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The church, at 3758 Maryweather Lane in Wesley Chapel, is now having monthly meetings on the second Wednesday of the month, which begins with evening prayer at 6:30 p.m., and then is followed by a core group meeting. It currently has four core group members, but needs a dozen to create the various teams needed to launch the church, said the Rev. Adrienne Hymes, whose official title is Diocesan Missioner for Church Extension. The core group is focusing on the areas of theological and spiritual formation; discipleship, evangelism and mission. Efforts continue to recruit additional core group members. Members of that group need to be people with vision who can see things that are not yet there, Hymes said. While much work remains to be done, Hymes is encouraged by the progress so far. The Holy Spirt has really been active in this ministry, she said. It (the church planting) is moving faster than the plan on paper. The church is planning a soft launch in June, when it will transition to weekly Wednesday evening prayer meetings and core group meetings. It also will begin Sunday 9 a.m. services. The hope is for an official launch of the church in November, Hymes said. The church opened at its current location during the week of Ash Wednesday, allowing it to have its first Ash Wednesday service there. Fourteen people attended. CHRISTINE HOLTZMAN INSIDE, PAGE 1B B Easter events are scheduled across the region this week, offering ways for families to have affordable fun, and opportunities for spiritual reflection and celebration. There are also a number of Passover events scheduled, which are included in an accompanying story. Many churches offer Holy Thursday, or Maundy Thursday services, which is March 29 this year, as well as Good Friday services on March 30, Easter vigil services on March 31 and Easter services on April 1. This list is just a sampling of the events and services being offered in The Laker/Lutz News coverage area. Please check local church websites for more details.LUTZ All Saints Lutheran, 5315 Van Dyke Road, will have Maundy Thursday services at noon and 7:30 p.m.; Good Friday services at noon and 7:30 p.m.; Easter Vigil at 7:30 p.m.; and Easter services at 7 a.m. and 10 a.m., and an egg hunt at 9 a.m. Bay Hope Church, 17030 Lakeshore Road, will have a new Good Friday Experience, which invites families to walk with Jesus during his final hours. The experience lasts about 30 minutes, and is offered between noon and 2 p.m., and 5 and 7 p.m., on Good Friday. Services will be on March 31 at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m., and on Easter at 9:30 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Crosspointe Church at 919 DebuelRegion offers Easter festivities FILE Gov. Rick Scott signed off on an $88.7 billion state budget for fiscal year 2019, and had a light touch with his veto pen. He cut about $64 million in contrast to the $410 million that was axed from the previous years $82.4 billion budget. Pasco County got most of the items on its wish list, including $15 million for the Overpass Road interchange at Interstate 75, and $4.3 million for the Thomas Varnadoe Forensic Center for Research and Education located at the Land O Lakes Detention Center. The city of Zephyrhills also will receive $1 million for the proposed Sarah Vande Berg Tennis Center, $5.9 million for upgrades at the municipal airport, and $750,000 for a road study. They are a great boost to us in improving our area, said Zephyrhills City Manager Steve Spina. Its very helpful. Were just really pleased. Overall, Pasco County did much better in 2019 than 2018. Several projects that were cut previously made it safely through the budget process this year.The new budget becomes effective July 1.The redesigned Overpass Road interchange is a high priority for Pasco as part of an evolving road network to handle growth along the Connected City corridor. The 7,800 acres within the corridors district includes new developments, such as Epperson and Mirada. But, more residential and commercial projects are expected to bring new residents, and a more urbanized landscape to northeastern Pasco. The forensic center is a joint venture with Pasco County, the Pasco County Sheriffs Office, Pasco-Hernando State College and the University of South Floridas Institute for Forensics and Applied Science. Construction on the multi-building campus is expected to begin in late summer or early fall, according to Chase Daniels, assistant executive director at the sheriffs office. Research already is underway at the Adam Kennedy Forensic Field, also known as a body farm. The city of Zephyrhills will receive funds for several projects, including the planned regional tennis center. A management company for the facility is in place. The approximately $3.4 million project is in planning stages. The citys city council was expected to approve a contract for the design at its meeting on March 26. The funds for the airport will help pay for extending the runway, building an internal road and expanding hangar capacity. A planning and engineering study will look at extending State Road 56 to U.S. 301, State Road 39 and Chancey Road. That would make it kind of a bypass, said Spina. The biggest loss in the governors veto items is the $4.7 million requested for the Morningside Drive extension in Dade City. Scott cut the funds, citing in a budget letter that the project didnt go through proper evaluation protocol. It was one of a handful of road projects rejected for the same reason. Pasco projects win big in 2019 state budget

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By Kevin Weisskweiss@lakerlutznews.comTwenty years after he hiked the Appalachian Trail, Jeff Alt’s expedition lives on. Alt hiked an average of 17 miles a day, for nearly five months in 1998, to walk 2,160 miles, from Springer Mountain, in Georgia, to Mount Kadahdin, in Maine. Hiking the Appalachian Trail was not only a personal goal but also a way to support people with developmental disabilities, including Alt’s brother, Aaron, who has cerebral palsy. Because of that commitment, as fellow hikers in his group quit, Alt persevered. He made a trek of an estimated 5 million steps, overcoming everything from extreme weather and scary wildlife encounters, to persistent aches and pains. The achievement since inspired the Sunshine 5K, Walk, Run and Roll which just celebrated its 20th annual event in Greenville, Ohio, and has raised more than $500,000 for people with developmental disabilities. It benefits the Ohio-based Sunshine Communities, which supports individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, as they live, work and play on their terms. It’s also where Alt’s disabled brother lives. Alt will be in town this week to share stories and sign the 20th anniversary edition of his best-selling memoir, “A Walk for Sunshine,” on March 29 at 7 p.m., at Barnes & Noble Carrollwood,11802 N. Dale Mabry Highway in Tampa. The renowned hiker shared a few of those stories and anecdotes from his long, arduous 147-day journey in a recent interview with The Laker/Lutz News. Born, raised and still living in Ohio with his wife and two children, Alt has several familial ties to the Lutz and Carrollwood area. These family members served as his support system during the adventure. His brother, Larry Alt, of Lutz, greeted him at the beginning and end of the Appalachian Trail. His sister Stephanie Pitts, of Lutz, served as his “unofficial, official public relations person,” updating friends, relatives and media throughout the journey. Her husband, Dan Pitts, of Lutz, joined Alt in hiking the final leg of the Appalachian Trail. And, his stepfather, Ron Almendinger, of Northdale, often shipped supply boxes to Alt on the trail. Each gesture kept him motivated and boosted morale, Alt said. “Everybody played a role…so I could focus on the journey. They were like my cheerleading squad,” Alt said. He recalled his adventure getting off to a shaky start. On the very first day, Alt had to wrap his feet in duct tape, after several blisters formed on both feet, as a result of placing his boot orthotics on the wrong feet. “One blister is extremely painful,” he said. “But, this was excruciating.” Alt gave himself the self-deprecating nickname “Wrongfoot” to bring a bit of levity to his own error. “I just reminded myself that I just needed to laugh it off,” he said. The next day, Alt was close and personal with a skunk on top of his sleeping bag. Luckily, he was able to shoo it away without getting sprayed. That wasn’t the only “hair-raising” encounter with Mother Nature. He was charged by a mama bear in Maine, before it abruptly dashed off into the woods with a pair of baby cubs. Another stress-inducing — and painful — moment came while traversing the Great Smoky Mountains. That’s where Alt suffered a bad ankle sprain in the middle a 12-foot snowdrift, while trying to balance his 55pound backpack on one leg. “I thought at that moment, ‘My journey just ended.’ That was the only time that I didn’t think I was going to make it,” Alt said. He took a few days off, to reduce the swelling, then resumed his journey. Every day was painful, Alt said, joking that ibuprofen is referred to as as ‘Vitamin I’ in the hiker community. “Literally, when you took your pack off at the end of the day, your body would say, ‘What did you just do to me? You’re going to feel this all night,’” Alt said.COLD AND HUNGRYThe majority of fellow hikers that year quit because of frigid temperatures, which sometimes dropped to 20 below zero. “It was so cold, at one point, if you took your boots off at night and didn’t put them in your sleeping bag, they would freeze in the position your foot was before you took it off, and then the leather would cut your feet open because it was still frozen in the morning,” Alt said. He had never-ending food cravings. “Your appetite quadruples,” Alt said. “I could eat a half gallon of ice cream as a www.LakerLutzNews.com March 28, 20183A from the staff at HairPor t BLESSED EAS T A VE V R EJ O I C E AND HA he i s ri s T ER en 8 139 2346 R (BEHIND WENDYS) 8 13-909-87 1 € 9 09-1432 L a k O Land € R aden D r 1 0 k e s snack. I could eat a whole pizza and then go eat dinner.” Even so, he lost 30 pounds, which he refers to as “the Appalachian Diet Plan.” He also has many positive experiences on his trek. He marveled at the friendliness and kindness of people he met along the trail. Complete strangers would invite him into their homes, and would offer something to eat and drink, and the use of their shower. “It left a very warm feeling in my heart,” he said. Along the way, he crossed paths with military folks, recent college graduates, a wealthy stock trader, to name a few. He met a man who had abruptly quit his job to hike, and a fair number of homeless people, too. “You meet all kinds of people. It’s America, really,” he said. He also observed there was something to appreciate about each of the 14 states he walked through, including breathtaking views and varying geology. Even after walking 5 million steps, Alt said the expedition wasn’t truly complete until he could share the news with his brother Aaron, back in Ohio. His brother doesn’t speak, but he does communicate through gestures and smiles. Seeing him, Alt said, ended his journey — “knowing that he understood and smiled.” SUBSCRIPTIONS: The Laker/Lutz News is a free newspaper distributed to 44,800 homes and businesses in Pasco and Hillsborough counties. Mail sub scriptions are sold to cover postage cost: $40/3 months, $80/6 months, $160/12 months. DELIVERY PROBLEMS:If you do not receive your paper, or want to stop home delivery, email ken@floridacirc.com. Or, to stop delivery, go to www.lak erlutznews.com, select “About” tab and complete “Opt Out” form. ADDITIONAL COPIES: A listing of boxes and business locations is on our home page at www.lakerlutznews.com. EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS: Suggestions for stories and news coverage are welcome. Please send ideas to news@lakerlutznews.com, or call our newsroom at 813 -909-2800. ADVERTISING ERRORS: Publisher is not responsible for errors in advertising beyond the space cost for the first insertion, or for the validity of cl aims made by advertisers. MEMBER: Central Pasco Chamber, Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber, Greater Zephyrhills Chamber, Greater Dade City Chamber, Florida Press Ass ociation, Free Community Papers of Florida, Southeast Advertising Publishers Association, Association of Free Community Newspapers, Independent Free Newspapers of America.Advertising and editorial content 2015 by Manatee Media Inc. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden without prior writt en permission from the publisher. The LAKER/ Lutz NEWS ADVERTISINGTERRI WILLIAMSONSenior Account Managertwilliamson@lakerlutznews.comRACHEL THOMPSONClassified & Directory Salesrthompson@lakerlutznews.comDESIGNACCOUNTINGMATTHEW MISTRETTAArt Directormmistretta@lakerlutznews.comSTEFANIE BURLINGAMEGraphic Designersburlingame@lakerlutznews.comMARY EBERHARDmeberhard@lakerlutznews.comLOCATION : 3632 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Suite 102 € Land O Lakes, FL 34639 MAIL : P O. Box 479 € Lutz, FL 33548 PHONE/FAX : ph: 813.909.2800 € fax: 813.909.2802 IT SUPPORT : STEVE MISTRETTA WEBSITE : www.lakerlutznews.com FACEBOOK : www.facebook.com/lakerlutznews TWITTER : www.twitter.com/lakerlutznews EMAIL : news@lakerlutznews.com € sales@lakerlutznews.comPUBLISHER & OWNER : DIANE KORTUS, dkortus@lakerlutznews.com LUTZ, ODESSA, LAND O LAKES, WESLEY CHAPEL, NEW TAMPA, ZEPHYRHILLS, DADE CITY Serving Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 KATHY STEELEStaff Writer ksteele@lakerlutznews.comB.C. MANIONEditor bcmanion@lakerlutznews.comKEVIN WEISSStaff Writer kweiss@lakerlutznews.comMARY RATHMANEditorial Assistantmrathman@lakerlutznews.comEDITORIALDISTRIBUTION : Florida Circ, LLC € ken@floridacirc.com ANNE KIBBEAccount Managerakibbe@lakerlutznews.comCUSTOMER SERVICE CAROLYN BENNETTcbennett@lakerlutznews.com If you goJeff Alt book signing event WHAT:Jeff Alt will share stories about his Appalachian Trail journey and sign the anniversary edition of “A Walk for Sunshine.”WHERE:Barnes & Noble Carrollwood, 11802 N. Dale Mabry Highway in TampaWHEN: March 29 at 7 p.m.INFO:(813) 962-6446 Renowned hiker to share his stories in TampaCOURTESY OF JEFF ALTIt took Jeff Alt 147 days to trek the entirety of the 2,160-mile Appalachian Trail, which stretches from Georgia to Maine and 12 other states in between. Relatives in Lutz and Carrollwood served as his support system along the way. Jeff Alt’s Appalachian Trail statistics: Carried a pack that weighed 50 pounds  Went through three pairs of boots  Averaged 17 miles a day  Had 22 boxes of supplies shipped to him along the way  Slept mostly in three-walled shelters, though did carry a tent  Completed the trek in 147 days (nearly five months)  Lost 30 pounds

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Expires 4/30/18 813-996-1211 4005 Land O Lakes Blvdon U.S. 41 in Land O Lakes Monday Night BUFFET$8.995pm-8:30pm 4A BONSAI TREE DEMOSEves Garden Gifts, 5601 Land O Lakes Blvd., in Land O Lakes, will host free bonsai tree demonstrations and a seminar on March 31, and every Saturday in April, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Participants can learn correct container size, trimming, potting and shaping of the tree. Bring your own bonsai for staff to demonstrate on. For information, call (813) 996-5012, or visit EvesGardenGifts.com.SENIOR CENTERThe Land O Lakes Senior Center, 6801 Wisteria Loop in Land O Lakes, offers activities for age 60 and older, such as adult coloring, music, word search, games, karaoke, Wii, bingo, crafts and more. Coming up on April 3, there will be a rock painting session. The center is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. For information, call (813) 929-1200, or visit PascoCountyFl.net, and click on Seniors under the Residents header.MOBILE VET CENTERThe Mobile Vet Center will be at the K9 Partners for Patriots open house March 31 from noon to 3 p.m., at 15322 Aviation Loop Drive in Brooksville. A Veteran Outreach Program specialist will be available onsite to provide readjustment counseling services. There are no pets allowed at the open house, except for service dogs. For information, visit VetCenter.va.gov or K9PartnersForPatriots.com.FAMILY FUN NIGHTMyrtle Lake Baptist Church, 2017 Reigler Road in Land O Lakes, will host a Community Family Fun Night March 31 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. There will be games and free food, such as hot dogs and popcorn. Admission is free. For information, visit MyrtleLake.org.JELLY BEAN FLINGThe Pioneer Florida Museum & Village, 15602 Pioneer Museum Road in Dade City, will host its annual Jelly Bean Fling March 31 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be an Easter egg hunt, a bounce house and slide, a petting zoo, Touch-A-Truck, face painting, kids raffles, games, barrel train rides, vendors, food, photos with the Easter Bunny, and make-your-own Easter bonnet. Armbands ($5) will be available for select activities. Mr. Tommy also will be there to entertain. Admission is $5. Parking is free. For information, call (352) 567-0262. For a schedule of events, visit PioneerFloridaMuseum.org.AVALON PARK EGG HUNTAvalon Park West, 5216 Autumn Ridge Drive in Wesley Chapel, will host an Easter egg hunt March 31. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., there will be a bounce park and Easter Bunny photos. The egg hunt starts at 11 a.m. Admission is free. TEEN FINANCESThe Lutz Branch Library, 101 Lutz-Lake Fern Road, will offer a seminar on Raising a Financially Independent Teen April 2 at 6:30 p.m. Bring your teen and learn about strategies for saving, identifying what financial skills your child should know, and how to approach the three most important decisions they will make about money. Younger children also can attend. For information, call (813) 273-3652.PLANNING MEETINGThere will be an Appreciate Pasco planning meeting April 3 and April 10 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Land O Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, to discuss the Good Deeds Day Festival scheduled for April 15. For information, call Elise Mysels at (813) 9568661.MEET NATURE CATThe Glazer Childrens Museum, 110 W. Gasparilla Plaza in Tampa, will present Meet Nature Cat, from the PBS show, on Free Tuesday, April 3 during posted times between 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Nature Cat helps kids connect with the natural world with age-appropriate nature education. Learn more at PBS.org/parents/naturecat. For videos and activities, visit PBSKids.org/naturecat.PHOTOGRAPHY CLUBThe Land O Lakes Photography Club will meet April 3 at 7 p.m., at Land O Lakes Heritage Park, 5401 Land O Lakes Blvd. The topic will be shutter speeds and/or depth of field. All levels of photographers can attend. For information, call or text (813) 838-1473, or email LandOLakesPhotoClub@gmail.com.CARROLLWOOD TOASTMASTERSThe Carrollwood Toastmasters will host its International Speech Contest April 4 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., at the Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library, 2902 W. Bearss Ave. For information, visit Carrollwood.toastmastersclubs.org.BOOK SALEThe Friends of the Land O Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, will host a spring book sale April 6 and April 7 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be a preview sale April 5 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., for the cost of $5. For information, call (813) 929-1214.DINOSAUR ZOO LIVETampa Theatre, Erth Visual & Physical, and Red Tail Entertainment will present Erths Dinosaur Zoo Live April 5 at 7 p.m., at the Tampa Theatre, 711 N. Franklin St., in downtown Tampa. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for kids age 17 and younger. This live performance is appropriate for ages 5 and older. For tickets, visit TampaTheatre.org. For information about the show, visit DinosaurZooLive.us.AUDUBON SOCIETYThe West Pasco Audubon Society will meet April 7 at 11 a.m., at the Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park Education Center, 10500 Wilderness Road in New Port Richey. The guest speaker will be Barbara Walker, president of the West Pasco society, coordinator of Eagle Watch, and a member of the Florida Audubon Board. The topic will be Plants for Birds. There also will be a native plant sale. The same day, there will be a nature walk starting at 8 a.m. For information, call Mike Ranck at (813) 4550588, or visit WestPascoAudubon.com.SUMMER CAMP EXPOThe second annual Family Friendly Summer Camp Expo-Tampa edition will take place April 7 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., at George M. Steinbrenner Field. Admission includes the Tampa Tarpons home opener at 6:30 p.m., with free fireworks after the game. The expo will feature more than 50 summer camp/activities exhibitors, including specialneeds camps; a kids throwing practice; a Fun Zone; face painting; live entertainment with Mr. Tommy; character visits; giveaways; educational workshops; and free swag bags for the first 250 kids. To preregister for $1 admission, visit tinyurl.com/y95grqlf. For information, call (813) 331-5579.AN AMERICAN TAILThe Tampa Theatre, 711 N. Franklin St., in downtown Tampa, will present the animated film, An American Tail, as part of its Family Favorites Film Series, April 8 at 3 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults, and $8 for ages 12 and younger. For information, visit TampaTheatre.org.GENEALOGY SEMINARThe Lutz Branch Library, 101 Lutz-Lake Fern Road, will present Genealogy: United States Church Records & Immigration April 9 at 12:15 p.m. The guest speaker will be Kelly Whitelock of Tampa Bay Roots. For information, call (813) 273-3652.PLANT CLINICSUF/IFAS Extension of Hillsborough County will offer these upcoming plant clinics: April 9 at 6:30 p.m.: Propagating Antique Roses, at the Lutz Branch Library, 101 LutzLake Fern Road April 10 at 7 p.m.: Succulents and Cacti 101, at the Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library, 2902 W. Bearss Ave. For information and to register, call (813) 744-5519.NATIVE PLANT SOCIETYThe Nature Coast Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society will meet April 10 at 7 p.m., at Land O Lakes Heritage Park, 5401 Land O Lakes Blvd. The guest speaker will be Tonya Clayton on Sea Level Rise in Florida: News from Our Natural Areas. There will be light refreshments and a native plant drawing. For information, call Sandy Vanno at (727) 207-1853.JUNIOR CLUB FUNDRAISERThe GFWC Pasco Junior Womans Club will host a fundraiser at Panera, 23388 State Road 54 in Lutz, April 11 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Orders will be taken online for rapid pickup or delivery, by using the promo code word FUND, to have a portion of the proceeds donated to the organization.SANDWICH & SHOWERSThe Church at Chancey Road, 34921 Chancey Road in Zephyrhills, offers Sandwich & Showers on Tuesdays at 4 p.m., and Fridays at 10 a.m., for those living in the community that have no running water or no hot water. 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A childs $15 wristband includes unlimited play in the bounce house and pony rides, as well as the egg drop. To participate in just the egg drop, the cost is $5 per child. All adult admissions are $5. Preregistration is required. For information and to RSVP call (727) 433-5865. Guvna Guvna raceThe Lutz Civic Association is looking for Guvna Race candidates. Those interested must live or work in Lutz, and have a desire to help community charitable organizations. The race has been part of the Lutz community for almost three decades. The winner is announced at the Lutz Independence Day Parade on July 4. If interested, please email jenn4parade@gmail.com.

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5A HAVE YOUR PICTURE TAKEN WITH THEEASTER BUNNYMarch 31 9:00-5:00VENDORS GALORE!Hotdogs, hamburgers & so muc h more. Petting Zoo Touch-A-Truck Face Painting Easter Egg Hunt Bounce House & Slide Kids Raffles Games*: jelly bean relays, sack races, treasure hunts & so much more! Barrel Train Rides*: with Conductor Joe* $5 armbands available for unlimited selective activities. Does not include Bounce House & Slide. Mr. Tommy 11am-2pm Join Mr. Tommy in the Easter parade with your bonnetsPrizes for top three bonnets! Easter Egg Hunt Noon We will supply the bags.Four age Groups: 1-5 years @ 11:00 6-9 years @ 12:30 10-12 years @ 2:00 PRESENTS: 1 mile north of downtown Dade City off US Hwy 301 at 15602 Pioneer Museum Road 33523 352-567-0262 LIKEus on Facebook at Pioneer Florida Museum & Village www.pioneerfloridamuseum.org Chances of a close encounter between Florida manatees and boaters increase in the spring. Thats when manatees leave their winter refuges and travel along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts, and through inland waters. For boaters, it is the time to be especially vigilant to avoid colliding with these large aquatic mammals. From April 1 through Nov. 15, seasonal manatee zones require boaters to slow down in certain areas to prevent manatees from being struck by motorboats or personal watercrafts. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commissions enforcements officers will be on patrol in state waters to remind boaters of the seasonal manatee speed zones and take enforcement actions when deemed necessary. Underwater manatees can be difficult to detect, so operators of boats and personal watercrafts can help by following these tips from the FWCs Manatee Management Program: Wear polarized sunglasses to help spot manatees. Look for large circles in the water, also known as manatee footprints, indicating the presence of a manatee below. Look for a snout sticking up out of the water. Follow posted manatee zones while boating. Report an injured, distressed, sick or dead manatee to the FWCs Wildlife Alert Hotline at (888) 404-3922. Manatee zones and maps are available at MyFWC.com/Manatee, by selecting Protection Zones for links to the county maps.Close encounters with manatees on the rise FILE STEFANIE BURLINGAME

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6A faith &WorshipEaster Services and Activities 2018 m om co vi c orship 7:15am Easter Ser W Sunrise APRIL 1ST All are Welc Celebrate Ea s Lak L an d O W 29617 State Road 54, in the heart of We esl Just minutes from Zephyrhills, e es, & o m e! s ter T l ey Chapel.New Ta ampa c e 8am & 10am M A The Last Supper TH U Y Y, MAUNDY GOO D SATURDAY Hol y PM 4 TO 2 1 3 Processionals & Re-Enactment PM 7 & NOON 0 3 MARCH Y, Seder Meal M 6:30 P 9 2 MARCH D U RSDAY FRIDAY A RCH y Week Services ch of Lutz Chur Jelly Bean Jambo r Easter First United M e .FantasticFir s www Lutz Lake 960 W Celebration Services 8, 9:4 5 Lakeside Sonrise S SUND R r ee & Easter Egg Hunt EASTER e thodist g s t.or n Rd. Lutz, FL 33548 5 & 11:30 AM S ervice 7 AM 1 APRIL Y, DAY Fer Y WEEK AND Y AL L HOL MARCH 29TH MAUNDY THUR S Noon and 7:00 p.m. Service of Holy Com m Y Y L ARE WEL CO ME!!! D EASTER SUNDA a.org pa t a a pa t a av g h a venue, t amp gracet amp SDA AY Y m union A AY Y a rkness H E RESURRECTION v ice) Communion 813-961-8747 3714 West L inebau g MARCH 30TH GOOD FRID A Noon and 7:00 p.m. Hope Even in the D a SUNDA APRIL 1ST EASTER SUNDA AY Y AY Y OF T H 6:30 a.m. Sunrise Service (Outdoor Ser v 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Festive Services with Holy H ol y Week : Thursday,March 29th 7pm Friday,March 30th 7pm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ma u an d . . . . . . . . . . . . .Go o I ST CHURCHKES, FL 34639 C .com u ndy Thursday Service d Seder Meal with Rabi Ron o d Friday Drama m munity Easter Egg Hunt u th Led Service s ter Cantata HARVESTER U 2432 COLLIER P PA A 813-948 Sat,March 31st 10am 11: 3 Easter Sunday,April 1st 7a m Easter Sunday,April 1st 9a m NITED METHOD I A RKW WA AY Y LAND O LA 2311 HarvesterUM C Y 3 0am . . . . . . . . . . .Co m m . . . . . . . . . . . . Yo ou m & 11am . . . . . . . . .Ea s You Are I n Holy Wee k Maundy March 2 9 (with co m Good March 30 12: 0 Easter S u n 7:00 amS u 1000 W T RINITY N CHURCHLand O Lakes/Lutz 4 west of US 41)9-7173 y lutz.com n vited To k Services W Thursday 9 7:00 pm m munion) F riday 0 0 pm & 7:00 pm n day (April 1) u nrise S ervice W o orship Service HOLY T LUTHERA N 20735 Leonard R d (south of St Rd 5 4 813-94holytrinit y10 : 00 amW yWEE y Hol You are Youare E SunriseS tE t Eas Eas Ek loved loved just as you syou l Ea Ea n u ved dj Ek i e9:00am vice 7:00 am er u are! u are! S am Ers Ers sund 813-949-1239 ww L 6 01 S unset Lane, .timschurch.org w w 33549 FL L utz,

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Optical $50 OFF2100 Via Bella Blvd Land OLakes Suite 105 813.972.4444 2018 COLLECTIONSGUCCI | COLUMBIA | NINE WEST | VERSACE KATE SPADE | JUICY | RAY BAN | COACH Valid on one complete pair of prescription eye glasses or prescription sunglasses. THOMAS PUSATERI, MD American Board of Ophthalmology MARK L. AREY, MD American Board of Ophthalmology LEONARD CORTELLI, JR., MD American Board of Ophthalmology ALLEN PUSATERI, MD American Board of Ophthalmology www.LakerLutzNews.com March 28, 20187A Baked Chicken, Stuffed Pepper & Tomato, Gyro, Briam, Mousaka, Dolmades, Spanakopita, Souvlaki, Large Greek Salad w/Potato SaladANY GREEKENTREE Dine In Take Out Drive Thru CateringKIDS EAT FREE ALL DAY MONDAYDine in only. One child per adult.EASTER SAVINGSWITH THE UBER EATS AND SLICE APPS!PizzaVillaLOL.com$2.00 OFF* *Cannot be combined with other offers. One coupon per ticket/table. Expires 4/30/18. 21501 Village Lakes Center Land O Lakes, FL 34639(813) 949-7484 TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SUNDAY $5.99 SPAGHETTI OR PENNEwith one toppingWEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY $10.95 GREEK STYLE CHICKENWEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY $8.95 LASAGNA$10.95 with salad A REGROOMING E RVICES: u lar basis and .at $25/night $17/ih YCA AY BOARDING DA Y B O LUXUR OA A RDIN G SE e c l ean air ci r operly ventilated to ensur pr e very spacious, sanitized on a r Our kennels ar r e r e egu ro r e r c c u l ation CA DOGS . . . . . . .starting AT T Stti . Restrictions apply Prices may vary *Offer valid for new boarding customers onlyYOUR FIRST BOARDING813-909-PETS (7387)., Suite 102 € Land O Lakes 19445 Shumard Oak DrRECEIVE 10% OFF CA AT T S . . . . . . . s t ar ti ng at $17/ n i g h t Individual play time thr All b oa r r d ding includes: r o oughout the day Blankets, Stainless steel bowls They Love Ears! Dr. Jennifer Steed & Dr. Judith L. Reese, AUDIOLOGISTS AT JC AUDIOLOGY Dont wait for your hearing to disappear!Call us at(813) 949-1331to schedule a FREE hearing checkup JC Audiology 1519 Dale Mabry Hwy. Suite 105, Lutz HOME OF DR. REESES TAMPA BAY HEARING AID HOSPITAL…MORE THAN 100 HEARING AIDS REPAIRED AND SERVICED EACH MONTH! By B.C. Manionbcmanion@lakerlutznews.comParents dropped by information booths to learn about all sorts of summer options for their kids at the second annual Family Friendly Summer Camp Expo on March 24. While parents found out more about potential summer camps and activities for their kids, the kids took advantage of the event, too. Children could get an Easter egg from the Easter bunny, pick up treats at various booths, or try their hand at games or crafts, as they made their way around the expo. Kids seemed to be having fun, jumping around in a bounce house, bopping around inside giant plastic balls, going for a ride down an inflatable slide or playing in a ball pit. There was also a mobile gaming van that seemed to be attracting a sizable share of attention. Glenn Paulsen was there, too, making balloons in all sorts of shapes, fulfilling requests, as families entered the expo, at Florida Hospital Center Ice, 3173 Cypress Ridge Blvd., in Wesley Chapel. Parents attending the event said they found it useful. Linda Colozza, who lives in New Tampa, was there with her three children, 6-yearold Christian, 8-year-old Emma and 10-year-old Nicolas. “I really need to find a camp. It’s the first year that I’m working. I’ve always been a stay-at-home mom,” Colozza said. She came to the expo because it seemed like a convenient way to find out about a lot of possible options. “I find this is a great tool for parents who need to find the information, in one place,” Colozza said. “Otherwise, I’d be on the computer all day trying to find out about location, pricing (of summer camps).” Monica Dromgoole, of Wesley Chapel, was there with her 8-year-old son, Slade. She said her son has attended summer camp before, but she wanted to branch out and learn about other potential options. Miriam Cook, founder of Family Friendly Tampa Bay, organized the expo. She said the goal was to give parents a way to get the information they need to make the best decisions for their families, while also giving exhibitors a chance to share information about their services. Cook estimated there were about 1,500 people at the event, and she said she received lots of positive feedback, both from parents and from exhibitors. B.C. MANIONLinda Colozza, who lives in New Tampa, was at the expo with her three children, 6-year-old Christian, 8-year-old Emma and 10-year-old Nicolas. She liked the idea of being able to pick up lots of information in just one place.Families find out about options at Summer Camp Expo

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JOINT REPLACEMENT LECTURESt. Josephs Hospital-North, 4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz, will offer a lecture on joint replacement April 2 at 10 a.m., in the Nursing Administration classroom. Participants can increase their knowledge of total joint replacement, prepare for surgery and become familiar with the recovery process. Based on the requirements of a persons physician and availability, pre-op testing could be done the same day. Admission is free. To register, call (813) 443-2046.INFANT/CHILD CPRSt. Josephs Hospital-North, 4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz, will offer an infant/child CPR class, according to the American Heart Association guidelines, April 5 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., in Garden Classroom A. Learn how to perform CPR and choking rescue techniques. To register, call (813) 443-2046.CYCLING FOR AUTISMThe Tampa Interbay Rotarys ninth annual Cycling for Autism fundraiser will take place April 7 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., on the Courtney Campbell Causeway Trail. The event begins at Whiskey Joes in Tampa, with 6-mile, 12-mile, 16-mile and 32mile rides. There will be lunch, a cash bar, games, a bike raffle, and music. Children age 12 and younger ride for free. Anyone can participate by being a sponsor, registering to ride, or supporting a rider. The fundraiser will benefit the Applied Behavior Analysis Program and the Center for Autism and Related Disabilities at the University of South Florida. For information, call (813) 258-5835.HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTSThree hospitals have recently announced appointments, promotions and new staff members.Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point has appointed Carlie Thomas as its new program director for the hospitals Regional Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine. Thomas comes from Seven Rivers Wound Care Center in Crystal River, and brings with her expertise in sales, marketing and hospital administration.Oak Hill Hospital welcomed Dr. Richard Chlouber to its medical staff. Chlouber is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology, and practices at Suncoast OB/GYN and All Womens Midwifery in Spring Hill. He received his medical degree from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Oak Hill has also promoted Robert Linares as vice president of Cardiovascular & Critical Care. Linares previously was administrative director of clinical operations, and has worked in the HCA system for nearly 13 years.The Medical Center of Trinity appointed Sally Seymour as chief operating officer. Seymour replaces Ken West, who was promoted to chief operating officer at Regional Medical Center in San Jose, California. Seymour has served as the director of physician relations for several years. For the past two years, she has been COO at Fawcett Hospital.PILOT PROGRAMThe Crisis Center of Tampa Bay has been awarded a $285,000 grant from the Florida Blue Foundation to launch an innovative new community paramedicine program in Hillsborough County. The program will focus on frequent users of local EMS and hospital emergency room services by connecting patients to medical and mental health resources. Many of these individuals have both medical and behavioral health needs that require a specialized form of nonemergency care. The pilot program is designed to holistically care for the medical, behavioral and social needs of these patients. Through its TransCare Medical Transportation division, the Crisis Center will have two community care coordinators, who are paramedics, dedicated to patients after they are discharged from the emergency room due to both a physical and behavioral health need. The coordinators will work with emergency room staff or insurers to identify which patients may benefit most from additional one-on-one assistance. 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At Obstetrics and Gynecology of Trinity our skilled and friendly team provides high quality, comprehensive and personalized medical care for women in all stages of life. Services include routine gynecological and pregnancy care, family planning and surgical procedures. Our physicians are especially skilled in the areas of minimally invasive surgical procedures, including those utilizing the daVinci robot. We are located on the campus of Medical Center of Trinity, just 15 minutes west of the Suncoast Expressway on State Road 54. Malieri Colon-Rivera, MD, FACOG Jenny Buck, MD, FACOG Nay Hoche, MD EFFECTIVESATURDAY, APRIL 7, 2018SATURDAY SERVICES FOR GULF HARBORS & WESLEY CHAPEL OFFICES WILL BE HELD FORPASCORESIDENTS ONLYWESLEY CHAPEL4610 Pet Lane, C101 Lutz, FL 33559GULF HARBORS4720 U.S. Highway 19 New Port Richey, FL 34652 ALL CUSTOMERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT ALL PASCO TAX COLLECTOR OFFICES on Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8:30am 5:00pm and Tuesday & Thursday 7:30am 6:00pm. SH E GAR DA E L LD EN G UAPRIL L S U IDE L APRIL By Dax Gonzalez GA R D E N S UPP L ITS SPRINGTIME A AT T SHELLS FEED & LY Y! HERE S O UR GA R D E N PRO TIPS FOR APRIL. 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JOB SHADOWING DAYGulf Middle School student council members from seventh and eighth grade will participate in a Job Shadowing Day with city officials on March 29. The students will work alongside various New Port Richey city leaders, including the city manager, and those from police and fire administration, to learn the ins and outs of local government service. There will also be a luncheon where the council members can discuss what they learn. For information, call Liz Kuhns at (727) 774-8018.CAMPUS OPEN HOUSESPasco-Hernando State College will host open houses at each of its five campuses. High school seniors and prospective students seeking higher education opportunities can attend.  April 3 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., at North Campus, Building A, 11415 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Brooksville  April 4 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., at East Campus, 36727 Blanton Road in Dade City, in A240  April 5 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch, 2727 Mansfield Blvd., Wesley Chapel, Conference Center, B303  April 10 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., West Campus, 10230 Ridge Road in New Port Richey, Conference Center, R151  April 12 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Spring Hill Campus, 450 Beverly Court, Conference Center, B105 Participants can learn about certificate, associate and bachelor degree programs, as well as financial aid, scholarships and opportunities for involvement with more than 50 student clubs and organizations. There will be campus tours. For information, visit PHSC.edu/openhouse.FREE PROM DRESSESThe Belle of the Ball Project will once again offer free prom dresses to in-need high school girls April 7 and April 21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at 1210 Holt Ave., in Clearwater. Dresses will be available for prom, homecoming and military balls. No appointment is needed. Donations of dresses and accessories can also be made at the boutique. For information, call (727) 386-4502, or visit BelleOfTheBallProject.com.$10,000 GIFTThe Pasco-Hernando State College Foundation received a $10,000 gift in honor of the 75th birthday of Norman J. Pingley, the first intramural athletic director at PHSC. The gift, donated by the family of Norman and Gretchen Pingley, established a new endowment scholarship fund, which will be available to graduates of Hernando High School who are pursuing a degree in a health and wellness field and/or are members of the PHSC athletic team. Norman Pingley was an admission specialist at PHSC for nearly 30 years. He taught in the physical education department, started the intramural athletic program, and coached the North Campus basketball team and the first women’s softball team. He retired from PHSC in 2005.SAINT LEO OFFERS AIDSaint Leo University again will offer assistance for college students in Puerto Rico who have had their education affected by the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Saint Leo first offered assistance for the Spring semester. For the Fall semester, starting in August, Saint Leo will provide these students with free room and board, as well as a discounted tuition rate. While the students will be responsible for the cost of books, the school will waive the student fees to further aid in their ability to continue their educations. Federal financial aid and other private scholarships may be used to help pay the discounted tuition rate. For information, contact the Office of Admissions at admissions@saintleo.edu. 10A www.LakerLutzNews.com March 28, 2018 Send school news to news@lakerlutznews.com EASTER SUNDAY : GOOD FRIDAY : MA U NDY TH U R S DAY : MID-WEEK LENTEN W utz.co m C H U R CH R I N ITY W EDNESDAYS : hol y trinit y l L U THERA N C H O LY T R 24416 State Road 54, Lutz 33559 € 813-428-6994At the corner of S R 54 and Oak Grove B oulevardinfo@petpointanimalhospital.com € www.petpointanimalhospital.com EXAMS € VACCINES € WELLNESS PLANS € DENTAL CLEANING SURGERY € PET BOARDING € HOUSE CALLS € TENDER LOVING CARE (TLC) Open M onday-Fr i day 8a m -6p m  S aturday 8a m -4p m  VACCINE HOURS: WEDNESDAY 2-4 Dr. Moses Kawalya, DVM, DABVP(Board Certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners) $29.00 EXA M FOR ALL NEW CLIENT S M ULTI-PET DI S COUNT WALK-IN S WELCO M E COURTESY OF JENNIFER CRAVEN Athletes are all-academic Thirteen players of the Land O’ Lakes Lady Gators soccer team were awarded the Florida Athletic Coaches Association All-Academic Soccer Team at its year-end banquet. The award defines the title of student-athlete, with ‘student’ coming first. To earn the honor, a player must have a cumulative 3.5 GPA and have started in at least half of the games during the season. Back row from left: Kylie Denney (freshman), Morghan Craven (senior), RaeAnna Casler (junior), Avery Wild (sophomore), Emma Skantze (senior), Haley Terwilliger (senior), Kelly Hutson (senior) and Nisa Cahoon (sophomore). Front row from left: Taylor Denney (freshman), Brooke Hannigan (senior), Ashley Doers (sophomore) and Macie Harlan (senior). Roxy Miltenberger (senior) is not pictured.

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These milestones are important, Hymes said, noting they provide encouragement to the people who are working to help establish the Episcopal Church in Wesley Chapel. Hymes said she knows there is a need for the church in the community. “There are Episcopalians here. They don’t want to drive. They want to go to church where they live,” she said. She also knows that having a church in Wesley Chapel makes it possible for people to be more involved in their community. “Discipleship is determined by distance,” she said. She said she’s heard from Episcopalians, “‘Yeah, we’d love Sunday service, but I’d also like to be able to do Bible Study during the week. I also want to be able to learn more about the Book of Common Prayer during the week,’” she said. But, that’s difficult to do, if your church is 20 miles away, she said. When people reach out to her to let her know that they’re interested in attending an Episcopal Church in Wesley Chapel, she makes it clear that this church is still in its formative stages. She tells people when they come: “Don’t have any expectations other than: ‘We’re here to be present for God’s people.’” Some things that need to be done before the church can have a formal launch include coming up with a name for the church, establishing child care provisions and setting up its music program, Hymes said. While the church continues to plan and work toward its future, it continues moving forward. For instance, it has been hosting a sixweek Lenten Series, which concludes on March 28. The Episcopal Diocese of Southwest Florida, which has 77 churches, has been wanting to establish a presence in Wesley Chapel for many years. If you’d like to get involved or would like to know more, contact Hymes at (813) 4181281 or ahymes@episcopalswfl.org. 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A soft launch is expected in June, with the aim for an official launch in November. Lenten seriesThe last session of a Lenten Series being hosted by the Episcopal Church in Wesley Chapel is set for March 28. The Rev. Adrienne Hymes will present the session, “Pastoral Care for the Faith Community.” The gathering begins with a simple supper at 6:30 p.m., followed by the program, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.CHURCH, from page 1A Road is hosting egg hunts for pre-kindergarten and elementary age children on March 31 at 5:30 p.m., and on Easter, which is April 1, at 10 a.m. There also will be opportunities to meet and greet the Easter Bunny at this free event.  First Baptist of Lutz, 18116 U.S. 41 N., will have Good Friday services at 7 p.m.; and Easter services at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.  First United Methodist Church of Lutz will present a Good Friday reenactment in downtown Tampa, beginning at Tampa City Hall steps at noon. It will present another reenactment in the church sanctuary, at 960 W. Lutz Lake Fern Road, in the evening, at 7 p.m. Other events on the church’s Holy Week schedule include a Seder meal and Last Supper on Holy Thursday, the guarding of the tomb, from Good Friday until Easter; and Easter services at 7 a.m., 8 a.m., 9:45 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. There also will be a Jelly Bean Jamboree on March 31, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.  Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 20735 Leonard Road, will have Maundy Thursday service at 7 p.m.; Good Friday at noon and 7 p.m., and Easter services at 7 a.m. and 10 a.m.  Idlewild Baptist Church, at 18333 Exciting Idlewild Blvd., will have an Easter family festival from 1:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., on March 31. That will include services at 3 p.m. and 6 p.m., a barbecue, bounce houses, a giant slide and an egg drop, scheduled for 5 p.m. There will be an outdoor sunrise service on Easter at 7 a.m., and other services at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.  Keystone Community Church, 21010 State Road 54, will host Good Friday services, 7 p.m.; Easter services, 8:30 and 11 a.m.; Easter breakfast, 9:30 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.; and an Easter egg hunt at 10:15 a.m.  NorthPointe Church, 19862 Amanda Park Drive, has Easter services at 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.  Tims Memorial Presbyterian Church, 601 Sunset Lane, has an Easter sunrise service at 7 a.m., and other Easter services at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.LAND O’ LAKES Harvester United Methodist Church, 2432 Collier Parkway: Maundy Thursday, 7 p.m.; Good Friday, 7 p.m.; Community Easter Egg Hunt, March 31, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (bounce house, face painting, refreshments, a goody bag for each child), Easter sunrise service, 7 a.m., and other Easter services, 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.  Our Lady of the Rosary, 2348 Collier Parkway: Holy Thursday at 7 p.m., Good Friday, at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. (Spanish); Easter Vigil, 7:45 p.m., and sunrise on Easter Sunday at 6 a.m., 7:45 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., and 1:30 p.m. (bilingual). There also will be a blessing of Easter foods from noon to 1 p.m., on March 31.WESLEY CHAPEL Avalon Park West, 5227 Autumn Ridge Drive: Easter egg hunt, face painting, food trucks, bounce park, March 31, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The egg hunt is at 11 a.m.  Atonement Lutheran Church, 29617 State Road 54: Maundy Thursday service, 7 p.m.; Good Friday service, 7 p.m.; Easter sunrise service, 7:15 a.m.; other Easter services, 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. ZEPHYRHILLS The Zephyrhills-Wesley Chapel Ministerial Association will have its traditional Good Friday Walk of the Cross beginning at 5:30 p.m., outside of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church at 5316 11th St., Zephyrhills. Those who participate will take a pilgrimage with a cross through the streets of Zephyrhills marking the Sacrifice of Jesus Christ. Along the way, there will be seven stops at local churches to reflect on the last Seven Sayings of Christ on the Cross. The evening concludes about 6:45 p.m., at the First United Methodist Church, 38635 Fifth Ave.  Community Easter sunrise service on Easter at 7 a.m., at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, on the front lawn of the hospital at 7050 Gall Blvd. This service, which celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ, is presented by the hospital and the Zephyrhills-Wesley Chapel Ministerial Association. Those attending are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blanket because seating is limited. The service will include music, a special Easter message, and a dove release at the conclusion of the service.DADE CITY The Pioneer Florida Museum & Village is hosting its second annual Jelly Bean Fling on March 31 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $5, and free for children under age 5. Parking is free. Admission includes rock painting, photos with the Easter Bunny, face painting, a petting zoo, an Easter bonnet parade with Mr. Tommy and other activities. For more information, visit PioneerFloridaMuseum.org.Officials with Bayfront Health Dade City are eager to see the extension built. Funding hasn’t been available through Dade City’s budget, so state funding was sought. The project would link U.S. 301 to King Fort Road, where the hospital is located. Hospital officials have said the extension would improve access to the hospital’s campus. State Rep. Danny Burgess said funding would be requested again for fiscal year 2020. “It is a critical game-changer for the Dade City community,” said Burgess in a text message to The Laker/Lutz News. Other Pasco County projects included in the 2019 budget are:  $1 million for a planning and engineering study for the U.S. 301/U.S. 98/Clinton Avenue intersection realignment. The goal is to improve east-west traffic from I-75 to the west and Interstate 4 to the south.  $250,000 for the Veteran’s Alternative which aids veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury  $50,000 for AmSkills, a program that aids high school students, adults, and veterans seeking manufacturing jobsEASTER, from page 1A PROJECTS, from page 1A The holiday of Pesach, or Passover, is an eight-day festival celebrated in the early spring, from the 15th through the 22nd of the Hebrew month of Nissan. This year, it runs from March 30 to April 7.Passover commemorates the emancipation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. Following its rituals allows the Jewish community to relive and experience the freedom of their ancestors.OBSERVANCES: Passover is divided into two parts. The first two days, March 30 and March 31, and the last two days, April 6 and April 7, are fullfledged holidays. Holiday candles are lit at night, and holiday meals (Seders) are enjoyed both days. The middle four days are referred to as Chol Hamoed, or semi-festive “intermediate days.”SEDERS: The highlight of Passover is the Seder, which is observed on each of the first two nights of the holiday. The Seder is a 15-step, family-oriented tradition and ritual-packed feast.FOCAL POINTS OF THE SEDER INCLUDE: Eating matzah, which is unleavened bread  Eating bitter herbs to commemorate the bitter slavery endured by the Israelites  Drinking four cups of wine or grape juice to celebrate the newfound freedom  The recitation of the Haggadah, a liturgy that describes the story of the Exodus from Egypt. The Haggadah is the fulfillment of the biblical obligation to recount the story of the Exodus on the night of Passover.SYMBOLIC SEDER FOODS: Maror—bitter herbs, usually horseradish, to serve as a reminder of the bitterness of slavery  Saltwater—symbolizing the tears of the slaves  Charoset—sweet paste made of fruit and nuts, symbolizing the mortar the slaves used to build the Egyptian pyramids  Zeroah—shank bone, representing the Passover sacrifice  Beitzah—hard-boiled egg, symbolic of life and birth associated with the spring season  Karpas — a leafy green vegetable, usually a piece of lettuce, symbolizing hope and redemption Some traditional Ashkenazi Passover dishes include gefilte fish, matzah ball soup, brisket, tzimmis (sweet carrot and fruit dish), and macaroons and sponge cake (made from matzah meal) for dessert.Local gatherings are planned to celebrate Passover WHERE:Chabad at Wiregrass, 2124 Ashley Oaks Circle in Wesley ChapelWHAT:Community Seder, complete with gourmet Passover cuisine, wine and handmade Shemurah Matzo, while reliving the exodus and discovering the eternal message of the Pesach.WHEN: March 30 at 8:15 p.m.COST: Suggested donation of $30 per person, $100 per family, or $250 per sponsorINFO:Call (813) 642-3244, or visit ChabadAtWiregrass.com.WHERE:Congregation Kol Ami, 3919 Moran Road, TampaWHAT:Erev Pesah I Services/Shabbat Services; Shabbat Candle LightingWHEN:March 30 at 6:30 p.m.INFO:Call (813) 962-6338, or email execdirector@kolami.org.WHERE:Congregation Mekor Shalom, 14005A N. Dale Mabry HighwayWHAT:A Minha Minyan Before Pesah! A brief afternoon service in advance of Passover celebrations.WHEN:March 30 at 5 p.m.INFO:Call (813) 963-1818, or visit MekorShalom.org.WHERE:Congregation Beth Am, 2030 W. Fletcher Ave.WHAT:Second Night Passover SederWHEN:March 31 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.INFO:Call (813) 968-8511, or visit BethAmTampa.org.WHERE:Shoresh David Messianic Synagogue of Wesley Chapel, 24152 State Road 54, LutzWHAT:Shabbat Service, Nosh & Fellowship, and After Service ProgramWHEN: March 31 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.INFO:Call (813) 831-5683, or visit ShoreshDavid.org.—Compiled by Kevin WeissHere’s a listing of some local Passover events: The LAKER/ Lut z We love being your local news p z NEWS p aper! 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12A www.LakerLutzNews.com March 28, 2018 Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community Sports Community Sports By Kevin Weisskevinweiss@lakerlutznews.comIn east and central Pasco County, softball programs such as Academy at the Lakes, Land O’ Lakes, and Sunlake have garnered much of the attention of late. And, rightly so. There’s just a single loss combined among the three schools—Sunlake suffered its lone loss to Land O’ Lakes on March 2— and each team ranks among the state’s top 20 or so softball programs. But, there’s another local program on the rise — quickly proving itself as a force in the Tampa Bay region. The Cypress Creek Middle High Coyotes sit at 9-4 overall and 6-2 in district play. The team entered spring break on a fourgame winning streak. Instant success hasn’t come without adversity, however. A first-year program with no seniors, the Coyotes were forced to play much of their pre-spring break schedule on the road because the team’s new softball field wasn’t game-ready until a week ago. Ongoing maintenance also prevented the upstart Coyotes from participating in fall practices together; instead many were forced to train with their respective travel squads up through January, until they were able to practice with Coyotes coaches. The team also suffered an unexpected depth setback before the season began, forcing a freshman into action and reducing the varsity roster to just 10 regulars. Outfielder Cassidy Middleton, a .308 hitter as a sophomore last season at Wesley Chapel High School, tore her ACL while playing on the Cypress Creek girls basketball team. She’s been replaced in the lineup by Emma Coon, who’s batting .381 through 46 plate appearances as the team’s lone freshman. Challenges aside, Cypress Creek sits just a game back of Nature Coast Tech for second place in the District 7-5A standings; each are chasing division-leading Hernando High (102 overall, 8-0 districts). First-year head coach Mike Peterson credited the group’s effort, teamwork, and perseverance for contributing to the team’s strong start. “They’re working hard in practice, knowing it’s not where we start, it’s where we end. They’re all on the same page. There’s nothing but fight in the girls, which is nice,” Peterson said. Despite its thin roster, Cypress Creek is heavy on talent. Opponents facing them quickly discover that the Coyotes feature some of the hottest bats in the region. The team is batting a combined .403 and averaging about 10 runs per game. The most potent of the bunch is junior catcher Neely Peterson, the head coach’s daughter and one of the team’s many transfers from Wesley Chapel. A Colorado State University commit, Peterson sports a whopping .636 average with four home runs, 10 doubles and 29 RBIs — all team highs. Her batting average is second in all of Pasco, trailing only River Ridge’s Hailey Smith (.708). The standout catcher said she’s become more comfortable and relaxed at the plate, after batting .443 as a sophomore and .290 as a freshman, respectively.BECOMING MORE RELAXED, AT THE PLATE“As I grow older, the less pressure I put on myself the better that I’ll do, because I know that my freshman year, I was really tense to like, ‘I need to make a statement,’ but now I just let my play speak for me,” she said. Other Coyotes batting over .400 include sophomore first baseman Anna Margetis (.485) and junior infielders Payton Hudson (.471) and Jasmine Jackson (.429). Juniors Jordan Rosenberg (.382) and Ashley Nickisher (.333, two home runs) join Coon as players hitting above .300. That menacing offensive skill has helped gain early, sizable leads in road games, putting stress on home teams by making them play catch-up the rest of the way. Employing that score early-score often strategy, the team has come to embrace road games, Neely Peterson said. “We almost didn’t like playing at home because when you’re on the road you get to hit first so we like putting up those runs, so we kind of got acclimated to playing on the road. But, we like playing here (at home), obviously,” Neely Peterson said. A prime example came in a recent 16-0 road victory against Fivay High School. The Coyotes scored 10 runs in the first inning and six in the second to mercy rule the host Falcons in three innings. “When you’re able to score the first runs in the first inning you get that confidence of, ‘Oh, we’ve got this,’ whereas, at home, you have to hold them first and then go,” Nickisher said. “Playing games on the road, you really have to get your mind set because you’re going into their house. And, you want to show what you have,” Margetis said. Cypress Creek’s pitching—somewhat of a question mark entering the season—has also proven resourceful. Junior Avery Lee—a Wiregrass Ranch High transfer—has a 2.47 ERA and 25 strikeouts in 68 innings pitched. “We have a solid foundation. Avery’s come in and has given us solid innings, solid outings, worked on her mental toughness; she’s been terrific,” Mike Peterson said. STICKING TOGETHER IS KEY TO SUCCESSWhile the team prides itself on strong hitting and crafty pitching, the Coyotes head coach stressed improvements must be made on the defensive end in order to hang against better competition. The team has committed 23 errors this season. “I have no doubt that we can hit with any team. It’s just we get a couple of mental lapses in the field that have hurt us in a couple of games. We clean that up, we’ll be fine,” Mike Peterson explained. “I tell them, ‘There’s nothing you guys can’t accomplish if you stick together as a team, play as a team, ” he added. With their cohesiveness and unwavering attitude, players are confident the team can make some noise come playoff time in late April. Many know the feeling because they were members of last year’s Wesley Chapel varsity squad that experienced its first winning season and playoff appearance in program history. That team went 19-7 and advanced to the regional semifinals. “We work together and we trust each other…and we’re just able to work together and have each other’s back,” Nickisher said, acknowledging she was initially upset to leave Wesley Chapel. “Everyone on this team wants to help each other, no matter if we’re doing good or not,” she added.“I think we’re having a lot of fun with it, and that’s a big part,” Neely Peterson said. “I think that our mindset really is to win and, if we don’t, we’ll make it difficult for the other team to beat us. I think we’re all really competitive in the sense that we really want to win. We’ve had some tough losses, but we know that we’re going to play them again — teams like Hernando and Nature Coast — so we get a second chance so that’s good.”Margetis added: “These games—they matter—but when districts come around, I feel like we’ll dig deep and find out what we really have to do to beat the opponents.” School pride also is at stake. Other boys and girls sports programs at Cypress Creek have mainly struggled in their first year, but the softball team is bucking that trend. “It’s just wanting to be the team…that everybody can look to and say, ‘Hey, they’re doing something right.’” Neely Peterson said. SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SEND SPORTS NEWS TO KWEISS@LAKERLUTZNEWS.COM CHECKTHIS OUT COURTESY OF GIGANTE PRODUCTIONSTeam captains, left to right, Anna Margetis, Neely Peterson and Ashley Nickisher are all transfers from Wesley Chapel High Scho ol. The trio is no stranger to winning, helping guide the Wildcats to its first winning season and first playoff appearance in 2017. Skating Center, 8345 Congress St., in Port Richey. The bout will benefit Sunrise of Pasco County Domestic & Sexual Violence Center. The league will be collecting donations at the door. All gender clothing, toiletries, children’s books and gift card donations are requested. Entry fee is $12 at the door. However, patrons can receive $2 off for bringing a donation. Tickets are also available at RevolutionRollerDerby.com.For information on how to join, ref or volunteer, email info@RevolutionRollerDerby.com.PARC GOLF TOURNAMENTThe 44th annual PARC (Providing Advocacy & Recognizing Capabilities) Golf Tournament is set for May 5 at the Bayou Club, 7979 Bayou Club Blvd., in Largo. Lunch and registration begins at 11:30 a.m., and is followed by a 1 p.m. shotgun start in scramble-style format. A dinner and awards ceremony follows the tournament. The PARC event is regarded as one of the most recognized golf tournaments in the Tampa Bay area. Proceeds help provide opportunities for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. For ticket and sponsorship information, visit PARC-fl.org, or call (727) 341-6929.JOE CAPITANO GOLF CLASSICThe 17th annual Joe Capitano Sr. Golf Classic is set for May 7 at 7 a.m., at Tampa Palms Golf & Country Club, 5811 Tampa Palms Blvd., in Tampa. The tournament begins with a shotgun start at 7 a.m. Individual players will be assigned as part of a foursome. Registration includes a luncheon, greens fees and cart fees. Proceeds from the event benefit St. Peter Claver Catholic School Summer Learning Program. Reservations and donations can be found at 501auctions.com/2018capitanogolf.LUTZ BASKETBALL LEAGUE REGISTRATIONRegistration is ongoing for the Our Lady of the Rosary Summer Basketball League. Youth and adult leagues are being offered. The season runs from June 2 to July 14. Games are played Saturdays at the Saint John Paul II Youth Center, 17512 Lakeshore Road in Lutz. Practices will be held either Monday or Tuesday. Cost is $75 for children and $40 for adults. Cypress Creek Coyotes varsity softball roster Alexis Aponte,outfielder, sophomore  Emma Coon,outfielder, freshman  Payton Hudson,middle infielder junior  Jasmine Jackson, middle infielder, junior Avery Lee,pitcher, junior  Anna Margetis,first baseman, sophomore  Cassidy Middleton, outfielder, junior  Paige Mulford,outfielder, junior  Ashley Nickisher,third baseman, junior  Neely Peterson,catcher, junior  Jordan Rosenberg,utility/pitcher, juniorDistrict 7-5A Standings (as of March 25)Team records Hernando— (10-2 overall, 8-0 district)  Nature Coast Tech— (9-5 overall, 7-1 district)  Cypress Creek— (9-4 overall, 6-2 district) Hudson— (6-7 overall, 2-3 district)  Gulf— (3-9 overall, 2-5 district)  Central— (2-9 overall, 2-6 district)  Fivay— (0-12 overall, 0-6 district  Ridgewood— (1-13 overall, 0-7 district)Discounts are offered for early registration and and/or registering multiple children from the same family. Uniforms are included in the league fee. To register, visit OLORSports.org For information, call (813) 949-4565, or email sportsdirector@ladyrosary.org.LOCAL COMMITMENTS  Wesley Chapel High School senior linebacker Austen Wittish committed to play football at NAIA Ave Maria University (Ave Maria, Florida). The 6-foot, 195-pound Wittish tallied a Pasco County-leading 160 total tackles and five sacks in 2017.  Zephyrhills High School senior linebacker/tight end Kameron Allen committed to play football at NAIA Division II Warner University (Lake Wales). The 6-foot-2, 225-pound Allen tallied 35 total tackles, 9 tackles for loss and 2 sacks in 2017. Zephyrhills High School junior wide receiver Ja’quan Sheppard recently earned an FBS Division I scholarship from Western Kentucky University. The 6-foot-1, 175-pound Sheppard also claims Division I offers from North Carolina State, Samford, South Alabama, Southern Miss and South Florida universities. Sheppard tallied 37 receptions and led all Pasco County pass catchers in yards (797) and touchdowns (13) in 2017.KUMC GOLF CLASSICThe 13th annual Keystone United Methodist Church Golf Classic is set for April 14 at Silver Dollar Golf Club, 12711 Silver Dollar Drive in Odessa. The four-person scramble will begin with an 8:30 a.m., shotgun start. Cost is $60 per player. It includes a cart, green fees, goody bag and lunch. Course contests will be offered, along with raffles and silent auction items. For information, call (813) 920-5153.CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENTThe eighth annual Eckerd Connects Charity Golf Tournament is scheduled for April 21 at 1:30 p.m., at Innisbrook Resort & Golf Club, 36750 U.S. 19 N., in Palm Harbor. The event is open to anyone and helps fund Eckerd Connects Community Alternatives, which assists foster care children in Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas counties. Registration is $140 for individual golfers and $500 for a foursome. It includes lunch, awards dinner, cart and goodie bag. For information and to register, visit tinyurl.com/ybv2dz48.ROLLER DERBY BOUTRevolution Roller Derby League is hosting a battle April 29 at 5:30 p.m., between its Valkryies and the Bradenton-based Brandentucky Bombers, at SpinNationsOffense, cohesion carry Cypress Creek softball

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MARCH 28, 2018The LAKER/ INSIDE: Directories, Classifieds, Games & MoreThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWSLutz NEWS B CHRISTINE HOLTZMANLeslie Brown, lead singer of Solar Exposure, belts out the first tune at the festival. Solar Exposure is based in Land O Lakes. Lynn Vanmeter, of Spring Hill, shows off her Crazy Hat just outside the Kids Zone. Lynn is a practice manager for My Pediatrics, sponsor of the Kids Zone. By Christine HoltzmanSpecial to The Laker/Lutz NewsFestival-goers were dancing, relaxing and generally just enjoying a day of continuous entertainment at the third annual Land O’ Lakes Music Festival, held March 24 at Land O’ Lakes Heritage Park. Some there, including April Genter, of Land O’ Lakes, were obviously having a good time — grooving to tunes performed by a band called the Actual Bank Robbers. Four-year-old Morgan Keith, of Lutz, was having a ball — while sailing down the large bouncy slide. The little girl was also excited about Stonegrey’s appearance at the festival because she considers lead guitarist Tristan to be her ‘boyfriend.’ Singer Carmen Harrell entertained the crowd by belting out a high-octane version of Ike and Tina Turner’s Proud Mary, as Marlon Boone jammed on the saxophone. There were a lot of people there to support friends, or simply revel in a sunny Saturday afternoon, while supporting a local event. This year’s festival was the first to utilize the new Heritage Park Stage, a venue which took years of advocacy, and a considerable number of partnerships among governments, local businesses and community volunteers to achieve. The slate of entertainers included Stonegrey, Solar Exposure, City Groove, Fred Chandler, Actual Bank Robbers, Trigger City Trio and Sowflo. While the live music played nonstop, festival-goers also could check out the beer and wine tent, and food trucks, do some shopping to find out more about the goods and services offered by local businesses. Children could have fun, too, at the Kids’ Zone, sponsored by My Pediatrics, which offered balloon animals, games, a bouncy house and inflatable slide. Admission was free to the event, which was hosted by the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce and was presented by Ierna’s Heating & Cooling. Parking was $10, with proceeds benefitting local schools.—B.C. Manion contributed to this report.Music, food and fun mark Land O’ Lakes Music FestivalThe band Actual Bank Robbers energizes the crowd with its performance of the Bruno Mars hit Thats What I Like. Deon Coogle and her husband, Stephen, are having a good time while listening to the band Solar Exposure. Eight-month-old Griff Miller, of Land OLakes, is clearly enjoying himself in the Kids Zone at the festival. April Genter, of Land OLakes, grooves to a song performed by the Actual Bank Robbers at the third annual Land O Lakes Music Festival.

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JC AUDIOLOGY ADDS AUDIOLOGISTDr. Judith Reese announced the addition of Dr. Jennifer Steed to JC Audiology. The Lutz practice opened in 2005, and has served about 2,200 patients, according to a news release from the clinic. Steed previously worked with the Central Florida Speech and Hearing Center in Lakeland, as well as with ear, nose and throat practices in central Florida. She is an honors graduate of the University of South Florida and earned a Doctorate of Audiology at USF in 2003. She is a member of the American Academy of Audiology and the Florida Academy of Audiology. Steed also has served as mentor for graduate audiology students, and was lead audiologist on pediatric craniofacial/cleft palate team meetings with Childrens Medical Services Polk County. In addition, she has offered seminars and lectures to the community on hearing health, hearing loss and available treatments. For information, call the audiology clinic at (813) 949-1331.NETWORK BREAKFASTThe Wednesday Morning Network Group will meet April 4 at 7:30 a.m., at Hungry Harrys Family Bar-B-Que, at 3116 Land O Lakes Blvd., in Land O Lakes. Each attendee will be able to present a 30-second pitch. Sponsors are RE/MAX Champions Russell and Patricia Bly. The cost is $7 for members, if preregistered by March 29; or $10 at the door for members or guests. Please register online at CentralPascoChamber.com. For information, call the chamber at (813) 909-2722, or email office@centralpascochamber.com. COFFEE SOCIALThe North Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce will have its Monthly Coffee Social on April 5 from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., at the Hilton Garden Inn Tampa Suncoast Parkway. This is a no agenda event with time for social networking. 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raffle, live entertainment, and sampling of foodand wine. Cost Plus World Market sells furniture, dcor from around the world, wine and beer, and gourmet food.For information, visit WorldMarket.com.OFFICE CONDO SOLDHold-Thyssen, a full-service commercial property firm in Winter Park, negotiated the $590,000 sale of a 4,650-square-foot office condo in the Trinity Professional Center in Trinity, according to a news release from the firm. Carol L. Kinnard, transaction specialist in Hold-Thyssens Clearwater office, handled the negotiations. Todo Gato Holdings LLC purchased the condo. The company was represented by Nancy Phaneuf of Commercial Realty and Development. The condo, which was built in 2005, has three units at 8820 Belagio Drive, 8824 Belagio Drive and 1842 Health Care Drive, within the now vacant Building No. 2. Previous tenants included a law firm, financial consultants, insurance agencies and medical practitioners. Hold-Thyssen provides commercial property brokerage, leasing and management services to institutional and private investors nationwide. The 40-year-old firms portfolio includes more than 100 commercial properties.PASCO EDC NETFESTPasco Economic Development Council will host its 16th annual Netfest on April 5 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., at Epperson, 7852 Curley Road in Wesley Chapel. The event will have a Caribbean Cowboy theme, with opportunities to mingle and network with business and community leaders near Eppersons Crystal Lagoon.The cost is $50 per person. The fee for Pasco EDC investors and guests is $40 per person, and for Pasco County staff members, $30 per person. Sponsorships also are available. For more information, call Suzanne Renczkowski at Pasco EDC, at (813) 9260827, ext. 226, or send an email to Suzanne@Pascoedc.com. 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