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LITTLE MISS
PLAHTCITY
PHOTOS
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HOSPITAL
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NEWS DIGEST

"Fun with Flowers"
The Plant City Garden
Club will hold the second in
a series of "Fun with Flow-
ers" workshops from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. April 21. Floral
designer layne Smith will be
conducting the workshop.
The workshop is open to all
and will be held at the
Garden Club Building at
1112 N. Wheeler. Cost: $15,
which includes all materials
and lunch. Reservations no
later than April 16.
Information: 759-1019.

Church on the Rock
golf tournament on tap
The Edge Student Mirnis-
tries of Church on the Rock
of Plant City plans its 8th
Annual Golf Tournament
April 22 at 7:15 a.m. at
Walden Lake Golf Club.
The event, a fundraiser to
help Edge students attend a
Student Life Camp and vari-
ous mission trips, is open to
those 13 and older. An entry
fee of $55 per person
includes breakfast, 18 holes
of golf (played 4 man scram-
ble - best ball format) and
lunch. Awards will be issued
for first-, second- and third-
place teams. Mulligan and
door prize tickets will also be
awarded. Call: 752-3740.

Relay for Life
golf tournament April 7
The Friends of Jim Stevens
fourth annual golf tourna-
ment is set for 8 a.m. April 7
at Walden Lake Golf and
County Club. Cost: $75 per
player. Jim Stevens was a
popular local dentist who
died from cancer in 2001.
Proceeds from the tourna-
ment go to the American
Cancer Society's 2007 Relay
for Life. Information: 758-
9586 or 754-2043.

YMCA hosting
water safety program
The Plant City Family
YMCA will host a free water
safety program April 9-13.
This program teaches basic
water safety and swim skills
and aims to make young
people more comfortable in
the water, even if they have
little or no swim experience.
Class are: preschool 5:30
to 6 p.m.; youth 6 to 6:30
p.m.; preschool and youth 6:
30 to 7 p.m. Space is limited
and all registrations will be
accepted on a first come,
first-served basis. Register
by calling the YMICA at 757-
6677.


TampaTHbunme file photo
The opening of a pediatric center at South Florida Baptist last year was one the highlights of his
career, says outgoing chief operating officer William Ulbricht. Above, Robert Horning of Valrico
puts the finishing touches to a mural in the in the wing's playroom.


Ulbricht Heading To Larger Hospital


LED PLANT CITY

HOSPITAL FOR 10 YEARS
Staff Report
The popular leader of Plant
City's hospital for a decade is
moving up.
William Ulbricht, the chief
operating officer for South Flor-
ida Baptist Hospital, is taking
over at St. Anthony's Health
Care in St. .
Petersburg., The >:
hospital is
about twice the
size of South
Florida Baptist.
"From a -
career stand-
point, it's an
exciting oppor- WN1_
tunity, "
Ulbricht said. Ulbricht
"There are lots
of things we have done here at
South Florida thatwe can repeat
there. When I started, the con-
cern was what bills do we pay.
Now it is where do we put our
investments. What an incredible
change from a great group of
people."
The opening of emergency,
surgery and pediatric centers at
South Florida Baptist rank
among Ulbricht's highlights of
his tenure.
"I was able to work with great
people here," Ulbricht said. "But
it's very exciting to help another
organization arid stay within the
BayCare system."
South Florida Baptist is a
member of the BayCare Health
System, a group of nine non-
profit Tampa-area hospitals.
Ulbricht will be missed, said
Dub McGinnes, chairman of
South Florida Baptist's board of


trustees.
"Bill was an absolutely
exceptional leader," McGinnes-
said. "He worked well with
everyone at the hospital and was
so involved with the commu-
nity. Itwas just the perfect blend
of leadership, and the results
speak for themselves."
Those results include a recent
report from a hospital accredita-
tion agency. Last month, the
Joint Commission on Accredita-
tion of Healthcare Organizations
reported South Florida Baptist
Hospital was the onlrdy West
Central Florida hospital per-
forming above the national ave-
rage. The report covered
standards for routine safety goals
for patients with heart attacks,
heart failure and pneumonia.
"The improvement in the
hospital has been exponential
and while it has been very much
a group effort, Bill's leadership
has been the catalyst for that
change," McGinnes said.
"Bill Ulbricht has a proven
track record for being a
successful leader in BayCare,"
said Stephen R. Mason, BayCa-
re's president and CEO. "His
enthusiasm and commitment to
our mission of improving the
health of all we serve have
helped South Florida Baptist
become a well-respected
'hospital known for its quality
care. We are verv excited that he
will bring the same energy and
leadership to St Petersburg."
Ulbricht has also been a fix-
ture outside the hospital, volun-
teering with the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce,
YMCA, Lions Club and the city's
planning board. He also served
on the boards of the American
Cancer Society and United Way.
He has two children - Emilie, 9,


and Lindsey, 6- with his wife,
Ann.
"St. Anthony's is well posi-
tioned to becoming the top spe-
cialty hospital in the area,"
Ulbricht said. "I look forward to
doing everything I can to fulfill
thatvision."
Ulbricht will assume his new
positionApril 30.
BayCare has already begun a
search for Ulbricht's replace-
ment at South Florida Baptist
'We anticipate that the search
will take three to six months,"
said Ed Quioco, BayCare's com-
muinication's manager.
Judy Martin started working
for the South Florida Baptist
Foundation in October 1995, a
few months after Ulbricht
started as the hospital's CFO.
"I'm excited and proud for
Bill, but sadbecause he has done
so much for that hospital and
community. He's a visionary
who is decisive and involves
others in the process, giving
other people a greater stake in
the success of the hospital,"
Martin said. Todaythe executive
director of the hospital founda-
tion, Martin said she would like
to see someone take over who
can work with others and values
working with the community.
"Someone who can workwith
all segments of the hospital and
who will be involved in the com-
munity," she said. "That com-
munity involvement is part of
what made the, hospital so
successful under Bill."
McGinnes agreed.
"Bill exemplified what we are
looking for," he said. "We are
disappointed to see him go, but
delighted he got this job. He has
a difficult job ahead,., but I am
sure he will rise to the
occasion."


3
NEWS DIGEST

Memories of old
Plant City sought
Do you remember the old
days in Plant City? >
Perhaps you event have
some old photos of the city
from yesteryear. If so, The
United Food Bank of Plant
City and The Courier want
you. The stories and pictures
will appear in the Courier as
part of the preparation for
the food bank's next fund-
raiser, "Taste of Historic
Plant City." The fundraiser -
run in conjunction with the
Plant City Chamber's
Business Expo is May 3 at the
John IR Trinkle Center, 1206
N. Park Road.
Some of the memories or
photos may be posted at the
event.
Send your memories or
photos to: Plant City Memories,
The Courier, 101 N. Wheeler SL
Plant City, Fla 33566.
For information, call Kevin
Brady, 865-4450 or e-mail
kbrady@mediageneral.com.

Day of Prayer events
planned for Plant City
"America Unite in Prayer"
is the theme for this year's
National Day of Prayer, set
for May 3.
The day will be observed
locally starting with a prayer
breakfast from 7 to 8 a.m. at
Shiloh Baptist Church, 905
W. Terrace Drive, with Hills-
borough County Sheriff
David Gee. Tickets for the
breakfast are $5 each or $40
for a table of eight.
The City Hall hour of
prayer will take place from
noon to 1 p.m.
An evening hour of prayer
will be from 7 to 8 p.m. at
Plant City Church of God,
2103 Mud Lake Road.
Information: Norm Blan-
ton, Somebody Cares Plant
City, 309-3558.

Register for little league
football, cheerleading
Registration for Plant City
Eagles and Colts football and
cheerleading is ongoing at
the Bealsville Community
Center, 5009 Nesmith Road
and the Boys & Girls Club of
Plant City, 901 S. Waller St.
after 1 p.m., Monday through
Friday.
Cost: Flag football, $25;
tackle football, $75;
cheerleading, $75.
The program is open to
those ages 4 to 14.
Information: Terry Hall,
757-3821 or Sharon Moody,
707-8490.





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SATURDAY
'The Sacrifice'
Eastside Baptist Church, 1318 E. Calhoun
St., will present "The Sacrifice" April 7 at 6
p.m. and April 8 at 10:45 a.m.
Call: 754-2681.
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 April 7 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.

SUNDAY
Passover celebration
Beit Tehila Congregation will host a New
Covenant Passover Celebration April 8 at 4
p.m. at Ramada Inn Plantation House, 2011
N. Wheeler St. Dinner is $35 (choice of
lamb or chicken marsala), or $10 for chil-
dren (chicken/pasta).
Information: 654-2222 or
www.topraise.net.

Red Cross training
A Red Cross emergency response vehicle
will stop by Dover United Methodist
Church, 3310 Moores Lake Road, at 11 a.m.
April 8 for those interested in Red Cross
training.
Call: 659-1415.

MONDAY
Intro to the Internet
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer Hands-On Introduction to the
Internet April 9 from 1 to 2 p.m. or from 3 to
4 p.m. Learn Internet terminology and how
to use Internet browsers.
Registration required one hour before
class.
Call: 757-9215.

Revival
A tent revival is planned at 7:30 nightly
April 9-14 on Thonotasassa Road, just north
of 1-4.
Call: 754-3843.

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 Washburn, cwashburn-
@plantcitygov.com or 659-4200, Ext. 4340.

TUESDAY
Woman's Club meets
The Plant City Woman's Club will meet
April 10 at 10:30 a.m. at the Women's Club,
1110 N. Wheeler St.
Guest speaker will be Linda Lawson from
the United Food Bank.
Call: 752-9464.

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,


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Information: Joyce, 685-1211; or Chris
Washburn, cwashbum@plantcitygov.com
or 659-4200. Ext. 4340.

WEDNESDAY
Sydney Baptist mini-revival
Sydney Baptist Church, 1510 Cre Road in
Dover, plans a mini-revival with the Rev.
James Smith, former pastor of Countryside
Baptist Church April 11-15.
Services are at 7 p.m., 11 a.m. and 6:30
p.m. on Sunday.
A covered-dish luncheon follows the
morning service.
Information: 659-1559.

Mommy and Me Playtime
SMommy and Me Playtime is offered
-Wednesdays 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 Washburn, cwash-


bum@plantcitygov.com or 659-4200, Ext.
4340.

PLAN AHEAD
Church youth convention
Glory Temple First Born Church, 1301
Church St., plans a youth convention April
12-13 with services each night at 7:30.
Call: 473-3262 or 754-0883.

Women's Club hosts Higginbotham
The Plant City- Federated Republican
Women's Club will host Hillsborough
County Commissioner Al Higginbotham at
6 p.m. April 12 at the Ramada Inn.
Higginbotham will give an update on
county government issues and hold a
question and answer period.
A buffet dinner will also be available for
$15.
Reservations: 754-0424.

See CALENDAR, Page 31


* ' t'- .'''-',Around 'A'
Around


Pick of the Week


Plant City, 913 Roux
St., 8 a.m. noon, April
7. Multi-family furni-
ture, children and
miscellaneous items.
Spring head, 3005
Clay Turner Road,
April 7. Multi-family
sale, baby clothes and
miscellaneous items.
Cork, 4320 Strauss
Road, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
April 6-7. Ladies and
men's clothing, furni-
ture and
miscellaneous items.
Plant City, Wilder
Park subdivision off
Wilder Road, annual
sale. Starts at 7 a.m.,
April 7.
Plant City, 1614
Teakwood Drive, 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. April 7.
Toys, clothes, tools,
furniture, household
and miscellaneous
items.
Turkey Creek, 5540
Connell Road, start-
ing at 8 a.m. April 6-7.
Tools, fishing equip-
ment, clothes, dishes,
household and
miscellaneous items.
Plant City, Walden
Lake, 4104 Kipling
Avenue, Parkwood
subdivision, three-
family sale, 7 a.m. to 1
p.m. April 6-7. Cloth-
ing, furniture, small
household and
miscellaneous items.
Plant City, 1908 E.
Carol Drive, 8 a.m. to
4 p.m. April 6-7. Toys,
clothes, household
goods, gas grill, Coca-
Cola collectibles and
miscellaneous items.


(LUB (LIPS
Alzheimer's support group
An Alzheimer's support
group meets the second
Tuesday of each month at
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St. Call:
Linda Bryant, 754-3761.
Bereaved parents group
A bereaved parents group
meets the fourth Thursday of
each month at 7 p.m. at South
Florida Baptist Hospital's
community conference room,
301 N. Alexander St. Walk-ins
welcome.


Tampa tribune file photo

Bike Fest
The monthly Plant City Bike fest motorcycle event will take place April 7 from 5 to
9 p.m. in Historic Downtown Plant City.


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Hope-And Faith On Easter Morning

round 6:30 on Easter morning, while the darkness of night still con-
sumes the sky, car lights will start to appear on Timberlane Drive as
worshippers assemble at Walden Lake for the annual Easter Sunrise
Service. It's a tradition that traces its roots to that first Easter momrn- ff
ing when a group of hesitant and surprised women discovered the empty


tomb of the risen Christ.
It is the 22nd straight year First Evangel-
ical Presbyterian Church of Plant City will
host the community-wide Easter sunrise
service led by the Rev.- Don Mason.
To Pastor Mason, the sunrise service is
doubly special.
"What makes the sunrise service so
special is Christians coming together to
pay homage to the risen Christ in the midst
of God's creation," he said, "the birds,
radiant flowers;, a day reborn with the
brilliance of the sunrise."
It is no fluke that Easter falls at the time
of year when the season itself reflects some
of the meaning of the religious holiday.
Spring brings change and the abundance
of life is everywhere in nature; warmer
weather, longer days, a bounty of lush
vegetation and nourishing rainwater from
above. We see that which only a few weeks
before appeared to be lifeless come alive
with new force and vitality. If we look to
nature, we see the promise of God's plan
for eternal life being revealed daily before
our eyes.
For many Christians, celebrating Easter
at a sunrise service among nature and
God's creation is indeed doubly special.
Sunday is Easter, a time to celebrate the
one sacrifice that defines a faith and moves
a people. It is the time when Baptists,
Methodists, Catholics, Episcopalians,
Lutherans, and Pentecostals alike will
observe the event that is the center of their
faith.
For many Christians, it is a day to
reaffirm that faith. For some, it is a day to
rediscover it. For others, it is a day to
gather with family and friends. For every-
one, it's a sigh of relief that this troubled
world plagued by war and division has
made it around the sun and has swung on
its axis ever so slightly, bringing a season of
rebirth and renewal.
Families will gather around a festive


table for brunch, lunch or dinner for a
traditional meal that usually casts ham and
sweet potatoes in the starring role.
Children will be encouraged to play with
food. While we can pick up a dozen at the
grocery store for a dollar or so, eggs have
been a valued food at Easter. Eggs are
decorated and colored by children,
dropped from the sky and chased down on
church lawns, and gathered in Easter egg
hunts. And, as a spring triumph, they are
transformed into a long list of seasonal
dishes when combined with fresh vege-
tables in quiche, and savory pies.
Churches around Plant City will cele-
brate Easter with displays of fresh lilies,
miraculous choral presentations, special
plays and prayers. They'll share a common
message of hope and redemption that is
the foundation of their Christian faith.
That message emerges most fully from
the empty tomb. It is a message of forgiv-
eness and a message of renewal and
rebirth.
But the message is applicable for people
of every creed or even those of no creed.
Now, in the midst of Easter and with the
rejuvenation of the physical world around
us, it is fitting also that we look inward at
our own talents and how we use them.
Perhaps we can help build the hope of a
family member, or someone in our
community that a better day is on the way.
Perhaps the message of forgiveness can
resonate within us, and we can begin the
healing needed because of a squabble with
a brother or sister, a neighbor, or rededi-
cate ourselves to healing racial bias or
division within the community.
In church sanctuaries teeming with the
fragrance of lilies and sound of hymns,
Christians will declare their belief in the
resurrection of Jesus and the promise of
life beyond death.


JERRY
LOFSTROM
Columnist


If we look to nature, we see
the promise of God's plan for
eternal life being revealed
daily before our eyes. For
many Christians, celebrating
Easter at a sunrise service
among nature and God's
creation is indeed doubly
special.
But that declaration goes beyond
standing to sing "Christ the Lord Is Risen
Today."
At Easter, the act of Jesus dying so that
others can embrace the promise of eternal
life requires us to move from the peace of
the sanctuary to the challenges of our
community beyond the steeple.
This Sunday is a day that is essential to
the human spirit.
Sunday is Easter. A celebration that life's
great finality is not so final after all.

Jerry Lofstrom is a Plant City business-
man and can be reached at
jdlmncl@verizon.net

Editor's Note: For more information on the
sunrise service, contact Pastor Don Mason,
Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 1107 Charlie
Griffin Road, 759-9383.


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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Proud Of Dad
Three years ago at a classes
reunion at Orange Grove, Texas, I
was approached by a lady who, as a
young girl in the 1950s, remembered
my late father (1898-1975) as some-
one who pronounced and enunci-
ated perfectly, a person whom she
held in high esteem.
As my classmate Charlie KlIatt
said "he spoke English better than a


lot of gringos!"
During that era, many Hispanics
did not speak English or spoke it very
poorly. To be reminded of my dad's
mastery of the English language
without benefit of a formal education
caused my chest to burst with pride.
My late father had been described
as articulate.
What a compliment!
Frank Medano
Plant City


The Strawberries

Are Famous Too
After reading the letter "They May
Not Know Tampa, But..." (The
Courier, March 23) it reminded me
of when we moved to Plant City 20
years ago.
I called my parents in Illinois to.


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tell them we had bought a house 2
here after looking mostly in Tampa. I
was ready to have to tell them where
Plant City is, but my dad said, "Plant 0
City? That's produce and strawber- |
ries."-
Not only do we still love living in �
Plant City, but my parents now live
here too.
Kathy Meyer
Plant City


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Photo courtesy of Boy Scout Troop No. 5
At left, hoping to head to Tallahassee, are Alternate Skoti
McElveen, Delegate Holly Mallaliur, Delegate Brittany Powell
and Alternate Heather Jackson. Above, a gift from the American
Legion to the Boy Scouts was appreciated and well earned.


American Legion Steps Up for Teens


American Legion Post 26
Auxiliary Unit 26 in Plant City
is honoring two Plant City
High junior girls this year by
sending them to Tallahassee
in June to represent the area in
a mock government program
sponsored by the Legion.
Auxiliary president Loretta
Womble says they are hoping
to send not only the two dele-
gates, Holly Mallaliur and
Brittany Powell, but the alter-
nates as well, Skoti McElveen
and Heather Jackson. These
girls are very deserving.
If you'd like to help, call
Loretta at 754-2731.

Scouts say thanks
Also in American Legion
news is the generous gift by
Post 26 Norman McLeod to
Boy Scout Troop No. 5 of
$3,000, which covers the Troo-
p's annual budget. Legion
Commander Alvin McGrary
presented the check. The
troop sold berries for the
Legion during the Festival,
and they want everyone to
know how grateful they are to
the American Legion for this
gift.

Paging Mary Shelley
Former resident of Plant
City, Peter D'Alessio, has
asked me to let all aspiring
writers know his production
company, Chiopolis Enter-
tainment in Chicago, is look-
ing for horror scripts. If you
are interested, send
treatment/synopsis to him at
Chiopolis, 2739 W. North
Avenue, Chicago, IL 60647.


Well done Mary
Congratulations to Mary
Phillips, March Team Member
of the Month at South Florida
Baptist Hospital. Mary, a
patient care technician in the
telemetry department, has
worked at the hospital for 25
years. When not working, this
Zephyrhills resident enjoys
family cookouts and sports.
This special lady and her
husband will celebrate 39
years of marriage this year.
God bless you, Mary.

Kudos for Mayr
Mayr Lopez greets everyone
with the same friendly, sunny
smile, whether it's the public
or co-workers. His courtesy,
respect and dedication have
earned him the March
Employee of the Month for the
City Recreation & Parks
Department. He was nomi-
nated by 11 of his co-workers,
and they all say he is
dependable and willing to
pitch in and assist with any
project in the department.
Congratulations Mayr.

A long-distance birthday wish
A year ago on her birthday-
April 3 - Karen Bridgette Inlow
Hunt, daughter of Shirley Ann
Graves InloW and the late
Dexter Lee Inlow, became
engaged to James Baxter Hunt,
son of Marcelle Hunt and the
late J.W. "Bill" Hunt.
Following their marriage on
March 16, the couple took an
extended trip to Australia and
New Zealand. This year, Karen
told her family she would


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BEMTY Photo courtesy of Inlow family
BRIGGS Karen Inlow Hunt surprised
Columnist her new husband, Jim, with a
___________ trip to his birthplace, San
Antonio, Texas. At right, Mary


Phillips
Ala., -sends a very special
birthday wish to her
grandmother Pearl Messick of
Plant City. Pearl turned 102
March 23. Willard Scott of
NBC's "Today Show" wished
her a happy birthday on the
show and she received a gift
from the show and the Smuck-
ers Company, who sponsor
the segment. God bless you
Pearl and Plant City wishes
you many happy and healthy
years to come.

Wedding bells for
Peter, Rebecca
Andrew Peter Schreffier
took Rebecca Fenner as his
bride Feb. 18 at Evangelical
Presbyterian Church. Becky is
the daughter of Ric and Mar-
garet Fenner and Andrew is
the son of Deborah and Fred
Schreffier, all of Plant City.
The couple will make their
home in Plant City. Congratu-
lations-and God bless you all!


again celebrate her birthday
out of the country.
"However, this will not keep
us from celebrating her birth-
day," says her brother, Dennis.
"We want to wish her a happy
50th, and congratulate her on
her new marriage and also
welcome Jim to our family. We
love you guys."
The happy Hunt couple is
making their home in Plant
City.

Meyer needs a home
The family doesn't want
him to be history, so Meyer, a
mixed-breed, 6-month-old
who lives in the historic dis-
trict now, needs a ride to a
new home. He's up on all his
meds and shots, is crate
trained, playful and affection-
ate. If you are interested, call
Jeff Jackson at 299-7367 or
jjackson420@tampa-
bay.rr.com.

Happy birthday Pearl
Joan Persons of Andalusia,


Photo courtesy of St. Joseph's


Photo courtesy of Jeff Jackson
Meyer
Correction
Gregory Johnson's photo was
incorrectly labeled last week.
Apologies to Gregory, who was
selected to the University of Flor-
ida Hall of Fame. His parents are
Maggie and Greg Johnson.
Have a birthday or family
event you'd like to see in Betty's
column? Send items to gaby-
lee@tampabay.rr.com or mail
or hand deliver to The Courier,
c/o Betty Briggs, 101 N.Wheeler
St, Plant City, FL 33566.





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The Pregnancy Care Center of
Plant City was the beneficiary of a
community service project at First
Presbyterian Learning Center.
Students in the 2- and 3-year-old
classes participated in the
project, raising more than $400.
Youngsters also brought in
diapers, baby wipes and clothes.
"They did an awesome job," said
Karen Roomer, the school's
director. Mary Alice Handpicks,
executive director of the center,
was on hand to accept the
donation with nurse manager
Melissa Turner. "It is not only an
extraordinary gift that will help
moms and their children, but it
also teaches the value and grace
of giving'." Above, students and
staff gather for the presentation
of a check.


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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doter ter S.orRd C- ixi nig 5
r69'-20"))

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Alien Chapel: 1109 F LiaumSi. "2--39
Mountml Olive: 1113 Wi ikah-in S
Mount Olive: ;h.'rnn Rd, "g-262

APOSTOLIC
isamblea ,poolica:
1I01 H.,/s., Ral 1"-%
Apostolic Church ofjestus Chris:
1212W RIvw," 4d - 51/)

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
bunddilam Life: IiiS'nf' RW,
I rv.i, 695-42 4.
Bethany.. 94 Hfwnev Rd
I/rn 'i6.'J10 ', *'*)-MP "
Cahvary Fello_�hip:
/11(Ov oinAm t/ "52 -i.;,
Chlristian Life As>enbl):
3120)) lfdlkrRd 10~-402
Doter First: 1 i-4 0 Peftl'e A. iJ)-41i.3
Faith Temple: i-i t7 lith A1dmi.il.
Polk ( '' -2w.ai itw', '2-i�2
Faith Lighthouse: 3-P/i SR 3y A.\ '52 /5)
irvi P/a'. i in .hirlief riffirn .Rd
if "'. 01 ' ~2 3l
Fort Al.Ila: '.'r ie (., VI(n/', 1('4, 9
,& ViiI'el ld "C-ji,.;h
Ke)s'ilie: . oiW.'. ";-4M1
Mount Zion: .4 ,il Flhi'iat,'iil MR i2-11j
Pleasam Grote: Turi, (rnetf Rd "3"'t-3
\ictor) Worship Center: ( rfidlin ie Rd
7N4-14611
S)dne): ihni. Ri I lW iil [n'i
iiidt i Oultrkt Rd 59.ViL'
Turkey Creek. luk'ti (rtn,/d "5-i3 -'2

BAPIST
Ahaia iii,'rt~' h.k ,\ R I I /IA:,i.
*-,,-.3
lalia Baptist: 2-2l .atli ia'_ins t1

Andoch: HItmlorv lid -i'.s
Berea. if i9 T "3. 12/.
Bctiany: i'itk Rd V.uikpj
Belitel:v i4 g At',/l) Si " -i '- ,
Beulah:.&iI'- (,ntfird Iva kd
Iulti., "3.1122
Bible: Chirlie f'jnii 114 "2-2.f',
Burchtood Temple: [tnlcdi?'r ,. it 'Ci.

Ca har Free Will: 53.9 Tr.,ipwUd k1I
Cedar Groe: A1 Rdt , , "_ /'2I
Central at Uthia: PThnn'r.w 0 Ais'l'i,',
Church on the Romck 3w)! r 4i.,'hnt.i
52. ?'41
Community Christian:
13/1.'i NiuwIum.tie. "5-4-i83
Crossroads: .SR y1 i7cn.s,.
'"1'1211
Country ide Baptil Church:
13i122 Sidne Rd '-i


BAPTIST CONTD
Dover First A ',d.ighrr Rd 65,)-i'0j
E.sti'kle /31F (.lhupn t '-ii.268/
East fhonoiosas,.sa: ilthl'nI
i- maijhilnffin AURd 5f6--i 346
Faith Temple Primitive:
8 11 Ir ,16itllmori Si "5--b6aI
First Baptist Churrh of Midway-
,tldwran Rd "52-'.20
First Baptist Lithia: (iirv'in ul/ q1'39 "
Iu', a.P t iacr ,1 RI '" 1121
First Plant (ity: 5'iJA ,iPdmer "52--1hp
Fust Thonotosassa Missionary:
lit'lr,5, Rd 'Mr, 4-i'
Harmony Baptil (hur(h.
it0 nighth, 0;nli R'd Q.59- '15
Hopeteaer. it.-. 55.'
Hope-ell: )R.V) 73-303
knights: :iul iitt/',ni.m i iii2'l -2-i'92
Lebanon. Brnk -', ."The Ad -52 20'
Lone Oak: bi.,' ( ik Ri, 43i'2-8
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Rlion>g ' (""i.""i - ;i-4,'.
Mount Moriah freewill:
2"-i. .,'Lur 'J - '/" ". 14
Mouiint Olive: 104 If Bal f '5,-.3mi
New Hope Freewill Baptist Church:
3101 _N',li ['oi Rd. (hvr
Nei ML zlion FretAill: ju! l',iriwli Rid

Northside: i "4'.\ ,it.apia m -5v 1.2-' 0

Plain Cit Primitive: 5i ) A rt1 it
-54.1. ij
Pleasant Grove Firt hirl'i .t'1ilni ,i,

Sluloh Baptist CIhurnh:
'Ar 1 f cn. E ir ._ i " 4"
Springhead: 5 Fltmii i ,' t '$)-�4_-9
SL Luke Missionary: 1if' S ilinu'tf t.
-51 4. tYJ2
SL Mary,' Freewill: fin '-ti r _- i.iirn' V
".'L1- �.'q.
SL Mary Missionary: .1'-0 N' (tff.

SL Mary's Community Church:
'it- i bffiiii t /-i .bl/ /
Sydney: /1 /i':r, Ra ('I /i5)2
lbrkey Creek Community Baptist Church:
544 - fart*r'u C'/ Ad .'1'?'3- Il?4
Turke) Creek rmtc irqaojma R, I
"52. -8 y t
Vinory Missionary,: ,la lid
Welcome Baptist: 1.34iS likime
Chunh iS/t l81/ 3".~ _
Itestside: 25iI If GrairtklId.ulti

'^.i-) llh
lhitehurst Rd. ,w/i WHitehun/ Rd
-54-54114

PR NIAVE BAPTIST
Little Union: I5 ,io'f inn. R,1139
lit/hi 6(34-4'4
Salem Primitive:
14-ijidSaiem i-nrrh'd fed


St Clementt I-I .1 te.At.,' Vt
-52-2 iJ

CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd Vv IltikkrRd a 52.2-'/
Cork: (.-rtk ,cad F2i- I2/
Laura St 131i' F Littnri V -2.285.'S
Springhead: iiQJ,'.,iwd ~5-4.61.

CHRISTIAN (Disciples ot Crinsti
First.21/(Ai . ,iwf ,&,i Rd -525385

CHRISTIAN moINDEPENDENT.
Cornerstone Christian: lntiii, RdI
,\'jSRI'5 -4

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Net Grace: 12Il I Liiri vt

CHURCH OF GOD ClIveland, Tenni
Calvary Communitty 530r i nmu.h-Rial, Rd
Doter DAu.w'nur.iNf vi -V-nWt'
Plant City 2/j1i ,utaf.h R,1 -2--#i9/
lnrkel Creek: ita'ti Cnrl- Ad
Axi.k 0,. ~ - k.3/ I
rhonotoassaL
i/-'t.\ Lrilur R/;I '.99616

CHURCH OF GOD
Anderson Inaianal
kingstay First _.�"3i 'AhI'.n.n N
fqry 6 i'-.'-,5t
Plant Ciy: ', I' /tllui 'lf'
"l .t Firs A i',,l 'in 1ihba1."t V

Gospel Tabernacle: .-ifl artw v

EPISCOPAL
SL Peter's: 30 1 'i r _ *
-52.51,61
'"2 'itA.I

RILL GOSPEL
Destiny Church oa Plant City:
1112 I WNh'%r ni,
813-1-559 181

HOLINESS
Deli erance Tabernacle:
� 918 if' tAiml Si
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
-28t iRd/.

INOEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
231/ ,rvnrnw.L kRd "i. I - .j
Restoration A.sembbly:
liki *i iwm- if
Evangelists for.le.us Tabernacle:
S'5" i E ,yl ,h.e'r 6V5)01

INTERIiEOMNATIONAL
Cahvary Chapel Plant Cit.y:
131oi. \Airlh .V rujn it' .w.'2-0l510
Chruistian Growth Center:
1310.\ A Shawwn. /-9.2xA


INTERDENOM ATONAL (Conid)
Covenant Bible (hurch:
I #_ if t/nl i. -i-/+13.
Deeper Life Fellowship:
,t'n /l Rd 4 ol ,i? )') %
Revival Outreach Center
-,\ h)tr Rd (w/.i2(

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
kingdom Hall: 3202 a. Mfarianmd.4w,
52- 33-6

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of .lesus Christ fIDS:
/104i AN 1 kRd -5- 64iy,

LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 20k Ptirk Bhi1. "i2-4L622
Lord of Life El CA:
21#L.I ud 1.ke Rd1 -52 0t)4

NAZARDE
Plant City Community Church of the
Nazarene. 2#L, Itlida, iRsc "2 's52.!p

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full Gospel Fellowship:
U lfti'> .li. '
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
-311/ &,tni"iwids RJd 5i4- L,)'
Greater Lovte Christian Center:
I II"' \ (rn/.dl 3i, " , '.v-. 'tiX
Impact Family Worship Center:
ihI/ ,i/ _'ffiscr [tk'tiic'n.in

Kainos Intermuiional Church of Florida"
'2Lt Aen/ iV '14-('4-29
Grace Bible Minis-tries:
/i22I k HilUb,,nigh.tiv "i54-26-1
Unlity Christ Church:
/91/A ,itmk'n t 6l50._.62
louman's Praise and Worship Center
1- "121
I,<.!2t

ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Orthodo% Church:
.4%h) im, "-. , La- .ed. Idti'r 659.'113

PEmTECOSTAL
Greater Heights Famil) Worship Center.
331ui ileno na Rd-, 5- -'.i
Living Waaters- Foursquare Church:
(02 S iers .it 'i' 0529
New Hope Vorship Center
,E3 if .lt-.'r'.ei 5 "'/4.14

PENTECOSTAL HOULINESS
Dover: lHfra' , fis'$ /dmlirv.
C hun' Rd 59. liol
Church of the Living God:
1102n il 4'l t"54t.584fi


PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
10"( arlare GnffinRa. "Vi9.9.3


PRESBYTERIAN (Cont'd)
First Presbylerian Plant City:
-M)4 i9 Ann, i.', v N2--12/

SANCTIRED HOULINESS
Walk with God Ministr):
15liA-i'5"5 , iL tT 69l')4l3ll

SEVENTH-DA ADVEMIST
Plant City: 223 "rf, ,vurr' Dr


SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES, INC
-SAFE" ("Single Again Fellowship
& Eangelism"t
2011 Sort', t.f7, i'd -'ei4

SOUTHERN METHODIST
First /i) I' l' ,.mwtv Rd '.54-t' n(-

UNr1ED CHURCH OF CHRIST
SL Mark United Church-
2.) th/,hdu.f'ri- .I i4dp)/n..


UN11 METHODIST
(ork: i05 I Sm TiAlkVt i

Doter ru-t It, .,n;' ( Lik Id adl
Vuhl.'W~ - 'hIinh /?.I (-iYf.Hli
First Plant City: 303 \ fitt V

Grace: /i5./I 'lm -i 01 i'./3-18
Sunset Heights: li.ditrur 4-24-il
Springhead: 2305 Atirki"in RI
"-,.5"*i;
SL Luke- 00�.) ,t / i / I L-rra /
ThonoLto,.aa: s -ra hiwr ilni a.
llutl4 ,it r.. '" -1/35
Trinity Plant City:
4L, I'K [ngl l'V '/2.9M6

WORD OF FA-TH
Faith Outreach Church of
Plant City: HCC . imi ,i'~i- " input
.obn R innkl,' Buiat in
120i, ,\',rh farb Rd, 99-')





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IN THE SPIRIT


Gary Jones: New Beginnings Baptist Church


Pastor Gary Jones has graced
street comers with his personal
brand of gospel for several
years. He feels compelled to
share the good news that turned
his life around and has literally
taken that message to the
streets. A year ago, Jones
launched New Beginnings
Church in a storefront on Baker
Street. His message still has the
immediacy and urgency that
remains his calling card.
Easter Sunday worship at
New Beginnings Baptist
Church, 1504 E. Baker St., is at
11a.m. .


Q: Why
church?


one more Baptist


A: I ask myself that. But
bottom line is if everyone
decided to go to church you'd
need every one of them. We're
trying to go back to Christ. We
want a new beginning to get
people out of legalism and the
bondage of works.

Q: How important is Easter?
A: The cross paid for our
sins and the resurrection
brings new life. If we die in
Christ we become a new crea-
ture. He rose from the dead to
give us new life.

Q: How was the first year?
A: Things have gone pretty
good. We're building slowly


and surely. We need finances,
but our faithful people are
helping. We want to get the
word out.
Q: Where were you born?
A: Harrisburg, Pa., 1966. I
was kind of worried about
turning 40, but so far it's going
good.
Q: When did you move to
Plant City?
I was 16. My dad ran Lord
Label Printing. I was definitely
not living a Christian life back
then. I did all the things I
preach against now.

See SPIRIT, Page 12


NEW BEGINNINGS
CHURCH


COME JOIN US!


DEREK MAULPhoto
Gary Jones of New Beginnings Baptist Church had some trepida-
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Trinity United
Methodist Church
- 402 English St.,
Plant City
For inspiring, meaningful
and practical worship,
join us Sunday
10:30 am
Pastor's Message
S4/8/07
"The Transforming Vision
of Christ"
For Small Group
Times and Locations
Call
813-752-9316
www.WinEstablishEquip.org

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
MorningWorship - 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
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Please Call:
Bob Pemberton, 813.391.7361
or Joyce Pemberton,813.494.6278
*Special restrictions apply. Please call for details.


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

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Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday 6:30pmr
Women's Scrapbooking Club
Wednesday Worship 6:15 p.m.
Activities for Children
& Students: 6:00 p.m.
905 W. Terrace Dr. (off Paul Buchman Hwy.)
752-8345


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SPIRIT


Continued From Page 11
Q: Where have you worked?
A: I worked in printing
about 20 years, then got into
remodeling. Now I'm bi-
vocational; Gary Jones Reno-
vations and New Beginnings
Church.

Q: When did you meet God?
A: I had an experience of the
Lord when I was 6, but it was
immediately shut down by
people around me. I believed.
Even when I got in the world I
knew God had his hand on
me. There was always some-
thing inside convincing me.

Q: When did you finally sur-
render?
A: Feb. 19, 1997.1 laid every-
thing down. God was like,-"If
you refuse this calling I'm not
bothering anymore." Next day
I went to New Hope Freewill
Baptist, went straight to the
alter, and got saved.


Q: How about Prachin'g?"
A: I ran from it and let other
people interfere. I finally
learned to stick with what God
said. God wanted a ministry
where I could preach the
truth. It's all by grace.

Q: Are you in a denomina-
tion?
A: We're General Baptist.
I'm going through pastoral
ministry classes.

Q: What's your message in a
nutshell?
A: We're sinners, flat out, and
the law condemns us. God sent
Jesus Christ as the sacrifice. He
walked the earth in perfection,
he fulfilled the law, and he for-
gives our sins through believing
and the grace of the Lord. We
don't have to pay, he paid for
us. It's so simple. All we have to
do is accept that. I'm not better,
I'm just saved.


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* Q: AreVou'rharrid?
A: I married Jane McCoy in
1992. We have four children.
Amber, (22), Amanda, (21),
Ashley, (19), and Autumn,
(13). We got saved about the
time we needed to.
Q: Do you watch TV?
A: Law & Order. Besides that
I love history. I think we're
following the same path as
Rome and that's not good.
Then I like old-style movies,
battles and stuff; "Lord of the
Rings," "Brave Heart."

Q: What do you do for fun?
A: I love my bike. We just
cruise, Jane on the back. We
get on and go.

Q: Do you enjoy music?
A: I listen to nothing but
Christian music. My favorites
are Third Day and Casting
Crowns. My hymn is "Hold to


Gdd's Unch'nhing Hand."
Q: Do you have a verse to
share?
A: John 14:6. "Jesus
answered, 'I am the way and
the truth and the life. No one
comes to the Father except
through me'" It locks out
everything else-.
Q: What gives you joy?
A: People getting saved.
Then I like to see the way God
moves in people'slives.

SQ: What are you reading?
A: "Experiencing God" for
my class, plus a lot more. Then
I like to read sermons by the
old time preachers; Jonathan
Edwards, George Whitfield. I
like hearing what they say.

Q: Is a strong church impor-
tant?
A: Very important. We're


united as far as what we believe
and we're standing firm. We're
after the same thing, leading
people to Christ.
Q: Who's your Bible hero?
A: Paul. He was humble yet
so great. He knew what he was
talking about.
Q: A final word?
A: I'd love to see Plant City
have a revival. I can relate to the
people who have been where
I've been, I can relate to their
battles. The Lord can come and
find us in our lowest spot, can't -
we do the same? I want every-
body welcome here.

- Derek Maul

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BRIEFS


Chamber contact
breakfast on tap
The Plant City Chamber's
April Contact Breakfast is set
for 7:30 a.m. April 11 at the
Ramada Red Rose Ballroom.
The featured speaker is
David Moore, executive direc-
tor of the Southwest Florida
Water Management District.
The cash jackpot is $50.
RSVP: 754-3707.

SFBH offers CPR class
for health care providers
South Florida Baptist
Hospital will offer the safety
course, CPR and Basic Life
Support for Health Care- Pro-
viders - new certification April
9 from 6 to 10 p.m. in the Com-
munity Conference Room.
This course provides new cer-
tification for health care work-
ers. Registration " and
pre-payment of $38 fee is
required, call 754-4444.

City commission
meeting, workshop
Plant City's commission
plans a workshop at City Hall,
302 W. Reynolds St., on an
employee salary study at 4:30
p.m. April 9. A city commission
meeting is slated to follow at 7
p.m. That meeting will include
a public hearing on a request
to rezone 19.23 acres on James
L. Redman Parkway, about a
quarter mile north of Trapnell
Road.
The applicant proposes 126
town house dwelling units and
a total of 44,914 square feet of
commercial and office space.
The project will have primary
access off James L. Redman
Parkway via a divided two-way
roadway, in addition to a paved
20-foot driveway providing
secondary emergency- access
to Trapnell Road. The Planning
Board recommends approval.

Exhibitors welcome
at Chamber Expo
The deadline is approaching
for exhibitors who want to be
part of the 2007 Chamber
Community Expo and Taste of
Historic Plant City. The event is
set for 2 to 6 p.m. May 3 at in
the John R. Trinkle Multipur-
pose Center at Hillsborough
Community College, 1206 N.
Park Road. The registration
deadline for reserving space at
the Expo is April 20.
If you need an Exhibitor
Registration Form and/or
information, call the Chamber
at 754-3707 or e-mail amy-
@plantcity.org. Exhibitor regis-
tration forms are also available
online at www.plantcitychamb
er.com.


BLASINE S S


Photo courtesy of Plant City Chamber of Commerce
Plant City Chamber members and staff from Alexander Woods Town Homes cut the ribbon at the new complex earlier this month.
The official grand opening is April 14.



Luxury Town Homes Set For Grand Opening
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Staff Report
Developers of Alexander Woods, an
upscale town home community, are
hoping to draw a crowd next week at its
grand opening celebration with a draw-
ing for a 42-inch flat screen TV, radio
celebrities and free lunches for those
want a first look at the luxury homes.
The opening is planned for 2 to 4 p.m.
April 14. Chadd and Kristi Thomas of the
Magic Morning radio show are also due
to attend.
Alexander Woods is a private, gated
community on Maki Road, next to Plant
City High School.
"'We are proud to be the first to offer
upscale town home living in Plant City,"
said Bob Pembertori, of South Shore
Group Real Estate. Pemberton and his
wife, Joyce, are the selling agents for the
development. "Our two- and three-
bedroom model homes are now open
and we invite the community to come out -
and see what luxury, maintenance-free
town home living looks like. These homes
are beautiful and elegant."
Alexander Woods also offers a commu-
nity swimming pool, picnic and play
areas. Two bedrooms homes start at
$199,900 with optional package upgrades


"We are proud to be the first to offer upscale

town home living in Plant City...we invite

the community to come out and see what

luxury, maintenance-free town home living

looks like.-"
BOB PEMBERTON
South Shore Group Real Estate


available.
The model homes have been furnished
and accessorized by Southern Hospitality
Furniture & Decor.
"We felt that this would give us the
opportunity to show off the diversity of
our home furnishings selection," said
Maggie Patrick, manager of Southern
Hospitality. "People often think Southern
Hospitality only offers country-style fur-
niture. As you will see in these model
homes, our selection is much -more
diverse."
Patricia Rogers of PAR Interiors in Plant
City also worked on the project.
"Her window treatments are especially
remarkable and not to be missed - she's
done an amazing job in these models,"


Joyce Pemberton said.
Everyone who attends the Grand
Opening will receive an entry ticket for a
drawing to win a 42" LG Flat Screen TV,
courtesy of Buddy's Home Furnishings.
Additional entries can be earned by:
*Bringing a pair of used eye glasses to
donate to the Lions Club of Plant City.
* Bringing a food or toiletry item to
donate to the Plant City Food Bank.
* Visiting the town home models before
the grand opening.
Models will be open Monday through
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. by appoint-
ment.
Information: Bob Pemberton at 391-
7361 or Joyce Pemberton at 494-6278.


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NEWS BRIEFS

Commission approves
resurfacing, sets public hearings
The city commission
approved the following items
at at its March 26 meeting.
City Fire Station No. 1 was
approved for a wind retrofit
construction project, through
an agreement with the State of
Florida Division of Emergency
Management, worth about
$75,000. Window and door
openings at the station will be
fitted to withstand wind velo-
cities up to 130 mph. The city
will pay about 25 percent of
the total cost under the agree-
ment.
Commissioners approved
the spending of a total of
$57,000 for surface improve-
ments at-Sansone Park basket-
ball courts ($20,000); Martin
Luther King Recreation Center
basketball courts ($12,000)
and Dort Street tennis courts
($25,000). Surface improve-
ments at the shuffleboard
courts at the Winter Visitors
Center have been deferred
due to "dwindling use. The
Courier Field basketball courts
will wait until a decision is
made concerning the possible
library expansion in that area.
Commissioners reap-
pointed Liesta Sykes, Bob
Short and Sharon Moody as
members of the Code Enforce-
ment Board.
Commissioners approved
public hearings April 9 regard-
ing the rezoning of 19.23 acres
on the east side of James. L.
Redman Parkway, near Trap-
nell Road, from residential to a
mixed use residential/
commercial; and 33.32 acres


on the east side of North Alex-
ander Street, about one mile
north of W. Baker Street. The
property, -currently zoned
residential, will be the site for
a 68-unit affordable housing
facility for senior citizens.
-George H. Newman

Rainbow Ball tickets available
Tickets are still available for
20th Annual Rainbow Ball to
benefit the Child Abuse
Council-April 21 from 6:30 to
11:30 p.m. at the Ramada Inn
in Plant City.
The event is the largest
fundraiser of the year for the
Rainbow Family Learning
program, a therapeutic center
for at-risk and abused chil-
dren and their families in the
Plant City area. Last year's ball
raised $80,000.
"The ball allows us to con-
tinue to offer services here,"
said the council's Jessica Rey-
nolds.
The event includes a wine
tasting, dinner, dancing, a
silent and live auction, cigar
bar, 50/50 "Pot of Gold" cash
drawing and live music.
Tickets are $125. Call: Jes-
sica Whisenant, 673-4646, Ext.
225.

2008 Steer Show
applications available
Applications to participate
in the 2008 Florida Strawberry
Festival Steer Show and Sale
are available at the Florida
Strawberry Festival Office,
Area 6 Hillsborough County
School District Office, the
Hillsborough County Agricul-
tural Extension Service Office,
and the agricultural depart-
ments of middle and high
schools.


Applicants must be current
members of a Hillsborough
County 4-H club or FFA chap-
ter, currently be in grades 8; 11
and reside in Hillsborough
County. Applicants must have
a grade point average of 2.5
based on the previous semes-
ter or the previous nine week-
grading period. Completed
applications must be hand-
delivered or mailed to the
Chairman of the Steer Com-
mittee, 703 N. Thomas St.,
Plant City, Fla. 33563 on or
before 5 p.m. April 13, 2007. If
mailed, the application must
be postmarked (official - not
metered) on or before April 13.

District opens student
immigrant center
Hillsborough County
Schools has opened a center
to help immigrant refugee stu-
dents and families.
The Immigrant Accultura-
tion Center will help students
and families through academic
assessment, monitoring, social
service connection, and cul-
ture awareness. The center is
at Dickenson Elementary
School, 4720 Kelly Road.
Hillsborough County Public
Schools is one of eight districts
in Florida awarded a federal
grant to increase academic
achievement of immigrant
refugee students. The center
has partnered with local agen-
cies such as Career Recruit-
ment and Instruction in Basic
English (CARIBE); Catholic
Charities, Diocese of St. Peters-
burg, Inc.; Florida Department
of Children and Families; Gulf
Coast Jewish Family Services,
Inc.; and the, Hillsborough
County Sheriff's Office.
Information: 272-4602 or
272-4055.


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and to purchase computer hard-
ware, lab packs and digital cam-
eras. Below: Clint Walden walks to
raise money.


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SCHOOL NOTES


Walden Lake Elementary
kindergarten roundup
Walden Lake Elementary's Kinder-
garten Roundup is set for April 12 at 8:
30 a.m. in the school's multipurpose
room, 2800 Turkey Creek Road.
A guided tour of the kindergarten
classrooms will follow the orientation.
Children born before Sept. 1 can regis-
ter.
Birth certificate, immunization
records, recent physical. Social Secu-


rity number and proof of residency are
required. Call: 757-9433.
Wilson kindergarten roundup
Wilson Elementary's Kindergarten
Roundup is set for April 12 in the
school's Media Center, 702 English St.
There will be two sessions from that
the parents can choose, the first from
8:30 to 10 a.m. and the second training
from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Parents are asked to bring proof of


residence, child's Social Security card,
child's birth certificate and Florida
physical and shot record.
Call: 757-9310.
Nominations sought for
History Teacher of the Year
The Guilder Lehrman Institute of
American History is seeking nomi-
nations for the annual Florida History
Teacher of the Year Award.
The Institute, in partnership with


Preserve America, introduced, the
award in 2004.
The selection of the state winner is
based on teaching experience, evi-
dence of creativity and imagination in
the classroom and close attention to
documents, artifacts, historic sites
and other primary materials of his-
tory.
The deadline for nomination is May
1.Information: www.gilderlehrm-
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At top left, Plant City Elks celebrated the installation of new
officers March 29 with a special ceremony at the club, 1501 N.
Alexander St. Above, Earlene Pace (secretary), Connie Poage
(treasurer), Carol Yeats (chaplain), Joyce Ludwick (board of
directors), Jan Springer (president) and Sandra Smith (vice
president). At left, Also on hand were, Tom Ludwick, left, Jerry
Yates, Bill Spivey, Troy Springer, Steve Parrish, Frank LaBarbera,
Barbara Bennett, Charlie Bennett and Tom Crews. Above, Connie
Poage, left, was named Officer of the Year, while Gail Lyons
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Linda Lawson thanked volunteers at United Food Bank of Plant City for their service with the group that helps feed the city's hungry.


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'BURSTING AT SEAMS,' GROUP

LOOKS FOR NEW HOME

StaffReport
Some 1,470,000 pounds of food served.
Another 41,915 people in need helped.
A small restaurant might be proud of those
numbers, but for Linda Lawson only two words
came to mind: thank you.
"This is not about me or our board," said the
founder and executive director of the The United
Food Bank of Plant City. "It's about you. I can't
thank you enough for your time, effort and dol-
lars."
SAddressing volunteers and donors at an appre-
ciation luncheon at Carrabba's March 29, Lawson,
noted the group makes sure those they help are
truly in need.
"That's why we only take clients through refer-
rals. But we are bursting at the seams and need a
new building. But I trust in our God and our com-
munity."
Both were well represented at the thank-you
luncheon, with ministers sharing tables with
business leaders and volunteers.


Bob and Bonnie Brock, who have volunteered
more than 484 hours at the food bank, were
named .the group's Volunteers of the Year.
. "Anytime we ask them (the Brocks), the answer
is-always -'yes, I will do that," Lawson said.
"It's just a great pleasure to work there," Bonnie
Brock said.
Grace Evans, 88, took home the Above and
Beyond award.
"I have to watch her, because she still think
she's 20," said Lawson, who once rushed to stop
Evans from lifting a 60-pound bag of food. "Why
did you try to do that," Lawson asked her.
"Because I wanted to see if I still could," was
Evans' reply.
Founded in 1999, the group -whose motto is "a
Sand up, not a hand out" - serves between 5,000
and 7,000 people a year, according to food bank
officials. A typical customer might be a single
mom with children, but the food bank also serves
many area seniors.
The food bank's 1,000-square-foot warehouse
is supplemented by two trailers behind its offices
at 712 E. Alsobrook St., but without air condition-
ing, those trailers can only be used for a few
months a year. The need for new space is now
critical says Lawson.


Linda Fuhrman of Unity in the Community presents a check
to Linda Lawson.
The drive was given a boost last week when Mike Floyd,
publisher of Focus magazine, outlined the need for a new food
bank facility in a letter to business leaders.
"I know God will help us find a way," Lawson said.
The food bank's next major fundraiser - "A Taste of Plant
City" - is May 3 at the John R. Trinkle Center. It is held in con-
junction with the Plant City Chamber's Business Expo.
For information about the food bank, call 764-0625.


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SHope shows sole
R Parishioners at Hope Lutheran Church, 2001
S North Park Road, have been putting some
Ssole behind their soul. Hope's "congrega-
Stional walk" is held each January. Members
- are asked to record their weekly time/
Mileage for walking, running, biking or any
0 kind of physical activity. That mileage is
M tallied by parish nurse Joyce VanMatre, R.N.
SAs a part of this year's effort, Hope's Human
Care Ministry Team joined in to collect
needed items for the soldiers in Iraq.
Among the items donated were box loads of
razors, wipes, hard candy and encourage-
ment cards. Boxes were sent to Hope
members, Toby and Cory Suttle, sons of
John and Sue Burtz, who are both in Iraq.
Pictured filling the boxes are Hope's Human
Care Ministry Team, Theresa Smith, left, her
daughter, Skylar, and team leader Cindy
Petersen. For information on the program,
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Entertainment for the event stars at 9:30, fashions, fashion contests and food. In addi-
TO DRAW THOUSANDS followed by a stage show at 10 a.m. The egg tion, the oldest attending seniors will receive o
. .hunt follows. Air brushing, caricature artists, an award of recognition.
inflatable rides, a rock wall, trackless train and Information: Linda Light at 545-6178 or Jim
Staff Report free hot dogs and drinks for the those 3 to 11 McDaniel at 659-4209
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join several community Easter egg hunts
planned in Plant City this weekend: A few of
the larger events will cater to almost 1,000 chil-
dren, with the city's annual egg hunt leaving
out more than 8,000 eggs. Among some of the
larger events planned are:

City Easter Egg Hunt
The-18th Annual City-Wide Easter Egg Hunt
is planned for April 7 the Otis M. Andrews-
Sports Complex, 2402 E. Cherry St.
The event is expected to draw more than
1,000 youths aged 3 to 11.
Staff and volunteers assist the Easter Bunny
in hiding over 12,000 plastic eggs, most with
surprises inside. Special eggs also have gift


(adLULs pay -,b1J are au pa L oUI Uie tun.
Participants are asked to bring their own
baskets and reminded that the event is for
children only; no parents are allowed to help.
Sponsors for the event include Gulf Coast
Ttirf & Tractor, Lott Mather Enterprises, Inc.,
and Don Stine Construction.
Information www.plantcitygov.com/rec -
click the Easter Egg Hunt link, or contact Ste-
phen Rossiter at srossiter@plantcitygov.com
or call 659-4200, Ext. 4311.

* Marie B. Ellis Park
The 65th annual Marie B. Ellis Community
Easter Egg Hunt and Parade is set for April 8
from 2 to 5 p.m. at Marie B. Ellis Park at Laura
and Waters streets. The event will include an


Bring your basket
to Springhead Baptist -
Springhead Baptist Church, 3106 S. Wiggins
Road, plans an Easter egg hunt April 7 from 1
to 3 p.m. with prizes for ages toddler to sixth-
grade. There will be games, food and an egg-
coloring contest. Call: 752-4879.

Meet the Easter bunny
Kids are invited to meet the Easter Bunny
and have a free pictures taken April 6-7 from 2
to 6 p.m. at R.W. Willaford, 908 Mclntosh
Road. In cooperation with Operation Lifesaver
Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Safety Program.
SCall: 759-3345.


LINDA CHIONKENNEY/Staff photos
"This is something you don't see every day in Plant City," said
Plant City Commissioner Robert Brown as he watched a Tampa
Police Department helicopter make multiple passes over an
orange grove off James L. Redman Parkway. The March 31 event
was hosted by the First Baptist Church of Plant City for both its
members and the community at large. Right: Hundreds of kids
lined up for the March 31 egg drop publicized with street signs
days leading up to the event. Above: Chase Dunn, a fifth-grader
at Walden Lake Elementary School and a member of the
Wizards.soccer team with the Plant City Parks & Recreation
Department, gets visual in describing how he planned to make
his beeline advance to the eggs.


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Brandon Regional Hospital
The following births were
reported at Brandon Regional
Hospital:
Feb. 21
A son, Austin Emory Creel,
to Tami and Lee Creel of Plant
City.
March 1
A daughter, Alivia Lynn
Baker, to Kara White and
William Baker of Plant City.


March 7
A daughter, Kylie Nicole
Ennis, to Cassidy Reynolds
and Jody Ennis Jr. of Plant
City.
A son, Logan Chase Savage,
to Jolina Martin and Robert
Savage of Plant City.

South Florida
Baptist Hospital
The following births were


of Plant City.
*Feb.2o
-... ..--........ \A daughter, AunikaH. Wise-
reported at south Florida 'man,/to Sharbn.Bdg Wisemari
p rt aS and Donald Wiseman of Plant
Baptist Hospital: City.
Feb.7 Feb.24
A son, Braden R. Jones, to
Stacey and Bradley Jones of A daughter, Maya L.
Plant City. Howard, to Kayla Nelms and
Feb. 8 Floyd Howard of Plant City.
A daughter, Savannah J. Feb.26
Gorham, to Rebecca and Ste- A son, Alfonza D. Young, to
phen Gorham of Plant City. Adora Salazar and Alfonza
Feb.11 Young of Plant City.
A son, Isaiah Ray Murray, to Feb. 28
Tamara Wills and Eric Murray A daughter, Elizabeth J.

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Adami Schmidt of Plant City.
March 4 .. ..... .. ....
A daughter, Rosario A.
Garza, to Josefina Garza and
Richard Angeles of Plant City.
March 6
A daughter, Taylor M. Johns,
to Shavam Monroe and Jacob
Johns of Plant City.
A daughter, Rylee J. Thomas,
to Ashley Thomas of Plant City.
March 8
A son, Jaxon D. Aldridge, to-
Sarah and James Aldridge of
Plant City.


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Golf Tournament - sponsored
by South Florida Baptist
Hospital, Plant City Kiwanis
Club and the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce -
is slated t6 start at 11 a.m.
April 27 at Walden Lake Golf &
Country Club. The shotgun,
start (four-person scramble) is


prospective players to register
by April 19. Individual players
may register for $125 per
person. The foursome fee is
$500.
All participants will be
included in many activities,,
such as lunch; access to the


Children's Classic support a
wide variety of children's serv-
ices in the community. More
than 5,000 Plant City children
and families will benefit from
programs such as South Flor-
ida Baptist Hospital's pediat-
ric health programs and
screenings; the Wellness on


more than 2,500 vision and
scoliosis screenings in local
schools, and over 230 sports
and back to school physical.
The goal of this year's tourna-
ment is $50,000.
Information: Jack Vascon-
cellos, 757-1286.


:LO 0NWE tOAK BP:S CHURCH
invites .,ou to attend
' "ONCE AND FOR ALL"

S Friday 6th o Apri at 7:00pri
Sunday 8th of April at 6:00pmn

Sunday Sunrise Service
April 8th at 7:00AM
3505 WN. Lone Oak Road, Plant City
Kerr. D. Beat - - Pastor
For more information call 754-5278


HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE


APRIL 5 MAUNDY THURSDAY
7:00 p.m. Worship with Holy Communion
"Re-live the night in which our Lord
gave us the gift of Himself"
APRIL 6 GOOD FRIDAY
7:00 p.m. Tenebrae Worship
"A service of Darkness and Shadows"


APRIL 8 EAsTm SUIDAY
The Resurrection of Our Lord
7:00 a.m. EASTER Sunrise Worship
with Holy Communion
8:30 a.m. EASTER Breakfast and Egg-stravaganza
10:30 a.m. EASTER Festival Worship
with Holy Comnmunion


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APRIL 8TH 10:00 A.M.


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II 2001 N. Park Rd., Plant City, FL (813) 752-4622
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Walden Lake Golf Tournament Set For April2 7

EVENT BENEFITS at 12:30 p.m. practice range; hole-in-one, Wheels program; the Kiwanis
Fred's Market Reclosest to the pin, longest Club's support of- schol-
Fred's Market Restaurant drive and putting contests; arships; and the Plant City 5
CHILDREN - wi provide lunch, and Out- pool-side steak dinner and Chamber of Commerce's >
back Steakhouse will provide door prizes support of scholarships. Some s
StaffReport dinner. With space is limited -l
The Ikon Children's Classic to 288 players, organizers ask Proceeds from the IKON of the benefits to local ,,chil-th


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Some 28 young ladies
turned out to vie for the
Miss Plant City March 31
High School, with Carly I
taking the crown.
The contest is spons
Junior Woman's Club o
The contestants were: v
Howard, Elizabeth Padill


Little Miss Plant City Crowned
aged 8 to 10 Madison' Manley, Kaitie Bracewell, Mills Andreu, Haley Logan Moseley, Bracewell, C
title of Little Haylee Mathis, Carson Leigh Mitchell, Jesse Wells, Chastity- Rademacher, Megan Page R
at Plant City Brianna Nicole Lee, Amelia MacGir- Morgan Langston, Chloe Winmeinger,
lichelle Knox vin, Kimberly Coleman, Cameron Emma Frances Carlson, Kaitlyn Phoi
Davis, Rachel Harrell, Victoria Eliza- Brevik, Mandy Lynn lanes. Tim Be
sored by the beth McRoy, Shayla Dae Hendrix, The top10 were: Morgan Langston, tbedg
)f Plant City. Courtney Elizabeth Beahn, Ashley Payton Rae Astin, Brianna Nicole Lee, eg
4akenzie Rae Bishop, Megan Page Rogers, Payton Chloe Wineinger, Mandy Lynn lanes, tim
a, Logan Self, Rae Astin, CarlyMichelle Knox, Kenlee Rachel Harrell, Kaitlyn Brevik, Kaitie (8(


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The queen and her court take the stage. They are Kaitlyn Brevik, left, First Maid Mandy Lynn Janes, Queen Carly Michelle Knox, Brianna Nicole Lee
and Megan Page Rogers.


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Makenzie Howard


Logan Self


Madison Manley


Kaitie Bracewell


Brianna Lee


Amelia MacGirvin


Kimberly Coleman


Rachel Harrell


Victoria McRoy


Shayla Hendrix


Courtney Beahn


Ashley Bishop


Megan Rogers


Payton Astin


Kenlee Andreu


Haley Moseley Jesse Wells


Chastity Rademacher


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Z- 7 New Habitat Homes


Nearing Completion


GEOURGE H. NEWMAN/Stan photo
Volunteer workers for the Plant City Chapter of Habitat For Humanity are working on two houses
on East Drane Street that are expected to be completed by the end of June. These and other
volunteers have worked to construct the two homes since early January when they first broke
ground. Home owners Melanie Bettis and Etta James are required to spend 500 hours at the
construction site as part of the qualification program. Habitat officials are looking for property,
sponsors and volunteers to help perpetuate the program.
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COMMUNITY EFFORT
ON EAST DRANE STREET
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Melanie Betfis and Etta
James are about to become
neighbors thanks to the latest
Habitat For Humanity build-
ing project in the Plant City
Lincoln Park community.
Bettis and James have been
busy since January helping
volunteers build their three
bedroom, two bath homes on


East Drane Street. Both houses
should be ready for occupancy
by the end of June.
"Thank God for Habitat For
Humanity and for the won-
derful volunteers that are
making my dream come true,"
said James last Saturday with
the sounds of hammers and
saws banging and buzzing in
the background.
James said she and her
future neighbor, Bettis, are
"the last ones standing" in a
process that began when Hab-

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itat's Plant City chapter took
applications from about 10
hopefuls about a year ago.
"Melanie and Etta have
gone through the process side
by side since we took applica-
tions last March," said Pat
Ulin, vice chairman of the
Plant City chapter.
Ulin and her husband Ken,
the project construction
leader, have worked with doz-
ens of volunteers each Satur-
day since breaking ground on
the adjoining Drane Street
properties January 13.
"Not everyone who applies
is able to qualify or stay with
the program," Ulin said.
"Some need to find a place
sooner than a Habitat home
can be completed. Or they are
unable to put in the volunteer
time needed to satisfy the
agreement. But Melanie and
Etta have met each require-
ment with enthusiasm. And
the closer the homes get to
completion the more excited
they have become."
Once an applicant has been
approved for a home by Habi-
.at For Humanity they go on a
waiting list.
"At that time we have no
idea when the construction
will take place," Ulin said. "We
only know that we have a lot
available and we begin the
process of finding a sponsor to
help us build the home."
In this case Publix Super
Market Charities is helping to
sponsor the Bettis home. The
James house was sponsored in
part by New Century Mort-
gage Corp. Both companies
donated $50,000 for the homes
that will cost about $75,000 to
construct.
"We are very grateful to
Publix and New Century for
the financial support they
have given us," said Don Rain-
ard, the chairman of the Plant
City chapter. "We are still
looking for other companies
or individuals to step up to
help us pay the rest of the
costs. Contractors are volun-
teering time and material. But
we need more help."


Ulin said several local orga-
nizations and volunteer
groups have helped with some
of the more difficult tasks
needed to complete the
houses.
"An instructor at Hills-
borough Community College,
Plant City campus, who is a
licensed inspector for the
county, brought some of the
advanced students to install
the plumbing in January,"
Ulin said. "Leslie Morris, the
principal at Simmons Career
Center, John Allemon, the
school's building instructor,
several other teachers and
students from Simmons have
all volunteered to help us over
time."
Many of the volunteers are
members of the Plant City
Church of God, on Mud Lake
Road, where Bettis attends.
A fundraiser at First United
Methodist Church also con-
tributed generously to the
effort, Ulin said. And a local
construction equipment com-
pany, Universal Structures,
donated the use of a crane to
lift the trusses in place for the
Bettis home. The James' home
trusses were done by sheer
manual labor.
"One of our Habitat volun-
teers, Kerry Gamrner (who
works at the Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce),
invited her college-going son
and six of his friends who were
on spring break to come over
and lift the trusses into place,"
Ulin said. "That was really an
accomplishment."
Rainard said the local chap-
ter is looking for additional
lots or land parcels to build
additional Habitat homes in
Plant City.
"We were able to get these
lots on Drane Street at a very
reasonable price," Rainard
said; "But we have families on
waiting lists who would like to
live in Plant City. We can use
all the help we can get."
For information concerning
the Plant City Chapter of Hab-
itat For Humanity call Pat or
Ken Ulin at 717-7946.


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Miller
J. Paul Miller, 83, of Plant
City died March 12.
He was born in Frankfort,
Ind., and was a U.S. Army vet-
eran of World War II, having
served as a sergeant in the
44th Infantry Division. He was
wounded in France in Dec.
1944 and was awarded the
Purple Heart and Bronze Star.
His career began as a clerk
for Swift & Co. and ended 40


years later with the financial
holding company Esmark,
which owned Swift & Co. and
many other companies. He
was attached to the office -of
the CEO and was responsible
for the financial strategy of
their holdings. His last duty
for the company was as presi-
dent of Walden Lake Country
Club on property originally
owned by Swift & Co.
He is survived by two sons,


Joseph of Naperville, Ill., and
Jay of Brooksville; two daugh-
ters, Janet Sanger of Ruther-
fordton, N.C., and Joe A.
Sorkin of Walnut Creek, Calif.;
eight grandchildren; . five
great-grandchildren; and a
great-great-grandchild.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Scotch
William A. Scotch, 44, of
Tampa died March 9.


He was born in Aberdeen,
Md., and was parts manager
for Lott & Mather Buick of
Plant City.
He was a member of Bran-
don Elks Lodge BPOE 2383
and was past exalted ruler and
state district vice president of
Southwest Central District of
Elks.
He is survived by his part-
ner, Gerri Mann; a son, Joshua;
a daughter, Nicole; and a


grandson.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

de Quesada
Carlos A. de Quesada, 89, of
Plant City died March 11.
He was born in Camaguey,
Cuba, and came here from
Cuba in 1964.
He was a foreman for Flor-

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ida Brick and Clay Co.
He was a Catholic.
He is survived by a daughter,
ilar Hart of Plant City; a son-
in-law, James Shurling of
plant City; four sisters, Jossie
Azorin of Plant City and
Carmen, Loly and Emilia, all of
Miami; five grandchildren;
and five great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Thomas
Sheila C. Thomas, 40, of
Lithia died March 12.
She was a lifelong resident
of Plant City and a home-
maker.


She is survived by her.
husband, Donald; a son, Josh
of Lithia; her parents, James
and Faye Wilkins of Lithia; a
brother, Wade Wilkins of
Lithia; and her maternal
grandmother, Marie Sumner
of Lithia.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Hill
Patsy Hill, 66, of Lakeland
died March 12. She was born
in Plant City and was a lifelong
resident of Lakeland.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her
husband, R. Browning Hill of
Sarasota; three sons, DeWayne
of Tallahassee, Tommy of
Bedford, Va., and Mike of
Sebring; a brother, Tom Haney
of Plant City; a sister, Judy


Sims of Aubumrndale; nine
grandchildren; and a great-
grandchild.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Carroll
Davene L. Carroll, 68, of
Hendersonville, N.C., died
March 13.
She was born in Missouri
and was a former resident of
Plant City.
She attended First United
Pentecostal Church.
She is survived by her
husband, Terry F. Carroll of
Hendersonville; three daugh-
ters, Debbie Boggs and
Tammy Briggs, both of Plant
City, and Jackie Lotcher of
Zephyrhills; four sisters; three
brothers; six grandchildren;
and seven great-grandchil-


dren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Wooten
Ida M. Wooten, 83, of Plant
City died March 14.
She was born in Cochran,
Ga., and was a longtime resi-
dent of Plant City.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by a sister,
Alice Eady of Tampa.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Bauguss
Anne "Nancy" Bauguss, 87,
of Plant City died March 14,
She is survived by a son, Jim
Hall of Plant City; two daugh-
ters, Kathleen Hoesley of
Hampton, N.H., and Cheryl


Norton of Cushing, Maine; a
brother, William Conlin of
California; nine grandchil-
dren; and 11 great-grandchil-'
dren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Acosta
Juan Acosta, 29, of Plant
City died March 16.
He was born in Tampa and
was a lifelong resident of Plant
City.
He was a construction
laborer.
He is survived by his wife,
Leticia; two sons, Juan Jr. and
John V., both of Plant City; a
daughter, Victoria D. of Plant
City; his father, Facundo; his
mother, Blanca; six brothers;
and three sisters.
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The following incidents were
reported to the Plant CityPolice
Department March 18-21.

March 18
1:39 a.m. DUI, 600 block
East Alexander Street
2:42 a.m. DUI, East Alex-
ander Street/Jim Johnson
Road
3:00 a.m. criminal mischief,
1600 block North Gordon
Street
1:47 p.m. domestic battery,
1400 block Plantation Circle
4:00 p.m. commercial bur-
glary, 3900 block Chipping
Sparrow Lane
5:05 p.m. trespassing, 700
block South Marshall Street


10:45 p.m. assault, 400 block
South Franklin Street
11:30 p.m. robbery, 2300
block Maki Road

March 19
12:53 a.m. shooting, 1500
block Charles Avenue
12:54 a.m. DUI, James L.
Redman Parkway/West Trap-
nell Road
11:00 a.m. theft, grand, 600
block West Hillsboro Street
5:30 p.m. domestic battery,
2100 block North Gordon
Street
6:00 p.m. theft, grand, 2900
block Forest Hammock Drive
7:30 p.m. theft, vehicle, 1500
block YMCA Place


10 p.m. criminal mischief,
1700 block North Park Road

March 20
3:10 a.m. trespassing, 2700
block Wilder Trace Court
11:50 a.m. drug investiga-
tion, 1300 block Louisiana
Street
12:25 p.m. aggravated
assault, 0-100 block Lemon
Street
6:00 p.m. theft, grand, 4300
block East U.S. 92.
6:59 p.m. trespassing, 1400
block East Church Street
7 p.m. battery, aggravated,
500 block South Maryland
Avenue
7 p.m. criminal mischief,


500 block North Mobley Street

March 21
12:01 a.m. criminal mis-
chief, 3400 block Silvermea-
dow Way
8:00 a.m. theft, grand, 800
block West King Street
8:10 a.m. burglary, 900 block
East Baker Street
10:50 a.m. burglary auto,
800 block South Collins Street
11:30 a.m. burglary, vehicle,
3700 block West Baker Street
12:37 p.m. ID theft, 1900
block James L. Redman Park-
way
1 p.m. criminal mischief,
1100 block West Risk Street
3:43 p.m. theft, 2100 block


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5:36 p.m. drug investiga-
tion, 1900 blockNorth Wheeler
Street
5:36 p.m. drug investiga-
tion, 0-100 block Police Place
(booking)
6:00 p.m. criminal mischief,
700 block Hitchcock Street
6:30 p.m. criminal mischief,
100 block North Thomas
Street
7:15 p.m. trespassing, 2100
block James L. Redman Park-.
way
7:28 p.m. criminal mischief,
1800 block James L. Redman
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Bilingual Town Hall Meeting
Hillsborough County Com-
missionerswillbe in northwest
Hillsborough County April 12
;o .hqai from the Hispanic
-omnn)unity. The meeting will
'Spanish and English.
The meeting will take place
from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Incar-
nation Catholic Church, 5124
Gateway Drive. Exhibits and
information provided by
many county departments
will be available starting at 5:
30 p.m., and the question and
answer session is scheduled 6:
30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Call: 272-5275.

Sidewalk sale
A Sidewalk Sale is set for
April 14 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
in Historic Downtown Plant
City. Many stores will be par-
ticipating along Reynolds,
Collins, Evers and Drane
streets and J. Arden Mayes
Boulevard. All participants
wii have specials out on the
sidewalk. Call: 707-1090.

Youth football,
cheerleading sign ups
Plant City Dolphins youth
football and cheerleading sign
ups for the 2007 season will
take place April 14 from 9 a.m.
to noon at the Dolphin Field
House at the Otis M. Andrews
Sports Complex, 2402-2602 E.
Cherry St.
Call: 757-1666 or 619-6801.

SFBH offers free
Baby Care classes
The Family Childbirth
Center at South Florida Bapt-


ist Hospital will offer the fol-
lowing new parents classes
April 14:
Childbirth class from 8
a.m. to noon. This class -
prepares parents for all
phases of labor anddelivery.
Baby Care Class, from 1 to
2 p.m. in the Administrative
Conference Room. This class
teaches new parents what to
expect after the delivery of
their new baby.
Breast-feeding, 2 to 3 p.m.
Learn basics and tips for
success.
Registration required, call
754-4444.

Alexander Woods
grand opening
Alexander Woods, a luxury
town home community, plans
a grand opening celebration
April 14 from 2 to 4 p.m. The
event will include lunch, a
tour the homes, a drawing for
a 42-inch flat screen TV and a
visit from Chadd & Kristi
Thomas, from the Magic
Morning Show of Magic 94-9.
The gated community on
Maki Road, next to Plant City
High School. Information:
391-7361 or 494-6278.

UDC presents program
on period attire
JoAnne Kurtwright will
present program on Period
Attire to The Plant City Chap-
ter of the United Daughters of
the Confederacy at their
regular meeting April 14 at 10
a.m. at the 1914 Plant City
High School Community
Center. There will also be an
opportunity to shop for items
from this time period.
Call: Carolyn Hankins, 986-
9618.


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Forty students from northeast U.S. colleges, working for College
Pro Painters as franchise owners, visited Plant City in early
March to enhance their skills as professional house painters.
Vergena Jordan, right, an Elderlink coordinator with The Center
For Women in Brandon, spoke to the group following an
appreciation lunch served at New Grace Chapel on East Laura
Street. The students painted three Plant City homes in the
Lincoln Park and Snowden Park areas at no cost as part of their
training.


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FRANCHISE TRAINING
COMPANY TARGETS
LOW INCOME HOUSES
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
It seemed almost too good
to be true when Vergena Jor-
dan contacted three home-
owners in Plant City and asked
if they would like their home
exteriors scraped and painted
for free.
"For free?" asked Mozell
Johnson, who lives on Wash-
ington Street in the Snowden
Park district. "How can they
do that?"
Jordan, an Elderlink Coor-
dinator for The Centre For
Women in Tampa, explained
to Johnson that College Pro
Painters, a franchise building
company operating in seven
Canadian provinces and 38
U.S. states does just that.
College students from many
northeastern universities are
recruited each year to learn
how to run a house-painting
franchise, doing on-the-job
training to increase their
skills.
"I made contact with the
people at College Pro Painters
and told them we had homes
in Plant City, Brandon and
Tampa that would qualify for
the home improvement pro-
gram," Jordan said.
In Plant City two of the
homes on the Pro Painter to-


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do list were located on E. Mar-
tin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard,
in the Lincoln Park area.
Jimmy Johnson, one of those
homeowners said his home
being picked was a matter of
luck.
"It was all a big coinci-
dence," he said. "I was asked if
I wanted my home painted for
free. Who would say no? I
filled out the paperwork and
there you go. It's done. And
they did a great job."
College Pro Painters
Limited was founded by a col-
lege student in Thunder Bay,
Ontario, in 1971. Three dec-
ades later, College Pro Paint-
ers is the largest student
painting company in North
America. More information is
available at www.collegepr-
o.com or by calling 1-800-
32PAINT.
Johnson said she was very
satisfied with the work done
on her home.
"I was first contacted in
February about having my
home painted," she said. "I
was very proud to see those
students painting my home. I
was so excited I couldn't stand
still."
The students needed only
two days to prepare and paint
her home.
"It looks so nice," Johnson
said. "All my neighbors were
telling me how good it looks. I
told the students how much I
appreciated what they have
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GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
These college students painting the home owned by Jimmie
Johnson, on East Laura Street, spent three days in the Plant City
area painting homes at no cost. The students, who were part of
a group of 40 working for College Pro Painters, were put up at
the Rotary Club Camp in Brandon during their visit.

HABITAT


Continued From Page 32
done. They were very nice to
me."
Ashley Ward, 19, was the
one female among the 45 col-
lege students who made the
trip to Florida. She attends
Grand Valley State University
near her home in Grand
Rapid, Mich. All the students
were housed at the Rotary
Club Camp in Brandon during
the week they spent in Hills-
borough County.
"I can appreciate coming
down here to help with a sense
of charity," Ward said. "At the
same time I am gaining good
experience in house painting.
I will gain as a person from the
entire experience.
Ward said the Rotary Camp
was a comfortable facility.
Rotary officials provided
canoes, kayaks, archery, cards,
swimming and volleyball to
keep the students busy and
entertained. Ward and her
group flew back home March
8, while another group of Pro
Painters were scheduled into
the Rotary Camp on March
12.
Fellow Pro Painter Jonathan
Anderson, 19, a student at the
University of Michigan,
explained the appeal of the
College Pro Painter program.
"You can't pick an
entrepreneur degree in col-
lege," Anderson said. "That is
what I want to do. This trip
and others will give me the
experience needed to operate
my own business."
Like the other students,
Ward and Anderson volun-


"Part of our legacy
is to give back to
the community. Our
experience in Plant
City is just one
example."
JEFF RENDELL
Pro Painter official
teered to attend training ses-
sions provided by Pro Painters.
They signed an agreement to
operate a franchise in their
college communities and pro-
vide a certain percentage of
their work in low income
areas. They also agreed to pay
a percentage of their earnings
to Pro Painters to ensure the
cycle will continue.
Jeff Rendell, 31, was one of
the Pro Painter officials travel-
ing with the students.
"We recruit, select, and
train 600 franchise managers
each year," Rendell said.
"They are all highly motivated
college students who are care-
fully chosen to run their own
businesses during the
summer."
The company literature
states they are dedicated to
teaching business manage-
ment. All full-time College Pro
staff were student managers
once themselves.
"Part of our legacy is to give
back to the community," Ren-
dell said. "Our experience in
Plant City is just one exam-
ple."


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Founder's Day Celebration
The Greater Love Christian
Center, 1109 N. Franklin St., is
inviting the public to the ninth
annual Founder's Day Cele-
bration, April 18-22.
Services are 7 p.m. daily
except April 22, when the
service is at 4 p.m.
The features of each service
are as follows: April 18, St.
Mary's Missionary Baptist
Church of Plant City, pastor
the Rev. Shafter Scott; April
19, General Assembly of The
1st Bomrn Church Inc., Tampa,
Bishop France Davis, pastor;
April 20, Now Faith Fellow-
ship of Plant City, Elder Joseph
Caldwell, pastor; April 21, a
banquet in honor of Bishop B.
Franklin Echols Sr., pastor of
Greater Love Christian Center,
with Archbishop Clarence
Davis, pastor of Joy Taberna-
cle in Tampa, guest speaker;
April 22, Zackery Hudson and
Re-Birth Missionary Baptist
Church in Tampa, will close
out the celebration.
For information, including
details of the April 21 banquet,
call Greater Love at 759-8270.

Hope Holy Week schedule
Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 N. Park Road, plans the
following Holy Week sched-
ule:
Maundy Thursday, April
5: Worship service at 7 p.m.
followed by the traditional
stripping of the altar in
preparation for Good Friday.
Holy Communion will be
celebrated.
Good Friday, April 6:


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Worship at 7 p.m. The
traditional and moving
service of Tenebrae - a
service of darkness and
shadows. The service gradu�
ally progresses from light to
darkness.
Easter Sunday, April 8:
Special Sunrise Celebration
with Holy Communion will
be held at 7 a.m. followed by
an Easter Breakfast hosted by
Hope's Elders Ministry Team.
Then at 9:30 a special chil-
dren's egg hunt and Easter
Egg-Stravaganza will be held.
At 10:30 there will be a special
Easter Festival Worship with
Holy Communion.
Leading these special serv-
ices will be Hope's pastor, the
Rev. Dean Pfeffer, assisted by
various members of Hope
Music under the direction of
Christine Mansell.
Call: 752-4622.

Faith Family Outreach Church
Faith Family Outreach
Church of Plant City, a multi-
cultural word-based faith
ministry, offers worship serv-
ices Sundays at 10 a.m. at 1214
W. Reynolds St., Suite No. 2.
Information: 752-2639 or
www.ffocpc.com.

Grace United Methodist
Grace United Methodist
Church, 1801 E. Cherry St.,
offers Sunday service at 9:30
and Sunday school at 11. Bible
study is Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
and Family Night is the third
Friday of each month at 6:30
p.m.
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Having A Ball: Youth Soccer League Reaches New Heights

THE PLANT CITY OPTIMIST LEAGUE HOSTS.NEARLY
1,700 CHILDREN, MANY OF THEM KIDS OF
PARENTS WHO HELPED START THE.PROGRAM.


News Report
With the number of teams
tearing the total number of
players from the first year of
he program, the Plant City
'arks and Recreation
)epartment/Optimist Youth
soccer season kicked off last
veek.
This year there are a total of
26 teams, 1,668 players
involved in making the pro-
,ram the largest for youth
athletics in Plant City.
A far cry from the beginning
vhen the programs began in
977 when there were 170
)layers in all.
"It's great to see past play-
xrs come back and now have
childrenn in the program," said
programm director Jack Hol-
and. "Some are coaching for
is. Having the second
generation out there means a
ot to us as it shows that the
program had a positive impact
:n them, and they want the
same for their children."
The regular season goes


through May 19 with all games
at the Otis Andrews Sports
Complex. There will be no
games this Saturday due to the
Easter Egg Hunt.
Each week there are 63
games played on 13 fields:
eight games on Tuesdays
(under 9s and a portion of the
U15 boys), eight on Thursdays
(rest of U15 boys and most of
U16 girls), then 47 on Saturday
with the rest of the age groups
participating.
Last week the U15 boys'
games included a four-goal
effort from Gerson A. Herrera
as the Seminoles beat the
Scorpions, 5-2.
Mauro Nolaso Jr. scored a
hat trick as the Scoundrels
topped the Sharks, 5-3.
In the U15 girls' league,
Christina Gutierrez had three
goals in the Sounders' 4-1 win
over the Stars.
Every team will play seven
regular-season contests.
Champions will be crowned at
the end of the season forUlO.
and older groups.


Photos courtesy of Plant City Parks & Recreation
A player from the Plant City 6-and-under boys' soccer team gets ready to begin the game with a
kickoff as three of his teammates watch from behind.


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A players from the Fleas of Plant City 6-and-under boys' soccer
team brings the ball up thefield with a teammate on the wing.


A player from the Plant City 6-and-under boys' soccer team dribbles across the midfield stripe
during a recent game.


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Think Plant City is ready for
its rematch with softball rival
Durant? Its head coach does-
n't even try to hide her team's
eagerness.
"Ever since the first game
ended, we've been preparing
to try and beat them," said
Heidi Kouveras.
Plant City fell 9-3 to the
Cougars on Feb. 28. It was the
Raiders' first loss of the
season.
Tonight's contest, at
Durant, is scheduled for 7
p.m.
Durant had not lost a game
this season as it entered play
this week. The Cougars began
a difficult schedule of three
games in three days. They
played Sarasota on Tuesday,
Gaither last night before facing
Plant City tonight.
If the Cougars beat Sarasota,
they will be 11-0 in the district,
thus clinching the top seed for
the 6A-8 tournament. A loss to
the Sailors, however, would
make tonight's match up a
battle for the first spot, if Plant
City beat last-place Lakeland.
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recorded a pair of impressive
victories to bounce back from
a winless Spring Fling tourna-
ment.
Megan Still, who was ill and
unable to pitch in the tourna-
ment, was tremendous as
Plant City beat East Bay, 4-1,
and then shut out Gaither, 2-
0.
Gaither entered Friday with
a 15-2 record on the season,
andf its starting. " pitcher,


Morgan Grove was 11-0. Both
Grove and Still were in con-
trol, as the game was scoreless
through six innings. Finally
the Raiders strung some hits
together in the seventh to get
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"From the fourth inning on
we had runners in scoring
position," Kouveras said. "We
kept pecking away and got
some two-out hits, which
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Still struck out 10 Cowboys
in the game as the Raiders
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The defense, a focal point in
practice of late, committed
only one error.
Kouveras said former Raidei
Christina DoVale, who also
played at Webber when Kou-
veras was the coach there, has
been helping the team by
pitching to them in practice.
She was especially helpful last
week as the Raiders went up
against East Bay's standout
freshman Kayla Cox.
Plant City plated three runs
in the first inning to get the
jump on East Bay. Still helped
herself with two RBIs and
Ashley Mohler added a pair oJ
hits.
Though it must be a tough
sell to his players, Cougar head
coach Matt Carter has been
preaching the "one game at a
time" approach rather than
making a big deal of the unde-
feated record.
Durant is ranked 10th in the
Class 6A state softball poll.
Durant's lone contest last
week was against first-year
softball squad Lennard and
the Cougars rolled to a 17-0.
Eleven different players
recorded a hit, led by Erika.
Wetherington's, 3-for-3, four-
RBI night.
Sarah Godheim drove in
three runs as Durant collected
its 18th consecutive victory.
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The Brooklyn Dropout byMerlReagle


NOTE: As you
may have heard,
22-year-old Tyler
Hinman won the
American Cross-
word Tournament
for the third year in
a row last week (no
one has ever won it
four times in a row).
And here's a puzzle
to mark the fact that
next year 's tilt will
take place in Brook-
lyn, N.Y., not in
Stamford, Conn.
(And after 30 years
I was just getting
used to the place.)

ACROSS
1 Call at home?
5 River bus
10 __Bulba
15 Jug chug
19 Bjom
contemporary
20 Building
support
21 Together
22 One-legged
captain
23 Aquariums?
26 Fish features
27 Nureyev film,
I__ Dancer
28 Shower
installation
29 Japanese dog
30 Coll. football
day, usually
31 Pocahontas's
hubby
33 Pretty much all
you need to
blow out a tire?


39 Article defranvais 101 What the
41 Part of the tab professor of
42 South side? methodology did?
43 JFK University city 105 Chefs hat
44 Toscanini et al. 109 Small soldier
48 Because, in Latin 110 Perrier rival
50 Airline that 111 "Sad to say"
Howard Hughes 113 Cologne
bought in '39 conjunction
51 Clock-change inits. 114 Aikido kin
52 What one dream said 116 High point in a


to the other dream?
58 Leo's locks
59 Morgue, for one
60 A wrap on the head
61 Shocked cries
62 Come this way?:
abbr.
63 Of the kidneys
65 Level
66 Pampering, briefly
67 Why standing
under a falling oak
is a bad idea?
73 Industrial container
74 Paparazzi target
75 Sub detector
76 Reactor monitor:
abbr.
78 Lucas lord
81 "The __ upon us"
83 Little drink
84 What's on your
mind
85 Slogan of Cape
Canaveral's main
bank?
89 Articulo en espahol
90 Column's end?
91 Mom's month
92 Most prying
93 Ship's flag
95 " official"
98 Dispenser
candy
100 Carmine


soprano's career?
120 Finished
121 Had the haddock
122 Narial assault
123 British gun
124 Private home?
125 Snow toys
126 Webfooted
weasel, sort of
127 Cookers

DOWN
1 Mysore
instrument
2 Hertz rival
3 Ultimate
4 Comics-page
scream
5 Poodle's name
6 Infamous virus
7 Lease anew
8 Coarse
9 Singer seen in
crosswords
10 Take on, as a job
11 More pallid
12 Cigar brand
13 Ex-Secretary
General
14 Part: abbr.
15 African
adventure
16 Toothpaste
ingredients
17 Author Fleming


18 Literary inits.
24 Bouillon brand
25 Smidge
30 Late arrival
32 Stroke of luck
34 Move carefully
35 Work hard
enough
36 Flat on the mat
37 Amount (to)
38 Rock tour info
40 Most disagreeable
44 Something for the
poor
45 Oven entree
46 Copier need
47 Bungee jump, e.g.
49 Reactor isotope
50 Aluminum siding:
slang
53 Passes slowly and
oppressively
54 Sportscaster
Collinsworth
55 Doesn't resist
56 Strands .
57 Soft-shell treat
63 Backdoor
illumination
64 Illuminated
66 Set a __ (use bait
to catch)
68 Car-jumper's first
name
69 Syrup brand
70 Wedding
71 Excessive
72 Bit of hair
77 Suffragist Carrie
78 __ parking
79 Appliance brand
80 Talks out of
81 On everyone's
A-list
82 Some cookies
84 Eye-part prefix


86 Ain't right?
87 Changes
color
88 Fly over
Rwanda?
94 Disregard
95 University town
near Santa Ana
96 Worked hard
97 Burns, in away
99 Extreme one
102 Harm's way
103 Brian of rock
104 Yucky guck


106 South American
capital
107 Not reached, as
goals
108 Utopias
112 __ cry
114 Much-tested one
115 Tanning letters
116 Extra-pt.
preludes
117 Schwarzoftoy
fame
118 Works on awall?
119 Kitchen meas.


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- GIVE THE GIFT OF PUZZLEMENT!
To order Merl's Sunday crossword collec-
tions (40 puzzles each) or his Sudoku book
(90 large-print easy-medium-hard puzzles),
send $11 per book (checks only, payable to
"PuzzleWorks") to: Crosswords, Box 15066,
Tampa FL 33684-5066. Please specify which
crossword volumes (1 thru 12, excluding 7).
Or visit www.sundaycrosswords.com.


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porate Book. (LLC w/ RECONDITIONED UNITS Nice condition with Middleman. New 50 yr entertainments. Fioor to choose. 813-976-L%6
iree Operatin Agree- You Deserve the Best warranty $200. Can finish warranty. I have METAL ROOFING - SAVE models & in-stock mer- www.quaftywicker.com
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reme Court Approved call Us: We Will Not Be Town & Country Realty
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vending route 813-926 $99900 (Was $124,900)
potential. 30 machines Coastal region. Wood-
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Power Win. Steering &
Door locks & Cruise,
$15,500 � 813-949-5478
FORD 2001 F250 white,
Superduty. lllk mi.
runs good. $6500
Call`813-436-1402

FORD 2005 Extra Cab 8'
bed, Tommy lift, rails
running brds, bed plate,
exc cond 14,500 mi, navi-
gation w/DVD. $21,500.
813-493-1722.
NISSAN 2006 Titan SE
Crew Cab, 37k miles,
super clean, tow pack-
age, loaded $21,495
obo. 813-235-3743.
TOYOTA 2003 TUNDRA-
LIMITED V8 4.7, 2WD X-
CAB, STEP SIDEB GREY
64K, LOCAL 1 OWNER, 6
CD TOW.PKG DENT
FREE- SCRATCH FREE
$12,900 813-671-4366

F.~k ,Buy-

( Trucks Heavy Duty
CHEVY 2003 Silverado
3500 ext cab, dually, 1
owner 40k, exc cond
w/3000 Ib cap liftgate.
$15,900 813-493-8200
FORD 2001 F-350 utility
truck. New motor under
warranty, 2yo trans air
compressor generator
$18,000 352-573-8646

Vans
DODGE 1997 Grand Cara-
van SE 89K mi, 5 doors)
auto, AM/FM, cass,ABS,
A/C cruise airbags,
pwr locks & winds., rear
A/C, rear win defrost,-
tow pkg, 2 sliding drs., 2
built-in child seats
$4,500 813-601-3447
DODGE 1998 Caravan LE.
Braun Handicapped
Drop. Fir Conversion,
51Kw/ Jazzy chair&
5th whli mount& more!
$16,500 813-715-6508
DODGE 2000 Grand Cara-
van, 33 V6, cruise pw,
p!, keyless entry, dual
air trr hitch 1 owner
vg cond. 98K mi $5300
obo. 813-948-0132
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" lowered floor,
wheelchair ramp & tie
downs, 22K miles. For
more info 727-492-1630




FORD I987-E150 cony.
van. Braun wheelchair
lift351 V8, 116K AC, AT,
--$2295. PDL, PW, PS, PB.
Call 813-881-1093 'P
-Find stock listings in
MoneySense.


[[ Vans "'I
GMC 2002 Savannah Ex-
plorer, Ltd Edition, hi-
top conv van, Ithr, load-
ed, exc cond, low miles
$18,500 813-299-8235
MERCURY 1994 Villager-
leather, sunroof, 7 pas-
senger,exc. cond.t
200k, $2750 Riverview
Call 813-476-6291
NISSAN 2005 Quest: 3.5
6cyl, 40k mi, all power
very clean, $16,995.
813-634-0793
FORD 1987 E150 conv.
van. Braun wheelchair
lift, 351 V8,116K AC, AT,
$2295. PDL, PW, PS, PB.
813-881-1093'

ILSports Utility Vehiclesl
CADILLAC 2003 Escalade
AWD, 6.0L, quad cptks,
snrf, 22" chrm whls,
loaded, sharp! 44Kmm
$2850d0 813-245-4660
CADILLAC 2007 Escalade,
SAWD, 7,300 Mi, Gold
pkg. Lojack, retiree
must self. Was $59.5k,
sell $47.5k. 727-460-5368
CHEVY 1988 Blazer; 4x4,
clean V6
$1,500 or trade,
S813-786-8154r
CHEVY 2003 TrailBlazer,
1 owner 175K Hwy
miles Wt, LS, w/pwr
CD, Good Cond. $5200
obo 813-493-8200
FORD 1985 Bronco nice
body, raised up large
wheels, 4WD, black &
red. $2200.
813-232-7863
FORD 1997 Explorer Ed-
die Bauer, very clean
runs great, sun roof,
fully loaded, leather.
$4500 obo. 813-837-4999
FORD 2004 Explorer XLT
1 owner, 130k hwy mi,
white power, CD. good
cond $7900 obo 727/
410-5990/863-425-4420
HUMMER 2006 H2, black
on black, 4k miles, with
luxury package, DVD,
3rd seat, navigation
system asking $48,500
obo.813-383-7635.
JEEP 1989 Cherokee, red,
automatic, 4x4, with
tow pkg., good condi-
tion, new tires $3800
Call 813-205-9997
JEEP 1998 Grand Chero-
kee, Good condition
4wd.$4200
863-644-3535 or 863-
670-9170 Cell
JEEP 1999 Cherokee 2 dr,
SE, 4WD, 5 spd. manual,
cloth seats green ext
cruise. 120k mi. $510si
Must Sell! 813-662-5914
LEXUS 2002 RX300, Load-
ed, Exc Cond. Gold,
54,500 Miles, $19,500
Steve
813-263-6092
Mercedes Benz 2002
ML320 auto. 48k, load-
ed 3yr ext warr fact
DVD. Exc cond. $18,500
obo 813-434-7394
TOYOTA 2003 RAV4: 54k
miles metallic blue,
excellent condition,
15,000 obo.
813-235-5569
Motoycles
2004 HD Road King Cus-
tom, Touring pack, sis-
sy bar, HD radio, neon
engine lights, to many
extras to list Under
warranty, low miles
$16,500. 813-737-6434
CASH paid for junk mo-
Storcycles. We pay up to
$200 cash for any cycle
running or not. ine
cycle.com 727-247-8785
CHEVY 1994 Cavalier
Great condition, brand
new tires and interior,
white, 4 door runs exc
$2800 813-817-9760
Turn to Classifieds - you
can bank on our bargains.


Motorcycles
HARLEY Davidson 2004
Roadking Custom Paint
ext warr, tire and rim
warr. 6200 miles $18,500
(813)-833-8973,
(813) 645-8635
HARLEY Davidson 2006
883XL Colbalt blue, ex-
tras, tire and rim warr.
60 miles, must sell
(813)833-8973
(813) 645-8635
HARLEY Davidson 1998
Dyna lowrider, garage
kept, not ridden much
in last 5 yrs. <6k miles.
$10,000 813-263-2531
YAMAHA 2003 Roadstar
Silverao.- garaged, 1
owner like new, 6k mi.,
incl. $2000 in access.
$9,500 Call 813-907-3223
YAMAHA 2005 Midnight
Silverado 1700, Mus-
tang seat w/ ride & pas-
senger back rest Less
than 5,000 miles, lots of
extras, like new $9,250
OBO call 813-671-9687
or 813-731-5038.

J( 'Golf Carts ]
Golf Cart Club car EZ-Go
Yamaha, 48v, electric, hi-
speed, 4 passenger, gas,
From $999& up. LV msg.
352-279-8017
GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers, parts all
related. 813-645-4515
or 813-484-9855 Ruskin

[(uooiles Wanted]
BUYING autos, any & all,
Cash in your hands,
running or not Fast free
dependable pickup.
24/7
2 813-610-7887 V
$$$CASH$%
For Cars Trucks &
Vans Any Price/Any
Time CALL ME FIRST!
727-505-3882
CASH on the Barrel for
autos, running or not
Will come pick them up
paying more Call Rob
813-610-1535 24/7
CASH ON THE SPOT
Cars, Trucks, Vans
Running Or Not
Free Pick Up, 24/7
813-416-1082

For Junk Cars
Now buying 70's
Toyota/Mazda
727-364-5125
WANTED
Dead or Alive
Cars Trucks & Vans.
Cash Paid. Free Pick Up.
813-389-3048

Claic&Es & Antiques]
FORD 1959 Galaxy Sedan,
2 dr, red/white runs
looks good, auto trans
352 engine. $6,000
813-728-6442
FORD 1965 Mustang Con-
vertible, restoration in
process, minimum
7000 offers accepted.
Call 813-956-5428
FORD 1967Mustang, red
convertible. Excellent
shape, runs great, V6,
Pioneer CD in glove box
$16,500.813-368-3.888
PORSCHE 1961 356B Re-
storation started w/
1964 rebuilt engine &
carbs. No rust $15,000
813-368-6905
i les for Sale)
ACURA 1997 3.0CL 103K-
mi., 1 owner, 100%
dealer serviced, sun-
roof CD pwr windows.
$5500 813-220-8693
BMW 2003 525i Silver
with M Sports Package.
Extended BMW warran-
ty. Excellent condition,
leather, 6 CD player, tint-
ing, $21,900 obo. Rick
813-263-4473. .
TBO.com,
Keyword: CareerSeeker


I([Automobiles-for sale)
CHEVY 2001 Monte Carlo
Limited Edition Dale
Earnhardt Pace Car Ed.
exceptional cond. w/
19.5K orig. mi. All intl
ext. options avail, incl.
racing stripes & 3 car
decas. $18K obo. 813-
995-2574/ 813-376-6066.
CHRYSLER 2001 PT Cruis-
er Ltd Edition: Fully
equip'd, auto, sunroof,
Jra /ray leather int,
6,' or200b 813-841-287
CORVETTE 1978 25th
Anniv, 80% restored w/
new parts, stunning
looks, all invoices,
$14,960. 813-385-1673
CORVETTE 1998, black.
red int chrome wheels,
93K mi. EXC. COND.
$15,200.813-232-5253.
t D # 2083068



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Help Children And
Their Families Suffering
From Cancer. Free
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CHILDREN FIGHTING
DIABETES. Tax deducti-
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need not run.
Please call Juvenile Dia-
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FORD 1993 Crown Victo-
ria, V8,pw, pdl, ps, runs
813-598-40i9
FORD 1993 MUSTANG
Conv. 4 cyl, AT 70k.
New tires. Must See to
Appreciate $4000. 863-
868-3479 Web#2073345



FORD 1998 Mustang GT


lots of new parts treat-
ed w/Iove, 127k miles.
$8,00.813-737-3929.
FORD 2001 Focus ZX3
72K mi, 5-Spd, CD,
cruise, pwr locks, &
windows, One owner,
Very clean New AC
$4900 OBD
(813)394-9177
FORD 2004 Mustang
Mach 1,40th anniv, red,
loaded, automatic, Ithr,
21k mi, garage kept,
$18,500.813-299-8235
FORD 2006 Focus ZX3 SE,
auto, cruise, tilt, power,
13k mi, 33 mpg warran-
6like new, 600 obo

FORD 2006 Mustang: Pre-
mium pkg, V6, silver
color, wired leather in-
terior low miles,
$16,500,863-701-0668
HONDA 1992 Accord
$370 Police Impounds!
for listing,
Call 1-800-366-9813
ext C752

HONDA 1999 Accord,
87000 mi, 2 door(s)
auto transmission,
black,cruisefullno
accidentrust sell,
mk66ss) yahoo.com
(31)4,78-8888

HONDA A200uccord EX
4dor,a dt k blue, 69K
mi CD changer, good
cond Pwr win, keyess.
$9600 813-249-8418 v
HONDA 2004 Civic EX
34kmi,4 dr, auto, A/C,
CD, cruise, sunroof, tint,
full pwr, Ex. Cond
$13,900 (813) 494-9788
HONDA 2005 Civic VP-
good cond. 50k mi., one
owner, Gray in color,
asking $9900 Call 352-
398-5947


AuetoSobiles for ale)
HYUNDAI 1999 Sonata
GLS- White w/Tan
cloth int, V6, pwr 144k -
mi. good cond. $2900
Call 813-671-8975
INFINITI 1994 045, exc
int, tires motor &
transom, loaded all pwr
inci 2-way sunrf, low
mi. rear axil bent $1K
obo. 813-695-5490
INNTm 2003 G35, silver,
sport prem pkg, thr,
di, 17alloy, 1 owner,
garaged, exc cond.
$21,900. 813-758-8999
INFINITI 2005 635 Coupe:
Aero. pkg, garage-kept
16k miles, silver, black
leather, manuel, 100k
wty, $31k, 813-684-3262
JAGUAR 2003 X Type, 22K
mi, silver w/lthr int, sun
roof, mint cond. 1 Own-
er non smoker $18,000
OBO 813-404-6172
KIA 2006 Rio LX,
17K mi, auto one owner,
priced below KBB,
,Warran 8750.

LAND ROVER 2006
Range Rover 30K, auto
White w/ Tan, VERY
clean in &'out, 22" rims
SAT radio, NAV w
Camera $62K obo MUST
SELL! 813-919-8997
L EXUS 1998 400- 50k mi.,
White Pearl w/beige
int, new battery, exc.
cond. best offer over
$15,000 813-633-8728


, biles for Sale)
LEXUS 1999 LS400- Dia-
mond White, one
owner, 75k mi., have all
service records $16,900
Call 727-235-4324
LEXUS 2001 IS300 MINT
COND. extendedwmrnty
for 100K mi, Dk Green
w/Tan Int auto, 74K mi,
$14,600. 813-684-7310
LEXUS 2002 LS430-
White, one owner, 55k
miles like new, private
party, asking $28,500
Lake'and 863-683-6863
LEXUS 2002 RX300 white
w/tan Ithr int, 92K mi.,
sunroof, 6 CD changer
AWD, Sirius S. exc. condo
$17,500 410-320-5817
LEXUS 2004 ES 330 4 door
sedan, white garage
kept, immaculate con-
dition, 39,000 original
miles all records.
$23,060 obo.
13-909-2453 after 5pm.
LEXUS 2004 LS 430 1
owner, prem pkg, 34K,
chrome whis, new tires,
fac wrty. Immaculate.
$36,000. 813-220-5204
MAZDA 1990 RX7 conv.
vg cond, 106K miles, 5
speed, AC, PW Lthr
Pioneer AM/FM/CD,
$3850 813-732-4104
MAZDA 1998 626 LX,
leather interior new
transmission 132k mi.
automatic $3000 obo.
813-654-2528.


(Automobiles for Sale)
MAZDA 2004 6 28K
miles, fully loaded, new
tires, stilf has factory
warranty $18K
Call 352-984-0887

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MERCEDES 1985 420SEL
2nd owner exc shape,
130k cold air, mech
sound $2900 obo 813-
988-1212 ID 2075448
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MERCEDES 1999 230 SLK,
convertible, 2 seater,
w/hard top runs great,
recent tune up. $16,000
813-948-3760
MERCEDES 2002 C230
Kompressor: Black,
coupe, 95k mi, auto,
beautiful pwr $12,200
Obo. 813-482-1907
NISSAN 1996 Altima
$700 Police Impounds!
for listing,
Call 1-800-366-9813
ext 4124
OLDS 1995 Cutlass SupS
2dr, Loaded Leather,
Cold AC, Ex. Cond.
$3,500 813-679-4573
813-223-6725
SUBARU 1999 Outback
Wagon, Loaded.
Excellent condition. 1
owner, 90K. Asking
$7950. 813-623-2095.


I(Automobiles for Sale]
SUZUKI 2006 Forenza-
only has 2900 miles,
under factory warranty,
like new $10,800
Call 813-277-4039
TOYOTA 1999 Solara SLE
V6, Automatic Fully
Loaded, Less than 55k
mi. Excellent condition.
$10,500obo727-869-8284
VW 2004 Turbo Conv't
red, black top, all Ithr,
all power, non-smoker,
garaged, 33K ml, mint
$16,80. 813-785-2718
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partner for all phases of labor and delivery,
It covers emotional issues, relaxation and
breathing exercises, and feeding and caring
for your new baby. The sixth class contains
information previously given out during our
Baby Care Classes. Must register to attend;
maximum 8 couples,

April 14
8am-12pm
Administrative Conference Room
Cost: Free


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This course
teaches new
parents what to
expect after the
delivery of their
newborn.

April14
1!2pm
Administrative
Conference Room
Cost: Free


Gain confidence with breastfeeding. This
education and support class will help,
whether you are currently breastfeeding
or planning to breastfeed. Maximum 10
participants.

April 14
2-3pm
Administrative Conference Room
Cost: Free


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Must register to attend. Pre-payment required.
S . . New certification only: Monday, April 9, 6-1 Opm

No appointment necessary. Recertification only: Monday, May 7, 6-8:30pm
Every Tuesday, 1-2pm Community Conference Room
Hospital Main Lobby Cost: $38 (includes book and card)


TC/HDL/Glucose
No fasting required.
No appointment necessary.
4th Tuesday of every month
1-3pm
Hospital Main Lobby
Cost: $20


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The Heart Saver AED course teaches the basic
techniques of adult CPR and use of an automated
external defibrillator. Students also learn about
using barrier devices in CPR and giving first aid
for choking. The course teaches how to recognize
the signs of four major emergencies: heart attack,
stroke, cardiac arrest and foreign-body airway
obstruction. For more information and to register,
please contact the Call Center at (813) 754-4444.
Saturday, April 21, 8- lOam
Community Conference Room
Cost: $25


Bereaved Parents of the USA will host a support
group meeting. There will be times for mothers
and fathers to share together and separately.
Call Anita Pippin at (813) 362-6972 for this
class only.
4th Thursday of the month at 7pm
Cafeteia Conference Room



Four out of five car seats are installed
incorrectly. Is yours one of them? Come find
out. By appointment only on these dates:
Monday, April 23, 9am- 1pm
Wednesday. April 25, 10am-2pm
Monday, April 30, lOam-2pm
Community Health Resource Center
Hospital Main Lobby


For information, registration or physician referral, call (813) 754-4444 unless otherwise noted.
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St., Plant City, FL 33563


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