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The name and logo were unveiled May 14 by Florida Hospital representatives and Gordie Zimmermann whose company, Z Mitch, is building the 150,000-square-foot ice rink and sports complex. The name is fitting, said Zimmermann, because so much takes place in a rink at center ice. That includes face-offs over hockey pucks and figure skaters waiting for their music cues to begin their programs, he said. “It truly is a center for sports. It has a By Michael MurilloWhen Arts in Motion presents “Seussical” at Pasco Middle School this weekend, the audience will recognize Dr. Seuss’ famous characters and stories that have entertained children for decades. And they’ll also experience something that sets the play apart from many musicals: A lot more music. “It is honestly, let’s say, 97 percent music,” said director Craig Hartfield. “There’s very few lines, and even those lines are in verse, because it is Seuss.” Having that many musical numbers presents challenges from a production standpoint. But Hartfield brings extensive experience to the job. He has been directing acting for decades and has directed “Seussical” before, but this is his first play with Arts in Motion. And, as a play for Arts In Motion — a local nonprofit dedicated to cultivating arts education and youth theater — all the characters are played by actors ranging in age between 5 and 18 years. In “Seussical,” the age of the average performer is just over 10. The actors also have a little extra work, too. “Seussical” is double-casted, meaning the major roles are played by more than one actor. Most actors also perform in more than one role. That format requires a tight production with actors knowing what role to play and where to be at any given moment, Hartfield isn’t worried. He’s happy with his cast and the support he’s received from Arts in Motion. “They’re very organized. It’s very important to them that there’s a strong level of support for me and the kids in the show,” Hartfield said about Arts in Motion. Having multiple roles gives the cast a chance to get in a lot of work, rather than learning one character’s lines and waiting around for their speaking role. Some actors will be speaking or singing as one character and then dancing as another. When it comes to “Seussical,” there are many moving parts. The play has nearly 50 cast members playing more than two dozen important PHOTOS COURTESY OF ARTS IN MOTIONThe cast of ‘Seussical’ has been rehearsing at The Alliance Church of Zephyrhills, but performers will bring the production to Pasco Middle School this weekend. From left to right are Josh Corjay, Melanie Kender, Roman Ricardo and Rhett Ricardo.By Kathy SteeleMore retail and a new apartment complex — on vacant land northeast of The Shops at Wiregrass — are on the drawing board at Pasco County’s planning department. Forest City Enterprises, the developers of The Shops at Wiregrass, and NRP Group are partnering on the next phase of development on the former Wiregrass Ranch property in Wesley Chapel. Conceptual plans filed with the county show a development of 248 apartments and 127,000 square feet of retail. Among the retail possibilities are restaurants, a specialty market, a cinema and shops. Forest City will handle the commercial side of the project. NRP Group will build the apartment complex. The retail portion likely will fall within 120,000 square feet but could be somewhat larger or smaller depending on the tenants’ needs, said Abbas Hasan, manager of planning and development for the Cleveland-based Forest City Enterprises. The next step is filing an application with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the federal agency that would approve a permit for the project. “The process takes quite a long time,” Hasan said. “We’re trying to get all the pieces together.” Specifics on tenants and construction schedules are on hold until the Corps of Engineers weighs in, and the project is further along. “The Shops at Wiregrass are basically a lifestyle center and an open-air mall. This is more a few large anchor type users and more specialty stores,” Hasan said. “It will complement the mall and others in the area.”The apartments will be linked with the retail, so that residents will be able to walk to the retail part of the development, said Kurt Kehoe, vice president of NRP Group, which has offices in Lake Mary, Florida.“Being able to have the pedestrian and vehicular connections to both existing and upcoming commercial is key,” Kehoe said. “In a suburban area, this is not normally what you find.” The project will include three-story and four-story buildings, with upscale apartments. Most of the apartments will be one-bedroom and two-bedroom layouts, though some will have three bedrooms, Kehoe said. Some apartments will have detached garages. There will be a clubhouse, pool and fitness area. “Generally there is a lot of optimism for the tri-county area, especially Pasco,” he said. “There’s a lot of desire to live, work and play out there.”Apartments and new retail coming to Wiregrass Ice rink complex gets name PHOTOS COURTESY OF FLORIDA HOSPITAL CENTER ICEHockey fans watch from the sidelines in this interior rendering of Florida Hospital Center Ice, an ice rink and sports complex under construction at the State Road 56 and Interstate 75 interchange.Arts in Motion’s new musical is ‘Seussical’ While most of ‘Seussical’ involves singing, the cast also faces plenty of acting and dancing challenges, too. See SEUSSICAL, page9A See ICE, page9A


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The meeting was called to take care of housekeeping chores, such as by-laws and scheduling decisions, but it got underway with a jolt. Clay Colson interrupted Pasco County Chairman Ted Schrader’s introductions to declare a “point of order” and challenge the panel’s right to meet. Colson argued that the May 11 meeting date failed to satisfy a 30-day deadline set by county commissioners when they approved the panel and appointed its members. Schrader threatened to have a deputy sheriff remove anyone disrupting the meeting. And Pasco County Attorney Jeffrey Steinsnyder said the date was chosen by consensus among panel members. He added that a court order would be needed to shut down the meeting. Former Pasco County Commissioner Michael Cox will lead the charter panel and business owner Randy Maggard will serve as vice-chairman. “I don’t personally believe county government is broken,” Cox said. “Can we make it better? That is my hope.”Speaking during the public comment portion of the meeting, Colson said, “I don’t feel represented by a single one of you. None of you has my best interests at heart.”Colson also told the panel he and others plan to gather the required signatures to establish a charter commission that would include members that reflect Pasco’s diversity. Since its appointment in April, the panel has come under criticism because all 15 members are white, and only one member is a woman. There are five alternates. Pasco’s five commissioners each made two appointments. The five members of Pasco County’s legislative delegation rounded out the panel, with one appointment each. Under state law, either a majority of commissioners or a petition signed by 15 percent of the county’s registered voters – about 45,000 signatures – can create a charter commission. Once a commission is created, it must complete a charter that Pasco voters would approve or reject. However, the Pasco commission created a panel, rather than a commission, to allow an option of recommending no change to Pasco’s government. If a charter were recommended, a vote likely would be scheduled in 2016. The panel will consider issues such as whether the county should have singlemember districts, whether commissioners should have term limits and whether the administrator should be appointed or there should be an elected administrator or mayor. Panel members briefly introduced themselves and explained why they want to serve. Real estate broker Patti Spoeth, an alterate, said she wanted only to do “what is best for our county.” Attorney Robert Eckard said, “If there is a better way to do government, I think it behooves us to look at that.” Panel members also adopted by-laws and agreed to broadcast future meetings on Pasco TV. The next meeting will be June 8 with other meetings to follow on the second and fourth Mondays of each month for approximately 18 months. During public comment, residents expressed concerns and displeasure with the panel. Several residents from unincorporated Hudson said they worried that one reason for changing government was to impose utility taxes. State law allows charter governments to adopt such a tax. “You can’t drive up costs of people who can’t afford it or live on fixed income,” said Hudson resident Ronald Balentine. “This is my main concern.” William Dumas, a Wesley Chapel resident and local NAACP leader, said he believed the panel had an agenda that includes utility taxes. “You sit here and pretend ‘I’m new to this. I don’t know what’s going on.’ Nonsense,” he said. “You’re a fraud. You’re all a fraud, and that’s generous.” Panel member Billy Brown, who is general manager at Withlacoochee River Electric Cooperative, later said, “If anybody in county government thinks they are going to get a utility tax, it will be over my dead body.” Land O’ Lakes resident and United School Employees of Pasco union president Kenny Blankenship said he is worried about the impact of charter government on the county’s school system. He also has reservations because the panel doesn’t match the county’s demographics. “Where is the rich diversity of Pasco County? Where is the local business owner? Gender diversity?” he asked. Former Commissioner Pat Mulieri had the last word at public comment. “This is a big undertaking,” she said. “I encourage you to keep an open mind.” Information on the charter panel and upcoming meetings can be found at The Pasco County Utilities staff, now working in New Port Richey, will soon be moving to an office in Land O’ Lakes. A new Utilities Administration Building will be opening at 19420 Central Blvd. The 50,000-square-foot building, centrally located within Pasco County, is scheduled to be finished by early summer. An exact move date has not yet been determined. The building in Land O’Lakes will be the central administration location for the Pasco Utilities System and will be located on the southeast corner of U.S. 41 and Central Boulevard. Services will continue to be provided at each utilities branch location. “Our goal is to reduce the requirement for customers to come to the office by offering more online functions,” said Craig McCandless, customer service administrator, in a news release. “We are currently working on an Online Application Process that would enable residential customers to open accounts via email,” he added.Plans for the new Utilities Administration Building began in 2004 but were put on hold until estimated costs for the building were reduced by several million dollars because of the economic downtown, according to the May 2015 Community Connection newsletter issued by Pasco County.The Pasco County Commission awarded the construction bid to proceed for the project on Feb. 11, 2014. The bid of nearly $9 million went to Construction Technology Group. Fleischman Garcia of Tampa is the project architect. A notice to proceed on the project was issued on Feb. 14, 2014. 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SUBSCRIPTIONS: Paid subscriptions available for those outside delivery area. Call 813-909-2800.CIRCULATION: If you did not receive your paper, or to stop your paper, call 727-530-5521.NEWS DEADLINE: Thursday at noon. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE: Friday at noon. DISPLAY AD DEADLINE: Thursday, 5 p.m.EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS: Suggestions for news content and coverage are welcome and e-mails are invited. Publisher reserves the right to edit and/or reject any editorial and advertising content.LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: We welcome community topics in the 250-word range. 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Nance started with Simon 17 years ago as director of marketing at Muncie Mall in Muncie, Indiana. She held that job for nine years before shifting career direction into mall management. She has been in charge of overall operations at Muncie Mall, Muncie Plaza and Northwood Plaza in Indiana. She is a graduate of Ball State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing and management, with a specialization in sales and promotion. Simon, the mall’s developer, has estimated that the project will yield between 300 and 500 construction jobs and as many as 800 retail jobs. More than 110 retailers are expected to open, though, to date, only the anchor, Saks Off Fifth Fashion Outlet, has been announced. The mall is expected to have regional appeal as a destination for shoppers from Pasco, Hillsborough and surrounding areas. A job fair likely will take place about 60 days prior to opening date, said Simon spokesman Les Morris. Simon Property Group has more than 80 Premium Outlets worldwide with upscale retailers such as Banana Republic, DKNY, Dior and J. Crew. The outlet mall is a major feature within the master-planned community known as Cypress Creek Town Center. Three developers, including Simon, are working on different residential and commercial phases of the project. COURTESY SIMON PROPERTY GROUPStacey Nance, a long-time mall manager in Indiana, will be the general manager for Tampa Premium Outlets.Stacey Nance will lead Tampa Premium OutletsA sixth-grade student from Imagine School at Land O’ Lakes won an essay contest on the topic about whether taxes are important or not. The contest was conducted by Pasco County Tax Collector Mike Fasano, as part of Clerk & Comptroller Paula O’ Neill’s Constitutional Officers Essay Contest. Grace Ann Spurza’s essay was selected by a panel of judges from 220 contest entries received from students in grades six through eight, according to a news release from Fasano’s office. Students were asked to write an essay answering this question: “Do you think taxes are important? If so, why? If not, why not?” According to the judges, the Imagine School student’s essay best communicated her response to the topic question, while meeting the contest’s overall criteria for structure, appearance and readability, the release says. “I am very proud of all the students who participated in this essay contest,” Fasano states, in the release. “With so many excellent entries to read, the choice the panel made was a tough one. However, Grace Ann Spurza’s essay best embodied the spirit of the contest. She deserves high praise for standing out among all the entries submitted,” the tax collector adds. In her essay, the sixth-grader writes, in part, “I know my life would surely be different if no one paid taxes. Saturday mornings would not be the same if the local dog park was closed and I could not spend time playing with my dog, Coco.” Other things would be different, too, according to her essay, including this: “I would not have to write this essay if our taxes did not pay to fund the education system because there would be no public schools in our country.”The essay contest winner received her prize — an iPad Mini — at a ceremony at Imagine School at Land O’ Lakes on April 24.Aimee Williams, the school’s principal, was on hand to introduce Fasano as well as the prize-winning student and her family. The award was presented before an assembly of her peers at Imagine School at Land O’ Lakes. Fasano also sent a letter to all of those entering the competition, thanking them for taking part. COURTESY OF PASCO COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR MIKE FASANOSixth-grader wins essay contest on taxesPasco County Tax Collector Mike Fasano poses with Linda Ann Spurza, Grace Ann Spurza and Ian Spurza during a presentation at Imagine School at Land O’ Lakes. Grace Ann Spurza won an essay contest on the topic of whether taxes are important or not. Linda Ann Spurza is her mother and Ian Spurza is her brother. TheLaker / LutzNewswww.lakerlutznews .com


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For information or to register, call (813) 330-0623, or email PUTNAM TO SPEAK AT REAGAN DINNERFlorida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam will be the keynote speaker at the annual Republican Party fundraiser Reagan Dinner on May 28 at Spartan Manor in New Port Richey. For information and ticket prices, call Bill Bunting at (727) 514-7676, Jeannie James at (813) 731-7121, or Fred Manno at (813) 838-3556.LUTZ GUV’NA CANDIDATE LUNCHEONThe GFWC Lutz-Land O’ Lakes Woman’s Club is hosting an Artists of Italy Luncheon in support of its candidate, KarenSue Molis, May 28 at 11:30 a.m., at the Lutz Community Center. The cost is $6. Everyone is welcome to attend. The menu includes rigatoni, salad, bread, cupcakes and sorbet. For information, visit SUMMER ART SHOWThe Pasco-Hernando State College Rao Musunuru MD Art Gallery will showcase artwork from faculty and staff in the annual Faculty & Staff Summer Art Show May 28 through June 24, in the Alric Pottberg Library, 10230 Ridge Road in New Port Richey. There will be an opening reception May 28 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. For information and viewing times, call (727) 816-3231.MEXICO PRESENTATIONThe Lutz Senior Center, 112 First Ave., N.W., will host a Culture Issue: Mexico presentation on May 29 at 11 a.m. For information, call (813) 264-3804.NATALIA RICABAL FUNDRAISERThere will be a fundraiser for Natalia Ricabal, of Lutz, at Chick-fil-A, 15801 N. Dale Mabry Highway, on May 29. Diners can mention Natalia’s name and Chick-fil-A will donate 20 percent of the purchase to her family for cancer medical expenses. 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For information, call (813) 282-2850.GUV’NA BINGO BLASTThe GFWC Lutz-Land O’ Lakes Woman’s Club will host a Bingo Blast to support its candidate, KarenSue Molis, June 3 from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Land O’ Lakes Winery, 3901 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. Admission is $10 and includes bingo, prizes, drawings and light snacks. There will be a cash bar. For information, call (813) 996-4909.ACTORS STUDIO SEEKS INTERNSVenue Actors Studio, 4989 72nd Ave., in Pinellas Park, is looking for summer interns to work from June 8 to Aug. 22. Applicants should have previous theater experience, be Red Crosscertified as a babysitter, and have one letter of recommendation from a teacher. Interns will assist instructors with class materials, set design, costuming, mask making and other art projects. Full-day and half-day schedules are available. Interested students should contact the Venue Theatre at (727) 822-6194, to submit a resume.SMART DRIVER COURSEThe Land O’ Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, will offer the AARP Smart Driver class for drivers ages 50 and older on June 11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Insurance companies may offer a discount for completing the class. The certificate is valid for three years. The cost for AARP members is $15, and $20 for non-members. For information, call Bev Cogdill at (813) 907-3908.BLACKWOOD STUDIOS TURNS 50Blackwood Studios will host its 50th Anniversary Recital & Reunion Party with a recital of The Wizard of Oz June 12 and June 13 at the Wesley Chapel Center for Performing Arts, and an anniversary celebration June 14 at the Dan Cannon Auditorium at the Pasco County Fairgrounds in Dade City. For information, call (352) 5675919, or visit BONSAI TREE DEMOSEve’s Garden Gifts, 5602 Land O’ Lakes Blvd., in Land O’ Lakes, will offer free bonsai tree demonstrations and seminars from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., every Saturday now through the summer. The focus will be on bonsai trees as a hobby and relieving stress. Guests can bring their own bonsai trees for the demonstrations and advice. For information, call (813) 996-5012, or visit, CROCHET FOR CANCERLadies who enjoy knitting or crocheting meet at First Baptist Church of Lutz, 18116 U.S. 41, the second and fourth Monday of every month, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., to make blankets and caps to donate to cancer patients at local hospitals. For information, call Kay Rausch at (813) 991-1514 or Pat Martin at (813) 948-3513. Free document shreddingShred360 will offer free document shredding at Sports & Field Family Athletic Club of Wesley Chapel, 2029 Arrowgrass Drive, on May 21 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., in support of Military Appreciation Month. Guests can bring up to five boxes or bags and do not have to remove or separate binders, clips, rubber bands, wire folders, CDs or DVDs. For information, call (813) 944-2223. Donations also will be collected for The American Fallen Soldiers Project. For information, visit workshopCareerSource Pasco County will host a veterans workshop May 22 from 10 a.m. to noon at 15000 Citrus Country Drive in Dade City. The guest speaker will be Jennifer Ball who will explain how Florida TRADE Grant can help develop and implement technical skills. For information, call (727) 484-3444, or email chapter meetingLand O’ Lakes AARP Chapter 4764 will meet May 22 at 10:30 a.m., at the Land O’ Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. The guest speaker will be Mark Van Trees, director of Support the Troops in Wesley Chapel, an organization that operates on donations of goods and money to support our overseas military with care packages. For information, email Day at senior centerThe Lutz Senior Center, 112 First Ave., N.W., will host a Memorial Day celebration “Honoring and Recognition” May 22 at 1 p.m., including refreshments. For information, call (813) 264-3804.Clearwater aquarium offersClearwater Marine Aquarium will offer free admission May 23 to June 7 for the employees and families of law enforcement, firefighter, emergency medical services and Coast Guard that serve Pasco, Hillsborough and Pinellas counties. There is a limit of five admissions per family, with valid photo ID and organization ID. Members of the military receive free admission yearround. For information, call Amy Binder at (727) 441-1790, ext. 242.Golfer’s Grail military appreciationGolfer’s Grail Indoor Golf & Tap, 10019 N. Dale Mabry Highway in Tampa, is offering one complimentary hour of simulator golf to all military members through the month of May. 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Fitness and wellness programs, as well as orthopedic and outpatient rehabilitation services, also will be provided. “Not only are we going to be a name on the building, but we’ll have a function inside the building,” Bales-Chubb said. The complex is headed for a fall 2015 opening, likely around the same time as the nearby Tampa Premium Outlets opens, Zimmermann said. Pre-construction work is nearly finished, and Zimmermann anticipates building construction to be underway by summer. The facility is expected to have regional and even international appeal from youth hockey leagues to global hockey tournaments. “We’re getting a lot of people nationwide and in Canada who are interested,” Zimmermann said. There will be four full-sized ice rinks and a mini-rink. A removable pad will be able to double as a multi-purpose floor for basketball and other sports, including soccer and lacrosse. A sports-themed family-style restaurant also is planned. Non-sports activities, such as dog shows and graduation ceremonies, are likely as well. Some open house events will be sponsored this summer, Zimmermann said. One sport that might find a home at the ice rink is curling. University of South Florida graduate Tabitha Holden can hardly wait. She became a curling enthusiast during the last Winter Olympics.She and other USF students joined together to find team members and a coach and donors willing to pledge funding for a curling league. But they soon learned the biggest hurdle is finding a facility that can accommodate special icing needs for curling.Holden, 27, hasn’t given up though. Florida Hospital Center Ice could be just the place they need. “This is a really cool game,” Holden said. roles. It’s reassuring that the children are all interested in theater and really want to be there, Hartfield said. The training they get by being in Arts in Motion productions also makes his job easier, he added. “They’re well-trained. They know what they’re supposed to be doing,” Hartsfield said. Melanie Kender, a senior at Pasco High School, definitely knows what she’s doing. In six years with Arts in Motion, she’s performed in around a dozen productions, and now she’s a Cat In The Hat and a Wickersham Brother in “Seussical.” As an experienced performer, Kender helps the younger actors get comfortable with the ins and outs of community theater. “The training that we get through Arts in Motion, we carry on with it, and we grow with it,” Kender said. That includes beyond high school. Kender plans to pursue theater opportunities at Pasco-Hernando State College. For now, she’s getting into her roles.For the Cat In The Hat, that meant reading the books and watching clips of Mike Myers’ take on the character in the 2003 film.Kender also spends hours each week rehearsing with the cast at The Alliance Church of Zephyrhills, and will start fivehour days as the show draws near. The end result should be a unique take on the character, especially if people are expecting a male in the role. “It’s a whole other level of trying to accomplish this character,” Kender said. “I’m going to be the best Cat I can be.” Hartfield is expecting all the actors to be at their best, and for the audience to enjoy the unusual take on stories they already know. Instead of a simple retelling, “Seussical” blends several stories together, providing familiarity and something fresh for those who already love Dr. Seuss. “The storylines are all in there, but no entire story is told. It’s not about telling one story. It’s about taking all these stories and mixing them into this one musical,” Hartfield said. Showtimes are May 22 and May 23 at 7:30 p.m., with matinees on May 23 and May 24 at 3 p.m. Pasco Middle School is located at 13925 14th St., in Dade City. Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors and $7 for students. 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Topics of discussion will include early detection, signs and symptoms, prognosis, disease stages, treatment options, medications and more. The guest speakers will include physicians, nurses, dietitians, pharmacists and social workers. Refreshments will be served. For information, call (727) 808-4818.MYOTONIC DYSTROPHY SUPPORTTemple Elijah, 21021 State Road 54 in Lutz, will host a myotonic dystrophy support group May 23 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The group will discuss shared experiences and is open to individuals, family, friends and the community. Refreshments will be served.For information, call Elizabeth Melendez at (813) 949-9917, or email DONATION SEMINARRegional Medical Center Bayonet Point will present a Tuesday Tutorial called Organ Donation: The Gift of Life to Give and Receive on May 26 at the Rao Musunuru MD Conference Center, 14100 Yosemite Drive in Hudson. The guest speaker will be Michelle Lee of LifeLink of Florida. A complimentary lunch will be served. For information and reservations, call (727) 869-5498.FOOT AND ANKLE CARE Oak Hill Hospital will have a Total Foot & Ankle Care symposium May 26 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., at Heritage Pines Country Club, 11524 Scenic Hills Blvd., in Hudson. The guest speakers will be Dr. Lyle Breeding, board-certified general and vascular surgeon; Dr. Val Haddon, podiatric surgeon, and foot and ankle specialist; and Dr. Charles Miller, board-certified podiatrist. A question-and-answer session will follow the presentation. A complimentary hot meal will be served. For information and reservations, call (352) 597-6333.CARING FOR CANCER GROUPOak Hill Hospital, 11375 Cortez Blvd., in Brooksville, will have a caring for cancer support group meeting May 26 at 11 a.m., for those dealing with cancer, cancer survivors, family members and caregivers. Participants will be provided with educational material about cancer and cancer treatment. For information, call Kimberly Loucks at (352) 597-6095.HEALTH AND FITNESS DAYThe Lutz Senior Center, 112 First Ave., N.W., will host National Health & Fitness Day activities on May 27 at 10 a.m. For information, call (813) 264-3804.GENERAL CANCER SUPPORTFlorida Cancer Affiliates will host a general cancer support group meeting May 27 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at its center in Trinity at 3611 Little Road. Survivors and family members can share their concerns and learn what others have experienced. For information, call (727) 808-4818.DEFIBRILLATOR SEMINAR The Arrhythmia Center of Florida will host a support group at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, 1400 Fivay Road in Hudson, and a seminar on the internal cardiac defibrillator May 27 at 1 p.m. For information and to make a reservation, call (727) 869-5498.CHATTERBOXES MEETINGThe Medical Center of Trinity, 9330 State Road 54, will host a Chatterboxes meeting May 28 at 3 p.m. The group assists individuals suffering from communication deficits as a result of a cerebral vascular incident or other neurological disorder. For information, call (727) 834-4445. Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point is an Advanced Primary Stroke CenterStroke Awareness Lecture Series Registration starts at 11 | Lunch 11:30 | Tutorials begin at Noon 6/2/15 Stroke: Overview of Prevention & Treatment of StrokePRESENTER: Dr. Ganesh M. Chari MD Neurology6/9/15 Hemorrhagic Stroke: What is it? How to Treat it. PRESENTER: Dr. John Soliman DO Neurosurgery6/16/15 Therapy & Rehabilitation: Stroke Rehab. PRESENTER: Rehab Team, Connie Garces Brooks Rehabilitation PT, DPT, CBIS Center Manager, PT, UNF Neurological Residency Program6/30/15 Stroke & Heart: Atrial Fibrillation & Stroke PRESENTER: Dr. Rajiva Goyal MD Electrophysiology, Cardiovasular DiseaseReservations RequiredPlease call 727-869-5498 | 1-888-741-5119Tuesday Tutorialswith Complimentary Lunch for the Community atRAO MUSUNURU, M.D. CONFERENCE CENTERREGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER BAYONET POINT14100 Yosemite Drive, Hudson, FL 34667 (Back Campus of the Hospital) Provider of EXCEPTIONAL MEDICAL CARE WITH NO EXCEPTIONS 10A May 20, 2015 What you should know about Longevity and Long-Term Care with Life InsuranceYou and a guest are invited to join us for an educational seminar on Life Insurance with Long Term Care. We will discuss how your death benefit may be used to cover long-term care expenses, what coverage Medicare provides, and how to protect your nest egg from care expenses. Location:11300 State Road 54 Suite 100 Trinity, FL 34655Date/Time:Tuesday, May 26, 2015 10:30 a.m.Guest SpeakerJames Henley, CLU, ChFC, Wealth Management Consultant Saybrus Partners Presented by:Wells Fargo Advisors at TrinitySeating is limited. RSVP to Beth Doyle at 727-815-3000 or beth.doyle@wellsfargoadvisors.comThere will be discussion on a specific John Hancock Universal Life Insurance product at this event. This event is sponsored and financial supported by Saybrus Partners. Insurance products are offered through nonbank insurance agency affiliated of Wells Fargo & Company and are underwritten by unaffiliated insurance companies. 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May 20, 201511A Celebrate Month of the WomanBayCare invites you to participate in Month of the Woman, an annual series of programs in May that focus on womens health and wellness. Join us for Ladies Night Out featuring emergency medicine experts Robert Martinez, MD, and Katrina Cordero, DO.Thursday, May , pmWomen and Stroke St. Josephs Hospital-North (Lutz)Free Seminars | Free Parking | Refreshments ProvidedRegistration is required: () -bt | BayCareEvents.orgBC_b


YOUR EYES WILL BE YOUR EYES WILL BE AMAZED The “rst of its kind in the Southeastern U.S., a dazzling display of custom-made Chinese lantern structures are illuminating Tampas Lowry Park Zoo! Colossal by day and radiant after dark, guests can discover 30 spectacular scenes representing traditional Chinese dragons and folklore along with larger-than-life replicas of Zoo animals. Zoominations also features Chinese performers and an artisan market with unique handmade crafts. Presented by LIMITED TIME ENGAGEMENT THROUGH MAY, 2015 Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community Sports Community Sports 12A May 20, 2015SOCCER LEAGUE REGISTRATION ENDS MAY 29NewAPSL, a recreational adult soccer league with what they describe as “a touch of competitiveness,” will begin its summer season on May 31. They have men’s, women’s and coed teams, with games on Sunday afternoons and Wednesday evenings. Registration for teams and players is open until May 29. Players must be at least 18 years old. For information and to register, call (747) 999-5425, or visit TRYOUTS STARTING MAY 26The Wesley Chapel Soccer Club will host competitive tryouts May 26 through May 31 at Wesley Chapel District Park, 7727 Boyette Road. The tryouts are for players ages 8 through 18. The club has professional, licensed coaches. Qualified players will participate in local and regional leagues and tournaments. They also will have competitive tryouts for boys and girls U6 on May 26 and May 28. For information and the complete tryout schedule, visit TOURNAMENT MAY 22Fishin’ For the Mission, the Fifth Annual Inshore Catch & Release Fishing Tournament, will take place May 22 at the Magnuson Hotel-Marina Cove, 6800 Sunshine Skyway Lane in St. Petersburg. Proceeds benefit the CREATION Wellness Center at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills. The cost is $250 per angler and includes boat and captain, fishing equipment, breakfast and lunch, a goodie bag, a tournament shirt, giveaways and awards. There also will be a casual reception on May 21. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m., with the tournament starting at 9 a.m. For information, call the Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation at (813) 783-6144.JUNE CHEER CAMP AT BISHOP MCLAUGHLINBishop McLaughlin Catholic High School, 13651 Hays Road in Spring Hill, will host a cheer camp for children entering kindergarten through sixth grade. The camp will be June 8 through June 11, from 9 a.m. until noon. Campers will perform at a special presentation for family and friends on June 11 at 11 a.m. They’ll also get to attend and cheer at a home football game later in the year. The cost is $100 and includes a T-shirt. For information and to reserve a spot, contact coach Adriana Brown at (813) 8925548 or VOLLEYBALL CAMPS IN JUNEGaither High School will have its 2015 Cowboy Volleyball Camps beginning in June. The middle school camp, which includes incoming ninth-graders, will be from June 8 until July 15, on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The high school camp will be from June 9 until July 16, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Camps will be closed June 29 through July 3.The cost is $75 and teaches conditioning, training, drills and skill development. For information, call (813) 975-7340, ext. 535, or email Gaither volleyball coach Tim Boylan at ATHLETIC CAMPS AT PHSCPasco-Hernando State College will host a series of athletic camps beginning in June. A boys and girls basketball camp for players ages 7 to 17 will be June 8 to June 10 from 9:30 a.m. until noon. There also will be a special skills session on the same days from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The cost is $75 for the general session, $50 for the skills session, or $120 for both. A boys’ baseball camp for ages 7 to 13 will take place June 8 to June 10 from 9 a.m. to noon. The cost is $75. A girls’ fast-pitch softball camp for ages 8 to 17 will be held June 8 through June 11 from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. The cost is $65. Two girls volleyball camps will take place June 15 to June 17. An individual skills session for ages 8 to 18 will be from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. There will be a specialty session on the same days from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The cost is $100 for each camp, or $175 for both. All sessions will be at the college’s campus at 10230 Ridge Road in New Port Richey. For information and to register, visit CHEER CLINIC IN JUNEThe Little Seahawk Cheer Clinic, for elementary and middle school students, will be June 17 and June 18 at Sunlake High School, 3023 Sunlake Blvd., in Land O’ Lakes. Attendees will receive a T-shirt and will have an opportunity to cheer with the varsity cheerleaders during the first quarter of the Seahawks’ first home football game of the season. Funds raised will go toward purchasing uniforms for the school’s cheerleading squad.The clinic will be both days from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The cost is $25 per session, or $45 for both. For information, email coach Pennye Garcia at By Michael MurilloThe Steinbrenner High School baseball team had a great season, winning many games and establishing themselves as a force in their district. But really, that’s not news. They’ve done that every year since the school opened in 2009. What is news is how the high school team — which loses players every year to graduation and turns over its entire roster every few seasons — continues to operate at a high level of success. All signs for that achievement point to head coach John Crumbley. He’s been a constant presence since the Warriors began playing baseball. But Crumbley isn’t taking the credit for the team’s consistent success. “We’ve got good kids at our school, and we have coaches who feel we have a formula that works,” Crumbley said. Still, what has worked at Steinbrenner the past six years also worked at Jesuit High School, where Crumbley coached baseball for 22 years and was athletic director for three years. The coach’s resume at Jesuit includes 11 trips to the state final four, two runner-up finishes and three championships. Now, with two district titles in six years, Crumbley wants the Warriors to experience the same kind of success as Jesuit’s team achieved. “I kind of want these kids to feel that experience of what I’ve been fortunate enough to succeed at in my career,” he said. At first, it didn’t look like this season would be like the others. The team struggled when the year began. The Warriors lost their first two games and were still struggling a quarter of the way through their campaign. But they righted the ship, at one point winning 10 out of 11 games in a row. In one three-game span during that run, they outscored their opponents 56-2. But most of their games were closer, and Steinbrenner came out on top most of the time with good defense and pitching. They held their opponent to one run or less 15 times, and went 13-2 in those games. Unfortunately, one of those two low-scoring losses came in the regional semifinals, when Durant High School beat the Warriors 1-0 in extra innings. Steinbrenner finished the year with a 19-7 record, a Class 7A-8 district title and matched the school’s farthest journey into the playoffs to date. Crumbley credits the team with sticking with the game plan, even when the wins weren’t coming early on, and following the path to success they’ve built at Steinbrenner. “The kids and teams that buy into our system, our philosophies and our techniques — those teams are able to do a little better,” he said. According to senior pitcher Ryan Fatzinger, part of those philosophies and techniques involve limiting mistakes and finding ways to manufacture runs. “We’ve had a lot of success with discipline at the plate. We don’t strike out much, and we minimize the errors on defense,” Fatzinger said. Knowing that he has a strong defense behind him gives him confidence on the mound, since the pressure isn’t solely on him to perform. Fatzinger will carry the confidence he gained at Steinbrenner to Pasco-Hernando State College, where he’ll be part of the Conquistadors’ potent baseball program. He feels prepared to join a successful college program after being a part of a successful program at Steinbrenner, which he attributes in part to Crumbley’s straightforward attitude with his players. The coach’s successes — at Jesuit and now at Steinbrenner — are widely known, and motivate his players to not let him down, Fatzinger said. “People don’t want to lose, especially with him as the coach,” he said. The Warriors haven’t done much losing with Crumbley at the helm, regardless of who’s on the field in any particular year. Next season will definitely include some new faces: Steinbrenner will lose 10 seniors, although not all of them were starters. There were effective pitchers, like Fatzinger, that they’ll have to replace, but Crumbley is confident his developmental team has the players necessary to provide a roster that will enable Steinbrenner to continue its pursuit of excellence. For now, Crumbley can reflect on the year, appreciate the team’s accomplishments and recognize this year’s performance as a successful continuation of Steinbrenner baseball’s already-strong pedigree. “Winning the district title is huge,” Crumbley said. “and being that we’re six years old, and we’ve got two of them already, that’s pretty quick for a lot of places.” PHOTOS COURTESY OF EVAN ABRAMSONThe Warriors didn’t always score a lot, but they usually got what they needed by manufacturing runs and getting smart play from players like Andrew Lindsay.Steinbrenner adds on another district title 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 SPORTSSEND SPORTS NEWS TO MMURILLO@LAKERLUTZNEWS.COMCHECKTHIS OUT The Tampa Bay Rebels, a semipro team that plays in the Florida Basketball Association, schedules its home games at Freedom High School. But, it will hit the road for some games this fall that will take the team out of Tampa. And Florida. And the United States. The Rebels will undergo its fourth international tour to face professional teams from outside the U.S. The country and schedule haven’t been announced yet, but it continues an annual tradition of sharpening player skills by giving them extra competition. That competition seems to pay off. The Rebels won the FBA league title in 2012, and lost in the league finals the past two years. As they gear up for another season of competition, they’ll hope that the extra experience helps them get them back to the championship game and claim another league title.The team will also be having tryouts in July, in both Tampa and North Carolina. Interested parties can email their basketball history to PHOTO COURTESY OF TAMPA BAY REBELS SEND SPORTS NEWS TO MMURILLO@LAKERLUTZNEWS.COM When the runs weren’t pouring in, Steinbrenner relied on strong defense and good pitching, like the kind they received from senior Ryan Fatzinger.Rebels hit the road against international teams


MAY 20, 2015The LAKER/ INSIDE: Directories, Classifieds, Games & MoreThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWSLutz NEWS BBy B.C. ManionIt’s a Saturday morning and the sound of a basketball hitting the court reverberates throughout the gym in the Saint John Paul II Youth Center. Sneakers squeak, as players race back and forth down the court in a pickup game during the center’s open gym. Located on the campus of St. Timothy Catholic Church in Lutz, the center officially opened on the Feast Day of Saint Timothy in late January. The 18,000-square-foot facility was built with kids in mind. Besides basketball, the court can be used for volleyball, kickball and other games. The youth center also has a caf, a recording center, a game room, multiple gathering spaces and a sound system that plays throughout the building. There’s also a patio area and a green space for outdoor events. While others were busy playing basketball, 9-year-old Gabe Linder and 10-year-old Aviva Banks were playing a game of Ladder Toss, which involves tossing two balls connected by a string to try to land them on the rung of a ladder. The kids seemed to be having fun. The two were good-natured competitors, with Linder coaching Banks, as they went along. “Try it underhand,” he suggested. Whenever one of them had a good shot, they were both enthusiastic. In another room at the center, musicians have a chance to jam and, once it is soundproofed, to record music. CJ Linder, 10, was in that room — banging out a drum solo. He paused, briefly, to offer his assessment of the youth center. “I think it’s pretty cool,” he said. In terms of programming, the center is in its infancy, said Judy Anderson, the youth ministry coordinator. When its fully up and running, she envisions a place that is teeming with activity. Besides offering places to play sports and make music, there are also places to play board games, to watch big-screen TVs, to grab a snack, just hang out and chat, or attend Faith Formation classes. “This is a dream come true,” said Anderson, noting it has been one of St. Timothy’s goals for at least a decade. It’s just an answer to prayer, I tell you. “We haven’t had a dedicated space for youth only. We’ve had to modify the adult space, over in the parish hall. Now, we have this dedicated space,” Anderson said. The total cost of the center is about $2.3 million, including furnishings. The cost of the construction is being funded by St. Timothy parishioners via the Forward in Faith Campaign, which is also raising funds for Diocesan projects, including the Mother Teresa of Calcutta school and other projects. The furnishings for the center have been funded, or donated, by parishioners and through fundraising activities such as the March Madness Auction Dinner and the Family Fall Festival. The idea was to create a magnet for youths. “Kids were going other places, and we wanted to figure out, ‘Well, how can we attract them?’ ” Anderson said. Diane Elsen, a longtime church volunteer, believes the youth center will have a huge impact. “I just think it’s going to transform youth ministry at St. Timothy’s,” Elsen said. “It gives them (youths), just the ability to have somewhere to hang — because that is so important to people their age,” Elsen said. Parents welcome the center, too, Elsen said. “They know how important it is for kids to have a place to gather,” she said. The youth center will help with the church’s outreach efforts, too, both Anderson and Elsen said. “We want to make it available to our community at St. Timothy’s, and we want them to bring their friends,” Anderson said. “Our Pope Francis has made it very clear. We need to be welcoming to everybody.” Elsen added: “It gives us a chance to evangelize others. Friends can come.” The youth center’s dcor includes posters of saints, so visitors can learn about them and, Anderson hopes, be influenced by their examples. “We take the time, and we talk about Jesus, in between sports. It’s a great segue to learn about their faith and have fun at the same time in this space,” Anderson said. The youth center also will provide an indoor gym for students attending the Mother Teresa of Calcutta Catholic School. The school, formerly known as Most Holy Redeemer Catholic School is now located at 302 E. Linebaugh Ave., in Tampa, but is moving this fall to St. Tim’s campus at 17512 Lakeshore Road in Lutz. Anderson coached at Most Holy Redeemer for 14 years. She recalls practicing outdoors on 90-degree days, when her players could barely keep hydrated enough to have a decent workout. There were other issues, too, such as highway noise and court conditions. “We had to sweep the leaves and the nuts off each time we practiced. We had to haul water out there,” she said. Anderson is pleased that Mother Teresa of Calcutta teams will have an indoor gym. It’ll also be nice for after-school sports and for indoor gym on rainy days, she said. But that doesn’t mean the kids will play inside all of the time. “We want them to still be outside for fresh air,” Anderson said. Aviva Banks and Gabe Linder are enjoying a game of Ladder Toss. The two are good-natured competitors, enjoying each other’s good shots as the game progresses. Diane Elsen, a longtime volunteer at St. Timothy Catholic Church, expects the youth center to have a tremendous impact on the church’s youth ministry. CJ Linder pounds out a drum solo in a room that’s intended for music jams at the new St. John Paul II Youth Center at St. Timothy Catholic Church in Lutz. Judy Anderson, youth ministry coordinator for St. Timothy Catholic Church, said the church’s new youth center aims to give youths a chance to have a good time and learn more about their faith, too.B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTOSIt’s quiet outside of the St. John Paul II Youth Center now, but once programming gets into full swing, the foot traffic is exp ected to pick up.Giving youths a healthy place to hang out


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There are certain situations where a federal student loan can be forgiven, canceled, or discharged, but those options are rare, the county agency says. Recent graduates may qualify an incomedriven payment plan, or Pay As You Earn (PAYE). This plan caps your monthly federal student loan payment at 10 percent of your discretionary income. If you have older loans, you may qualify for an income-based repayment (IBR), which calculates your debt in comparison to your income and family size. Student loan forgiveness is free, though it is not always possible. Scammers target innocent victims, especially those who are desperate for options. They will claim that they know how to help you and will promise relief from student debts, but this often comes through misleading advertising, hidden fees, and questionable consolidation loans. Beware of these warning signs: Unless there is a specific health reason as to why you would not be able to make decisions on your own, such as Alzheimer’s or Dementia, it is not standard practice for a lender to require a power of attorney. rower that it’s too difficult to apply on their own. The FedLoan Servicing online application process has been improved and typically takes less than 30 minutes to complete. consolidating. This might be true, but borrowers often have their loan placed in general forbearance to do so once the loan consolidation is complete. This only holds the payment, and interest continues to be added during that time, increasing the amount you owe. Borrowers can apply for forbearance online for free. only option for student loan debt concern. They neglect to inform a borrower that there are other options for repayment of their debt other than a consolidation loan, including the Pay as You Earn or IncomeBased Repayment plans. 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Bouncing + sliding + eating = Fun!More than 675 kids and adults turned out for the second annual Pasco County Law Enforcement Family Fun Day presented by Proly, Laporte & Mulligan P.A., and a long list of local business sponsors, according to a news release submitted by Julie Rinaldi. The event, on April 25 at the FOP Lodge 29, featured a water slide, Disney characters, a bounce house and all sorts of family fun. Hungry Harry’s Family Bar-B-Que served nearly 500 meals, and kids were entertained by Olaf, Elsa and Anna — three character’s from Disney’s smash hit “Frozen,” the news release says. Other fun stuff for the kids included pony rides and face painting. Door prizes included a week’s getaway at a vacation condo near Disney and a gas grill from Lowe’s.Vehicles from the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office were on display, and kids could pose with them to have their pictures taken. A K-9 demonstration wowed the crowd, and the Pasco Sheriff’s Mounted Posse also showed off their horses. The event also included a memorial and celebration of life balloon release to honor Trooper Chelsea Richard, who was killed in May 2014 in the line of duty, the news release adds. Robert Larcom played “After Amazing Grace” to a tearful crowd, after which Trooper Richard’s 5-year-old son, Clayton, directed the balloon release by announcing, “Go!” After event expenses are paid, remaining funds will be donated to the Pasco Fallen Officer Memorial and Benefit Foundation, according to the release. In addition to the festivities, the event included a celebration of life balloon release to honor Trooper Chelsea Richard, who was killed in May 2014 in the line of duty. Kids were having a blast sliding down the giant slide at the second annual Law Enforcement Officers Family Fun Day in Land O’ Lakes.Children had a ball bouncing around at the bounce house at the second annual Law Enforcement Officers Family Fun Day.


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