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The courier
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in the

'Experiencing God'
author visit
draws thousands
to conferences,

One reader's view on
salvation, a thank you
from the Women's
Club, senior softbal-
lers and a couple
of questions.

All dressed up with
no where to boo?
Check out the guide
to fall festivals.

Community Harvest
Day benefits United
Food Bank of Plant




Plant City is opening its heart, and
wallet. for three local teens suffering
from life-threatening diseases. And
organizers of a drive to help the three
young women are hoping it all trans-
lates to one of the biggest fundraising
drives in the city this year.
All three girls Megan Carpente., 17,
Alexandria Prescott. 16, and Brandi Red-
mond. 15 attend Plaint City High School.



Their illnesses have been hard on
their families, said Chris Prevart. public
relations manager for Bill Heard Chevro-
let, who is heading up the effort. Bill Heard
Chevrolet is hosting a mini-golf tourna-
ment and selling window-pane sponsor-
ships to help the girls.
Prescott suffers trom a generic neuro-
muscular disease that attacks DNA. Red-
mond was diagnosed with a formnner of
cancer, Hodgkin's lymphoma earlier
this year.Carpenter has been fighting
adrenal cortical carcinoma, a cancer of tdihe
adrenal glands. since she was 11.
"It's definitely a hard time for these fam-
ilies right now," Prevatt said. "But they
See HEARTS, Page 14

KEVIN BRADY/Stlaf photo
Customers coming into Bill Heard Chevrolet of Plant City are greeted with an arch
supporting three teens with life-threatening diseases. The company is also selling
windowpane sponsorships to help the three families. Above, Charles White,
president of the Plant City Rotary Foundation Inc., Paul Baker, executive manager
at Bill Heard Chevrolet in Plant City, and Chris Prevatt, public relations manager at
Bill Heard, stand in front of the dealership.

Step Back

In Time

With live entertainment, arts and crafts, heri-
tage crafts, a children's corner and roving host
and hostesses in period costumes, the 29th
annual Pioneer Heritage Day Oct. 21 promises a
liitle something for everyone.
"For the younger generation, it gives you
insight as to how your ancestors lived on a daily
basis. How they valued life, had a strong work
ethic and -social commitment, all of which can
See TIME, Page 7

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KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
Brenda Inlow, front, an administrative assistant
with the East Hillsborough Historical Society,
and Betty Wilson, a volunteer in the society's
archives, prepare to welcome visitors up the
steps of the 1914 Plant City High School Commu-
nity Center for Pioneer Heritage Day.

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to date. You may need proof of

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shelter for exotic pets.
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cage (appropriate for your pet)
* Pet food, bottled water and
any medications, enough for
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and treats)
* Proof of up-to-date
* Current photo of you with your
pet (as proof of ownership)
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Teams (CERT) or a disaster services volunteer. With training, you will have
a better ability to recognize, prepare for, respond to, and recover from any
disaster. These teams assist their neighbors until help arrives. Volunteers
serve in shelters and, after the storm, provide emergency supplies and
food for victims and emergency workers. If you would like to sign up or to
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Opry Kicks Off 10th Season With 'Outlaw'

The Florida Opry reaches a milestone
this weekend when it kicks off its 10th
Started as a way to draw visitors down-
town, Merle Henry, founder and presi-
dent of the Opry, didn't think it would
last a decade.
"I was a pharmacist with a business
downtown then and we all wanted to
draw more people into downtown Plant
City," said Henry, a former president of
the Downtown Merchants Association
who also helped organize the monthly
car shows that have become so popular
downtown. The car shows started in April
1995. The Opry opened in January 1996.
"We wanted people to come to down-
town Plant City instead of going to Lake-

land or Tampa," Henry
What explains the
Opry's longevity?
"I think we have given
,: audiences their money's
worth and have provided
.,. .. good wholesome family
I entertainment; and real
good entertainment I
Dickerson might add," said Henry,
pointing to acts from not
only central Florida but across the U.S.
that have graced the Opry stage.
"There's a market for good wholesome
entertainment out there."
And they keep coming back.
"We have a lot of repeat customers,"
Henry said. "They come from all over,
with some even coming from Avon Park,
New Port Richey and Tarpon Springs."
Tyler Dickerson, Southern Star Blue-
grass and the Chapter III Trio will be
familiar to longtime Opry fans, and some
new ones, when the new season kicks off

at 7 p.m. Oct. 21 at 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center, 605 N. Collins

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The prospective judges were all under the watchful eye of Kansas City Barbeque Society instructors who asked them to
grade the entries and explain their reasoning during the event.

Pig Jam Judges Get Their Licks In


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Just whose barbecue is better?
Those are the kind of decisions
most of us might enjoy making, but
some serious training must go into
picking out that perfect rib or piece of
That's why the Plant City Chamber
of Commerce hosted a Kansas City
Barbeque Society Judges School Oct.
16 at Grandpa Johnson's BBQ. The
judges are getting ready for the Nov.
18 Plant City Pig Jam State BBQ
Championship at the Randy Larson
Softball Four-Plex.
"Tonight is all about gleaning
knowledge and learning," Kansas City
Barbeque Society instructor Stephen
Smith told table captains as they
prepared the simulated barbecue
contest. The table captains bring food
to a table during a barbecue contest,
but their primary role is to ensure all
the entries meet Kansas City Barbe-
que Society standards. The society is
acknowledged across the U.S. as the
official body of top-flight barbecue
Smith, who has been the Kansas

Working hard in the kitchen to prepare the entries were, from left, Todd Shuff,
Fred Williams, Mark Poppell and Owen Johnson.

City Barbeque Society instructor at
every Pig Jam, said the event is now
one of the best in the country.
"The standard of barbecue at Pig
Jam is excellent," he said. "Some of
the biggest names in the field come to
Pig Jam. You have a wonderful contest
here the prize money is great, the
crowds are friendly, it's a good time of
year and the organizers have done a
great job to make it a fun contest. I

could go on and on, but it's just a
great event."
Pig Jam will feature live music,
entertainment and lots of activities,
organizers say. Last year's event
attracted almost 10,000 visitors with
competitors from all over Florida and
several from other states.
Admission is free; parking is $3.
Information: 754-3707 or www.plan-


Dickerson, a 12-year-old performer
living in New Port Richey, is the headliner
for the show. Known as "The Outlaw
Kid," he has been singing and performing
since he was 5 years old. He has per-
formed at the Martin County Fair and has
opened for David Lee Murphy, a well-
known country music artist.
Most recently, he performed at Sunsets
at Pier 60 on Clearwater Beach. He was
the first country music entertainer to be
asked to perform at the pier.
He also continues to sing at local
events in the Tampa Bay area.
Tickets for the show are $12 with
reserved seats $15. Opry season tickets
are $125. For information or tickets, call
Henry at 752-4094.
Next up at the Opry is a Nov. 4 concert
with Gary Elvis, Bryan Chytka, Ken
McWilliams and the Nashville Band and
The Faithful men Gospel Quartet.

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Community Harvest to aid
food bank
Community Harvest Day,
benefiting United Food Bank
& Services of Plant City, is Oct.
21 from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
Strawberry Town, 3161 Paul
Buchman Highway, on the
southwest corner of State
Road 39 and Sam Allen Road.
Community Harvest Day
will feature a corn roast, free
iced tea, a pumpkin-painting
contest, vintage automobiles,
live entertainment by area
musicians, a live broadcast by
radio station Spirit 90.5 FM
and hourly raffles for prizes.
Those attending who bring a
nonperishable food item for
the food bank will receive a
raffle ticket for each item
donated. The caf6 at Straw-
berry Town's Fresh Produce
Market will also be open with
hot dogs, Cubans, sand-
wiches, desserts and ice
cream. Call: 754-8265.

Golf tourney
The Plant City Optimist
Club and Plant City Recrea-
tion & Parks Department will
sponsor a charity golf tourna-
ment Oct. 21 at the Walden
Lake Golf & Country Club,
2001 Clubhouse Drive.
]Mone\ raised will benefit
dhe Optirnist youth programs
in Plant City. Cost is $60 per
person for golf, cart, range
balls, two beverage tickets, a
meal and door prizes.
Registration forms are
available at the Recreation &
Parks Department adminis-
tration office, 1904 S. Park
Road, and online at the
department's Web site,
www. plantritygoov.comn, .' ec,
or call 75- il-6 or 759-1019.

Pumpkins on sale
First United Methodist of
Plant City will sell pumpkins
through Oct. 31 on the lawn of
the Wesley Center, located at
the corner of Reynolds and
Wheeler streets, from 10 a.m.
to 7 p.m. Call: 754 3519.

Strawberry Festival Queen
Young women interested in
vying for next year's title of
Florida Strawberry Festival
Queen must attend a meeting
Nov. 5 at 2 p.m. at the new
Expo Building in the director's
conference room.
Contestants between the
ages of 16 and 20 may pick up
applications at the orienta-
tion. Call: 752-3963.

Junior Royalty Pageant
registration Nov. 7
Registration for the Straw-
berry Festival's Junior Royalty
Pageant, open to young ladies
between 5 and 15, is set Nov. 7
at the new Expo Building on
the Strawberry Festival
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m.
and close at 7.
Parking for the event will be
on the north side of the admi-
nistration office on the fair-
The competition will take
place Jan. 6 at Tomlin Middle
School. Contestants will be
judged on personality, overall
appearance, natural beauty
and smile.
Questions regarding the
pageant may be directed to
chairwoman Donna Keel,
754-6939 or co-chair Krystal
Almon, 759-2827.



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Fall Festivals
Knight Bapti-t Church plans it-,
annual Fall Festi;al Oct. 21 from 4 to 6
p.m Amenitie.s include free food and
games tor the whole family, and a
"Crazy Hat Contest." The church is at
the corner of Paul Buchman Highwa\
and Knights Griffin Road. Call 7521-
Sydney Baptist Church. 1510 Cre
Road in Dover, ha_- jet its Fall Festival
Oct. 28 for 2 to 5 p.m. for families and
children 4-12 vears old There will be
a chili cook-off, cake bake-off, face
painting. hav rides and more Call:
Bethany Baptist Church, 3409
Cork Road. plans a fall festival Oct. 28
from 2 to 6 p.m. with games. rides and
fellowship. The event is open to the
community. Call: 752-9209.
The Plant City Community
Church of the Nazarene. 2402 Mud
Lake Road, will present its Fall
Festival Oct. 28 from 4 to 7 p.m. There
will be games, prizes. lots of candy,
face painting, music, worship, a moon
walk. tunnel maze, trick or treat lane
and more. Free. Call: 752-7863
Ahava Baptist Church, 6015 W.
Farkas Road, just south of Turkey
Creek Middle School, plans a fall
festival Oct. 28 from 3 to 5 p.m. with
free food, games and a "lumpie
Castle." Even one is welcome. Free.
Call: 73-37-39.
Church on the Rock of Plant City,
301 E. AJsobrook St.. will host its
annual Fall Festival Oct. 29 from 4 to
6:30 p.m. This Halloween alternative
event for the whole family. feature-,
game booths with candy and prizes, a
bounce house, climbing wall, horse
rides, face painting and live music.
Drawings for door prizes include four
bicycles and a television. Free adrrds-
sion. The organizers ask participants
to wear non-scary costumes only.
Call: 752-3740.
Shiloh Baptist Church will host its
annual Trunk or Treat Oct. 29 from 6
to 7:31. p.m. Families will be tra ireling
from trunk to trunk collecting candy
and goodies, as well as having fun
with moon walks, hay ride. and
games. Costumes may be worn. but
the organizers ask for nothing scary.
Call: 752-8345.
East-ide Baptist Church. 1318 E.
Calhoun St., will host its annual Fall
Festival iHalloween alternate el, Oct.
30 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. The event
includes a free hot dog dinner, hay
ride and candy and prizes at Bible-
themed booths. Families are welcome
and organizers ask participants not to
wear evil-themed co.tumes. Call: 754-


TECO plans blood drive
A Florida Blood Services bloodmobile
will be on site Oct. 19 from 10 a.m. noon at
TECO Energy, 405 Martin Luther King Jr.

Teen night at MLK center
A teen night at the Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Recreation Center with pizza and
music is planned for Oct. 20 from 7 to mid-
night. The event is for ages 13 to 17. Cost:
For more information, contact La'Tosha
Lewis at llewis@plantcitygov.com or call

Strawberry Classic Car Show
The Strawberry Classic Car Show will be
Oct. 21 from 4 to 9 p.m. The event includes
antiques, customs, classics and hot rods in
and around McCall Park, 100 N. Collins St.
Admission and registration is free.
Information: 754-3707 or www.plantci-


Picks of the Week

Photo courtesy of UPS Store

Republican Women's

Club event
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club plans
a Celebrate Our Freedoms event
Oct. 27 at 6:30 p.m. at the
Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
Special guests will be Republi-
can candidates and elected
officials. Admission is $20. At
right, organizers of the event
include, from left, Wendy
Brown, Melane Byrd and Mary
Jo Futch. Not pictured are Judi
Whitson and Tina Pike. Call:
Melane Byrd, 754-0424.

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UPS Store hosts

food drive
The UPS Store has joined
United Food Bank to help
provide assistance to
families in eastern Hills-
borough County. The store,
117 W. Alexander St., is
trying to collect 10 pounds
of food and $10 a day during
the month of October. The
store is offering $2 off
shipping to those who
donate a canned or boxed
food item. Call: 754-5533.


Pickerings in concert
Plant City Community Church of
the Nazarene, 2402 Mud Lake
Road, will host a concert with
The Pickerings from 2 to 6 p.m.
Oct. 22. The group has per-
formed across the U.S. and
appeared at many Gospel sings,
said Pastor Don Corzine. "We
would like to invite the whole
community to this concert."
Admission free. Call: 752-7863.


Photo courtesy of Plant City Recreation & Parks Department

Youth Halloween costume party
The next Kids Night Out, a monthly event for children ages 6 to 11 at Planteen
Recreation Center, 301 Dort St., will feature a Halloween costume party. Youths can
also enjoy pizza, arts and crafts and movies at the event, which runs from 6 to 9
p.m., Oct. 21. Cost is $5. Information: www.plantcitygov.com/rec, click the Kid's
Night Out link, or contact Chris Washburn at cwashburn@plantcitygov.com or call
659-4200, Ext. 4340. Above, the winners of last year's contest.

See CALENDAR, Page 25



Plant City, 604
Whitehall St., 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m., Oct. 20-21.
Tools, furniture,
quilts and household
Plant City, 3307 W.
Risk St., 8:30 a.m. to 6
p.m., Oct. 21. Furni-
ture, records, clothes,
Cork, 3208 Cork
Road, starting at 6
a.m., Oct. 21. Clothes,
knickknacks and
household items.
Plant City, 1705
Oakwood Estate
Drive, Oct. 21-22 and
28-29. Furniture, TV,
children's clothes
and miscellaneous
Plant City, 801 S.
Wiggins Road, start-
ing at 7 a.m., Oct. 21.
Plant City, 2508
Savannah Drive, 8
a.m. to 2 p.m., Oct.
21. Fall craft sale.
Plant City, 2106 N.
Merrin St., starting at
7 a.m., Oct. 21.
Miscellaneous items.
Plant City, 1111 W.
Reynolds St., Apt. H,
Oct. 23-27. Entertain-
ment center, leather
couch, pine table/
chairs and buffet, oak
bedroom set and

The Plant City Kiwanis
Club meets Wednesdays at
noon at the Ramada Inn, 2011
N. Wheeler St.
Call: Ken Gibbs, 752-6171.

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club
invites singles to a dance
every Friday from 8 p.m. to
midnight at the Stardust
Dance Center in Plant City
Plaza, 1405 Collins St.
The cost is $5 for mem-
bers, $7 for nonmembers.
Call: 752-9277 or 759-

Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan
Club meets the first and
third Thursday of every
month at 6:45 a.m. at the
Orange Blossom Tea Room,
106 S. Evers St.
Call: Ann Churchwell,

Al-Anon meeting
Hope Al-Anon meets
Monday at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Clement Catholic Church,
1104 N. Alexander St., Room
7. Call: 752-5316.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of
Plant City meets at 7:30 p.m.
on the third Thursday of the
month at the First United
Methodist Church Wesley
Center. Call Don Rainard,


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There Are

No Shortcuts

To Salvation
Last week's Courier had a story
on the Scientology Church ("Sci-
entologist Center Plans Decem-
ber Opening") and a statement
by its deputy director of special
affairs mentioning, "We are all
very excited about it. We are
receiving a lot of nice feedback
from people in Plant City."
I have been accused of trying
to save Plant City or the good
folk of it in previous letters to
The Courier with my concern of
this so-called religion or church.
I am concerned, though,
about those that seek shortcuts
to what our Bible teaches.
One name and only through
this name can mankind find
peace and hope. Acts 4:2, also
Galatians 1:8 warns us, "But
though we, or an Angel from
Heaven preach any other gospel
unto you than that we have
preached unto you, let him be
There is only one foundation
mankind can base its salvation
on and it is only through Jesus
Christ, his sacrifice and blood,
death, burial, resurrection, that
we can have salvation.

Think how with a ministry of
only 3 1/2 years Jesus affected
our world. We have a calendar
based on his birth. We have
schools, colleges, hospitals,
orphanages started because of
him. We have art and humani-
tarian acts in his name.
Never in the history of this
world has one name affected so
many in so many lands and lan-
Many have been seeking
shortcuts over the centuries to
the cross. Sorry, there are none.
Not through metaphysics,
witchcraft, familiar spirits or
through believing in beings
coming to earth from other
planets and populating earth.
George L. Henson
Plant City

Senior Softball

Team Seeks

The South Florida Baptist
Hospital 60-and-older softball
team plans its first practice Nov.
3 for 9 a.m. All practices and
games will be played at one of the
softball fields adjacent to the
Randy L. Lawson Stadium.
Anyone wishing to join the team

should come to the first practice.
Senior softball is one of the
fastest-growing sports for sen-
iors and the league, now in its
16th year, has plans to expand.
Lakeland Senior Winter League
will have 120 players. Two years
ago the 60-and-over team won
the national championship.
Life has taught aging softball
players a few things. First, live
for the moment. Every pitch, hit
and catch on these beautiful
mornings is a gift. Second,
never slide into second base.
For all their help, the league
would also like to thank South
Florida Baptist Hospital; William
Ulbright and Jack Vosconcellos
in particular. The commitment
by the hospital shows that exer-
cise at any age is necessary to
continue a healthy lifestyle.
Our thanks to Emilio Mend-
ovza and crew for the terrific job
on maintaining the playing fields.
Looking forward to seeing
you Nov. 3. We have the uni-
forms. For information, call
754-8649 or 717-7789.
John Wolfe and

Reader Seeks

Does anyone in Plant City

know where Roseland Park, the
oldest subdivision, got its name?
I would also like to know if it
is possible to locate the dental
records from Sharpstone Dental
Associates, formerly at 2290
U.S. 92 E. next to the bowling
Dr. David W. Goldston
Plant City

Thanks From

Woman's Club
The members of the GFWC
Woman's Club of Plant City
wish to express our sincere
appreciation to the entire Plant
City community for their
support of our annual spaghetti
dinner held Oct. 5 to benefit our
scholarship fund.
We apologize for the delays
caused by a power outage.
TECO was working diligently on
the problem, but it took longer
than expected to restore the
power. We look forward to your
continued support.
Also, we would like to thank
The Courier for its coverage and
support of our club's activities.
Alise Sollenberger

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Friend OfFarmworkerLeaves Legacy

My Spanish was a little rusty. OK, it was a lot
rusty and I frequently turned to Arnold
Andrews for help. "Como se dice ...? (How do
you say...?)" Then I'd ask him the word I'd


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want him to translate for me
He'd chuckle and dutifully
give me the Spanish equiva-
lent so I could stumble
through the conversation with
the young mother newly
arrived from Mexico.
At one point, she turned to
Andrews and began speaking
in rapid-fire Spanish. He
started laughing.
"What'd she say," I asked,
unable to make out any of the
"She said, 'You speak
Spanish funny,'" he answered,
clearly amused.
I think that's probably why
Andrews put up with me. He
was a busy guy, always had
plenty of projects on his plate.
However, he managed to drop
everything when I called for
an interview or a tour of his
latest project. I imagine I was
his comic relief.
Then again, he had plenty of
reasons to want publicity for
his projects, all directed toward
the poorest, most helpless,
disenfranchised residents of
the area. Publicity brought the
possibility of more dollars. And
it seemed that Andrews was
always begging for funding to
help migrant farmworkers,
drug-addicted mothers, the
homeless, the terminally ill,
orphaned children, hurricane
victims. Wherever there was a
need, Andrews wasn't far away.
The first time I met Andrews
was shortly after then-St.


Petersburg Diocese Bishop
John Favalora founded the San
Jose Mission on 24 acres on
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Boulevard in Dover in 1992.
"He took a tour of the area
and saw the squalid living
conditions of the farm work-
ers," said Andrews. "He saw
kids brought out into the fields
and left under a tree exposed
to pesticides and red ants
while their parents worked."
Favalora, now archbishop
of Miami, started a day-care
program and then brought in
11 other nonprofit agencies to
provide health, education arid
social services at the mission
named for St. Joseph, patron
saint of the worker.
However, as the executive
director of Catholic Charities,
Andrews was frustrated at the
Third-World conditions the

farm workers and their
families were living in 10
family members packed in a
trailer with no running water,
toddlers playing outside in raw
sewage and entire families
sleeping in station wagons.
Andrews had this vision of
creating a village where
migrant farm workers could
live, obtain health care,
education, legal services,
child care and social services.
It was a pie-in-the-sky
concept. It'd never been done
But Andrews, one of those
rare individuals who was both
a gentleman and a gentle man,
had two things in his favor:
determination and faith.
"The farmworkers are good,
hard-working salt-of-the-earth
folks but their needs are so
tremendous. Here, we can
make a difference," he told me.
The Hillsborough County
Commission approved his plan
to build houses, or casitas, for
96 families along with a 12,000-
square-foot community center
and school at the mission in
2000. The state Department of
Community Affairs, federal
Housing and Urban Develop-
ment, Hillsborough County
and the Catholic Florida
Community Loan Fund
provided the funding.
The idea was to give these
families a clean, healthy
environment in which to live,
allowing them to save some
money so they could purchase
their own home and make
room for another migrant
family in need.
Three years later, in Octo-
ber 2003, Gov. Jeb Bush and
U.S. Rep. Adam Putnam, R-

Bartow, were on hand for the
grand opening of the San Jose
I marveled at
all that
Andrews had
in such a short
time and
wished I'd
4T gotten the
Andrews news of his
death from a
friend or perhaps my parish
priest. Instead, I got it the
callous way: from the network
It was announced two days
later that Andrews had been
on the Conair plane that
crashed Aug. 27 in Lexington,
Ky. I stood for a moment in
disbelief, then my legs began
to weaken and I promptly sat
down, fearing I'd collapse.
It was inconceivable. He was
-so vital, so energetic, so full of
enthusiasm. He had so many
plans, so much left to do.
Then I recalled the last time
I'd seen him. He was giving
me a tour of the village.
Children were running
around us, playing tag,
laughing and shouting. I had
to ask the soft-spoken
Andrews to repeat himself so I
could hear him over the noise.
"What'd you say?" I asked
"Mission accomplished," he
replied, gesturing around him.

D'Ann White is the editor of
the Brandon News.

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be educational," said Shelby Bender,
president of the East Hillsborough His-
torical Society, the sponsoring
organization of the event. "For the older
generation, it brings lot of pleasant
The event, which includes a special
focus on heritage crafts this year, will

also include tours of 1914 Plant City
High School, pioneer tradespeople, pio-
neer demonstrations, foods, bake sale,
treasures sale and antiques.
The event will take place from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m., at the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center, 605 N.
Collins St., in the heart of Plant City's
historic district.
Visitors can tour classrooms in the
high school listed on the National Reg-
ister of Historic Places and take a trip

back through time browsing through
the museum, camera and photography
display, medical equipment room, anti-
que furniture, clothing and agriculture
room. The Quintilla Geer Bruton
Archives Center, on the first floor of the
building, also contains documents
where visitors can browse through Plant
City history or look up their ancestry.
The third floor is home to the John
Briggs Art Studio, Gladys Jeffcoat's
camera and photography display and


the H.B. Plant Railroad Historical Soci-
ety where model trains travel through
early Plant City, complete with replicas
of buildings and homes.
The funds raised from the event go
toward the continuing restoration and
upkeep of the building.
There is no admission charge and free
parking is available. For more
information about the event contact
Brenda Inlow at 757-9226 or e-mail

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S :' Photo courtesy of Barbara Miller
Above, Alise Sollenberger, left, and Nancy Smith brought home
a President's Choice award from the Florida Federation of
"Women's Clubs' annual Fall Board Meeting in Orlando. At left,
distinguished East Hillsborough Historical Society member and
Plant City native William Reece Smith Jr., and guest Edith
S. '" Chapman Schmidt, also a Plant City native, enjoy the society
S* ... .. dinner.

Historical Society Banquet Welcomes Luminaries


Members and guests were
warmly welcomed at the
annual banquet of the East
Hillsborough Historical Soci-
ety Oct. 10 at the 1914 Plant
City High School Community
Society president Shelby
Bender introduced board
members and distinguished
guests, including board
member William Reece Smith
Jr., a Rhodes Scholar, adjunct
professor at Stetson University
College of Law, author, and
past president of American,
International and Florida Bar
Born and raised in Plant
City, Smith is currently chair
emeritus at the law firm of
Carlton Fields.
After a meal of chicken and
yellow rice, black beans, crab
cakes and cheesecake, Histor-
ical Society vice president-
elect Marsha Passmore
introduced Mayor John Dicks
who fondly recalled Smith's
dad's stamp collection and
how it had sparked his interest
in history as a youngster.
Dicks praised the society for
its efforts in digitizing past
issues of The Courier and gave
tribute to those present who
helped guide him through
school, including teachers
Beryle Buchman Wolf and
Martha Dixon, along with

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Above, history-loving Mayor John Dicks and Shelby Bender,
president of the East Hillsborough Historical Society and the
city's Historic Resources Board, embraced the society's efforts
to digitize old issues of The Courier. At right, The Buckshot
Cloggers are on their way to the national clogging champion-
ships. They are, front row, from left, Brandi Partridge, Kayla
Griffin, Shyanne McFalls, Yetta Partridge, Amber English and
Taylor Almand. In back are Leeza Linares, Melissa Wingate,
Mallory Thomas, Michelle Wingate and Kayla English.

principals James "Sonny"
Jones and D.E. Bailey, whose
office he was sent to in the
second grade when his teacher
caught him creating a dust
storm with two chalk erasers.
Welcome Mark, Lucy
Welcome to Plant City,
Mark and Lucy Schultz who
have just opened Lark Photo
and Framing.
Mark, a photographer and
photo lab manager for 27
years in the Philadelphia area
and Winchester, Va., said he
and Lucy, love the small-town
feel here.
Lucy, a Russian-trained civil
engineer and art designer,
takes care of the framing side
of the business while Mark
does a full range of photo and
digital media printing, and res-
toration, as well as computer
upgrading and repairing.
Drop by and say hello to the
Lark team at 1912 James L.
Redman Parkway, between
Staples and Oasis Car Wash.

Dreams come true for
GFWC Woman's Club
"Magical Dreams Come
True" was the theme of the
Florida Federation of Wom-
en's Clubs' annual Fall Board
Meeting in Orlando Sept. 29 to
Oct. 1.
The GFWC Woman's Club
of Plant City was well repre-
sented by president Alise Sol-
lenberger, Betty Astin, Jennie
Harwell, Sylvia Knox, Marilyn
Day, Vivian Devlin, Sharon
Moody, Nancy Smith, Jan Bur-
rows and Barbara Miller.
Nancy Smith, club chair of
arts, received the most
prestigious award in the
scrapbook category; the Presi-
dent's Choice award.
Marilyn Day, the group's
international affairs chairman,
also received her second cer-
tificate of recognition.
The club is participating in a
state college scholarship pro-
gram with the American Cancer
Society and many worthy
UNICEF projects that benefit

children throughout the world.

Hope Lutheran reaches out
Others reaching out to third
world countries are Cindy
Peterson and the Human Care
Ministry Team at Hope
Lutheran Church.
They recently collected
dozens of notebooks, pencils,
erasers, markers and passed
them on to Mike Mueller of
Hope Seeds, director of a world-
wide Bradenton-based mission
organization, who then donated
the supplies to children in Haiti.

Well done Cloggers
Congratulations to the
Buckshot Cloggers who
recently returned from Lenoir,
N.C., where they competed in
the Foothills Clogging Chal-
lenge, and qualified to com-
pete in a national competition
Oct. 28 in Maggie Valley, N.C.
If you are interested in
seeing them perform or having
them perform for your
organization, call Brenda

Photo courtesy of Brenda Eaton

Eaton at 633-3366.

Big hearts help out
Thank you Fred Johnson,
Plant City entrepreneur, and
Harrison Covington, artist and
World War II veteran, both
Plant City natives, for their gen-
erosity and love of community.
Last month, proceeds from
a Grandpa Johnson's barbe-
cue fundraiser went to the
national 3-Day Breast Cancer
Another barbecue fund-
raiser on Nov. 6 benefits the
Harrison Covington veterans
statue planned- for City Hall.
Harrison, an accomplished
artist, is donating his time and
skills to the project.

Have a birthday or family
event you would like to see in
Betty's column? Send items
to gabylee@tampabay.rr.com
or mail or hand deliver to The
Courier, c/o Betty Briggs, 101
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Arianne Nicole Smith and
Nathan Palmer
Henry and Grace Smith of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Arianne Nicole Smith, to
Nathan Palmer. He is the son
of Phillip and Brenda Palmer
of Plant City.

The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Plant City High School
and Travis Vo-Tech. She is a
licensed practical nurse.
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Plant City High
An Oct. 28 wedding is
Jose T. Sanchez II and Mar-
lene R. Haney were married
July 28 at Walden Lake Golf &
Country Club.
The bride is the daughter of
Ronald and Faye Haney of
Marianna and J.C. and Doris
Hawkins of Plant City. She is a
graduate of Plant City High
School and Hillsborough
Community College and is

Jose T. Sanchez II and Marlene
R. Haney
employed in the Planning and
Zoning Department for the
city of Plant City.
The groom is the son of


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Dm,'er 5. D er Rd & Downing St.
tllen Chapel: 1109) E. Laura 1t.
"52-"3 ,)
mount Olle. 1113 U Iladlson 51
Mount Olil e: Horton Rd. "3'-2628
L.samblea .Ipostolica:
1501 Colson Rd. "3" .396
Ipostolki hun-h ol'esus tCrist.
1212 5. Reynolds. .5130
.Abundant li/t: Pinecrest Rd,
Ilhia. 6.5- 240
Betlham. 9504 Ilarnet Rd.
Thonotosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Fellowship:
1110,N. ( nlon St.. '52-5005
Christian life issembih:
31210 5. Miller Rd.. 65"-4 02
Do er First: SR 5'4 6 Pettie Rd.
Faith feample: 1.-- at Hiltsborough-Polk
County line. "52-0532
Faith lighthouse:
3409 SR 39.1. "52.-18
irstl Plant (iht:
(harlie Grilfin Rd.
14 of.SR3o SS. "52..3351
Fort flafia: (orr of South Hiir. 39
& auillel Rd. ""-4656i
ASi l tie SR (.O. ".3" ._803
IlounI lion.
1.I at rhinotoaisi Rd. "52-1614
Pleasant srote:
Turke (Creek Rd. "3"-3529
1 ctorrn' Worship (enter:
IounII I ne AR. "54 (Io9
Sianes: Sidnem Rd. 110 nil. I
of StidnevToier Rd. 659.0.532
lurker Creek:
turkey Creek Rd. "54-5."r2
.ha an: Turker Creek Rd.
A. of wR 60. "J"-3"39
anfia Baptist. 222 41afla Churvi' Rd.
Inioclr Horton Rd. "3"-32140
Berea: 5R39 5. "3"--232
Betbanr: fork Rd. "52-9209
Bethel. 804- : Ren 5ro St. "54-2239
Beulab: Allen & (Couni lin-' Rd.
lithia, "3".1122
Bible: Charlie 6rfrifn Rd,
Buurrmood temple: Enclid Dr &
SR 5"i. '52-3"82
(altart Fre IIIl:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar rwmee:. I. Kerstl e Rd
Central of lithia.
Pinerest & Ker tille Rd
(thurb on the Rock:
301F ..llsobrook. '52-3"40
(ommunlt, Christian:
1310 1. Shannon re, -'5+5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest.
Countryside Baptist Church.
13322 Sydnet Rd.. 5'l-8200
DFoier First. ,\. al/lagher Rd.
Eastside: 1318 F. (alhoun St.
ast ilhonolosassa: M.Ifnlosh/
& Knlghts-Griffln Rd. 986-4346
faith Temple Primilit e
808 I' Washington $1. "51-6661
First Baptist (burch of 11ilma':
.ilduai Rd. "i2.'209
First Baptist lithida
Intersection of 5R 39 &-
lithia.Pineerest Rd. ""-/1121
first Plant Citi
503.,. Palmer. "52-i10
first hmonotou.saa itisioWuiar.
Wtfhito- R,li. 986.1"in
Harmonin Baptist C bhnrhl
rDtl.S P. Kni1hl,% griffin Rd. 986-'"165
tlopencater. 5". -5548
Hopenell 5?R 9 5. '.3{53
knights: Paul Buchman Ihnm.
2. 9"2'

lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd.
lone Oak: lone Oak Rd. "54-52"6
.ounlt .Itoriah Freen III:
Warren ]ohnson St. "54-139"
Ifount Moriah Freenill
20-I2 C(oon Rd. "3j-190
Mount Olle: 604 W U Ball St.
leu Hope freeuill
Baptist Churrh:
3101 Srdnem Dotier Rd., Dover
len .f11. lion Freen ill-
3041 Daniels Rd., ". 23985
r1)' V. Franklin St. "52-2"'9
Oakumd: airport Rd. "52 5499
Plant Ctly Primitive:
5') \ Irers St. "54-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey (reek Rd. "3"-2556
Sbilob Baptist Church:
905 if Terrne Dr.. "54-".#45
Springhead: 5. Wiggins Road.
St. luke itissimiarU.
108 S. Warnell St. "54-l-992
St. ,Itarl's Freeaill:
Hunter & Warren St. '"5- -b853
St. Ilan Ilisionary.
1801 SJ4 6E.. "3".3668
51. flart i Conununih (t huh.
90' F. Laura St. "5 .1616
Sidunm: 1510 Cre Rd. 659-1502
[urker Creek Cfonmninitv
Baptist lInhuh:
54.H" iurke Creek Rd.
.J.-"'j" 122i
Turkey, (reek First
Trapnell Rd. '52-'690)
I ictor .tllissionan: .flaki Rd
Welcome Baptist: 11 {I.S Wlcome
(hlirh St. 1813) "".-2288
Kiestside: 2503 1I Granfield Ale.
"52-14 50
hlltelaurst Rd: 901 1. U1hilehurst Rd.

little I union: 15510 Coundh Rd }9.
lith/ia. 634.'"54
Salem Primilire:
14402 Salern Church Rd.. 5dneu

St. Clement- 110- \. .Ilexander S1.
"i2 8.251

,A. gilder Rd: 938 1. F Ilder Rd.
(ork: Cork Road, '52-1521
laura St-: 1310 E. Laura m.
Springhead igginm Rd. "51-485

iDiscipies 01 Crini i
First: 2108 Thonolosassa Rd.

Cornerstone (Christian:
Ilcnlosh Rd. 1of SR 5"

eu Grace: 121-1E. Laura St

lievelanrd. Tern I
(alrarn Communilti
5209 Smith. Ra i Rd
Dover: Donning St, 659-2900
Plant lty 2103 ,Indlake Rd, '52-4591
tlrke, (r -ik. Turker Creek Rd
at SR60. "3"-1331
l"02 \. Tailor Rd, 986-1916

lArni:rciunri hinilir i
Kiueuai First: 2.SS 1KingsmayI ..
vef'ner. 65' 50i
Plant C1h.: Grate ,eltloushipf
"13 I. sobrook St. 61.8/190
fii'i: .1. (,oirdl and Bake# 1t.
Gospel ahernucle. A.llen Haines St

St. Peters: 301% arew St.
"52 511I61

Destiny Church of Plant City
I 12 ,. Wheeler St..

Delierance tabernacle:
808 I'. Grant t.
Refuge Clurrh of Our lord.
"28 iT Ball ft.

full Gospel tabernacle:
2311 Sainumnnds Rd, "54 384.
Restoration .Isenibli.
100 S. frers st
Eviangeliss forjesis Tahbernade:
SR 5"4 F of Doiter. 659-0102

Callar. Chapel Plant City.
1310 ,orth Shannon. lIr.. 692-0510
(bristliin Goa th ( enter:
110 ,\. Shannon. "19.2909
(Coenant Bible (Churh:
IAob [t. omlin Si. "54-1133
Deeper life Fellon ship.
Co illa Rd. W of SR.9 \.
Reriral Outreach Center:
225 %. Dover Rd. 681-2250

Kingdom Hall:3202 ,\. hanlmuat lie.

Church o7fe.ui Clor1l IS-D
1l05 ,1. Park Rd. "52-636-

Hope LOtS. 2001 Park Bitd, "5.4621
lord of li/fi 10-
2104 lind fake Rd. "52-606-

Plant City Communityl
Churnb of the \a:arene
20i2 .IIdlake Road. "52-'863

Full (opel Felion slhidp:
IT. 1clin Are.
Full Go.pel Tahernuuae.
2311 Samnumds Rd. ".541 .43

Greater lore Christian Center:
1109 1. Franklin St. '59-82"0
Impact family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementarr
School. 65"-"'91
Kainos International
Church of lorida:
902 E. Renfo St. "64-0929
Tampa Bible Fellousbtp:
10201 E. Hillsborouagh Are. "'5-26"-
I nir -Christ Church:
1911 i. 6ordon St. 659-2621
}ouman's Praise and Worship (enter:

Hlolt Protection Orl-thodo (a rh:
3820 .foores Lake Rd. Dimer. 659-0123

greater Heights Family
worshipp (etier:
3301C lemons Rd., '54-"086
living Haters lfoumiquare
(hurch- 602 tiEers St. "59-0528
Nen Hope Worship (enter-
t83 HK. tlahoneY St. "5".6123

Douer.. loore s lake & Holines.,
(Church Rd. 659.1301
(hineh ol ll' tlit ing God-
102 liler St. ".5 80

t'iangelical Plant C(11.
110" (Charlie Griffin Rd. "59 93.53
first Pris/i t'riani Pkint Citl
4104 U. Reinohlds St. "52-4211

Walk 'ith God .Itinitry.
15140 SR 5"'. Dueter, 659-0930

Plant (ity: 2-13 Strauibern Dr.

* IUT" I"Sngle.4 Amn Fellou ship &
Eimangelism") 2011 dSouth igins Rd..
"5- 3221

first: Ilk; U jo niison Rd.

t1 hark I ailed Church:
2914 lithia-Pinerrest Rd. lairico,

Cork: 4815 W. Sam.1/len Rd.
"54 3233
Dmner lrst: Ifoore's lake Rd atit
Ietliodit Church Rd. 659 1415
first Plant City: 30 Iv. Fers eSt.
Grace: 1801 [ 1henr, St. 659-."8
Sunnel Hteights: alter rt: "51 2441
5pnnrlgead: 12'05 5parkman Rd.
St. luke: 809 F. Laura St. "5"-6051
lioniotossa&a. Forl in Ha i at
.tislletoe Dr.. 98.6 "135
Trinitr Plant Cilty
402 H. English St. "52-9316

laith Outlrealch (rch of Plant (in'
HC Plant (it CaGmpus
jolm R Trinkle Building
1206 lorth Park Rd.. "59-92"3

Trinity United
Methodist Church
l 40 Engih.i St..
Plant Cirn
For inspiring, meaningful
and practical worship,
join us Sunday
10:30 am

Pastor's Message
"Dealing Gentbl with Failure"

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Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday 5 at 9.L".I 3a.m
Sunday Worship Services
10 15 a.rm and 6 00 pm n)
Tuesday "- :'.0pm .
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Wednesday Worship 6 15 p,.rmr
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St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Ont ., 574 D,,eri
Sunday Masses
7am &10 30anmi English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
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St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185

First United

Church of
Plant City
30 N. Eer- Street
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Open Daily
thru October 31st
10 am-8 pm
WleIle. Centie Lawn

3505 Lone Oak Road, Plant City
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School- 10 00 AM
Morning Worship 11.00 AM
Evening Worship 6 00 PM.
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
7.00 PM
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor

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Nov. 2 is Oscars night for
the Plant City business com-
That's when the Plant City
Chamber of Commerce hands
out its Business of the Year
awards in the Red Rose Bal-
lroom at the Ramada Planta-
tion House.
The banquet starts at 6:30
Invites for the awards ban-
quet, now in its 13th year,
went out two weeks ago.
"Plant City ... The Right
Place, The Right Time, The
Right Choice" is the theme for
this year's banquet.
"Our goal this year is to,
once again, honor those com-
panies that have enriched our
past and are poised to support
our future," said Marion M.
Smith, chamber president.
In 2005, the chamber recog-
nized Platinum Bank, Sim-
mons Engraving &
Monogramming, Marjon Spe-
cialty Foods Inc., Bill Heard
Chevrolet and Outback Steak-
house for their economic and
civic contributions to the
Since 1993, the chamber's
Economic Development
Council has presented
Business of the Year awards to

almost 60 businesses and
The finalists for the awards
Growing Business (one to
five years in business)
Boggs & Butcher Engi-
neering LLC; In the Field -
Hillsborough's Agriculture
Magazine; Magnolia
Construction and Real Estate
Small Business (one to 15
Central Florida Custom
Homes Inc.; Hopewell Funeral
Home & Memorial Gardens;
Tile Barn Carpet & Interiors
Mid-Size Business (16 to
50 employees)
Camacho Inc.; Edwards,
Platt, & Raulerson, Coakley &
Co. P.A.; Gulf Coast Turf &
Large Business (More than
50 employees)
Albertsons Inc.; Santa
Sweets Inc.; South Florida
Baptist Hospital
Available sponsorships for
the event are: invitations/
programs ($500); decorations
($250); Growing Business
Award ($100); Small Business
Award ($100); Mid-Size
Business Award ($100); Large
Business Award ($100); and
Special Business Award
Information: Amy at 754-
3707 or amy@plantcity.org.

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Sunday, October 22nd, 2006
From 11:30 to 1:00
2001 N. Park Rd, Plant City
Q) Help support our youth ministry by joining us for our silent auction. The money raised at this event will go to send
L youth to the Floridoa-Georgia Jr. High Youth Gathering, the National Youth Gathering, and our serivoce projects both
0. locally and around the nation.
Baskets can be viewed starting at 9:00 am. Bidding begins at 11:45 and ends at 12:45.
I/) Up for auction are baskets appealing to everyone including...
Event Tickets
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: and more
Handmade Afghans of all colors
and sizes Gift Certificates
1im Including Testing o two free sessions from Knowledge Points Tutoring, Oasis Car Wash, Fred's Market,
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I. A Week at a Cabin in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee,
Tupperware, Paintings, Plants, Food, Services,
and so much morel
6) So join us and may the best bidder win!
m Thanks to our generous donors: Oasis Auto Bath, Dinosaur World, Tampa Bay lightning,
Karbo(s Bar & Grill, ABC Pizza House, Cypress Gardens, Imperial Symphony Orchestra,
Knowledge Points, Publix Grocery, Fred's Market, Walden Lake Car Wash and Lube,
Quality Precast, Thrivant Financial Services, Kathy Bravis, Creative Flowers by Glenn, :
4) The Tiki Boutique, The Artistry Spa and Salon, The Bake Shoppe, Tip to Toe, Kash and Kr., /'
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The Oct. 14 concert pulled in a packed house at First Baptist Church of Plant City. Almost 3,000 people turned out for the
series of concerts, according to organizers. Pictured at left, Henry Blackaby invited worshipers to come to the altar to pray
during the celebration.

City Welcomes Blackabys

Plant City turned out en masse for "Experiencing God"
with author Henry Blackaby and his son Richard last week-
The Blackabys were in town for a Spiritual Leadership
Conference. The three-day visit was organized by Somebody
Cares Plant City and the Shiloh Baptist Association. Black-
aby helmed a breakfast for business leaders Oct. 13 followed
by conferences for pastors and the community at large. First

Baptist Church of Plant City also staged "Experiencing God:
The Musical" with Gary Rhodes and Claire Cloninger Oct.
"From the business breakfast, through the conferences to
the concerts, the whole weekend was exceptional," said
Norm Blanton, director of Somebody Cares Plant City who
started working on bringing the Blackabys to town more
than a year ago.
"I think you will see a freshness of spirit and love as a
result of this event that will reverberate throughout the com-
munity for a long time," he said. "We all experienced God
this weekend."

About midway into the program, children
filled the steps of the altar to sing "My
Abba's Child."

Pictured above left, the Plant City Combined Choir, which included members from half a dozen churches, performs.
The orchestra filled the front of the altar. Above right, worshippers hold up their hands in praise during the event. At
right, the choir gets into full voice during the service.

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Joyce T. Wetherington, 80,
of Plant City died Aug. 29.
She was born in Lilly and
was a lifelong resident of Plant
She was a homemaker and
attended Shiloh Baptist
She is survived by five sons,
Allan and Bryce, both of Plant
City, Wade of Tampa, Rodney
of Clermont and Kimball of
Lake City; four daughters, Joy
O'Connell of Fredericksburg,
Va., Gay Smith and Jana
Mercer, both of Plant City, and
Lynn of Santa Rosa, Calif.; two
sisters, Doris Howell and
Merle Surrency, both of Plant
City; 15 grandchildren; and 10
Haught Funeral Home.

Danny R. Sawyer, 43, Crys-
tal River, formerly of Plant
City, died Sept. 17.
He is survived by a son,
Danny of Lake City; his
mother, Sarah of Crystal River;
three brothers, Kenny of Defu-
niak Springs and Doug and
Eddie, both of Plant City; two
sisters, Tina of Crystal River
and Cathy of Ocala; and a
Haught Funeral Home.

Susan A. Moeller Powell
Jiles, 45, of Norfolk, Va., died
Sept. 19.
She was born in Plant City
and served in the U.S. Navy for
14 years as an oceans system
technician, chief petty officer.
She also worked many years at
the Kash n' Karry Distribution
Center in Plant City. She was a
seven-year breast cancer sur-
vivor and supported breast
cancer awareness and
She is survived by a son,
Thadius of Virginia; a
daughter, Reba of Virginia; her
adoptive mother, Viola Moel-
ler of Virginia; her stepmother,
Betty Powell; four brothers,
Walter H. Powell II, Mike Bar-
nett, Bobby Barnett and Daryl
Barnett, all of Florida; and
seven sisters, Betty Dean, Bar-
bara Martino, Beverly Rodg-
ers, Teresa Benitez, Donna
Cook, Debbie Powell, all of
Florida, and Janet Glover of
Hollomon-Brown Funeral
Home, Norfolk.

George E. Lantz, 69, of Plant
City died Sept. 19.
He was born in Sayre, Pa.,
and was a civil engineer.
He is survived by three
daughters, Georgette Maker
and Inga Walsh, both of Lake-
land, and Annie Kaufman of
Bloomington, Minn.; two
brothers, Donald E. of Venice
and James E. of Sayre, Pa.; and
a sister, Mary Ellen A. Gabriel
of Dover.
Wells Memorial Funeral

Nellie Ortmann, 91, of Lake-
land died Sept. 21.
She was born in Adel, Ga.,
and was a former resident of
Plant City.
She was a homemaker and a
member of Cork Church of
She is survived by her
husband, Rex; and several
See DEATHS, Page 24.

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Diabetes Education
Support Group
For more information or to enroll,
call Lisa Finley at (81 3) 757-8202.
November 7
December 5
2 South Classroom
Cost: Free

Free Blood Pressure Checks
No appointments necessary.
Every Tuesday, 1 -2pm
Hospital Main Lobby

Cholesterol Screenings
No fasting required.
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4th Tuesday of every month
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Cost: $15

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November 4, 9-11:30am
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December 4, 6-1 Opm
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Cost: $35 (includes book and card)
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November 27, 7-9pm
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Cost: Free

Bereaved Parents Group
Bereaved Parents of the USA will host
a support group meeting. There will
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share together and separately.

4th Thursday of the month.
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By appointment only on these special
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December 14, December 28

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Monday Saturday. 9am-5pm
Sunday: 1-4:30pm
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the screening you wish to attend.

For information, registration or physician referral, call (813) 754-4444 unless otherwise noted.
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have been able to help each
other and now we would like to
see the whole community step
One way to step up is through
volunteering, Prevatt said.
"We will be selling food at the
golf tournament and even
before that we are selling spon-
sorships and tickets," Prevatt
said. "We need help with all of
With medical bills for the
families piling up, the group
-hopes to raise at least $100,000,
said Prevatt whose own fund-
raising efforts took a hit earlier
this month when he was bitten
by a brown recluse spider. He
ended up in the hospital for a

"It set me back a little, so we
can use all the help we can get.
But this is a tight-knit commu-
nity. When someone in our
town is in trouble or dire need,
our town steps up to the plate."
A mini-golf fundraiser is
planned at Bill Heard, 2002 N.
Frontage Road, Nov. 12 and the
car dealership will also be selling
window-pane sponsorships to
raise money for the three fami-
lies. The company, which is
already committed to the proj-
ect to the tune of more than
$40,000, will also be paying for
Tampa Bay Mini Links, a com-
pany specializing in mini-golf
tournaments and golf promo-
tions, to bring the tournament
to the dealership.
In addition, a $25 donation
will get mini-golfers a ticket to a
father-son golf challenge at
Champions Gate Nov. 30

through Dec. 3 featuring the
PGA's best father-son teams.
A- motorcycle poker run is
also planned Nov. 11 at 10 a.m.
at Beef '0' Brady's, 2418 James
L. Redman Parkway.
"All 100 percent of the pro-
ceeds will go to the families,"
Prevatt said. Hearing about the
families' plight through a friend,
Prevatt went to his boss at Bill
Heard earlier last month to see
what the company could do.
"I went to Paul Baker (the
general manager at Bill Heard
Chevrolet in Plant City) two
weeks ago and told him about
these families and he told me
'take care of these kids,'" Prevatt
said. "The company has been
paying my salary since then as I
have devoted almost all my time
to this effort."
"This is such a worthwhile
cause, I have no doubt it will

receive overwhelming support,"
said Daniel M. Coton, chairman
of the Plant City Chamber of
Commerce and a partner at
Trinkle, Redman, Swanson,
Coton, Davis & Smith, PA
Coton and his law firm are back-
ing the effort.
"This town has a big heart,
especially when we have some
local young people in need."
Among the groups who have
pledged to help out are the Plant
City Rotary Club, Plant City
High School, the Plant City Dol-
phins football team, Beef '0'
Brady's, Gulf Coast Tractor and
Minute Man Press.
The fundraising committee
meets at Bill Heard Chevrolet
Tuesday nights at 6 p.m. For
more information on how to
help, call Prevatt at 359-5018,
478-7286 or e-mail him at cpre-

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Daddy and Granddaddy,
Last year this time you were here full of cheer,
living life and loving it. While you were here,
you shared so much of your time helping us
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working, we enjoyed seeing you work. You
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Photos courtesy of Plant C it Garden Club
The home of Janice and Martin Burdette will be one of five gardens featured on the Plant City Garden Club's fall tour.
Above, from left, Garden Club members Lynna Kyle, Vivian Devlin, homeowners Janice and Martin Burdette and club
president Cassandra Banning.

Green Thumbs In Spotlight On Home Tour


Staff Report
Only the greenest of green thtumnbs
make it to the Plant City Garden
Club's annual fall garden tour, and
this year is no different.
This year's self-guided tour Oct.
28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. will fea-
ture five "private, beautiful and
unique gardens," said Cassandra
Banning, president of the club. "This
is the club's 10th annual tour and it
promises to be one of the best."
Last year, the club won an award
from the Florida Federation of
Garden Clubs for its successful tour.
One of the gardens on this year's
tour will be at the home of Martin

and lanice Burdette, 2823 Clubhouse
Drive. The couple won the club's
October Beautification Award.
Martin Burdente is the gardener in
the family, although his wife lanice
suggests where to plant the various
trees, shrubs and flowers.
It all started 13 years ago when
they moved into their home on
Clubhouse Drive. The builder gave
them the landscape allowance, and
Martin Burdette went to town
designing the landscape, searching
nurseries for the best plants. He
planted each tree, shrub and flower.
He also laid the sod.
In the years since, the Burdettes
have added brick and concrete path-
ways leading from the front to the
back gardens where it opens up into
various garden "rooms" and sitting

Martin Burderte spends a couple
of hours a day working in the fami-
ly's gardens about 10 to 15 hours a
week describing it as his "hobby
and his passion."
His advice to beginners ?
"Work in the garden a little each
day so it doesn't overwhelm you," he
said. "At the end of the week you see
that you have really accomplished a
lot and still have time for other inter-
ests and family."
Tickets for the tour are $10 per
person and can be purchased the
day of the tour at the Garden Club
Center, 1112 N. Wheeler St. Proceeds
from the tour will benefit Habitat for
Htunanity and a scholarship fund.
The club will also hold a plant sale
on the day of the tour.
For further information, contact
Banning 759-1638.

Above left, the winners of the Plant City Garden Club's January Garden of the Month were Jazmin. Jaime and Ame-
rica Perez. Above right, Lynn and Rusty Arney were all smiles as they won the Garden Club's February award.








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Photos courtesy of Plant City Garden Club
Milene and Dallas Powell took home the Garden
Club's March award.

April showers helped to showcase the garden of
Chuck Fitzgerald and Donna Retallack, winners of
the Garden Club's monthly award.

In May, Jessie
Month award.

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Lisa and Bill Carr, above, carried off the Garden
Club's green thumb award for June. July saw June and
Donald Fowler collect the top honor.

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Volunteers Needed At Historic Union Depot

Visitors to Union Depot on North
Palmer Street might soon have help
navigating through the historic train

The depot was closed 35 years ago,
but a huge restoration project six years
ago returned the building itself to its
former glory.
Now the Greater Plant City Cham-
ber of Commerce is looking for volun-
teer docents to guide visitors through
the station, which is open to the public
Thursday through Saturday from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m.

"The station is an important center-
piece to the historic downtown and is
a natural draw to visitors to this area,"
said Jerry Honaker, a volunteer at
Union Station.
The city of Plant City was incorpo-
rated in 1885 and named after railroad
magnate Henry Bradley Plant. Plant
connected the area to Tampa via the
railroad completed Dec. 10, 1883, and

in January 1884 with Sanford.
Plant City then became the second
largest rail junction in Florida.
Construction on Union Depot began
in 1908 and was completed the follow-
ing year. It handled passengers, mail,
commodities and housed the Western
Union telegraph.
In the 1920s, 44 passenger trains
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station. The train station was
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Seaboard Coastline Railroad.
On April 14, 1975, Union
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National Register of Historic
Places. Located at 102 N.
Palmer St., in the historic
downtown, it was opened as a
welcome center and mini-
railroad museum Dec. 11,
1997. This project was a
cooperative effort by the city,
the chamber and the H.B.
Plant Railroad Historical Soci-
In 1999, a $400,000 renova-
tion was funded by a state
historic preservation grant.
The restoration and renova-
tion allowed the addition of

central air and heat, modern
restroom facilities, a new
electrical system, and other
needed repairs.
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serves as a welcome center, it
also houses the Raymond R.
Meyers Museum. The
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road history in pictures and
through displays of railroad
memorabilia. There is also a
working model train layout
showing downtown Plant City
as it appeared in the mid
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The bye week could not have fallen at a better
time for the Plant City football team. It needed a few
days simply to soak in the amazing events that have
Plant City completed a turnaround from an 0-5
start to a district title, and did it in less than two
weeks. Last Thursday the Raiders earned an enor-
mous victory, 23-14 at East Bay. That win, coupled
with Brandon's 28-19 victory over Bloomingdale,
gave Plant City the Class 5A-District 7 crown.
"It was pretty exciting in that locker room," said
Raiders head coach Kevin Kelley. "I've given the guys
time off to clear their heads."
Even if the Raiders lose to Bloomingdale next
Friday, their district record would be 2-1 and they
would finish tied with the winner of the Brandon-East
Bay game. Since Plant City has already beaten those

two teams, the Raiders are guaranteed first place.
So somewhat remarkably, with three weeks left in
the season it is already set there will be a state play-
off game on Nov. 10 at Raider Stadium. In fact the
Raiders can already start scouting their likely oppo-
nent, which barring a major upset in 5A-8 will be
Lake Gibson.
Though the Raiders still hold a mediocre overall
record of 3-5, last Thursday's performance showed
that Plant City is every bit the class of 5A-7. The Raid-
ers came out strong and did not let up until they had
built a 23-0 lead before a stunned crowd at East Bay.
East Bay went three-and-out to start the game and
on Plant City's first third-down conversion attempt,
a sweep to Jacari Bennett was turned into a 49-yard
touchdown sprint. A fumble led to a Johnathan
Dupree field goal and another fumble set up the
Raiders for Sirchauncy Holloway's 26-yard touch-
down run, which made the score 17-0 with 3:13 left
in the first half.
Then came the play that had Kelley and the Raid-
ers smelling a district title. East Bay tried to play a

hurry-up offense to at least have a chance at a score
before halftime. But with the Indians' stubborn reli-
ance on the run, they tried a pitch play on third-and-
8 inside their own territory. The ball came loose and
Plant City's Dexter Washington scooped it up,
making a nifty move to break into the clear for
another touchdown.
It was 23-0 with only 14 seconds left in the first half.
"We knew we had a real good shot at it then,"
Kelley said.
East Bay scored a couple of touchdowns in the
second half but needed two more scores, and the big
lead Plant City had built was too much to overcome.
The defense continually thwarted the wishbone
attack of East Bay, which came into the game expect-
ing to add another win to its 5-1 record. Plant City's
defensive improvement has been a large element of
the three-game winning streak, allowing an average
of less than 10 points during the stretch.
"We're playing better team defense. Everyone has
gotten the concepts and schemes," Kelley said. "The
See RAIDERS, Page 23

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Riverview's Tamaha Halaufia puts the brakes on Durant tight end Royce Rose as Davin Adams (3)
assists Oct. 12 en route to the Sharks' 42-0 win over the Cougars. Durant returns to play Oct. 20 at
home against East Bay.

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It's a good thing margin of
victory, or in this case margin
of defeat, does not factor into
the district standings. If that
was the case, Durant would be
in serious trouble.
The Cougars lost to River-
view 42-0 on Oct. 12 but
despite the blowout loss are
still very much in the playoff
In fact the picture could not
be any clearer in 6A-District 6.
On Oct: 27 Durant travels to
play Sarasota Riverview, while
at the same time Sarasota is at
Riverview. The winners of
those two games are going to
the playoffs, the losers are
"That's unbelievable, huh?"
said Durant head coach Mike
Gottman. "To lose 42-0 is
demoralizing, but we still have
something to play for that's for
Durant can thank itself for
still being in the hunt. The
Cougars opened district play

Sept. 29 with a 31-24 victory at
Before the make-or-break
game against Sarasota River-
view, the Cougars play host to
the East Bay Indians this
Friday. East Bay is an identical
situation, coming off a tough
home loss (to Plant City) but
one that does not eliminate
the Indians from playoff con-
Riverview simply could not
be stopped, with running back
Antwain Powers putting up
200 yards of offense. It was 28-
0 at the half.
"We couldn't tackle their
running backs, and thus it got
out of hand real quick," Got-
tman said.
But the Cougars woke up
Saturday morning knowing
they still control their playoff
fate. In last Friday's other 6A-6
contest, Sarasota knocked off
Sarasota Riverview 21-6. As a
result all four teams are now
1-1 in the district.
Even had Durant (4-4) won
against Riverview, the Cougars
would still not have clinched a
playoff berth because a three-
way for first place would still
be possible. Now there are no
need for tiebreakers the Oct.

27 winners will both be 2-1
the losers will be 1-2 and thus
the two victors advance to the
The two winners will be tied
for first place but breaking the
tie is simple enough- whoever
won their head-to-head
matchup earlier in the season
will be crowned district
champ. So if Durant and Sara
sota are victorious next week
the Cougars take the district
and start the playoffs at home
Durant will have to go the
rest of the way without Royce
Rose, a tight end who, as a
sophomore, had become one
of his team's best pass catch
ers. Rose suffered a broken
collarbone when he was tack-
led after catching a screen
"He's done for the season,'
Gottman said.
Even though this Friday has
a warm-up feel to it because o
the importance of the nex
game, Gottman is pumped fo:
East Bay, where he was
defensive coordinator before
coming to coach Durant.
"I would like nothing better
than to whip their tail," he

The conditions were not
conducive to good scoring
Monday at the girls Class 2A-
Region 4 golf tournament.
And that worked out per-
fectly for the Durant Cougars.
N lacking it through ie horribly
",iindy conditions at Rogeis
Park Golf Course better than
any of the other eight teams
there, Durant won its first
regional championship in the
"It wasn't a golf mentality
out there. It was more like a
football mentality," said
Durant head coach Dick Shef-
field. "Once the girls under-
stood that they weren't going
to be shooting their normal
scores, not to give up and to
just do whatever it took to
keep the ball in play, we were
in good shape."
Durant had a team score of
355, four better than Wharton
s which also advances to next
week's Class 2A state tourney
in Port St. Lucie. It marks a
return trip to state for the
Cougar girls.
r Sheffield said the wind at
times added (or subtracted)
three clubs from what one
t would normally use to make a
shot. It normally is windy at
Summerfield but Monday's
t gusts were more significant.
Two other factors made
e scores go up. The pin
e placements were very difficult
a and the greens, due to a
e combination of drying up and
being cut short, were a lot

"Those were Sunday pin
placements," Sheffield said.
"Usually at a big event like that
you want six easy placements,
six medium and six tough.
This was more like a 75/25
split. On Monday, bogeys were
Only two golfers in the
entire region shot lower than'
Durant had just two golfers
among the top 10 individuals.
But Heather Wengyn (85, tied
for fifth), Ashley Miller (85)
and Amy West (88) formed the
only trio from any school to all
score in the 80s. And the
fourth golfer, Lianne Carter,
was just as important with her
contribution of a 99.
Carter had not taken up goli
until this, her senior year.
"Now she wishes she had
started sooner," said Sheffield,
who said the key to Carter's
late-season improvement was
the decision three weeks ago
to keep the driver in the bag.
Monday's regional title
seemed unlikely since less
than a week before, the Cou-
gars had come in second to
Wharton by a margin of 20
strokes at the district tourna-
Sheffield broke down the
math to his golfers before
Monday's match.
"Making up 20 shots sounds
like a lot, but when you split it
four ways, you're asking each
player to make up five shots.
And if you improve by three,
and (the Wharton golfer) goes
two shots the other direction,
you've done it," he said.

Plant City Falls In District Volleyball



Staff Report
The Plant City Raiders saw
their volleyball season come
to an end Monday with a 25-
16, 25-9, 25-20 loss in the first
round of the 6A-District 8
tournament at East Bay.
Durant, seeded second out
of the seven teams, won in
similar fashion against the
bottom-seeded hosts. The
Cougars were victorious 25-6,
25-18, 25-22.

To advance to the playoffs
Durant needed to beat No. 3
seed Lakeland in the semifi-
nals on Tuesday night. The
finals are set for tonight at 7.
Top seed Sarasota River-
view, ranked No. 3 in the state,
got a first-round bye and was
scheduled to face Riverview in
the other semifinal. Riverview
needed five games to get past
Sarasota on Monday.

Continued From Page 22
big part of that is, everyone's
doing their responsibilities and
relying on each other to handle
their own. We don't have two
people in one spot where they're
not supposed to be now."
At least one member of the
group of Chase Thompson,
Durant Lowe, Arsenio Durant
and Denzel Drone were seem-
ingly in on every tackle.
The Raiders were given a few
days off with no game to play
this Friday. Kelley will send half
of his coaching staff to watch
Bloomingdale take on River-
view this week. Bloomingdale
hosts the Raiders Oct. 27.
Some of the coaches can start
looking again at Lake Gibson,
because unless a miracle hap-
pens that is the team that will
come to Plant City for the start
of the 5A playoffs. Lake Gibson
earned a key district win against
Kissimmee Osceola last week,
landing the Braves in second
place behind No. 1 Lakeland.
The only way Lake Gibson
does not finish as the 5A-8
runner-up would be if the Braves
are upset next week by Jenkins -
which has not won a game and
last week took a rather lopsided
78-0 defeat at Lakeland. Another
highly unlikely scenario would
be if Lakeland loses to Kissim-

mee Osceola.
In other words, mark the
Braves down as Plant City's first-
round opponent. The teams
have met this year, with Lake
Gibson taking a 34-7 decision on
Sept. 15. That loss marked the
middle of the Raiders' now-for-
gotten winless start.
"We're playing better offen-
sively, also, since we met them
before," Kelley said. "It's crazy.
This season has been a micro-
cosm of life. You have the
lowest of lows and the highest
of highs within a few weeks."
With the assumption that
neither Lakeland or Lake
Gibson loses their district
finale, meaning they occupy
the 5A-8 playoff spots, the out-
look is clear for Region 2. East
Bay and Brandon play for the
5A-7 runner-up spot next
Friday. In 5A-6, Alonso has
clinched the title with the
Chamberlain-King game to
decide the second spot.
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exists in 5A-5, but Gaither
would clear that by beating
Land 0' Lakes Friday, which
would give the Cowboys the
district championship. If Land
O' Lakes wins, Wharton still has
a chance to win the district and
Gaither would still be alive.
Any of those three would
be a potential second-round
host for the Plant City-Lake
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Call: 757-9166.

Community yard sale
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Oct. 21 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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go to the annual Christmas in

thfe Park event in December.
Contact La'Tosha Lewis at lle-
wis@plantcitygov.com or call

Church sets 50th homecoming
Whitehurst Road Baptist
Church, 901 Whitehurst Road,
will celebrate its 50th anniver-
sary and homecoming Oct.
Homecoming begins with
morning worship at 11 fol-
lowed by dinner on the
grounds and a concert at 1:30
p.m. featuring the Gulf State
Quartet from Bowling Green.
Information: 752-5405 or
www.ourchurch. com /

Blood drives
A Florida Blood Services
bloodmobile will be at Mead-
ows at Countrywood, 145 Clo-
ver Court, Oct. 23 from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
Other blood drives include:
Oct. 24 from 1:30 to 4:30
p.m. at TECO Energy, 1308
Grant St.
Oct. 26 from 2 to 6 p.m. at
Save-a-Lot distribution ware-
house, 4003 Amber Jack Blvd.
Oct. 29 from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. at First Baptist Church of
Midway, 2902 Midway Road.

Free ESL class
Free English as a Second

Language class are offered
Wednesday from 6:30 to 9
-p.m. at Don Pollo Restaurant,
2403 Reynolds St. The classes
are sponsored by the Church
of Scientology of Tampa. Call:

Library offers
computer classes
Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St., is offering a
free computer class "Word
Basics" Oct. 25 from 2 to 3
p.m. Registration required one
hour before class begins. Call:

Cornerstone Center
The Plant City Cornerstone
Center, 315 N. Collins St.,

plans the following events:
Luncheon and card party,
Oct. 27
Breakfast with Santa, Dec.
Dinner theater, Dec. 2-3
Call: Jeanie Burt, 752-9225,
or Violet Massey, 752-2659.

Republican Women's
Club event
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
will host its "Celebrate Our
Freedoms" event Oct. 27 at 6:
30 p.m. at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St.
Special guests will be Repub-
lican candidates and elected
officials. Admission is $20.
Call: Melane Byrd, 754-

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November 14-17. 2006
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O'Brien's Irish Pub presents Wall of Echoes, A
Tribute to Pink Floyd, in concert as a tribute to the
arrival of The Vietnam Wall The Wall of Echoes
9 p.m.; tickets are $10 and 50 percent of the
proceeds will benefit The Greater Brandon
Community Foundation and The Haley House.
701 W. Lumsden Road, Brandon

Oct. 17
The Wall travels from Tallahassee to the Plant City
Strawberry Festival grounds to meet the motorcycle
Departing time 9:30-10 a.m. ETA Westfield
Brandon is 10:30-11 a.m. Wall setup ceremony

Oct. 18 and 19
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Oct. 14-22
Westield Brandon. 459 Brandon TownCenter

The Dignity Menmorial Vietnam Wall, a travel-
ing replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
in Washingt.on, D.C., will be displayed fi-r all to
view trie 58,0001+ name ot Americanrs iwho driedi
or are nmising in Vietnam. See the Wall replica 3,
and enjoy nine days cf festivities inrclu-Iding a
rriitor'::./cle parade Fall Festival, arts and crafts,
music: and kids' activil es.

Join us as we show our appreciation for the men
and women who have made significant sacrifices
for our country and community. For more
information, call Mary Boor at 813-685-8000.

Oct. 20
10:30 a.m. The Wall opening ceremony

Oct. 21
Dusk Candlelight ceremony

Oct. 22
10:30 a.m. Church service at military field
5:30-6 p.m. Closing ceremonies emceed by Bob
Hite of WFLA News Channel 8

United We Stand Fall Festival, Winthrop Barn,
East of Providence Road on Bloomingdale Avenue
Featuring arts and crafts, 9:30 a.m. pancake break-
fast, noon 5 p.m. pumpkin painting for children, local
bands perform concerts through 10 p.m.

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( Mobile Homes ) Apartments- 11 [ Rooms for Rent ))} [ Boats )] (( Trailers-Tractors ]) ((Sports Utility Vehicles)) ((Automobiles Wanted)]} (Automobiles for Sale)} ((Automobiles for Sale)}
LITHA 1989 Fleetwood Unfurnished JJ EFFICIENCIES $100/wk 18', 1989 Four Winns, 4.3L LAND Rover 2003 Range HELP FIGHT DODGE 1985 OMNI, sell- LINCOLN 1993 Mark VIII
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Tama 813)971-6953 fenced backyard, pets ool, park& trails, en- 23' Chaparral 2000, 233 Duty ) owner, 25K mi, leather, No Restrictions DODGE 1999 Conversion ERCEDES986 420EL
Plant City (813)752959 OK. 50plus $1150 de- closed porch. End unit, Sunesta deck boat, new [( Trucks Light Duty moonroof, 6 CD, N.S. TAX DEDUCTIBLE Van! Hi top, new en- MERCEDES 1986420EL
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obo 813-672-7379 28' Wdsellcraft Coastal '86m m 1 8 2 4m813-389-3048 w o rr a to .
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Plant Citiy e 813-759-2959 for heath reasons. 31500 miles $1000 or TOYOTA 2005 Forerun- $200.352-592-1004 not run. Please call Juve- 1991 Couar
Tpa 813-971-6953 13' Viking Pop-up, sips 6, NADA book value bet offer 3-68-3963 ner, 18k mi, I owner, ga- nile Diabetes Research MERC a eURY 1991 Cougar,
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NEW Port Richey, 1193 ( Duplex / Triplex ) sice for $21,900. TOYOTA 2004 Tundra HONDA 1993 Civic $950 spd new r 44700 mi,
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AnnMarie ail. 813-759 26/ 508- 008 ingrearwinowan miles, lots of chrome, Honda 1995 Civic DX greatcond.47Kmi, o-
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Room break Room. 813-764-8030 ( Campgrounds OUTDOOR STORAGE DODGE 1993 CARAVAN 23K mi, pipes, rejected, fi nine, 98,600 mi, beautiful e new $14,500.13-67-9423
Starting at $160. mo. Benjamin Rd., boats, MINIVAN, needs works, chrome, powered, $6000. met. black, convertible, $29500 T
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for rent- 1500 sq ft side mall w/d $1300 mo Deep water boat slips PW, PL, Tint. 7 ps1r, + race tuner & $2500 in BMW2004 M3 BIk w/Blk sunroof, windows
downtown, mcl 2 bath & + util Avail 11/1-3/1 ,,, /RVs for sale/lease. Limited Cola AC Like New, g extras. 813-391-6838 Leather, 19" whsportAlarml e VOLVO 2004 28K
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resonable rent, Uti vfties ncdbkyd, window 35' 1999 WINNEBAGO Silver, Good Cond. Low BUICK 1999 LeSabre, $14,450 727-776-5432
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renerm5 APOLLO BEACH Brand $42K 83-677-6202 24KIb, professional in- FORD 2006 E350 XLT, 12 r ree 10' cano, OO. 813-961-6652 Red, wrnty, 6 spd Bose cond.$900obo.
market New, 4R, 3BA, 3CG, 37.1Newmar 1995 steal, available (remote D 2e L, b $2500obo.727-656-0893 Clean & loaded, Lthrr,
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813-505-45 6 2 lanai, lake, all appls, 3756 slide out, W/D, turer, Inc. 727-397-8130 lent condition $13,900 sort exc cond, 5900 seats lumbar, traction 2W rao,
813-505-2495626- 0524 blinds, law11ncare cl new tires, extra cl.ean. N AN 24, 5h 4 obo.813-83767-9309.. street miles, $2400 control under 10k, warr, -i 2WDAM/FMp radio A/C'
SOffice Warehouse 11 $1650 mo. 813-789-2662 $35.5K obo 813-810-2886 NISSAN 2004 Shp 4 h o b. 8se ies $ $18,656s941-924-7930 w ,Bbucket seating, CD,
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f. retail/warehouse 175. $1650/month. Call 2 tide. for-soor8conver- T-TOPS ANODIZED ALUM 91K, V6, all power, CD saddle bags extras. Wholesale priced ai interior, asking $10,800 A A Rated Donation Do-
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SCARROLLWOOD VILLAGELoaded Showroom BOAT $800 941-266-0903 $5900. 727-687-0918 YAMAHA 2005 YZ125- 12,950 Mi LEXUS 2005 GS430, 23K dc/Toin ition Help
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Sge corner lot, cul-de- 863-838-4600 SailboatsSports Utility Vehiles on, newtres,$4,200. whis, CD, Spoiler,Tint NAv, ML Audio, exc Underprivileged Chil-
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appl. 813-220-7060. 40' Bluebird 1985 23' AMF Paceship 1977 ry, Prem Pkgs, low gy-" 1-800-693-7911
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