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A A Lutz to sparkle for July 4 celebration

i aBy Michael Murillo

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No Fees Or Costsbdycan say Lutz ignores the Fourth
A cake decorating contest, 5-kilometer
Unless You W in run and a new Guv'na inauguration are just

some of the events scheduled for July 4.
HOL D The Independence Day celebration also *
includes the annual parade, and this year's
BOMHOF theme is a tribute to the Lutz Volunteer Fire
A aOA Association, which
ceased operations last
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events, check
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County now handles sein
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fire rescue services.
It was important to Page 10.
Jim |honor the fire associaHOLLDA tion, said Phyllis Hoedt, who chairs the
Fourth of July events.The group served the FILE PHOTO
8 8 8 community for more than six decades. Numerous antique fire trucks were included in the Fourth of July parade last year in Lutz,
"I Will Aggressively "They're no longer in existence, and we and just as many are expected this year. Fight To Prot wanted to honor them," Hoedt said." They
YorLgal Rig were very good to our community." are needed to set up chairs, trashcans and Center, 112 First Ave. N.WThe final cake regThe Fourth of July work actually begins other items for the expected crowd. istration opportunity is July 4 between 6
1 I[: N. alIe w Ste 101 on July 3, when volunteers set up for the pa- Volunteers also will be needed for break- a.m. and 7:30 a.m.
LutzlFL rade from 10 a.m. until noon by the train down after the parade. On Friday, the 5K and one-mile runs kick
[Coer of Suffi ~la Da le abry) depot, located at U.S. 41 and Lutz Lake Fern Participants in the cake and pie contest off the festivities at the Lutz Community Road.While some people already are sched- can drop off their entries on Thursday beWalk-in Welcom uled to be on-hand, more volunteers tween 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., at the Lutz Senior See SPARKLE, page 14

'Papa' Jay Muffly is retired, Trip toThailand

but still eyes Guv'na title yields insights for

By Michael Murillo local student

When the GFWC LutzLand O' Lakes Woman's Club ... ...... By B.C. Manion
wanted "Papa" Jay Muffly to bcmanon@akerlznews corn
run for Lutz Guv'na this year, he said yes. But m reality, they When Hunter Rasmussen was a 10th
didn't give him much of a r grader at BereanAcademy in Lutz, he began
PkgersonaEheuwr s choice. learning biblical Greek and that changed
S "They've been trying to his life.
get me to run for Guv'na for "I just loved it. I thought it was the most
what, 10 years?" Muffly said. incredible thing," said Rasmussen, now a 20- St.Joseph's "They called and said,'Well, MICHAEL MURILLO/STAFF PHOTO year-old student at Covenant College in
the club already voted on it.' Jay Muffly has a number of items lying around his Lutz home Lookout Mountain, Georgia."That made me Hospital-North Muffly, 72, was clearly the that recalls his days with the Lutz Volunteer Fire Association. excited not just about biblical languages, but
BayCare Health System one the group wanted to One of them is a large check in both size and dollar language in general. I just felt so convinced

sponsor, and they got their amount the organization used to create annual scholar- that this is what I am supposed to do. wish: The longtime board ships for local students. Rasmussen now takes linguistics classes
member and president of the at Covenant, where he majors in biblical
Lutz Volunteer Fire Association is one of five studies with minors in missions and linguiscandidates for the ceremonial title of Lutz This is one in a series of stories profiling the tics. Guv'na.The candidate who raises the most candidates for Lutz Guv'na. He began looking around last year for an
money for local groups is declared the win- opportunity to do a mission trip, an internner at a ceremony during the annual Fourth for local students for decades to come. ship or to take linguistics classes during the of July celebration. Muffly is from Watsontown, summer.When representatives fromWycliffe
While Muffly has never run before, he's Pennsylvania, a borough that takes up Bible Translators USA came to Covenant to very familiar with the process. He's attended around one square mile and 2,200 people. It talk to students about an opportunity to several Guv'na debates, understands its pur- was less crowded when Muffly lived there, work in Thailand, Rasmussen felt called to pose, and likes the idea of raising money to He recalls a small-town feel where kids pursue it. help local groups that need funding. could play safely and everyone knew each Wycliffe is an international organization 2TAIR. FkJt" 24/7 Emergency A/C "Last year there were 20 different organi- other, that has worked for more than 70 years to
cKNNDLY. & Plumbing Service zations that got funds from the Guv'na's His grandfather was a local firefighter, as translate the Bible into every language in
A/C LICENSE race.That's the biggest thing," he said. was his father and uncles.And after serving the world.This Orlando-based nonprofit or#CACII6647 #FC1428982 "For some of these things, that's the only in the U.S.Air Force and relocating to the ganization is named after JohnWycliffe, who
money they get and that's how they make area, Muffly kept the idea of community first translated the Bible into English in the ends meet;' said Barbara Muffly, his wife of service. During emergencies or times of late 1300s. more than 30 years. The couple lives on need, it's the local community that usually After hearing about Wycliffe's Get Global property once owned by her grandfather bands together and gets things done, he program for college students, Rasmussen
not far from the Old Lutz School. said. began seeking contributions to help him
W Muffly also is familiar with helping out "You see it all over America, like when come up with the $4,000 he needed for the
locals.When the fire association closed last there's a flood or something, how these vol- trip. year after the county took over fire rescue unteer organizations in a local community "I just shared with people in different services, they set up a fund with more than ____________81 3-949-4445 $260,000, which- will provide sch-olarships See MUFFL Y, page 14 See TRIP, page 14

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Already a local inspiration, Keppel takes national stage

By Michael Hinman

Brooks Sports Inc., is known for its
running shoes and apparel. But once a
year, the Seattle-based company gives
people a chance to choose among 25
high school coaches across the nation
they feel is the most inspiring..-.-"
One of the coaches making the cut is
none other than Land 0' Lakes High
School cross-country coach Kris Keppel.
And now his team and the school is
depending on everyone to get to
Facebook and vote for him in the 2014 Brooks Inspiring Coaches Award before the end of July.
"I opened up my email on the first day
of my treatment this cycle, and I was just Coach Kris Keppel, right, warms up with his Land 0' Lakes High School
kind of blown away," Keppel said."I didn't cross-country team during summer training at Pine View Middle School
think this was real." last week. Keppel is up for a national coaching award based on how he
The treatment Keppel is talking about MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTOS inspires his runners.
is chemotherapy, which he's undergoing Karen DeHaas, who coaches the girls cross-country team, nominated
to battle pancreatic cancer. He was diag- Kris Keppel for the Brooks 2014 Inspiring Coaches Award, which has thing online, and then To vote for Coach Kris Keppel
nosed late last year, but still made it out to earned the Land O' Lakes High School team $5,000 in equipment. when I went to go get
as many practices and meets as he could a picture, I came back, in the Brooks 2014 Inspiring
muster, and what I wrote was- Coaches Award, visit
Enduring a new round of chemo hasn't send;' she said."It has monopolized our life, n't there anymore," said DeHaas, who
stopped Keppel from moving forward with and I was jealous of it at times. But I think if n mers affectionately refer to as "Mima."
summer practices, waking up as the sun he didn't have cross-country, he wouldn't be "I had some good ideas there, too, and so
rises to get that little bit of cool air typically in the mindset that he's inAnd that is some- I had to think of it all again so that I could Keppel and his wife are heading to found only in the mornings during Florida thing that is a great outlet." write it a second time," she said. Seattle to learn who will win among the 25
summers. For just being named a finalist, the Land Keppel spent years as a media specialist coaches inAugust. For someone as well-travThat's the kind of effort that really moti- O' Lakes team has won $5,000 in running at Land O' Lakes High, but moved into the eled as Keppel is, this is the first time he's
vates his runners,like incoming senior Noah shoes, apparel and accessories from Brooks, American history department after those ever been to Washington, and he's looking
Thomas. as well as $500 in cash for team expenses. positions were cut last year.Yet, he still finds forward to it.
"He's just one of the strongest men I've The coach chosen as the most inspiring a way to connect with students, even off the However, he's also looking to not have
ever met;' the 17-year-old said."All through- on Facebook will win an additional $5,000 track, too many distractions as he prepares his
out this, he's still been there for us, and he's in Brooks apparel, plus $2,000 more in cash "He's a model for so many kids," DeHaas runners for what Keppel hopes will be anstill pushing us hard, and we push back for to the school's athletic department. said." He has helped so many kids get into other successful season, both as a team, and
him:' DeHaas, who Keppel recruited some colleges, and wrote letters you wouldn't as individual athletes.
It's the runners, his fellow coaches like years back to coach the girls cross-country believe how many. Anyone who came to "The true gratification of a coach is to
Karen DeHaas, and the parents that moti- team, did the initial work to get her col- him for help, he would help them, whether see the transformation of a kid who just ran
vate him to get up and tackle each day with league nominated. But it was a nomination it was something to do with sports, or some- a couple miles to a kid who can run a halffresh energy, Keppel's wife Dar said. that almost didn't happen. thing to do with academics. He is just a marathon by the end of summer," Keppel
"I think cross-country has been a god- "I spent a couple hours writing up every- wealth of information." said.

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By B.C. Manion The team worked well together because
bcmanion@ThkerfuLznews. corn they are friends and they respect each
other, the girls said. The team divided the
The trio jetted to Washington, D.C., to project into pieces, and each team member
meet with a member of Congress, to hear re- became an "expert" on one part of the projmarks from the chief executive of an ect.
international company, and to take part in Nobles also noted that the team benefittelevision mnterviews.And they are all still in ed from the help of Lee Marcum, of Clean
elementary school, and Green Enterprises, who took the time
Joey Santana, Sophia Nobles and Catie to talk to the team about his invention, the
Tomasello recently returned from a trip to Wave Wing.
the nation's capital, and a whirlwind of ap- While in Washington D.C., team mempearances there, The Countryside bers met with U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, and went
Montessori Charter School students took a tour of the Capitol Building led by staff
the trip to receive their second-place hon- members of U.S. Rep. Gus Bihirakis. Santana's
ors in their age division in the 22nd annual family also dropped by the office of U.S.
Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision STEM competi- Rep. Dennis Ross, where they posed for
tion, provided by the electronic s company photos.
and the National Science Teachers The kids also took part in two television
Association, STEM is an acronym for sci- interviews with Bill Nye the Science Guy,
ence, technology, engineering and and they participated in a science showmathematics, case. Other highlights included hearing
The team, coached by Lorna Cohen, fin- remarks from Atsutoshi Nishida, chairman of
ished among the top eight in the country. / Toshiba Corp., and doing some sightseeing.
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and 550 schools across the United States issues, according to the competition weband Canada, according to the contest web- site. Third-grade students from Merion
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Dee andllo MaterStylst nd wne ofannual conference in June.
Psco EDC won for best email campaign,
BUSINESS bestPannual report design and best special
event. These awards join six others the organization has received at the state and
,or D G EST national level over the past four years.
-"Marketing Pasco County to the business onFd n rv community locally, regionally and nationally
woul lik to ntrouceis a big part of what we do, and it is wonder* 6 06 -ful to see our efforts recognized on a state her -rea ea ofsylss level;' said John Hagen, president and chief
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ing with county agencies and local chambers nearly 1,300 people. cus coo0oiiain of commerce to host a job fair July 9 from 2 The Pasco EDC also was recognized for
*ole ses ea s natur*a*l p.m. to 6 p.m., at Land 0' Lakes High School. its annual report, designed to be a key part
textrizr, nd aveThe event will includes representatives of the organization's branding, as well as for
from the school district, the Pasco County its 12th annual NetFest, which provided an
*ova for etni har Sheriff's Office, Pasco County government, opportunity for business and community
the clerk of court, tax collector, United Way, leaders to meet and get to know each other Vist u atthe Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce in an informal environment.
and the Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of The Florida Economic Development 240RdnDieCommerce. Conference is the premier professional de** -Some of the positions being sought in- velopment event attended by economic,
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weiht!It' whn tey inaly The ceremony is sponsored by The than $120,000 in incentives as a result. come to the realization that, Florida Bar's young lawyers division, and "The governor's support in our work "I know I can't do this on my will be June 27 in Boca Raton. force endeavors have helped job seekers
own, I need someone to and employers in Pasco and Hernando
help me." That is when they GOIN' POSTAL DADE CITY counties get back to work;' said Jerome
call us. It's okay. Just pick HAS NEW OWNERS Salatino, chief executive of CareerSource
L o sts uDp the phone and call... that Chris and Aihisa Starnes are the new own- Pasco Hernando, in a release.The challenge
is hy e ae hre!ers of Goin' Postal Dade City, located at sought work force boards like the local one
iwhweaehr!14247 Seventh St. to provide services to just under 3,200 em7 It is a franchise of the Zephyrhills-based ployers. CareerSource Pasco Hernando did ii myil [Sm iiiI0 U I i the3*1: bes t sp )ei m VEl i! Goin' Postal, which now operates 250 stores. that and more, making 3,663 employer con-CRSWLIMS OT5 B AN HAS *EP **OFFR ER Hours are Monday trough Friday from tacts, and exceeding the goal by more than
8 am, to 6 p.m., and Saturday from 8 am. 115 percent. But even when the challenge to 1 P.M. ended, the local work force group didn't
stop, reaching out to an additional 485 emPASCO EDC WINS AWARDS ployers.
The Pasco Economic Development For more information on the services ofCouncil has received three promotional and fered by the group, visit them at marketing awards from the Florida, or call Economic Development Council during its (727) 484-3400.

lax collector looking for organ donors

Call now for a The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report the box on their license renewal or auto
The Pasco County tax collector's office is registration forms to contribute at least $ 1 COM PLIM ENTARY recognizing the need to add more names to to an education fund.The tax collector's ofthe organ donor list in June with a special fice also will accept cash donations. bo focus on license plates featuring the "With more than 900 patients currently
LifeLink Foundation/Donate Life. listed for lifesaving organ transplants at
transform ation One of the responsibilities of the tax cob- Tampa General Hospital, donation is a ci
lector is to help identify organ donors when cal issue throughout the Tampa Bay area;' they get their driver's license or identifica- said Betsy Edwards, senior public affairs coanalsistion card, according to a release, but there's ordinator with LifeLink, in a release.
ana ysi $ -...,.always need to add more organ and tissue "Whether it is becoming an organ donor,
~~~7i Sa az~ J TL donors, or making a contribution to the fund, your
'>~'. Fat Loss & Fitness xpert Right now, nearly 5,000 Floridians are on help will go a long way towards saving the
a waiting list for life-saving transplants. On a lives of people both locally and throughout f 7 PRIVATE PERSONAL TRAINING STUDIO national scale, 1 17,O00Americans are wait- our state,"Tax Collector Mike Fasano said, in
c, ing for the proper organ needed to continue a release.
8ur13.909.4939 living. Those interested in becoming an Contributions can be made at all the tax

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By Michael Hinman For the county to take command, howevmhinman@ akerlutznews corn er, commissioners need to beef up the
development staff, Commissioner Kathryn

The Pasco Economic Development Starkey said. Melanie Kendrick has been
Council might have pans on how the coun- one-woman show when it has come to such revenue from the just a single person to handle.
Penny for Pasco tax. "To me, this is one of the most important
But the group itself At9 things we can do;' Starkey said."This is how
might have to take a we lift our county up and become that preback seat in how that mier county and be attractive to those kindlo.
money is used. of companies that we want to bring here:'
"We've been en- Money to add people to the payroll is
trusted by the public going to have to come from somewhere,
to spend $5 million a Ted Schrader however, and commissioners may have toX year over the next 10 look at ways to accomplish it, either by raisyears, and the Pasco Economic Development ing development fees which are by far Council has asked to participate in that some of the lowest in the state or possispend with us;' county administrator bly even by raising taxes. Michele Baker told Pasco County commis- If property owners paid the same sioners at a recent meeting." Instead of being amount of taxes they did last year, the coun- 4
buried in planning and development, it ty would increase its overall revenue by needs to be in a place where it is clearly $3.4 million fueled primarily by new transparent And nothing against PEDC, but construction. If Pasco decided to keep the I'm not comfortable wit handing over that same millage as last year, at 7.344 1 mills, money. They are not subject to the same taxes for typical homeowners could go up oversight as we are:' by as much as $12.40 each year. But it
The Pasco EDC, a private organization would generate an additional $5.87 million that works to market the county to business- in revenue, with new construction once es and industry, had proposed to the again contributing, as well as rising property Visit us at our new branch in Land 0' Lakes, located commission last April that it borrow against values, in the Collier Commons Shopping Center. We offer
the Penny for Pasco tax.They could then use Even those dollars, however, might not the funds for projects like assembling land, be enough to pay for everything commis- many GOOD products and services for your constructing offices and warehouses on sioners want to budget like a 3 percent financial needs.
speculation, and even possibly considering a pay increase for county employees, across convention center, all to help attract outside the board. business to tecounty. "We would like to have an increase in GOOD Sevc s GOOD P o u t
"We'd rather get some of that revenue up- salary," Commissioner Ted Schrader said."But _____________ ______________front now, so that we can get more of an that is going to eat up the $5.8 million to get impact over the 1 0-year period, rather than that done, so we know where we're start- Free' hoebnn- Auto, home and business loans wait," Pasco EDC president and chief execu- ing:' Free oniebl-a Signature or small lon
tive John Hagen told commissioners at the With road improvements still needed, Free stt ens&ars *Lortecredit cards
time. "We need jobs, and we need economic there's a strong possibility that part of those Fremblbaint*Hhjiditestcckg development now." funds will come from an additional increase.Fre,.trs c ckn
Baker did agree wit one of the primary in property taxes, something Schrader has
recommendations Hagen made: the county said he opposes. If that were to happen, it *You may be charges access rates depending on your carrier. Online web access is neeoeo to use needs to act sooner rather than later. Even would generate approximately $5 million in Mobile Banking. Check with your service provider for details on specific fees ano charges. with nearly $5 million sitting in the bank additional revenue, but cost typical homeright now from projects yet to get underway owners an additional $24 mn property taxes like from Raymond James Financial and T each year. Rowe Price, those funds are for small play- Commissioners have yet to be presented ers, Baker said, and not enough for with next year's budget, but could start seesomething "big and impactful" ing early drafts as soon as next month.

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to citrus greening disease
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huanglongbing, commonly known as citrus in combating HLB in laboratory and green- Land 0' Lakes, FL 34639 greening disease. HLB is a pathogen that is house studies. transmitted by insects that causes fruit to The second, also funded up to $2 mil- 834828 w acivc~ o
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Although it was first recognized in the large-scale thermotherapy, since studies 1920s, HLB wasn't found in Florida until the have shown heating a tree to 120 degrees late 1990s, according to published reports. Fahrenheit for approximately 48 hours can
"USDA is committed to the fight against kill the HLB bacterium in the upper tree. citrus greening, including making major re- That allows the tree to regain productivity,
search investments to counter this officials said. destructive disease;' said USDA secretary A third project will use $2.5 million toS Tom Vilsack, in a releaseThe citrus industry establish several model groves in coopera- [iNiC i] T and the thousands of jobs it supports are de- tion with Florida Citrus Health Management I

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Grove 16 Cobb Theatres, 6333 Wesley Nursery care will be provided. For
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free summer kids shows at 10 a.m., every
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Upcoming shows are "Epic" and "Free Birds" Hillsborough County's Pet Resources
on June 25-26, and "The Croods" and" Shark Division is celebrating Adopt-a-Cat Month
Tale'July 1-3.All movies are rated PG. Doors by offering a 2-for-1 adoption special in
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camps are welcome. Same-day ticketing or color, can be adopted for a $10 fee,
only. For information, call (813) 948-5444. which includes vaccinations, spay/neuter
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TEACH AND TASTE WINE EVENT Connerton fireworks For information, call (813) 744-5660.
Time for Wine will host its "Passport to The Connerton community, located on U.S. 41 seven miles north of State Spain"Teach &Taste Event, for ages 21 and Road 54 in Land O' Lakes, is hosting a free old-fashioned Independence COUNTY OFFICES CLOSED JULY 4 older,June 25 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at Dash Day celebration July 5 starting at 5 p.m. The event will include live music, Pasco County government offices, including of Salt N' Pepper, 10353 Cross Creek Blvd., gay c e an face rating a t should in l ve mus. constitutional offices and courts, will be
Suite G/H,inTampa.There will be food and games, prizes and face painting. Guests should bring blankets and chairs, closed July 4 for Independence Day, and wine pairings, appetizer samples, recipes, Food trucks and refreshments will be available. Model homes will be open will reopen July 7.Also closed will be the and a cruise presentation. Cost is $15 per for tours. Fireworks begin at 9 p.m. tax collector's office, libraries, parks and
person, or $25 per couple. For information, recreation centers, animal services, and
call (813) 664-1430 or (813) 447-0781. Freedom Festival public transportation. For complete
The third annual Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel Freedom Festival will be information, visit GULFSIDE THRIFT SHOP SALES July 3 atThe Shops at Wiregrass, 28211 Paseo Drive in Wesley Chapel.The
To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Gulfside celebration begins at 5 p.m., and concludes with fireworks at 9 p.m.There CAKE & PIE CONTEST Hospice Thrift Shoppes will offer a 25 will be a watermelon-eating contest, bicycle decorating contest, and Little The GFWC Lutz Land O' Lakes Woman's percent storewide discount at its five Miss and Mr. Firecracker Pageant. For information, visit Club is looking for entries for the cake and
locations, on the 25th of each month T oA apie contest to follow the Fourth of July
throughout the year. Upcoming dates are parade. Entries can be dropped off from 4
June 25 and July 25.All stores are open 9 p.m. to 7 p.m.,July 3, or by 7:30 a.m.July 4,
a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Spar klebration at the Lutz Senior Center, 112 First Ave.,
For information, visit The annual Sparklebration festivities at the Pasco County Fairgrounds, 36722 N.W For information, call Marilyn State Road 52 in Dade City, will be July 4. Gates open at noon. The event in- Wannamaker at (813) 949-1482.
LUTZ GUV'NA FUNDRAISERS cludes hot dog and watermelon eating contests, bounce houses, water TAMPA THEATRE FUNDRAISER
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Lutz Civic Center.There will be a crackpot Free admission to history center Premium sampling begins at 7 p.m., and
luncheon June 26 from 10 a.m. to noon for tickets are $70 in advance. Grand sampling
$6, and a spaghetti dinner June 27 from 5 The Tampa Bay History Center, 801 Old Water St., in Tampa, is offering free begins at 8 p.m., and tickets are $45. p.m. to 7 p.m., for $6. For information, call admission and extended hours July 4. There will be uniformed re-enactors, Theater members save $5 off advance Sharon Bard at (813) 996-4909. and visitors can watch the Channelside fireworks from Cotanchobee Park. tickets. Guests are invited to dress as their
The center opens at 10 a.m. For information, call (813) 228-0097, or visit favorite character, or come in a "Loathing"CONTINUUM OF CARE MEETING inspired costume. For information, visit
Pasco County's Continuum of Care will
meet June 26 at 9 a.m., at Our Lady of the Independence Day Festival Rosary Catholic Church, 2348 Collier Avalon Park West, 5227 Autumn Ridge Drive in Wesley Chapel, will host its FREE SUMMER BOWLING Parkway in Land O'Lakes.Anyone free Independence Day Festival July 5. There will be bounce houses, food Temple Terrace,nis offering free bowing for
invited.Topics include strategic planning, trucks, vendors, giveaways, community performances, and a fireworks show kids this summer when their parents establishing housing options and at 9 p.m. For information, call (813) 482-5361. register them online. Kids can bowl three
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6 p.m., until Labor Day. For information or
SENIOR GAMES AT LIBRARY children ages 7 and older to learn the There will be helmet fitting, and the to register, visit AMEcom/university-lanes-fl.
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challenging video games. For information, race to see which car is the fastest. Kids will GREAT AMERICAN CAMPOUT and pack books in its storage unit at 54 Ucall (813) 929-1214, or visit take their cars home. Space is linited.To The NationalWildlife Federation is Store in Lutz. Day and evening reserve a spot, call (813) 907-7739. encouraging families to unplug and head opportunities are available.All hours
outside for the Great American Backyard contributed are eligible for Presidential
LOCAL AARP CHAPTER MEETING YARD SALE, CAR WASH Campout June 28.The event promotes Service awards.The organization is
The Land O' Lakes AARP Chapter 4764 will The Social Ministry of Messiah Lutheran camping in backyards to reconnect with approved for National Honor Society meet June 27 at 10:30 a.m., at the Land 0' Church & Preschool, 14920 Hutchison nature.The federation's campout website service hours.To complete an online Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land 0' Road in Tampa, will have a Granny's Attic offers packing lists, recipes, nocturnal application, visit Lakes Blvd. Guest speaker is Brian MacNeel Yard Sale and CarWash June 28 from 8 a.m. wildlife guides, exploration activities, nature on people protecting themselves from to 1 p.m. For information, call (813) 265- games and more. For information, visit KIDS EARN A FREE BOOK carjacking, home invasions, purse snatching 0806. Children in a reading level up to sixth grade
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By B.C. Manion Zephyrhills and Sunilake high schools imbcmnio~laerlL-nws~omPassing rates, 2014 com pared to 2013 proved their passing rate by 6percent, with
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gains on statewide end-of-course, or FOC, Statewide: 65 percent, up]1 percent Statewide: 64 percent, up]1 percent Wesley Chapel principal Carin Nettles
exams. Pasco: 65 pecnu ecn nrae Pso 7pret p3pretwas delighted with her school's results.
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areas in Florida, with the biggest gain being "We are very proud of the work our math
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Pasco has one of 13 school districts in Sttwd:6 ecnu 0pretSaeie 8pret p2pretThe principal credits collaboration the state that posted gains in all four FOC as- Statewi: 6 percent up 0 percent Statewi: 6 percent, up percent among faculty members during professional sessments, with its biggest improvement Palsboro: 7 percent, up percent Palsboro: 7 percent, n ecntg learning community meetings. Teachers are being an 8-point increase on the U.S. History Hlsroh:7pecnp14ecnt Hlboug:6pretocagesharing "the best common lessons and asassessment, Florida Education commissioner sessments for our students," she said.
Pam Stewart reported. Teachers also have provided tutoring to
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-Liane Caruso. businesses, but he will take part in the events
Throughout the morning, the Lutz-Land expected of the office.The grandfather of 12
Center, 101 First Ave. N.The 5K begins at 8 0' Lakes Woman's Club, the Boy Scouts and just pour together,"'he said, and great-grandfather of two knows, howeva.m., with the fun run and family walk start- a variety of other vendors will sell food, arts Helping local organizations with Lutz er, he's not going to match the enthusiasm ing at 8:45 a.m. and crafts and other items.Around 45 yen- Guv'na funds fits in with that philosophy and activity of the current titleholder
Male and female awards will be given out dor booths are expected for the event, and To reach the goal of raising the most "Suzin Carr has raised the bar;' Muffly for the 5K run in overall categories as well will be accessible near the train depot and money, Muffly's campaign has had plenty of said."She's out there doing stuff all the time. as age groups.The one-mile event will recog- the dog park. fundraisers. Drawings, dinners and garage There's no way I can match that:'
nize overall male and female winners, and Booths will cost $20, or $25 with access sales are some of the activities designed to put Carr, a two-time Guv'na, has done an exall finishers will receive a ribbon, to electricity him over the top and claim the title of Guv'na. cellent job representing the community, he
Following the races, a flag-raising cere- To participate in the 5K or one-mile The race usually includes outlandish said.
mony with the Boy Scouts and the Civil Air events, preregistration forms are available by campaign promises, and Muffly has a few Although he was almost more of a rePatrol will commence at the front of the e-mailing and placing ideas to undo some of the changes he's seen cruit than a volunteer to the race, Muffly Lutz Branch Library, 10 1W Lutz Lake Fern "Lutz I-Day Run Reg Form" in the subject over the years and bring back some fa- said he likes continuing a tradition that lets Road. line. Participants also can pick up registra- vorites that aren't around anymore. surrounding areas know that Lutz has a
After the flag raising is completed, the tion forms in person by visiting Big Fred's "One of the things I told them was if I proud, distinct identity that isn't going away. various 5K and fun run race winners across Auto Repair, 19301 U.S. 41 in Lutz Monday ever ran for Guv'na, I was going to tear "The biggest thing about it is it supports age and gender categories will receive tro- through Friday during the day. down Winn-Dixie and build Whataburger all the nonprofits in Lutz and it kind of says, phies. Then the parade starts, with around Until June 30, the cost for the 5 K race is back,"he joked. 'Yeah county, we're still us!"' he said.
100 floats, cars and pedestrians takig part $20, the one-mile event is $ 10, and registra -_____________________________________in the route, which begins near Lutz Lake tion for both is $22.After June 30, the cost Fern Road and ends on First Avenue S.W increases to $ 25, $ 15 and $ 27, respectively TRDthem as they need to be done.They don't
While participants don't need to do any- Same-day registration is available at the T RP from page 1 follow a strict work schedule:'
thing fancy for the parade which is free Lutz Community Center beginning at 6:30 In general, he found the people of the vilto enter there always are a number of a.m.All preregistered runners will receive a communities that I'm associated with and in lage to be laid back and to esteem the them who turn heads with their eye-catch- T-shirt, and later registrants will receive any my churches, both home and here, and with values of comfort, convenience and fun. ing floats, said Shirley Sitmmons, one of the remaining shirts on a first-come basis. people at school;' said Rasmussen, who is a As a student of linguistics, Rasmussen parade organizers. Attendees are encouraged not to park member of First United Methodist Church was fascinated by the fact that the villagers
"I think that, for the most part, they're near the Lutz Community Center, as cars of Lutz. "Lots of family and lots of church spoke a different language than mainland very original.They spend lots of time think- might not be able to leave before the end of members and even some of my peers pro- Thailand. ing about it and putting it together;' the parade. Recommended parking areas in- vided for me:' "Part of the trip is learning and realizing Simmons said. "It's just amazing to me how dlude south of Lutz Lake Fern Road or east Rasmussen spent three weeks in May in that language-learning and cultural-learning original some of them are:' of U.S. 411.hose parking west of U.S. 41 are Thailand. He seized the opportunity to go to is not only foundational for Bible translaWhen the parade concludes around 11 encouraged to park near the dog park in- the Asian country, and said the trip yielded tions and foundational of ministry, but that a.m., float winners will receive their awards stead of the community center. valuable insights. language learning is itself a ministry'" he said.
and the cake auction will begin.The money For volunteer information, call Suzin Carr "I think I got the affirmation out of it that Minority languages often are considered raised, which is usually several hundred dol- at (813) 453-5256. For general parade infor- God can use me in cross-cultural ministry," inferior by the nation at large, he explained. lars, will help fund next year's event. The mation, call Phyllis Hoedt at (813) 949-1937. he said. "It's something I'm able to do:' "So, by learning their language we show that cake and pie competition is sponsored by For float information, call Shirley Simmons Rasmussen spent much of his time im- their language is valuable and created by the GFWC Lutz-Land 0' Lakes Womian's Club. at (813) 949-7060. mersing himself in the culture of a Thailand God;' Rasmussen said."To be able to do Bible
Finally, the new Lutz Guv'na will be inau- For sponsorship and entry information village that's so small, the people there go translation, you have to know a tongue."
gurated, concluding several weeks of for the 5 K race, call Terry Donovan at (813) only by their first names. The college student said his trip to
"campaigning," where each candidate raises 949-6659. When he and his team arrived to the Thailand didn't shatter any previously held
money for local organizations.The candidate For cake decorating contest information, rural village in a pickup truck, Rasmussen misconceptions. He had been prepped well who raises the most money earns the cere- call Terrn Burgess at (813) 690-5790 or noticed many traditional wood homes built by the team leading the trip, he said, where monial title. MarilynWannamaker at (813) 949-1482. For on stilts. There were more modern ones, they were told,"When you're doing crossFive candidates are vying to replace cur- booth rental information, call Annie too, with concrete foundations, such as the cultural living and ministry, don't expect rent Guv'na Suzin Carr: Jerome Smalls, Cindy Fernandez at (813) 784-447 1. one where he stayed. anything.?
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By Michael Hinman Allen Altman and Cynthia Armstrong. The
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Luikart face challenger Marc Yacht.
L a n 0 L a e sA last-minute write in candidate almost At the state level, however, Minnie Diaz
L a n 0 L a e made the race for the Pasco County said she got a lesson in how not to run a
Commission District 4 race even more inter- campaign. The Pasco-Hernando State esting than it already is. However, Grady College adjunct professor failed to qualify in P LZPeeler Jr. pulled out of the race just as her race to succeed state Rep. Will
POAquickly as he entered last week. Weatherford, R-Wesley Chapel, after misun*That leaves just Commissioner Henry derstanding when she was supposed to file
4710 Landa 0' Lak~es Bo ulIeva rd Wilson Jr., to defend his seat against Mike her financial disclosure form.
(Corner of Hale Road & U.S. 41) Wells Jr., during an open primary in August "I assume full responsibility," Diaz said I
that will allow all voters no matter what did not fully grasp the process of qualifying their party affiliation is to decide be- week, and I did not understand what it truly tween the two Republicans. meant.There was a certain amount of confuWilson is working hard to make sure his- sion on my part. tory doesn't repeat itself. He was first Diaz had filed most of her paperwork a $ 5 DY S AE H EE IN elected to the commission in 2010 after a year ago, and even collected the necessary
major upset of incumbent Michael Cox, and 986 signatures before Christmas. However, is trying to stop being on the wrong end of she said she believed she had until July i to another incumbent defeat, this time at the file her financial disclosure form, but later hands of Wells, the son of county property learned that was only for incumbents. appraiser and former county commissioner Diaz filed that form, but more than two S m Mike Wells Sr. hours too late.
Th B E TE S m k n C o c Wells entered the race with a boom, Because of that, former Zephyrhills
r---------------------------------------------------showing he has the ability to raise a lot of mayor Danny Burgess wins the Republican
money fast. In just two months of campaign- nomination, and won't have to go through a I A L M E IC N ing,Wells has raised $45,600 compared to primary battle with Diaz. Instead, he can
Ithe just under $24,000 from Wilson. focus on his race in November against
M ADE E-LIQUIDS But money never worried Wilson too Democrat Beverly Ledbetter, who also qualimuch. In his first race, Wilson raised just fled last Friday. $ 5 .0 0 $8,700 pennies compared to the massive Returning to Tallahassee unopposed are
$163,000 campaign war chest collected by Trilby Republican Wilton Simpson in the $ 5 mO OCox, who at the time was the one Democrat Senate, and both Land 0' Lakes Republican
L--------------on the commission. Richard Corcoran and Tampa Democrat
41Land O'Lakes Blvd, Ste 20 If Peeler had qualified for the race, Janet Cruz in the House.
(Lad Oake Plza US41 Hae)Wilson and Wells would've still metAug. 26, Rep. James Grant, R-Tampa, earned a pri3-3 8- 98 0 orvap ~o but only Republicans would've been able to mary challenger on the final day of
www~atovapr~cm ---- vote. Instead, all voters will have a chance to qualifying from Miriam Steinberg, a quality
decide between Wilson and Wells, the win- engineer for Honeywell Aerospace. They ner claiming the District 4 seat. both will fight in a closed primary because
0 In the other county commission race for Daniel John Matthews of Tampa, who says
the District 2 seat currently held by Pat he works for a company called Cats on 19 Mulieri, all three Republican candidates Deck, earned a spot as a write-in candidate.
-Ken Littlefield, Mike Moore and Bob That means only Republicans will likely IRobertson have qualified.They will battle choose who represents House District 64.
Be k r a u e it out in the August primary among Dan Ralrson, R-Pn City, won' need a
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Yesterday's Treasures for Today's Collectors g Lakes resident Erika Remsberg, the only ballot after he received a write-rn challenge
*Democrat to file, from Jose Vazquez Figueroa, a self-employed
If Remsberg were to win, she would be Tampa resident. the first Democrat on the commission since Also getting a write-in challenge is Sen. Cox departed in 2010. Tom Lee, R-Brandon, who attracted two opMike Fasano got a big vote of confidence ponents, Brandon Thebeau and Steven
from county residents as no one challenged Warren, although neither will be listed on 0him for his seat as the county tax collector the ballot.
-He will serve a two-year term, facing elec- Rep. Mark Danish, D-Tampa, qualified for
tion again in 2016. his race against Republican challenger
Also returning to their jobs without op- Shawn Harrison.Voters in House District 63

FULL SERVICE PRINTING position are two school board members, will choose between them in November.

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High schools have come a long way in vendors. tb What is a sots gad ad who shiud war ne
preparing students for schools, with Florida The bill passed the Senate 36-3 in March, Q ,sosga n w o e oe
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and seniors to earn college credit before re- against it included local lawmakers Rep. and jaws from traumatic injury during sporting events. It is highly recommended that
ceiving their high school diploma. Mark Danish and Rep. Janet Cruz, both children as well as adults participating in the following sports wear a sports guard:
State Sen. John Legg, R-Lutz, is celebrating Democrats. Football Martial Arts Boxing.- Basketball Hockey.- Baseball/Softball
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By Michael Murillo fact, he believes athletes seek out those opmmu ilo@ akerlutznews corn portunities knowing that an education and a
big stage is their compensation.
The topic of paying college athletes is a "They know what they're getting into
controversial one. with that, Wmnterlmng said. "Athletes know
Yet a new poll by the Saint Leo Polling going in they're just getting the scholarship."
Institute suggests most people have already Students often choose those schools so
picked a side, and the answer is no. they can showcase skills at a program that
The national poll, conducted between gets wide media exposure and the possibiliMay 28 and June 4, asked 1,0 16 people -in- ty of playing for a championship, he said.
cluding 802 likely voters about the While PHSC is primarily a two-year colsubject of paying athletes, specifically foot- lege whose athletes play at the Division 11
ball and basketball players at high-profile level for the National junior College Athletic
schools, an undetermined amount of money AssociationWinterling spent several years
above and beyond traditional athletic schol- as an assistant baseball coach for Florida
arships.A strong majority, 66 percent, agreed State University, and is familiar with its sucwith the statement "Giving athletic scholar- cessful baseball and football programs.
ships and the chance to earn a college Florida State's athletes train in world
degree for free is fair compensation for col- class facilities, have access to top-rate medlege athletes, and they should not be paid: ical staff, and travel in above-average
just 21 percent of respondents agreed accommodations, he said. In fact, baseball
with the statement "College athletes deserve players from the school who went on to
to be paid for the time they spend practic- play professionally for Class A or Class AA
ing, traveling, and playing, above and beyond Minor League Baseball teams told him how
the value of any scholarships they might re- much better the school's conditions were
ceive." The remaining respondents, compared to their professional teams, from
representing 13 percent, said they didn't uniforms to locker rooms to equipment.
know or weren't sure. "One thing they always said when they
The poll has a margin of error of plus or came back was they didn't realize they had
minus 3 percent along with a 95 percent it so good at Florida State,7Winterling said.
confidence level, which represents the de- 0=71PHe believes paying players would create
gree of likelihood that the results truly fall more disparity between bigger schools with
within the stated margin of error 4104__________________________________ popular programs and wealthy boosters.At
While the pollsters at Saint Leo are main- COURTESY OF SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY the same time, howeverWinterling said he
ly concerned with creating a scientific poll, Jerrel Harris, a guard with the Saint Leo University basketball team, attempts a free throw understands smaller schools don't generate collecting the data and reporting their find- during a game last season. Like typical college athletes, Harris is not paid for his work, and as much revenue and that some athletes ings, even they weren't expecting such a a new survey says most people believe it should stay that way. have trouble making ends meet while in collopsided result, lege. He supports loosening college rules to
"It was definitely surprising," said Drew allow students more freedom to hold jobs
Gold, executive director of the Saint Leo United States, the findings have been report- "I'm definitely with the majority there. I while they go to school and play sports. Polling Institute. "I don't think anybody ex- ed in countries such as France, Germany just think you're opening up a can of The poll might not be used to actually afpected it to be that overwhelmingly against and India. worms," said Winterling, who also serves as fect policy, the National Collegiate Athletic
paying the athletes." And even as the findings might surprise the school's baseball coach." I'm in favor of Association could consider it strong eviWith the Olympics now utilizing profes- some people, Gold said the methodology is them not getting paid." dence that most people don't support
sional athletes, college sports is one of the sound, and the institute stands behind the Getting a free education in exchange for paying players, Gold said. last true high-profile amateur competitions, results, athletic play is a good deal for students, he in any case, the results show that while
and people seem to want to keep it that Pasco-Hernando State College athletic di- said, the topic generates interest and discussion,
way, he said. rector Steve Winterling wasn't one of the And his philosophy doesn't change when it's not an evenly divided issue at this time.
While it was a local school, Saint Leo, that people surveyed for the poll. But if he had taking into account that some athletes gener- "The public feels overwhelmingly that created the poll, the results have had global been, he'd be part of the 66 percent against ate a lot of revenue for their schools by they should not be paid. That's what the appeal. In addition to being discussed in the paying athletes, playing popular sports in a big spotlight. In numbers tell you," Gold said.

I "For sponsorship information, e-mail Oakstead, Lake Myrtle, Denham Oaks, League play also will feature ratings-only
ppalpirate@gmiail com. Odessa and Rushe middle schools, play regardless of age.
The clinic will be July 21-23 from 3 p.m. For information, call Walt Bockmiller at
*DOUBLES TENNIS to 6 p.m.The cost is $25 per student and in- (813) 527-8211.
O Nf PLAYERS SOUGHT cludes a T-shirt and an opportunity to cheer
SEND SPORTS NE WSTOMMURILLO@LAKERLUTZNEWS.COM Tennis 4 u/Tennis Para Ti is looking for with the varsity team at a game. MOOSE CHARITY doubles Tennis players for matches in Dade For information, email coach Pennye GOLF CLASSIC JULY 19 FREE SOCCER SESSION JUNE 28 city. Garcia at The Moose Charity Golf Classic will be
Free girls soccer training will be June 28 The organization also is offering private July 19 at the River Ridge Golf Club, 11022
at 9 am., at the Land 0' Lakes Recreation and group tennis lessons for players of all SENIOR SPORTS LOOKING Tee Time Circle in Port Richey.
Complex, 3032 Collier Parkway ages and skill levels. FOR PARTICI PANTS Registration is at noon, and the four-perThe training program is open to girls For information, call Jeanette Marcus at Senior Sports is looking for interested son scramble begins at 1 p.m.
whose birthdays occur between Aug. 1, (813) 417-0061, or e-mail tennis, volleyball, golf and bowling players There will be cash awards to the top
2005 and July 31, 2008.There is no cost.Two who live in Pasco County. three places, closest-to-the-pin winners, rafmore sessions will take place sometime in For information, call Walt Bockmiller at fles and other prizes.There also will be a
July. SUMMER CAMPS AT LAKE JOVITA (813) 527-8211. car prize for a hole-in-one on the 13th
Attendees should bring water, an inflated Lake Jovita Golf & Country Club, 12900 hole.
soccer ball and soccer equipment. Lake Jovita Blvd., in Dade City, will host VOLLEYBALL CAMPS IN JULY The cost is $45 per player.
Reservations are required. three camps this summer. Gaither High School, 16200 N. Dale For information or to sponsor a hole, call
To reserve a spot, e-mail Two general summer camps will include Mabry Highway, will host volleyball camps Bob Farrell at (727) 534-2294. golf, tennis and swimming, and one will be twice weekly this summer.
golf-specific that focuses on rules, swing The middle school camp runs through VOLLEYBALL CAMP FOOTBALL AND CHEER techniques and sportsmanship. July 16 on Mondays and Wednesdays, and STARTS JULY 21
JAMBOREE AUG. 9 The general summer camps will be the high school camp will run through The No Name Reps volleyball camp will
The Dade City Pirates, Pasco Police through June 27 and July 22-25, and the golf- July 17 on Tuesdays and Thursdays.All camp be July 2 1-24 at Bishop McLaughlin Catholic Athletic League and Lacoochee Boys & Girls specific camp will be Aug. 12-15. sessions will run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. High School, 13651 Hays Road in Spring Club will have their 2014 football and Each camp costs $300 per attendee. The cost is $75 per person. Hill.
cheer jamboree on Aug. 9 at John's Burks For information, call (352) 588-9200, or e- For information, call (813) 975-7340, or The first session is for fourth through Memorial Park, 13220 Gene Nelson Blvd., in mail email eighth grades, and runs from 9 a.m. to noon.
Dade City. The cost is $175 per player.


Land 0' Lakes Branch Library p.m.,July 11 Baby Time, 10:15 am., July 10,July 17, July 24 Baby Time, 10:15 a.m. and 11 am., every
Baby Storytime, 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., Japanese Class, 3 p,m, July 12 and July 26 and July 31 Tuesday
every Thursday Elementary Summer Reading Club Toddler Time, 11 a.m. July 10, July 17, English Practice @ Conversation Corner, 11
Toddler Storytime, 10:15a.m. and 10:45 am., "The Science of Taking Over the World," July 24 and July 31 am., July 1, July 8, July 15 and July 22
every Friday 2 p.m., July 16 Friday Movie Matinee, 2 p.m., July 11 Excel Introduction, 7 p,m,, July 1
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Pre-Teen SRC the Science of Being an Evil be reached at (813) 929-1214. Chair Yoga For All, 10:30 a.m., Closed July 4 for Independence Day
Genius, 2 p.m., June 27 July 16 and July 30 Excel Formatting, 7 p.m., July 8
Japanese Class, 3 p.m., June 28 Lutz Branch Library Bingorama, 2 p,m,, July 16 Senior Interest Group, 10:30 am,, July 9
Teen SRC Anime Club and Ice Cream, 6 Yoga & Dance, 11 am., June 25 Friday Movie Matinee, 2 p.m., Fizz, Boom, Pop, 2:30 p.m., July 9
p.m., July 1 Family Game Time, 2 p.m., June 25 July 11 and July 18 Hoopla, 2 p.m., July 10
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Elementary Summer Reading Club Closed July 4 for Independence Day Interactive Food Movie, 2:30 p.m., June 25 Excel Basic Calculations, 7 p.m., July 15
"Weather or Not,"2 p.m., July 9 Chess Do It at the Lutz Library, 1 p.m., July 5 Health Starts Here, 7 p.m., June 25 It's Alive, 2:30p.m,,July16
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July 11, July 18 and July 25 Puppet Show: "The Lorax," 11:30 a.m. and 2 Vegetarian And Gluten-Free Cooking with Teen Advisory Board Meeting, 6 p.m., July 17
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L cated at the extreme west end of
State Road 586 in Dunedin, there's a tate park called Honeymoon Island, which draws more than 1. 1 million visitors a year.
Beyond that, just a 20-minute ferryboat ride away, there's another place called Caladesi Island rated as America's No. 1 Beach in 2008 by Stephen P Leatherman, also known as Dr. Beach.
Both islands offer visitors plenty of opportunities to splash in the surf, search for shells and savor nature's splendor.There are boating, fishing and kayaking options too for those who enjoy being out on the water. There also are places to buy refreshments and shady picnic areas to gather with family B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTOS
Thoug qutedifretbthisadsofe This idyllic scene provides a glimpse of the tranquility and beauty awaiting visitors at Caladesi Island. You can get there on a 20-minute ferry
Thrownh glipe oifent paradis adsofe ride from Honeymoon Island State Park, or walk about four miles north from Clearwater Beach. Caladesi Island, for instance, is secluded.
"You're away from it all when you're out
there;' said Pete Krulder, park manager foray Honeymoon Island State Park." "It is a very special place for a lot of people:'
Lots of tourists visit Caladesi because they've heard about its beach rating, Krulder said.
Honeymoon Island, on the other hand, draws substantial numbers of people from Florida, and from Tampa Bay in particular.
"We're the most-visited state park in the state of Florida;' Krulder said."We have folks who are in here twice a day. Caladesi is more of the occasional visitor. Honeymoon, you see the same visitor every day."
The busiest times at Honeymoon Island State Park are from March until right after Labor Day, Krulder said.There also is an an--
nual uptick when winter residents arrive.
Caladesi's busy times mirror Honeymoon Honeymoon Island State Park has places where people can enjoy the beach Island's, though it tends to draw more snow- and also a pet beach for pets. People who enjoy being on the water can rent birds when the weather is nice, Krulder kayaks, too. said. Caladesi gets a fair amount of boat traf- 4
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the parking lot was filled with cars, mostly yHT omou go ad ttePr and great-horned owl nests. top of the tree on the edge of a nature trail at Honeymoon
from Florida. But there also were cars from WHAT: Honaeyo Island. Satte Parm Wildlife on the islands in- Island State Park. Ohio, Illinois, Vermont, New Jersey, weRE: Cauewa Bld. tthe Roiuedtrem cludes raccoons, snakes and ______________________Kentucky, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, WEt en ofm Statel Runod, 58 in y Dunedin gopher tortoises. While the Georgia, Connecticut, North Carolina and WHEN: 8angrm. til sundown vehidays uea Eastern Diamondback rattlesnake has been Ancient ceremonial and burial mounds Arkansas. CoST Rangpepesrn $2 d to$boiclsup known to slither there, snake sightings are show Native Americans occupied the island
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shelling and beautiful nature trails, Krulder IO:Cl(7)46-92may find it interesting to learn that After the Spanish conquest of La Florida
said.And at Caladesi, there's a marina. Honeymoon and Caladesi islands were both in the 1500s, the island was used for seasonThere's also a kayak trail that traverses One tree, on the north end of once part of a larger land mass called Hog al encampments and fish ranches.Tall ships through the mangroves. Honeymoon Island's nature trail was core Island, named after the hogs that roamed moored offshore, and soldiers and sailors
"There are spots where you can barely dated in 2007, and discovered to be at least freely there.A hurricane struck that island in came ashore to hunt, fish and camp, the sign paddle, it's that narrow," Krulder said. 185 years old, he said. That means the tree 1921, splitting it in two.The resulting water says.
"Both Honeymoon and Caladesi have would have sprouted during the second passage between the two islands is called No one seems to know the origin for some of the few remaining virgin slash pine term of President James Monroe, the na- Hurricane Pass. Caladesi Island's name, Krulder said, but an
forests in the state of Florida;' Krulder added, tion's fifth president. Hog Island took on a new persona entire book has been written about a homenoting those forests have never been logged. Other interesting features along the through a promotional campaign by its steader who settled there in 1892.
owner at the time, Clinton Washburn. In her book, "Yesteryear, I Lived in
Washburn and Life magazine in 1939 had a Paradise," Myrtle Scharrer Betz describes the contest for newlyweds, with winners receiv- idyllic life of growing up on Caladesi Island, Pete ing a two-week stay on what became a place where her father, Henry Scharrer,
Krulder, known as Honeymoon Isle. built a house.
par mn-Little cottages were constructed to When Betz was growing up, Krulder
ar ma- house the honeymooners, who were flown said,"She rowed a boat from the south end
Honemoo ~.on and off of the island.The palm-frond hon- of Caladesi Island to Main Street in Dunedin.
Islad Sateeymoon huts had appropriate names, such They say she very rarely missed a day of
as "Lover's Nook:' school:'
Par, ds-Pictures from 1940 at the Rotary The future of Honeymoon Island was
srpaysk Centennial Nature Center on Honeymoon threatened during the 1960s.
scrapbook Island depict some of those couples, ham- "There was an attempt to develop the istoes of a ming it up for cameras. land.What they wanted to do was make the
coule' Krulder recently received a scrapbook island 10 times its natural size;' Krulder said.
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