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Bachelor Auction




Benefits Scholarships


FEB. 9 EVENT AT RAMADA
INN PLANTATION HOUSE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The number four is a lucky number for this
year's annual bachelor auction. For it will be
four female students from Plant City area high
schools that will benefit from this, the fourth
annual bachelor auction set for Feb. 9 at 6:30
p.m. at the Ramada Inn Plantation House Red
Rose Ballroom.
The American Business Women's Associa-
tion is hosting the bachelor auction to benefit a
scholarship fund for the students.
Fifteen bachelors have volunteered to stand
on the auction block to help the young students
advance their education.
Tickets can be purchased in advance for $20
by calling Beth Tancredo at 757-8387. Tickets at
the door on the night of the show are $25. The
event includes a buffet dinner and valet park-
ing. Also included is a silent auction and draw-
ings throughout. the event, said Annie
Carapezza, an executive at Central Florida
Custom Homes, who is helping to organize the
event.
Tancredo, an employee at the ABWA, said
students from Durant and Plant City high
school will benefit from the scholarships.
"Last year, we had five scholarship winners,"
Tancredo said. "But normally it will be two stu-
dents from each school."
The students filled out applications in
December, including a short essay describ-
ing what education means to them and the
community. The winners will be chosen by


April 15.
Shannon Mitchell, a marketing manager at
South Florida Baptist Hospital, is also helping
coordinate the bachelor auction.
"This is the only fundraiser for the Plant City
Charter Chapter of the American Business
Women's Association. It's our signature event,"
Mitchell said. "The proceeds go specifically to
these scholarships." The group expects to hand
out scholarships of around $1,000 to each stu-
dent.
Mitchell said the bachelors comes with a
date package. Date packages range from ele-
gant dinners with limo rides to spa day treat-
ments.
"Each lucky bid winner gets to go out on a
date with the bachelor they bid on," Mitchell
said.
Two of the bachelors, JayJay Calhoun and
Tracy Getman, are new to the annual event.
Both were recruited by Carapezza.
"Annie and her husband Jimmie are friends
of mine," said Calhoun. "I don't mind putting
on a suit and tie for a good cause. I think we'll
have a good time. I'm looking forward to it."
Calhoun, a local business owner, said anyth-
ing that can be done to help someone be a suc-
cess in college is worth doing.
Getman, who owns Elite Painting in Apollo
Beach, is new to the auction but familiar with
the concept. Three months ago, he did the
same thing to benefit Kicking For Kids in Ybor
City. He also helped paint the Boys and Girls
Club in Plant City and participated in the Paint
Your Heart Out Tampa Bay event last year.
"Annie asked me to volunteer for the bache-
lor auction," Getman said. "It's all for a good
cause. And who knows, I might find a good date
at the end of the day."


NEWS BRIEFS

Woman's Club plan
card party, luncheon
The GFWC Woman's Club
of Plant City's Annual Card
Party and Luncheon is set for
Feb. 16 at 11:30 a.m. at the
group's clubhouse, 1110
Wheeler St.
Proceeds from the event
benefit the club's scholarship
fund as well as our other com-
munity projects. This year, the
club will be giving a $1,000
scholarship to a surviving
cancer student, in addition to
the seven, $1,000 scholarships
given to local schools.
Call Marilyn Day, 659-9504,
to make a reservation.

Hope Lutheran celebrating
golden anniversary
Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 N. Park Road, is inviting
former members of the con-
gregation, staff and students,
to join the church in celebrat-
ing Hope's golden anniver-
sary.
The "Jubilee Service of
Praise and Thanksgiving" is
planned for Feb. 25 at 9:15
a.m. at the church. The service
will be followed by an anni-
versary banquet at Magic
Moments, 2207 Mud Lake
Road. Tickets for the banquet
are available by contacting the
church office.
The Rev. Dr. William Die-
kelman, first vice president of
the Lutheran Church Missouri
Synod, will be the speaker for
the worship service. Hope's
pastor, the Rev. Dean R. Pfef-
fer, the Rev. Dan Doan and the


Rev. Linford Houck will lead
the service. Leading the music
will be Hope's music director,
Christine Mansell. Mansell
has served Hope for nearly 35
years.
"As Hope celebrates this
milestone in her ministry, we
rejoice in the love of God that
has brought us to this place
and time as we continually
seek to connect our Plant City
community to Christ in all
that we say and do," Pfeffer
said. Information: 752-4622.

Jarrett Scott Ford
sponsors FFA scholarships
Jarrett Scott Ford has
announced it will join Ford
Motor Company's first-ever
commitment of $1 million in
annual support to the national
FFA Foundation (formerly
known as the Future Farmers
of America).
Jarrett Scott Ford is spon-
soring the Built Ford Tough
scholarship program for Plant
City High School and Durant
High School and has been a
proud supporter for one year.
For the 2006-2007 school year,
they are helping two local stu-
dents attend the college of
their choice.
FFA members must take
their scholarship application
to Jarrett Scott Ford for the
dealer signature and the offi-
cial dealer code to be included
in the scholarship search.
"We're pleased to be able to
support the local FFA," said
Jim Scott. "All the FFA scholars
we have sponsored have told
us how grateful they are for the
support, and how the FFA
experience has changed their
lives." Information: 752-4171.







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Friends, family
gather at First
United Methodist
Church to celebrate
life of Charles Isom,
a longtime teacher.
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FAMILY LIVING
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Library Welcomes Singing Environmentalist


PART OF SERIES

ON CHANGING FACE

OF FLORIDA
Staff Report
"Right Before Our Eyes: Flori-
da's Changing Landscape in
Fact, Fiction and Song" contin-
ues Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. at the
Bruton Memorial Library with
an appearance by Dale "Spider"
Crider. A wildlife biologist and
folk singer, Crider now works to
save the environment through
his music,
"Where Have All the Flowers
Gone" is the fourth program in
the library's series. Crider will


appear in the Mary Noel Moody
Community Room at the
library, 302 McLendon St.
After three decades working
to save endangered and threat-
ened species for the Florida
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission, Crider blends
straightforward lyrics into blue-
grass, folk and gospel rhythms
to illustrate the impact that pro-
gress and development have
had on Florida's natural
resources.
"He's a traditional Florida
folk musician," said library
director Anne Haywood. "It's a
different way to convey the
message of the whole series
which is we need to protect,


love and take care of our state. I
think it will be delightful to hear
in this format."
Upcoming events in the
series include:
* Bill Belleville on "Loosing it
all to Sprawl; How Progress Ate
My Cracker Landscape," 7 p.m.,
March 15.
* Randy Wayne White on "An
Evening With Doc Ford," March
30. Time to be announced.
Sponsors of the program
include: Florida Humanities
Council, Friends of the Bruton
Memorial Library, City of Plant
City, Tampa Tribune and the
Plant City Courier.
Information: Anne Haywood,
757-9215.


KEVIN BRADY/staff photos
Scott Warren, director of the Plant City Family YMCA addresses volunteers during a fundraising
luncheon at the YMCA Jan. 25. Campaign chairman, George Banning, looks on.


YMCA Works To Meet Community Needs


KICKS OFF FUNDRAISING DRIVE
StaffReport
Perhaps you have worked out at Plant City Family
YMCA. Or maybe your child has been part of one of
the group's youth sports programs. You might even
know someone who has taken a life-enrichment
class there.
But there's much more to the YMCA, say organiz-
ers of the group's annual fundraising drive. And
that's part of the message volunteers will be taking
with them as they try to raise $125,000 for the YMCA
this month.
"This dynamic organization really works to meet
the needs of the community," said George Banning,
campaign chair. "(The fundraising campaign) is a
great opportunity to tell people about the YMCA
and why we have such a dynamic Y here."
The fundraising campaign consists of 10 captains
leading teams of at least four people who will con-
tact potential donors. All donations go to the Plant
City YMCA and are used exclusively for financial
assistance, which funds membership and program
scholarships. That assistance is awarded on a slid-
ing scale, determined by need. Last year, the Plant
City YMCA gave out more than $230,000 in schol-
arships.


"We Build People" campaign volunteers willbe
trying to raise $125,000 for the YMCA this year.
The YMCA runs fitness and enrichment programs
as well as many youth sports and after-school
programs. Fees vary on the ability of a person or
family to pay.


A Donation to the YMCA gets...

* A $5.000 gift provides memberships for 15
families.
*A $2,500 gift sends 20 children to a MICA
summer program.
. A $1,000 gift send two teens to a teen lead-
ership conference.
. A $500 gift lets 10 children participate in
youth sports.
. A $250 gift helps fund afer-school child
care.
. A $100 gift provides assistance toward a
one-year 'youth policy.
* A $ 450 gift wivJ help a child participate in a
kid's fitness class.


Samantha is one of those people the scholarships
have helped.
A single mom with a 7-year-old daughter, she
was relying on a babysitter to watch her child so she
could work. But the sitter would often cancel the
night before, making it impossible for Samantha to
remain employed. A teacher referred her to the
YMCA's after-school program. Her daughter has
been in the program for the last two years.
"Samantha knows that she (her daughter) will be
picked up after school and be in a secure place with
both fun and learning activities. She has peace of
mind," said Judi Walsh, a YMCA volunteer.
"The (donations) will allow a child to attend the
after-school program, life-saving swim lessons, day
camp or membership," Walsh continued.
From the Ophelia Club for young women to a
youth leadership program, there's a lot going on at
this YMCA that the community is not aware of, said
Scott Warren, director of the Plant City Family
YMCA. The YMCA spends less than 1 percent of its
budget on fundraising expenses.
"The support is out there, people just need to
know what we are doing," said Warren. "We have
lofty goals, but I think we have the right people to
do it."
For more information on the campaign or to
contribute, call 757-6677.


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NEWS DIGEST

Black Heritage celebration
Plant City Black Heritage Celebra-
tion Inc. will mark Black History
Month with a number of special
events. All events take place at the
Dr. Martin Luther King Recreation
Center, 1601 Dr. Martin Luther King
Blvd.
* Feb. 9: Vendors open at 3 p.m.
Fourth Annual Plant City Black
Heritage Banquet at 6 p.m. $20 per
person. Guest speaker: Attorney
Delano Stewart.
* Feb. 10: Vendors open 10 a.m. to
9 p.m. Hard court basketball tourna-
ment at 10 a.m. Fundraiser for Boys
& Girls Club. Noon to 8 p.m.: Pastor
"Pee Wee" Callins, St. Luke Mission-
ary Baptist Youth Choir, Prodigal Son
& Three Wise Men, Skit - Boys & Girls
Club (Rosa Parks), Lake Wales choir,
Winter Haven choir, Greater New
Hope Praise Team, Alpha Fratnerity
Club from USF step show.
Information: 453-7134.

NFL star for
'Friends of Scouting Luncheon'
Brian Holloway, a five-time NFL
All-Pro.and team leader at the core of
the 1985 New England Patriots Super
Bowl team, will be the guest speaker
at Plant City's "Friends of Scouting
Luncheon." Holloway retired from
the NFL in 1992 after eight seasons
with the Patriots and two with the
Los Angeles Raiders. Today, Hollo-
way is an acclaimed motivational
speaker.
The luncheon is set for Feb. 22 at
11:45 a.m. in the Wesley Centre on
the campus of First United Method-
ist Church of Plant City, 203 N. Evers
St. This year's theme is "timeless
values." Mayor John Dicks will be the
Distinguished Citizen Honoree.
Information: Dean Snyder, 752-
2505 or Tod Pukas, 659-1234 for all
RSVPs.

'Taste of Chocolate'
downtown Feb. 10
"Taste of Chocolate," a confec-
tionery and dessert contest where
the public can sample the goodies,
is set for Feb. 10 from 11:30 a.m.
until 1:30 p.m., at the east end of
McCall Park in downtown Plant
City. The event, now in its second
year, is sponsored by Plant City
Entertainment.
The entrance fee is $15, and regis-
tration is required. Categories
include cake, candy/novelties, and
cookies/brownies. Registration
forms are available at Hardee's
Fashions, Excel Printing Center,
and Sunshine State Federal Savings
and Loan (main office on Evers
Street). Information, contact April
Smith at 731-0615 or at adsactres-
s@yahoo.com.

Chili cook-off set
for McCall Park
Plant City's 17th Annual Chili
Cook-Off is set for Feb. 10 from 11:30
a.m. until 1:30 p.m. at McCall Park in
downtown Plant City.
Sponsored by the Plant City Arts
Council, the event is an opportunity
for chili chefs to try out their favorite
recipes and let the public taste and
judge their culinary efforts in three
categories - spicy, mild and novelty.
Cash prizes will be awarded in each
category, as well as an overall Peoples
Choice winner.
The public can sample any or all
the entries for $5. Soda and water will
be on sale throughout the event.
Chili entries are $15 for a half table
and $30 for a full 8-foot table. Entry
forms are available at Plant City
Photo Archives, Hardee's Fashions,
Excel Printing Center, and Sunshine
State Federal Savings and Loan
(main office on Evers Street).
Information: John McCaughey,
757-9110 (daytime) or at
johnwmcc57@hotmail.com.





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Charles Isom: 'A Gentleman And A Scholar'


WORKED IN SCHOOLS

FOR ALMOST 30 YEARS
By KEVIN BRADY
kbrady@mediageneral.com
A husband to one, a father
of two and a teacher to thou-
sands, Charles Jerome Isom
was remembered at a
memorial service at First
United Methodist Church Jan.
26.
Isom, 90, of Plant City, died
Jan. 20.
A scholar and a gifted
teacher, Isom is survived by
Rita McKinney Isom, to whom
he was married for 55 years.
He was a father to daughters
Joan Claire Isom and Louise
Waldron, and a brother to
Louise Henning and Nan
Isom.
"He was a gentleman and
scholar," said Plant City histo-
rian and educator David E.
Bailey Jr., who went to junior
high school with Isom. "He
was one of my dearest friends
for 75 years. It's said that a
teacher's influence extends
into eternity and that was cer-
tainly the case in Charles'
case."
The son of Louise Cook
Isom and Vivian Clower Isom
- one of the first families to
grow strawberries in Plant
City - Isom grew up on a farm.
He was named for his grand-
father Charles Nelson Isom,
the last living Hillsborough

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County Civil War veteran.
He attended Plant City
schools and served in the U.S.
Army in World War II. After
graduating from Florida
Southern College in Lakeland
he attended Columbia Uni-
versity in New York City,
where he earned a master's in
English.
But his doctorate studies
were interrupted when he
returned home to help care
for his sick father.
At that time he became a
teacher at Turkey Creek High
School, where he met fellow
teacher Rita McKinney. They
married in July 1952.
Isom was a teacher and
administrator for the Hills-
borough County school
system for almost 30 years,
teaching at Turkey Creek and
Plant City high schools.
His love for music was
exemplified in his lifelong
years as a member of the choir
at First United Methodist
Church of Plant City.
In his final days, Isom was
known for his wit and for recit-
ing passages of Shakespeare.
"He could dramatize
Shakespeare like he was on
stage at the Kennedy Center,"
said Betty Watkins, a fellow
teacher at Plant City High.
"He was a fantastic teacher."
"Charles loved life aplenty
and found contentment every
day," said the Rev. Earl Smith.
"Even in the hospital, he spent
his time befriending the staff


KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
A collage of images from the life of Charles Jerome Isom was prominently displayed during his
memorial service at First United Methodist Church.


there and that speaks volumes
of his character."
A former master sergeant in
the U.S. Army, Isom's life was
an example of excellence in
every field, Smith said.
"After the army, he earned a
master's degree, was a master
teacher, family man and
friend. He held himself and
his students to the highest
standards," he said.
Marian Griffin Reed, who
went on to become a teacher
herself, was one of those
pupils.
"He was a culturally refined
man who came to our little
country town and devoted his
life to expanding our minds.
He was a teacher, an example


and, for me, a father figure,"
said Griffin Reed, whose
father died when she was 12.
"He was a rare individual who
touched lives with the poetry
of how he lived his life."
"I loved him, respected him.
and I will never forget him,"
said Raymond Clibom,
another former Isom pupil
who he inspired to become a
teacher.
Jan King dreamed of
becoming a lawyer as a young
woman, and while Isom
encouraged his young stu-
dent, he also urged her to
keep writing poetry.
As a student King half-joked
she "would one day immor-
talize him in my writing." And
although she went on to
become a successful lawyer,
King did continue her poetry.
She published "If I Ever Say
More" two years ago, dedicat-
ing it to Isom.
"He made me believe I
could be anything I wanted,"
King said. "He was more
important to me than any
other teacher I have ever had
in high school, college or law
school."
Plant City native Barbara
Franques is Hillsborough
County's area director for
schools in Plant City and its
environs, including some
schools in Brandon. Isom was
Franques' English teacher
during her senior year at
Plant City High, 1966-67.


"I remember we were in
awe of him because he obvi-
ously was so very intelligent,"
Franques said. "And probably
we were a little anxious, too,
because he was certainly a
very tough instructor. My
memory is his command, cer-
tainly, of English and
grammar and literature, and
how he incorporated it all.
"I do know there was never
a student who misbehaved in
his class. That was unaccept-
able. And because of that
expectation, we always acted
appropriately as well."
John Briggs said he never
remembers an argument with
his friend of 33 years.
"He was an oasis of cul-
ture," said Briggs who would
visit his friend every week-
end.
Smith said Isom's life holds
a lesson for everyone.
"If one thing is written
about him in the book of life,
it is that he was a man of
faith," he said. "He walked in
faith and so can we."
Isom's family includes two
granddaughters, Harmony
Stewart (a Plant City teacher)
and Cecilia Laney; three
great-grandchildren, Joseph,
Kayla and Charles Stewart;
and a son-in-law, Tom Wal-
dron.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
gifts may be sent to First.
United Methodist Church of
Plant City.


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TODAY
Library offers Baby Time
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer a Baby Time children's pro-
gram Feb. 1, 8, 15 and 22 at 10 a.m. for ages
0-14 months and their parents/caregivers.
Share books, rhymes, songs, games and
quality time together while instilling a love
of reading and regular library visits in this
20-minute program. Limit of 15, registra-
tion is required.
Call: 757-9215.

Ribbon cutting, tour
Timberlane Pet Hospital & Resort, 1704
Walden Village Court, will host a ribbon
cutting and tour Feb. 1 at 10:30 a.m.

FRIDAY
Gospel singing
Christian Worship Center, 579 Virginia
Ave., Center Hill, plans a gospel concert
featuring the Mike Lefevre Quartet Feb. 2 at
7 p.m. Call: 716-2178.

SATURDAY
Strawberry Queen Pageant
The 2007 Florida Strawberry Queen
Pageant is set for Feb. 3 at 6 p.m. at Tomlin
Middle School, 501 N. Wilson St.

Legion yard sale
Plant City's American Legion post plans
a yard sale Feb. 3 from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. The
post is at Woodrow Wilson and U.S. High-
way 92. Tables are still available for the
event. Call: 754-2731.

Crafts Flea Market
The annual Crafts Flea Market will take
place Feb. 3 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The
Lakes Clubhouse, Sam Allen Road and
State Road 39. A lunch will be served from
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for $3.

Roast beef or ham dinner
First United Methodist Church of Dover
on Moore's Lake Road will host a roast beef
or ham dinner in the church's fellowship
hall Feb. 3 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
The menu will include roast beef or ham,
mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, cole
slaw, rolls, dessert/,tea of coffee. The cost is
$6.50 per person and $2.50 per child.
Call: Nell Bowdoin, 659-1138.

Bike Fest
The monthly Bike Fest motorcycle gath-
ering will take place Feb. 3 from 5 to 9 p.m.
on an eight-square-block area adjacent to
the Plant City Train Depot, 102 N. Palmer
St. Admission is free. Information: 754-
3707 or www.plantcity.org.

MONDAY
Belly dancing classes
Belly dancing classes are offered Mon-
days from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Planteen
Recreation Center, 301 Dort St. Information:
Mary Jane Aguilar, (863) 682-6009; or Chris,
cwashburn@plantcitygov.com or 659-4200,
Ext. 4340.

Lawyer referral for Spanish speakers
The Hillsborough County Bar Associa-
tion will host a lawyer referral service pro-
gram for Spanish speakers on immigration
Feb. 5 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St. Call: 757-9215.

Art Guild meeting
The East Hillsborough Art Guild will hold
its monthly meeting Feb. 5 at 7 p.m. at the
Woman's Club of Plant City, 1110 N.
Wheeler St. Guest artist Hazel Smith will
demonstrate the art of calligraphy. There
will also be a final wrapup for the Straw-
berry Festival Art Show. Call: 752-0179

TUESDAY
Christian women's club luncheon
The Plant City Christian Women's Club
plans its "Too Old For Love - Never" lun-
cheon Feb. 6 at 11:30 a.m. at Walden Lake
Golf & Country Club with vocalist Tonya
Groninger and guest speaker Carolyn
McCort.
For reservations and complimentary
nursery, call Carole, 759-1708, or Diane,
659-3487.


Around


PCHS Class of '57
The Plant City High School class of 1957
is planning its 50th class reunion for April
20, 21 and 22. The next planning meeting
will be Feb. 6 at 9 a.m. at Buddy Freddy's,
1101 Goldfinch Drive. All interested class-
mates including those who did not gradu-
ate are invited to attend and help plan the
event. Call: Daphne Ballard, 752 6473.

Line dancing
Strawberry Square, 4401 Boot Bay Road,
will host line dancing with Sherri Nix Feb. 6
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. All levels of square,
round, and line dances are offered through-
out the week. Information: 752 0491 or visit
www.floridadanceweb.com/strawberry.

Tai chi classes
Tai chi classes are offered Tuesdays from
7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Winter Visitor Center,
403 Dort St., for $4 per class. Information:
Joyce, 685-1211; or Chris, cwashburn-
@plantcitygov.com or 659-4200. Ext. 4340.

Book discussion
A book discussion of "Secret Life of Bees"
by Sue Monk Kidd will take place Feb. 6 at
11 a.m. at Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St. Copies of the book are avail-
able at the library. Call: 757-9215.

Library offers children's programs
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer the following children's pro-
grams:
* Toddler Time, Feb. 6, 13, 20 and 27 at
9:30 a.m. for ages 15-30 months and their
parents/caregivers. Stories, fingerplays
and songs make up this 20-minute pro-
gram. Registration is required.
* Story Time for Preschoolers, Feb. 6, 13,
20 and 27 at 10:30 a.m. for ages 2-and-a-half
to 5. Stories, fingerplays and songs make up
this 30-minute program for children who
can sit by themselves in a group. Registra-
tion is required. Call: 757-9215.


WEDNESDAY
Free ESL class
Free English as a Second Language
classes are offered Wednesdays from 6:30
to 9 p.m. at Don Polio Restaurant, 2403
Reynolds St. The classes are sponsored by
the Church of Scientology of Tampa. Call:
872-0722.

Mommy and Me Playtime
Mommy and Me Playtime is offered
Wednesday from 10 a.m. to noon at the
Planteen Recreation Center, 301 Dort St.,
for ages 2 and older. Dads are also
welcome.
Information: Chris, cwashburn@plantc-
itygov.com or 659-4200, Ext. 4340.

Free computer programs
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer a free hands-on Introduction
to the Internet computer program Feb. 7 at
2 p.m. Seating is limited. Registration in
person is required no earlier than one hour
prior to the start of the program.
The library will also offer these upcom-
ing free computer programs: Searching the
Internet Hands On, Feb. 14 at 2 p.m.; E-
mail, Level I Hands On, Feb. 21 at 2 p.m.;
and E-Mail, Level II Feb. 28 at 2 p.m.
Call: 757-9215.

PLAN AHEAD
Republican Women's Club
The Plant City Federated Republican
Women's Club will host Hillsborough
County School Board Member Jennifer Fal-
iero at the club's next meeting Feb. 8 at 6
p.m. at the Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler
St. Faliero will give an update on schools
and will also answer questions from the
audience.
A buffet dinner will be served at 6 p.m.
and will include entree, salad, side dishes
and a drink. The $15 cost includes a tip.
Call: 754-0424 for reservations.


GARAGE

SALES


Pick of the Week


Plant City, 1203
Mendonsa Road, Feb.
3, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Multi family sale with
furniture, kitchen
items and more.
Strawberry Square
Flea market, 4401
Boot Bay Road, off
Whitehurst, Feb. 3, 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. White
elephant table,
clothes, tools, baked
goods, hamburgers,
hot dogs, coffee/
drinks.
Plant City, 1906
Sweet Bay Court, Feb.
3, starting at 8 a.m.
Furniture, sofa, two
chairs, two end
tables, clothes,
household and
miscellaneous items.
Plant City, indoor
flea market, The
Lakes, State Road
Highway 39 and Sam
Allen Road, 8 a.m. to
1 p.m. $3 lunch from
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Plant City, Walden
Lake Emerald Forest
subdivision, 3231
Kilmer Drive, Feb. 3,
starting at 8 a.m. Fur-
niture, clothes and
household items.
Plant City , 911
Crystal Terrace, off
Calhoun St., Feb. 3.
Multi-family sale.
Collectibles, jewelry,
household item,
dolls, clothes and art-
work.
Plant City, 2902 E.
Williams Road, Feb.
3., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Clothes, furniture,
housewares and
appliances.
Plant City, 2701
Wilder Trace Court,
Feb. 2-3, 7 a.m. to
noon. Moving sale,
clothes, toys, furni-
ture, household and
miscellaneous items.


(LUB (LIPS
Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of
Plant City meets the first
Friday of every month from 7
to 8:45 p.m. at Ms. Cherie's
Art & Frame Shop, 119 W.
Alexander St.
The group was formed to
help children appreciate art
and participate in hands-on
activities. Call: 719-6887.

Infant, child
safety seat checks
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander
St., offers infant and child
safety seat checks on Fridays
in the main hospital lobby.
Call: 754-4444.

Turkey Creek Class of 1955
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1955 meets the
fourth Thursday of the month
at 8:30 am. at BuddyFreddys,
1401 WDr. Martin Luther King
Jr. Blvd. Call: 986-1193.


Photo courtesy of Frances B. Moon

Tai chi classes
Tai chi classes are offered Tuesdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Winter Visitor Center,
403 Dort St., for $4 per class. Information: Joyce, 685-1211; or Chris, cwashburn-
@plantcitygov.com or 659-4200. Ext. 4340.






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OPINIle MomentsN



The Magic Of Little Moments


"Little moments, big magic"
is not just a slogan for Big
Brothers/Big Sisters; it's what
happens when you become a
site-based mentor with the
group.
A site-based mentor sees
the child they have been
matched with on school
grounds one hour a week
during the school day.
It doesn't sound like much,
but I can tell you it is the little
moments that make big
magic. One hour a week is not
much time to us adults, but to
a child who craves attention
and help, it is a lot.
I have been a site-based
mentor for five years now.
Those little moments, when
the teacher tells you that your
"little" looks forward to your
visit and when the child
shows you the much


improved grade on their
school work, are very reward-
ing. Your heart fills with joy as
you experience the "big
magic" when the teacher calls
you at home so excited that
the shy little boy who was
struggling with school made a
92 percent on his test. The
magic gets bigger as you hang
up the phone, only for it to
ring. It is your "little," calling
you to tell you the news and
you hear the excitement in his
voice of not only finally
succeeding at something, but
doing it well, too.
I urge everyone to open
their hearts and take time to
be a mentor. These are not
"bad" children, but children
who are lost and struggling to
find their way. They want to
succeed but have no idea how
to go about it. We work with


It is the little moments that make

big magic. One hour a week is not

much time to us adults, but to a

child who craves attention and

help, it is a lot.


the teacher and help with
homework, and teach them
about setting goals and how
to reach them.
You get to experience the
thrill of seeing a child suc-
ceed, knowing you made the
difference and you stay young
at heart by staying involved.
In the words of John Crosby
"Mentoring is a brain to pick,
an ear to listen and a push in
the right direction."


Imagine what the world
would be like if we all became
mentors and gave a push in
the right direction and an ear
to listen.
For more information on Big
Brothers/Big Sisters, call Kim
Chadwell at (863) 682-5191.

Cassandra Banning
mentors at Walden Lake
Elementary School.


Keep Those Prevaricating Derrieres From Drifting


I always try to catch the president's State of the
Union address. The occasion invariably offers
iconic moments that tend to provide priceless
perspective and insight as regards the workings of


our nation's government.
Such was the case a week ago
when I was struck by the
obvious extent of the games-
manship and posturing
consistently demonstrated by
our image-conscious senators
and representatives. Maybe the
best example was what I now
refer to as "the tushie shuffle."
The tushie shuffle was an
applause line phenomenon.
Let me explain.
Members of Congress would
respond to a presidential
sound bite that rang true, begin
to rise to their feet then pause,
bottoms just inches from their
benches, in order to glance
furtively from side to side in an
effort to gauge their conformity
to whatever political line they
felt compelled to toe.
* I like what President Bush
just said, but is it OK for me to
stand up this time?
* I'm not sure I agree, but
those guys next to me look
important and they're stand-
ing.
* Why is everyone clapping? I
was taking a nap. Who's
winning?
* Now I'm confused, Nancy
Pelosi is applauding everything
the president says.
* I think I'm supposed to
appear moderate on this issue,
but now I don't remember.


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


* I'm trying to concentrate,
but that woman in the hot-pink
outfit on the front row stands
out like a huge bottle of Pepto-
Bismol.
* Darn, I wish I could see
what Joe Lieberman is going to
do.
Why not simply applaud,
stand, sit or cheer in an honest
response to the president's
words with some degree of
personal integrity? Surely
falling out of line with the party
or the powerbrokers is more
dignified that the spectacle of
long rows of congressional
fannies hanging indecisively
between honesty and political
correctness?


We have long accused the
Washington crowd of postur-
ing. Maybe a better word would
be "posterior-ing"? Congress is,
after all, the "seat" of
government.
Earlier that evening my wife
and I spent a couple of hours
combing the mall for wedding-
related costume jewelry and
shoes. Why are you all laugh-
ing? The whole junior brides-
maid and flower girl aspect is
front and center right now. So
of course we had to see what's
out there.
"Out there" is certainly the
appropriate phrase. I have
never seen so much bizarre
bling in all my life. Did you
know you can spend $380 for a
designer tarantula broach that
looks as if it's crawling into the
dress? Yes, Goth has gone
uptown. Who knew?
It is also possible to carefully
examine 23,000 pieces of
costume jewelry in 13 separate
locations and still fail to
discover satisfactory accesso-
ries to decorate the nieces.
Overall, however, the
preparation phase is going
really well. Our daughter found
her wedding gown, all the
various bridesmaids dresses
are ordered, and my wife
purchased an amazing mother-
of-the-bride outfit that is
appropriately stunning. As for
me, I went to the Men's
Wearhouse a couple of weeks
ago and, yes, I really do like the
way I look.
And I couldn't help but think
about all the wedding stuff


while I listened to the presi-
dent's speech. Yes I disagree
with George W. regarding a lot
of important areas, and yes the
whole circus atmosphere
surrounding the Washington
posterior-ing and power-
mongering annoys me on
many levels. But...
But we live in this land of
freedom and opportunity,
where two young people like
Naomi and her Craig can
launch their hope-filled and
optimistic journey without
fear, and with the confidence
that anything at all is possible
in the context of unbounded
faith and love.
Our children live in this
possibility-soaked America in
the middle of a world not so
peaceful and not so free. Yet
they have the assurance and
the belief because other
Americans have and remain
willing to sacrifice everything
on their behalf and to
guarantee them a future.
So while it's easy to poke fun
at Washington and certainly
our responsibility to hold
government accountable for its
misdeeds, I was reminded of
how very grateful I am for
Congress. Just so long as they
keep those prevaricating
derrieres from drifting so much
with the prevailing political
tide.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can reach
him at derekmaul@gmail.com.


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FEBRUARY 1, 2007 * THE COURIER + 7


STAGE RIGHT: LOCAL THEATER REVIEWED



'Second Wind'A Breath Of Fresh Air


PLAYERS TACKLE 'JEKYLL'
Two guys and a gal who really
know their instruments - their
voices - filled the Ramada Inn
dining area like a gust of fresh
air for "Second Wind." And it
was one of the more delightful
experiences this critic has
witnessed in a long time.
When Ralph Alocco - the
producer and a performer of
Second Wind - starts to sing, it's
a joy to listen. That's how


brilliant Ralph's performance is.
When coupled with a beautiful
talent like Mellissa Malone, who
sings like an angel, and James
Scofield, who adds the zest to
the program, you start to think,
"How far am I from Broadway?"
I'd say not very far!
Second Wind will be at the
Ramada Plantation House in
Plant City for much of 2007,
singing, performing, doing
solos, duets and harmonizing
every week Fridays or Saturdays
in the Red Rose Dining Room.


There is no cover charge.
Don't miss their shows. Call:
Ralph C. Allocco, 882-8047, or
e-mail rallocco@hotmail.com

Jekyll and Hyde
Music Showcase recently
took on "'Jekyll and Hyde" at
the James McCabe Theatre in
Valrico, a cozy little theater
which has staged many fine
local productions.
The show was busy with
singing and acting with 20
thespians in each act. The


protagonist, Jekyll and Hyde,
played by Joey Canessa, was
outstanding with his singing
and acting. Megan Wicks, who
played Lucy Harris, also
performed well. She lit up the
stage. The cast was also great
and worked superbly together.
Each performer complimented
each other. Director Miguel
Ochalek is also to be compli-
mented for his directorship. The
sets and scenery were simplistic
and yet effective. The audio was
adequate but could have been


AL
COHEN


better. The overall singing,
acting and dancing was
outstanding, a show worth
seeing. I'm looking forward to
their next show. Call: 685-5998.
Al Cohen is a Plant City
theater producer and critic.


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Military and The UPS Store will pay the postage!

Operation: S.WA.K (Sealed with a Kiss)

Mail must be addressed to a specific U.S. serviceman or
woman. Free postage is limited to cards/letters weighing
1 oz. or less.


your Valentine's Day packing and
shipping needs.


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FAMI LY


LI-VING


BETTY'S PLACE


Tomlin Science




Students




Headed To Fair


Congratulations to Tomlin
Middle School Science stu-
dents who are headed to the
University of South Florida for
the annual Regional Science
Fair.
Cindy Peterson, a sixth-
grade science teacher, says the
Tomlin judges had a hard time
because there were some
excellent projects to choose
from. Best of luck to these stu-
dents.

Highway Patrol steps
up for Kiwanis
David Rayburn, an officer in
the Tampa-based Florida
Highway Patrol Auxiliary's
Troop C, announced at a
recent Kiwanis meeting that
Troop C's foundation is
donating $500 to the Plant
City Kiwanis Club. The money
will go to the club's service
projects.
David Rayburn is a director
of the club and proudly intro-
duced guests, Trooper Bran-
don McElderry and Auxiliary
Captain Mike Halfpenny at
the meeting.
The guest speaker, Auxiliary
Lt. Col. Spence Price, spoke on
the mission of the Florida
Highway Patrol Auxiliary.

Betty Everidge celebrates
102nd birthday
A very special happy birth-
day to Betty Everidge, who will
be celebrating 102 years on
Feb. 5. Betty continues to live
on her own and enjoy the fel-
lowship of her family and
church, First Baptist Church
of Plant City. God bless you,
Betty.

Alderman among scholars
Florida Southern University
has named the 2006 fall
semester President's Scholars.
Among those 137 students is
Amber Renee Alderman, a
freshman. She is the daughter
of Michael and Barbara Alder-
man of Plant City. Congratula-
tions, Amber.

Dart donates to hospital
The Dart Foundation of
Mason, Mich., is donating
$15,000 to South Florida Bapt-
ist Hospital toward the
construction of a new
Intensive Care Unit. Jimmy
Rigdon, a plant manager at
Plant City's Dart facility, said it
was a privilege to support
such a worthy and humane
cause.
Dart is the world's largest
manufacturer of foam cups
and employs more than 7,000
people at 18 production facili-
ties. Judy Martin, executive
director of the hospital's foun-
dation, says construction will


BETTY
BRIGGS


Columnist

hopefully begin in 2008.

Knights scores at Math Bowl
It was a first for Knights Ele-
mentary and we are sure
proud. The fifth-grade Math
Bowl team competed in the
first round of the district wide
math competition and placed
second. They went on to com-
pete at the district finals and
placed third, another first for
Knights.
Jennifer Bretsch, the teacher
and coach of the fifth-grade
team, said the kids worked
really really hard and she's so
proud of them. Congratula-
tions!

Brains and brawn
Jake Driggers was home
recently for a winter break,
visiting parents Doug and
Donna Driggers and brought
lots of exciting news with him.
He is attending West Virginia
Wesleyan College in Buckhan-
non, W.Va., on an academic/
baseball scholarship.
Jake recently received a
trophy for best slugging per-
centage and will be playing in
the Florida All Star College
Baseball Jamboree in Sanford
in March.
Last year, 30 teams from 16
states participated. While
home, he also received a letter
from the college stating that
he made the Dean's List for
academic achievement. Jake
is majoring in accounting and
will graduate this May.
Congratulations to this 2001
Plant City High School gradu-
ate.

Gentleman, start your ovens
It's that time of year for chili
and chocolate at the annual
Plant City Arts Council Chili
Cook-Off and A Taste of Choc-
olate.
Mark your calendars for
Feb. 10 at 11:30 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. at the downtown Historic
Train Depot. For $5 you can
taste all entries.
Jackie's Dance Studio will
be coordinating the entertain-
ment, which will include their


Representing Tomlin School at the Regional Science Fair will be sixth-grade honorable mention
Stanton Cook, Andrew Erickson, Stephanie Taylor and Nicholas Wilson. Science teacher Cindy
Peterson, sixth-grade third-place winner Jamee Townsend; second-place winner lan Scarbrough;
first-place winner Taylor Adams and seventh-grade first-place winner Adam Skolnick.


.y ' At left, Knights Elementary
fifth-grade Math Bowl team.
Below, Jeremy and Justin
S , Rockaway of Oveida enjoyed
- " an old-fashioned wagon ride
.on their recent visit to Plant
cCity.
Photo courtesy of Jennifer Bretsch


students, Strawberry Square,
Plant City Children's Theatre,
Shirley's Dance Studio,
Shawna Cook Singers and
excerpts from Plant City
Entertainment, Inc.'s musical
"Forever Plaid."

Welcome these newcomers
Jeremy and Justin Rocka-
way of Oveida made their very
first trip to Plant City last
weekend with parents Alexan-
dria and Kent Rockaway. They
were visiting grandparents,
Jim and Barbara Cain, old res-
idents of Naples and new to
Plant City.
The highlight of the boys
trip was an old-fashioned
wagon ride through a straw-
berry field, pulled by Clyde,
Diamond J's Belgium draft
horse. If you happen to meet
Jim and Barbara around town,
give them a big Plant City
welcome.
Jim, a composer and retired
music professor, and Barbara,
newly retired as vice-presi-
dent of Risk Management at
Naples Community Hospital,
Inc., (lave moved across the
street from the Briggs for obvi-
ous reasons - Barbara is my
twin and we are thrilled to be
living near each other.

Have a birthday or family
event you'd 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
N. Wheeler St., Plant City, FL
33566.


BETIY BRIGGSIPhoto


Photo courtesy of Ray Cliburn
Jake Driggers, No. 16, is winning in baseball and academics.


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POLICE LOG

The following incidents were
reported to the Plant City Police
Department Jan. 14-20.

Jan. 14
12:32 a.m., criminal mis-
chief, 4600 block Crimson
Court
1 a.m., criminal mischief,
Country Hills Boulevard/State
Road 574
2:31 a.m., grand theft, 300
block South Frontage Road
5 p.m., criminal mischief,
1500 block Plantation Grove
Court
5:36 p.m., criminal mischief,
1108 block East Cherry Street
7:20 p.m., criminal mischief,
1500 block Plantation Grove
Court
11 p.m., criminal mischief,
4600 block Lantana Place
11:20 p.m., aggravated bat-
tery, 2600 block Cleveland
Street

Jan. 15
4 a.m., criminal mischief,
1200 block West Reynolds
Street
9:45 a.m., robbery, 500 block
South Wheeler Street
11 a.m., retail theft, 200
block South Collins Street
12 a.m., criminal mischief,
300 block North Wilder Road


1:55 p.m., robbery attempt,
4600 block Lykes Road
4:19 p.m., robbery, 800 block
West Martin Luther King Jr.
Boulevard
9:46 p.m., robbery, 2100
block West Baker Street
10:40 p.m., aggravated
assault, Northwest Drane
Street

Jan.16
8 a.m., aggravated battery,
1600 block East Alabama
Street
2:15 p.m., lewd and lascivi-
ous behavior, 1400 block
South Collins Street
7:10 p.m., aggravated
assault, 2000 block North
Wheeler Street
7:15 p.m., resisting an officer
without violence, 600 block
Spruce Street
7:30 p.m., vehicle burglary,
1700 block North Park Road
9:15 p.m., vehicle theft, 900
block Loganderry Lane

Jan. 17
12:01 a.m., criminal mis-
chief, 1605 block Thonoto-
sassa Road
2 p.m.,- fraud, 1500 block
West Reynolds Street
2:43 p.m., theft, 2100 block
James L. Redman Parkway
4 p.m., vehicle burglary,
2300 block East Cherry Street
4 p.m., vehicle theft, 4610
block Airport Road


5 p.m., grand theft, 1200
block West Grant Street
5 p.m., grand theft, 3100
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5 p.m., grand theft, 3200
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5:20 p.m., criminal mischief,
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block East Church Street
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D.L. (Slim) Richter * 01/20/2001
One year and two days apart,
Always in each others heart
Momma you left dad behind,
But you were always on his mind.
The five of us bonded with dad in such a way,
but he said children, I can't stay.
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10 4 THE COURIER * FEBRUARY 1, 2007


IN THE SPIRIT


Pete Battaglia: First Baptist


Church Plant City


Pete Battaglia, minister of
worship and music at First
Baptist Church Plant City, ran
through a'mellow series of
harmonic chords on his
Taylor acoustic guitar.
"Jesus, you can have all my
yesterdays," he sang. "Jesus,
you can have my tomorrows.
Jesus, most important of all,
you can have me for today..."


A simple song, one of many
Battaglia compositions, but it
explains better than a column
full of words exactly what this
deeply spiritual music man is
about.

Q: What's your favorite
Bible verse.
A: Jeremiah 29:11. "For I
know the plans I have for you,


declares the Lord, plans to
prosper you and not to harm
you, plans to give you hope
and a future." I'm a Yankee
Italian. God took a New Jersey
kid who really didn't have a
shot at anything in life and he
molded the path. Now I'm a
minister of music with a
master's degree working in a
See SPIRIT, Page 12


DEREK MAUL/Staff photo
Pete Battaglia, minister of worship and music at First Baptist
Church Plant City, has a masters in church music from New
Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.


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ADVENT CHRISMIAN
Dover: 5 ,wrLhA Rd I Df'nemstg
659 26-tW

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Alien Chapel: 1/09E li raSi. -"2-"'j ff
Mount Olie: 1113 i It: Ifm it
Mount Olise: Hom,., Rd "-.2t08

APOSTOLIC
,%aunblea ApostloUca
150 u1.l.n RP4 '3. 3'*
Apostolic Churth o(Jesus ChristL
1212 lRen tds 41 51.)30

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: PiiittIl Rd
twbuz 695--a4)
Bedtan): Htian, Rd
n.Wor a~ii. ')W,5-1~
Calhary Felloiship:
I//0.\ Gorm i%. "2. -5.25
Chrisdian Life .Assembl):
3120S tidler Rd. (5"-,�i01
Doter First: NR 5", 'tnwA Ra 6('59i4.)'
Faith Temple: Il1-ail t ti n.iI-
f',dk (.,winu line "52-1' -.
Faith Lighthouse: Or ) .i9 ,\ 752-1885
irst ['..tI (-tin Ih"/ic fnfli, A'J

Forl ,iafa:lla (.,.fe r / ,,nih 9
- ,utli A: l 'I'. 4f.51i,
hes-lillt: %R/4.0 "0,i'.43i
Mourn m ion: /1.it /i...vq..-,..",i Ad, 752-1614
Pleasant Grose: i,,r i rt/Il RW 737-3529
,i(tor) Wor'hip Center: i .'oir iineRd,

S)dne. : '1,ini Rl I I/ nio [L 'L
tdrJnei .,tir rkt 'r(1-I3 i2
Turkey (reek: inrk'-, reek Rdl 54-5372

BAPTIST
Ahaia hxrh11G �(t i,1. 1 ,q'. 1 R/
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Alafia Baptist- :.2 .i ni Jirdel, RI,

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Berea: 'b . '< "'.J*-'.52
Bethan): .,,rl K/, -'". '.'r.
Bethel ."Io Il se,'Nt., '. - .i
Beulah: il'h , ". t ii.r, Ii li,t4 ,,1
lu h i .~ II2'
Bible: clhirl ai' ffin o ,I "i2..--'N.
Burchvood temple: i,,ch,.ltr 6 R574,

(.ah ar Free t dl-I 3i'l' r,ar"e!/ RE.
(edarGrowf:t A ei delI f -1234
central ot Lithta. l-, 'i .. e- e .el illeRd
Church on the Rock. "/ I I U..,,rook,
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Comnnunin (hrln-ian:

(ro noad.- ih' 1.S '., a-rtil
f-3 1211
Countridt Baptist (ihurh-"
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BAPTIST CONTD
Doter Firsc ,\ Galigyr Rd o09-02-Q)
fadU llkE8[ Gdlu61 I '.54--Y
East Thonolosassa: .tcinh,'h
vK AKnish-Gnljin Rid VA-iL3f ,
Faith Temple Primitive:
&M8IW tingiton it 754-6661
First Baptst1 Church of Miduay:
Mithdian Rd. "'52-'2
First Baptist Lithia: liier 'ctlw. I".R3')&
h./i'ti.Pih rerc.1 A-l '.' 1121
First Plant City: 503 N. Paldmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
McIntoshR4d 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W.Knights Griffin Rd, 986-7165
Hopeweaver: 567-5548
Hopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paid Buchman Huy, 752-4972
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd, 752-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd, 754-5278
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Wanrren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 ColsonRd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W.BallSt, 754-3834
New Hope Freewill Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Doer
New Mt Zion Freewill:3041 Daniels Rd.,
752-3985
Northside: 1700 N FranklinSt, 752-2779
Oakwood. Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive: 509 N. Evers St,
754-3261
Pleasant Grove First: Turkey Creek Rd,
737-2556
Shiloh Baptist Church:
905 W Terrace Dr., 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road, 754-4879
St Luke Missionary: 108S. WarnellSt,
754-4992
St Mary's Freewill: Hunter & Warren St,
754-6853
St Mary Missionary: 1804 SR. 60E.,
737-3668
St Mary's Community Church:
907E. Laura St, 754-1616
Sydney: 1510 CreRd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community Baptist Church:
5447 Turkey Creek Rd, 813-737-1224
Turkey Creek First TrapneliRd,
752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Welcome Baptist 11308 Welcome
Church St. (813) 737-2288
Westside: 2503 W. GranfleldAve,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd 901Nt Whitehurst Rd,
754-5405

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Little Union: 15510 County Rd 39,
Lithia, 634-4754
Salem Primitive:
14402 Salem Church Rd., Sydney


CATHOLIC
SL. lemenc 110 A\ ..Aurinder St.
-52-&y5 1

CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938A. Wlder Rd 752-2771
Cork: Corrk AR,.I i2-5i2l
laura Sc 13lu[ Liria t 52-2858
Springhead: g mn R,i t -54-485
CHRISTIAN IDis.ples o1 ChnsilI
First 21/4'l lI.,,,a.,a Rd -"52-.rf85

CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian: Mclntosh Rd,
NofSR574

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214E. laura St
CHURCH OF GOD (Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community: 5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: DownuingSt, 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 MudlakeRd, 752-4591
Turkey Creek Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
Thonotosassa:
1702N. TaylorRd, 986-1916

CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 KingswayN.,
Seffner, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St,361-8190
First N Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle: Allen & Haines St

EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301N. Carey St,
752-5061

FULL GOSPEL
Destiny Church of Plant City:
1112N. Wheeler St.,
813-659-2181

HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 WIBallSt.

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106S. EversSt.
Evangelists for Jesus Tabernacle:
SR574, E. ofDover, 659-0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel Plant City:
1310 North Shannon Ave., 892-0510
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909


INTERDENOMINATIONAL (Contd)
Cotenani Bible Church:
1idSE TondinSt. "5i-54 J3
Deeper Life Fellowship:
(in'oih Rd Ir IW 3R9 ,
Revital Outreach Center:
25A ,\ .OiterR. 6/1-.10

JEHOVAH'S WilNESSES
kingdom Hall: 3202'.% M tla ul.1ie.


LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of Jesus Christ LDS:
186A'6 P.rk Rd - 52.6364

LUIlERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd, 752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104MudLakeRd, 752-6064


Plant City Community Church of the
Nazarene.2402MudakeRoad, 752- S.953

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full Gospel Fellowship:
WMcLinAve.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311Sammonds Rd, 751i-...
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Impact ramnil Worship Center:
I /, ,, / i I,,, Ui-..- J i
lainos International Churcl ol florida.
902 E.Renfo St. 7W.>r2',
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201E. HillsboroughAve, 754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship Center:.
U.S. 92E

ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Orthodox Church:
3820 Moores lakeRd, Dover, 659-0123

PENTECOSTAL
Greater Heights Family Worship Center:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088
Living Waters Foursquare Churchi
602 S. EversSt, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 WIV Mahoney St, 757-6123

PENTECOSTAL HOUNESS
Dover: Moore's lake & Holiness
Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840

PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383


PRESBYTERIAN (Cont'd)
First Presbyterian Plant City:
414 It RemwU i it. "52-4211

SANCTIFIED HOUNESS
Halk with God Ministry
1/51i )RV5. tAer 659-09Wi

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 22-'3 raih em.i lr
52-4,'4w

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES, INC
"SAFE" ("Single Again Fellowship
& Evangelism")
2011 South WigginsRd., 754-3224

SOUTHERN METHODIST
First 103 WJohnson Rd, 754-5968

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914Lithia-PinecrestRd, Varico,


UNITED METHODIST
Cork. miWi Ui ,, A./ei,,R.

Doier Firsr It.' r L'rv i A k at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Eversn St,
754-3519
Grace: I.lid F. Cherry St, 659-3718
Suneti Heights: Walfer Dr 754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd,
752-5751
St Luke: 809E. laura St, 757-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort KingHwy at
Mistletoe Dr., 986-7135
Trinity Plant City:
402 W.English St, 752-9316

WORD OF FAnlH
Faith Outreach Church of
Plant City: HCC - Plant City Campus
JohlR Trinkle Building,
1206North Park Rd., 759-9273




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OFFERINGS

Teen Bible study
Teen Bible study and values
discussions are offered the
first and third Monday of each
month from 5 to 6 p.m. at the
Plant City Family YMCA's
youth extension site, 1507
YMCA Place. Call: 757-6677.

METS Ministries
METS Ministries, 1102 E.


Laura St., offers restoration
and healing services the first
and third Sunday of every
month at 6:30 p.m.
Each service will feature a
different speaker.
Call: Edith Langston, 759-
0607, or 754-1096.

St. Clement services
St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
hosts its Saturday vigil Mass
from 4 to 5 p.m. Call: 752-
8251.


Mount Olive events
Mount Olive Baptist
Church, 604 W. Ball St., offers
the following outreach serv-
ices:
* A free hot meals ministry
Tuesday and Thursdays from
12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
* A food pantry is open
weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m.
Call: 754-3834.

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119


N. Gordon St., offers adult
Sunday school at 10 a.m. fol-
lowed by the 11 a.m. service
and youth Sunday school.
Ongoing classes are offered
Wednesday mornings and
Thursday evenings. Also, a
potluck dinner is offered the
first Sunday of every month
after the service.
Call: 659-2624.

Eastside Baptist Church
Eastside Baptist Church,
1318 E. Calhoun St., offers a


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Sunday Bible study from 9:30
to 10:30 a.m.; morning wor-
ship at 10:45 (with children's
church) and evening worship
at 6. There is a Bible study for
all ages on Wednesday from 6
to 8:30 p.m.
Call: 754-2681.

Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist
Church, 14402 Salem Church
Road, meets Sundays at 10:30
a.m.
Call: 752-9548.


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LONE OAK
BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road, Plant City
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School- 10:00 A.M
MorningWorship - I 1:00 A.M.
EveningWorship - 6:00 RP.M.
Wednesday -Adult &Youth Ministries
7:00 RM.
Kerry D. Beaty - Pastor


Trinity United
Methodist Church
1 402 English St.,
Plant City
For inspiring, meaningful
and practical worship,
join us Sunday
10:30 am
Pastor's Message
2/4/07
"Don't Let Bitterness Take Root"
For Small Group
Times and Locations g
Call
813-752-9316
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First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Evers Street
Downtinm L- Plant Cilv,
fI,' F. Ir, - T,,ITJ.,ld. .. B a E, r .4 - 't ' I
7.754-351'
WORSHIP HOURS
8:00 am - Chapel Communion
Service
9:00 am - Contemporary Worship In
The Wesley Centre
10:00 am - Sunday School
(Children - Adult)
11:00 am - Traditional Worship In
The Sanctuary
Sunday Evenings
,uLh GrSmall oup. . iVort hip
, - -- 6 00- 8:U':i pm
SWednesday Evenings
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SHILOH
BAPTIST
CHURCH
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9:00 am.
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. �
Tuesday 6:30pm
Women's Scrapbooking Club
Wednesday Worship 6:15 p.m.
Activities for Children
& Students: 6:00 p.m.
905 W. Terrace Dr. (of Paul Buchman Hwy.)
752-8345

Turkey Creek
First Baptist Church
4915 W Trapnell Road.
Plant City, FL 33566
Phone 813-752-7890 or 813-752-7850
Sunday
Bible Study - For all ages 9:15am
Morning Worship - 10:30am
Discipleship Training - 5:00pm
Evening Worship - 6:00pm
Wednesday
Family Dinner - 5:30pm
Prayer Meeting - 6:30pm
Youth Bible Study - 6:30pm
TeamKids - 6:30pm
Choir Rehearsal - 7:30pm
Nursery is available for all Services
David C.Jones, Pastor
0002012366-01

St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass
4pm English
Sunday Masses
7am &10:30am
English
8:30am & 7pm
Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
(813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


COMMERCIAL * RESIDENTIAL * INDUSTRIAL * ACREAGE


Downtown Commercial Building Two-Story Downtown Commercial Building Downtown Commercial Development Lot 8 Commercial/Industrial Tracts, Plant City
106 Drane SL, Plant City, FL 102 South Evers St. Plant City, FL 108 South Collin St., Plant City. FL Walden Woods Business Center
Excellent for continued use as retail Excelent location in downtown * 8,3701 s.f. downtown commercial development tract Don't miss this opportunityto own
space or conversion into offices. etc. Plant City's historic t � 93-* directly on Colllns St prime commercial locflons In Plant Cityl
*3,000� s.f. downtown building * 12,480� s.f. two-story downtown building * Ready for development Lot 1A: 7�ac - Lot 1B: 1.5�ac
* Currently used as retail space 6,240� s.f. of leased rtail space on the first floor . City Utilities already in place Lot 1C: 2.7� ac * Lot 2A 4� a
* 32'� directly on Drane SL * Six apartments on the second floor . Zoned C-1. Commercial * Lot 2B: 4.1� ac . Lot 3: 6.74�ac
* Just off Collns St. * 100% leased and Income-producing * Drive by at your leisure to preview * Lot 4: 3.4� ac Lot 5: 14� ac
* Drive by at your leisure to preview * Drive by at your leisure to preview


Country Home on 16�Acres One Acre Commercial Tract
Plus Two 5�Are Home Site Tracts 2814 US-92 & Son Keene Rd., Plant City, FL
8307 Bob WiggsAve., Lithla, FL Just minutes from Interstate 4 via
PARCEL 1: 16 Acres Part Road and County Line Roadl
*3bed/2bath, 2-car garage pool home * 1� acre commercial development comer
* 40'x60 equipment barn & workshop * 180'� on US-92, 263'� Son Keene Rd.
* Horse stables * Zoned CG, General Commercial
PARCEL 2: 5� acre home site * Drive by at your leisure to preview
PARCEL 3:5 � acre home SO
Preniew: 1-4 PM, Sat., Feb 3 ""


Auction to be held at:
Ramada Inn
2011 Wheeler St.
Plant City FL.

Broker Participation
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40�Acre Development Site
12520 Franklin Rd., Thonotosassa, FL
* 40� acre residential development site
5,000� s.f. home and horse bam Ind.
Just minutes from -4 & North Tampa
SPreview: 1-4PM, Sat, Feb. 3


1.6� Acre Commercial Tract-Excellent Visibility 1.93t Acre Tract - Mulberry
3308 US-92 (between Thrasher Rd. & SR-60 and Pine Grove Rd., Mulberry. FL
Charlie Taylor Rd.), Planty City, FL * 1 93� acre development tract
- 1.5 acre commercial ract * At SEC of SR-60 &Pine Grove Rd.
* 106' directly on US-92 * Just 2 miles east of County Line Rd.
* Currently in use for auto sales & truck storage * 548'� on SR-60, 315'� on Pine Grove Rd.
* Leased and income producing * Drive by at your leisure to preview
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4/3 Country Home on 41�Acres and Barn
2107 Trapnell Road, Plant city, FL
- 4/3 block home (3,410�s.f. under roo)
* Detached garage & horse barn on 41� acres
SPool w/dlving board, slide & hot tub
LR, dining & family room w/fireplace
Kitchen with center island
Preview: 1-4PM, Sat., Feb., 3


Three 5� Acre Home Site Tracts
SR-39 South & Kyesville Rd., Keysville, FL
* Three 5t acre tracts inAlafla Ridge Estates
*Lots1. 2and 11 -Horses Welcomel
Great new residential development
* Gated ebance and deed restricted
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SPIRIT
Continued From Page 10
Southern Baptist church. Only
God can do that.
Q: How long have you been
here?
I'm in my 18th year. Pastor
Ron Churchill has been here
all that time.

Q: What kind of changes
have you seen?
A: Churches grow and
times change. In 1989, it was
only hymns, with very little
expressive response. But there-
was momentum right from
the beginning. Today, we
enjoy a celebratory worship
atmosphere.

Q: What's the purpose of
worship?
A: To lift up Christ. That's the
measure, that's the criteria. To
help people stand in awe and
wonder in the presence of
Almighty God. Worship is for
Him, it's not for us. It's about
our love and our devotion.


Q: What's your music
background?
A: I'm a guitar player rock
'n' roll guy from way back.
Growing up I played string
bass in the Panama City
Community Orchestra. I also
played with several rock
bands including our high
school stage band. We did the
rock show at half time - we
were the token long-hairs!
Q: How about today?
A: I'm outgoing president of
the Florida Men's Worship
Choir. I play bass in the
orchestra.
Q: Where were you born?
.-A" Elizabeth, New Jersey, in
1955. My parents split when I'
was 8 and we moved to
Panama City.
Q:,How about education?
A: Bay High School, 1973;
junior college in Panama City;
Mississippi College in Jackson.
Then New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary for my
master's in church music.
Q: When did you hear


God's call?
A: I became I Christian after
I hooked up with the local
Baptist church's outreach on
Panama City Beach. I always
knew God existed, but when I
was 151 I received Christ as my
personal savior. We formed a
Christian band called Regen-
eration Power Co. and I was
elected band chaplain in high
school. Then I heard a band
called Burning Bush. I remem-
ber praying, "Lord whatever it
is you want me to do I want to
be available to do it."
Q: When did you meet your
wife?
A: I knew Renee Dorman in
high school. I was the long-
haired band guy and she was
the straight-laced Anchor
Club member. Then she
heard me sing on a March of
Dimes telethon. We were
married in 1977.
Q: What makes you proud
of Renee?
A: Renee (a first-grade
teacher at Walden Lake) is the
most solid steady person I've
ever known. She doesn't


waver. She's supportive and
has a strong faith. She's put
up with a lot and she's kept a
sweet spirit. She has allowed
me to answer the call.
Q: You have children?
A: We have wonderful
children. I trust them 100
percent. I'm getting emotional
here- my son, John, is my best
friend. Then Anna Marie (Hall)
is a pharmacist.
Q: Outline your ministry
career.
A: I worked with the Centri-
fuge Summer Camps in New
Mexico, accepted a call to
Atlanta, spent a few years in
Pensacola, and then worked in
Jacksonville. The Lord was
preparing us for Plant City.
Q: A closing thought?
A: I'm a plain vanilla guy
that God has chosen to equip.
and put in the right place at
the right time. My life has just
been so blessed. I just want
more than anything to be
found faithful.
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Chamber banquet
More than 300 guests were on hand for the 25th annual Chair-
man's Banquet, sponsored by the Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce Jan. 25 in the Red Rose Ballroom at the Ramada
Plantation House. Outgoing chamber chairman Danny Coton
passed the gavel to Doug Gibbs at the event. Gibbs will serve as
chairman for 2007.
"Doug is someone who is liked by everyone. He will be a fan-
tastic chairman," said Coton, who went on to thank chamber
staff, directors and volunteers. "These are the people who really
make the chamber what it is. As for the chamber staff, I could
not have asked for a better working group."
Coton also had a special thankyou to his wife for allowing him
time to work as chairman.


KEVIN BRADY/staff photos
Above: Incoming chamber chairman Doug Gibbs, left, presents a
plaque to outgoing chairman Danny Coton. Below: Mayor John
Dicks, the banquet's master of ceremonies, administers the oath
of office to the incoming chamber board.


Above left: The Ambassador Team of the Year collect their award. Dr. Betty Tower was the Team
Leader with co-leader Bruce Rodwell. The members of the team are: Donna Ashley, Sue Burt,
David Gott, Charles Harris, Kelleigh Klein, Linda Lawson, Verna McKelvin, Rick Norman, Mary Ann
Paris and Rick Spears. Above right: Chris Prevatt, public relations manager for Bill Heard Chevro-
let, took the Unsung Hero award for leading a fundraising effort for three teens with cancer.


Above left: The Ambassador of the Year award went to Jodi Smith. Above middle: Danny Wilkes, a
longtime chamber board member who is now retired from TECO, was presented with his Chamber
trustee photo. Above right: Kerrie Gafford, store manager at Plant City's Wal-Mart Supercenter,
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Who's The Fairest Of Them All?


BRITNEY LYNN BALLET,
daughter of Philip and
Bonnie Balliet. She is a
Plant City High School
senior and plans to attain
an associate's degree from
Hillsborough Community
College, then transfer to
the University of Florida
to pursue a master's in
elementary education.
She is the vice president
of the student council,
chaplain of the National
Honor Society and
secretary of the Senior
Executive Council.


MICHELE LINDSAY
CURTS, daughter of Mark
and Barbara Curts. She is
a sophomore at HCC and
plans to transfer to the
University of Florida to
major in agriculture. She
is the community chair-
woman for the local
Muscular Dystrophy
Association fundraising,
a member of Welcome
Baptist Church and the
assistant event coordina-
tor for the Dover
Exceptional School
Christmas Program.


KAITLYN ANN
FOSTER, daughter
of Edward and
Ruth Ann Foster.
She is a senior at
Durant High
School and plans to
attend the Univer-
sity of Florida as a
premed major. She
is involved in the
Student
Government,
Metropolitan
Ministries and the
Beta Club.


KYNDLE MICHELLE
HAMPTON, daughter
of Chris and Kim
Hampton. She is a
Plant City High
School senior and
plans to major in
elementary education
at the University of
South Florida. She is
involved in the Senior
Executive Council,
Best Buddies and
FFA.





JENNIFER LEE
JOHNSON, daughter
of James and Donna
Johnson. She is a
Durant High School
senior and plans to
major in psychology
at Florida State
University. She is
vice president of
Student Government
and is on the student
advisory committee.


CHERICA
DANIELLE BROWN,
daughter of Cheryl
Love. She is a
freshman at Hills-
borough Community
College and plans to
transfer to a major
Florida university to
continue her studies
in business adminis-
tration. She is
involved in HCC's
Student Government
Association and the
African-American
Student Union.


CORTNEY LYNN
DAVIS, daughter of
Earnest Jr. and Rebecca
Davis. She is a Joe E.
Newsome High School
junior and recently
began attending
Hillsborough Commu-
nity College. She has
an interest in nursing.
She is vice president of
FFA, is involved in the
church choir and in the
school's annual talent
show.




KAILA MARIE
GOSSELIN, daughter of
Keith and Patty Gosselin.,
She is a Plant City High
School senior and plans
to attend HCC to gain an
associate's degree, then
transfer to the University
of South Florida to
pursue a career as a
pediatric occupational
therapist. She is involved
in Civinettes, Students
Against Destructive
Decisions and the Make-
A-Wish Foundation of
Tampa Bay.


AMANDA LYNN
HARRELL, daughter
of David and Bonny
Harrell. She is a
senior at Durant
High School and
plans to pursue a
bachelor's degree in
elementary
education.
She is involved in
FFA and is a member
of the National
Honor Society.





COURTNEY
LYNN KABRICH,
daughter of Harry
and Rhonda
Kabrich. She is a
Durant High
School junior and
plans to study
dentistry at the
University of
Florida. She is
involved in FFA.


MACKENZIE
PAIGE CLARK,
daughter of Robert
and Hollie Clark.
She is a University
of South Florida
sophomore and
also attends HCC.
She is majoring in
broadcasting. She
is involved in
Students for
Tomorrow
Leaders, Women's
Business and her
church.



MORGAN RENAE
FEASTER,
daughter of Mark
and Mendy Feaster.
She is a Plant City
High School junior
and plans on
becoming a hair
.technician and one
daybecoming a
platform artist. She
is a varsity cheer-
leader, FFA
member and is
Miss December for
the Plant City High
calendar.


KRISTIN DIANE
GRIFFIN, daughter of
Mike Griffin and Sheila
Nelson. She is a senior
at Durant High School
and plans to attend the
International Academy
of Design and Technol-
ogy or HCC, then
transfer to Florida State
University to major in
interior design. She is
involved in the lunior
Civitan club. MNetropoli-
tan Ministries and the
Special Olympics.



SOMMER
ELIZABETH
HINSON, daughter
of Gary and Mary
Hinson. She is a
freshman at Hills-
borough Commu-
nity College and
plans to transfer to a
university to major
in elementary
education.
She is involved in
the Junior Woman's
Club of Plant City.




VERA ANN LEWIS,
daughter of Henry
and Mary Lewis. She
is a Plant City High
School graduate and
a freshman at the
Hillsborough
Community College ^
Honors Institute.
She has aspirations
to be a pediatric
surgeon.





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STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL PAGEANT


The pageant begins at 6 p.m. Feb. 3 at Tomlin Middle School Auditorium, 501
Wilson St. Tickets go on sale at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 2 at the school.


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KATI LEE ANN
MAXWELL,
daughter of Scott
and Deborah
Maxwell. She is a
junior at Durant
High School and
plans to attend a
Florida university.
She is involved in
the Durant Senior
FFA, Student
Government arid the
Key Club.





TARA RENEE PARKER,
daughter of Johnny
and Roxie Parker. She
is a sophomore at
Hillsborough Commu-
nity College and plans
to transfer to the
University of South
Florida to pursue a
degree in mass com-
munications. She is an
ambassador for the
Cystic Fibrosis Foun-
dation and in the
college and career
group at her church.



MORGAN LINDSEY
RIOLO, daughter of
Anthony and Tammy
Riolo. She is a
freshman at Hills-
borough Community.
College and plans to
pursue a degree in
criminology and
would like to
become a field agent
for the FBI. She is
involved in recrea-
tional soccer and
volunteers at her
church.



KEELEE DANIELLE
TOMLINSON,
daughter of Teddy -
and Glenda Tomlin-
son. She is a freshman
at Hillsborough
Community College.
She plans to transfer
to the University of
South Florida to study
medicine. She is
involved in the
Student Government
Association.


AMANDA NICOLE
MOTT, daughter of Ted
and Karen Mott. She is a
Plant City High School
senior and plans to
attend the University of
South Florida to major in
communications. She is
involved in FFA, Best
Buddies and the Civi-
nettes Club.








SUMMER NICOLE
PIPPIN, daughter of
Larry and Peggy
Pippin. She is a Plant
City High School
senior and plans to
pursue a business
degree and open her
own salon. She is
involved in Skills USA,
Civinettes and Best
Buddies.







KRISTEN ELISE
SMITH, daughter of
John and June Smith.
She is a Plant City High
School senior and
plans to attend a
university to study
psychology and
biblical studies. She
has an interest in being
a missions counselor.
She is involved in the
Leo Club, Bethany
Baptist Church and is a
member of the
National Honor'
Society.


ALEXANDRA BLYTHE
WATKINS, daughter of
Michael and Heather
Watkins. She is a Plant
City High School
junior and plans to
attend Southeastern
University to pursue a
degree in fashion
design. She is involved
in the National Honor
Society, is the co-
junior vice president
of the student council
and is the historian of
Civinettes.


KRISTEN LEA
NASH, daughter of
Sean Nash and
Traci Nash-Hagen.
She is a junior at
Joe E. Newsome
High School and
plans to study
international
relations at New
York University.
She is involved in
the Interact service
club, the Spanish
Honor Society and
Rho Kappa Honor
Society.


MEGAN DANIELLE
PREVATT, daughter
of Chris and Kim
Prevatt. She is a
Durant High School
junior and plans to
attend the Univer-
sity of Central
Florida and major
in business, with an
interest in commu-
nications. She is
involved in track,
SADD Club and is a
member of the
yearbook staff.



LAUREN
DANIELLE SMITH,
daughter of John
and June Smith. She
is a senior at Plant
City High School
and plans to attend
the Baptist College
of Florida to major
in missions. She is
involved in Youth
Alive, the National
Honor Society and
the National
Technical Honors
Society.



SAMANTHA LEA
WILLIAMSON,
daughter of Marcus
and Michelle
Williamson. She is a
freshman at
Hillsborough
Community College
and will transfer to
the University of
Florida to major in
agriculture. She is
involved in Young
Farmer & Rancher
and teaches
children at her
church.


Goodbye girls
The 2006 Florida .Strawberry Festival
queen and her court are soon
stepping down to allow new repre-
sentatives of the festival to take
their place in the spotlight. Queen
Hannah Hodge, a Durant High School
graduate, is now a freshman at
Hillsborough Community College.
Julie Boback, left, is also a freshman
at HCC and the other court members
are all former Plant City High
students. First Maid Ilene Chavez is
completing her two years at HCC
and will attend the University of
South Florida this year. Kayla
Gaschler is a freshman at USF, and
Megan Shelley, right, is in her
freshman year at HCC.





16 * THE COURIER * FEBRUARY 1, 2007

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LINDA CHION KENNEY/Staff photo
At last year's Center Place Patron Party, Bobby and Ryan Odiorne, left and right, meet at the


1 Center Place Patron Party with Patricia B. Odiorne Scholarship winners, from left, Brittany Fisher
of the Academy of the Holy Names, Sean Curran of Bloomingdale High School and Kerissa Gentile
I of Durant High School.


College-Bound Seniors Sought


For Odiorne Scholarship


FOCUS ON THE ARTS,
COMMUNITY SERVICE
By LINDA CHION KENNEY
lchion@mediageneral.com
Claudia Yake said she thinks
about Pat Odiorne "almost
every day," especially now, as
the deadline approaches for a
college scholarship awarded
in her memory.
"Pat was such a devoted
friend and influenced so much
of how I want to conduct my


life and what goes on at Center
Place," said Yake, the outgoing
executive director of the
Center Place Fine Arts and
Civic Association. Center
Place shares space with the
Brandon Regional Library in
the Sandy Rodriguez Center at
619 Vonderburg Drive. "She
was such a listener and some-
one who always made anyone
she talked to feel so special."
In May, a graduating high
school senior from eastern
Hillsborough County will be


made to feel extra special in
Odiorne's memory as well.
That's when a scholarship
in Odiorne's name will be
awarded to a college-bound
senior based on the recipient's
active involvement in the arts
and/or community service.
Scholarship applications
are due Feb. 9 by 5 p.m., in
the main office at Center
Place. Mailed applications
should be postmarked no
later than Feb. 7.
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The scholarship was estab-
lished in the year after Odior-
ne's death, in part with money
from her family as well as
donations made to Center
Place in her memory.
"Pat was very involved in
the arts and with the estab-
lishment of Center Place in its
early years," Yake said. "One
time she even used her gro-
cery money to make sure
Center Place's electric bill was
paid."
Since 2001, there have been
eight Odiorne scholarship
winners representing six high
schools: Blake, Bloomingdale,
Durant, Plant City, Tampa Bay


Tech and the Academy of the
Holy Names. Last year was the
first time more than one recip-
ient was named.
"The kids that apply for the
scholarship are the most
pleasant kids you'll ever see,"
said Pat Odiorne's son Bobby
Odiorne at last year's Center
Place Patron Party, where the
2006 scholarship winners were
announced. "My mom would
have loved the ones who were
chosen. The kids who were
selected, they were her type of
kids. One of the most impor-
tant considerations is a love of
the arts."
Bobby Odiorne attended


the patron party with his
brothers Ryan and Tommy;
not in attendance were their
brother and sister, Steven and
Tricia.
The scholarship each year is
for $1,000 and last year's
search attracted 41 applicants.
Last year's recipients were
Sean Curran of Bloomingdale,
Kerissa Gentile of Durant and
Brittany Fisher of Brandon,
who attended the Academy of
Holy Names.
Applicants must have at
least a 2.5 grade point average
and community service hours
must be noted on their official
high school transcripts.


In addition to a sealed tran-
script, the applicant is
required to submit:
* a copy of his or her latest
report card.
* a recommendation from a
school official and from a non-
relative, community member.
* a personal statement, 500
words or less. The statement
should include goals the
applicant plans to pursue; the
importance of receiving the
scholarship; future artistic
and/or community service
goals; and "any extenuating
circumstances that might
enhance" an applicant's con-
sideration.


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FEBRUARY 1, 2007 * THE COURIER * 17

Finalists will be notified by
mail and required to appear
before the scholarship com-
mittee in March for an inter-
view. The scholarship will be
awarded at the May 19 patron
party at the Tampa Conven-
tion Center.
Past recipients of the Patricia
B. Odiome Scholarship, start-
ing in 2001, its inaugural year,
include: Metta Smeed, Amanda
Cooley, Sara Hall, Kadeen
Francis and Sarah Miller, rep-
resenting Blake, Bloomingdale,
Plant City, Tampa Bay Tech
and Bloomingdale high
schools, respectively.
For information, call Center
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DEATHS

Bush
Wilbur C. Bush, 82, of Plant
City died Jan. 11.
He was born in Mt. Sterling,
Ohio, and moved to the
Mango area in 1957 before
coming to Plant City in 1979.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran
of World War II and worked
for Royster Mine for many
years as a maintenance
worker.
He was a Baptist.
He is survived by his wife,
Mabel; a son, Andy C. of
Mango; three daughters, Car-
oline B. Anthony of Tampa,
Christina B. Knight of Lake-
land and Elaine of Plant City; a
brother, Sterlie of Mt. Sterling;
two sisters, Mary Jane Brodie
and Margaret Smith, both of
Ohio; eight grandchildren;
and seven great-grandchil-
dren.
Central Florida Casket Store
& Funeral Chapel, Lakeland.

Courson
Gregory N. Courson Sr., 48,
of Tampa died Jan. 15.
He was born in Chicago and
was a longtime resident of
Tampa.
He was a food service
manager.
He was an authority on
Indian artifacts and donated a
collection to the University of
Florida. He was the holder of
three certified Florida Pioneer
Certificates and was a sev-
enth-generation Floridian.
He is survived by a son, Gre-
gory N. Jr. of Tampa; his par-
ents, Jon Jr. and Peggy of Plant
City; a brother, John L. III of
Lutz; two sisters, Lyris
Newman of Tampa and Elaine
Wiseman of Napierville, Ill.
Hopewell-Funeral Home.

Stevens
Franklyn E. Stevens Jr., 79,
of Plant City died Jan. 17.
He was born in New Haven,
Conn., and was a U.S. Navy
veteran of World War II.
He was a pyrotechnics
research technician.
He is survived by his wife,
Olive T.; four daughters, Deb-
orah Conley of Fort Pierce,


Carol Barnes of Atlanta, Vale-
rie Knapp of Worthington,
Ohio, and Elizabeth Chewing
of Charleston, W. Va.; and
nine grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Renfroe
Ruby P. Renfroe, 84, of
Dover died Jan. 17.
She is survived by a son,
Hugh T. Williams of Thonoto-
sassa; a daughter, Linda
Walden of Plant City; a
brother, Paul of Jacksonville; a
sister, Lucy M. Chadbaratz of
Dover; four grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Brannen
James H. Brannen, 72, of
Lakeland died Jan. 18.
He worked at the former
Hookers department store in
Plant City for seven years. He
also worked at Earl and Terri's
clothing store in Plant City for
five years.
He was a member of First
United Methodist Church of
Franklin, N.C.
He is survived by his wife,
Barbara; a son, Kenneth; three
daughters, Diane Moats and
Susan Holts, both of Lakeland,
and Sandra Horne of Bartow;
two brothers, Bill of Franklin
and Jerre of Gainesville; and
10 grandchildren.
Whidden-McLean Funeral
Home, Bartow.

Toledo
Antonio Toledo, 63, of
Dover died Jan. 18.
He was born in Canovanas,
Puerto Rico, and was a long-
time resident of Dover.
He was a handyman for Lar-
icys Farms in Dover.
He is survived by his wife,
Luz M.; two daughters,
Carmen M. Dombroski of
Cape Coral and Lisa Trejo of
Mulberry; three brothers,
Ramon of Vega Baja, Puerto
Rico, Juan of Clinton, Mass.,
and Daniel of Worchester,
Mass.; two sisters, Elizabeth
Saldierna of Mulberry and
Maria of Canovanas, Puerto
Rico; and five grandchildren.
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Durant Cougars Soccer To Return To Playoffs


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By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The Durant Cougars have-
n't been in the boys soccer
playoffs since 2003, so making
it back is certainly a positive
thing for the team.
But forgive the Cougars for
not doing somersaults in
practice this week, because
Durant will open the Class 6A
regional round with a trip to
Countryside - a team ranked
No. 1 nationally by some pub-
lications.
Kickoff is 7 p.m. tonight at
Countryside.
Durant lost the District 6A-8
title game at home Jan. 26, 2-1
to Sarasota in penalty kicks.
Had the Cougars won, they
would have been able to host
Alonso for their playoff
opener.
"We kind of knew going in
that Countryside would be
winning its game with,
Alonso," said Durant head
coach Jamin Hollingsworth.
"So we wanted to avoid losing
our game. But, we'll go over
there and see what we've
got."
Last year Countryside
emerged from the shadow of
Gaither, which spent much of
the season near the top of the
national rankings. The Coun-
tryside Cougars (also Coun-
tryside's mascot) knocked off
Gaither twice, including in the
regional final, then won the


state championship and
hasn't been beaten since.
Actually Countryside was
given a strong test by Alonso
last week in the 6A-7 final, a
1-0 outcome.
Over at Durant, the local
Cougars got a goal from Casey
Lehman and converted three
times in the penalty kick
shootout against Sarasota, but
the Sailors scored four times.
Durant goalie Chris Parsley
helped get his team into the
playoffs with a very strong
performance in the district
semifinals on Jan. 24.
In brutal weather condi-
tions - windy, rainy and cold -
- Parsley did not let anything
slip through his fingers.
"He had a great game," said
Hollingsworth.
On the other hand, Durant
got the game's first goal when
Sarasota-Riverview's goalie
completely dropped an easy-
looking save. Freeman Bass
collected the ricochet and
scored to make it 1-0, and
Cecil Clarke and David Gon-
zalez added second-half goals
for a 3-0 victory.
Unfortunately Lehman will
miss the playoffs after injuring
his knee against Sarasota. Also
hurt in the game was Mark
Mangen, who caught an inad-
vertent elbow from a Sarasota
player and suffered a concus-
sion. Mangen may be able to
play tonight.
Hollingsworth said his team
will come out in its normal 4-
4-2 alignment but acknow-
ledged that if Countryside
comes out with too much


Photo courtesy of Donna Costa
The so-called "Bucket Line" has been a key factor of support for Durant's boys soccer team,
especially during away games.


power, a change may be
made.
"We may have to play a 4-5-
1, just put one guy forward
and try and clog up the mid-
field," he said. "We'll see how
the game starts."
Regardless of how the game
starts, one thing Hollings-
worth knows is that Durant is
going to have a strong, vocal
and otherwise loud following
on hand at Countryside. A
group of students form the
"Bucket Line" for each Durant
game - using old buckets as


drums, banging them in
unison to help inspire the
team.
Even in the rugged condi-
tions of the district semifinal
game, with the rain pelting
down, the bucket-belting fans
appeared.
For some games when the
National Anthem was not pro-
vided, the bucket line partici-
pants would sing it in a very
respectful fashion.
Evan Magdovitz started the
group. The main bucket bang-
ers include P.J. Rosales, Chris


Webb and Marcos Mendoza.
"We really appreciate it,"
Hollingsworth said. "Those
guys are friends of some of our
seniors and they come to all
the away games. I know they'll
be there Thursday."
Hollingsworth added that
most of the Cougar wrestling
team will lend its support by
heading to the game.
If Durant (11-4-3) upsets
Countryside (26-0-1) it will
likely be headed to Orlando to
play Olympia High in the
regional semifinals.


Raiders, Cougars To Lock Horns


At District Tournament


PLANT CITY LOST
THRILLER TO LAKELAND
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Considering they did not
win a game, it was a pretty
good week for the Plant City
Raiders. The boys basketball
team gave undefeated and
fourth-ranked Lakeland a
battle to remember Jan. 26,
narrowly losing 62-61.
Lakeland, which barely
stayed undefeated at 23-0,
looked like it might blow the
Raiders out early. It started 6-0
and later Lakeland led by as
many as seven points. But
Raider guard Roderick Hen-
derson went on a hot streak
and the Raiders' press dis-
rupted Lakeland. By halftime,
Plant City held a six-point
advantage.
The margin stayed that way
going into the fourth quarter
when Channing Woodall
drained a three the Raiders
went up 51-42.
However, paced by its press
and the ability to pound the
offensive boards, Lakeland
went on a 10-0 run to take the
lead.
It was tied at 58 with 1:20
left when Lakeland missed
two free throws, but again got
the offensive rebound. Julius


Williams' rebound -- he
scored 16 points in the second
half, mostly on rebounds --
gave Lakeland the lead for
good.
Still the Raiders had a
chance to win at the end
thanks to a Henderson 3-
pointer. And before that, Steve
Hardnett's short bank shot
rattled off both sides of the
rim and out with 12 seconds
remaining. Then, at the
buzzer, Henderson's 15-foot
jumper went long.
Steve Hardnett had a big
first half with 10 points and
finished with a team-high 19
points, while Henderson
scored 17 and Jeff Knight
added 12. The Raiders fell to
14-7 with the loss and finish
up the regular season Friday
against Robinson.
And as much as the Raiders
wanted to win before a huge
crowd at the Plant City gym,
and in front of a TV audience,
things worked out pretty well
-- thanks to Plant City's main
rival.
Courtesy of Durant, the
Raiders knew they could
afford a loss to Lakeland and
not fall into the undesirable
fourth seed for next week's
District 6A-8 tournament.
That's because Durant upset
Sarasota-Riverview on Jan. 25,
landing the Rams in the fourth
seed.


The significance is huge:
the fourth seed means that in
order to qualify for the state
playoffs, Sarasota-Riverview
would have to knock off Lake-
land.
Plant City is the three seed.
And on Jan. 6, Plant City will
play Durant at the district
tourney.
The Raiders host the 6 p.m.
tip off. The other first-round
match ups Tuesday are
second-seeded Sarasota
against Riverview and Sara-
sota-Riverview taking on East
Bay.
At the moment, neither
Plant City nor Durant would
have to meet Lakeland until
the district final. That's impor-
tant, since both district final-
ists are assured of a playoff
spot.
"I hope our players aren't
thinking about getting another
shot at Lakeland. We can't
even think about that, or we'll
be going home early," warned
Raider head coach Gary
Meyer.
Though his team clearly
showed it has the capability to
beat the Dreadnaughts, the
Raiders will have to win their
first two games at the district
tournament before getting a
rematch.
Two factors indicate Plant

See COUGARS, Page 21


The Agony and


the Ecstacy


2007 DAVE BUYENS/AII rights reserved
High school wrestlers from across the county converged
on Bloomingdale High School Jan. 26 and 27 to compete
in the Hillsborough County Championships. As has been
the case for years, Brandon took the championship with
315 points, followed by Durant at second, 207.5, and
Bloomingdale, 171. Above, Erik Ruiz, Durant, was behind
during most of the match, but finished it by pinning Kyle
Keller - Brandon, sitting - in the 119 pound final. Ruiz ran
to and jumped into the arms of his exuberant head coach,
former Brandon wrestling state champ, Dennis Kitko.





,,yBRUARY. L.2007. k'fHE COURIER 21


SHARP CUTS


Amidst The Cold, There Are Some Signs Of Spring

Hopefully there is a lot The fact that the gym note - but wants more of it - they could make a deep run.
more activity still ahead for and we're not talking about In Plant City's Region, 6A-2,
our winter sports teams, but if was nearly packed next year. there are no top-10 teams other
you pass by the athletic facili- . a "I told the players after the than Lakeland, which could
ties at Plant City or Durant ith fans... standing game to remember that feel- mean good things to come.


you also will notice that the
spring squads are already
practicing.
Ah, yes ... the sights of
spring. What fun it must have
been on Monday and Tues-
day to grab that aluminum
bat. That hard, cold, stinging
sensation that comes with hit-
ting a ball whenever it's chilly
must have been very
enjoyable.
Once the temperature (pre-
sumably) rises above the mid-
30s it will be time for the
spring teams to start the sea-
sons.
In fact, softball and tennis
get under way next week.

My Wishes Coming True
Being at that game Friday
night between Plant City and


in unison for the final
tense minutes brought
back memories of the
Russell Evans days.
Lakeland made me wish that
there were still much more
basketball to be played. And,
believe it or not, I could get
my wish.
The Raiders gave No. 4
Lakeland a run for their
money, assuming you can call
leading by nine points in the
fourth quarter being right
there!
Just as big as the possible
return of the Raiders to the
postseason is the return of the
excitement surrounding the
team.


DAREK
SHARP


Though the game ended
sadly Friday, it didn't matter.
The fact that the gym was
nearly packed with fans
screaming at the top of their
lungs and standing in unison
for the final tense minutes
brought back memories of the
Russell Evans days.
It was by far the most excit-
ing high school hoops game
I've been to in several years.
Raider coach Gary Meyer took


ing," Meyer said. "Hopefully
we can get that feeling more
often. It was a very nice crowd,
great to see the community
come out for that."
Without saying it (believe
me Meyer is not going to take
anything. for granted), he
clearly thinks his Raiders have
the talent to be at home for a
playoff game. There is a lot of
work to be done next week,
specifically getting three wins
at the district tournament
starting with a tough match
up with Durant, but after wit-
nessing the Lakeland game
you can't help but think it
could happen.
And this is something
Meyer would really never say:
again, if the Raiders don't get
caught looking past anyone,


How Fine He Is
With all this talk about the
winter and spring sports, one
very cool remnant of the fall
season was announced earlier
this month and I've failed to
mention it.
Durant junior linebacker
Eric Councill was named to
the Third Team for Class 6A
All-State football.
Most of the players had to
be on playoff teams to get
anything but Honorable
Mention, so for Councill to
make the Third Team speaks
to how fine a season he had.
Lakeland had a rather
impressive seven players
make First Team in 5A, and
fellow state champ Plant had
five make the 4A First Team.


COUGARS
Continued From Page 20
City will not be looking ahead: First,
the Raiders have not been to the play-
offs in more than a decade; Second,
Durant is playing its best ball of the
season.
Last week, the Cougars beat Bloo-
mingdale and'Riverview, sandwiched
by the significant 49-46 win over Sara-
sota-Riverview.
When the Cougars and Raiders last


met, Durant held a five-point lead
with 2:30 remaining, but lost 67-64.
"The kids are playing better and
better with each game," said Cougar
head coach Jeff Shotwell. "That is to
be expected with the youngsters that
we have. I think we have gained on
everyone as the year has progressed."
Sophomore A.J. Garden, the Cou-
gars' leading scorer at 16.5 points per
game, had 16 against Sarasota-River-
view.
Royce Rose, the team's elder states-


man as a junior, had a big night with
14 points, eight rebounds and six
blocks.
Earlier in the week the Cougars
started to gain confidence by beating
Bloomingdale, which brought a 12-5
record into the game, but lost 52-44.
Garden scored 13 while Rose and
John Mitchell added 10 apiece.
In Friday's 56-31 defeat of River-
view, Jordan Mitchell led the way with
17 points.
"Garden, the Mitchell brothers,


Rose ... Durant is playing some good
ball right now," Meyer said. "We're
very pleased with how we played
against Lakeland, but we don't want
to be satisfied. If you play so well, you
might as well as well win the doggone
thing."
Lakeland, which went 12-0 in dis-
trict games, gets a bye at the district
tournament and plays the Sarasota-
Riverview-East Bay winner Jan. 8.
The Plant City-Durant winner will
advance to the other semifinal.


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works
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'28 Old word
meaning
"counsel"
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Granger-Jean
Simmons drama
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Dumas
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hindrance
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party?
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violinmaker
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lab
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diamond?


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Clearwater Revival
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singer Donovan's
actress daughter
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monogram 5
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77 QB Flutie 6
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from U.N.C.L.E. pal, 8
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nickname
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maybe
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49 1944 event
50 Party cheese 1
51 In the style of 5- 57
52 Race starter's aid
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59 Rodent-spotter's 70
cry
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Hawaii
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77 Wonka's creator 95 The Trial author
78 Mishmash 96 Campus E of
81 Fab Four member Hartford
82 See 17 Down 97 Search (out)
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going (elated)
86 "... boy__ 99 Impressive dress
girl?" 101 Dreamy happiness
87 Robot play 105 Invoice verb
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book abbr.
(or a Cockney's 107 Over-50 org.
trumpet) 108 Pass
90 Slightly 109 Safari sights


111 Checking, - GIVE THE GIFT OF PUZZLEMENT!
for ex. To order Merl's Sunday crossword collec-
112 Nick's wife tions (40 puzzles each) or his Sudoku book
116 Before, once (90 large-print easy-medium-hard puzzles),
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film "Puzzle Works") to: Crosswords, Box 15066,
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Laundry: On a phone, crossword volumes (1 thru 12, excluding 7).
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appear on the 8, not
the 9, as I had it in a
recent puzzle. Thanks
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me on it. -MR.


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dress, Florida Family Law Hillsborough Couny hblaein Plant City. Own _ _ _ _
Form 12.915) Future pa- manatee protection your own business, just Central Tama
ers in this lawsuit will areas: Alaia River MPA, $80000 upfront .CIpta
BULL.DOZRS be mailed to the address Bullfro Creek MPA Big' wir our Build-To-Suit SEMINOLE HTS NORTH.
on record at the clerk's Bend PPA, Harbor Bay program. 770-367-9623 reduced! 3/2 Blk 1344sf
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k "certain automatic disclo- with the procedure set
GRADERS sure of documents and forth in Hllisborough.
SCRAPERS information. Failure to County Manatee Protec-
comply can result in tion Ordinance No. 01-32.
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8Deputy Clerk tion, at 813-964-2929, or
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26 * THE COURIER + FEBRUARY 1, 2007
( South Tampa Villas )

SOUTH TAMPA 3/2 car- PLANT City Walden Lake
port, 1475sf, all new, kit Villa, 2BR/2BA/2CG,
cab, 4 ss apps, granite large living room,
ct, tile carpet, CHA, fnc sunroom, 1906 sf living
bkyd. $198,830. 813-831- area. $249K. For more
5649/813-454-8559 info call 813-752-2693
northwest ) Condominiums )
ODESSA Arbor Lakes - CARROLLWOOD-
4br 3ba 2cg on conser- Unbelievable Value!
vation lot screened so- Spacious condos from
lar pool, lots of extras. the low $100's. Private
A plus schools. $320K boat ramp. Lakeside
owner. 813-924-7444. still available. Call
Michael 866-387-9818
ODESSA Best Bass lake
in area! 5bd/3ba + Me- NEW TAMPA, Temple
dia rm. 3600sf. Fishing Terrace, Orlando, great
dock. Granite gourmet investment oppty! 1 2
kitchen. Web tour: & 3br condos,$30K-4OK
www.bereadrive.com cash back. 407-256-3435
$649k 813-493-5469 Urban Edge Realty

North East & (JTownhomes For Sale
New Tampa NORTH TAMPA: Settlers
Pointe, Rare 1-story end
BUSCH Area- 1 Duplex unit townhm 2br2ba
2br/lba & 4br/2ba Apt. 1185sf, beautiful pond
House. for Sale $149,900 view, call for appt.
each. All rented, 8402 $178,900. 813-928-7478
and 8404 Mulberry Ave.
Call 813-340-6576 ( TimeShare
( East Hillsborough ) TIMESHARE RESALES
Sell today for Cash! No
BRANDON Pool Home, commissions or broker
3br 2ba lcg, scrn patio, fees.
new roof, Many up- Don't delay Go to
grades. Quiet street A+ www.sellatimeshare.co
schls. Assist w/closing. m or Call 1-800-640-
$187,900 813-833-2649 6886.
PLANT City Area , Must Acreage )
See!! Good location.
Beautiful, paradise, Im- FL LAND BARGAIN! 67
maculate2/1, carport, Acres Only $670,000
utility shed, laundry Beautiful oaks, great
room, completely refur- pastures, secluded set-
bished. All new applian- ting. Perfect for Hors-
ces, Furnished as a mod- ' es!Close to state park
el home. Large colonial &easy access part.
porch, e landocaped Mary's River. 30 mins
screened room. Cal JacksoRnville, FL. Call
Carl 813-841-4639 or Nownl F a
813-413-8488 ext 233. 1-800-898-4409 x1107.
RIVER HAVEN absolute GA/FL Border. Grand
deal, 3Br, 2.5ba ranch, Opening Sale! 20 AC
open fir plan, dock/lift $&9,900 Pay No Closing
ool, scr. Lanai 2400 s. Costs 20 wooded acres
$679,000. 773-416-2900 in GA. Coastal region.
Loaded w/wildlife.
RIVERVIe ac encd Long rd frontages utils,
RIVERVIEW 1 ac fenced new survey. Subdivi-
lot w/trees, 1800 s ft 3 sionpotenial. Excel-
Br, 2 ba ranch. 20x20 Fl lentinancing. Call
rm formal LR all new Now 1-800-898-4409
high-end cpt, remod- x1116
eled & painted in 2006,
cent air/heat. 813-964- HERNANDO CO. 2 Sub-
8844.www.riverviewho divisions. 200 ac/145 lots
meforsale.com @6.45M w/owner Fi-
-nance. 10 ac/6 lots @
TAMPA-PALM, BAY 525k Owner Broker 305-
OWNER MOTIVATED! 3 710-4872 4% Brkr co-op
br/3ba/3c, pool & spa, T --H K5
gated wtaferfrt. comm., UTHIA/FISHHAWK- 5.17
$545k Seller will assist acres reduced price,
with clsingcost. Marie MUST SELL!! for saleby
Powell & Co. 727-363- owner, all buildable
6622 sheilashuman looking for quick sale
@tampabay.rr.com $285,000 813-625-5580
TEMPLE Terrace $35K FL LAND BARGAIN! 67
PRICE REDUCTION! 4br ACRES Only $10,000/AC
/3ba/2cg 2100+sf TH, Beautiful oaks, great
upgrades galore, on riv- i pastures, secluded set-
erNew. Never ved in. ing. Trophy hunting!
$275,900 727-409-4553 Close to state park &
Seas access St. Mary's
('r % T River. 30 mins Jackson-
S Sun City ) ville, FL. Call Now 800-
SUN-CITY-CENTER 898-4409 x 1106.
2br, 2ba, garage, mom rn Hnando _
in nursing home. Re- It Hernando
duced from $157K to
139.9K 414-305-3654 SPRING.HILL 2 brand new
cell) 813-645-6258 Homes both on 1/2ac &
5 min to Parkway; FSBO
^(* Centralasco 4br 2.Sba2cg $220k;
4br 2ba 2c 210k;727-
415-0174 Web #1998796
Immaculate House 7/5,
at $1.2 million. Beautiful B"y.
9000sf mansion. Balco- ""_ _ _
faces 500 acre lake,
90sf tile front porch. Other Counties )
Many upgrades.Callfor -
appt. 813-629-8392 5BDR 5ba HUD HOME
$95/mo! 3bdr 2ba Fore-
SHADY HILLS, 3br/3ba; closure! $99/mo! Stop
3374SF, 2 story walkout, Renting! 4% dw, 30 yrs
new 11/03, 1A w/ trees. @ 8% apr For Listings
Super buy at$409,000. 800-749-8168 xR931


Go to: www.leydnill.com
By owner: 727-798-6636
Waterfront )
KEYSTONE Opportunity-
$600mo 1st yr or own/
fin or trade. Custom
2005,3/2 1/2 den, pool
fncdpond, chrrywd,.
granite, 3 car gar, no
restrict, 1/2 ac. $600,000
(813) 610-4861 $
LAKE HARTWELL
SOUTH CAROLINA
4br 3ba on 1 full acre,
100ft of waterfront w/
boat lift, $385K
864-353-4696
RUSKIN New 3/3/3/den &
bonus room 2518 sf
heated, gated communi-
ty, below developers
asking price. $359K 813-
641-3230
Tampa WOW NEW 4/3/2
Deep canal new dock,
lift, seawall - storm
shutters - lots more.
Pick granite. Owner
$658k. 813-924-7444.
Westshore 260' of Open
bay, tri-level, 5 br 7 ba
guest house, pool, boa
lift. Was $3M Reduced
to $2.29M for quick sale
by owner. 813-495-0077
((Vacation Properties J
ORLANDO VACATION
HOUSE 4/2 w/2 Car Ga-
rage In New Gated Com-
munity. Screened Heat-
ed Pool, Washer/Dryer,
On Lake w/Dock &
Close to Disney, $155/
night 1-954-964-0915
www.pvphouse.com
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SOUTH Central Florida.
Owner Says Sell! 5
Acres -$99,000 50% Be-
low Recent Certified Ap-
praisal. Unbelievable
opportunity to own 5
acres of meadows &
woods in excellent loca-
tion. 50% Off recent ap-
praisal!
great financing Call
now 1-866-352-2249 x
1098.

88 Pristine Acres in scen-
ic NW Florida Panhan-
dle. Lot contains Pas-
ture, Pond Oak Trees
and some fencing with
1/2 mile of Hwy Front-
age. Priced to sell
$498,000 Call 850-373-
7974
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tures:
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BRING YOUR BINOCU-
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GEORGIA - Commercial
Building on 1 acre. 7600
s.ft. on bypass in..
warrenton. $239,000 in-
cludes grocery store
equipment. Tenant oc-
cupies lOOOsqft
$5,000/yr. 706-364-4200
GEORGIA- Home for
sale 3BR, 1-1/2 bath
brick country home on
67 acres, mostly pas-
ture. Completely
fenced. Barn $346,000
Town & Country Real Es-
tate 478-552-5681
www.tandcrealestate.c
om
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Central 1 to 10 acre
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Deed-restricted com-
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acre land/home pack-
ages, plSs all improve-
ments. Starting at
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2ba homes. T&I appx.
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ows * (229) 985-1145 *
GEORGIA -Several 50 75,
10Oac tracts. Ware Co.
near Waycross.
Timberland, good road
system. p Tracts
$2,5s0/ac cash. Bank Fi-
nancing. No tracts un-
der 50ac. 912-427-7062,
912-269-9349
JOHNSON City, TN (NE)-
Brick ranch, 3br/2cg,
1700 sf. 2 FP, hdwd. firs.
repl. windows $134,900
Call 423-283-9972 or on-
line at: tnmountains.net
KENTUCKY 56 acres -
Beautiful Riverfront
Great Views $115,900.
880 acres - Timber,
creek, trails incredible
hunting. $1695/acre.
1-270-791-2538
www.ActionOutfitter.co
m
KENTUCKY - West Ken-
tucky 300 acres availa-
ble. World Class Deer
Hunting. Also 2,000
acres available, rolling
hills. Call for more info
270-556-3576
LAKE HARTWELL
SOUTH CAROLINA
4br 3ba on 1 full acre,
100ft of waterfront w/
boat lift, $385K
864-353-4696
MID Ohio Acreage 5+
Acres Excellent Building
site on gently rolling
property with Gorgeous
view. $19,900 Owner Fi-
nancing 740-489-9146
N.C./GEORGIA MOUN-
TAINS - World's great-
est views! Homesites
starting $39,900. Land/
Log home package kits
$99,900. Waterfalls,
creeks, rivers, lakes.
Pre-construction dis-
counts. Limited availa-
bility. 1-888-389-3504
x600 __
NC LAND: 30acs, possi-
ble pondsite: $189K.
9acs woods:- $49K. Al-
so 23acs VA riverfront:
$89K. Near Kerr Lake/
Raleigh. We Fly You
Here Pictures:
owner@newbranch.co
m; 919-693-8984
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NORTH CAROLINA Moun- VA RIVERFRONT 12 acres AAH! Cool Mountain I with Property BRANDON/SEFFNER-
tain log homes. Custom $59K, near Kerr Lake, Breezes! Murphy, North Kinsway Garden, new
built. Easily finished. NC. Woods, stars, wild- Carolina Affordable ZEPYRILL- Bank own, 3b2ba w en. 2084 sf.,
1,217sq.ft. on lacre site, life. Pics: 919-693-8984 Land, Homes, Mountain double wide, 4br/2ba, security $1700/mo. +
$99,000. 1625sq.ft. on owner@newbranch.com Cabins, on Lakes, Moun- Redman Home, 2356 sf. sec. Herbert Fisher Real-
2acres w/full basement, tains & Streams. FREE 1 acre, $124,000 Herbert ty Call 813-879-1933
$199,900. Proposed BROCHURE (877)837- Fisher Realty Call 813-
lake, Great views, WYOMING RANCH DIS- 2288 Exit Realty Moun- 879-1933 REAL ESTATE NEW TAMPA- Meadow pt
paved roads, utilities, PERSAL 35 acres - tain View Properties FOR RENT almost new 3/2/2 gated
excellent financing. $5990075 acres - www.exitmurphy.com Mobile Homes villa. Meant. c ree.
828-652-8700 $108,900; Snow-capped Mobile Homes / Comm'ty pool. Close to
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versatile 200 75k mi fishfinder, alnew tanks 414-0678 cond, undermanufactur- 1980 Showcar, low origi-
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new tires, A6, alterna- $k obo 513-641-7234 FORD 2002 F150 XL auto- original owner. tures, a/c, Sspd $5Kobo.
tr etc. Island Packet, 1985, matic, V8, AC, extended $18,900 813-494-8799 Will consider part trade
96_ _ _ Tinest Crusing 'bed. 84,000 + cash. 813-920-8850 -
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352-4813-684-91712,800 Jeff 610-1407 $4200.00(813)641-7573 $1500.813-995-096
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