
prayers said for my son's safe return.
It's been three weeks since Andy has
been home and I have yet to see my son.
Andy was quite clear that he wanted to
spend his first few weeks back alone with
his bride and with no surprise visit from
his mother.
You can imagine how hard it has been
for me to honor this request, regardless
how reasonable it probably seems to every-
one but his mother.
My wait got even harder last week
when Andy was promoted to captain. Erin
was at the ceremony to pin the captain's


bars to her husband's uniform. Of course, I
would have loved to been there, too.
I imagine most mothers with newly
married sons go through what I'm feeling
these daysAfter almost 26 years of being
Andy's mother, I've been trumped.
Don't get me wrong. I love Erin and
couldn't be happier with Andy's choice.
Erin is a smart, caring, thoughtful and beau-
tiful young woman who obviously adores
my son as much as he adores her.
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woman in my son's heart, and the one who
now takes top ranking. I also know this is
how it is meant to be and, in time, I will
fully acclimate to the notion that Andy has
a wife and I have a daughter-in-law.
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me a handwritten note for Mother's Day
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"I've heard when you want to know
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at the way he treats his mother. I knew
Andy would be a wonderful husband from
the way he talked about your relationship.
He could openly communicate with you,
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NEW TROOPS FORMING
American Heritage Girls andTrail Life USA,
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new troop in the Odessa area.There will
be an information meeting June 2 at 6:30
p.m., at Idlewild Church of Odessa, 1234
Gunn Highway.The troops are for boys
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TOWN HALL FOR VETERANS
U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis, R-Palm Harbor, will
host a town hall meeting for veterans to
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Casebook of Gregory Hood:The Derringer
Society"June 6 at 8 p.m., at the
Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell
Road inTampa.Tickets start at $10. For
information, call (813) 269-1310, or visit
CarrollwoodCenter.org.

READING CLUB KICK-OFF
The Land 0' Lakes Library, 2818 Collier
Parkway, will kick off its Teen Summer
Reading Club with a game night June 6 at
6 p.m.There will be video, board and card
games, and a miniYu-Gi-Oh! contest. For
information, call (813) 929-1214.

MOSI HONORS MILITARY
ON D-DAY
The Museum of Science and Industry, 4801
E. FowlerAve.,inTampa, is honoring active
duty, veteran, and retired men and women
of the military and up to five family
members, with free admission June 6. IDs
are required.The offer excludes special
exhibitions, IMAX films, high ropes course
and zip line. For information, call (813)
987-6000.

MODEL TRAIN SHOW, SALE
The 11thTampa ModelTrain Show and
Sale by Golden Spike Enterprises will be
June 7 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Florida


Exciting Idlewild VBS
Exciting Idlewild Baptist Church, 18333 Exciting Idlewild Blvd., in Lutz, will host
the free vacation Bible school "Agency D3" June 16-20 from 9 a.m. to 12:15
p.m., for children ages 5 through fifth grade. For information, call (813) 264-
1515, ext. 461.

Messiah Lutheran VBS
Messiah Lutheran Church & Preschool, 14920 Hutchison Road in Tampa, will
host a vacation Bible school June 17-20 from 9 a.m. to noon, for children in
grades 4 through 6. The theme is "International Spy Academy" Registration
is $5 per child. For information, call (813) 265-0806.

First United Methodist VBS
Land O' Lakes First United Methodist Church, 6209 Land O' Lakes Blvd., is of-
fering a free one-day vacation Bible school June 21 from 9 a.m. to 2:30
p.m., for children in kindergarten through fifth grade.The theme is "Souled
Out: The Jonah & The Whales Tour." To register, visit LOLUMC.org.


State Fairgrounds, 4800 U.S. 301 in Tampa.
For information and tickets, visit
GSERR.com.

FAMILY GARDENING DAY
The Pasco Cooperative Extension Service
will host a free family gardening day
seminar June 7 at 9 a.m., at the Pasco
County Fairgrounds, 36702 State Road 52
in Dade City, for children ages 5 through
13. Participants can learn what critters are
good for the garden and what they eat.
Adults must accompany children. For
information, call (352) 518-0156.

BEGONIAS AT USF
The University of South Florida Botanical
Gardens will have a begonia talk and sale
June 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,at 12210
USF Pine Drive in Tampa. For information,
call (813) 974-2329, or visit
Gardens.USEedu.

NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY
The Nature Coast Chapter of the Florida
Native Plant Society will meet June 10 at 7
p.m., at the Land 0' Lakes Community
Center, 5401 Land 0' Lakes Blvd. Guest
speaker is Glen Bupp of the Rare Plant
Conservation Program at BokTower
Gardens.There will be refreshments and a
native plant drawing. For information, call
(727) 376-7663.

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS
Pasco County Parks and Recreation is
sponsoring a series of digital photography
classes June 14,June 21 and June 28 from
1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.,at the Land 0' Lakes
Recreation Complex, 3032 Collier
Parkway. Cost is $15 per class, or $20 per
couple. For information, call (813) 929-
1220, email info@con2000.com, or visit
Con2000.com/photography.

HILLSBOROUGH SUMMER CAMPS
The Hillsborough County Parks,
Recreation and Conservation Department
is offering a variety of summer camps for
children ages 6 to 16, during a series of
two-week camps from June 16 through
Aug. 8. Camps are on weekdays from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m., at various locations. Online


registration is now open at
HillsboroughCounty.org/SummerCamps.

COBB'S FREE KIDS SHOWS
Grove 16 CobbTheatres, 6333 Wesley
Grove Blvd.,in Wesley Chapel, will begin its
free summer kids shows at 10 a.m., every
Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday, starting
with "Turbo" and "Walking with Dinosaurs"
on June 17,June 18 and June 19. Doors
open at 9:30 a.m. Schools, groups and
camps are welcome. Same-day ticketing
only For information, call (813) 948-5444.

AFO FASHION SHOW
The Alzheimer's Family Organization will
host its annual Alberta's Fashion Show
June 17 at the Heritage Springs Country
Club, 11345 RobertTrent Jones Parkway in
Trinity.There will be lunch, raffles, auctions
and vendor tables.Tickets are $30.
Purchase a table of 10 and only pay for
nine tickets. Sponsorships available. For
information, call (727) 848-8888.

ART GALLERY WORKSHOPS
The Downtown New Port Richey Art
Gallery, 6231 Grand Blvd., will host a series
of digital camera workshops beginning
June 18 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Cost is
$20 per person.To RSVP, call (727) 848-
6500, or email nprgalleryl@gmail.com.

DONATE TO LIBRARY FRIENDS
The Friends of the Land 0' Lakes Library,
2818 Collier Parkway, are looking for new
members and gently used books. Books
can be donated at the libraryTuesday
through Saturday. New member
applications can be filled out at the library
For information, call (813) 929-1214.

OLD LUTZ SCHOOL MEETING
The next general meeting for the Old Lutz
School is June 19 at 7 p.m.,at 18819 U.S.
41 in Lutz. For information, call Suzin Carr
at (813) 453-5256.

'MEN'S IMPACT WEEKEND'
The 2014Wildfire"Men's Impact
Weekend" conference will be at the
University of South Florida Sun Dome
June 20 starting at 5:30 p.m.,and June 21


starting at 7:30 a.m.The event is for men to
worship God and learn more about the life
he intends for men. Headliners for the
event include Tim Tebow and A&E's "Duck
Dynasty's" Jase Robertson. For tickets, visit
SunDomeArena.com.

PERFORMING ARTS CAMP
Live Oak Theatre Co. is seeking
participants for its fifth annual performing
arts summer program June 23-27, for
children ages 7 through 18. Camp is from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Faith Evangelical
Presbyterian Church, 200 Mount FairAve.,
in Brooksville. Campers will learn various
concepts of musical theater. For
information, call (352) 593-0027, or visit
LiveOakTheatre.org.

TAMPA THEATRE FUNDRAISER
The Tampa Theatre, 711 N. Franklin St., in
downtown Tampa, will host its "Beer and
Loathing in Las Vegas" fundraiser July 12.
Premium sampling begins at 7 p.m., and
tickets are $70 in advance. Grand sampling
begins at 8 p.m., and tickets are $45.
Theater members save $5 off advance
tickets. Guests are invited to dress as their
favorite character, or come in a "Loathing"-
inspired costume. For information, visit
TampaTheatre.org.

VOLUNTEER FOR BOOKS
FOR TROOPS
Books forTroops needs volunteers to sort
and pack books in its storage unit at 54 U-
Store in Lutz. Day and evening
opportunities are availableAll hours
contributed are eligible for Presidential
Service awards.The organization is
approved for National Honor Society
service hours.To complete an online
application, visit BooksForTroops.org.

KIDS EARN A FREE BOOK
Children in a reading level up to sixth
grade can earn a free book through Barnes
& Noble by reading any eight books and
completing a reading log.The summer
program runs through Sept. 2, at
participating locations. Offer is good while
supplies last. Limit is one free book per
customer.

VISIT WC CIVIL AIR PATROL
Wesley Chapel Cadet Squadron of Civil Air
Patrol, located at the North Tampa Aero
Park just off State Road 54, meets every
Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.,next to the
airport hangar. Cadets range from 12 to 21
years old, and senior members are 18 and
older. For information and a schedule of
activities, visit WesleyChapelCAPcom.

VOLUNTEER AT FEEDING
AMERICA
Feeding America Tampa Bay-Suncoast
Branch, 5829 Ehren Cutoff in Land 0'
Lakes, is looking for volunteers. Parents
must accompany volunteers younger than
16.Volunteer hours are from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m., Monday through Friday, as well as
two Saturdays per monthAfter-school
hours are offered for students to acquire
Bright Future credits. For information, call
(813) 929-0200.


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LifeChoices Women's Care, 1527 N. Dale
Mabry Highway, Suite 101,in Lutz, offers free
pregnancy testing and free limited obstetrical
ultrasounds to teens,women and couples fac-
ing an unplanned pregnancy
The center is open Monday from 9:30
a.m. to 6:30 p.m., and Tuesday and Thursday
from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Appointments are recommended.
For information, call (813) 948-7734.

SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAM
The Regional Medical Center Bayonet
Point, 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson, will
offer a free smoking cessation program


June 6 at noon.
Participants are eligible to receive up to
four weeks of free nicotine replacement ther-
apy, including gum patches and lozenges.
Registration is required.
For information, call (813) 929-1000, ext.
213.

HOSPICE TEEN CAMP
Gulfside Hospice is hosting its annual
Mending Hearts Teen Camp June 6 and June
7 at Lakewood Retreat in Brooksville.
The camp focuses on providing a safe en-
vironment for teens dealing with the loss of a
loved one.
Activities include a rope course, arts and
crafts, and a balloon release.
For information, call (727) 844-3946, or
(813) 780-1235.

MEN'S HEALTH SEMINAR
The Wellness Plaza at Florida Hospital
Wesley Chapel, 2600 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.,
will host a men's health seminar June 10.
There will be a heart health lecture at 10
a.m., a low testosterone lecture at 11:15 a.m.,
and an erectile dysfunction lecture at 12:30
p.m.
Registration is required, and space is limit-


ed. Lunch will be provided.
For information, call (813) 929-5432.

MS SUPPORT GROUP
The Medical Center of Trinity, 9330 State
Road 54, hosts a monthly support group the
second Tuesday of each month for those af-
flicted with multiple sclerosis, along with
their caregivers and family members.
The next meeting is June 10 at noon.
For information, call (727) 372-1568.

ATRIAL FIBRILLATION LECTURE
The Heart Institute at Regional Medical
Center Bayonet Point, 14000 Fivay Road in
Hudson, will host a free presentation on
"Atrial Fibrillation: Treatment for Irregular
Heart Rhythm"June 10 at 3 p.m.
Guest speakers are cardiac surgeon Dr.
Michael Wahl and cardiac electrophysiologist
Dr. Rajiva Goyal.
Seating is limited, and reservations are re-
quired. Refreshments will be served.
For information, call (727) 869-5498.

OLOR CANCER NETWORK
Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church
Family Cancer Network meets the second
and fourthThursday of the month in Rosary


Hall, 2348 Collier Parkway in Land 0' Lakes,
beginning at 7 p.m.
Cancer survivors and caregivers are invit-
ed to attend.
For information, call (813) 949-4565.

FOOD ADDICTS PROGRAM
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous
meets at Seventh-day Adventist Church,
33420 State Road 54 in Wesley Chapel,
Thursday at 7 p.m.
The program is based on the 12-step pro-
gram ofAlcoholicsAnonymous.
For information, visit FoodAddicts.org.

NAMI OFFERS SUPPORT
The Pasco County Chapter of National
Alliance on Mental Illness offers two monthly
support group meetings at 7 p.m.
Family & Friends Support Meetings:
NorthTampa Behavioral Health, 29910 State
Road 56 in Wesley Chapel, first and third
Tuesday of each month.This group is for fam-
ily and friends of those with mental illness.
NAMI Connections: NAMI Pasco Office,
6480 Jallo Plaza, 6480 Land 0' Lakes Blvd.,
Land 0' Lakes, everyTuesday.This group is for
those living with mental illness.
For information, call (727) 992-9653.


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YOUNG ENDORSES BURGESS
House District 38 candidate Danny
Burgess has won yet another endorsement,
this time from House deputy majority leader
and whip DanaYoung.
Young, R-Tampa, praised the former
Zephyrhills mayor as being a "principled
conservative, community leader, dedicated
husband and new father."
Burgess faces Minnie Diaz in the
Republican primary for the seat currently
held by Will Weatherford, R-Wesley Chapel.
Burgess raised $4,225 inApril, according
to state election records, bringing his total
campaign account to just under $45,000.
Diaz collected $140 during the same period,
bringing her total to $3,000.
Barring anyone else entering the race,
the winner of the Republican primary will
face Democrat Beverly Ledbetter, who
raised $2,473 inApril bringing her total for
the November election to $8,464.

FASANO OFFICIALLY IN TAX
COLLECTOR RACE
How has former state Sen. Mike Fasano
done in his new job as Pasco County's tax
collector? He'll get a chance to find out as
he files to seek out his first full term in of-
fice.
Fasano finished the needed paperwork
May 23, and has yet to draw an opponent.
Gov. Rick Scott appointed him to the posi-
tion in 2013 following the death of longtime
tax collector Mike OlsonAmanda Murphy,
D-New Port Richey, replaced him in the
Senate.
Olson beat Republican challenger Ed
Blommel in 2012 after outraising the
Republican nearly 2-to-1.
Fasano spent 10 years in the state Senate,
and another eight years in the state House,
serving as the majority leader there in 2000.

NOCCO HOSTS MOORE
FUNDRAISER
Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco and
others are hosting a meet-and-greet for
Pasco County Commission candidate Mike
Moore June 4 at 6 p.m., at Lonzalo's, 3104
TownAve., in Trinity.
Joining the gathering are attorneys Craig
Laporte and BarbaraWilhite.
Moore is seeking Pat Mulieri's seat in the
county's District 2 race, which includes
other Republican challengers like Ken
Littlefield and Bob Robertson.The winner of
that primary is expected to face Democrat
Erika Remsberg in the November election.


LEGG ENDORSES WILSON
RE-ELECTION BID
Pasco County commissioner Henry
Wilson Jr. has picked up an endorsement
from state Sen.John Legg in his re-election
bid.
"Henry is a strong advocate for Pasco's
business and families," Legg, R-Lutz, said in a
release. "He has and will continue to put
Pasco's best interests first."
Wilson, who at this point is facing a po-
tential open primary in August against
newcomer Mike Wells Jr., already has re-
ceived endorsements from other politicians
like Richard Corcoran, R-Land 0' Lakes; state
Sen. Wilton Simpson, R-Trilby; and Pasco
County Sheriff Chris Nocco.

SWIFTMUD GOVERNING BOARD
ELECTS OFFICERS
The Southwest Florida Water
Management District governing board has
elected new officers for the coming year, led
by Michael Babb as chair.
Babb, who represents Hillsborough
County, is president of Two Rivers Ranch
Inc.,inThonotosassa. He was first appointed
to the board in June 2011.
Other officers include Randall Maggard
as vice chair, JefferyAdams as secretary and
David Dunbar as treasurer.
Maggard, who represents Pasco County,
is vice president of Sonny's Discount
Appliances Inc., in Dade City. He was first
appointed to the board in October 2011.
Adams, representing Pinellas County, is
an attorney and partner withAbbeyAdams
LLP in St. Petersburg. He was first appointed
inApril 2010.
Dunbar represents both Hillsborough
and Pinellas, and is chairman of Synovus
Bank of Florida in Palm Harbor. He was ap-
pointed in July 2013.
The new officers serve a one-year term
beginning 24 hours before the next govern-
ing board meeting, set for June 24.
The board members are unpaid volun-
teers appointed by the governor and
confirmed by the state Senate.They set poli-
cy for the organization, commonly known
as Swiftmud, with its mission to manage the
water and related resources of west central
Florida, to meet the needs of current and fu-
ture water users while still protecting the
environment.

ELECTIONS OPEN HOUSE
Hillsborough County supervisor of elec-
tions Craig Latimer will host an open house
June 11 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., at 12022
Anderson Road in Tampa.
For information, call (813) 744-5900, or
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The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report

As Florida teens begin preparing for sum-
mer jobs, the Florida Department of
Business & Professional Regulation's Child
Labor Program is working to educate teens
and Florida businesses about state and feder-
al child labor law requirements.
The program enforces the Florida Child
Labor Law as well as the federal Fair Labor
Standards Act, according to a release. Both
were designed to protect the health, educa-
tion and welfare of teenagers while in the
workplace, and to safeguard their well-being.
Two main areas child labor laws focus on
are how many hours a teen works, and the
types of jobs they are working in.
"Summer jobs provide a great opportuni-
ty for Florida teens to gain valuable work
experience and training, and we want to
make sure they are able to learn these skills
in a safe environment," said Ken Lawson, sec-
retary of DBPR, in a release.
In 2013, more than 225,000 teens be-
tween 16 and 19 were on the job, according
to the U.S. Department of Labor.
The DBPR does recommend some tips to
teens working this summer, to be sure they


are working for a boss who is following the
law.
Know your rights to a safe and healthy
workplace.
Learn to recognize hazards at work,
and speak up when you see them.
Participate in training programs at
work or request training if none is offered.
Use safe work practices.
Learn where you can get information
about child labor laws, health and safety, and
your rights.
In Florida, teenagers can enter the work
force at 14, and work up to eight hours each
day and 40 hours per week between the
hours of 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. during the sum-
mer. However, they cannot work more than
six consecutive days.
Teens 16 and 17 can work unlimited
hours, however, they cannot work more
than six consecutive days.
All minors are required to have a 30-
minute uninterrupted break for every four
consecutive hours worked.
For more information on child labor
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Courtney Saba Nicholas Hiller

Weighted GPA: 4.6956 Weighted GPA: 4.49

College: University of Florida College: University of Florida

Major: Pre-med Major: Pharmacy
Parents: Darius and Edie Saba Parents: Dave and Lynn Hiller



















113 Valedictorian 113 Salutatorian

Krystin De*sher Dana Frayne

Weighted GPA: 4.738 Weighted GPA: 4.7142
College: U.S. Air Force Academy College: Barnard College of Columbia





Major: Pre-med Major: Pre-law

SVParents: Rictok and Lynda Demsher Parents: Patrick and Kimberly Frayne
KCoutneySb Deshr Dnicoas Hiayer

;Weighted GPA: 4.7358 : Weighted GPA: 4.749

: College: UnSivrsiyo Florid Aadm : College: Uanivrsityleg of Florumida
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SWeighted GPA: 4.738

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Blake Lash

Weighted GPA: 4.7142

College: Georgia Institute of Technology

Major: Biomedical Research
Parents: Rick and Robin Lash
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there, and had to drive 60 to 70 miles to an
ice practice:"
Zimmermann, in his off-time, coaches the
Wiregrass Ice Hawks, a youth team that in-
cludes his son, incoming Wiregrass High
School junior Luke Zimmermann. The Ice
Hawks finished as one of the top youth
hockey teams in the state, second only to
Mitchell High School.
The long drives and fighting for time on
the ice limits the younger Zimmermann's
practice time to just a few days a week. But
having a sports complex within walking dis-
tance of his Seven Oaks home could
actually get him out on the ice much more
frequently.
"I'd probably be going there every day,"
Luke Zimmermann, a center for the team,
said.
Although the facility is tentatively called
the Cypress Creek Ice and Sport Complex,
Gordie Zimmermann said he's not opposed
to finding a corporate sponsor to buy the
naming rights. But even if that happens, it
would probably be hard for people not to
refer to the facility based on where it is geo-
graphically, like Cypress Creek or even
Wesley Chapel.
And that's exactly what Jeff Novotny
wanted to hear. Not only is he president of
American Consulting, which helped with
the Zimmermann project, but he's also pres-
ident of the Greater Wesley Chapel
Chamber of Commerce, which has been
working tirelessly on branding new devel-
opment along State Road 56 in the name of
Wesley Chapel.
"I can tell you that the Tampa Bay area
has a shortage of ice availability for all age
levels," said Novotny, whose American
Consulting headquarters is literally next to
the site where the ice complex will be built.
"I can count on one hand the number of ice
arenas in a one-hour drive.And thanks to the
Tampa Bay Lightning, it is better than what
it was 15 years ago."
The Lightning was represented by
Stanley Cup winner Dave Andreychuk who,
coincidentally, went to high school with
Zimmermann in Hamilton, Ontario.


Andreychuk stood behind Zimmermann last
week during a news conference where the
new facility was unveiled, and lent his sup-
port to the facility.
Although there are plans to build a two-
pad ice sports complex near The Grove in
Wesley Chapel, Zimmermann seemed to dis-
miss the possibility that the local market
could become too saturated with ice.
"I think we've done our homework," he
said." I come from an area that has 200 rinks
- eight-plexes and six-plexes, and it's kind
of the way of the world to build a minimum
of four."
The facility will be two stories tall, com-
plete with two National Hockey
League-level ice pads, and one meeting
Olympic specifications.A fourth smaller ice
pad, which can double as a non-ice sports
court, could be made available when need-
ed for young kids just getting their start, or
even to help goalies learn position playing,
Zimmermann said.
A restaurant would be situated on the
second floor, with a clear view of all the
rinks.
"During tournaments, some people's
children's games might be an hour or two
apart, an they can go up and grab a quick
snack," Zimmermann said. "Others might
have six- or seven-hour gaps, and they can
go toWiregrass mall, and maybe to a restau-
rant."
Coming right behind it is a planned 120-
room hotel expected to close on 3 acres of
land this summer, developers said. It would
complement offerings already in that area,
including an existing Hampton Inn & Suites.
Pasco County Commissioner Jack Mariano
joined other government leaders at the pres-
entation in endorsing the project, calling it a
crowning achievement to what the county is
trying to accomplish in the State Road 56
and Interstate 75 corridor.
"Two rinks would've been great, three
rinks is phenomenal, but with four, every-
one is going to want to come here and play
this from all around the world," Mariano
said, highlighting potential interest to travel
here from groups outside Florida, and even
outside the United States."If you had to go
to Canada or down here to play hockey,
where would you want to go?"


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beit at different times. They struck up a
friendship, and Carr encouraged him to run
for the ceremonial title, given to the candi-
date who raises the most money during the
race.The funds collected by the candidates
go to local charities and civic organizations.
Smalls declined to run last year against
Carr who earned her second stint as
Guv'na but now that her term is almost
over, he's thrown his hat into the ring.
Smalls is one of five candidates vying for
the position, and even though he's lived in
the Tampa area for around eight years -
Smalls and his family live in Town 'N
Country and are relocating to Westchase -
he's always been struck by the friendly and
welcoming nature of Lutz residents.
"The people are probably the No. 1
thing.The people are really friendly and out-
going'," he said.
Smalls first got to know the people of
Lutz when he started up his family business,
Soccer Gemz, which uses the fields by Lutz
First Baptist Church, 18116 U.S. 41,where
his family also attends church. His wife,
Marchele, played soccer at the University of
Tennessee, and they decided to create a soc-
cer program for children ranging in ages
from 18 months to eight years.
The inspiration came from feedback
from Smalls' daughter, Ivoryele, when she
started playing soccer at a young age.
"She enjoyed the practices and was hav-
ing fun. But when it came to the games, she
didn't really care too much for them,";' Smalls
said. "And we noticed that that's what a lot
of kids do.They're not into it at all."
Soccer Gemz operates under a curriculum
that eliminates what they believe isn't enjoy-
able, while retaining what is considered fun.
The organization's focus is based on
teaching skills through positive reinforce-
ment, and playing games that are really just
exhibitions where they don't keep score


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good, quality food," McLeod said."It's really,
really important for communities to have ac-
cess to good seeds. With it being free, it
really doesn't matter what your economic
status is.'
So far, fewer than a dozen people have
signed up for the seed library But McLeod's
enthusiasm for the program has not
dimmed.
"We have to start somewhere,";' she said,
clearly passionate about the project."Seeds
are life.The soil is life.Without good quality
seeds, our food is not of good quality, so,
when we eat it, it doesn't sustain our bod-
ies."
She estimates about 200 varieties of
seeds in the library, mostly donated by Seed
Savers Exchange, Baker Creek Seeds and
some local families.
When people come to Morningstar
Fishermen's shop, they can look through
the cabinet drawers to choose seeds.
"All of the drawers are divided out into
families. In gardening, there's nine different
families," McLeod explained."In each family,
you have the different types of vegetables or
flowers.
"You just see what type of plant you
want to growYou open the drawer and you
thumb through it.You can see the bean that


and don't have an actual winner. The pro-
gram allows children to learn the
fundamentals of soccer without competitive
aspects they might not enjoy at a young age.
Soccer Gemz also touts a "mommy and
me" class where a mother or father can par-
ticipate in lessons with their children as
early as 18 months.At that age they might
just be socializing and learning to kick a
ball, but it allows for a unique bonding expe-
rience for a family and provides a basic
introduction to sports.
For Smalls, a successful class isn't neces-
sarily one where a child becomes the next
soccer star or flashes superior skills. It's
when he receives feedback from parents
that their child enjoys participating and has
a good time on the field.
"Kids are having fun.That's the No. 1 prin-
ciple that we decided to build our business
on, is making sure that the kids are having
fun while they're learning," Smalls said.
The format seems to be working, as Soccer
Gemz also has added a location in Ruskin. But
Lutz is special to Smalls, so he's making a push
for Guv'na with a series of fundraisers.
Smalls recently had a pancake breakfast,
he has an event planned at Mekenita
Mexican Grille on June 5, and an ice cream
social at the Tampa Community of Christ
June 13 at noon.
And while he hopes to raise the most
money and earn the title, it's the charitable
aspect of the race that appeals to him. Smalls
participates in church drives and enjoys
being able to give back to Lutz groups and
help raise funds for worthy organizations. He
wants to win the race, but will continue par-
ticipating in area events either way.
His goals? "Not only now, but after the
race is over, to be able to get around and do
things in the community and bring a little
bit more awareness to things that are going
on in the community," Smalls said.
For more information about Soccer Gemz
or to contribute to Smalls' campaign, call
(813) 421-5203, or visit SoccerGemz.com.


B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTO
The seed library has about 200 varieties of
seeds. These are some of the choices that
are available.

you want to growThere's a little packet be-
hind it.There's the growing information on
the back of it."
Once they find their packet, they bring it
up to a desk, fill out a form, and head home
to start planting.
"You grow it. Save some of the seeds for
yourself and some for the library and bring
them back'," McLeod said.
Some people may have no earthly idea
how to begin, but there are books, online in-
formation and low-cost classes that can
help, she said.
Nobody should feel intimidated.
"It doesn't matter if you don't know any-
thing," McLeod said."The only thing that you
need to start is a desire."
To find out more about the seed library,
email ara@morningstarfishermen.org, visit
MorningstarFishermen.org, or call McLeod
at (352) 523-2722.


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The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report
Gulfside Hospice & Pasco Palliative
Care recently received a check for
$24,000 from the Pasco County
Sheriff's Office Mounted Posse. It was
raised during the sixth annual Ride for
Hospice in March at Diamond B
Ranch in Dade City.
"On behalf of our organization, I
would like to personally thank the
posse for holding this event to benefit
Gulfside," Gulfside president and chief
executive Linda Ward said,in a release.
"Gulfside Hospice is forever grateful
for all the work the Pasco Sheriff's
Mounted Posse has put into this
event, not just this year, but over the
past six years."
One of those taking part in the
check presentation ceremony with
Ward and Sheriff Chris Nocco was Sue
Touchston, who personally raised just
over $4,840. Also there was Paul
Correia, who had a separate music
fundraiser for Gulfside called Paulie
Palooza. Paso
Judy Tyler, Kym Corkum and Bus
Margaret Bushell organized the origi- press
nal Ride for Hospice in 2009.Tyler and the
Corkum developed the idea after par- whk
ticipating in Gulfside's Hike for
Hospice.
Since then, the event has raised a little
more than $100,000 for patient care at
Gulfside.
The Mounted Posse has served Pasco
County since 1995. All members of the
horse-riding group must pass and maintain
several qualification standards to enable
horse and rider to safely work in close con-
tact with the public.
The Mounted Posse is comprised of civil-
ian volunteers, while the Mounted Unit is


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hell receives a plaque from Gulfside Hospice
sident and chief executive Linda Ward, thanking
posse for its work on the Ride for Hospice,
ch this year raised $24,000.
filled with sworn deputies. Both are a part
of the Citizen Support Services section of
the Pasco Sheriff's Office.
For more information on the group, visit
PascoPosse.com.
Gulfside Hospice was first licensed in
1989, and serves more than 350 patients
daily.The company employs 250 profession-
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Saint Leo's women finish as national tennis semifinalists


By Michael Murillo
mmurillo@lakerlutznews. corn

Saint Leo has a good women's tennis
team. But when the sixth-ranked Lions (20-5
at the time) entered the NCAA Division II
Tennis Championships last month, they
faced a much better one.
Headed into their first-round match-up,
the Brigham Young University-Hawaii
Seasiders were undefeated in the 2014 sea-
son.And while they were ranked just third
in the tournament, losing to anyone was a
rarity: In the past 16 seasons, the team had
been defeated just nine times.
After facing the Lions, though, they now
have 10 losses.
Saint Leo upset BYU-Hawaii 5-4 in a
match that lasted more than six hours.
Following that victory, the Lions toppled the
12th-ranked California University of
Pennsylvania Vulcans to advance to the
semifinals.
It was the first time the Lions reached
the Final Four and their first trip to the na-
tional tournament, as well. Saint Leo's run
ended after a loss to second-ranked
Armstrong Atlantic State University. Still, act-
ing head coach Sarah Summerfield is proud
of the team's accomplishments.
"Obviously, I was thrilled," Summerfield
said."The way we performed at the end of
the year, it was spectacular. It was the best
tennis I've seen them play all year."
While defeating the Seasiders was the
highlight of the year, Summerfield said it
wasn't the only big match the team won
during their memorable season.Avenging an
earlier loss to Lynn University, one of the top
teams in the competitive Sunshine State
Conference, Saint Leo defeated the Fighting
Knights in the conference semifinals and
again in the second round of the national
tournament.


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COURTESY OF MIKE CARLSON
Junior Paula Montoya was part of the Saint Leo Lions' record-breaking season in women's
tennis.


The conference victory against Lynn
came down to a final singles match col-
lege tennis competitions are determined by
counting victories in both doubles and sin-
gles play in a best-of-nine format and it
was junior Paula Montoya who came
through with the deciding win.
Montoya, who hails from Venezuela, said
that her country's tennis play is marked by a
combination of consistency and aggression,


and she used both to secure the win for her
team.
"In the beginning it was consistency. I
played the ball so she was getting tired,"
Montoya said."But then in the second set
she got aggressive and I got kind of defen-
sive, so I almost lost that second set. It was
5-2 (in favor of her opponent) and I got my
confidence back and I was able to play my
aggressive game."


The Lions' success this season will help
juniors like Montoya prepare for a larger
leadership role next year, she said.And her
coach agrees, noting that a regular challenge
for sports teams is replacing veteran leader-
ship.
But Summerfield thinks that the current
team set a standard that the team next year
will be eager to match.
"I believe that they're going to want to
do just as well or better than we did this
year," she said. "I definitely think that the
new seniors have to step it up, and I know
they're going to do it because they know
what it feels like to get to the Final Four,
they know what it takes and I know they're
going to be up for the challenge."
Part of that challenge will be to adapt to
a new head coach.
While Summerfield will be a graduate as-
sistant coach for Saint Leo, a permanent
coach will be chosen to lead the team going
forward.
Summerfield said she had a great experi-
ence as head coach, and believes taking a
team to the Final Four will serve as a nice
highlight on her coaching resume.
She plans to pursue head coaching op-
portunities in the future.
The run to the Final Four also will re-
main a highlight of Saint Leo's tennis
resume.While Montoya said she's already
starting her training program for next sea-
son and believes the team can improve its
fitness to be better prepared for grueling
matches, she acknowledges the accom-
plishment that puts this year's women's
tennis team in the school's record books,
and the work that went into attaining that
success.
"It's amazing because we've been playing
and training for that goal," she said. "We're
ranked No. 3 now and that's amazing.That's
the first time we've been ranked that high."


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TWO JUNE BASKETBALL
CAMPS AT SUNLAKE
Sunlake High School, 3023 Sunlake Blvd.
in Land 0' Lakes, will host two basketball
camps in June for boys and girls ages 8
through 16.
The first session will be June 9-12 and the
second will be June 16-19. Each session costs
$120 and runs daily from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
For more information, contact coach
Reesa Pledge at rhendrix@pasco.kl2.fl.us or
Mark Hall at mlhall@pasco.kl2.fl.us.

REBELS HOME GAMES
THIS SUMMER
The Tampa Bay Rebels, a semi-pro basket-
ball team, has three upcoming home games
at Freedom High School.
The Rebels will play the Heartland Prowl
on June 14, the Miami Midnites on June 21
and the Palm Beach Knights on July 26.
Tickets are $10 for fans over 13. Children
13 and under are admitted free. For more
information, visit TampaBayRebels.com.

FREE SOCCER CLINIC
IN WESLEY CHAPEL
Grace Community, a church located at
30243 Wells Road in Wesley Chapel, will
host a free soccer clinic on June 8. The
event will be from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30
a.m., and will provide a preview of their
Upward soccer camp, which will be on
Sunday mornings from July 13 untilAug. 10.
For more information, visit
ExploreGrace.com or call (813) 994-9363.


WIREGRASS RANCH HIGH
SCHOOL GOLF EVENT JUNE 21
Wiregrass Ranch High School will host its
annual Bull Chip four-person golf scramble
June 21 at the Quail Hollow Golf Course,
6225 Old Pasco Road inWesley Chapel.
Proceeds will benefit the school's band
boosters.
Check-in will begin at noon with a shot-
gun start at 1 p.m.
The cost is $75 per person, or $300 per
foursome, and includes green fees, cart and
barbecue dinner. For more information, call
(813) 862-8314 or send e-mail to wrhsband-
boosters@yahoo.com.

DOUBLES TENNIS PLAYERS SOUGHT
Tennis 4 u/Tennis PamaTi is looking for dou-
bles tennis players for matches in Dade City.
The organization also is offering private
and group tennis lessons for players of all
ages and skill levels. For information, call
Jeanette Marcus at (813) 417-0061, or e-mail
jmarcusddm@gmail.com.

SUMMER CAMPS AT LAKE JOVITA
Lake Jovita Golf & Country Club, 12900
Lake Jovita Blvd., in Dade City, will host
three camps this summer.
Two general summer camps will include
golf, tennis and swimming, and one will be
golf-specific that focuses on rules, swing
techniques and sportsmanship.
The general summer camps will be June
24-27 and July 22-25, and the golf-specific
camp will be Aug. 12-15.
Each camp costs $300 per attendee.
For information, call (352) 588-9200, or e-
mail rweber@lakejovita.com.

SENIOR SPORTS LOOKING
FOR PARTICIPANTS
Senior Sports is looking for interested


tennis, volleyball, golf and bowling players
who live in Pasco County.
For information, callWalt Bockmiller at
(813) 527-8211.

CHEER CLINIC AT SUNLAKE
The state champion Sunlake High School
cheerleading team will host a Little Seahawk
Cheer Clinic over four days in July.
The event is targeted toward students of
Oakstead, Lake Myrtle, Denham Oaks,
Odessa and Rushe middle schools.
The clinic will be July 21-23 from 3 p.m.
to 6 p.m.The cost is $25 per student and in-
cludes a T-shirt and an opportunity to cheer
with the varsity team at a game.
For information, email coach Pennye
Garcia at pgarcia@pasco.k12.fl.us.

VOLLEYBALL CAMPS
IN JUNE AND JULY
Gaither High School, 16200 N. Dale
Mabry Highway, will host volleyball camps
twice weekly this summer.
The middle school camp runs from June
9 through July 16 on Mondays and
Wednesday, and the high school camp will
run from June 10 through July 17 on
Tuesday and Thursdays.All camp sessions
will run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.The cost is $75
per person. For information, call (813) 975-
7340, or email tim.boylan@sdhc.kl2.fl.us.

PFRWC GOLF OUTING JUNE 8
The Pasco Federated Republican Women's
Club will host its inaugural golf outing on
June 8 atThe Groves Golf & Country Club,
7924 Melogold Circle in Land 0' Lakes.
The group will donate half of the event's
profits to the GuardianAd Litem Foundation
of Tampa Bay.
The golf outing begins with a shotgun
scramble at 9:30 a.m. There also will be a


putting contest, drawings and prizes.
For information, call Fran Scerbo at (727)
597-3727, or email her at
fmscerbo@yahoo.com; or call Meg Merritt at
(813) 428-6541, or email her at megmer-
ritt3@gmail.com.

SENIOR SLO PITCH
REGISTRATION
The Slo Pitch Softball League, geared to-
ward players older than 60, hosts registration
every Friday beginning at 8:30 a.m., at the
Land 0' Lakes Recreation Complex, 3932
Collier Parkway in Land 0' Lakes.
Teams will be balanced, and play Friday
mornings. For information, call Walt
Bockmiller at (813) 527-8211.

SAINT LEO BASEBALL CAMPS
JUNE 30-JULY 3
The Saint Leo baseball team will have its
summer youth camp June 30 through July 3
for ages 12 and younger.
The camp includes group and one-on-
one instruction, and covers areas such as
hitting, fielding, throwing and base running.
The camp runs from 9 a.m. until noon
each day. Cost is $150 each. For informa-
tion, call Lee Parks at (352) 588-8841, or
e-mail lee.parks@saintleo.edu.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR YMCA
GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONSHIPS
The Tampa MetropolitanAreaYMCA will
host the 2014YMCA National Gymnastics
Championships July 1 through July 5. More
than 1,000 volunteers are needed for a vari-
ety of tasks.
The opening ceremonies will take place
at Raymond James Stadium, with competi-
tions at the Tampa Convention Center.
For volunteer information, e-mail ynation-
alsvolunteer@tampaymca.org.


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Some tips every renter should know


Special to The Laker/Lutz News

The number of U.S. renters has expand-
ed significantly since the burst of the
housing bubble, and renters now represent
34 percent of all households, according to
government statistics.
Meanwhile, rents climbed 3.2 percent
last year.
Now that the rental market has become
more crowded, the better prepared one is,
the more likely they are to secure the prop-
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Real estate practitioners at Homes.com
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say will lead to stress-free renting.
Preparation. For a smooth approval
process, be prepared with a completed
rental application, written references from a
previous property owner or employer, and
an apartment hunting checklist to remem-
ber everything from fees to appliances.
Budget. No more than 25 to 30 per-
cent of income should be spent on housing,
experts said. Create a budget that considers
extras like commute and lifestyle amenities.
Confirm who bears responsibility for utilities
and maintenance, as costs can vary by lease.
Amenities. Many amenities will be en-
ticing, so be honest about what's essential.
Compromise may result in finding a home
in a better location.
Location. Use free search features on
real estate sites to easily search for rentals by
ZIP code.
Search outside the box. Extend
searches to single-family homes and town-
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MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTOS
Erika Ross of Wesley Chapel, and Jo Tambone of Land 0' Lakes volunteers from the
Knights of Columbus auxiliary have their flags ready as they await the start of the May 26
Memorial Day parade at Dupree Lakes.


A member of the Patriot Guard Riders leads the
Memorial Day parade on his flag-adorned
motorcycle.


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An honor guard from the local Knights of Columbus was one group featured in the Memorial
Day parade. The Knights of Columbus Assembly 2741 and Council 8104 were some of the
organizers of the event.


The brass section of the Pine View Middle School marching band energizes the crowds
lined up to see the Memorial Day parade at Dupree Lakes.


Pasco County school board members Joanne Hurley and Cynthia Armstrong
wave to the Memorial Day crowd from the comfort of their convertible.


Four generations of one Land 0' Lakes family camp out with a small picnic in front of their 1931 Durant along
the Memorial Day parade route on Ehren Cutoff. Linda Ellerbee, Brenda Harrell, Casey Kirby and 9-year-old
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Lonna Vizzari, left, and Donna Losch of the GFWC Lutz-Land 0' Lakes Woman's Club, visit a
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women removed torn and tattered flags from prior years, and freshened the gravesites as
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The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report
Saint Leo University will host the second
annual Military and Veteran Social Work
Conference June 6 and June 7, to talk about
veterans in transition from the military to
the work force.
The conference is designed to generate
and nurture ideas to advance the understand-
ing of clinical and student service practices
with veterans, military personnel and their
families, and to serve as an effective teaching
and training tool for educators and practi-
tioners who seek to work with this growing
population, according to a release.
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U.S.Army, and Lt. Col Nathan Keller. It will in-
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Faculty and alumni from Saint Leo who
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Veronika Ospina-Kammerer, April Steen,
Rhondda Waddell, Moneque Walker-Pickett
and James Whitworth.
Saint Leo is located at 33701 State Road
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om, 2.5 bath, pool home is move-in-ready. Soaring
s and filled with light, this excellent property has
f the best positions currently available in gated
s Green. Granite counter-tops. $344.9K. (qua)


Unique Home in Whisper Run! This 4/2.5/2 features a
iood burning brick fireplace. The master bedroom leads
utto a private lanai that's in a fenced in area. It has large
ualk-in closets plus 2 extra closets for storage. No CDD,
HOA or deed restrictions! $274.9K. (whi)


Palm Harbor Condo! Frstfloor2/1 in excellent location
has an upgraded kitchen with 42" cabinets, black appli-
ances, corian counters, and an eat-in area. Spacious liv-
ing room with sliders leading out to sunroom and a
large master suite with walk-in closet. $58.8K. (fox)


College Heights in Dade City! Completely remodeled
3/2 is a real doll house on an extra-large lot. Spacious
open great room plan with laminate floors, gourmet
kitchen with custom cabinets and granite counter tops is
all just minutes from St. Leo. $99K. (abb)


Brooksville Pool Home! A colorful and well- kept gal
den greets you as you enter this 3/2.5/2 home wit
den/office located in The Cascades is a 55 plus commun
ty. The home features a large great room, with 14' tra
celirnns a senate dining rnnoom .29RQ Q (ta


Heritage Isles in Tampa! This open floor plan 2,523 Henderson Road Sub. In Tampa! This beautiful and well Eastwood in Brandon! This beautifully remodeled 5/:
Sq. Ft. one-story, 4/3/3 home sits partially on hole 16 of maintained 3/2/2 home offers a nice open floor plan with home boasts a spacious kitchen with lots new cabinetry
the golf course and on conservation for maximum priva- a large 22 foot living room with fireplace and with pretty updated countertops and brand new stainless steel appli
cy. Home features many upgrades: hardwood floors, tile laminate wood floors, very functional tiled kitchen with ances and a breakfast nook. The massive living room is
in the wet areas, and crown molding. $279K. (pla) lots of breakfast counter space. $139.9K. (wal) perfect for any type of entertaining. $219.9K. (hom)







Zephyr Grove in Tampa! Great investment or affordable Lakeview Knoll in Zephyrhills! This 3/2/1 is on an extra- Pool Home at Province Lakes in Brandon! Thi
starter home is a 3/2/1 located on an oversized double large fenced lot, spacious open great room floor plan, 3/2.5/2 home has been well-cared for and is certainly
fenced lot with fantastic floor plan with additional bonus large kitchen with lots of cabinets, new stainless steel side move-in ready. Filled with light, space and soaring ceilings
room that is not reflected on the tax rolls. Ktchen with all by side refrigerator, range dishwasher, microwave, blinds, this two story property features a modern floor plan witl
woon cahbnets $tRO Oi( (99nK ceiling fansand senrlit, t$119K ( rm) focus on aon anonn familv lfe stMvIe 22fl1K(scon


Aisty Woods Pool Home in Tarpon Springs! This
/3.5/3 with office has an outdoor kitchen with
avers overooking pasture with horses. The master suite
s downstairs with a walk-in closet, shower, garden tub
uith nrnite nnointertnns &, doniihle antieso t.R32K. (mi


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Coopers Pond! Gorgeous 4/2/2 pool home in excellent cor
edition, floor plan has lots of living space with large living/dinin
room combination featuring cherry wood floors and a split bed
room layout $2100/mo. (dol)


Cute Duplex! This 3/2/1 is bright and airy. Combination liv-
ing/dining room area with spacious eat-in kitchen with plenty of
cabinets and counter space has been freshly painted inside and out,
new carpet, and a huge fenced in yard! $1100/mo. (pen)


Apex Lake Estates! This 3/2/2 home sits on just over 1 acre Lake Padgett Estates East! This 3/2/1 feature a split bed- Sable Ridge! Cute 1 story 4/2/2 home in Sable Ridge with
and is a one of a kind property. Located on Lake Burell this prop- room plan, nice open family room, and kitchen with eating space split floor plan, formal living and dining room. Newly painted int
erty has it all. The front of the house faces the lake and the back as well as a breakfast bar, and a fireplace in the family room. Huge r/or on a quiet street in great neighborhood with parks, restaurant
yard is fenced in and very, very large. $1695/mo. (lak) screened lanai and privacy fenced back yard. $1200/mo. (mer) and shopping nearby with easy highway access. $140O/mo. (ta


Tierra del Sol! This home is neat, clean and move-in ready now. Terra del Sol! Immaculate 3/2/2 home the desirable Tierra Del Grand Oaks! Beautifully remodeled 6/3.5/2 home in highly
Lawn care included! This home features 3 bedroomsand 2.5 baths. Sol community in Land 0 Lakes! Situated on a cul-de-sac street, desirable community! At 2,721 Sq. Ft. this home boasts
The downstairs is fully tiled and has a great room loor plan. The and offering over 1600 Sq. Ft. so you will appreciatethe care taken large, refinished kitchen with eat-in area, and tilethroughou
kitchen is large and has Corian counter tops. $11 50/mo. (mir) I throughout There is a formal dining room. $1250/mo. nar) I the entire firstfloor as well as all wetareas. $1595/mo. (tri


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3uncoast Meadows! This 4/2/2 home shows pride of owner-
hip and is on the market for the first time as a rental This home fea-
uresa fully fenced big back yard situated on a tranquil small lake
his home features a 3-way split bedroom plan $1595/mo. (pra)








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