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Volume XXXV,No. 10 June 13, 2013 www.TBNweekly.com 061313TUESDAY, JUNE 18 @ NOONPERKINS RESTAURANT8841 PARK BLVD., LARGO 33777Seminole St. Petersburg Clearwater To A FREE Lunch & LearnYOURE INVITEDCALL NOW to RSVP727-393-3775 011713Lowest Mortgages In Fifty Years!727-394-2265Theres No Place Like Home. 13611 Park Blvd. Suite G, Seminole 475-7866Look for our ad in this edition!061313Nadia ONeal, D.D.S., P.A. Call Today For All Your Dental Needs After a delay due to Tropical Storm Andrea, which prevented graduation from happening at Bright House Field on June 6 as planned, Seminole High School and its 479 graduates officiallycommenced graduationceremonies on June 7at Indian Rocks Baptist Church. Left, at the end of the ceremony, graduates celebrated by throwing their caps into the air. Covaledictorians Jonathen Settle (pictured below) and Joseph Sinibaldi, as well as Salutatorian Kendyll Coxen and Class President Carter Fish addressed the class of 2013 during the ceremony.Class of 2013VIEWPOINTSTom GermondColumnist is at war with words. P a g e 1 5 A Iconic property for saleFormer Seminole Boulevard home of Orange Blossom Groves is up for grabs By TIFFANY RAZZANOSEMINOLE The family of citrus king Al Repetto, who died last July, has put the iconic property that was once home to his Orange Blossom Groves up for sale. The property, 5800 Seminole Blvd., which was put on the market last week, consists of six parcels of land totaling 9.2 acres, and is listed at $2.9 million, said Realtor Sandy Hartmann, who is handling the sale. Each parcel is zoned separately for its own land use. Five commercial lots, with a frontage on Seminole Boulevard, total 2.2 acres. It includes a 21,400-square-foot building as well as a 1,595square-foot office and 3,900-square-foot retail store. Abutting the commercial land to the west are 7 acres formerly a small orange grove, Hartmann said zoned for residential use. Currently, Florida Citrus Country leases the commercial space and operates on the property on a seasonal basis, continuing the tradition of Repettos infamous orange-vanilla swirl ice cream, produce stands, and small gifts. Within the first week of the property being listed, Hartmann received half a dozen inquiries regarding the land, she said. Roger Edelman, president of the Seminole Chamber of Commerce, said hes heard of two proposals for the property so far. One would permit a fairly high density development in the back portion and a group of stores in the commercial front portion, he said. He added, The citys going to have a tough time with that one. In my opinion, I dont think it would go down. The second plan, he said, features a less dense Features Classieds . . . . . . . . .7-9B Community . . . . . . . . .18A County . . . . . . . . .14, 16A Entertainment . . . . . .1-6, 10B Faith & Family . . . . . . . .12A Health . . . . . . . . . . . .9A Just for fun . . . . . . . . . .2B Pet Connection . . . . . . . .13A Police . . . . . . . . . . . .8A Real Estate . . . . . . . . .10A Schools . . . . . . . . . . .6-7A Seminole . . . . . . . . . .3-4A Sports . . . . . . . . . . .11A State . . . . . . . . . . . .17A Viewpoints . . . . . . . . . .15A Call 397-5563 For News & Advertising The Seminole Chamber of Commerce celebrated the end of the school year with its 34th annual Kids Appreciation Day June 5 at Seminole City Park. ... Page 7A.COMMUNITY See ORANGE BLOSSOM, page 4AHomes see increase in value Property appraiser estimates a 3 percent increase countywide. ... Page 16A. Get the scoop about all the new movies opening in theaters. See Diversions.... Page 1B.This is the End, Man of Steel open this weekend in Pinellas SEMINOLEFree CPR, first aid classes offeredSeminole Fire Rescue will offer a free CPR class on Wednesday, June 12, 7 p.m., and basic first aid class on Wednesday, June 26, 7 p.m. Both classes will be held at Fire Station 29, 70th Avenue and 113th Street. . P a g e 3 A SCHOOLSStudents test first responder skillsPicture it: a tornado touches down in a town with a chemical plant, wreaking havoc on its residents. With tornadoes in Oklahoma and an explosion at a fertilizer plant in Texas dominating the news in recent months, it sounds like something ripped right from the headlines. But really its the emergency scenario drill simulated by the Pinellas Park High Schools First Responders Program first graduating class on May 23. . P a g e 6 A FAITH & FAMILYMom 2 MomAs we get ready for the summer, I love to find fun stuff to do with the kids thats inexpensive and sometimes even educational. . P a g e 1 2 A COUNTYBishop talks disaster planningHer job keeps her up at night. Making plans for nearly a million people if disaster were to strike is a big responsibility. Sally Bishop, director of Pinellas Countys emergency management, updated County Commissioners June 4 on emerging plans for the upcoming hurricane season.. . P a g e 1 4 A Photos by BRADLEY RICHARDSONLeft, graduate Olivia Borys, center, anxiously waits to hear her name as her classmates are called up to the stage to receive their diplomas. Below, graduating seniors from the Seminole Singers chorus ensemble performed Sunrise, Sunset from Fiddler on the Roof and "100 Years.Roper retires after 41 years By TIFFANY RAZZANO SEMINOLE After 28 seasons with the Warhawks, Sam Roper stepped down from his position as head coach of Seminole High Schools football team this past April. Following a month-and-ahalf long search that left eight contenders vying to fill Ropers shoes, the selection committee hired Chris Miller, former head coach of Admiral Farragut in St. Petersburg. Now Miller is gearing up for his first season leading the team. Roper, 65, will continue to teach drivers education at the high school, and said he only relinquished his coaching duties to spend more time with his family. Im the caregiver for my Mom and Dad, he said. Im the only child, so its my responsibility. Im not sure people really realize what a coach goes through and the number of hours they put in, the hours they spend away from home, the hours they put into somebody elses kid and not their own. Seminole wont be alone in feeling the loss of Roper he was a mainstay of the Pinellas football community. In addition to coaching high school football in the county for 41 years, Roper founded the Pinellas Suncoast Coaches Association and played a key role in the formation of the countys senior all-star game in 1993. While growing up, Roper played football for Clearwater High School under head coach Earl Brown. He graduated in 1966 and went on to attend the University of West Florida in Pensacola. Football wasnt on his radar during college, though, he said, because high school students then had a much different mindset than they do today. Back when we got out of high school there was the Vietnam War, so there were a lot of other things going on, he said. Plus, when you were in high school back in the s, once you got out you went straight to having a job. They didnt push college.After he graduated from UWF in 1972, Brown, Ropers former high school coach, brought him on to help with the varsity and junior varsity football teams at See ROPER, page 4A Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


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She says, the "atmosphere is nice and everyone is friendly. A husband and wife team, Doug and Ellen Leber, were the most enthusiastic; they came to bingo after Ellen lost interest in bowling. "We love this church, and I'm Jewish! We love Gabe (the pastor, Rev. Gabe Oberholzer), love the people," Ellen said. "Of all the bingos, this is the warmest, most cohesive." Player Eunice Marrell agrees. She even comes early each week to get a center table and play cards with a friend before the bingo games begin. The success of Chapel on the Hills bingo program is due, in large part, to the wonderful volunteers who staff the games. "We like the people who come here," said Bingo-on-the-Hill manager Sheryl Arehart, "and we try to make it fun, holding anniversary parties, dressing up for Halloween, and staging special events. Player Shirley Romanazzi can attest to that. She was the first one in the door the last Wednesday in August of 2009 when the church started bingo, and she received a bouquet of flowers. "I've been coming ever since. The atmosphere is great; the people are great, the callers are great." Winning is part of the fun and the challenge, but it does not appear to be everything. Socializing and a good deal are part of the allure. Players get free coffee and donuts and can bring their own lunches or buy a hamburger, cheeseburger, or hot dog and chips for $3. Drinks are extra. Games run from noon until 2 p.m. every Wednesday. Many come early to get settled in, visit with friends they have made, and play the early bird game. The number of players varies, usually going up in the winter months and slowing down some during spring and summer. Most of the players are women, but there are some men, like Joe DiMartino, who comes with his daughter each week. 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Around SeminoleSeminole Chiefs Football and Cheerleading registration underwaySEMINOLE Registration has started for the Seminole Chiefs Football and Cheerleading fall season. Upcoming registration dates include Saturdays, July 6 and 13, 10 a.m. to noon, and Wednesdays, June 19, and July 10 and 17, 6 to 8 p.m. Registration will take place at the Chiefs office, 12100 90th Ave. Cost is $185 for the first child and $135 for each additional child. Parents must pay at least $55 per child at the time of registration. For more information, visit www.seminolechiefs.org.Free basic CPR and first aid classes offeredSEMINOLE Seminole Fire Rescue will offer a free CPR class on Wednesday, June 12, 7 p.m., and basic first aid class on Wednesday, June 26, 7 p.m. Both classes will be held at Fire Station 29, 70th Avenue and 113th Street. These classes are designed to help provide a rescuer the confidence to help during an emergency situation. The classes are easy to understand and focus on the skills required to help save a life. Classes are not intended for professional certifications, but for the average individual. Call 393-8711, ext. 210 for advance registration and information.Chamber mixer setLARGO The Seminole Chamber of Commerce will hold its next mixer on Thursday, June 13, 5 to 7 p.m., at the Florida Gulf Coast Center for Fishing & Interactive Museum, 12211 Walsingham Rd. For more information, call 392-3245 or visit www.seminolecham ber.net. Flicks N Fins Family Fun Night plannedSEMINOLE The Seminole Recreation Division presents Flicks N Fins Family Fun Night on Friday, June 14, 7 p.m., at Seminole Aquatics, 9100 113th St. This months movie is The Amazing Spider-Man. Call 391-8345 for more information. Meet Seminole Mayor Leslie WatersSEMINOLE Seminole Mayor Leslie Waters will be available to meet with citizens at Chick-fil-A, Seminole Plaza, 10790 Park Blvd., on Tuesday, June 18, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., during the fast food restaurants family night event. Citizens are invited to stop by to meet the mayor and share any input and opinions they have. Chick-fil-A will provide fun for the kids, including face painting, craft activities sponsored by Seminole Home Depot and a free kids size Icedream with toppings. For more information, email lwaters@myseminole.com. Chamber to host Power LuncheonPINELLAS PARK The Seminole Chamber of Commerce will host its next Power Luncheon on Thursday, June 20, 11:30 a.m., at Banquet Masters, 8100 Park Blvd. A panel featuring Greg Holman, Eckerd; Eric Beck, Bouchard Insurance; and Sgt. Denise Nester and Sgt. Dan Zsido, Pinellas County Sheriffs Office narcotics unit, will tackle The Prescription Drug Epidemic and How It Affects Businesses. Cost is $15 per person. Reservations required. Call 392-3245 to RSVP.Womens Leadership Council Meeting setSEMINOLE The Seminole Chamber of Commerce will hold its Womens Leadership Council Meeting on Thursday, June 27, 8 a.m., at the chamber office, 7985 113th St. N., Suite 208. Guest speaker business consultant Barbara Dandro will speak on Developing Positive Potential. This free event is open to all business professionals. Call 392-3245 for more information.Tri If You Dare Kids Triathlon setSEMINOLE The Seminole Recreation Department will hold its ninth annual Tri If You Dare Kids Triathlon on Sunday, June 30, starting at 7:15 a.m., at the Holland G. Mangum Recreation Complex, 9100 113th St. N. Ages 5 and 6 run 1/4 mile, bike 1 mile and swim 25 yards. Ages 7 to 10 run 1/2 mile, bike 2 miles and swim 100 yards. Ages 11 to 15 run 1 mile, bike 4 miles and swim 150 yards. See AROUND SEMINOLE, page 4A Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


4A Seminole Seminole Beacon, June 13, 2013 AROUND SEMINOLE, from page 3AClearwater High. Eventually, he was asked to join the varsity staff as a full-time coach, rising up the ranks, taking on various responsibilities, including coaching the offensive and defensive lines. Roper took on the role of head coach at Seminole High School in 1985. He was only the third head coach in the schools history. That first season, he began with aroster of 95, but because of injuries the number dropped to about 60 he said. I knew I had my work cut out for me to try to turn things around, he said. During his tenure at SHS, the team went undefeated, 10 0, twice in 1999 and 2001 and had two 8-2 seasons 2000 and 2002. His overall record was 116 174. He also led the team to five playoff appearances and three district championships. Win or lose, no matter his coaching record, the most important thing for Roper is the impact hes had on his players and the personal connection he maintains with them. Coach Roper is not just a coach to his players, but he is also a friend to us all, wrote former player Brett Farmer, a 2002 graduate, in a 2012-2013 season program celebrating the 50th anniversary of SHS football. He doesnt just sit back and be a regular coach; he tries to interact with his players and be there in a time of need. He is there to help all of us with our problems. DQwell Jackson, a 2002 SHS graduate who went on to play professionally for the Cleveland Browns, agrees. [Ropers] truly a man of his word who looks out for his players and coaches on and off the field, Jackson wrote in the program. Personally, I can talk to him at any time regardless of the circumstances because hes that type of person. Roper has also taught in the county throughout his coaching career. His first teaching position was as a physical education teacher at Highport Elementary School in Clearwater. Then in 1976, he became the time-out room counselor at Clearwater High School. When he took over as coach of the Warhawks Roper moved back to physical education for several years, teaching weightlifting classes at SHS. In 1990, he switched to drivers education, which he has taught ever since. Roper said his retirement from coaching is bittersweet. Its been a great experience, he said. But I feel like its time to move on, time for me to do some other things. Now, Miller is ready to take over, but not before acknowledging Ropers legacy. Ive known Sam for 10 years, he said. I have absolute respect for him and what hes done for football in Pinellas. Hes a legend. Miller said he plans to hold a Sam Roper Day sometime this fall. A 2000 graduate of Admiral Farragut, Miller coached at Clearwater Central Catholic while attending the University of Tampa. Miller returned to his alma mater to teach history and to coach in 2003. And after Admiral Farragut went through two coaches in two years, Miller was named head coach. Photo courtesy of JAMES P. GRAHAM IIISam Roper, center, stepped down from his position as head football coach at Seminole High School after 28 seasons. Hes coached high school football in Pinellas County for 41 years.Farragut was never a football school, he said. We only won five games during my high school career. Miller helped refocus the program and turn the team around, ending with a 48 30 record. He led the team to four playoff appearances in eight years and in 2011, the team made it all the way to the state championship game, where it was runnerup. Now he hopes to bring this magic touch to Seminole High School, which ended last season with a 2 8 record. I have to start with getting the players and parents excited, he said. Then well go from there. ROPER, from page 1A ORANGE BLOSSOM, from page 1Aresidential development and focuses more on the commercial possibilities of the property. Florida Citrus Country has expressed an interest in purchasing the commercially zoned land should another developer step forward to purchase the residential lot, Hartmann said. If sold separately, the asking price of the commercial portion is $1.35 million and $1.55 million for the residential land. The family would break up the property. But it would need to be timed right, Hartmann said, because the sales would have to be closed simultaneously. The ideal scenario, Edelman said, would be if a low-density residential development was built on the back lot, Florida Citrus Country stays where it is, and new commercial developments were built up around it. I think this would fit nicely with the model of what the city is trying to do, Edelman said. And from a tourist standpoint, a lot of tourists come here looking for that spot. It would be great if it stayed put. Gretchen Cain, the chambers chief of operations, added, Citrus Country has a certain charm and appeal for tourists. It represents old Florida. Al Repetto opened Orange Blossom Groves on Seminole Boulevard with his uncle, Charles Bud Hutchison, in Jonathan Hart, 15, son of Cory and Jeanne Hart of Seminole, has been awarded the rank of Eagle Scout. His accomplishment was celebrated in a Court of Honor on June 1 at Seminole United Methodist Church. Jonathan Hart is a member of Troop 340, sponsored by Seminole United Methodist Church Mens Club. Hart, a ninth-grader at Osceola Fundamental High School, refurbished the churchs nursery room.New Eagle Scout At the library At the librarySEMINOLE The following programs are scheduled at the Seminole Community Library, 9200 113th St., this week: A d u l t p r o g r a m s C i n e m a a t S u n d o w n Thursdays, June 13, 6:30 p.m. Free popcorn and soda. P i n e l l a s O p e r a L e a g u e Sunday, June 16, 1:30 p.m. T h e S t o n e S o u p G r o u p / C o u p o n E x c h a n g e Mondays, June 17, 1 to 3 p.m. Bring your extra coupons, low/no cost activities, recipes and more. B o o k d i s c u s s i o n s B a c k w a r d T r a v e l e r s H i s t o r i c a l F i c t i o n B o o k D i s c u s s i o n Tuesday, June 18, 2 p.m., Sandcastle Girls, by Chris Bohjalian. C h i l d r e n s p r o g r a m s D i g i n t o R e a d i n g C r a f t S u n d a y Sundays, June 16, 23 and 30, 1:30 4 p.m. Weekly themed make-and-take craft. J u m p i n & J a m m i n for elementary-aged children, Mondays, June 17, 10:30 a.m. L i t t l e D i g g e r s S t o r y T i m e 18 to 36 months, Tuesdays, June 18, 10:30 a.m. B i g D i g g e r s S t o r y T i m e ages 3 to 5, Tuesdays, June 18, 11:30 a.m. T w e e n T u e s d a y s grades 5-7, Tuesdays, June 18, 2 to 3 p.m. Games, crafts, drama, guest speakers and more each week. D i g o l o g y elementary age and family, Tuesdays, June 18, 7 p.m. A program of books, games, science experiments, crafts and more. Photo by SANDY HARTMANNFlorida Citrus Country currently leases the commercial space at 5800 Seminole Boulevard and opens seasonally.Photo courtesy of SEMINOLE HISTORICAL SOCIETYThis undated postcard depicts what Orange Blossom Groves looked like in its earlier years.Photo courtesy of SEMINOLE HISTORICAL SOCIETYAl Repetto1946. At the time, this land was considered to be part of Largo. When they first opened, my father was attending [the University of South Florida.] My grandmother wanted him to be an engineer, said Sandy Miller, Repettos daughter. But the family owned many orange groves and his uncle called him back home to enter the thriving citrus business, she said. Eventually, they expanded to build a second storefront on U.S. Highway 19 in Largo in the early 1950s. Miller recalled her father as the muscle of the business, spending many hours in the fields. He was a hands-on grower, she said. He just loved agriculture. Orange Blossom Groves was forced to shut its doors in 2005, after the familys 270acre grove in Ruskin succumbed to citrus canker. Miller and her siblings, as well as her own children, grew up on the property, and have fond memories of the community-oriented business and its customers. People would come and meet with friends. Thats what I remember the most. There was always someone you knew there, she said. We wouldnt have been anything without our customers. She added, The decision to sell the land was tough. If we could do it all over again, we would. If I could open back up tomorrow, I would. It was a great place to grow up. Entry fee is $35. For more information, contact Jim Sheets at 687-6948 or visit www.myseminole.com/tri.htmBauder Summer Science Camp set for JulySEMINOLE Bauder Elementary School, 12755 86th Ave. N., will hold its 12th annual Summer Science Camp Monday, July 8 through Thursday, July 11, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The camp, geared toward students in grades K through 5, will feature hands-on science activities studying earth, life and physical science, computer technology, arts and crafts, and outdoor games. Bauder teachers will be the camp counselors. Fee is $125 and includes a T-shirt. Space is limited to 125 students. All proceeds will benefit the 2013-2014 school year. For more information, call 547-7829.Back to School/Blood Drive setSEMINOLE Direct Auto Insurance, 11208 Park Blvd., is sponsoring its second annual Back to School/Blood Drive on Thursday, July 11, noon to 4 p.m. Donations of school supplies such as paper, pencils, crayons, colored pencils, scissors and glue to be put in the backpack/book bags that will be donated to local needy students are requested. There also will be food, drinks and prizes. Drop off donations or call to have them picked up. For more information, call 392-2274.Reunion planned for SHS Classes of and SEMINOLE The 25-year reunion for the Seminole High School classes of 1987 and 1988 will take place Saturday, July 13, 7 to 11 p.m., at the Marriott Sand Key Resort, 1201 Gulf Blvd., Clearwater. Tickets are $65 per person and must be purchased by June 30.Visit www.seminolehigh1988.com or call Tracey Reynolds Staack at 744-0881 for more information.Seminole Recreation offers summer specialty campsSEMINOLE Seminole Recreation is offering a variety of summer camps at the Seminole Recreation Center, 9100 113th St. N. Camp specialties, dates, times and prices vary. Specialty camps include beginning and advanced racquetball, baton/cheerleading, aquatic activities, basketball, musical theater, soccer, triathlon, Okinawan karate, princess ballerina, archery, hip hop, volleyball, earth science and cheer/dance. Registration required. Must have a valid Seminole Recreation membership to participate. For information on dates and costs, call 391-8345.City summer camp registration beginsSEMINOLE The City of Seminole Recreation Division is now accepting applications for its preschool, elementary, and middle school summer camp programs. Each camp offers a variety of activities, including active games, sports, group games, art projects, and swimming. Kidventures is for children who have completed kindergarten through fifth grade. This camp swims three times per week and attends one field trip weekly. Teen Extreme is for youth completing sixth through ninth grade and attends two field trips each week. A valid rec card and 50 percent deposit is required at time of enrollment. The recreation center accepts cash, checks, and credit as forms of payment. For more information, call 391-8345.SYAA hosts summer soccer campsSEMINOLE The Seminole Youth Athletic Association hosts several camps at the SYAA Sports Complex, 12100 90th Ave., this summer. The Challenger British Soccer Camp takes place Monday, June 17, through Friday, June 21. British coaches fly over to the United States to coach these camps. Camp programs include a free ball and shirt. Cost for mini two-hour camps, 9 to 11 a.m., for ages 3 through 5 is $100; half-day camps, 9 a.m. to noon, are available for players ages 6 through 14 for $130; and full-day camps, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., are available for players 6 through 14 for $180. The TetraBrazil Soccer Camp takes place Monday, July 8 through Friday, July 12. The camp brings Brazilian coaches to America to teach the sport. Each camper will receive a free ball, shirt and TetraBrazil game jersey. Half-day camp, 9 a.m. to noon, for ages 6 through 14 costs $148; and full-day camps, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., for ages 6 through 14, cost $199. For more information, visit www.syaa-soccer.comKiwanis Breakfast Club meets Tuesday morningsLARGO The Kiwanis Breakfast Club of Seminole meets Tuesdays at 7:15 a.m. in the third floor card room at Lake Seminole Square, 8333 Seminole Blvd. On the second, third and fourth Tuesdays of the month, the group features speakers from different organizations. Visit kiwanisseminolebreakfast.com or call 319-8343 for more information.High schools seek mentorsSEMINOLE Osceola Fundamental High School and Seminole High School are in need of mentors for students. Training will be provided by Pinellas County Schools. A goal of a mentor is to guide, support and empower students as they begin to understand how goals, interests, values, and experiences affect academic success. For Osceola High, call Debbie Giovo at 547-7717, ext. 2002. To volunteer at Seminole High, call Ann Wilson at 547-7536, ext. 2136.Chess Club meets weeklySEMINOLE The Seminole Chess Club meets Wednesday, 6 to 9 p.m., at the Seminole Community Library, 9200 113th St. N. Everyone is welcome, though they should know the basics of how to play. Chess sets will be provided and there is no charge to play. Call Alan Bohrer at 748-2522 for more information. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


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Seminole Beacon, June 13, 2013 Wednesday, Saturday & SundayAnyone can sell! Starting from $8.50 per space.MUSTANG FLEA & FARMERS MARKETOPEN 7 AM 1 PM 3 Days a Week!8001 Park Blvd. Pinellas Park053013 OPEN FATHERS DAY 011013 asis asisSALON STUDIO & SPA595-9999HAIRNAILSMASSAGESKIN12000 Indian Rocks Road, Largo(Corner of Indian Rocks and Walsingham) OasisSalonStudioandSpa.com SPA MANICURE/PEDICURE WITH HOT STONES $29 10% OFF For AllSERVICES AND PRODUCTSExpires 7-15-13. First visit only. Cannot be combined with any other offers.Expires 7-15-13061313 Exp. 7-15-13 053013 061313 040413 053013 052313 6A Schools By TIFFANY RAZZANOPINELLAS PARK Picture it: a tornado touches down in a town with a chemical plant, wreaking havoc on its residents. With tornadoes in Oklahoma and an explosion at a fertilizer plant in Texas dominating the news in recent months, it sounds like something ripped right from the headlines. But really its the emergency scenario drill simulated by the Pinellas Park High Schools First Responders Program first graduating class on May 23. While the scenario might seem eerily similar to these recent devastations, Brittany Galan, assuming the role of public information officer for the student first responders, said the simulated emergency drill had actually been planned for four years. Its just a coincidence. The only plus side of this coinciding with what happened in Oklahoma is that it shows how badly we need first responders, she said. The point of the drill, the seniors final project dubbed Disaster Day, is to test what the students have learned in the program, Galan said. Basically, weve set up everything you would see in a mass casualty. Students assumed the role of firefighters, EMS workers and police officers, and were responsible for the triage, treatment and mitigation of a variety of situations, including search and rescue, vehicle extractions, technical decontamination, and fire fighting. And much like a real life disaster, students were unaware of how the situation would unfold throughout the day and needed to be ready to spring into action at any moment, Galan added. The students are able to get experience from handling very minor injuries, the walking wounded, to mass casualties, Dale Koning, an instructor in the program, said. The First Responders magnet program opened at PPHS in August 2009 and includes about 400 students. Koning said 52 students make up the programs first graduating class. Disaster DayGraduating seniors from PPHS First Responders Program simulate tornado during emergency drill Left, students Brianna Miller, left, Chris Scamardo, third from left, and Garret Nevitt, second from right, work with local firefighters to practice extracting a passenger from a car with the Jaws of Life during Pinellas Park High Schools First Responders Programs May 24 Disaster Day drill. Left, Danny Mora, left, and Brad Tsang, right, tend to a patient during the mock disaster. Bottom left, Michael Musgrove gets showered by students in the drills Hazmat staging area. Below, Andrew Tran reels in a hose during a segment testing fire fighting skills.Photos by TIFFANY RAZZANOJasmine Morgret, left, and Sarah Nelson take aim and test their fire fighting skills. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


Community 7A Seminole Beacon, June 13, 2013 AUTO ACCIDENT INJURY?Diagnosis Treatment Rehab Attor ney and Specialist ReferralsGreg Hollstrom II, DC, Brian Rebori, DC 11444 Seminole Blvd., Largo 727-393-6100 drgreghollstrom.com031413 011013Celebrating 30 Years of Professional Mac Perry, author and past Pinellas Horticulture Agent controls over 40 different Lawn Insects, plus Diseases, plusWeeds, plus your Shrubs and Treessprayed all for $57 up to 5,000 sq. ft. Includes Fertilization. VACUUMBOUTIQUE& GIFTS12495 Seminole Blvd., Largo727-584-0532061313 Best Grout Cleaner In Town!Exp. 7-6-13 Exp. 7-6-13 Works 5X Faster Than Other CleanersBuy 2 Get 1 FREE $299Dyson Ball Save $10000Reg. $399 Kids Appreciation Day Photos by TIFFANY RAZZANOAbove, Lilliyan Llanes, 8, a student at Oakhurst Elementary School, took some time out to feed the ducks during the event. Below, this years Kids Day featured a contest for parents where the Moms had to put makeup on the Dads. The audience chose Mike Sherman (second from right) as the winning Dad. He received a $250 gift certificate from Bright House Networks.Photo by GRETCHEN CAIN Photo by GRETCHEN CAINThe Seminole Chamber of Commerce celebrated the end of the school year with its 34th annual Kids Appreciation Day June 5 at Seminole City Park. Despite a rainy beginning, about 500 Seminole children came out for games, prizes, entertainment and more, said Dr. Stephen Nickse, who organizes the event for the chamber. Left, local students get messy during a muddy game of tug of war. Below, Nickse, left, and Roger Edelman, chamber president, present one lucky winner of a drawing with a new bike and helmet. Photo by TIFFANY RAZZANORichard Radbone, 7, left, and Kiante Jordan, 5, students at Seminole Elementary School, hopped on the swings during the Kids Day event.Photos by TIFFANY RAZZANOAbove, Gianna Petrovic, 7, who attends Orange Grove Elementary School, has some fun on one of the bounce houses set up at the event. Below, Alec Colorusso, 14, a student at Classical Christian School for the Arts, gets ready to take a swing. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


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Saathoff suffered serious injuries and was transported to Bayfront Medical Center.Tarpon Springs man dies in crashCLEARWATER A 20-year-old Tarpon Springs man died June 9 in a car crash on northbound U.S. 19 north of Hammock Pine Boulevard. The Florida Highway Patrol reports that Jezreel Lamont Saunders was traveling southbound in the outside lane of U.S. 19 at a high rate of speed when he lost control of his 2003 Honda Accord about 4:51 p.m. The car rotated counterclockwise, crossed over the grass median and into the northbound lanes of U.S. 19 and into the path of a 2007 Ford van driven by Norman Ertel, 36, of St. Petersburg. Ertels van collided with the passenger side of Saunders car, which overturned and vaulted on top of a 1996 Mazda Miata driven by Diane Ryan, 49, of Brandon. As Saunders car overturned, he was ejected and then struck by Ertels van. Saunders died at the scene. Ertel was transported to Largo Medical Center for minor injuries. Ryan, and her passenger, Timothy Ryan, 50, of Brandon also suffered minor injuries and were transported to Mease Countryside.Bicyclist struck, killed by vehiclePINELLAS PARK Bicyclist Albert Kethcum, 18, of Pinellas Park was struck and killed by a vehicle at the intersection of 66th Street North and 68th Avenue North on June 1. Pinellas Park Police and Fire/Rescue personnel arrived at the scene around 12:10 p.m. A preliminary police investigation has determined that Kethcum was riding hisbicycle when he attempted to cross 66th Street at the intersection of 68th Avenue from west to east and successfully crossed the southbound lanes. As he attempted to cross the northbound lanes, Kethcum failed to yield to oncoming traffic and his bicycle was struck by a northbound 2000 Ford Expedition driven by Jarrod Slate, 36, of St. Petersburg. The impact spun the bicycle into the curb lane and Kethcum was struck by a northbound 2002 Chevrolet Impala driven by Samantha Stine, 22, of St. Petersburg. Kethcum was transported by ambulance to Bayfront Medical Center and was pronounced dead on arrival. There were no other injuries. Alcohol does not appear to be a factor and the crash remains under investigation.Armed suspect carjacks vehicle, robs bankPINELLAS PARK Pinellas Park Police responded to the report of an armed carjacking in the parking lot of Mederi Caretenders, 6445 102nd Ave. N., at 9:13 a.m. on May 28. Police said a suspect armed with a black, semi-automatic handgun approached the victim, Judy May, 65, of Kenneth City, while she was seated in her 2000 Silver Honda Accord and talking with a co-worker who was standing outside the car. The suspect demanded use of the car and fled from the scene, driving the car westbound on 102nd Avenue toward 66th Street. Eleven minutes after the carjacking, at 9:24 a.m., police received notification of an armed robbery at the Wells Fargo Bank branch located at 7100 U.S. 19 N. According to police, the suspect approached the bank counter, displayed a handgun and demanded money. The suspect fled from the bank with an undisclosed amount of cash. Police determined that the vehicle used in the robbery was the 2000 Silver Honda Accord carjacked minutes earlier. Investigators have recovered the vehicle, which was abandoned by the suspect at a business in the 6800 block of 38th Street, just blocks from the bank. A Pinellas Park Police K-9 team was deployed to the area, but a search failed to locate the suspect. The suspect is described as a light-skinned black or Hispanic male in his mid-20s, 6 to 6 tall and 200 to 220 lbs. The suspect was dressed in a black long-sleeve shirt, black pants, black gloves, and black and white Fed Ex baseball cap. He also was carrying a black backpack. The suspect remains at large. Anyone with information that would lead to the identity of the suspect is asked to contact the Criminal Investigation Section of the Pinellas Park Police Department at 727-5410758. Those wishing to remain anonymous or who would like to be eligible for a cash reward are asked to contact Crime Stoppers of Pinellas County at 1-800-873-TIPS (8477) or via the website at www.crimestoppersofpinellas.org.Police arrest suspected bank robberLARGO Largo police have arrested a 42-year-old man in connection to the bank robbery and bomb hoax at Fifth Third Bank June 3. Detectives identified Anthony Jerome Walker as a person of interest after investigating tips from the community, the department reported. They identified Walker as the suspect after further investigation and forensic analysis of evidence left at the scene. Law enforcement officers throughout the county were alerted to look out for Walker and the truck he was believed to be driving June 7. Within minutes, Largo police spotted Walker, driving the described truck, near North Betty Lane and Palmetto Street. Police followed him until Clearwater officers and Largo detectives were able to make a coordinated traffic stop. Walker was pulled over and taken into custody without incident at 2097 Drew St. in Clearwater. He was transported to Pinellas County Jail and charged with armed bank robbery and placing a hoax bomb. The Fifth Third Bank at 1698 Missouri Ave. was evacuated June 3 after a masked robber left behind a backpack, which he said contained an explosive device. The backpack was found to have nothing inside. Submit tips to Crime StoppersTo report information about a crime anonymously and be eligible for an award, call Crime Stoppers of Pinellas County at 800-873TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online at www.crimestoppersofpinel las.org. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


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Participating locations include: Axelrod Pavilion, 400 Pinellas St., Clearwater Bardmoor Medical Arts Building, 8839 Bryan Dairy Road, Largo Lansky Pavilion at Bardmoor Outpatient Center, 8787 Bryan Dairy Road, Largo Cheek-Powell Heart & Vascular Pavilion, 455 Pinellas St., Clearwater Mease Countryside Hospital, 3231 McMullen Booth Road, Safety Harbor Mease Countryside Hospital Medical Arts Building, 1840 Mease Drive, Safety Harbor Mease Dunedin Hospital, 601 Main St., Dunedin Morton Plant Hospital, 300 Pinellas St., Clearwater Morton Plant Mease Outpatient Center, 2102 Trinity Oaks Blvd., Trinity Powell Pavilion, 303 Pinellas St., Clearwater Ptak Orthopaedic and Neuroscience Pavilion, 430 Morton Plant St., Clearwater St. Josephs Childrens Specialty Center at Mease Countryside, 3253 McMullen Booth Road, ClearwaterFollowing is a list of upcomingsupport groups and presentations:Wellness Cancer Coping With A Cancer Diagnosis: Toolkit for Patients, Families and Caregivers Wednesdays, June 12 and 26, 3 p.m., Morton Plant Hospital, Axelrod Pavilion, Oncology Services Conference Room, second floor. Head and Neck Cancer Support Group Monday, June 24, 7 p.m., Lansky Pavilion at Bardmoor Outpatient Center, Administrative Conference Room. The Art of Well-being: Creative Class for Cancer Patients and Family Members Thursday, June 20, 4 p.m., Mease Countryside Hospital, Meeting Room 5. Space is limited, registration required: Call 953-9038. Wellness Caregivers Alzheimers Caregivers Support Group Mondays, June 24, 10 to 11:30 a.m., Ptak Orthopaedic and Neuroscience Pavilion, Room 114. Early Stage Alzheimers Support Group for Patients Monday, June 17, 1 to 2:30 p.m., Ptak Orthopaedic and Neuroscience Pavilion, Room 114. Wellness Parenting Big Brothers/Big Sisters Thursday, June 13, 6 p.m., Mease Countryside Hospital, fifth floor Conference Room. Big Brothers/Big Sisters Thursday, June 27, 6 p.m., Morton Plant Hospital, Powell Pavilion, Community Room. Birth Center Tour Wednesday, June 19, 5:15, 6:15 and 7:15 p.m., Morton Plant Hospital, Main Lobby. Birth Center Tour Sunday, June 23, 4:30, 5:30 and 6:30 p.m., Morton Plant Hospital, Main Lobby. Birth Center Tour Wednesday, June 26, 5:15, 6:15 and 7:15 p.m., Mease Countryside Hospital, Schaffer Tower. Boot Camp For New Dads Saturday, June 15, 10 a.m., Morton Plant Hospital, Tuttle Auditoriums A & B, Fee: $15. Breastfeeding Wednesday, June 12, 7 p.m., Morton Plant Hospital, Powell Pavilion, Community Room, Fee: $15. Breastfeeding Saturday, June 29, 10 a.m., Morton Plant Hospital, Powell Pavilion, Community Room, Fee: $15. Breastfeeding Mothers Support Group Wednesdays, June 26, 10 a.m., Mease Countryside Hospital, Shaffer Tower, fifth floor classroom. Breastfeeding Nursing Mothers Care and Share Infants Group Friday, June 21, 10 a.m., Morton Plant Hospital, Powell Pavilion, Community Room. Breastfeeding Nursing Mothers Care and Share Toddlers Group Friday, June 14, 10 a.m., Morton Plant Hospital, Powell Pavilion, Community Room. Car Seat Inspection Saturday, June 15, 1:30 and 2:30 p.m., Morton Plant Hospital, Powell Pavilion, Community Room, Fee: $15. Childbirth Preparation day intensive Sunday, June 23, 1 p.m., Mease Countryside Hospital, Meeting Rooms 4 & 5, Fee: $25. Newborn Care Thursday, June 20, 7 p.m., Mease Countryside Hospital, Meeting Rooms 4 & 5, Fee: $15. Newborn Care Monday, June 24, 7 p.m., Morton Plant Hospital, Powell Pavilion, Community Room, Fee: $15.Wellness Other AWAKE: Sleep Disorder Support Group for Apnea Wednesday, June 19, 6 p.m., Mease Countryside Hospital, Meeting Room 3. CPAP/BI-PAP Clinic Wednesdays, June 12, 19 and 26, 9 a.m. to Noon, Bardmoor Medical Arts Building, Sleep Disorders Center, Ste. 210. Diabetes Support Group Tuesday, June 25, 3 p.m., Mease Countryside Hospital, Lower Level Meeting Rooms 1-3. Diabetes Support Group Wednesday, June 26, 6 p.m., Cheek-Powell Heart and Vascular Pavilion at Morton Plant Hospital, second floor Community Room A. Were on your team! 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10A Real Estate Seminole Beacon, June 13, 2013 ATTORNEYATLAW& CERTIFIEDPUBLICACCOUNTANTQuality service is our specialty www.cahillpa.com Michael L. CahillLL.M, CPA, Esq. 5290 Seminole Blvd., Suite D, St. Petersburg, FL 33708Visit our website or call for more information Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning Probate & Trust Administration Taxation Income, Estate & Gift Federal E-File Available032813 727-398-4100 Rich Rippetoe, MBA, CRS, GRI Selling your home? Ask about my "29 Day Performance Listing Program"!727-902-1437 www.BeachRealEstatePro.com WATERS EDGE CONDO Ground Level Terric 2/2 End Unit in beautiful Waters Edge! Over 55 community with Pool, Spa, Lakefront, Clubhouse & Gym! Priced right at $83,500 NEW ON MARKET! Spacious Redington Towers 1 Bedroom Condo. Gulffront Building Unit faces the Intracoastal with Open Bay Views! Live the Dream! Only $209,900 061313 Fix iT? or Sell iT? 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They invite your family to join their family of satisfied customers who appreciate the personalized care and attention Kanes gives to every customer. Open 9-5 Monday-Saturday. Accepting Visa, MC, Discover, AMX, and debit cards. www.jpkfurniture .com. PH: 727-584-2121. J.P. Kanes Town and Country Furniture has 2 ways to make Dad happy on Fathers Day!61313Located at 641 N. Missouri Ave. in Largo. Real Estate NewsHaydons join Premier Sothebys International RealtyCLEARWATER Cyndee and Jack Haydon recently joined Premier Sothebys International Realtys Clearwater office. Cyndee and Jack Haydon are married and will work as a team. I am delighted to welcome Cyndee and Jack Haydon to the company, said Larry Williams in a press release. Williams is the managing broker at the office. They will focus on service for domestic and international buyers and sellers of luxury properties in beachfront, boating and golf communities of Tampa Bay. Cyndee grew up in Miami and holds a bachelors degree in business administration with a concentration in computer science. She started her real estate career in 2005 for Belloise Realty in Clearwater, and then in 2008, she joined Charles Rutenberg Realty, where she worked for five years and was recognized as one of the firms top three agents as listed in the Tampa Bay Business Journal. She earned the designations of Certified International Property Specialist and the Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist. She is a graduate and member of Leadership Pinellas and has been a speaker for Inman Connect. Jack hails from Kentucky and studied at the University of Kentucky. He worked for IBM for 25 years as a computer programmer, and in service, sales and management. From 2005 to 2008, Jack worked for Belloise Realty and for Charles Rutenberg Realty from 2008 until joining Premier Sothebys International Realty. The Haydons are members of the Pinellas Board of Realtors, the Florida Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.C21 Real Estate Champions awardedMADEIRA BEACH Century 21 Real Estate Champions recently recognized its agents who won the prestigious Century 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award for 2012. This award recognizes agents for their dedication to making each and every clients interaction a positive one, said Rick Davidson in a press release. Davidson is president and CEO of Century 21 Real Estate LLC. Agents winning the Quality Service Pinnacle Award for 2012 are Debbie Sundell, Deb Schnitzler, Valerie Jarnberg and Ana Devine. The annual award is based on results from the Century 21 Quality Service Survey, which is emailed to consumers immediately after the purchase or sale of a home through a Century 21 System office. To earn the Century 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award, an agent must receive completed customer surveys with an average score of at least 95 percent or better for 2 consecutive years.Rendel team joins Coastal PropertiesCLEARWATER Coastal Properties Group International recently added two names to its agent roster. Jerry and Bobbie Rendel, a husband-and-wife team, have been selling luxury real estate in the Belleair and Clearwater Beach area since 1994, and prior to that they were successful Realtors in Winter Park. Multimillion-dollar producers, the Rendels business is built primarily on referrals from past clients. Their knowledge of luxury homes on the mainland to waterfront condos and homes on the beaches makes them experts in marketing luxury and waterfront homes. Both also have vast experience working with Fortune 500 companies where they provided corporate relocation services. Prior to joining Coastal Properties Group, Jerry was president and broker of Jerry Rendel Realty Inc., and Bobbie served as vice president. The Rendels are both members of the Island Estates Yacht Club and Mercedes Benz Club of America, Florida. We are excited about welcoming Jerry and Bobby to the Coastal team, said Alex Jansen in a press release. Jansen is owner and broker for Coastal Properties Group. Their expertise in the luxury home market makes them the perfect fit for Coastal. We continue to attract the top real estate talent in the market because we understand the specific needs of top producing agents and we do everything we can to support them by way of marketing programs and technological advancements.Coastal Properties names Turner VP of marketingCLEARWATER Coastal Properties Group International recently announced it has hired Leah Turner as vice president of marketing. In this role, Turner will oversee all marketing and public relations efforts for the company. Marketing is a top priority for Coastal Properties Group, said Alex Jansen in a press release. Jansen is Coastals owner and managing broker. Leah will be responsible for continuing to build our brand and setting up marketing strategies and procedures to promote Coastal Properties Group as well as our Christies affiliation. We are looking forward to having Leah on the team. Turner is a highly charged marketing professional and business coach with more than 25 years of experience in the world of corporate marketing. During her career, she has worked for such companies as Prudential Florida Realty, Arvida Realty Services, and Ryland Homes. Her expertise is in working with new home builders, general and commercial real estate brokers, remodelers and other businesses associated with the real estate/home building industry. She holds a bachelors degree in mass communication from the University of South Florida and obtained her Core Essentials Coaching certification from Coach University, the countrys largest certified coaching institution. Leah TurnerCoastal Properties hires Corinna Evans as marketing directorCLEARWATER Coastal Properties Group International recently announced that it has hired Corinna Evans as marketing director for the company. Evans will oversee all day-to-day marketing efforts for the company as well as provide one-on-one marketing services to the companys sales associates. As we continue to grow and expand throughout Pinellas County, we need to be able to provide top notch marketing services for our team of multimillion-dollar producing sales associates, explained Alex Jansen, Coastals Owner and Managing Broker. Corinna has the skills and expertise to provide this necessary service to our team. Evans has experience in many areas of marketing, such as social media, Internet marketing and SEO, and direct mail. She holds a bachelors degree from the University of South Florida, with an emphasis in business administration and marketing.KW Gulfside welcomes new agentsLARGO Keller Williams Gulfside Realty welcomed several new agents in May 2013. New agents include Calvin Van Auken, Amy Heckler, Lori Reichelderfer, Bill Davis, Morgan Svensson, Dianne Schwartz and Jami Sedor.Realty Executives Adamo names top agentsSEMINOLE Realty Executives Adamo & Associates recently announced its top agents for May. Dottie Reynolds was recognized as the top listing agent. Top sales agent was Darrell Biggs. Sandy Hartmann and Associates was recognized as the top listing and sales team. Corinna Evans Dottie Reynolds Darrell Biggs Sandy Hartmann and Associates Agents winning the Quality Service Pinnacle Award for 2012 are, top, Debbie Sundell; middle, from left, Deb Schnitzler and Valerie Jarnberg; and bottom, Ana Devine. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


Sports 11A Seminole Beacon, June 13, 2013 Get The NewsALL FORFREE!Sign Up Today! www.TBNweekly.com e-Editions 040413 The Mary K Team Mary Kottich, Realtor727-398-7771, x1011727-510-5251MKottich@aol.comExperiencedKnowledgeableHard WorkingDependableDetail Oriented 8668 Park Blvd. Ste. G Seminole, FL 33777 www.MaryKSells.com For more info about me & my listings, scan this QR code or visit my website at www.MaryKSells.com.Century 21 Hall of Fame Member & Centurion Producer 060613Rent / Lease Purchase in Paradise Shores 2BD/2BA SOLD QUICKLY SOLD QUICKLY N O W I S T H E T I M E T O S E L L Y O U R H O M E ! 1.The market is on the rise. 2.The supply of homes is low. 3.And homes are going under contract quick. If youre thinking of selling, you need experience, dependability & knowledge on your side! 011713 When you need help after an accident.Injury Law I Wrongful Death Auto & Motorcycle AccidentCall for a free consultation.(727) 209-HURT (4878)8640 Seminole Blvd. Seminole, FLPaul R. Cavonis, Esq. Short Sales Residential/Commercial Closings 1031 Exchanges Reverse Mortgages For Sale By Owner Packages Available 8640 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FL 33772 Seminole TitleCompany392-5906053013 4350 Duhme Rd., Madeira Beach, FL 33708For more details visit C21champs.com/MLS.Ad EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY Real Estate Championswww.c21champs.comEach Ofce Independently owned & operated7 2 7 3 9 8 2 7 7 4 061313 REDINGTON BEACH WATERFRONT HOMEBeautiful 3-story home built in 2005 with imported Mediterranean tile throughout entire home. Kitchen has granite countertops with double and single sinks, solid wood cabinets and 2 ovens. Elevator and 2-car garage. Master bath has tub with hydro/Jacuzzi. 600 Additional sq. ft. does not show on tax records first floor off pool deck has family room/bar area tiled with custom tiled bar that is great for entertaining. Also 150 sq. ft. non-heated storage area off pool. Pool area has a spiral staircase with access to each floor. Fishing dock has a new 6,000 lb. lift. Breathtaking views from every room of Boca Ciega Bay. Huge covered deck on each floor with double French doors. Built with FEMA building standards on 24 pilings. School district has top rated public schools. MLS#U7575083. Piccirillo. $949,000 SOMERSET LAKESThis 3BR/2.5BA townhouse features an open, spacious 2,058 sq. ft. floor plan with high ceilings. Kitchen recently renovated with granite breakfast bar and new appliances and is open to living/dining area. Beautiful views of Lake Allen from living room, dining area and master bedroom. Tile in kitchen and living room, dining area and bathrooms with carpet in bedrooms. Large entry foyer, laundry room and 2-car garage. What more could you ask for! MLS#U7576798. Riskin. $$209,000. RADCLIFFE AT TERRACE GARDENS OF FIVE TOWNSRetirement or second home you have been looking for to stay active, healthy and happy. Unit has 1,200 sq. ft. of living space with 2BR/2BA, both of which have been updated. Kitchen is a cooks delight with gas range, granite countertops and eat-in space. Master bedroom has huge walk-in closet and door to access the balcony that looks out over a relaxing pond and wooded view. Every window is protected by electric roll-down hurricane shutters. A/C is five years new and there is a washer and dryer in the unit. The community has 6 pools (one right next to the Radcliffe), tennis courts, card rooms, billiard room, library, auditorium, shuffleboard and so much more. Nicely landscaped grounds are wonderful to bike or walk around. MLS#U7578138. Schnitzler. $79,900. SHOWS LIKE A MODEL!Immaculate, furnished, 1st floor, corner unit is ready for you to move in. Extensive and tasteful remodeling was done within the last few years. In 2010 beautiful porcelain tile floors were added at the entry, dining area and kitchen and new carpeting in living room, Florida room and bedrooms. Kitchen cabinets, solid surface countertops, range and microwave are also new in 2010. In 2011, the master bath was remodeled and a Trane A/C with humidity control feature was installed. The refrigerator with ice maker is 2012. There are newer hurricane rated-windows throughout. You'll enjoy fabulous views of the pool from the bright and sunny Florida room and from the kitchen. A back door provides quick access to the pool and recreation area. There is a storage room in the condo and both bedrooms have walkin closets. A community laundry facility is close by or you can install a washer & dryer in the unit. This well maintained complex has heated pool, tennis and shuffleboard courts. Beautiful soft sand beaches are only 10 minutes away. Lake Seminole is right next door where you can hike or bike a gorgeous wooded trail, picnic by the water or even use the public boat ramp. Conveniently located to shopping, banks and health care facilities. Tampa International Airport is within a 30minute drive and St. Pete Clearwater Airport is even closer. The unit has two assigned parking spaces right outside front door. MLS#U7578933. Schroeder. $89,900. HISTORIC GULFPORT2BR/1.5BA condo, near shops, dining and events. Lush, private grounds a true tropical setting. Great community and true Beach Paradise. MLS#U7578970. Sundell. $116,500. MISSION OAKS UPDATED, GROUND FLOOR VILLA Near our beautiful Beaches. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, carport and a washer/dryer inside unit. Florida room is totally incorporated, which gives this unit more space. Unit comes furnished too. Community has a pool and is NOT in a flood zone. Can be rented out for a minimum of 3 months. 55+ only and no pets. Complex is located just across the street from stores and bank yet tucked away. Move in Now! MLS#U7583434. Jarnberg. $52,000 LARGE, LOVELY CORNER LOT HOMEOpen, spacious true 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 2-car garage pool home located on an oversized corner lot in sunny Largo, Florida. In-ground pool and deck just refurbished. Brand new A/C and heat pump with HE rating. Brand new sliders with warranty. Newer double-pane windows. New tile and new wood floors. Updated bathrooms. Seller is leaving her GE commercial front-loading washer and dryer. Home is centrally located near to shopping, restaurants and our beautiful beaches. MLS#U7584000. Konrad. $235,000. BE THE LANDLORDDuplex with 1 bedroom, 1 bath in each of the 2 units. Close to the beach only 1 street away from the water. Both units rented monthto-month. Needs some TLC. Great location. A must see! MLS#U7584080. Spohn. $189,900. 3/2/2 PALM HARBOR VILLA!Beautiful light, bright and open villa situated in the small and quiet gated community of Queen Anne Gate. You will fall in love with the open feel this 1,677 sq. ft. villa has to offer with its soft colors and tall vaulted ceilings. Enjoy mornings and evenings on the enclosed porch with a view of the woods and an occasional deer NO rear neighbors. Community pool with hot tub. Split plan layout with tons of storage space. Large master bedroom with 2 walk-in closets. Large master bath with a sit down area. Two large guest bedrooms with one being used as a den/office. Large open kitchen with tons of cabinet space and a pantry. Inside utility room with washer and dryer. Garage has top-of-the-line cabinets with tons of storage space that can be easily removed for more parking space. This community is conveniently located near all shopping needs. Easy access to U.S. 19. This community is NOT age-restricted and allows one pet up to 45 lbs. Don't miss this gem of a home! MLS#U7584136. McEntire. $219,000. SUNSET PALMS2 Bedroom, 2 bath, split floor plan home in one of the best 55+ parks in Pinellas County. Reserves are fully funded for your buyers peace of mind. Very nice and clean home. A/C new in approx. 2005 with cleanings and check-ups once a year. Very spacious Florida room just off the living area to the back of the home. 3 areas for sitting on the outside of the home, depending on where the sun is. Large carport, lovely front porch, newer laminate flooring in part of the home and a roof over. This park backs up to the Super Wal-Mart and minutes to the beaches, shopping and I-275 for airport and out-oftown convenience. Kitchen has a good size walk-in pantry. And again, can't say enough about the Park too many amenities to list here. MLS#U7584208. Osborne. $51,900. Whats Sellingin Pinellas County Completely updated pool home in wonderful Harbor Bluffs! Attractive floor plan with four bedrooms & two and half baths, the home has wood flooring, large kitchen w/quartz stone counters, inside laundry and more.Julie FoldenColdwell Banker 4BR/2.5BA/1CG Largo $369,000 SOLD Venetian Isles, like new home. Short 500 yards boat ride to Tampa Bay and short ride to Weedon Island. Sailboat accessible. Pool is accented by over flow of the spa and the entire waterfront is watched over by one of the original Webb City Mermaids.Susan DaddonoPremier Sothebys International Realty 3BR/2BA/2CG St. Petersburg $565,000 SOLD Immaculate home offers a split floor plan w/formal dining room, centrally located kitchen. Master with private bath, large walk-in closets and storage closet. Ideal location close to Seminole Rec Center & St. Pete College.Sandy HartmannRealty Executives Adamo & Associates 3BR/2BA/2CG Seminole $185,000 SOLD Large home with enclosed Florida room. Foyer entrance into living/family room. Family room off kitchen with entrance into garage. Updated half bath, fresh paint and roof was replaced in 2005. Caroleanne VoracRealty Executives Adamo & Associates 2BR/2BA/2CG St. Petersburg $142,000 SOLD061313 Carter Fich (top left), Alix Bracir (bottom left) and Brooke Ours (above) were recently chosen as BeefOBradys Student-Athletes of the Week. Bracir, pictured with coaches Arren Swift and Andrew Brosk, was a leader on the Seminole High School flag football team. She is also known as a positive and hard-working player. This past season she earned one rushing touchdown, four passing touchdowns, 59 rushing yards, 297 passing yards and one flag pull. She also earned a 3.66 GPA. Fich, pictured with tennis coach Vicki Wood, has been a member of the tennis team for three years and the volleyball team her freshman and sophomore years at SHS. She was also Student Body president, Honor Society president, and Homecoming Queen, and earned a 4.0 GPA. She will be attending the University of South Florida in the fall. Ours, pictured with SHS softball coach Mark DeRuzzo, was the starting catcher for the team, as well as the lead-off hitter. A team leader at SHS, she will attend St. Petersburg College, where she attended the early college program, and play softball in the fall. Star student-athletesPhotos courtesy of BEEFOBRADYS Sports roundupCeltic FC soccer camps offered LARGO Celtic FC Florida will host a summer school through Celtic FC International Development Academy for ages 5 to 15, July 8 to 12, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Seminole Junior Warhawks Soccer Complex, 11450 125th St. N. in Largo. The soccer camp will be staffed by Celtic Football Club coaches and emphasize skill development and offer player feedback and advice, skill testing as well as small-sided games. The cost is $274. Two field players and one goalkeeper will be specially selected from development academies to attend a week of training in Scotland with Celtic Football Club. For more information or to book a spot in the camp, visit www.celticfl.net.Volunteers needed for softball championshipCLEARWATER The city of Clearwater is hosting the Amateur Softball Associations 18-and-under Girls Gold National Softball Championship at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday, July 21 through Saturday, July 27 at the Eddie C. Moore Complex at 3050 Drew Street. Volunteers are needed to help with team check-in; greet people; monitor the fields; help distribute food to other volunteers, staff and umpires; operate the scoreboards; and direct cars in the parking lot. To sign up, visit myclearwater.com/parksvolunteer. Largo Golf Course is offering two new leaguesLARGO The Largo Golf Course is offering a teen league and a womens league on Tuesday nights at 5:30 p.m., at 12500 131st St. N. The format of play for these new leagues will change weekly and include the opportunity to win longest drive and closest to the pin contests. Both will cost $10 to walk or ride. The teen league is geared toward middle school and high school aged players. For more information, visit LargoGolf.com or call 518-3024.Skateboarding summer camp taking applicantsCLEARWATER Space is available for a summer skateboarding camp with the School of Skatin. The camp runs through Friday, Aug. 16, at Ross Norton Skatepark, 1426 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.; Clearwater and Fossil Park Skate Park, 6635 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. N., St. Petersburg. Drop-off times begin at 7:30 a.m., with the camp officially starting at 9 a.m. Parents must pick up their children no later than 5:30 p.m. Cost is $99.99 per week, which includes skateboard lessons and clinics, lunch, swimming and other activities, and weekly field trips (additional fees may apply.) They go from basic to intermediate levels. Call 729-1941 or visit www.schoolofskatin.com. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


As we get ready for the summer, I love to find fun stuff to do with the kids thats inexpensive and sometimes even educational. My kids love to go to the movies and during the summer, kids movies are $1 at the Regal movie theatres and the Regal Summer Express. The different movies are shown for nine weeks on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10 a.m. starting June 11. Some of the movies include Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, Rio, Parental Guidance and Happy Feet Too. The movies are rated both G and PG. This summer, bowling is free for kids, part of the Kids Bowl for Free program. You register your kids online at www.kidsbowlforfree.com, and each week you will receive tickets for your kids to bowl two free games a day. If you dont have bowling shoes, you will need to pay to rent the shoes. Otherwise it is free. You cant beat that. Our family has participated in the past few years, and my girls have become quite the bowlers. Bowling alleys across the United States participate. In Pinellas County the lanes you can bowl for free are: Twedts Bowling Center in Largo, call 581-4102 Ten Pin Lanes in St. Petersburg, call 381-1010. Dont forget to register. You must have your ticket. We also enjoy going to the library. The library is free of course, and I found that my kids really enjoy looking at books, ever since I started taking them at a young age. During the summer, most libraries offer special events for the kids. In the Seminole Library, the program is called Wonderful Wednesdays and involved special guests who come to the library and do shows for the kids. When you are at the library, pick up the Reading with the Rays game card. If your child reads 24 hours this summer, they can get a free regular season home game ticket. My girls have done this the past two years, and we have a blast at the games. The Barnes and Noble bookstore also encourages reading. Their summer reading program offers your child a free book for reading any eight books during the summer and recording them in a reading journal. This program goes until Sept. 3. We live in Florida, so the beach is a perfect place to relax and take the kids for a swim. We forget sometimes how nice the beach is and how beautiful it is. Something else we have a lot of in Pinellas County are parks. Some have playgrounds and some have trails. My favorite for taking my kids to is the bike trail at Lake Seminole Park, at 10015 Park Blvd. in Seminole. The park is 250 acres and is designated as a wildlife habitat and sanctuary. The parks trail is 2 miles and winds through the flatwoods. Weve seen eagles and tortoises out there. Another great place is the Boca Ciega Millennium Park at 12410 74th Ave. N. in Seminole. This park has a 35-foot observation town that looks over Boca Ciega Bay. To get to the tower, you walk on a beautiful boardwalk. The natural surroundings are so peaceful and relaxing. And if you or your kids enjoy taking wildlife photos, this is a picture-perfect place. The park also has a covered playground to provide shade, which is nice when it is so hot outside. Did you know there are free water parks around Pinellas? In Dunedin, you can find a beautiful park called the Kiwanis Sprayground at 1937 Ed Eckert Drive. This is an interactive 3,000-square-foot water playground open daily, 9 a.m. to sunset. There is also free sprayground at Dell Holmes Park in St. Petersburg at 2741 22nd St. S. If youre willing to spend a few dollars, you can enjoy the aquatic centers at some of the city recreation facilities. Largos Highland Family Aquatic Center just went under major renovations and will have a regrand opening on June 2. This facility has waterslides and much more. I have to add fishing to the list of things to do with your kids. My girls just started fishing this past year with my husband and love it. You can find quite a few places to go fishing all over Pinellas County, but have you taken your kids to the longest fishing pier in the world? Thats right, the south Skyway State Fishing Pier is the longest. The price to fish for kids is $2. Kids ages 5 and younger are free. You do have to pay $4 per vehicle and adults are $4. But the experience is a lot of fun. Theres just something magical when kids catch fish. I know the summer can be long at times, especially if you have kids that are on the go and most of us do. But hopefully, you can use at least a few of these ideas to make your summer enjoyable and affordable.Kadi Hendricks Tubbs, mother of two girls ages 7 and 8, lives in Seminole. Visit her blog at Mom2MomFamilyFun.blogspot.com.12A Faith & Family Seminole Beacon, June 13, 2013 AIR DUCTCLEANING$4995One Week OnlyUNLIMITED VENTSIncludes 1 Main & 1 ReturnIs Your Home Making You Sick? Excess Dust? Allergies? Asthma? 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Children ages preschool through fifth grade are welcome. It was previously announced that after care would be available through Extreme Youth Sports summer camp. Extreme Youth Sports is unable to provide services, however, so after care will not be available. To register for Bible school, call 531-3200 or visit www.HopeFami ly.com.First United Methodist Church of SeminoleSEMINOLE A Christian community meet-and-greet will be held Sunday, June 30, 6 p.m., at United Methodist Church of Seminole, 5400 Seminole Blvd. This event is offered to the public at no charge. The potluck dinner is a community meal to which each family is asked to contribute a dish of food. The people of Aldersgate United Methodist Church, First United Methodist Church of Seminole and Oakhurst United Methodist Church will provide a variety of music. Attendees also will share stories about the churches of the Seminole area. For information, call David Gill at 391-0218.Hope Presbyterian ChurchCLEARWATER Awakening Hope, a monthly alternative worship experience, will be presented Sundays, June 30, July 21 and Aug. 18, 5:30 p.m., at Hope Presbyterian Church, 1698 S. Belcher Road. The worship experience will offer an easy-going, uplifting, come-asyou-are feel. Those worshiping at this gathering will find it multi-sensory with an open space time for reflection where folks have tactile ways to connect with God. Current Christian music and undated hymns will be enjoyed. For information, call 531-3200 or visit www.HopeFamily.com.Summer fun that wont break the bank Mom 2 MomKadi Hendricks Tubbs Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


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Largo, FL 33774727-596-9156011013Matt Facarazzo, D.V.M.with this ad NEW LOCATION Compassionate Care For Your Cat or DogPark Animal HospitalCall For Appointment Today! 727-546-98288065 66th Street North, Pinellas Park www.ParkAHVet.com Since 1964 011013Full Service Care Means: Full Medical & Surgical Hospital Vaccine & Dental Services Advanced Ear Diagnostics Nutrition Center Bathing & Boarding Veterinary health care versus human careDo you ever wonder why your pet gets a more thorough physical exam than you do? It is because your pets veterinarian wears many professional hats. Your pets veterinarian is also your pets dentist, psychiatrist, cardiologist, radiologist, anesthesiologist, surgeon, ophthalmologist, and much more. That is a lot of knowledge that is required of your pets doctor. Now add several species to that knowledge. Taking your pet to one doctor and one location for all of these health care services is a major convenience and requires an equally educated staff to provide exceptional quality service for you and your pet. Have you ever asked yourself why your doctor visit cost is $25 and your pets doctor visit was more? In most cases, what you pay is only your co-pay because you have health insurance. Look at the statement your insurance company sends you to see what your care actually costs you. Today there are so many insurance companies that sell pet health insurance, but not many people take advantage of this opportunity. It can really help when your pet is sick or has an accident. Some policies will even cover wellness care like vaccines and dental cleanings. When you pay for veterinary products or services, dont forget to realize that there is so much more behind the charges you pay for. Here are some insights into the quality and convenience incorporated into veterinary fees: Walk-in appointments If you walk into a veterinary hospital you will most always be worked into the schedule and be seen. That is usually not the case with most physicians offices. Technology The newest technology like digital X-rays and anesthesia monitoring equipment increase the quality of care provided to your pet. Digital Xrays have made it possible to take an X-ray and have your pets doctor go over it with you within 20-30 minutes. In most cases with human health care we are sent to another location for imaging procedures. Digital X-rays allow us to pick up subtle changes that wouldnt be as visible if we used X-ray film processing. The newest anesthesia monitoring equipment enables your pets doctor and staff to closely monitor your pet making anesthetic procedures much safer. Laboratory Equipment Having an inhouse laboratory can enable your pets veterinary team to get blood results within 20 minutes to diagnose your pets illness that much quicker. Even if the blood is sent to an outside laboratory you get results the next day. When was the last time you had a blood test done and found out the results the next day? Usually you get a call a week later. When you got those results, how many of you actually got to speak to your doctor about those results? In veterinary health care you have more access to speak directly with your pets doctor. Staff The more educated, experienced and efficient the veterinary staff is, the better quality of service your pet will receive, and the more expensive it will be to employ this kind of staff. If your pets veterinary hospital is unable to keep exceptional staff and are always hiring new staff, this will interfere with the quality of service provided. This is because the staff has to use valuable time to constantly train the new employees, which means more waiting time for you and your pet. In order to provide excellent care for your pet, there has to be enough staff to do it. Wouldnt you feel more at ease leaving your pet at a hospital where the staff knows you and your pets name and the majority of their staff has been there for years? Dont forget that the licensed staff is required to keep up on the most current trends in veterinary medicine by earning continuing education credits. Pharmacy How many of you could walk into a pharmacy now days and get your prescription filled within 10 minutes? Having a well-stocked pharmacy and staff available to provide this service is another convenience you dont find elsewhere. As you can see, your pets veterinary team is providing quality and convenience that cant be found in the human health care field. This quality and convenience is what you must remember when looking at your invoices for your pets veterinary health care.Kim Donovan, D.V.M. is an associate veterinarian at Oakhurst Veterinary Hospital in Seminole with 16 years experience and a special interest in feline medicine. A feathered best friendSpyke, a photogenic 19-year-old blue and gold macaw, has been named the June Pet Photo Winner. Her human is Mike Mularz of Seminole, who adopted her from a breeder in Maryland when she was only 2 weeks old. They have been best friends ever since. Spyke was Spike until he laid an egg. She is a very gentle, loving bird who loves people and especially getting scratched on her head. She has worked a lot with people, particularly children and seniors in nursing homes, bringing joy to whomever she can. In Spykes free time, she loves posing for the camera, going to the beach and playing in the sand (although she hates the water itself,) eating nuts especially shelled pine nuts, and riding with Mularz on his motorcycle. She actually hangs out on the bike in the garage and stays there and wants to go for a ride, Mularz said. If I dont go somewhere, I have to kind of force her to get off the bike. He started small, first with taking her on his boat with him. Then she went fourwheeling with him and then tried mountain biking, which was a bit bumpier. There, she rode on the handlebars and then they worked up to a road bike, which was faster. Now she rides on the motorcycle where the speedometer is behind the windscreen and she loves it. I call it flight without effort, Mularz said. Spyke is such a great bird that she has friends everywhere far more than Mularz said he will ever have. She was stolen a few years ago, and he said the entire community came together to help find and return her, and for that he will always be grateful. As our pet photo winner, Spyke wins a $25 gift certificate to either Largo Feed or Park Feed in Pinellas Park. Send your pet photos to Alexandra Lundahl at alundahl@TBNweekly.com. Pet Photo Contest Sponsored byLargo Feed210 West Bay Dr, Largo, FL 727-581-8743 & Park Feed5775 Park Blvd. Pinellas Park 727-546-7503 Speaking of PetsKim Donovan, D.V.M. Pets of the week DereckDereck is an 8-month-old male kitty with a gorgeous coat and gleaming eyes. He has the feature of a Russian blue cat with his grayish-blue coat and amber eyes. He is very friendly and has a cute personality. He looks you right in the eyes and likes to say hi to his humans. He also has a twin sister. Dereck is neutered and up to date with his shots. Visit him and his sister at the Clearwater PetSmart on Gulf to Bay Boulevard and U.S. 19. Call Pat at Second Chance for Strays at 535-9154 or visit www.secondchanceforstrays.com. DiegoMeet the little explorer, Diego. Hes an adorable 10-year-old Chihuahua in search for his forever family. This mature little man is ready to curl up on the couch next to you. Toys can be fun, but hed much rather be right by your side so he doesnt miss out on anything exciting. Children and dogs are fine with him, but hed like to meet them first. His adoption fee is $160, which includes his neuter surgery, vaccinations, microchip, Pinellas County license and free 30 days of insurance. Visit him at 9099 130th Ave. N., Largo or visit www.spcatampabay.org. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


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Sally Bishop, director of Pinellas Countys emergency management, updated County Commissioners June 4 on emerging plans for the upcoming hurricane season. Bishop and her team stay prepared to deal with disaster 365 days a year. Her job involves planning for a variety of threats fire, flood, hazmat, pandemic, bioterrorism, oil spills, thunderstorms, tornados with a focus on the biggest threat, hurricanes. Bishop said nearly 600,000 county residents are vulnerable to storm surge from a Category 5 hurricane, which is the strongest on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale. Sixty-two percent of the population and 60 percent of homes are located in an evacuation zone. Roughly half of the power stations, phone switching stations, water treatment plants and pumping stations are in surge vulnerable areas. All but one wastewater treatment plant is vulnerable. Forty-one percent of the countys medical facilities also are vulnerable to storm surge and about half of the schools. Storm surge, not wind, is the biggest threat from a hurricane, she said, unless you live in a mobile home. Were a peninsula on a peninsula, connected by bridges for nearly all ingress and egress, and the most densely populated county in the state, Bishop explained in her PowerPoint presentation. Tampa Bay is recognized as one of the top hurricane vulnerable urban areas in the country. The Weather Channel picked Tampa as the most vulnerable and overdue hurricane city in a report released June 3. Its been 91 years since a major hurricane hit the Tampa Bay area. Since that time, the population has grown 1,300 percent. Bishop stressed that point. We have never experienced a true Category 1 hurricane unless you were here in 1921, she said. Bishop talked about her departments plans that cover every aspect from the beginning of a disaster up through having the ability to turn the county back on and put things back in a smarter way. Thankfully, weve never done a recovery here, and I hope we dont, she said. Bishops staff travels to disaster areas, including New York City, hit hard by Hurricane Sandy last season. We have lessons learned from others who learned the hard way, she said. Part of the job is education for citizens and visitors about safety threats to help them prepare. Bishop talked about the results of an AAA Consumer Pulse survey released at the beginning of the hurricane season June 1. The survey of residents who live in the southeast revealed that only 51 percent would prepare for hurricane season this year. Fiftyfive percent said they would evacuate if a storm were a Category 3 or greater. Sixteen percent said they wouldnt evacuate at all. Applying those percentages to Pinellas would mean about 96,000 people in surge vulnerable areas would not go anywhere. Getting people to understand its a bad idea not to plan to evacuate and waiting to the last minute is difficult. But, its more difficult for emergency personnel who know when things get bad theres nothing they can do to help until after the storm passes. Bishop talked about listening to 911 calls from people who say the water is coming in to their homes and 911 telling them that no one can come and get them. I get goose chills just thinking of it, she said. She said if people in evacuation zones wait until the wind and rain arrives, they might not be able to get out of harms way. The best we can do is to get them to higher grounds where theyll be safer, Bishop said. A safer place is a shelter, hotel or with family or friends in a non-evacuation zone. Bishop said plans call for only the most atrisk to evacuate. We would never try to evacuate all of Pinellas County, she said. We would have to start three to four days early. Pinellas County residents should have a hurricane kit with enough supplies, food and water to last for seven days, which is longer than recommendations for others who live in coastal areas. Its likely we could lose our bridges in a large storm, she said. Getting everything in and out through North County is not going to happen. She said plans include running ferries across Tampa Bay if need be. The bridges are another reason people should evacuate as soon as the order is given. When the winds arrive, officials will close the bridges and barrier island residents could be cut off from the mainland. At a recent summit with governments on the barrier islands, officials talked about setting up government on the mainland if necessary. They talked about how to set up emergency operations centers and other operations facilities off island, Bishop said. Like citizens, theres a lot they dont want to think of, she said. But theyll need a place to set up business, conduct meetings. Bishops staff also works with local businesses on planning to get back up and running as fast as possible after disaster strikes. Retail is critical to get back in business so the citizens can get what they need, she said. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said that the 2013 season could be extremely active with 13 to 20 named storms, seven to 11 hurricanes and three to six major hurricanes. Hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30. For more information, visit www.pinellas county.org/resident/disasters.htm or www.TB Nweekly.com/special_section/hurricane_guide. Sheriffs Office adds special victims unit By SUZETTE PORTERCLEARWATER Theyre mostly runaways. Teenage girls, as young as 14, are being forced into prostitution. Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri plans to give the growing problem of human sex trafficking more attention. A special victims unit will begin work in July. Gualtieri talked about the issue June 5 during a workshop overview of the Sheriffs Office. He told commissioners that local girls, runaways, are being forced to work in adult entertainment venues and hotels where men are forcing them into prostitution. Deputies recently went to a topless bar on U.S. 19 where they found a 15-year-old girl being forced to strip. She also was being forced to do sex acts at a hotel located next door. She received 50 percent of the take. Gualtieri said the men force the girls using intimidation. Some are beaten. The sad part is when deputies find these girls and call their parents, the parents dont want them back, Gualtieri said. The people running the teenage prostitution rings use websites, such as backdoor.com, to advertise their services, he said. He didnt elaborate further on the most recent case because it is still under investigation. He said the victims are girls with no place to stay. They get introduced into the network. The guy sweet talks them and gives them a place to stay. Then he says, now this is what youre going to do, Gualtieri said. He talked about a case from May 2009 where women were being held at a home in Treasure Island and being forced to work at Vegas Showgirls in St. Petersburg and other venues. The case is believed to be the first domestic human trafficking case in the Bay Area and perhaps in the state. Gualtieri said the women could have left any time while they were at work, but didnt due to the threat of psychological and physical intimidation. After work, the girls went back to the house in Treasure Island where they were locked up. If they didnt make enough money, they would beat them, Gualtieri said. Another growing problem is hardcore child pornography. Its out of control, he said. Its hardcore and theres way too much of it going on in Pinellas County. Weve got a problem and were going to deal with it. No new personnel will be hired for the new special victims unit. Instead, Gualtieri will use deputies freed up by contracting out transport services to the jail. Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


Viewpoints 15A Seminole Beacon, June 13, 2013 9911 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FL 33772 727-397-5563 Fax: 727-397-5900 www.TBNweekly.comPublisher/President: Dan Autrey dautrey@tbnweekly.com Accounting Manager: Andrea Marcarelli tbniandy@yahoo.com Advertising Director: Jay Rey jrey@tbnweekly.com Classied Advertising Manager: Wendy Edwards wedwards@tbnweekly.com Executive Editor: Tom Germond tgermond@tbnweekly.comProduction Manager: David Brown production@tbnweekly.com Internet Services Manager: Suzette Porter webmaster@tbnweekly.com Beach Beacon: Bob McClure bmcclure@tbnweekly.com Belleair/Beach Bee: Tom Germond tgermond@tbnweekly.com Clearwater Beacon: Alexandra Lundahl alundahl@tbnweekly.com Dunedin Beacon: Tom Germond tgermond@tbnweekly.comLargo Leader: Juliana A. Torres jtorres@tbnweekly.com Palm Harbor/East Lake Beacon: Bob McClure bmcclure@tbnweekly.com Pinellas Park Beacon: Tiffany Razzano trazzano@tbnweekly.com Seminole Beacon: Tiffany Razzano trazzano@tbnweekly.com General Editorial editorial@tbnweekly.comCirculation: L. Shiett Phone: 727-397-5563LETTERSThe ebb and flow of life in a mobile home parkEditor: Dont say trailer or it will cost you a quarter each time, my friend told me with a smile. She had a jar half full. She transformed my thinking by changing my words. As I approach another birthday (dont ask), I have found some tranquility and serenity living in a mobile home park (community, as the brochures say). I never dreamed I would like it but found this particular situation to be ideal. I have moved four times in 2 1/2 years mainly because most rentals are available for six months at a time. Here you can rent indefinitely. I found this 55+ community perfect because it has 1,100 mobile homes (enough to be anonymous), yet small enough that neighbors look after one another. Beginning in May and extending into early June, a wonderful peace settles on the park, just at the time when temperatures approach 90 degrees and hurricane season begins. Its called the Flight of the Snowbird. Half of the park becomes vacant, a quiet pervades the atmosphere and every amenity turns sweet. The two pools become ours as my girlfriend and I meet to play UpWords (a Scrabble game) poolside with frequent cooling dips. Lawn chairs are abundant, in rows like soldiers at attention. One pool is salt-disinfected; the other uses chlorine. We switch off to enjoy each environment, and rebelliously discuss buying floats to flaunt the rules. Whos to know? The once-busy golf course (my car was almost struck by an errant ball) looks park-like, occupied by birds and bunnies instead of people. Homes facing the course have installed fence walls on the exposed window sides. The park has seven miles of paved roads so I can take my cat for a ride on my tricycle (yes, I got a granny bike because its basket accommodates a squirmy cat without me losing balance). Seasonal residents go through a curious preparation prior to returning north. The homes awnings are shut, making the house look sleepy with its eyes closed. Automobiles are wrapped so not an inch is exposed. Some homeowners express their individuality (and perhaps past career) by, their choice of car cover. The tires trade snowboots for sunshoe coverings that look silly. Even the golf carts are enveloped down to the tires that sit on small pads so even the rubber does not touch the hot pavement. Those left behind for the summer and fall take advantage of this lull, feeling like renegades, running stop signs and speeding through the park. The main clubhouse, usually a hive of activity, is quiet while many events and all club meetings are canceled for the summer. The only people working are the crews assigned to seal the roads with blacktop while most are away. People I pass infrequently as they motor by in cars or golf carts seem like close friends now. We share a brotherhood of Year-round Floridians, and we feel like we are the tough ones. I put faces and names together and while complaining about the heat, secretly enjoy this break from the busy masses. When October comes and the heat keeps burning, I may begin to feel a little lonely for company and think wistfully about the place needing some bustle and commotion. I remember that Thanksgiving is coming soon and with it a loss of cherished freedom as dog-walkers, joggers and bikers peer into my kitchen window as they go by and strangers intrude on my silence by attempting conversation. I reflect on the ebb and flow of life in a Largo, Florida, mobile home park and realize both seasons add complexity, frustration, joy, humor and richness to my life. Cristina Cofn LargoGet rid of red light camerasRe: Red light camera legislation provides due process, letter by Pinellas County Circuit Court Clerk Ken Burke, May 17.Editor: Leave it to Ken Burke, a government bureaucrat, to put a nice spin on red light camera legislation. It almost makes me want to get a ticket so I can furnish an affidavit or request a hearing within 60 days to avoid receiving a traffic citation. What if my brother borrows my car and gets a citation. I can always turn him in, but what if he wont fess up to using my car? Who are you giving a ticket to, Ken? Or what if Im stuck in no mans land to let an emergency vehicle by and the light changes? Or what if Pinellas County decides to shorten the time the light changes from yellow to red? How about we just get rid of the cameras? Its another way for Ken Burke and the rest of the bureaucrats to pick our pockets. Its not about safety; its about the money. Gennaro Diana DunedinWalmart not a good neighborEditor: I was quite surprised not to see any mention of the two new Walmart Supercenters going to be built in our communities of Seminole and Largo in your paper. On Sunday, in the Tampa Bay Times there was an article about the new Walmart Supercenter supposedly going to be constructed on Bay Pines Boulevard on the site of the former Bay Pines Mobile Home Park. Funny that discussions have been ongoing in the city of Seminole for 6-8 months already, yet the public has not heard anything about it until now? Why, also, is the city of Seminole considering this when we already have a Walmart only a few blocks away? It may not be a Supercenter, but I see no need for this retail giant taking over in our communities. Then, I was aghast to see another article in the Tampa Bay Times that another Walmart Supercenter will be constructed at U.S. 19 and Roosevelt. Walmart is overrunning our communities and our community leaders are just fine with it. A very sad day for small business in our communities. Walmart is not a good neighbor and they do not employ those with a good living wage. I just wish the public were more informed as to what our leaders are trying to do to our communities. It seems to me there is not much sunshine in the Seminole and Largo communities. Marilyn Good SeminoleEditors note: Tampa Bay Newspapers has published stories about the two Supercenters based on discussions Seminole and Largo officials have had at their meetings. The papers will continue to write stories as plans go through the development process. What the tornadoes cant destroyYear after year, when tornadoes sweep through Oklahoma and other destructionprone regions of the USA, questions inevitably arise: Why do the victims remain there? Why dont they pack up what few belongings they still have and move elsewhere, far from Tornado Alley? Similar questions are directed to families who persist in building homes on the banks of rivers, on seacoasts, in tinder-dry forests, and on California hillsides subject to periodic mudslides. Responses to such queries are easy to come by. Why dont tornado victims cut and run? Heres why: ECONOMICS. Even if a destroyed home is insured, most owners dont have the money they would need to relocate and establish a new life elsewhere. Existing mortgages must be paid off and the properties then offered to new (and probably reluctant) buyers. EMPLOYMENT. If I have a steady job in the disaster zone between Oklahoma City and Tulsa, who says Ill be able to find another one if I pick up and move to a state thats free of severe weather threats (if such a paradise even exists)? FRIENDS AND FAMILY. Although some Americans live alone and have little contact with neighbors and nearby relatives, most of us do not fit that pattern. We have at least one family member living close by. Theres a church we attend, or a Kiwanis chapter we belong to. We are pack animals: we lean on others, and they lean on us. Often, there are children to think about. Did you ever have to tell a 15-year-old that youre removing her from her high school friends and shoving off for Michigan just because there are fewer tornadoes there? FAMILIARITY: LOVE OF PLACE. If you were raised a Bedouin nomad in the dusty wilds of Morocco, you wouldnt mind folding up your tent every couple of days and moving on to the next oasis. But few of us are Bedouins (although Ive known a few couples whose main reason for living was to try out a new apartment every few months.) Most folks prize familiarity, the sense of place, the security that comes from belonging to a village or even a huge city, and knowing how it works, who is next door or down the street. DEFIANCE. In the face of an enemy, most Americans would rather fight than surrender. A tornado is an enemy. So is a hurricane. If my home is battered or destroyed by such perversions of nature, I may be tempted to give up and crawl away. No one will blame me for doing so. Or I can rise up in the surrounding wreckage, shake my fist at the heavens and vow to overcome whatever fate sends my way. That seems to be what most citizens of Moore and hundreds of other twister towns decide to do. Those are a few reasons tornado victims against all good sense, perhaps choose to stay where they were living on the day the storm struck. There are some things that tornadoes cannot destroy. A couple of other thoughts about tornadoes, while were on the subject. In reviewing the news media coverage of disasters, you will have noticed that our societys favorite allpurpose expression (Oh, my God!) is uttered countless times before, during and after a tornado strikes. As survivors, news media and rescue workers sift through the wreckage, inevitably the merciful hand of God is seen by persons whose lives and loved ones were somehow spared. Oddly enough, a short distance away, a woman whose husband and children died in the tornado may also credit Gods will as the reason for what has happened. I will never cease to be amazed that anyone who views the suffering and loss that took place in Moore, Okla., and other such towns can believe that a loving God, of any religion, was the architect of such a calamity. Only a numbskull or a dupe sees God in the face of a funnel cloud. An equally towering piece of stupidity is the notion that such things as homosexuality, rock music or marijuana are transgressions that can trigger Jehovahs wrath. Ive heard such allegations, and Ive wondered how so many religious folks can stand to worship a god whose left hand holds a bloody scythe and whose right hand grips a smoking shotgun. My own conclusion: If the presence of God is to be found anywhere near a tornado, it will appear in the humble and resilient hearts of the people who emerge from the shambles to mourn, and then start to rebuild their homes and their lives.Bob Driver is a former columnist and editorial page editor for the Clearwater Sun. Send him an email at tralee71@comcast.net. Drivers SeatBob Driver Leaping lexicons and dumpster talk The staff language Bible has turned my world upside down. That would be the Associated Press Online Stylebook, a comprehensive reference manual that outlines basic rules on grammar, punctuation, usage and journalistic style. Our editors use the stylebook extensively; otherwise, wed kill each other. Newsroom grammar wars aint pretty. Since the 1970s I have been consulting the stylebook and for years have changed the word underway to under way in letters to the editor and reporters copy probably more than a thousand times. Not anymore. When I pointed out recently that underway was spelled incorrectly in a headline, a co-worker set me straight. The stylebook update in April said that under way is two words, she said. Leaping lexicons! I couldnt believe my ears. I ran to my computer in hopes that she was joking. Sure enough, the APs entry for underway said one word in all uses. Further explaining, the AP said it was complying with the dictionary Websters New World College Dictionary, which is the AP Stylebooks main reference. Dictionary be damned. Its almost impossible for us to keep up with changes in rules for grammar and style, especially since newspaper staffs are shrinking. Papers large and small just dont have the manpower to edit and proofread stories as much as we believe we should. Theres even a new entry for the correct spelling of the North Korean leader: Kim Jong Un instead of Kim jawng oon. Sorry, that North Korean SOB is unacceptable in all references, including letters to the editor. Another recent change: Dumpster is the correct reference for a large metal trash bin. For years, editors were taught to change dumpster in copy to another word, to avoid receiving a nasty letter pertaining to the improper use of trade names from the Dempster Brothers, which made the Dempster Dumpsters. Thats a relief. Its more concise to write in an editorial that Kim Jong Un should be thrown in a dumpster than Kim Jong Un should be thrown in a large metal trash bin. Mo-ped is now moped to conform with the dictionary, AP says. I have no problem with that as long as moped is not used as a verb. Far too much verbing out there. Along those lines, I recently read a news release that said that an accident victim was helicoptered to hospital. Cant remember what the victims injuries were, but the press release required a lot of surgery. More annoying verbing: We dialogued, in box me and efforting. Oops, AP says inbox is one word. The AP Stylebook even has 185 fashion entries, from A-line to Giorgio Armani, bodysuit to pantsuit to zoot suit. I dont even know what a zoot suit is; sounds like clothing that belongs in the dumpster. Fashion guidelines? Somebody please beer me. The AP Stylebook says to abbreviate boulevard, avenue and street in numbered addresses, but not road, drive and terrace. Hopefully, readers will forgive us if we do. Every now and then, we hear from readers chastising us for committing errors in grammar and spelling and for missing typos. Even though a headline may be read three or four times, sometimes a typo slips by us. Nice to hear from the press crew, too, when they catch errors especially before the presses run. Ill probably read this column six times because somebody out there will find an error in this piece and let me know about it. Such is life. Ill just grin and bear it. In the words of Mark Twain, I dont give a damn for the man who can only spell a word one way. However, youll never catch me using any type of aircraft as a verb. And the day that AP says such usage is acceptable, somebody push me out of a helicopter. But not into a dumpster, please.Tom Germond is executive editor of Tampa Bay Newspapers. Email him at tgermond@TBN weekly.com. We are proud to offer a forum to our readers. Please type letters to the editor (or print legibly) and include your name, town of residence, phone number and signature and mail to Tampa Bay Newspapers, 9911 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FL 33772. Emails should include town of residence and telephone and be sent to tgermond@TBNweekly.com. We will not print the letter writers phone number. Here are some more guidelines for letters: Letters are printed on a first-come, first-served basis. They may be edited to correct grammar, spelling and factual errors. They also may be edited for clarity. Please keep letters to editor to 500 words. Longer letters may be cut due to space limitations. Letters should address issues or current events. Please refrain from making unsubstantiated allegations. The newspaper will not print letters that contain slanderous or racial statements.What do you think? John Deering is chief editorial cartoonist for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, the state's largest newspaper. Winner of the National Press Foundation's 1997 Berryman Award, Deering also gained top honors in the 1994 national John Fischetti Cartoon Competition and was the seven-time winner of the Arkansas Press Association's Best Editorial Cartoonist award. Born in 1956 in Little Rock, Deering has been drawing since his childhood fascination with science fiction and dinosaurs. He and his wife, Kathy, have a daughter and two sons, and live in Little Rock. He still draws dinosaurs. About the cartoonist Tom Germond Its more concise to write in an editorial that Kim Jong Un should be thrown in a dumpster than Kim Jong Un should be thrown in a large metal trash bin. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


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The bulk of the damage was reported from Gulfport where a confirmed tornado touched down about 10 a.m. The city reported that the waterspout touched down on Shore Boulevard and Clinton Street and moved north on Beach Boulevard South passing the Public Library, Gulfport Senior Center and Clymer Park. City officials said trees, branches and a power line were down. There was structural damage to Yummys restaurant on Beach Boulevard. National Weather Service confirmed the tornado June 7, reporting damage from winds of 60 mph on a path 1.9 miles long and 50 yards wide. The length of time it was on the ground was two minutes. Twelve homes had damage to fascia, shingles, awnings and fencing. The Humane Society of Pinellas reported around noon that a large section of roof was down in the kennel area where adoptable dogs are kept. Twila Cole, director of events and community relations, said all the dogs were damp but safe. Pinellas County began a survey of its beaches Friday afternoon. The beaches did well with some minor dune erosion along Treasure Island and Long key, and essentially no dune erosion along Sand Key, Andy Squires with the countys Coastal Management Program said by email. There was some sand loss from the lower beach along all the beaches, but since Sand Key was nourished last year, the dunes and much of the dry beach remained intact. University of South Florida geology professor Ping Wang is working on a more detailed report, which will be released later. Wang reported on the substantial damage caused by Tropical Storm Debby, which passed offshore Pinellas last summer. The Sunshine Skyway Bridge was closed due to high winds just before noon and remained closed until about 6:15 p.m. NWS reported a wind gust of 51 mph at Treasure Island about 12:13 p.m. A gust of 48 mph was reported at the Albert Whitted Airport in St. Petersburg at 10:16 a.m. St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport reported a wind gust of 47 mph at 3:10 p.m. Rain totals between 1 inch and 5 inches were reported with some of the highest totals coming from Largo. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrations outlook for the 2013 indicates that it could be extremely active with 13 to 20 named storms, seven to 11 hurricanes and three to six major hurricanes. Hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30. For more information, visit www.pinellascounty .org/resident/disasters.htm or www.tbnweekly.com/ special_section/hurricane_guide Yummys restaurant on Beach Boulevard in Gulfport sustained structural damage when a waterspout touched down about 10 a.m. Thursday.Photo courtesy of NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE County property appraiser estimates higher values Clothing for teenage girls wantedPINELLAS PARK Beths Closet is looking for donations of new and gently used fashionable clothes for girls of all sizes between the ages 11 to 18 at the PACE Center for Girls, 5540 Park Blvd. The closet, part of the Beth Dillinger Foundation, supplies dresses, jeans, T-shirts, blouses, skirts, pajamas, shoes, jewelry and purses that the girls can pick out as an award for achievements. The PACE Center also holds closet days, when students can choose two items to take home. Beths Closet also provides clothing to girls when they have need for it. The girls love skinny jeans, cool tops and hoodies, said Sally Zeh, executive director for PACE Center. The closet is named after Beth Dillinger, the daughter of Pinellas County Public Defender Bob Dillnger and his wife Kay, who started the foundation in her memory in 2007. The PACE Center is open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call the center at 4561566 or visit www.pacecenter.org/pinellas. For more information on the Beth Dillinger Foundation, visit www.bethdillinger.org. By SUZETTE PORTERCLEARWATER Its been a long time coming, but property values in Pinellas are finally on the rise. Property Appraiser Pam Dubov released the estimated 2013 taxable values by taxing authority May 29. The numbers forecast an overall 3 percent increase countywide. This is good for the taxing authorities, fire districts and municipalities. If the estimates prove true, it means more money for the coffers. The total taxable value for the general fund in 2013 is estimated to be in excess of $55.97 billion compared to $54.35 billion in 2012. The property appraiser forecasts a 2.98 percent increase for the countys general fund, health department, Pinellas Planning Council, Juvenile Welfare Board and Southwest Florida Water Management District. A slightly larger increase of 3.41 is estimated for Emergency Medical Services. The Pinellas County School Board could see a rise in values of 3.18 percent and 3.33 percent for Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority. Tax values for unincorporated countys municipal services district could go up 2.32 percent and 2.26 percent for library services. Pinellas Park Water Management District values could increase by 4.10 percent, according to the estimates, with 1.37 percent increase for Clearwater Downtown Development, 3.89 percent for Feathersound Community Services and 2.2 percent for Palm Harbor Community Services. Two thirds of the countys 24 municipalities have estimated tax value increases of more than 3 percent. Belleair Shore had the highest estimate at 7.43 percent. Gulfport had the lowest at 0.77 percent. The complete order listed high to low: Belleair Shore 7.43 percent North Redington Beach 6.61 percent Redington Beach 5.71 percent Belleair Beach 5.22 percent Indian Rocks Beach 4.99 percent Redington Shores 4.69 percent Madeira Beach 4.64 percent Treasure Island 4.51 percent Kenneth City 4.24 percent St. Pete Beach 3.98 percent St. Petersburg 3.74 percent Indian Shores 3.73 percent Pinellas Park 3.67 percent South Pasadena 3.66 percent Oldsmar 3.57 percent Clearwater 3.24 percent Belleair Bluffs 2.90 percent Seminole 2.53 percent Dunedin 2.11 percent Safety Harbor 1.74 percent Largo 1.29 percent Tarpon Springs 1.16 percent Belleair 1.05 percent Gulfport 0.77 percent Estimated values are up for 14 of 15 fire districts. Taxable value in the Safety Harbor Fire District is forecast to drop 0.15 percent. Other value increases, in order high to low, include: Belleair Bluffs fire 6.21 percent South Pasadena fire 5.17 percent Lealman fire 4.19 percent Seminole fire 3.43 percent Tierra Verde fire 3.27 percent Dunedin fire 2.83 percent Gandy fire 2.64 percent East Lake fire 2.54 percent Pinellas Park fire 2.41 percent Highpoint fire 2.31 percent Palm Harbor fire 2.12 percent Clearwater fire 1.31 percent Tarpon Springs fire 0.79 percent Largo fire 0.71 percent Safety Harbor fire negative 0.15 The property appraiser has a July 1 deadline to certify taxable values for the next budget year. The values and tax levies by each taxing authority will be used to calculate Truth in Millage Notices that will be mailed to property owners Aug. 19. Taxing authorities have until Aug. 2 to inform the property appraiser of tentative millage rates. Those rates cannot be raised, but they can be lowered. 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While these figures demonstrate that we are improving efforts to tect the environment by removing subsidies for new construction in environmentally sensitive coastal areas. Scott said he would ask Chief Inspector General Melinda Miguel to immediately join with other Cabinet offices to begin a nationwide search for the new Citizens Inspector General, who will be accountable to the Cabinet and will not be an entity Citizens can fire, as they did with their old compliance officers. A strong Inspector General is needed to provide independent oversight at Citizens and to end the fraud, waste, and abuse which has plagued Citizens for too long, Scott said.Bill bans texting while drivingGov. Rick Scott signed Senate Bill 52 into law at 1 p.m. May 28 during a press conference at a Miami high School. The new law goes into effect Oct. 1, making Florida the 40th state with a texting ban. The new law bans texting while driving, and prohibits a person from manually typing or entering multiple letters, numbers, symbols or other characters into a wireless communications device. This includes text messaging, emailing and instant messaging through smart phones. Motorists cannot be stopped just for texting and driving; however, if they are pulled over for speeding or another offense, such as careless driving, they can be ticketed for texting, which will be considered a nonmoving violation with a fine of $30 for a first-time offense. A second texting offense would cost $60 and three points on an insurance policy. protect Florida families, the reality is that even one violent crime is too many. By signing these bills into law, we are continuing our commitment of protecting victims of abuse and making our communities even safer. The states 2013-2014 budget included critical issues for the Department of Juvenile Justices Roadmap to System Excellence. The state Legislature approved all of the DJJ Roadmap budget priorities, including nearly $11 million for prevention and diversion services. The Florida Department of Children and Families began implementing the Safe Harbor Act in January. The act allows the state to treat victims of human trafficking as victims instead of criminals. A set of priority initiatives related to human trafficking will be announced by the end of the year. The Florida Department of Law Enforcements Uniform Crime Report reported a decrease of violent and nonviolent crime. The 20132014 budget includes $850,541 for 12 additional crime laboratory analyst positions to keep pace with increasing requests for DNA evidence analysis, and $1.2 million to replace genetic analyzers to process DNA evidence. Rep. Darryl Rouson said, Protecting the victims of this heinous crime is an initiative supported by all members of the Legislature and the Governor. The attention that is being given to this issue will not only help current victims, but also protect future victims by preventing this crime from growing.Seminole woman appointed to SPC District Board of TrusteesGov. Rick Scott announced the appointment of Bridgette Mill to the St. Petersburg College District Board of Trustees May 30. Mills term began May 31 and ends May 31, 2015. The appointment is subject to confirmation by the Florida Senate. Mill, 42, of Seminole, is the president and publisher of the Tampa Bay Business Journal. She has served as a Board Member of the Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Association and on the Board of Fellows for the University of Tampa.Governor signs bill to reform CitizensTALLAHASSEE Gov. Rick Scott signed Senate Bill 1770 into law May 29. The bill reforms the states largest insurance company, Citizens Property Insurance Corporation, a taxpayer backed entity. Scott said, This legislation will bring much needed reforms to better protect the taxpayers who support Citizens Property Insurance. This legislation requires Citizens to have an Inspector General that they cannot fire, follow state purchasing guidelines, and disclose potential surcharges with each policy renewal notice. It also requires Citizens to implement a clearinghouse to ensure Floridians no longer subsidize those with private insurance options. Additionally, this law helps proPhoto by MEREDYTH HOPE HALLFrom left, St. Petersburg Mayor Bill Foster and Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri watch as Gov. Rick Scott signs a bill into law May 30 at Drug Free America Foundation Inc. headquarters in St. Petersburg. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


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From 1850 to 1870, it was called the Industrial Schedule. For the 1880 census the name was changed to the Manufacturers Schedule. To be included in the schedule a business had to be in the manufacturing, mining, fishery, mercantile, commercial, or trading business and have an annual gross product of at least $500. In 1880, supplemental schedules were added for specific industries, such as boot and shoemaking, lumber and saw mills, flour and gristmills. Although earlier censuses collected some information about businesses (1810 and 1820), it wasnt until 1850 that data collection became serious in terms of business coverage and amount of data collected. Schedules were completed for years after 1880, but they were destroyed. Those elements combine to make the 1850-1880 schedules a valuable resource to researchers. The information recorded on the schedules covered the 365 days preceding the effective date of the census, which was the first of June for the census years from 1850 to 1880. As with any government data collection effort, the information requested both changed and grew over the years. So it is worthwhile if you find an ancestor in one schedule, to search for him in another you will possibly find different information. The schedules of 1850 and 1860, in addition to naming the manufacturer, reported such things as the value of the various raw materials used, the type of machinery present, the type of power used to drive that machinery, the value of the product produced annually, the number of employees, and the average cost of male and female workers. In 1870 child and adult labor were differentiated on the form. An example of what you can find comes from the 1860 Industrial Schedule from Ontonagon, Mich. There we find that Richard Whalen, a fisherman, has $125 of materials, employs two males at $50 a month. The annual output of the business is 200 white fish and trout valued at $1,200. And from the 1850 schedule for New York we see the Brooks Brothers Clothiers with $120,000 of raw material, employing 500 males (at an average monthly expense of $6,000) and 1,000 females (at an average monthly expense of $4,400), and producing $500,000 worth of clothing for the year. In addition to reaping an understanding of the professional lives of your ancestors through the information provided on Industrial Schedules, they can reveal other interesting things. For instance, farmers often conducted manufacturing businesses on the side in addition to the farm such as tanning and barrel making. In this case they can be found to be recorded on the usual population schedule, the farm schedule, and the industrial schedule as well. Probably the easiest access to manufacturing schedules is online through Ancestry.com (remember, although Ancestry is a subscription service, it is free if you use it at your public library). The offerings at Ancestry contain non-population schedules from 1850-1880 for the states of California, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and Washington Territory. If Ancestry does not have what you are looking for, do not overlook www.cyndislist.com or even a general Internet search. The LDS site (www.familysearch.org) has some of the schedules on microfilm that you can order through your local LDS Family History Center. The National Archives is the principal repository for non-population schedules, but they are not digitized, so a visit would be necessary to see them. Some originals of the schedules were transferred to state archives or university libraries. The National Archives website (www.archives.gov) will give specific information about the disposition of the census documents. As you can see, it can be a bit of a hunt to track down Industry/Manufactures Schedules, but it also can be well worth the effort.Peter Summers is an amateur genealogist who has been working on his family history since 1972. He is past president of the Pinellas Genealogy Society. Genealogy exposedPeter Summers LARGO A delegation of five women leaders from Ukraine visited Largo City Hall June 5 to discuss American government with Mayor Pat Gerard, Assistant City Manager Henry Schubert and city managers and directors. The delegations weeklong visit was sponsored by Open World Leadership Center, a U.S. Congress program that builds mutual understanding between world countries. Their local meetings with government and community leaders were arranged by the local Florida Suncoast chapter of Friendship Force International, a cultural exchange and home hospitality program that promotes international understanding and friendships. Local Friendship Force members living in Largo, Clearwater, and Dunedin hosted the delegates in their homes for their first visit to the U.S.A.Photo courtesy of JEAN CHOONG, FRIENDSHIP FORCEFive Ukrainian women leaders recently met with Largo city officials. From left are Carol Stricklin, Largo Community Development director; Alona Lebid, Henry Shubert, Largo assistant city manager; Amy Davis, Office of Management and Budget manager; Vita Synyak, Viktoriya Kruta, Tetyana Shkolna and Myroslava Pishta.Largo officials meet Ukrainian delegation Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


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Diversions Things to do around Pinellas County Classieds Events MoviesSeminole Beacon Section B June 13, 2013Visit www.TBNweekly.com H a p p y T o g e t h e r T o u r Friday, June 14, 7:30 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $40. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. This years Happy Together Tour lineup will include The Turtles, featuring Flo & Eddie; Chuck Negron, formerly of Three Dog Night; Gary Puckett & The Union Gap; Mark Lindsay, former lead singer of Paul Revere & The Raiders; and Gary Lewis & The Playboys. The Happy Together Marketplace also will be presented in the Grand Concourse prior to the start of the show, opening at 5:30 p.m. Happy Together, by The Turtles, hit No. 1 on the charts in 1967, displacing The Beatles Penny Lane. The song remains a staple on classic rock radio to this day. Although their biggest hit and signature song, its just one of their nine Top 40 hits, which include such popular songs as Shed Rather Be With Me, Elenore, You Showed Me and It Aint Me Babe. In 1968, far ahead of their time, they released one of musics first concept albums, The Turtles Present the Battle of the Bands, on which they pretended to be 11 different bands with different names, each providing a song in a different genre. The album which showcased their incredible range of vocal talent spawned the hits Elenore and You Showed Me. The Turtles featuring Flo & Eddie will perform along with other classic artists at this years Happy Together Tour. A n t i q u e A p p r a i s a l F a i r Saturday, June 15, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Heritage Village, 11909 125th St. N, Largo. Appraisal fees are $5 per item or $12 for three. Proceeds benefit Heritage Village. Attendees will have an opportunity to find the answer to the nagging questions about the worth of those special items. Organized by Pinellas County Historical Society, the appraisal fair presents noted Tampa Bay area antique experts who can examine items and assess their value. Specialists cover many items, including oriental rugs, Victorian jewelry, rare and vintage books, collectable glass, musical instruments, gems and clocks. For information, call 582-2233 or visit www.pinellascounty.org/heritage. S u s t a i n a b l e S e a f o o d F e s t i v a l & M a r k e t Saturday, June 15, 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., at the Florida Aquarium, 701 Channelside Drive, Tampa. Call 813-273-4000 or visit www.flaquarium.org. The festival will close out the aquariums Sustainable Seafood Week. The event is billed as a conservation celebration. Attendees will enjoy sustainable seafood buffets, interactive childrens games, eco-friendly crafts, live entertainment and extended hours. Attendees also may brush up on cooking skills or learn something new with various cooking demos, and indulge in a selection of ocean-friendly wines while browsing through local vendors products such as art, soaps, spices and much more. All activities and presentations are included in aquarium general admission. Admission at the door is $21.95 for adults and $16.95 for children 11 and younger. C e s a r M i l l a n L i v e Saturday, June 15, 8 p.m., at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N. W.C. MacInnes Place, Tampa. Tickets start $35.75. Call 813-229-7827 or visit www.strazcenter.org. Millan will reveal the secrets of happier, healthier relationships between humans and their canine companions in his exciting live show. Joined by his famous fourlegged companion, Junior, Cesar will share his philosophies and methods, then present examples via live demonstrations with multiple dogs. Attendees also will have the chance to ask Cesar questions during the audience Q&A session. From his years of experience, Cesar will show that for a transformation to take place in a dog, the real transformation quite often needs to take place in their human first. Audience members will be amazed and inspired by the simplicity with which Cesars Way can bring harmony and balance into the lives of humans and their canine companions. D o u b t by John Patrick Shanley, through June 16, at St. Petersburg City Theatre, 4025 31st St. S., St. Petersburg. Tickets are $22 for adults and $10 for students. Call 866-1973 or visit www.spcitytheatre.org. In this brilliant and powerful drama, Sister Aloysius, a Bronx school principal, takes matters into her own hands when she suspects Father Flynn of improper relations with one of the male students. The production is directed by Ron Zietz. Compiled by LEE CLARK ZUMPEA number of new movies will hit theaters this week, including the following films opening in wide release:This is the EndGenre: Comedy Cast: Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, James Franco, Craig Robinson, Danny McBride and Jonah Hill Director: Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen Rated: R The comedy This Is The End follows six friends trapped in a house after a series of strange and catastrophic events devastate Los Angeles. As the world unravels outside, dwindling supplies and cabin fever threaten to tear apart the friendships inside. Eventually, they are forced to leave the house, facing their fate and the true meaning of friendship and redemption. Man of SteelGenre: Action and adventure Cast: Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Laurence Fishburne, Antje Traue, Ayelet Zurer, Christopher Meloni, Russell Crowe, Michael Kelly, Harry Lennix and Richard Schiff Director: Zack Snyder Rated: PG-13 A young boy learns that he has extraordinary powers and is not of this Earth. As a young man, he journeys to discover where he came from and what he was sent here to do. But the hero in him must emerge if he is to save the world from annihilation and become the symbol of hope for all mankind.The following will open in limited release. It may be several weeks before these films appear in local movie theaters.Berberian Sound StudioGenre: Thriller Cast: Toby Jones, Tonia Sotiropoulou, Susanna Cappellaro, Cosimo Fusco and Eugenia CarusoOpening this weekendThis is the End stars Rogen, Robinson; Cavill portrays Man of Steel Photo by SUZANNE HANOVER/SMPSPFrom left, James Franco, Danny McBride and Craig Robinson star in Columbia Pictures This Is The End. Director: Peter Strickland Not rated 1976: Berberian Sound Studio is one of the cheapest, sleaziest postproduction studios in Italy. Only the most sordid horror films have their sound processed and sharpened in this studio. Gilderoy, a naive and introverted soundPhoto by CLAY ENOSHenry Cavill stars as Superman in Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures action adventure Man of Steel, a Warner Bros. Pictures release. See OPENING, page 2B Top Five Diversions Top Five Diversions 020713 The Power of Knowledge ... 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2B Just for Fun Seminole Beacon, June 13, 2013 0103137676 131st Street N. Seminole, Florida 33776www.massarodental.comTHEPATIENTANDANYOTHERPERSONRESPONSIBLEFORPAYMENTHASTHERIGHTTOREFUSETOPAY, CANCELPAYMENTORBE REIMBURSEDFORPAYMENTFORANYOTHERSERVICE, EXAMINATIONORTREATMENTWHICHISPERFORMEDASARESULTOFAND WITHIN72 HOURSOFRESPONDINGTOTHEADVERTISEMENTFORTHEFREE, DISCOUNTEDORREDUCEDFEESERVICE, EXAMINATION ORTREATMENT. SPECIAL Since 1973Limited Time OfferCall Today 397-6611Trudi P. Massaro, D.M.D.General and Cosmetic DentistryNew Patient Exam and X-RaysOnly$79.00 engineer from England, is hired to orchestrate the sound mix for the latest film by horror maestro, Santini. Thrown from the innocent world of local documentaries into a foreign environment fuelled by exploitation, Gilderoy soon finds himself caught up in a forbidding world of bitter actresses, capricious technicians and confounding bureaucracy. Obliged to work with the hotheaded producer Francesco, whose tempestuous relationships with certain members of his female cast threaten to boil over at any time, Gilderoy begins to record the sound for The Equestrian Vortex, a hammy tale of witchcraft and unholy murder typical of the giallo genre of horror thats all the rage in Italy. Only when hes testing microphones or poring over tape spooling around his machines does this timid man from Surrey seem at ease. Surrounded by Mediterranean machismo and, for the first time in his life, beautiful women, Gilderoy, very much an Englishman abroad, devotes all his attention to his work. But the longer Gilderoy spends mixing screams and the bloodcurdling sounds of hacked vegetables, the more homesick he becomes for his garden shed studio in his hometown of Dorking. His mothers letters alternate between banal gossip and an ominous hysteria, which gradually mirrors the black magic of Santinis film. The violence on the screen Gilderoy is exposed to, day in, day out, in which he himself is implicated, has a disturbing effect on his psyche. He finds himself corrupted, yet hes the one carrying out the violence. As both time and realities shift, Gilderoy finds himself lost in an otherworldly spiral of sonic and personal mayhem, and has to confront his own demons in order to stay afloat in an environment ruled by exploitation both on and off screen. Between UsGenre: Comedy Cast: Julia Stiles, Taye Diggs, Melissa George and David Harbour Director: Dan Mirvish Not rated In this darkly comedic drama, twocouples reunite over the course of two incendiary evenings where anything can happen. Grace and Carlo are a newly married New York couple who visit their old friends Sharyl and Joel in their huge Midwestern home. But despite their wealth, the hosts are in a violently destructive marriage. Two years later, the couples reunite in New York, but now the tables are turned as the young couple struggles with their marriage, parenthood and financial woes, only to discover that their old friends are even more successful and much happier than they were before.The GuillotinesGenre: Action and adventure Cast: Zhang Wen, Xiaoming Huang, Shawn Yue, Yuchun Li, Ching-Tien Juan, Stephy Tang and Boran Jing Director: Andrew Lau Not rated During the Manchurian-ruled Qing Dynasty, Emperor Yong Photo by NANCY SCHREIBERAbove, from left, Julia Stiles, Melissa George, David Harbour and Taye Diggs star in Between Us, from Monterey Media. Left, Toby Jones stars in Berberian Sound Studio.Zheng established a secret assassination squad known as the Guillotines to eliminate all who opposed him. Once heavily favored by the Emperor, the Guillotines are deemed expendable once Emperor Qian Long ascends to the throne and adopts Western ideas and technology. To consolidate his power under a new regime, the Emperor continues to use the Guillotines to persecute the conquered Han Chinese in a reign of terror and oppression. Led by master fighter Leng, the top ranked guillotine squad consists of five young warriors: Mu, San, Tai, Hutu, Buka. Serving the Qing Court unquestioningly, they have never failed in 348 missions to eliminate their targets. But their success has made them arrogant and complacent. Their next mission is to eliminate Wolf and his Shepherd gang. During the operation, the squad manages to trap Wolf. Just as they are about to execute him, the squad commander orders that he be captured alive. He secretly plans to use Wolf as a pawn in his bid for power. Wolfs gang of rebels ambushes the Guillotines in their moment of hesitation. Wolf escapes, taking Mu hostage. With reports that Wolf has fled to the outer frontiers, the squad tracks him to a remote village outpost. On the other hand, the Emperor has sent his most trusted agent Du for the same mission and most importantly, to end the era of the Guillotines by replacing cold weapons with firearms. If only they make one false move, they will become the hunted. Facing annihilation, Leng and his Guillotines must outfight and outwit enemies from both sides.For more movie news, visit www.TBNweekly.com. Click on the Movie News & Reviews link on the left-side menu.Photo courtesy of IFC FILMS OPENING, from page 1BTribute to BrubeckJames, Sanborn to play Palladium as part of REH On the Road seriesST. PETERSBURG Bob James and David Sanborn recently introduced their all-acoustic project Quartette Humaine, a tribute to the late iconic pianist-composer David Brubeck, putting a prime spotlight on his work that featured alto saxophonist Paul Desmond. James and Sanborn will perform songs from their new album Saturday, June 22, 7:30 p.m., at the Palladium at St. Petersburg College, 253 Fifth Ave. N. The concert is part of Ruth Eckerd Halls On the Road series. Tickets start at $45. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. James and Sanborn, performing with Steve Gadd, will bring their latest tour to the Palladium at St. Petersburg College in downtown St. Petersburg. The tour follows the release of Quartette Humaine, the first collaboration between James and Sanborn since their 1986 Platinumselling, Grammy Award winning album, Double Vision. The new album features bassist James Genus as well as drummer Steve Gadd. OKeh released Quartette Humaine on May 21, bringing James legendary composing and skills on the keys together with the sweet sounds of Sanborns alto sax. Im so glad this has finally happened, Sanborn says in a statement on his website. Its so great to work on something that is not only aesthetically rewarding but also fun. Bob is the greatest. We also had great collaborators in James Genus and Steve Gadd. They each brought so much to the music. Im really looking forward to playing this music live. David is one of the most inspiring musicians Ive ever collaborated with, says James on his website. We were long overdue to follow up on the only time we ever did a project together. So this project is very special and has given us the opportunity to share our separate musical experiences and create something new and different. After several months of preparation and discussion, Sanborn and James recorded Quartette Humaine in mid-December, according to a press release promoting the album. On their second go-round, the old masters eschew the pop and R&B production values that mark large chunks of their respective discographies, and offer instead an allacoustic quartet recital consisting of six new compositions by James, three pieces by Sanborn, and a James-arranged standard. We felt its far more exciting and adventurous to move forward, James says. Times have changed. The music business has changed. We have changed. At this stage of my life, I wanted more than anything to play music thats challenging and fun, outside the style weve been associated with, Sanborn says. For various reasons, a lot of my records only reflected one side of the many kinds of music I was doing. Over the past decade, Sanborn adds, his records reflect a side of my sensibility that I hadnt been expressing as much, paying respects to guys like Hank Crawford and David Fathead Newman, who inspired me to start when I was a teenager in St. Louis. Its a poignant coincidence that the recording sessions occurred a week after the death of the iconic pianist-composer Dave Brubeck, who the protagonists were thinking of as they gestated Quartette Humaine. We talked about the interplay of Brubecks quartet with Paul Desmond, Sanborn says. Coming from that, I assumed wed make a quartet date. I like being able to really hear all the individual instru ments. We had this beautiful 9-foot grand piano, and you can hear its See BRUBECK, page 3BJune 13, 2013CapricornDecember 22 January 19 Drum roll please, Capricorn. Months and months of hard work finally pay off, and you receive praise all around. A game at home results in victory.AquariusJanuary 20 February 18 The chain of command at work begins to break down, and youre left to figure a situation out on your own. Relax, Aquarius. You know what youre doing.PiscesFebruary 19 March 20 Love has taken a back seat to work for far too long, Pisces. Make a change for the better and your relationship will flourish. A long paperwork trail tests patience.AriesMarch 21 April 19 Transportation issues take precedence this week. The options are numerous, but only one is right for you, Aries. A relative could use some advice.TaurusApril 20 May 20 Training opportunities abound. You must seize them, Taurus, if you hope to advance. 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He honed his skills working with Creed Taylor, working on albums for artists like Hank Crawford and Grover Washington Jr, among others. While with CTI, James found great popular success overseeing significant hits for Paul Simon, Neil Diamond, Maynard Ferguson, and Kenny Loggins. Born July 30, 1945 in Tampa, David William Sanborn contracted polio when he was only 3 years old according to his biography at PRA Records. As a part of his rehabilitative therapy, he was introduced to the saxophone. It was an introduction with consequences quite beyond the imagination of his parents, doctors or anyone else. The selection of the alto sax a favorite from Davids days spent listening to the radio would prove to be a pivotal moment in the development of his sound. In his three-and-a-half-decade career, Sanborn has released 24 albums, won six Grammy Awards, and has had eight gold albums and one platinum album. Having inspired countless other musicians, he has worked in many genres which typically blend instrumental pop, R&B and lately, more and more traditional jazz. He continues to be one of the most active musicians of his genre. Sanborns solo release Taking Off (1975) is still considered a classic and further solidified his career. His 1979 release Hideaway became a popular hit and further propelled Daves ascent with the single Seduction being featured in the movie American Gigolo. Veteran bassist and composer Marcus Miller joined Sanborn on the 1981 album Voyeur. The single All I Need Is You won him his first Grammy Award for Best R&B Instrumental Performance. In 1983, Sanborn released the hit album Backstreet that included Luther Vandross as a featured guest vocalist. BRUBECK, from page 2B Charity Works Monopoly Night raises $83,300CLEARWATER Charity Works Inc., a nonprofit intermediary that provides purchasing advisory services to numerous not-for-profit organizations and schools, reported that the 13th Annual Monopoly Night May 11 at the Belleair Country Club was sold out. It was our best tournament ever, raising a record amount of $83,300, net of expenses. This outcome makes it possible for us to further our programs and provide the advisory support needed to benefit the missions of other local charities and schools, said Chris Renfro, president and CEO of Charity Works Inc., in a press release. The evenings festivities included a dinner buffet, live and silent auctions, a 90-minute fast-paced championship match, and a real jail set up to experience during the game. The committee co-chairs were Toni Behr and Suzan Decker Ross. The honorary cochairs were Jo Ann and Joe White We are all blessed to be part of such a successful and exciting fundraiser that serves to benefit our charitable community through Charity Works innovative programs, said Joe White, in the press release. The events presenting sponsors were Bright House Networks, the Community Chest Sponsor, and The Forte Group at Morgan Stanley. Other major sponsors included Nichols Foundation, Jo Ann & Joe White, Tampa Bay Magazine, Decker Ross Interiors, Inc. Dimmitt Automotive Group, CBS Outdoor, Inc., Radiance MedSpa, Drs. Michael & Pamela Adams, Boulder Venture South, LLC, Homeless Emergency Project, Inc., The Silver Queen & Belleair Coins and USAmeriBank. More than 100 volunteers participated at the event. Emcee Dick Crippen announced the top prize winner who was Janet G. Fishman, a resident of Belleair. It was valued at $2,110 and donated by Tampa Bay Magazine. The Monopoly committee is already making plans for next years tournament, which is scheduled for Saturday, May 10, 2014 at the Belleair Country Club. Charity Works Inc., headquartered in Clearwater, is a nonprofit organization with the mission Helping Those Who Help Others. Since 1996, the organization has been providing purchasing advisory services to U.S.-based charities through its Charitable Alliance Network program. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


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New Program! WEDNESDAY NIGHT B I N G O 727-397-4541041813 061313 Looking Ahead Looking Ahead See LOOKING AHEAD, page 5BClearwater T h e B o y s i n t h e B a n d by Mart Crowley, through June 23, at the West Coast Players Theatre, 21905 U.S. 19 N., Clearwater. Performances are Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets are $16. Call 437-2363 or visit www.wcplayers.org. H a p p y T o g e t h e r T o u r Friday, June 14, 7:30 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $40. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. This years Happy Together Tour lineup will include The Turtles, featuring Flo & Eddie; Chuck Negron, formerly of Three Dog Night; Gary Puckett & The Union Gap; Mark Lindsay, former lead singer of Paul Revere & The Raiders; and Gary Lewis & The Playboys. The Happy Together Marketplace also will be presented in the Grand Concourse prior to the start of the show, opening at 5:30 p.m. Happy Together, by The Turtles, hit No. 1 on the charts in 1967, displacing The Beatles Penny Lane. The song remains a staple on classic rock radio to this day. Although their biggest hit and signature song, its just one of their nine Top 40 hits, which include such popular songs as Shed Rather Be With Me, Elenore, You Showed Me and It Aint Me Babe. In 1968, far ahead of their time, they released one of musics first concept albums, The Turtles Present the Battle of the Bands, on which they pretended to be 11 different bands with different names, each providing a song in a different genre. The album which showcased their incredible range of vocal talent spawned the hits Elenore and You Showed Me. The Turtles featuring Flo & Eddie will perform along with other classic artists at this years Happy Together Tour. B i l l y I d o l Tuesday, June 18, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $51. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. From punk pioneer to global superstar, Idol has created an unparalleled niche in popular music and remained a household name for over three decades. He is respected as the original punk rocker who long ago found a way to take that sneering punk attitude into the pop and rock mainstream, carving out songs that have lasted a lifetime. Still as vital as ever, Idol will take to the road in the summer of 2013 giving fans across the generations an opportunity to chant along as he delivers his endless catalogue of hits. In tow for the tour, hes got longtime partner and legend in his own right, Steve Stevens, on guitar. As part of the infamous Bromley Contingent and a fan of the Sex Pistols, Idol was inspired to front the popular British punk band Generation X from 1976 until the bands break-up in 1981. He then decided to try his luck in America. At this point, Idol hooked up with guitar genius Steve Stevens and a crucial musical partnership was forged. From there on out, Idol churned out many hits such as Rebel Yell, White Wedding, Dancing With Myself, Flesh For Fantasy, Hot In the City, Eyes Without A Face and Cradle of Love among others. E a r t h W i n d a n d F i r e Thursday, June 20, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $60. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. During the 1970s, a new brand of pop music was born, one that was steeped in African and African-American styles particularly jazz and R&B but appealed to a broader cross section of the listening public. As founder and leader of the band Earth, Wind & Fire, Maurice White not only embraced but also helped bring about this evolution of pop, which bridged the gap that has often separated the musical tastes of black and white America. It certainly was successful, as EWF combined high-caliber musicianship, wide-ranging musical genre eclecticism, and s multicultural spiritualism to produce numerous hit singles such as Shining Star and the classic ballad Reasons. The groups multi-platinum greatest hits set The Best Of Earth, Wind & Fire, Vol. I included a cover of The Beatles Got To Get You Into My Life that went to No. 1 R&B and No. 9 pop in summer 1978. The group performed the song in the 1978 Bee Gees/Peter Frampton movie Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band. Another single, September, made it to No. 1 on the R&B charts and No. 8 on the pop charts. The multi-platinum album I AM hit No. 3 on the pop charts in the summer of 1979 on the strength of the million-selling single Boogie Wonderland and the phenomenal ballad After The Love Has Gone, written by David Foster, Jay Graydon and Bill Champlin, which stayed at No. 2 on the R&B/pop charts for two weeks. In 2000, the group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame. Founding members Philip Bailey, Verdine White and Ralph Johnson continue to tour with the legendary band performing at sold-out shows around the world. W e s t S i d e S t o r y June 21-23, at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. Performances will be Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m.; and Sunday, 7 p.m. Matinees will be Saturday and Sunday, 2 p.m. Tony Award-winning librettist Arthur Laurents Broadway direction is recreated for the tour by David Saint, the associate director on Broadway. The original Jerome Robbins choreography is reproduced by Tony Award-nominee Joey McKneely. West Side Story tells the story of star-crossed lovers Tony and Maria as they struggle to rise above the hatred and intolerance that surrounds them. West Side Story soars as the greatest love story of all time and remains as powerful, poignant and timely as ever. The Bernstein and Sondheim score is considered to be one of Broadways finest and features such classics of the American musical theater as Somethings Coming, Tonight, America, I Feel Pretty and Somewhere. T i m A l l e n Thursday, July 25, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $49. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. Best known for his role as Tim Taylor on Home Improvement, Tim Allen will bring his latest stand-up tour to Ruth Eckerd Hall. This show is for mature audiences only. After graduating college, Allen made his first stand-up appearance in 1979 at Detroits Comedy Castle, which he still considers his comedy birthplace. After paying his dues on the comedy circuit at nightclubs around the country and performing in a 1988 film called Comedys Dirtiest Dozen, Allen set out to make his mark in Los Angeles. He started getting spots at the top comedy clubs in L.A., but his exposure got a big boost from the KLOS radio show The Five Oclock Funnies which aired audio clips from his stand-up act, and thus, a devoted grunting audience was born. In 1990, he was pleasantly surprised to win a Cable Ace Award for Best Performance in a Comedy Special for the concert film of the Just for Laughs International Comedy Festival in Montreal. From there, he performed in his own half-hour special for Showtime entitled Men Are Pigs, which really solidified the unique slant on masculinity that he is known for to this day. In the fall of 1991, the pilot for Home Improvement introduced viewers to Tim Taylor. The series managed to break into the Nielsen top ten lists during its first season on the air and moved to the No. 1 position by the 1993-94 season, topping all other series. Allen has also starred in many feature films including the voice of Buzz Lightyear in Disney/Pixars Toy Story franchise, The Santa Clause films, Galaxy Quest, Wild Hogs, Redbelt and Crazy on the Outside, which was also his directorial debut. B l a s t F r i d a y featuring Robin Zander Band, presented by Bright House Networks; Friday, June 28, 5:30 p.m., in the Cleveland Street District, Clearwater. This free street festival and concert will feature a variety of vendors, as well as food, beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages. The street fair begins at 5:30 p.m. with entertainment outside until 10 p.m. Blast Friday is produced by Ruth Eckerd Hall On The Road. A limited number of VIP tickets are available in the Budweiser Platinum VIP section priced at $30. The Budweiser Platinum VIP package includes a general admission ticket in the reserved seating section directly in front of the stage, two free Bud Platinum beers and a free slice of pepperoni or cheese pizza from Tonys Pizza. For VIP tickets, call 791-7400 or visit www.atthecap.com. T h e M o n k e e s Sunday, July 28, 7:30 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. The groups summer tour, A Midsummers Night With The Monkees, follows the 2012 fall tour to the Tampa Bay area as a follow-up to the 2012 fall tour featuring Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz, and Peter Tork. The show will encompass a full multimedia evening of music, rare films and one-of-a-kind photographs culled from the archives. Backed by the same stellar crew of musicians from their 2012 run, Nesmith, Dolenz and Tork will also perform an unaccompanied set as a trio. This foray into tracks from their 1967 homespun No. 1 long player, Headquarters, is sure to be among the highlights of the upcoming dates. The trios set list will feature a selection of their classic hits such as Last Train To Clarksville, Im A Believer, Pleasant Valley Sunday and (Im Not Your) Steppin Stone, deep cuts from their first five platinum albums including some performed for the first time since the 1960s and fan favorites from the soundtrack to their cult film classic Head and their Emmy-award winning television series. A l a b a m a Saturday, July 6, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $69. Call 7917400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. After 40 years of making music, selling millions of records and performing for fans all over the world, Alabama has announced a brand new tour to celebrate their very first concert at The Bowery in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The Back to the Bowery Tour will launched in South Carolina and is set to run throughout the year, making stops along the way in Alabama, Canada, Connecticut, Georgia, Miami, New York and more. The Back to the Bowery tour marks the first time Alabama has announced an extensive run since 2002. To commemorate this special occasion, they have chosen to perform in smaller, more intimate rooms in an effort to create special up-close-and-personal memories for their fans. K a t h y G r i f f i n Saturday, July 13, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $52.50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. Griffin two-time Emmy winner, New York Times bestselling author, five-time Grammy nominee, Broadway darling, 2009s GLAAD Vanguard recipient and 2011 Trevor Project Life Award honoree returns to Ruth Eckerd Hall. This will be Kathys eighth appearance at Ruth Eckerd Hall, making audiences laugh for years discussing Hollywood gossip and celebrity blunders. W h i t e s n a k e Thursday, Aug. 1, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $35.50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. Formed in 1977 and steered by the legendary David Coverdale, Whitesnake carry a rightful reputation as one of the worlds leading rock bands. Coverdales blues roots, combined with a feral sense of rock and roll, have consistently shaped the bands sound along with Coverdales love and appreciation of impeccable musicianship. Whitesnakes ascent to the very top of the rock n roll heap was confirmed with 1987s self-titled mega-platinum album, which saw two massive Top 10 hits, two No. 1 singles with Here I Go Again and Is This Love, and a virtual 24hour domination of MTV around the world. Coverdale was recently named one of Revolvers Greatest Living Rock Stars and the UKs Kerrang! voted Coverdale the Last Great Rock Star. The bands newest effort, Made in Japan, is a new DVD/live CD package that features performance footage shot in stunning HD in 5.1 and stereo. C h i c k C o r e a a n d B e l a F l e c k Friday, Aug. 23, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $45. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. The show is a new date for the March 24 concert which was canceled. Tickets for the originally scheduled date of March 24 will be honored. The Grammy-winning duet will combine Corea and Flecks most recognizable tunes with the music from their Latin Grammy-winning album The Enchantment. With a mix of jazz and pop standards, crossing a myriad of genres including jazz, bluegrass, rock, flamenco and gospel, this will be a casual, intimate evening with two legends from different musical worlds. J o e S a t r i a n i Wednesday, Sept. 11, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $38. Call Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


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S t e e l y D a n Saturday, Sept. 14, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $79. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. Legendary jazz-rock icons Walter Becker and Donald Fagen have announced that Steely Dan will hit the road again in 2013, taking their Mood Swings: 8 Miles To Pancake Day Tour to more than four dozen stops throughout North America. The tour includes a stop at Ruth Eckerd Hall on Sept. 14. Concertgoers can expect an evening of the same high level of musical excellencethat garnered raves from fans and critics alike. Onstage, Donald and Walter will be joined by eight brilliant supporting musicians, now appearing as The Bipolar Allstars, featuring Keith Carlock on drums, Freddie Washington on bass, Jim Beard on keyboards, and Jon Herington on guitar, along with The Borderline Brats three sublime, soulful songbirds. Together, they will treat audiences to selections from The Dans extraordinary fourdecade catalog, rich with infectious tunes, bodacious harmonies, irresistible grooves, and sleek, subversive lyrics, punctuated by blazing solo work and rich ensembles. As always with the adventurous Fagen and Becker, a few surprises may be in store as well.Dunedin S o Y o u T h i n k Y o u r e A M o v i e B u f f ? dinner and show, presented by the Gypsy Stage Repertory Company, Friday and Saturday, June 21-22, at Showcase Arts Foundation, 2664 Enterprise Road, Clearwater. Performances will be Friday, 8 p.m.; and Saturday, 7 p.m. Saturdays performance is a dinner show. The doors will open 6:30 p.m. Cost is $10 for Fridays performance; $20 in advance and $25 at the door for Saturdays performance. For Saturdays performance, cost includes a pasta dinner buffet and dessert, ice tea and water. Beer, wine and soft drinks will be available by donation. Seating is limited. For reservations, call 348-6682. This will be a night of fun and unique entertainment where scenes, monologues and iconic one-liners from famous films are performed live with a trivia twist. Audiences will be given a form that follows along with the scenes. They will be asked to name the movie, the actors or characters or to identify movie theme songs. People with the most correct answers win prizes. T h e 1 1 t h a n n u a l D o w n t o w n D u n e d i n C r a f t F e s t i v a l Saturday and Sunday, June 22-23, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Main Street in downtown Dunedin. Attendees will meet some of the countrys finest crafters with products all handmade in the United States. Botanical hotplates, ceramic planters, functional pottery, hair accessories, handmade one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces and an expansive Green Market offers something for every taste and budget. Admission is free. Visit www.artfestival.com. S o Y o u T h i n k Y o u r e A M o v i e B u f f ? dinner and show, presented by the Gypsy Stage Repertory Company, Thursday, June 27, at Chef Johns at Beso Del Sol Restaurant, on the fourth floor of the Beso Del Sol Resort, 1420 Bayshore Blvd., Suite 401, Dunedin. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. fo dinner. This will be a night of fun and unique entertainment where scenes, monologues and iconic one-liners from famous films are performed live with a trivia twist. Audiences will be given a form that follows along with the scenes. They will be asked to name the movie, the actors or characters or to identify movie theme songs. People with the most correct answers win prizes. The grand prize includes a free three-day, two-night hotel stay at Beso Del Sol Resort. Cost is $75 per couple or $40 for a single ticket. Seating is limited. For reservations, call 437-0226 or email chefjohns@outlook .com.Gulfport U S A D a n c e Monday, June 24, 7 to 10:15 p.m., at Gulfport Casino, 5500 Shore Blvd., Gulfport. Admission is $7 and includes a dance workshop, professional and amateur exhibitions, dance hosts and snacks. For information, call 397-5754. U S A D a n c e Monday, July 29, 7 to 10:15 p.m., at Gulfport Casino, 5500 Shore Blvd., Gulfport. Admission is $7 and includes a dance workshop, professional and amateur exhibitions, dance hosts and snacks. For information, call 397-5754. U S A D a n c e Monday, Aug 26, 7 to 10:15 p.m., at Gulfport Casino, 5500 Shore Blvd., Gulfport. Admission is $7 and includes a dance workshop, professional and amateur exhibitions, dance hosts and snacks. For information, call 397-5754. G e c k o f e s t Saturday, Aug. 31, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., on Beach Boulevard South in Gulfport. This years theme will be Saturday Night Gecko showcasing the 1970s. The annual Geckofest features live music, local artists and crafters, a kids area, street performers, parade and costume contest. Visit www.geckofest.com. Largo A n t i q u e A p p r a i s a l F a i r Saturday, June 15, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Heritage Village, 11909 125th St. N, Largo. Appraisal fees are $5 per item or $12 for three. Proceeds benefit Heritage Village. Attendees will have an opportunity to find the answer to the nagging questions about the worth of those special items. Organized by Pinellas County Historical Society, the appraisal fair presents noted Tampa Bay area antique experts who can examine items and assess their value. Specialists cover many items, including oriental rugs, Victorian jewelry, rare and vintage books, collectable glass, musical instruments, gems and clocks. For information, call 5822233 or visit www.pinellascounty.org/heritage. T h e S w a s h b u c k l i n g A d v e n t u r e s o f A l e x J o n e s with book, music and lyrics by Jason Tucker, July 12-21, presented by Eight OClock Theatre, at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Performances are Thursday through Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets are $25.50 for adults and $12.50 for children 19 and younger. Call 587-6793.Madeira Beach T h e M a d e i r a B e a c h C r a f t F e s t i v a l Saturday and Sunday, July 6-7, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Madeira Way between Gulf Boulevard and 150th Avenue, Madeira Beach. American Craft Endeavors will present this show which will have Madeira Way lined with fine crafters from all areas displaying their works for sale. Attendees may browse and purchase a wide variety of ceramics, jewelry, stained glass and metal works. Admission is free. Visit www.artfestival.com.Pinellas Park R e g a l R a i l w a y s T r a i n S h o w Saturday, Aug. 24, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Knights of Columbus Hall, 7177 58th St. N., Pinellas Park. Admission is $5 for adults and free for children 11 and younger. The show will feature plenty of vendors with various train items from N to G Scale models. There is usually a small train layout on display for the children to watch as well as videos playing of trains. For information, call 244-1341.St. Petersburg 7 H o m e l e s s M a m m o t h s W a n d e r N e w E n g l a n d by Madeleine George, presented by American Stage Theatre, through June 30; previews May 29-30, at the Raymond James Theatre, 163 Third St. N., St. Petersburg. Call 823-PLAY (7529) or visit www.americanstage.org. Generally, main stage performances are Wednesday through Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Saturday and Sunday, 3 p.m. Ticket prices range from $29 to $59 depending on the date and time of the performance. K o o l & t h e G a n g a n d t h e O h i o P l a y e r s Friday, June 21, 8 p.m., at The Mahaffey Theater, 400 First St. S., St. Petersburg. Tickets start at $39. Call 892-5767 or visit www.themahaffey.com. Lets groove with Kool & The Gang and The Ohio Players at the hottest live music event celebrating summer: Rhythm and Grooves 2013. Its party time with a unique blend of rhythm and blues, soul and funk with two groups that between them has sold more than 75 million records. Kool & The Gangs signature instrumental sound and fierce horn arrangements mean boogie to thousands. Their monster, international infectious Celebration is a song for good times. Street funk and underground R&B pioneers, The Ohio Players still perform all of their original, danceable music without computers and sound enhancers. Get Down on It, Ladies Night, See LOOKING AHEAD, page 6B Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


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A cult classic, LaserSpectacular has toured for 25 years presenting the music of Pink Floyd as never seen before. In honor of the shows 25th anniversary, new songs have been added to the show list. The audience, surrounded by 10,000 watts of concert quality sound, is carried away on a mind-expanding journey driven by cutting edge effects during the two-hour show. This years Pink Floyd LaserSpectacular features The Dark Side of the Moon. The second half of the show features The Best of Pink Floyd including The Wall. A n A f t e r n o o n i n H a v a n a Sunday, June 23, 2 to 6 p.m., at St. Petersburgs historic Coliseum, 535 Fourth Ave. N., St. Petersburg. The Buena Vista Social Club, along with three of televisions most notable dance pros and newly crowned international dance champions, will present a celebration of Cuban culture and Latin dancing. Tickets start at $70. Visit www.ticketmaster. com. A portion of the proceeds benefits the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance. Hosted by Mary Murphy of So You Think You Can Dance fame, and Tony Dovolani and Maksim Chmerkovskiy from Dancing with the Stars, the Latin music and dancing showcase will feature performances by some of the worlds best Latin, Salsa, and Mambo dancers, along with their television counterparts. Showgirls from Havanas Cabaret Tropicana will also entertain. Guests are invited to practice dance steps during the concert, sample authentic Cuban food and drink, including the mojito, or enjoy a cigar in the outdoor cigar lounge. J a y a n d S i l e n t B o b Saturday, July 6, 7:30 p.m., at the Palladium at St. Petersburg College, 253 Fifth Ave. N., St. Petersburg. Tickets start at $25. Call 7917400 or visit www.rutheckerd hall.com. Jay and Silent Bob are back. Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes are hitting the road with their new animated film, Jay & Silent Bobs Super Groovy Cartoon Movie, which blazes across America in a series of one-nightonly shows. The legendary best buds from Jersey are back to dispense weed and wisdom in cartoon form and audiences will have the opportunity to watch the new movie and stick around for a rip-roaring Q&A afterwards. Produced by Mewes and directed by first-time filmmaker Steve Stark, Jay & Silent Bobs Super Groovy Cartoon Movie features the voice talents of Eliza Dushku, Tara Strong, Ralph Garman, Neil Gaiman, Ben Gleib, Jon Lovitz and the podcast stars of Smiths SModcast Network. When they can no longer stomach the evergrowing weed of suburban crime, Jay and Silent Bob take on the mantles of costumed avengers Bluntman and Chronic, smashing super-villains they accidentally create. S p r i n g A w a k e n i n g with book and lyrics by Steven Sater, music by Duncan Sheik; based on the play by Frank Wedekind; July 19 through Aug. 18, at freeFall Theatre, 6099 Central Ave., St. Petersburg. Call 4985205 or visit www.freefallthe atre.com. Performances are Thursday, 7 p.m.; and Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Saturday and Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets are $37 for adults and $34 for students, seniors and military members. There is a $7 surcharge for premium seating. M y N a m e i s A s h e r L e v by Aaron Posner, adapted from the novel by Chaim Potok; presented by American Stage Theatre, July 19 through Aug. 25; previews July 17-18, at the Raymond James Theatre, 163 Third St. N., St. Petersburg. Call 823-PLAY (7529) or visit www.americanstage.org. Generally, main stage performances are Wednesday through Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Saturday and Sunday, 3 p.m. Ticket prices range from $29 to $59. V a n s W a r p e d T o u r Friday, July 26, 11 a.m., Vinoy Park, 500 Bay Shore Drive, St. Petersburg. Tickets start at $42.50. Visit www.vanswarpedtour.com. This summers diverse tour lineup will feature Sleeping With Sirens, We Came As Romans, Motion City Soundtrack, The Wonder Years, Bring Me The Horizon, Reel Big Fish, Crown The Empire, The Story So Far and many more. In addition, festivalgoers will experience an expanded Acoustic Basement, which features established and up-and-coming acoustic artists, such as William Beckett, Allison Weiss and The American Scene. M a y h e m F e s t i v a l Wednesday, July 31, noon, at Live Nation Amphitheater, 4802 U.S. 301 N., Tampa. Tickets start at $32.50. Call 813-740-2446 or visit www.livenation.com. This years lineup will feature performances by Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, Mastodon, Amon Amarth, Machine Head, Children Of Bodom, Behemoth, Job For A Cowboy, Emmure, Born Of Osiris, Motionless In White, Butcher Babies, Battlecross, Huntress, Thrown Into Exile and City In The Sea. A d a m A n t Friday, Aug. 9, 7:30 p.m., at the Palladium at St. Petersburg College, 253 Fifth Ave. N., St. Petersburg. Tickets start at $25. Call 7917400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. After a string of sold-out shows in the United States and the United Kingdom in 2012, Grammy-nominated pop icon Adam Ant and his band The Good, The Mad & The Lovely Posse are launching a sonic assault with his largest North American tour in 18 years to support his new album Adam Ant is the Blueblack Hussar in Marrying the Gunners Daughter. In concert, fans can expect all of the hits including Goody Two Shoes, Stand and Deliver, Prince Charming, Ant Music, Strip and Wonderful as well as deep cuts from Adams early days and selections from the new album. The new album, a musical autobiography with 17 musical stories about Adams life, featuring collaborations with Boz Boorer (Morrissey), debuted at No. 8 on The Official Chart in the UK and climbed to No. 3 on the UK Indie Albums Chart.Tampa C e s a r M i l l a n L i v e Saturday, June 15, 8 p.m., at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N. W.C. MacInnes Place, Tampa. Tickets start $35.75. Call 813-229-7827 or visit www.straz center.org. Millan will reveal the secrets of happier, healthier relationships between humans and their canine companions in his exciting live show. Joined by his famous four-legged companion, Junior, Cesar will share his philosophies and methods, then present examples via live demonstrations with multiple dogs. Attendees also will have the chance to ask Cesar questions during the audience Q&A session. From his years of experience, Cesar will show that for a transformation to take place in a dog, the real transformation quite often needs to take place in their human first. Audience members will be amazed and inspired by the simplicity with which Cesars Way can bring harmony and balance into the lives of humans and their canine companions. The A m e r i c a n a r a m a F e s t i v a l Thursday, June 27, at the Live Nation Amphitheatre at the Florida State Fairgrounds, 4802 U.S. 301 N., Tampa. Tickets start at $32.10. Call 813-740-2446 or visit www.livenation.com. Headlining the festival will be Bob Dylan. Also performing will be Wilco, Bob Weir and My Morning Jacket. T h e L o n e s o m e W e s t by Martin McDonagh, presented by Jobsite Theater, July 10 through Aug. 4, at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N. LOOKING AHEAD, from page 5BW.C. MacInnes Place, Tampa. Call 813-229-7827 or visit www.jobsitetheater.org. Performances are Thursday through Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Sunday, 4 p.m. Tickets are $28.Tarpon Springs G r e a t G a t s b y N i g h t Thursday, June 13, 7 to 10 p.m., at the Tarpon Springs Heritage Museum, 100 Beekman Lane, Tarpon Springs. The event will feature dancing and a concert. Music will be performed by the Tarpon Springs Rhythm Kings. The Roaring s will come to life at Great Gatsby Night. Attendees are encouraged to wear vintage 1920s attire. The Tarpon Springs Rhythm Kings is a 14-piece band that performs the great jazz and dance music from the 1920s and early 1930s. Cost is $12 for adults, $10 for members and students. Refreshments will be available for purchase. Free foxtrot and Charleston lessons will be offered from 6 to 7 p.m. Call 942-5605 or visit www.tar ponarts.org. S i n g i n g T r e e Thursday, June 27, 7:30 p.m., at Tarpon Springs Cultural Center, 101 South Pinellas Ave., Tarpon Springs. Singing Tree is an acoustic duo playing folk music with a classical twist with Ray Belanger on hammered dulcimer and Lloyd Goldstein on double bass. The duo performs a wide variety of folk music from around the world employing traditional, classical and contemporary styles of arrangement and performance. Rays hammered dulcimer has been described as lyrical and melodic to energetic and exciting. Lloyds bass playing covers a wide range of styles, often employing the bow in a way that suggests the sound of a huge cello. Together they perform a unique program that leaves audiences surprised and elated with the vibrant acoustic sound of their fine instruments. Cost is $16 for adults and $14 for members and student. Call 942-5605 or visit www.tarponarts.org. A N i g h t a t t h e P O P e r a f e a t u r i n g K l a s s i k a Sunday, June 30, 7 p.m., at Tarpon Springs Performing Arts Center, 324 Pine St., Tarpon Springs. Cost is $16 for adults and $14 for members and students. Call 942-5605 or visit www.tarponarts.org. Attendees will be mesmerized by the trio Klassika, which performs a combination of pop music and opera. These three classically trained voices form a harmonious blend that is known as POPera or Classical Crossover. They perform favorites such as: Unchained Melody, Bridge Over Troubled Water, My Heart Will Go On, and others. Klassika performs a variety of styles while singing in English, Italian, Spanish and French. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com


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