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I October 20, 2010


School celebrates a century of service


Zephyrhills High School's
roots date back 100 years

By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

When students and alumni of
Zephyrhills High celebrate homecoming
this week - they will be marking 100 years
of public education in a place that prides it-
self on strong ties between the community
and its schools.
The homecoming game and its festivi-
ties, dubbed "A celebration of the
generations," promise to offer opportunities
not only for current faculty and students at
Zephyrhills High but also for decades of
alumni and former school staff to create
new memories and demonstrate school
pride.


Students are shown in front of the second Zephyrhills school in 1926.


The roots of today's Zephyrhills High go
back a century, when small nearby schools
closed and a new school opened in 1910 to
accommodate children in grades one
through 11.
Madonna Jervis Wise has chronicled the


city's history in "Images of America,
Zephyrhills" published by Arcadia
Publishing. She also gathered memories
about the school in "Zephyrhills - An
Anthology of its History Through Education."
See HIGH SCHOOL, page 14


Schedule of Events
Friday, Oct. 22:
Homecoming Game
Zephyrhills High Bulldogs vs.Wesley
Chapel High Wildcats
Bulldog Stadium at Zephyrhills High, 6335
12th St., Zephyrhills
6:30 p.m.: Gates open
7 p.m.: Pre-game float parade
7:30 p.m.: Game time
Saturday, Oct. 23:
Alumni Social and Dance
7 p.m.: Commons Area, at Zephyrhills High
A dressy, casual affair for anyone who at-
tended, taught or worked at Zephyrhills
School. For information contact Clereen
Morrill Brunty at clereen@tampabay.rr.com
or www.zhsalumninews.websiteanimal.com


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es. They have grown closer since Wayne lost his dog a few years ago. (Photos by Glenn
Gefers of www.photosby3g.com)


Elvis the heron finds a friend


By Shannon Edinger
Laker Correspondent

Fishing is more than just a hobby for
Wayne Rogers. It is a way for him to bond
with his buddy, Elvis.
What makes their relationship unique?
Elvis is a great blue heron.
Rogers, 67, has lived in the area for 19
years now. Elvis first came by his Land 0'


"After losing my dog, I kind of took him in as
a pet," Wayne Rogers said of Elvis, a great
blue heron who visits his Land 0' Lakes
home daily.


Lakes house five years ago and, Rogers said,
has returned every day since. Rogers' wife,
Kitty, says Elvis showed up a week after
their dog died."After losing my dog, I kind of
took him in as a pet," he said.
Rogers is not entirely sure if Elvis is a
male or female, but he named him Elvis and
refers to him as a he. Elvis initially got
Rogers' attention by flying around outside
his back window. He also walked around
and pecked on the roof to make noise.
To this day, Elvis still uses these tech-
niques to get Rogers' attention when he is
hungry.
"The hungrier he is, the braver he is,"
Rogers said. In the winter, Elvis is more ag-
gressive because there are fewer fish to
catch than in the summer. Great blue herons
primarily feed on small fish. Neighbors have
seen Elvis walk up to Rogers' back door and
patiently wait for him to come outside.
When Rogers walks outside, Elvis follows
him down the back walkway to the dock.
There, the bird quietly stands, waiting for
Rogers to catch him some fish. Once Rogers
catches a fish, he will hold the fishing pole
up with the fish dangling so Elvis can grab
the fish off the line."I don't want to try feed-
ing him by hand," Rogers said."He's still a
wild animal and that long bill could cut one
of my fingers off."
See ELVIS, page 14


Budget cuts reduce library hours


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Pasco County residents will see their
public libraries open five less hours each
week this year, but no facilities will be
closed because of recent budget concerns.
Last year all county libraries were open
40 hours a week and only the Land O' Lakes
Branch Library will remain open that long
this year. The new hours went into effect
Oct. 1, coinciding with the new fiscal year.
Commissioners made the cuts to save
the Centennial Park Branch Library in
Holiday, which was earmarked for closure
on an early version of the 2010-11 library
budget, which was slashed $430,905 down
to $6 million, according to Pasco library di-
rector Linda Allen.
"We knew about the reduction in hours
during the county commissioner's budget
workshop Sept. 21 ,"Allen said."We wanted
to keep the libraries open the same number
of hours, but doing this helped save one of
our other libraries."
Pasco commission chairwoman Pat
Mulieri said one library had to remain open
40 hours a week so the county could con-
tinue receiving federal funding.The Land 0'
Lakes library is the busiest of the facilities,
so it was the one selected to stay at the cur-


rent hours.
From Oct. 1 of last year to this July 30,
377,510 items were checked out of the cen-
tral Pasco facility, according to Allen. The
next most used was the Regency Park
Branch Library in New Port Richey with
276,730 and the Hudson Regional Library
with 275,596.
Also, the new hours
do not affect the See new
Zephyrhills Public
Library, 5347 Eighth St., library
because it is under the hours
jurisdiction of the city.
Mulieri was a profes- page I 4
sor at Pasco-Hernando
Community College
(PHCC) for more than 20 years.Working in
education for so long made libraries very
important to her, which made the decision
to cut hours very difficult.
"Reading is a major joy for me," Mulieri
said."As a teacher of young students early in
my career, I realized that reading was the
key to learning. I always tried to stimulate
and encourage students' love of books.At
PHCC I taught composition, literature, hu-
manities and designed a course (called)
images of woman in literature. In each class
I would bring in diverse material to get the
See LIBRARY, page 14


IW T' A INIE


Amberlee Moore lends a hand at her
dad's booth during the Rattlesnake
Festival Oct. 17 in San Antonio.


FALL FESTIVAL FUN
Perfect weather greets crowds
at two area festivals
Page 3

ELECTION 2010
Exploring the pros and cons of
Amendment 4; early voting
underway
Page 2

PUBLISHER'S COLUMN
Staff artists score baker's dozen
of state awards
Page 8

PETS ON PARADE
Wiregrass welcomes dogs to
event this Saturday
Page 12


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Amendment 4 asks voters to check growth


By Molly McGowan
Laker Correspondent

It's been called the"Vote on Everything"
amendment by skeptics and considered the
cure to the"boom and bust" cycle of real es-
tate by proponents, but on Nov. 2,
Amendment 4 on the ballot will be called
by a more complex name.
Voters will see this title:"Referenda re-
quired for adoption and amendment of local
government comprehensive land use plans."
In layman's terms:"Should voter approval be
required for changes to growth manage-
ment plans? Should voters be able to veto a
plan because they don't approve of the new
blueprint for their city or county or of new
proposed developments?"
Cynics say no, that Amendment 4 would
just create more taxpayer expenses, result-
ing from litigation that would inevitably
follow vetoes to changes in land use plans.
According to the Florida Chamber of
Commerce, one of Amendment 4's most
staunch opponents, city and county govern-
ments would have to hold referenda on
upwards of hundreds or thousands of refer-
enda annually, which would be quite costly.
That's the main point that the opposition
wants voters to be aware of - that
Amendment 4 could be potentially costly
for taxpayers, and more of a hassle than a
privilege when it comes to voting time.
Adam Babington, vice president of gov-


ernmental affairs at the chamber, said that
under Amendment 4, the cost of holding
elections would be between $44 and $83
million a year and litigation expenses could
hit a billion dollars for the state of Florida.
Babington stated that "it's pretty clear
Florida is still in a recession," and that
Amendment 4 would only make things
worse for taxpayers.
Meanwhile, those backing the amend-
ment argue that it's important for voters to
realize the power and influence that voting
"yes" on Amendment 4 would give them in
the state government.Wayne Garcia, com-
munications director for Florida Hometown
Democracy, said Amendment 4 would give
taxpayers and citizens the control they de-
serve over the land use system, allowing
them to help decide how available land will
be used, and which developments will be
built where.
Garcia said that since it's the taxpayer's
dollars that pay for changes in land use
plans, they should be directly involved in
the decision-making processes. Garcia also
said the argument that Amendment 4 would
increase election costs is invalid; the
Department of CommunityAffairs tracked
how many land use amendments there had
actually been over the past few years, and
came up with an average of 4.2 a year.
Garcia and other Amendment 4 support-
ers regard Land 0' Lakes' Connerton
neighborhood as an example of why


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Amendment 4 should be
put into place.According
to Garcia, the empty lots
that were approved for
homes within the devel-
opment are now just a
waste of space, and are
examples of a "boom and
bust" cycle of real estate
that could be checked
under Amendment 4.
Garcia also cites the
city of St. Pete Beach as
proof that there wouldn't
be an obscene amount of
amendments proposed
annually under
Amendment 4. Garcia
said the city of St. Pete
Beach reviewed every
comprehensive land use
change since 2005 and
found 25 proposed
amendments, of which


EARLYVOTING
Don't wait until Election Day to sound off on Amendment 4 and
other issues. Early voting started this week and continues
through Saturday, Oct. 30. Most locations allow voting 10 a.m.to
6 p.m.There will no voting on Sunday, Oct. 24.

Pasco early voting sites
Saturday hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
* Land 0' Lakes Branch Library, 2818 Collier Parkway in Land 0' Lakes
*Village Market ofWesley Chapel, 5325 Village Market inWesley Chapel
* New River Branch Library, 34043 SR 54 in Zephyrhills
* East Pasco Government Center, 14236 Sixth St. in Dade City
* South Holiday Branch Library, 4649 Mile Stretch Drive in Holiday
*West Pasco Government Center, 7530 Little Road in New Port Richey
* Hudson Regional Library, 8012 Library Road in Hudson

Hillsborough early voting sites
* Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library, 2902W. Bearss Ave. in Carrollwood
* NewTampa Regional Library, 10001 Cross Creek Blvd. in NewTampa
* County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. inTampa (9 a.m.to 5 p.m.)
More locations at www.votehillsborough.org


only 22 were approved and would have
gone to election.
Spread across four election periods, only
five or six of those amendments would have
appeared annually on ballots under the
amendment. Garcia said that this number of
amendments would be reasonable for
Florida voters, and that over time, would
probably decrease. "I think there will be
even fewer amendments once people learn
to live within their means and their compre-
hensive plans," Garcia said.
Babington and the Florida Chamber of
Commerce look at St. Pete's charter with a
much more critical eye and see the attempt
as a failure. Babington said that within 24
hours of amendments being drawn up for
the city in 2008, a series of lawsuits and
complaints were filed.
Babington said that over the course of
the following year, the local government had
incurred over $5,000 in litigation fees and


by September 2009, property taxes had to
be raised in order to help pay for them. So
Babington - and the rest of the amend-
ment's opponents - viewAmendment 4 as a
surefire failure waiting to happen."This isn't
just speculation of how it's going to work,"
Babington said. "We have a case study of
how it's worked in Florida, and it's failed
miserably."
Florida Hometown Democracy coun-
tered that the expensive litigation that
resulted in St. Petersburg was a result of de-
velopers who wanted to build enormous
hotels on the waterfront and negatively af-
fect the city's population density, and not of
the change in the charter.
Regardless of what ultimately caused the
litigation expenses in St. Petersburg, deci-
sions on Amendment 4 will ultimately be
based on whether they believe more direct
control in their government is worth having
to make more decisions on future ballots.


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Fall Festival at The Grove
(Photos by Anthony Masella Jr. of www.OurtownFLA.com)


Madison Weatherly of
Weightman Middle,
Maddie Sawyer, Helyn
Maus and Isabella
Forcino of Dr. John
Long Middle helped at
the American Cancer
Society's Relay For Life
booth with Gabriella
Forcino and Angela
Forcino at the Wesley
Chapel Chamber of
Commerce's' Fall
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44th Annual San Antonio

Rattlesnake Festival


New Rattlesnake Festival royalty was chosen in the Miss Rattler Pageant Oct. 9 at Dan
Cannon Auditorium on the Pasco County Fairgrounds in Dade City. From left are
Sweetheart Rattler Lindsay Ryann Golladay,7; Pre-Teen Rattler Olivia Landry, 11; Queen
Rattler Amanda Smith, 17; Princess Rattler Laykin Elizabeth Williamson, 5; and Teen
Rattler Rebecca Taylor, 13. (Photo by Gary Hatrick)


Eighteen-month-old Amberlee Moore of
Wesley Chapel lends a hand at her dad's
booth during the Rattlesnake Festival Oct. 17
in San Antonio. Amberlee is the daughter of
Michael and Lauren Moore. (Photo by Tammy
Sue Struble)


Holding the reigns for the Relay For Life of
Zephyrhills, Patty Richter of Dade City, pulled
off a win at the final gopher turtle races at the
Rattlesnake Festival. (Photo by Tammy Sue
Struble)


Black Tie Gala
To benefit the Comprehensive Breast Center at
Florida Hospital Zephyrhills

Saddlebrook Resort
November 18, 2010
5:30 p.m.
Singer, actress and ABC- TV's "Dancing With the Stars" champion, Julianne Hough


21st Annual Golf Tournament & Inaugural Tennis Tournament
November 19, 2010
Registration 7:00 a.m. Play begins at 8:30 a.m.

Please RSVP by November 12, 2010.
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EDUCATION CLUB MEETING
EAST PASCO RETIRED
EDUCATORS GATHER
The East Pasco Retired Educators
Association will meet for its first fall meeting
at 10 a.m. Oct. 21 at the IHOP Restaurant,
13100 US 301 in Dade City.The speaker will
be Margarita Romo, executive director of
FarmWorkers Self-Help.All retired school per-
sonnel are welcome. For information or
directions call Joyce Snow in Dade City at
(352) 567-5050 or Joan Knowles in
Zephyrhills at (813) 788-4980.

CONTESTS
POSTER CONTEST
FOR SCHOLARSHIPS
ACT has kicked off its annual high school
student design contest for high school stu-
dents who plan to apply for 2011 or 2012
college admission to a two-year or four-year
educational institution in the United States.
Contest winners will be selected based
on creativity, visual appeal and overall im-
pact. The winning entry will be used to
publicize the 2011-2012 ACT test dates and
will be distributed nationwide to high
schools.


The top prize will be a $5,000 college
scholarship. Prizes for second and third place
will be $2,500 and $1,000,respectively.The
contest dc. I llic is Jan. 31.
For entry forms and more information go
to actstudent.org/postercontest.

STAFFING NEWS
ST. LEO NAMES NEW DIRECTOR
Saint Leo University has named Anne M.
Kibbe as its new director of the Institute for
Professional Development.The institute of-
fers training, professional development and
non-academic certification programs to em-
ployers, alumni and professionals.
Kibbe previously was director of corpo-
rate training at Pasco-Hernando Community
College.

FUN STUFF TO DO
JAZZ HISTORIAN GIVES
TALK AT ST. LEO
Dave Oliphant a poet, translator and jazz
historian, will read from his works at 7:30
p.m. Oct. 27 at the Daniel A. Cannon
Memorial Library of St. Leo University.
The university is in the town of Saint Leo
at 33701 SR 52, four miles east of 1-75.The


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Chili's Grill & Bar
Chris DenHerder-Clock
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DQ Grill & Chill
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Golden Corral
Happy Hill Christian
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Happy Hill Christian
Academy Child Care
J C Penney Hair Salon
Kafe Kokopelli
Keifer Village Jewels
La Pink Boutique
Lee Reed Insurance
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McGee Auto Service
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Pizza Hut
Planet Beach
Contempo Spa
Publix Super Markets
Ruby Tuesday
Sephora
Southport Stripers
Spivey Karate
Sweetbay Supermarket
Taco Bell
Timeframe Custom
Picture Framing
Venetian Nail Spa
Village Inn
Wheels & Specialties
Walmart
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public is invited. Parking and admission are
free.A reception and signing will follow the
reading. For more information contact Carol
Ann Moon, outreach librarian at
carol.moon@saintleo.edu or (352) 588-8261.
SAND PINE FALL FESTIVAL
The Parent-Teacher Association at Sand
Pine Elementary School is having its fourth
annual Fall Festival from 6 to 9 p.m. Oct. 22
at the school, 29040 County Line Road in
Meadow Pointe.
The event will include family-friendly en-
tertainment, food, prizes and games such as
Scarecrow Hop, Candy Corn Toss,Apple Bob
and MummyWrap. Other highlights will in-
clude face painting, tattoos, hay rides and a
pumpkin decorating contest. Anyone who
would like to volunteer or would like more
information can e-mail volunteer@sandpinep-
ta.org or can contact Chrystal Mueller
through the school at (813) 794-1900.Teen
volunteers are welcome.

DENHAM OAKS FALL FESTIVAL
The Parent-Teacher Association at
Denham Oaks Elementary School will have
its annual Fall Festival from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Oct. 22, at the school, 1422 Oak Grove Blvd.,
Lutz.
The festival will include games, inflata-
bles, prizes, a disc jockey, food, a pumpkin
patch and a vendor fair.The festival is open to
Denham families and families living nearby.
Tickets are available at the door. For more
information call (813) 794-1600.

FALL ORCHESTRA CONCERT
The orchestras from Wiregrass Ranch
High School and John Long Middle School
will perform a fall concert, under the direc-
tion of Dean Donataccio, at 7 p.m. Oct. 26.
The concert will be at the Theatre for the
Arts at Wesley Chapel, 30651 Wells Road.
Donations are accepted at the door. Goody
bags will be available for all kids following
the concert.

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Pasco-Hemando Community College.
AARP and the Alzheimer's Association are
offering "Maintain Your Brain," a seminar aimed
to help people who are 50 and older to learn
tricks and techniques to stimulate and chal-
lenge their brains. It also helps people
understand the distinction between normal
age-related changes as opposed to serious
memory problems.The seminar will be pre-
sented at 6 p.m. Oct. 26.The class is free, but
registration through Encore Academy is re-
quired.To find out more, call (727) 816-3439.

TEACHING CHILDREN SELF-CARE
Jamie Granatino, of Behavorial Consulting
of Tampa/Wesley Chapel will speak on
Tc.idung Children Self-Care and Daily Living
Skills through Task Analysis" at the TIKVAH
Special Needs Program at Tampa Jewish
Family Services.
Those attending will learn how to teach
individuals with special needs to complete
tasks utilizing an approach called "Task
Analysis". This workshop is geared toward
parents/ caregivers,in-home providers, teach-
ers and professionals.
The talk is from 7 to 9 p.m. Oct. 27 at the
Tampa Jewish Community Center, 12009
Community Campus Drive.A $5 donation is
appreciated.An RSVP is preferred but not re-
quired. Directions and other information are
available at: www.tjfs.org. Please contact
LydiaAbrams at lydiaa@tjfs.org to answer any
questions or to RSVP

BUSCH GARDENS'
PRESCHOOL SERIES
Busch Gardens is offering a three-part se-
ries that give pre-schoolers and their parents
a chance for some hands-on, interactive activ-
ities.The cost is $50 for each child/adult pair
for a three-part series,which meets once in
October, once in November and once in
December.
Participants get to choose to attend ses-
sions onThursdays or Saturdays.All sessions
meet at 10:30 a.m.
For more information about the Busch
Babies series, designed for children ages 2 to
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Jim Norman disqualified, not off ballot


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

While voters can pick Jim Norman on
the ballot for state Senator, a vote for him
may actually be a vote for someone else.
Norman was de-
clared ineligible for
Florida Senate's
District 12 election
after a Tallahassee
judge ruled his failure
to disclose an
Arkansas house as an
Jim Norman asset disqualifies him.
Leon County
Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford ruled the
Hillsborough County commissioner"failed
to substantially comply with the full and
public disclosure requirements Article II,
Section 8, Florida Constitution."
According to the lawsuit, the $435,000
home was paid for with $500,000 given by
the now-deceased political activist Ralph
Hughes to Norman's wife, Mearline. Norman
told the judge he had no knowledge of the
deal, an explanation the judge did not ac-
cept. Norman is expected to appeal the
decision this week.


Despite the ruling, Norman's name will
be on all Election Day, early voting and ab-
sentee ballots even if he loses the appeal.
That is because all the Election Day ballots
had to be printed about two weeks ago, ac-
cording to Pasco County Supervisor of
Elections Brian Corley.Also, about 28,000 ab-
sentee ballots have already been mailed and
the county's election supervisor's lawyer
successfully argued it would be too confus-
ing and costly to reprint them all.
"What will happen is a vote for Norman
will be for whomever the Republican candi-
date turns out being," Corley said."If he wins
the appeal that is likely coming, the votes
would obviously be for him and if the
Republican Party of Florida has to replace
him, then the vote would go to that new
candidate.Without a doubt Norman's name
will be on the ballot."
Corley said there is precedent for such a
move. In 2006 Republican Ken Littlefield
ran for Florida House of Representatives'
District 61 seat, but pulled out of the elec-
tion for another position.WillWeatherford
replaced him as the Republican candidate
for the spot and won despite Littlefield's
name being on the ballot instead of his.
Weatherford won re-election in 2008 and


is again the Republican candidate for the
same seat this year.
Corley said if Norman loses an appeal,
there would be a sign in the more than
1,000 private voting booths in state Senate
District 12's 57 precincts for early voting
and on Election Day stating a vote for him
will be for the Republican replacement.All
absentee ballots printed from then on will
also include the note unless he wins an ap-
peal.
Corley said that notice would not be
placed until the decision is final. Corley said
he was still waiting for that decision at press
time.
The case against Norman was brought
by current Florida Rep. Kevin Ambler of
Lutz.Ambler lost the primary for the Senate
seat by 12 percentage points.
Ambler sued Norman on the grounds
that he was an ineligible candidate for not
disclosing the Arkansas house, but asked
Fulford to make him the replacement.
Fulford did not make him the replacement.
Ambler's attorney, Mark Herron, filed a mo-
tion Oct. 18 asking for Ambler's name to
appear on the ballot.
Neither Ambler nor Norman could be
reached for comment on the ruling.


Kevin Ambler Brian Corley
In her ruling, Fulford said it was difficult
to make a ruling that removed someone se-
lected by the electorate in a primary race,
but said the law is clear and Norman is not
eligible. She also stated it is unfortunate the
ruling came close to early voting and
Election Day.
State Senate District 12 includes much of
north Hillsborough, including Lutz and
Odessa, and most of Pasco,including all or
parts of Land O' Lakes,Wesley Chapel, Dade
City, Saint Leo, San Antonio and Grower's
Corner. Corley said he is also a voter in the
district.
"In this case people can choose between
two write-in candidates or the Republican
candidate," Corley said."It isn't the ideal situ-
ation and we want everyone to understand
what they are voting for if they select Mr.
Norman."
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By Kyle LoJacono
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Three years ago Mary Jane and Jim
Kranendonk lost their oldest sonThomas in
a tractor-trailer accident.
Thomas was killed almost instantly when
a trailer he was backing up flipped over
onto him. Working through the grief was
very difficult and HPH Hospice helped the
couple and their children,John and Robert,
find some peace afterThomas' passing.
"John did a camp for kids suffering
through the grieving process," Mary Jane
said. "HPH Hospice does a lot for families
and kids in similar situations. It was hard, but
they really helped our family so we wanted
to give back in any way we could."
To help raise money for the organization,
Mary Jane's group, the Land O' Lakes Rowing
Club, and Bay Area Watersports will host
Row and Paddle for Hospice.The event is at


The Kranendonk family received support
from HPH Hospice after the death of
Thomas Kranendonk. (File photo)


From left are Land 0' Lakes Rowing Club members Darby Harvey, Jennifer Nelson, Leslie
Stanford, Barb Hayes and Mary Jane Kranendonk practicing on a Saturday morning. (File
photo, www.OurtownFLA.com)


8:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 23 at Lake Saxon
Park off Lake Saxon Drive in Land O' Lakes.
"We're encouraging people to bring their
own boats to the event," Mary Jane said."We
will also have drawings for coupons and
other things from local businesses, a food
vendor and a massage therapist to give peo-
ple rubdowns before or after they go out on
the boats."
Denny Andram, of north Carrollwood,
from the Stewards Foundation will bring his
Tampa-based rowing team to compete
against the Land O' Lakes rowers.
"Mary Jane began rowing in one of our
adult classes awhile back,"Andram said."We
wanted to be a part of this to support her in
starting her own group."
Spectators are encouraged to bring a
chair to watch. Rowers need to be at least
15-years-old to participate in the races.
All the money raised from registration
and part of what comes in from food and
massages will go to the hospice.
"We wouldn't be able to do the camps
for children without help from people like
Mary Jane," said Laura Finch, HPH Hospice
manager of bereavement services and chil-
dren assistance programs. "My heart can't
express how much she does for us. She
speaks so kindly of what we do, but really
it's people like her that allow us to offer
these programs."


Finch, ofWesley Chapel, said children like
John have one to three one-on-one meetings
for free with a hospice counselor.Then they
can go on a weekend camping trip where
they do activities with up to 80 children to
help cope with their loss. Finch said they
usually ask for a $10 donation for the camp,
but do not turn people away if they cannot
afford it.
For more information on HPH Hospice,
call (727) 863-7971.
Mary Jane, who is a physical education
teacher at Denham Oaks Elementary in
Lutz, started the rowing club at the begin-
ning of this year. It currently has 15
members, all women in their 40s and 50s.
Members come from mainly Land O' Lakes,
but also Lutz, Odessa and Brooksville.


One of the members who has been with
the group for several months is Valerie
Voelker. She had never done rowing before
joining the group.
"I've never done a competitive team
sport like this before," said Voelker, of Land
O' Lakes."I did track in high school, but this
is a challenge because it's a team.You have
to learn to work together and learn each
other's strengths to get anywhere. Most of
the time there are new people during our
mornings rowing, so we get to meet new
people too.
"Mary Jane motivates us all,"Voelker con-
tinued. "Her coaching and educational
background makes it easy for her to encour-
age us."
The group rows Saturday or Sunday
mornings at 7:30 a.m.
Mary Jane enjoys doing the adult rowing
club, but also wants to expand it to high
schools as a club sport.
"It's her passion,"Voelker said."She wants
to get rowing up and running in the area be-
cause it's such a good time."
The day will include races and demon-
strations with rowing shells, canoes, kayaks
and paddleboats.The event is $5 for those
who register before the event or $10 at the
event. Event-day registration starts at 7:30
a.m.To sign up, call (813) 996-4718 or e-mail
lolrowing@gmail.com.


Help with Medicare enrollment
The Medicare enrollment period is Nov. 15 through Dec. 31 and several Pasco County
groups are teaming up to help educate seniors on their options.
The SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders) program is partnering with the
AreaAgency onAging and the Pasco Cooperative Extension Service for a free informa-
tional session. The course is from 1-2 p.m. Oct. 22 at Clayton Hall on the Pasco
Fairgrounds, 36722 SR 52 in Dade City. Topics will include changes to the Medicare
Prescription Drug Plans and Medicare Advantage Plans. It is important for seniors to un-
derstand what options are available to them and to make an informed decision.
To reserve a spot, call (352) 521-4288.To make an appointment for one-on-one help,
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By Diane Kortus
Publisher
I've learned that the best way to lead a
company is to step back and give its staff
the room to do their job without interfer-
ence from the boss.
The more autonomy people have, the
more self-directed they become and the
better they are at their job.With autonomy
comes empowerment and the time to ex-
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that is best for the employee and ultimately
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Engaged employees come to work knowing they make a differ-
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company to achieve its goals.
Sure, the boss needs to hire the right people and guide the
team in formulating a vision.After that, her primary responsibilities
are to provide the resources her staff needs and to make sure her
people have the freedom to try new things without worry of criti-
cism if their ideas don't turn out quite as anticipated.
This is the kind of boss I strive to be to my 14 employees. By
giving every employee a voice in the company that is heard by
their co-workers and me, we have created a culture that is continu-
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This culture allows my staff to excel and is why we can proudly
announce in a full-page ad in today's paper that The Laker and Lutz
News earned 13 awards at the 2009-10 Florida Press Display
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This is an extraordinary achievement for our small, independ-
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We competed against the largest weekly newspapers in the
state, most that are corporately owned with far more resources.


There were more than 350 entries from newspapers from the
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We are excited, and humbled, to be named winners in 13 of
those categories. Significantly, seven are for first place, an impres-
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Last year, when we were just beginning to change the culture of
our company, we received five awards in this competition. I find it
remarkable that just one year later, we more than doubled the num-
ber of awards we earned.
While everyone at The Laker and the Lutz News contributed to
our success in the Florida Press competition, there are two em-
ployees I want to single out - Matt Mistretta and Stefanie
Burlingame.
Matt is our art director and the person behind the design trans-
formation at the papers. He has worked here since 2005 and this
past year finally has been able to begin implementing his vision of
improving the paper's overall look. Matt's commitment and stead-
fastness are greatly appreciated by his colleagues and me.
Stefanie joined us two years ago and is the designer whose
name is on most of the winning ads. Her job is to work with cus-
tomers and sales staff to design knockout ads that move people to
buy products and services our advertisers sell.
Stef is the employee who taught me more than anyone else that
the more I leave her alone the better she becomes. Her talent is ev-
ident by the 12 awards that identify her as the artist.
Please join me in congratulating Matt, Stefanie and the entire
staff for their outstanding work.You are fortunate to have such tal-
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passed away Sept. 28. He was honorably
serving in the U.S.Army and was stationed
in Honolulu, Hawaii.Jernigan received his
computer engineering certificate while in
the service and had a tour of duty in Iraq.
He is survived by his grandfather,
Clarence Jernigan; grandmother, Louise
Jernigan; mother, Tammy; wife, Samantha;
two daughters, Lena Paige and Sara Renee;
and two brothers, Cody and Jesse Strong.
A graveside service was Oct. 7 at Floral
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MAN'S BEST FRIEND
DOGTOBERFEST AT WIREGRASS
The Shops atWiregrass will host the second
annual Dogtoberfest from 2-6 p.m. Oct. 23.
Over 500 cats, dogs, puppies and kittens
will be available for adoption.There will be
pet costume costumes and free gelato to
anyone who enters his or her dog. Pet
product vendors, face painting and more.
The shops are located at 28211 Paseo Drive
in Wesley Chapel. For information, call
Jeanine Cohen at (813) 625-2405 or e-mail
dogtoberfest@catcall.org.

FALL ENTERTAINMENT
AN EVENING OF WINE
AND CHOCOLATE
WmeHarvest, 1269 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. in
Wesley Chapel, will host a DOVE chocolate
discoveries tasting party from 7-9 p.m. Oct.
21.Admission is free. For information, call
Joshua Bradley at (813) 388-6898.

BRIDGEWATER FALL FESTIVAL
Bridgewater Community Park will host a
fall festival to benefit Helping Hands Food
Pantry from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 23. Live
entertainment, laser tag, business vendors,
pet section and more.The park is located at
the corner of Wells Road and Curley Road.
For information, e-mail Lynne Tonte at
steifflover@verizon.net.

HALLOWEEN COSTUME PARTY
Song and Dance Studio of the Arts will host
a Halloween costume party for kids ages 18
and under from 6-10 p.m. Oct. 30. Doors
open at 6 p.m. for a trick or treat parade
followed by a dance party and costume
contest. Pre-register by Oct. 25 for just $5 or
pay $8 at the door.All proceeds benefit
Song and Dance TNT Competition Teams
travel expenses.The studio is located at
27221 Foamflower Blvd. in Wesley Chapel.
For information, e-mail
scrapdiva@tampabay.rr.com.

LITTLE LEAGUE BOO BALL
Zephyrhills Little League will host Boo Ball,
a free community party starting at 6 p.m.
Oct. 29 at am Pasco Field, 39835 Chancey
Road. Party includes pumpkin patch
photos, hayride, family movie, costume
contest, music, dancing and more. For
information, call (813) 782-1500 ext 104.

TRAIN RIDE THROUGH THE PARK
Central Pasco & Gulf Railroad will host the
second annual Halloween train rides from
7-10 p.m. Oct. 22 and 23 and Oct. 29 and 30
through the woods at Crews Lake
Wilderness Park.The cost is $3 per person.
Food and drink will be available for
purchase. For directions to the park, visit
www.cpgrr.org.


DADE CITY CHRISTIAN FESTIVAL
Dade City Christian Church will have its
annual fall festival from 4-7 p.m. Oct. 30.The
event is free with food, fun, and fellowship
for the whole family along with a hayride,
booths, and tractor show.The
Withlachoochee River Boys will perform.
The church is located at 11800
Windsorwood Blvd. off Clinton next to
Hernando Pasco Hospice. For information,
call (352) 518-0072 or e-mail
dadecitycc@dadecitycc.net.

SAFE, FUN PROGRAM
True Life Center is offering a free event for
high school and middle school age students
in Pasco called Under Fire at 11 a.m. Oct. 30.
The all-day event includes paintball,
volleyball, swimming and BBQ. Many
young people are under fire these days with
all they face in schools and personal lives
and can benefit from a safe, fun-filled day.
True Life Center is located at 4797 Allen
Road in Zephyrhills. For information, call
(813) 788-5433 or visit
www truelifecenter.com.

EDUCATE YOURSELF
COMPUTER COURSE AT CARES
CARES Crescent Enrichment Center, 13906
Fifth St. in Dade City, has two openings left
for the Unique New Computer Course for
seniors. It will cover basics, managing your
computer, Internet and e-mail. Each two-
hour session is from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays Oct. 26 through
Nov. 23. Price is $99 and includes 18 hours
of hands-on training.To register, call (352)
518-9300.To speak to the instructor, call
Ernie Nieradka at (352) 593-6073.

LEND A HAND
GARDEN GATE CIRCLE WORKSHOP
The Zephyrhills Garden Gate Circle monthly
meeting is at 10 a.m. Oct. 21 in the meeting


room at Magnuson Hotel, 5734 Gall Blvd. in
Zephyrhills. Participants will make tray
favors for Meals on Wheels. Refreshments
will be served.A brief business meeting will
follow the workshop.Visitors welcome. For
information, call Liz Geiger at (813) 782-
2681.

USED BOOK SALE
FOR ORT AMERICA
The Bay Horizons Chapter of ORT America
will have a used book sale from 10 a.m.-4
p.m. Oct. 23 in front of Publix in the
Shoppes at NewTampa, 1920 Bruce B.
Downs Blvd. inWesley Chapel.The proceeds
from the sale support the ORTTechnical
Schools and provide a scholarship to Erwin
Technical Center inTampa. For information,
call (813) 907-8329.

DONATE FOR A FREE MOVIE
Cobb Grove 16 & Cinebistro, 6333 Wesley
Grove Blvd. inWesley Chapel, has partnered
with Feeding America Tampa Bay. Patrons
can bring in a minimum of two canned
goods during the first matinee shows in
exchange for regular admission.This offer is
good only on Oct. 30 and excludes the MET
opera event. Donations will be delivered to
families in need. For information, call (813)
948-5445.

FLORIDA BLOOD SERVICES
CAMPAIGN
Florida Blood Services kicks off its fall
campaign for the Tampa Bay community.
Any blood, platelet or plasma donor who
gives twice between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31,
2010 will be entered into a drawing to win
two tickets to the big game in Dallas,Texas
Feb. 6, 2011.Airfare and accommodations
are included. Restrictions apply.Visit
www.fbsblood.org for details. Prospective
donors can give at any bloodmobile or
donor center. For bloodmobile locations and
hours, call (800) 682-5663.


COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT


MUSIC FOR THE WHOLE
FAMILY
The Wiregrass Ranch High and Dr.
John Long Middle school orchestras
will perform at 7 p.m. Oct. 26 at the
Theatre for the Arts at Wesley Chapel.
Music includes Waltz of the Wicked,
Halo 3 game music and The Haunted
Carousel. Dean Donataccio will
conduct the performance. Donations
accepted at the door. Goody bags
available for all kids after the concert.
The theatre is located at 30651 Wells
Road inWesley Chapel.


JOIN THE CLUB
NEWCOMERS LUNCHEON
Tampa Bay Newcomers Inc. will have its
monthly luncheon at 10:30 a.m. Oct. 26 at
Whiskey Joes, 7720 Courtney Campbell
Causeway inTampa. If you are new to the
area or looking to meet new friends, find out
more about Newcomers. For the luncheon,
call Marilyn Smith at (813) 977-6861. For
information about the club, call Mallory
Gerstein at (813) 907-0386.

STRAZ VICE PRESIDENT TO SPEAK
The Rotary Club ofWesley Chapel will host
Michael Kilgore,vice president of marketing
for The Straz Center for the Performing Arts,
at 12:15 p.m. Oct. 27.The Rotary Club meets
every Wednesday at Dempsey's Restaurant in
Saddlebrook Resort. For information, contact
John Negley at (813) 779-6247 or e-mail
John.Negley@ahss.org.

THE ARTS
GODSPELL IN WESLEY CHAPEL
Godspell will be presented by 20/20 Drama
at 7 p.m. Oct. 22 and Oct. 23 at the Center for
the Arts at Wesley Chapel, 30651 Well Road.
Tickets are $10 per person. For tickets or
information, contact Pastor Bryan D'Onofrio
at (813) 973-2230 or
vlcdrama@victoriouslifechurch.com.

OPEN HOUSE INVITES
ENT HOSTS OPEN HOUSE
ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery Specialists will
have an open house from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Oct. 21 at their Zephyrhills location, 38039
Arbor Ridge Drive. Meet the doctors, enjoy
brunch food and win raffle prizes. For
information, call (813) 929-6673.

FIRE PREVENTION OPEN HOUSE
Zephyrhills Fire Rescue Station 2 will host a
fire prevention open house from 2-6 p.m.
Oct. 23. Health screenings provided by
Florida Hospital Zephyrhills. The station is
located on SixthAvenue near City Hall.

OPEN HOUSE AT ARTISAN AESTHETICS
ArtisanAesthetics will host an open house at
5:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at 5383 Primrose Lake
Circle, Suite A in Tampa. Drawings and
giveaways. Hors d'oeuvres and beverages will
be served.To RSVP, call (813) 971-2000.

FAMILY HEALTH
LOOK GOOD, FEEL BETTER
Florida Cancer Institute-New Hope will host
the American Cancer Society's "Look
Good...Feel Better" program from 4-6 p.m.
Nov 1.The program is free to women cancer
patients. Reservations are required.The
meeting will be at 38010 Medical Center
Avenue in Zephyrhills. For information, call
Mimma Molinari at (813) 783-1676.


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SBy Shannon Edinger
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Tails will be wagging when The Shops at
Wiregrass hosts the second annual
Dogtoberfest on Saturday, Oct. 23 from 2-6
p.m.Admission is free, and organizers are en-
couraging dog lovers to bring their animals
and enjoy live music, pet costume contests,
adoptions and more.
Jeanine Cohen is organizing the event on
behalf of a nonprofit all volunteer charity,
Animal Based Charities Inc.
"So far, there are 40-plus rescue groups at-
tending, and we will have over 500 cats, dogs,
puppies and kittens available for adoption,"
Cohen said.
There will be pet costume contests with
categories such as cutest dog, scariest dog
and most festive dog, to name a few. There
will be more than $1,000 in prizes at the
event, and everyone who enters his or her
dog into the contest will receive free gelato
from 365 Caffe Italiano.
Also, the first 50 pets signed up for any
contest will receive $10 microchips from a
veterinarian on location.
There will be pet product vendors and
kid-friendly activities at the event such as face
painting and balloon artists.
"We want people to come out and sup-
port our charities," Cohen says. "We had an


Lacey, a rottweiler owned by Chad Doritan,
was among the participants in the 2009
Dogtoberfest at The Shops at Wiregrass. The
event returns Saturday, Oct. 23. (File photo)

event in February where we had 500 adop-
tions in five hours and we want to do that
again."
The Shops atWiregrass is located at 28211
Paseo Drive in Wesley Chapel. For more infor-
mation, contact Jeanine Cohen at (813)
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--Alexander, Jr., Nicholas; bornAug. 31
to Nicholas and Melissa Alexander of Dade
City
--Bailey, Sophirra Rayne; born Sept. 16
to Casey and Lisa Bailey of Dade City
--Beldin, Aubrey Lee; born Sept. 24 to
Andrew and Robin Beldin of Wesley
Chapel
--Bennett, Aviann London Nicole; born
Sept. 22 to Levontae Bennett and Natasha
Downs of Dade City
--Burns, Cassidy Lee; born Aug. 27 to
Christopher and Amsler Burns of Dade City
--Carlson, Khloi Nevaeh; born Oct. 11 to
Matthew and Jessica Carlson of Lake
Panasoffkee


--Chaves-Jenkins, Mariah Namari; born
Sept. 19 to Mario Jenkins and Sarah Chaves
--Clemmons, Kendra; born Oct. 7 to Walter
and Jessica Clemmons of Dade City
--Engler, Titus Victor; bornAug. 31 to Isaac
and Tina Engler of Ridge Manor
--Gibbs, Gianna Marie; born Oct. 12 to Eddy
Gibbs and Justina Licalzi of Wesley Chapel
--Hedrick, Kylin Starlene; bornAug. 31 to
Lariisa Hedrick ofWesley Chapel
--Hughes, Hunter James; born Oct. 7 to
Robert and Deana Hughes of Kathleen
--Jernigan, Wyatt Lee; born Sept. 21 to Joe
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Cascade DuSel sits near her computer,
telephone in hand, talking to a student,
while clicking away on her keyboard.
Welcome to Spanish class, eSchool-style.
The Pasco County educator teaches 120
students online, including Spanish classes
for middle school, high school and
Advanced Placement students.
DuSel uses a lot of technology to deliver
her instruction. In addition to the curricu-
lum delivered in online lessons, she uses
instant messages, Skype, e-mails, texting, tele-
phone calls, audio files and her cell phone
to get the job done.
One of the beauties of eSchool is its flex-
ibility, said JoAnne Glenn, an assistant
principal who oversees Pasco eSchool.
It can cater to the pace of individual stu-
dents. Some students need more time to
learn, and they can take it. Others may be
able to zoom ahead, and they're not
stymied.
"It's not a passive learning experience,"
Glenn said. There are lots of ways for stu-
dents to be engaged, and teachers are able
to see if students are logging on, what they
are doing when they are logged on and
whether they are on pace to succeed.
eSchool also offers a safety valve to the
school district to enable students to take a
class that has been capped at a traditional
bricks and mortar school because of the
state's strict class size limits.
"Kids don't necessarily have to settle for
a second choice," Glenn said.
This year's eSchool enrollment is roughly
30 percent more than last year, which Glenn
attributes primarily to the class size limits.
"I think we (eSchool enrollment) will
continue to creep up in the next few
weeks," she added, to accommodate more
students who must shift into a new class be-
cause of the state's cap.
Enrollment for the program includes 53
full-time elementary pupils and about 160
full-time high school students. Overall, there
are about 500 sixth- through 12th-grade stu-
dents enrolled in at least one class. Ten
district teachers are assigned to the eSchool
program.
The enrollment figures also include chil-
dren who are being home-schooled, or who
are enrolled in private or charter schools.
eSchool gives students the option of tak-
ing a class that isn't offered on their campus
or doesn't fit into their school day.
"Classes are available 24/7. The digital
learner wants to be able to learn all of the
time.They're used to be able to access infor-
mation all of the time," Glenn said.
While students can work at all hours of
the day and night, the eSchool school year
complies with the school district's calendar,
Glenn said.
Students who are interested in eSchool
can try it without penalty, Glenn said.
There's a 28-day grace period, so students
can try eSchool without penalty. If eSchool
is not for them, Pasco eSchool will work
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eSchool gives students an avenue to
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Here's a look at a page in an eSchool
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JoAnne Glenn, who oversees Pasco
eSchool, says it offers great flexibility for
students in terms of curriculum and learning
pace. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of
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wants to be a professional golfer.
"He is up 4 or 5 in the morning, he does
an hour or two on the computer and then
he's out playing golf for 6 or 7 hours, then
he's back and does another 6 or 7 hours on
the computer," DuSel said.
"He's taking Spanish 2 and he's an
eighth-grader."
His mom told DuSel that she likes
eSchool because it allows her to be involved
in her son's education.
DuSel said the mom told her: "I know
everything that he's doing. I know all of his
assignments. I know when they are going to
be due."
eSchool not only encourages parental in-
volvement; it demands it, Glenn said.
eSchool teachers must talk with their stu-
dents' parents at least once a month, said
DuSel, who lives in Wesley Chapel. That's
not required of teachers at bricks and mor-
tar schools.
eSchool also requires lots of reading, so it
is not a good option for students who are
lagging behind in those skills, Glenn said.
DuSel loves teaching students online.
"It really is everything that I love about
teaching and none of the stuff that I don't
really love so much.
"I loved being in the classroom. I loved
my kids. I loved my schools. But this is just
pure subject matter.They're not coming up
to me and talking to me about other stuff.
There's no,'Sit down. Put your gum away.
Get that dress code appropriate. Go to the
office.' There's none of that stuff.
"When I'm talking to a kid on the phone,
I can talk to him purely about subject mat-
ter," DuSel said.
Glenn said people frequently wonder
whether the district offers physical educa-
tion and driver's education courses through
eSchool.
Both classes are offered, Glenn said.
Driver's education is available, but does not
include behind-the-wheel instruction.
Physical education is available, too, but the
students get to choose their own physical
activities, which can vary widely.
Another benefit of eSchool is that lessons
within a course can offer a wide variety of
options, enabling students to have more
choices in the work that is done to satisfy
course requirements, Glenn said.
eSchool is not for everyone, DuSel said.
"This is not for kids who do not want to
learn. If the parents don't have the time, or
the parents are not involved, and the kid is
not motivated - that is not a good combina-
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HIGH SCHOOL, from page 1
In "Images of America, Zephyrhills,"Wise de-
scribed the first public school in the city: "It
had four rooms on the first floor with a wide
hall and stairway leading to the second floor."
That structure was built behind the pres-
ent-day Clock restaurant,Wise said, during a
recent interview with Wise, Ron Cherry,
Clereen Morrill Brunty and Caroline
Marlette, all members of the ZHS 100
Centennial Committee.
As homecoming festivities kick into high
gear, many alumni will be sharing fond
memories of the good old days at
Zephyrhills High.
While it began as a school for students in
grades one through 11, the school went
through many changes over the years.
The original two-story wooden school
burned down and was replaced by a two-
story stucco school.That school also had a
fire, which caused extensive damage and
forced students to be split up and taught at
a bakery, a hotel, a grocery store, City Hall
and a schoolhouse annex until repairs were
completed through the Works Progress
Administration.
Wise marvels at how the city banded to-
gether to make sure students had places to
learn while awaiting the revamped school.
"Can you imagine a city - all those busi-
nesses - to show that kind of love and
support?"Wise asked.
The school moved to its current location
in 1975, with the former high school build-
ing becoming Stewart Middle School.
Ron Cherry has spent the better portion
of his life walking the corridors of
Zephyrhills schools. He spent a combined
total of more than 48 years as a teacher, stu-
dent and assistant principal.


He recalls when Pasco County had just
three high schools, and those attending
Zephyrhills High came from an area roughly
bounded by Greer Hill and the Pasco
County line, the Cypress Creek area and the
Polk County line.
Cherry played on the high school's bas-
ketball team during its glory days. He recalls
basking in the glow of the community's love
when he and his teammates won the state
championship in 1964.
As the team was heading back home, it
was greeted by sheriff's deputies at the
county line and given an escort into the city
where nearly half of the town was there to
celebrate.
"We thought we were heroes," Cherry
said.
Cherry also remembers the introduction of
technology into Zephyrhills High.The mathe-
matics teachers were ecstatic when they
learned they were getting a half-dozen calcula-
tors made byTexas Instruments, he said.
But the school quickly became a leader
in technology, said Caroline Marlette, brag-
ging how Zephyrhills High was the first
school in Pasco County to have its own
computer network.
Clereen Brunty, of the school's alumni as-
sociation, is excited about the upcoming
festivities, where old friends, classmates and
faculty members will have a chance to min-
gle and share memories.
Unlike many homecoming dances,
which are exclusively for current students,
Zephyrhills High will have two dances this
year.
The students' dance will be in the
school's activity center, while the ZHS 100
Social and Dance will be in the school's
commons area.


LIBRARY, from page 1
students to enjoy reading and not look at it
as a chore."
Mulieri added that she reads books to
children at the various libraries throughout
the year.
The decision to reduce hours comes at a
time when more people are using the sys-
tem's facilities.
"Our services as a whole have increased
by 12 percent from the previous year,"Allen
said."So we're looking at continued growth
in services with 13 less staff members from
last year. It's become interesting and difficult
to make it work, but more people are com-
ing in and that's important."
Some of those services go much further
than checking out books.
"More people are applying for welfare
and other government services and it's hard
to get to those offices or even to get some-
one on the phone," Allen said. "We help
people use the Internet to sign up for those
programs because a lot of people discon-
nect their Internet if they lose their job.Also
people come in looking for jobs and they all
need to upload resumes by Internet."
Marc Silverwood lives inWesley Chapel
near the New River Library. He said he goes
to the library every other week for a new
book and does not like the idea of reducing
hours.
"I usually come to the library in the
evening and it looks like they still have
evening hours, but I think libraries should
be open," Silverwood said."It's just an invest-
ment in the future if kids have a place to get
books."
News is not all bad for all of Florida's
public libraries. Several months ago the state
Legislature said it was going to cut all fund-


LIBRARY HOURS
New River Branch Library
34043 SR 54 in Zephyrhills
Tuesday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Wednesday, II a.m.-6 p.m.
Thursday, II a.m.-8 p.m.
Friday, II a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday, II a.m.-4 p.m.
Sunday and Monday, closed
Hugh Embry Branch Library
14215 Fourth St. in Dade City
Tuesday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Wednesday, II a.m.-8 p.m.
Thursday, II a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday, II a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday II a.m.-4 p.m.
Sunday and Monday, closed
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ing to libraries.This would also mean federal
funding would eventually end because that
money is based on a percentage of what the
state gives its library systems.
"They are continuing to give us about
the same amount, which is close to
$200,000 this year,"Allen said."We also got
three grants from the state this year, which
are paid for by federal money that will add
another $200,000."
For more information on the Pasco
Library System, visit pascolibraries.org.


ELVIS, from page 1
Rogers usually spends about an hour on
the dock, but Elvis will remain outside until
dark.
"Once it's dark, he will fly off some-
where. I'm not sure where he goes, but I've


always been curious about it," Rogers said.
Sometimes, Rogers will go out on his
boat to go fishing and Elvis will stand on the
front of the boat.
"If I'm not careful, he will get into the
bait well and eat all the bait," Rogers said.


Elvis has become territorial of Rogers' dock.
"He won't let any other birds on the dock,"
Rogers said. Elvis started a fight with a hawk
one time for coming too close to the dock.
"This is his territory."
Elvis is shy around people he does not


know. He keeps a safe distance when there
are strangers around, but he always keeps a
watchful eye on Rogers and the dock.
It is uncertain why Elvis chose Rogers'
home, but Rogers is certain of one thing:"He
is a happy camper."


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Your Neighborhood Sports Source


Lawson McLeod fastest 'Iron Kid'


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Lawson McLeod has been competing in
triathlons for nearly two years and he re-
cently tasted victory at the national Iron Kid
race Oct. 3.
The race was in St. Petersburg and in-
cluded a 50-meter swim, 500-meter run and
two-mile bike ride. The Wesley Chapel 6-
year-old finished with a time of 13 minutes


and 50 seconds, best-
ing 550 competitors in
his age group from 30
states and five coun-
tries.
"When I was com-
ing to the end there
were a lot of people
yelling." Lawson said.
"Then I heard my
cousins screaming that
I won. I was so excited
because it's the first
time I've won an Iron
Kid race."
Lawson has also
won four Livestrong
Youth Series races this
year.


Lawson, who is a
student atWesley Chapel Elementary, started
competing in triathlons just after turning 5
last January. His mother and father, Laura and
Tommy McLeod, also do such races and his
3-year-old sister Ryann will begin doing the
same next year.
"One thing we love about the sport is
that as a family we can practice and train to-
gether," Laura said."Bike workouts include
riding with Tommy and/or I at Flatwoods or
on the trails in Seven Oaks.We all go togeth-
er to swim practice at Arbor Greene and we
can run together."
Lawson said he enjoys doing all three ele-
ments of a triathlon. His mother said the day
after he competed in his first he could not
stop talking about it.
"He woke up and the first thing he asked
is was he going to race in a triathlon again
that day," Laura said."It was the cutest thing.
He just loved everything about it from the
start."
Laura and Tommy both love Lawson's
athletic pursuit, but they were surprised by
his selection of triathlons. Laura played col-
lege soccer while Tommy played college


football and the two thought Lawson
would pick up one or both of those sports
instead.
"He has played soccer at the (University
of South Florida) Bulls Academy held at USF,
played T-ball, baseball and karate," Laura said.
"He had fun seeing his buddies at these
sports, but triathlons have been the only
thing that he has ever popped up after the
event the very next morning and said,'do I
get to do a triathlon today?'
"The energy output level that he ex-
pends on a daily basis training is excellent
and having choices is wonderful too," Laura
continued. "He sees friends at swim prac-
tice, tri-camp and at all the meets, so the
social component is still there."
Lawson has done so well in this season's
Livestrong Challenge Series he will be pre-
sented with a special triathlon seat for his
bike. He will receive the prize for placing
first in the series locally Nov. 6 at the Bob
SierraYMCA in Northdale.
"I don't want the season to end, but I'm
excited for next year," Lawson said."It's really
fun and I want to keep doing it."


Lawson McLeod proudly displays his cham-
pionship trophy just after winning it in the
national Iron Kid race in St. Petersburg.
(Photos courtesy of Laura McLeod)


Bulls win second straight conference title

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

The Wiregrass Ranch High boys golf
team won its second straight Sunshine
Athletic Conference (SAC) championship
Oct. 11.The Bulls claimed the title after win-
ning 11 league contests in the regular
season and earning another 11 points in the
SAC tournament.
Dylan Larson shot an even-par 72 to lead
Wiregrass Ranch, followed by Logan
Horrigan with a three-over 75.
"You need four good scores to win and
fortunately we had that," said four-year Bulls
coach Nicholas Cuviello."The difference be-
tween the teams that win and the ones that
don't is having four-player depth.We have a
solid group that has been with the team for
several years now."
Wiregrass Ranch lost just three regular
season SAC matchups the last three years
after winning one match its first year and
finishing .500 in year two.
The Bulls have eight seniors on the 11-
man team. Cuviello said the Bulls are hoping
to win their first district tournament, which
is Oct. 19 at Pebble Creek Golf Club in New
Tampa; return to regionals for the second
straight year and make the state tournament
for the first time in school history.
Coming in second at the tournament
was Wesley Chapel and Mitchell high
Wesley Chapel senior Jacob Fleck earned schools. Land O' Lakes High came in fourth.
the individual title at the Sunshine Athletic The only golfer to finish under par at the
Conference tournament with a 1-under 71. SAC tournament was Wesley Chapel senior
(File photo, www.Photosby3g.com) Jacob Fleck, who shot 1-under 71. He was
the individual champion.


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Pirates take second behind Mitchell


The Pasco High girls golf team came in
second place in the Sunshine Athletic
Conference tournament, which was Oct. 12
at the Groves Golf and Country Club in Land
0' Lakes.
Mitchell High took the overall team title
and River Ridge High came in third.

City tennis program continues
Karl Hinkle has started the next season of
the after school tennis program for children at
Zephyr Park in Zephyrhills.Winners from the
most recent session are Karina Rao and J.P.
Hansen.
The new sessions are each Monday and
Wednesday for the next eight weeks for play-
ers ages 18 or younger. The beginner and
intermediate sessions are 4:30-6 p.m. and for
advanced players from 6-7:30 p.m.The cost is
$50 per person.
For the first time the sessions will include
team tennis if enough children sign up.
Coaches are also needed for the new pro-
gram. Hinkle would like to start the league as
soon as possible and play about a 10-week
schedule. No travel would be needed.
For more information on either program,
call (813) 782-5214.

Conquistadors feeling pink
Pasco-Hernando Community College
(PHCC) women's volleyball team will host an
event to raise money to fight breast cancer at
its Oct. 29 tri-match.
The Conquistadors will face off against


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Kelliannce May shot a team-best 5-over 70
for the Pirates, which was the second best
score of the day and two strokes behind
Mitchell's Rebecca Van Etten.Van Etten was the
individual champion.Wesley Chapel's Hana Lee
tied with Mitchell's Emma Fivecoat for third
with a 73.

Florida State College at Jacksonville at I p.m.
followed by a contest against St. Petersburg
College at 5 p.m. on PHCC'sWest Campus,
10230 Ridge Road in New Port Richey. All
money raised during the matches will benefit
the Side-Out Foundation, a national nonprofit
organization that helps people with the dis-
ease.
PHCC "Dig Pink" T-shirts are $15 and will
be sold by players during October and at the
door during both matches.While all PHCC
home games are free, volunteers will be ac-
cepting donations at the door for breast
cancer research. Fans are also encouraged to
wear pink at the matches to support Breast
CancerAwareness Month.

Bulls boys basketball tryouts
C & G Bulls are now having tryouts for
their boys I 2U to I5U competitive travel bas-
ketball teams.Tryouts are at Land 0' Lakes
Christian School's gym, 5101 School Road in
Land 0' Lakes, on Saturdays and Sundays from
4-6 p.m. For more information or to set up a
time, call (813) 957-0929, e-mail
candgbulls@yahoo.com or visit www.candg-
bulls.com.

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SPORTS



Wesley Chapel falls 49-3 to Land 0' Lakes


Young team looks to
learn from the defeat

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.comrn

Wesley Chapel High quarterbacks were
sacked 13 times in the 49-3 loss to Land 0'
Lakes High Oct. 15.
"We're a really young team," saidWesley
Chapel coach Ben Alford. "A lot of those
guys on the other sideline have been togeth-
er for three and four years. We're playing
three or four freshman each game. It makes


Gators quarterback Stephen Weatherford
had four touchdown passes and a rushing
score against the Wildcats.


it difficult, but they'll learn from these kinds
of games."
The 13 sacks set a new record for the
Gators (6-0), one of which knocked Wildcats
(2-5) freshman quarterback Alex McGough
out of the game with an apparent knee in-
jury as time expired in the first half.
Alford did not know the severity of
McGough's injury. McGough stayed on the
ground for about 10 minutes and he still
had a noticeable limp after the game.
The first-year Wesley Chapel coach had
to turn to junior Devon Henry, who usually
plays wide receiver and defensive back, to
lead the Wildcats offense. Henry attempted
just one pass, which he completed for one
yard and added 21 yards on 20 carries.
"I needed someone to play quarterback
and he's one of the best athletes we have,"
Alford said. "We couldn't really throw the
ball and that hurt us. He thinks he can throw
it all over the place, but he can't. Not yet."
Henry actually started under center for
the first five plays and has been getting time
in practice running certain plays at quarter-
back.
The Gators defense held the Wildcats to
just 75 yards. Wesley Chapel's lone score
came on a 27-yard field goal by junior Cody
Hodgens. The points were set up by a
muffed punt recovered by the Wildcats on
the Gators 40-yard-line.
While the Land O' Lakes defense was set-
ting up shop in the Wesley Chapel
backfield, the Gators offense was having a
party of its own. They took the opening
drive 49 yards down the field ending with a


Devon Henry had to fill in at quarterback for Wesley Chapel after Alex McGough left with a
knee injury. (Photos by Anthony Masella Jr. of www.OurtowFLA.com)


one-yard touchdown run by senior quarter-
back StephenWeatherford.
"I felt like our passing game has been off
for a couple games,"Weatherford said."I felt
like our running game clicked and our of-
fensive line has been doing a lot better too
and that opens things up in the passing
game. I felt good about our whole offense
tonight."
The Land O' Lakes signal caller finished
14 of 23 passing with 337 yards and four
passing scores while adding another 65


rushing yards.Weatherford has 1,661 pass-
ing yards this year and 24 touchdowns. His
276.8 yards per game is the third most in
Florida.
Weatherford threw a pair of touchdown
passes to wide receiver Will Irwin and tight
end Jason Tello, both seniors. The longest
was a 63-yarder to Irwin.
Wesley Chapel will look to get its first
Class 3A, District 7 win against 0-6
Zephyrhills High at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 22 at
Bulldog Stadium.


Warriors first perfect regular season 2010 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGS


Zephyrhills ChristianAcademy defeated
FISH (Families Instructing Students
HomeSchool) 54-0 Oct. 15 to complete the
first 10-0 regular season in school history.
"It's unbelievable," said Warriors coach
Mike Smith. "The kids are really excited, but
really it isn't anything out of the ordinary be-
cause they've been this good all year.They
won't be satisfied until they bring home a
state title."
Zephyrhills Christian had to travel to
Brandon to close out the regular season
against FISH (8-2).While stats were not avail-
able by press time, Smith said the Warriors
offensive leader was junior running back
Josh Roberts.
"He scored basically every time he
touched the ball," Smith said."He's an amaz-
ing running back and his offensive line
made it easy for him to get into the open
field."
The Zephyrhills Christian defense gave
up just 20 points all year and recorded eight
shutouts.
The Warriors have a bye in the first
round of the six-man football playoffs.They


Class 5A District 5
Plant 5-2 (1-0)
Alonso 2-4 (1-0)
Gaither 3-4 (0-I)
Chamberlain 1-6 (0-1)

Class 5A District 7
Brandon 6-0 (1-0)
Tampa BayTech 4-3 (1-0)
Freedom 2-4 (0-1)
Wharton 1-5 (0-1)

Class 4A District 6
Wiregrass Ranch 3-3 (2-0)
Tarpon Springs 3-4 (2-0)
Fivay 1-3 (1-1)
River Ridge 2-5 (1-I1)
Hudson 0-6 (0-2)
Ridgewood 0-6 (0-2)


Class 3A District 7
Land 0' Lakes 6-0 (4-0)
Pasco 6-0 (4-0)
Sunlake 6-0 (4-0)
Mitchell 5-2 (3-1)
Gulf 4-3 (1-3)
Wesley Chapel 2-5 (0-4)
Anclote 1-5 (0-4)
Zephyrhills 0-6 (0-4)

Class 2A District 5
Jesuit 7-0 (4-0)
Robinson 5-1 (2-1)
Steinbrenner 3-3 (2-1)
Middleton 2-4 (2-2)
Lennard 4-2 (1-2)
Strawberry Crest 3-3 (1-2)
St. Petersburg Catholic 1-6 (0-4)


Zephyrhills Christian running back Josh
Roberts. (File photo, www.OurtownFLA.com)

will next play at home, 34927 Eiland Blvd. in
Zephyrhills, Oct. 29 at 7:30 p.m.They will
find out who their opponent is next week.


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Can you spare 5?

By Derek Highley
Golf Columnist


Earlier this year I
decided to make a
, | commitment to im-
proving my golf
game. During the last
few years my game
had slipped a bit, but
luckily I had all sorts
of excuses at the ready to justify my rising
scores. In general I had conceded I was
just too busy to devote any time to my im-
provement.
For many of you this may sound famil-
iar.Well, I have found a solution.
I know that this sounds like a 2 a.m. in-
fomercial, but all you really need to
commit to see a positive difference in your
game is five minutes. Sure it would be bet-
ter if you could practice for a half hour or
longer, but when you just don't have the
time five minutes is better then nothing.
Last week I began committing five min-
utes in the morning and five minutes in
the evening to practicing my putting and
the results I have seen on the golf course
assures me it is paying off.The idea of five
minutes to better golf was passed along to
me by Charlie King, a top 100 golf instruc-
tor and director of instruction at Reynolds
Plantation just outside of Atlanta.
Here is the drill. Charlie calls it the
tracks and gate drill.Take two clubs and lay
them down three to five feet from the
hole giving yourself about an inch on ei-
ther side of the putter head. Those are
your tracks.Then place two golf balls on
either side of the hole an inch from the
lip.That is your gate.
I have a practice-putting cup that I use,
but you can just as easily cut out a circle or
use a CD as your target. The tracks are
there to help you see the face angle of


The tracks and gate drill


your putter as well as you path, either
straight back and straight through or with
a slight arc. Both are fine.The gate is there
to make the hole look bigger giving you
more confidence. Once you have your
tracks and gate set it's all about getting
your reps in.As you continue to stroke in
these putts of three to five feet you are
quickly building a pattern of success.
In a five-minute period you should be
able to get in 50-60 quality repetitions. In
just a few days to a week you will have
quickly built a reservoir of practice and
success to draw from on the golf course.
Even though five minutes doesn't seem
like it could be enough time to improve
your game, believe me it is.At least it is bet-
ter then nothing.

Derek Highley of Wesley Chapel is a
Class A member of the Professional
Golfers'Association ofAmerica and man-
aging partner with Global Golf Marketing.
He can be reached at (813) 310-5122 or
derek@globalgolfmarketing.com.


This lawyer's free advice: Start drinking heavily


So pour me some Tennessee whiskey,
Pour me a fine Jamaican rum.
That loud mouth soup
Can get ya kind of looped
Tequila, of course I'll have some!
-(We've Got) a Lot to Drink About - J. Buffett

By Randall Grantham
Community Columnist
Only two more
weeks until the elec-
i mtion and an end to
this non-stop bar-
rage of campaign
ads. We will finally
get a respite, if only
for a year or so (if
that), from the snip-
ing, mud slinging and,yes,in some cases,
lying pitches from politicians wanting our
votes.
If only there were some way to make
this time pass faster. I've already cast my
vote, so for me especially, it's wasted time
and money on both sides. So I invented
some drinking games.
To be fair, I did not invent the televi-
sion-related drinking game.They've been
around for years. You know, the games
where you and your companions take sips
of your beer or slam a full shot based on
when a character on television does or
says something that is cliche to the actor
or show.
And they're no new developments ei-
ther.There's one for "All in the Family," that
old show with Archie Bunker and his
"meathead"liberal son-in-law.The rules in-
clude instructions that you take one drink
whenever Edith "scurries" across the
room or whenever Archie tells someone
to get out of his chair. But, when Edith
yells at someone you take two drinks and
if it's Archie that she yells at, you take
three.


You'd get sloshed quickly watching
"Rachael Ray" where you have to take a sip
every time she says "EVOO,""goin' on,""del-
ish" or three more pages of Rachaelisms.
But no more so than the show 24 where
you take a drink each time Jack Bauer dis-
obeys an order.
So, in the spirit of the election, I've
come up with some drinking games to get
us through these last two weeks of the
2010 political season:
Whenever a Marco Rubio ad comes on,
one person yells "Marco" and when anoth-
er person in the house responds with
"Polo," all drink.
If you see the ad with Rick Scott's
mom, everyone has to say, "He's a good
boy," and take a sip.
As the election gets closer and closer,
more and more ads are running, some
back-to-back supporting opposing candi-
dates. Take one drink for each ad run
against a candidate that just ran a previous
ad. For instance,if there's anAlex Sink ad
followed by a Scott ad, followed by anoth-
er Sink ad, that's two shots.And, every time
someone says "flip-flop," that's also two
drinks.
If you see Kendrick Meek on an airboat
holler, "Red Right Return" and finish the
glass.
I don't know that this will make the
final weeks any better, but it will dull the
pain a little.And I don't recommend drink-
ing right before you before vote. But, it
does help to hold your nose.

Randall C Grantham is a lifelong resi-
dent of Lutz who practices law from his
offices on Dale Mabry Highway. He can
be reached at LutzLaw@aol.com.
Copyright 2010 RCG. To comment on this
or anything else, e-mail the editor at
news@cnewspubs.com and for past
columns go to cnewspubs.com.


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ZEPHYRHILLS/DADE CITYThe LAKERThe LAKER October 20,2010It's Not Wednesday Until You Read The Laker! By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comPasco County residents will see their public libraries open five less hours each week this year,but no facilities will be closed because of recent budget concerns. Last year all county libraries were open 40 hours a week and only the Land O'Lakes Branch Library will remain open that long this year.The new hours went into effect Oct.1,coinciding with the new fiscal year. Commissioners made the cuts to save the Centennial Park Branch Library in Holiday,which was earmarked for closure on an early version of the 2010-11 library budget,which was slashed $430,905 down to $6 million,according to Pasco library director Linda Allen. "We knew about the reduction in hours during the county commissioner's budget workshop Sept.21,"Allen said."We wanted to keep the libraries open the same number of hours,but doing this helped save one of our other libraries." Pasco commission chairwoman Pat Mulieri said one library had to remain open 40 hours a week so the county could continue receiving federal funding.The Land O' Lakes library is the busiest of the facilities, so it was the one selected to stay at the current hours. From Oct.1 of last year to this July 30, 377,510 items were checked out of the central Pasco facility,according to Allen.The next most used was the Regency Park Branch Library in New Port Richey with 276,730 and the Hudson Regional Library with 275,596. Also,the new hours do not affect the Zephyrhills Public Library,5347 Eighth St., because it is under the jurisdiction of the city. Mulieri was a professor at Pasco-Hernando Community College (PHCC) for more than 20 years.Working in education for so long made libraries very important to her,which made the decision to cut hours very difficult. "Reading is a major joy for me,"Mulieri said."As a teacher of young students early in my career,I realized that reading was the key to learning.I always tried to stimulate and encourage students'love of books.At PHCC I taught composition,literature,humanities and designed a course (called) images of woman in literature.In each class I would bring in diverse material to get the See new library hourspage 14See LIBRARY,page14 Wayne Rogers with his buddy, Elvis, a great blue heron who stays by his side while he fishes. They have grown closer since Wayne lost his dog a few years ago. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com)By Shannon EdingerLaker CorrespondentFishing is more than just a hobby for Wayne Rogers.It is a way for him to bond with his buddy,Elvis. What makes their relationship unique? Elvis is a great blue heron. Rogers,67,has lived in the area for 19 years now.Elvis first came by his Land O' Lakes house five years ago and,Rogers said, has returned every day since.Rogers'wife, Kitty,says Elvis showed up a week after their dog died."After losing my dog,I kind of took him in as a pet,"he said. Rogers is not entirely sure if Elvis is a male or female,but he named him Elvis and refers to him as a he.Elvis initially got Rogers'attention by flying around outside his back window.He also walked around and pecked on the roof to make noise. To this day,Elvis still uses these techniques to get Rogers'attention when he is hungry. "The hungrier he is,the braver he is," Rogers said.In the winter,Elvis is more aggressive because there are fewer fish to catch than in the summer.Great blue herons primarily feed on small fish.Neighbors have seen Elvis walk up to Rogers'back door and patiently wait for him to come outside. When Rogers walks outside,Elvis follows him down the back walkway to the dock. There,the bird quietly stands,waiting for Rogers to catch him some fish.Once Rogers catches a fish,he will hold the fishing pole up with the fish dangling so Elvis can grab the fish off the line."I don't want to try feeding him by hand,"Rogers said."He's still a wild animal and that long bill could cut one of my fingers off." "After losing my dog, I kind of took him in as a pet," Wayne Rogers said of Elvis, a great blue heron who visits his Land O'Lakes home daily.Elvis the heron finds a friendBudget cuts reduce library hoursZephyrhills High School's roots date back 100 yearsBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comWhen students and alumni of Zephyrhills High celebrate homecoming this week Ð they will be marking 100 years of public education in a place that prides itself on strong ties between the community and its schools. The homecoming game and its festivities,dubbed "A celebration of the generations,"promise to offer opportunities not only for current faculty and students at Zephyrhills High but also for decades of alumni and former school staff to create new memories and demonstrate school pride. The roots of today's Zephyrhills High go back a century,when small nearby schools closed and a new school opened in 1910 to accommodate children in grades one through 11.Madonna Jervis Wise has chronicled the city's history in "Images of America, Zephyrhills"published by Arcadia Publishing.She also gathered memories about the school in "Zephyrhills Ð An Anthology of its History Through Education."See HIGH SCHOOL,page14 FALL FESTIVAL FUN Perfect weather greets crowds at two area festivals Page 3 ELECTION 2010 Exploring the pros and cons of Amendment 4; early voting underway Page 2 PUBLISHER'S COLUMN Staff artists score baker's dozen of state awards Page 8 PETS ON PARADE Wiregrass welcomes dogs to event this Saturday Page 12 WHAT'SINSIDE Amberlee Moore lends a hand at her dad's booth during the Rattlesnake Festival Oct. 17 in San Antonio. Students are shown in front of the second Zephyrhills school in 1926. Schedule of EventsFriday,Oct.22: Homecoming Game Zephyrhills High Bulldogs vs.Wesley Chapel High Wildcats Bulldog Stadium at Zephyrhills High,6335 12th St.,Zephyrhills 6:30 p.m.: Gates open 7 p.m.: Pre-game float parade 7:30 p.m.: Game timeSaturday,Oct.23: Alumni Social and Dance7 p.m.: Commons Area,at Zephyrhills HighA dressy,casual affair for anyone who attended,taught or worked at Zephyrhills School.For information contact ClereenMorrill Brunty at clereen@tampabay.rr.com or www.zhsalumninews.websiteanimal.comSchool celebrates a century of serviceSee ELVIS,page14

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 20,2010 2 By Molly McGowanLaker CorrespondentIt's been called the "Vote on Everything" amendment by skeptics and considered the cure to the "boom and bust"cycle of real estate by proponents,but on Nov.2, Amendment 4 on the ballot will be called by a more complex name. Voters will see this title:"Referenda required for adoption and amendment of local government comprehensive land use plans." In layman's terms:"Should voter approval be required for changes to growth management plans? Should voters be able to veto a plan because they don't approve of the new blueprint for their city or county or of new proposed developments?" Cynics say no,that Amendment 4 would just create more taxpayer expenses,resulting from litigation that would inevitably follow vetoes to changes in land use plans. According to the Florida Chamber of Commerce,one of Amendment 4's most staunch opponents,city and county governments would have to hold referenda on upwards of hundreds or thousands of referenda annually,which would be quite costly. That's the main point that the opposition wants voters to be aware of Ñ that Amendment 4 could be potentially costly for taxpayers,and more of a hassle than a privilege when it comes to voting time. Adam Babington,vice president of governmental affairs at the chamber,said that under Amendment 4,the cost of holding elections would be between $44 and $83 million a year and litigation expenses could hit a billion dollars for the state of Florida. Babington stated that "it's pretty clear Florida is still in a recession,"and that Amendment 4 would only make things worse for taxpayers. Meanwhile,those backing the amendment argue that it's important for voters to realize the power and influence that voting "yes"on Amendment 4 would give them in the state government.Wayne Garcia,communications director for Florida Hometown Democracy,said Amendment 4 would give taxpayers and citizens the control they deserve over the land use system,allowing them to help decide how available land will be used,and which developments will be built where. Garcia said that since it's the taxpayer's dollars that pay for changes in land use plans,they should be directly involved in the decision-making processes.Garcia also said the argument that Amendment 4 would increase election costs is invalid;the Department of Community Affairs tracked how many land use amendments there had actually been over the past few years,and came up with an average of 4.2 a year. Garcia and other Amendment 4 supporters regard Land O'Lakes'Connerton neighborhood as an example of why Amendment 4 should be put into place.According to Garcia,the empty lots that were approved for homes within the development are now just a waste of space,and are examples of a "boom and bust"cycle of real estate that could be checked under Amendment 4. Garcia also cites the city of St.Pete Beach as proof that there wouldn't be an obscene amount of amendments proposed annually under Amendment 4.Garcia said the city of St.Pete Beach reviewed every comprehensive land use change since 2005 and found 25 proposed amendments,of which only 22 were approved and would have gone to election. Spread across four election periods,only five or six of those amendments would have appeared annually on ballots under the amendment.Garcia said that this number of amendments would be reasonable for Florida voters,and that over time,would probably decrease."I think there will be even fewer amendments once people learn to live within their means and their comprehensive plans,"Garcia said. Babington and the Florida Chamber of Commerce look at St.Pete's charter with a much more critical eye and see the attempt as a failure.Babington said that within 24 hours of amendments being drawn up for the city in 2008,a series of lawsuits and complaints were filed. Babington said that over the course of the following year,the local government had incurred over $5,000 in litigation fees and by September 2009,property taxes had to be raised in order to help pay for them.So Babington Ð and the rest of the amendment's opponents Ð view Amendment 4 as a surefire failure waiting to happen."This isn't just speculation of how it's going to work," Babington said."We have a case study of how it's worked in Florida,and it's failed miserably." Florida Hometown Democracy countered that the expensive litigation that resulted in St.Petersburg was a result of developers who wanted to build enormous hotels on the waterfront and negatively affect the city's population density,and not of the change in the charter. Regardless of what ultimately caused the litigation expenses in St.Petersburg,decisions on Amendment 4 will ultimately be based on whether they believe more direct control in their government is worth having to make more decisions on future ballots. Supporters of Amendment 4 cite the Connerton development as an example of why citizens should have more power to approve development. The Land O'Lakes community has only a few hundred of the 8,500 planned homes. (File photo) EARLY VOTINGDon't wait until Election Day to sound off on Amendment 4 and other issues.Early voting started this week and continues through Saturday,Oct.30.Most locations allow voting 10 a.m.to 6 p.m.There will no voting on Sunday,Oct.24.Pasco early voting sitesSaturday hours are 10 a.m.to 5 p.m. • Land O' Lakes Branch Library,2818 Collier Parkway in Land O' Lakes • Village Market of Wesley Chapel,5325 Village Market in Wesley Chapel • New River Branch Library,34043 SR 54 in Zephyrhills • East Pasco Government Center,14236 Sixth St.in Dade City • South Holiday Branch Library,4649 Mile Stretch Drive in Holiday • West Pasco Government Center,7530 Little Road in New Port Richey • Hudson Regional Library,8012 Library Road in HudsonHillsborough early voting sites• Jimmie B.Keel Regional Library,2902 W.Bearss Ave.in Carrollwood • New Tampa Regional Library,10001 Cross Creek Blvd.in New Tampa • County Center,601 E.Kennedy Blvd.in Tampa (9 a.m.to 5 p.m.) More locations at www.votehillsborough.orgAmendment 4 asks voters to check growth Medical Group of Tampa Bay Welcomes Milton Brown, MDMilton Brown, MD, board certi“ed in internal medicine, has joined Medical Group of Tampa Bay as a Hospitalist. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 20,2010 3 Fall Festival at The Grove44th Annual San Antonio Rattlesnake Festival New Rattlesnake Festival royalty was chosen in the Miss Rattler Pageant Oct. 9 at Dan Cannon Auditorium on the Pasco County Fairgrounds in Dade City. From left are Sweetheart Rattler Lindsay Ryann Golladay,7; Pre-Teen Rattler Olivia Landry, 11; Queen Rattler Amanda Smith, 17; Princess Rattler Laykin Elizabeth Williamson, 5; and Teen Rattler Rebecca Taylor, 13. (Photo by Gary Hatrick) Eighteen-month-old Amberlee Moore of Wesley Chapel lends a hand at her dad's booth during the Rattlesnake Festival Oct. 17 in San Antonio. Amberlee is the daughter of Michael and Lauren Moore. (Photo by Tammy Sue Struble) Madison Santos with her dad Jack Santos, owner of Santo's Pizza and Pasta and Skinny's Bar, as he accepts the People's Choice Award for best wings at this year's fall festival. Holding the reigns for the Relay For Life of Zephyrhills, Patty Richter of Dade City, pulled off a win at the final gopher turtle races at the Rattlesnake Festival. (Photo by Tammy Sue Struble) Pasco County commissioner Michael Cox judged the wing contest at the fall festival. Madison Weatherly of Weightman Middle, Maddie Sawyer, Helyn Maus and Isabella Forcino of Dr. John Long Middle helped at the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life booth with Gabriella Forcino and Angela Forcino at the Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce's'Fall Festival. (Photos byAnthony Masella Jr. of www.OurtownFLA.com) Gala XIVBlack Tie Gala To bene“t the Comprehensive Breast Center at Florida Hospital ZephyrhillsSaddlebrook Resort November 18, 2010 5:30 p.m.Singer, actress and ABC-TVs Dancing With the StarsŽ champion, Julianne Hough21st Annual Golf Tournament & Inaugural Tennis Tournament November 19, 2010Registration 7:00 a.m. Play begins at 8:30 a.m.Please RSVP by November 12, 2010. For more information please call the Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation oce at813-783-6144

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 20,2010 4 EDUCA TION CLUB MEETING EAST PASCO RETIRED EDUCATORS GATHERThe East Pasco Retired Educators Association will meet for its first fall meeting at 10 a.m.Oct.21 at the IHOP Restaurant, 13100 US 301 in Dade City.The speaker will be Margarita Romo,executive director of FarmWorkers Self-Help.All retired school personnel are welcome.For information or directions call Joyce Snow in Dade City at (352) 567-5050 or Joan Knowles in Zephyrhills at (813) 788-4980.CONTESTS POSTER CONTEST FOR SCHOLARSHIPSACT has kicked off its annual high school student design contest for high school students who plan to apply for 2011 or 2012 college admission to a two-year or four-year educational institution in the United States. Contest winners will be selected based on creativity,visual appeal and overall impact.The winning entry will be used to publicize the 2011-2012 ACT test dates and will be distributed nationwide to high schools. The top prize will be a $5,000 college scholarship.Prizes for second and third place will be $2,500 and $1,000,respectively.The contest deadline is Jan.31. For entry forms and more information go to actstudent.org/postercontest.ST AFFING NEWS ST. LEO NAMES NEW DIRECTORSaint Leo University has named Anne M. Kibbe as its new director of the Institute for Professional Development.The institute offers training,professional development and non-academic certification programs to employers,alumni and professionals. Kibbe previously was director of corporate training at Pasco-Hernando Community College.FUN STUFF TO DO JAZZ HISTORIAN GIVESTALK AT ST. LEODave Oliphant a poet,translator and jazz historian,will read from his works at 7:30 p.m.Oct.27 at the Daniel A.Cannon Memorial Library of St.Leo University. The university is in the town of Saint Leo at 33701 SR 52,four miles east of I-75.The public is invited.Parking and admission are free.A reception and signing will follow the reading.For more information contact Carol Ann Moon,outreach librarian at carol.moon@saintleo.edu or (352) 588-8261.SAND PINE FALL FESTIVALThe Parent-Teacher Association at Sand Pine Elementary School is having its fourth annual Fall Festival from 6 to 9 p.m.Oct.22 at the school,29040 County Line Road in Meadow Pointe. The event will include family-friendly entertainment,food,prizes and games such as Scarecrow Hop,Candy Corn Toss,Apple Bob and Mummy Wrap.Other highlights will include face painting,tattoos,hay rides and a pumpkin decorating contest.Anyone who would like to volunteer or would like more information can e-mail volunteer@sandpinepta.org or can contact Chrystal Mueller through the school at (813) 794-1900.Teen volunteers are welcome.DENHAM OAKS FALL FESTIVALThe Parent-Teacher Association at Denham Oaks Elementary School will have its annual Fall Festival from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Oct.22,at the school,1422 Oak Grove Blvd., Lutz. The festival will include games,inflatables,prizes,a disc jockey,food,a pumpkin patch and a vendor fair.The festival is open to Denham families and families living nearby. Tickets are available at the door.For more information call (813) 794-1600.FALL ORCHESTRA CONCERTThe orchestras from Wiregrass Ranch High School and John Long Middle School will perform a fall concert,under the direction of Dean Donataccio,at 7 p.m.Oct.26. The concert will be at the Theatre for the Arts at Wesley Chapel,30651 Wells Road. Donations are accepted at the door.Goody bags will be available for all kids following the concert.LEARNING OPPOR TUNITIES FREE "MAINTAIN YOUR BRAIN"A free course on maintaining mental agility is being offered through Encore Academy at Pasco-Hernando Community College. AARP and the Alzheimer's Association are offering "Maintain Your Brain,"a seminar aimed to help people who are 50 and older to learn tricks and techniques to stimulate and challenge their brains.It also helps people understand the distinction between normal age-related changes as opposed to serious memory problems.The seminar will be presented at 6 p.m.Oct.26.The class is free,but registration through Encore Academy is required.To find out more,call (727) 816-3439.TEACHING CHILDREN SELF-CAREJamie Granatino,of Behavorial Consulting of Tampa/Wesley Chapel will speak on "Teaching Children Self-Care and Daily Living Skills through Task Analysis"at the TIKVAH Special Needs Program at Tampa Jewish Family Services. Those attending will learn how to teach individuals with special needs to complete tasks utilizing an approach called "Task Analysis".This workshop is geared toward parents/ caregivers,in-home providers,teachers and professionals. The talk is from 7 to 9 p.m.Oct.27 at the Tampa Jewish Community Center,12009 Community Campus Drive.A $5 donation is appreciated.An RSVP is preferred but not required.Directions and other information are available at:www.tjfs.org.Please contact Lydia Abrams at lydiaa@tjfs.org to answer any questions or to RSVP.BUSCH GARDENS' PRESCHOOL SERIESBusch Gardens is offering a three-part series that give pre-schoolers and their parents a chance for some hands-on,interactive activities.The cost is $50 for each child/adult pair for a three-part series,which meets once in October,once in November and once in December. Participants get to choose to attend sessions on Thursdays or Saturdays.All sessions meet at 10:30 a.m. For more information about the Busch Babies series,designed for children ages 2 to 5,call (877) 248-2267. Schools are newsy places. 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By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comWhile voters can pick Jim Norman on the ballot for state Senator,a vote for him may actually be a vote for someone else. Norman was declared ineligible for Florida Senate's District 12 election after a Tallahassee judge ruled his failure to disclose an Arkansas house as an asset disqualifies him. Leon County Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford ruled the Hillsborough County commissioner "failed to substantially comply with the full and public disclosure requirements Article II, Section 8,Florida Constitution." According to the lawsuit,the $435,000 home was paid for with $500,000 given by the now-deceased political activist Ralph Hughes to Norman's wife,Mearline.Norman told the judge he had no knowledge of the deal,an explanation the judge did not accept.Norman is expected to appeal the decision this week. Despite the ruling,Norman's name will be on all Election Day,early voting and absentee ballots even if he loses the appeal. That is because all the Election Day ballots had to be printed about two weeks ago,according to Pasco County Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley.Also,about 28,000 absentee ballots have already been mailed and the county's election supervisor's lawyer successfully argued it would be too confusing and costly to reprint them all. "What will happen is a vote for Norman will be for whomever the Republican candidate turns out being,"Corley said."If he wins the appeal that is likely coming,the votes would obviously be for him and if the Republican Party of Florida has to replace him,then the vote would go to that new candidate.Without a doubt Norman's name will be on the ballot." Corley said there is precedent for such a move.In 2006 Republican Ken Littlefield ran for Florida House of Representatives' District 61 seat,but pulled out of the election for another position.Will Weatherford replaced him as the Republican candidate for the spot and won despite Littlefield's name being on the ballot instead of his. Weatherford won re-election in 2008 and is again the Republican candidate for the same seat this year. Corley said if Norman loses an appeal, there would be a sign in the more than 1,000 private voting booths in state Senate District 12's 57 precincts for early voting and on Election Day stating a vote for him will be for the Republican replacement.All absentee ballots printed from then on will also include the note unless he wins an appeal. Corley said that notice would not be placed until the decision is final.Corley said he was still waiting for that decision at press time. The case against Norman was brought by current Florida Rep.Kevin Ambler of Lutz.Ambler lost the primary for the Senate seat by 12 percentage points. Ambler sued Norman on the grounds that he was an ineligible candidate for not disclosing the Arkansas house,but asked Fulford to make him the replacement. Fulford did not make him the replacement. Ambler's attorney,Mark Herron,filed a motion Oct.18 asking for Ambler's name to appear on the ballot. Neither Ambler nor Norman could be reached for comment on the ruling. In her ruling,Fulford said it was difficult to make a ruling that removed someone selected by the electorate in a primary race, but said the law is clear and Norman is not eligible.She also stated it is unfortunate the ruling came close to early voting and Election Day. State Senate District 12 includes much of north Hillsborough,including Lutz and Odessa,and most of Pasco,including all or parts of Land O'Lakes,Wesley Chapel,Dade City,Saint Leo,San Antonio and Grower's Corner.Corley said he is also a voter in the district. "In this case people can choose between two write-in candidates or the Republican candidate,"Corley said."It isn't the ideal situation and we want everyone to understand what they are voting for if they select Mr. Norman." Early voting began Oct.18 in both Hillsborough and Pasco and Election Day is Nov.2.CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 20,2010 5 Jim Norman disqualified, not off ballot Kevin Ambler Brian Corley Jim Norman COMMUNITY EDUCATION CALENDAR 7050 Gall Boulevard Zephyrhills, FL 33541 (813)788-0411 www.fhzeph.orgFREE and open to the public. Reservations required. Seating is limited. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 20,2010 6 Help with Medicare enrollmentThe Medicare enrollment period is Nov.15 through Dec.31 and several Pasco County groups are teaming up to help educate seniors on their options. The SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders) program is partnering with the Area Agency on Aging and the Pasco Cooperative Extension Service for a free informational session.The course is from 1-2 p.m.Oct.22 at Clayton Hall on the Pasco Fairgrounds,36722 SR 52 in Dade City.Topics will include changes to the Medicare Prescription Drug Plans and Medicare Advantage Plans.It is important for seniors to understand what options are available to them and to make an informed decision. To reserve a spot,call (352) 521-4288.To make an appointment for one-on-one help, call the elder helpline toll-free at (800) 963-5337 and ask to be connected with a SHINE counselor.By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThree years ago Mary Jane and Jim Kranendonk lost their oldest son Thomas in a tractor-trailer accident. Thomas was killed almost instantly when a trailer he was backing up flipped over onto him.Working through the grief was very difficult and HPH Hospice helped the couple and their children,John and Robert, find some peace after Thomas'passing. "John did a camp for kids suffering through the grieving process,"Mary Jane said."HPH Hospice does a lot for families and kids in similar situations.It was hard,but they really helped our family so we wanted to give back in any way we could." To help raise money for the organization, Mary Jane's group,the Land O'Lakes Rowing Club,and Bay Area Watersports will host Row and Paddle for Hospice.The event is at 8:30 a.m.on Saturday,Oct.23 at Lake Saxon Park off Lake Saxon Drive in Land O'Lakes. "We're encouraging people to bring their own boats to the event,"Mary Jane said."We will also have drawings for coupons and other things from local businesses,a food vendor and a massage therapist to give people rubdowns before or after they go out on the boats." Denny Andram,of north Carrollwood, from the Stewards Foundation will bring his Tampa-based rowing team to compete against the Land O'Lakes rowers. "Mary Jane began rowing in one of our adult classes awhile back,"Andram said."We wanted to be a part of this to support her in starting her own group." Spectators are encouraged to bring a chair to watch.Rowers need to be at least 15-years-old to participate in the races. All the money raised from registration and part of what comes in from food and massages will go to the hospice. "We wouldn't be able to do the camps for children without help from people like Mary Jane,"said Laura Finch,HPH Hospice manager of bereavement services and children assistance programs."My heart can't express how much she does for us.She speaks so kindly of what we do,but really it's people like her that allow us to offer these programs."Finch,of Wesley Chapel,said children like John have one to three one-on-one meetings for free with a hospice counselor.Then they can go on a weekend camping trip where they do activities with up to 80 children to help cope with their loss.Finch said they usually ask for a $10 donation for the camp, but do not turn people away if they cannot afford it. For more information on HPH Hospice, call (727) 863-7971.Mary Jane,who is a physical education teacher at Denham Oaks Elementary in Lutz,started the rowing club at the beginning of this year.It currently has 15 members,all women in their 40s and 50s. Members come from mainly Land O'Lakes, but also Lutz,Odessa and Brooksville.One of the members who has been with the group for several months is Valerie Voelker.She had never done rowing before joining the group. "I've never done a competitive team sport like this before,"said Voelker,of Land O'Lakes."I did track in high school,but this is a challenge because it's a team.You have to learn to work together and learn each other's strengths to get anywhere.Most of the time there are new people during our mornings rowing,so we get to meet new people too. "Mary Jane motivates us all,"Voelker continued."Her coaching and educational background makes it easy for her to encourage us." The group rows Saturday or Sunday mornings at 7:30 a.m. Mary Jane enjoys doing the adult rowing club,but also wants to expand it to high schools as a club sport. "It's her passion,"Voelker said."She wants to get rowing up and running in the area because it's such a good time." The day will include races and demonstrations with rowing shells,canoes,kayaks and paddleboats.The event is $5 for those who register before the event or $10 at the event.Event-day registration starts at 7:30 a.m.To sign up,call (813) 996-4718 or e-mail lolrowing@gmail.com.Son's memory spurs Row and Paddle for Hospice From left are Land O'Lakes Rowing Club members Darby Harvey, Jennifer Nelson, Leslie Stanford, Barb Hayes and Mary Jane Kranendonk practicing on a Saturday morning. (File photo, www.OurtownFLA.com) The Kranendonk family received support from HPH Hospice after the death of Thomas Kranendonk. (File photo)

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 20,2010 8 By Diane KortusPublisherI've learned that the best way to lead a company is to step back and give its staff the room to do their job without interference from the boss. The more autonomy people have,the more self-directed they become and the better they are at their job.With autonomy comes empowerment and the time to explore new ways to do things in a manner that is best for the employee and ultimately the company. Engaged employees come to work knowing they make a difference.My staff knows their skills and talents are vital for the company to achieve its goals. Sure,the boss needs to hire the right people and guide the team in formulating a vision.After that,her primary responsibilities are to provide the resources her staff needs and to make sure her people have the freedom to try new things without worry of criticism if their ideas don't turn out quite as anticipated. This is the kind of boss I strive to be to my 14 employees.By giving every employee a voice in the company that is heard by their co-workers and me,we have created a culture that is continually evolving and learning. This culture allows my staff to excel and is why we can proudly announce in a full-page ad in today's paper that The Laker and Lutz News earned 13 awards at the 2009-10 Florida Press Display Advertising Contest. This is an extraordinary achievement for our small,independently owned company. We competed against the largest weekly newspapers in the state,most that are corporately owned with far more resources. There were more than 350 entries from newspapers from the Panhandle to South Florida submitting their best work in 26 categoriesWe are excited,and humbled,to be named winners in 13 of those categories.Significantly,seven are for first place,an impressive showing by anyone's standards.Last year,when we were just beginning to change the culture of our company,we received five awards in this competition.I find it remarkable that just one year later,we more than doubled the number of awards we earned. While everyone at The Laker and the Lutz News contributed to our success in the Florida Press competition,there are two employees I want to single out Ñ Matt Mistretta and Stefanie Burlingame. Matt is our art director and the person behind the design transformation at the papers.He has worked here since 2005 and this past year finally has been able to begin implementing his vision of improving the paper's overall look.Matt's commitment and steadfastness are greatly appreciated by his colleagues and me. Stefanie joined us two years ago and is the designer whose name is on most of the winning ads.Her job is to work with customers and sales staff to design knockout ads that move people to buy products and services our advertisers sell. Stef is the employee who taught me more than anyone else that the more I leave her alone the better she becomes.Her talent is evident by the 12 awards that identify her as the artist. Please join me in congratulating Matt,Stefanie and the entire staff for their outstanding work.You are fortunate to have such talented and dedicated people working every week to bring you a community paper that is one of the best in Florida. Empower your employees and they will do wonders PUBLISHER'S COLUMN Reach Diane Kortus at (813) 909-2800 and dkortus@cnewspubs.com. Oct.6,2010 Dear Ms.Kortus: Just a note to thank you so very much for the Publix flier insert now available in your Laker publication. We've enjoyed the weekly Laker in the past,but this makes it doubly special. The Zephyrhills City Library and the local YMCA are the two locations we frequent that offer your publication. Thank you again for including the Publix flier in The Laker. Sincerely, Dede Hammond, Zephyrhills LETTER TO THE PUBLISHER Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comThe Laker / Lutz News HOME SHOWS • SCHOOL SALES • BOOK FAIR READ-A-THONS • FUND RAISERS Children are cleverÐthey are our equals.We shouldn't talk down to them,but look across at them. Books should be friendly,and as much like magnets as possible.... They should promote wondering. They should be better than good. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 20,2010 9 In memory of David JerniganDavid "DJ"M.Jernigan,22,of Dade City, passed away Sept.28.He was honorably serving in the U.S.Army and was stationed in Honolulu,Hawaii.Jernigan received his computer engineering certificate while in the service and had a tour of duty in Iraq. He is survived by his grandfather, Clarence Jernigan;grandmother,Louise Jernigan;mother,Tammy;wife,Samantha; two daughters,Lena Paige and Sara Renee; and two brothers,Cody and Jesse Strong. A graveside service was Oct.7 at Floral Memories Cemetery in Dade City.Callahan graduates basic trainingAir Force Reserve Airman James M. Callahan graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base,San Antonio, Texas. Callahan completed an intensive,eightweek program that included training in military discipline and studies,Air Force core values,physical fitness,and basic warfare principles and skills.Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Callahan graduated from a home school program in 2009 and is the son of Carl Fink of Wesley Chapel.Phone cards help overseas troopsColdwell Banker Residential Real Estate CARES Foundation,the charitable arm of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, helps troops deployed overseas stay in touch with their loved ones back home. This summer,CARESdonated $25,000 to AT&T/USO,providingFlorida's troops with 1,600 Coldwell Banker-branded pre-paid international phone cards with300 minutes on each card. Coldwell Banker agents and employees from all regions of Florida offices had fundraising events such asbake sales,golf tournaments and office luncheons to raise money."Our generous sales associates,employees,families,vendors and customers have made it possible for our service men and women to call home more often and say Ôgood night'to a child,ÔI love you'to a spouse or ÔI miss you'to a parent,"says Clark Toole,president,Coldwell Banker Residential Estate,Florida. MILITARY PUBLISHES: Every Wednesday. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Paid subscriptions available for those outside delivery area. Call 81-909-2800.CIRCULATION: If you did not receive your paper, or to stop your paper, call 727-530-5521.NEWS DEADLINE: Thursday, 5 p.m. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE: Friday at noon. DISPLAY AD DEADLINE: Thursday, 5 p.m.EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS: Suggestions for news content and coverage are welcome and e-mails are invited. Publisher reserves the right to edit and/or reject any editorial and advertising content.LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: We welcome community topics in the 250-word range. Please include daytime phone number.Opinions expressed by the writers are their own and do not reflect the opinion of the publisher.ERRORS: Publisher is not responsible for errors in advertising beyond the cost of space for the first insertion, or for the validity of claims made by advertisers.MEMBER: Central Pasco Chamber, Wesley ChapelChamber, Zephyrhills Chamber, Dade City Chamber, Florida Press Association, Free Community Newspapers of Florida, Southeast Advertising Publishers Association, Association of Free Community Papers.Entire contents copyright © 2010 Community News Publications. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden in any media withou t prior written permission from the publisher. LAND O'LAKES,LUTZ,ODESSA,DADE CITY,ZEPHYRHILLS,WESLEY CHAPELServing Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 LOCATION 1930 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Suite 14 / Lutz,FL 33549 MAIL P . 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Cash for Coins ONE DAYONLYSaturday,October 23rd 9 am Ð 2 pmFair prices paid for pre 1964 Gold & Silver U.S. CoinsFREE COIN APPRAISALa $59 valueFor Appt. call Charlie Proctor813-780-18585529 8th Street, Zephyrhills20 years in the same location TITLE LOANS Use your title to GET CASHyou need today • Cars • Trucks • ATV's • RV's • Boats no credit check cash today Call: 813-788-1366 •Enjoy a visit to our Oriental Gardens and Koi pond •A full selection of Bonsai trees, lucky bamboo and accessories •Gift wrapping & cards included •Gift certificates available •Feng Shui and Oriental Gift Shop •Bonsai Accessories •Shipping available anywhere Bonsai, L Bonsai, L ucky B ucky B amboo amboo and O and O r r iental F iental F eng S eng S hui G hui G ift S ift S hop hop5602 Land O' Lakes Blvd. (Hwy. 41) • Land O' Lakes (813) 996-5012www.bonsai-online.com F F R E E G I F T w / $ 5 0 0 P u r c h a s e 2 2 0 0 % %W i t h h t h i s s a dO F F

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CAR SHOW 4th Saturday of Every Month ZEPHYRHILLSSATURDAYNIGHTCRUISE COMBINED WITH HALLOWEEN HOWL FESTIVALJoin us for a GHOULISH evening! *Please bring some candy to pass out to the costumed participants*Oct. 23rd4:00-8:00 p.m.€No Entry Fee €Food €Music by Bob & Brian Storer €Entertainment €50/50 Raffle €Cars,Cars & More Cars €Door Prizes for Registered Attendees DOWNTOWNZEPHYRHILLSFor more information please contact Main Street Zephyrhills,Inc.813-780-1414 or mszi@verizon.net(intersection of 301 and 54 West on 5th Ave.)€ Main Street Zephyrhills € The City of Zephyrhills € Progress Energy € The Laker € Pasco Shopper € Zephyrhills News € Pasco Roadrunners € Auto Land € Bullfrog Performance € Fast Forward Race Engines € JLP Motor Sports Inc. € Woodby Auto & Truck € Woodbys Truck & Auto & Street Rod Shop € Drew Ben Hudgins,P.A. € Rigsbys Auto Parts & Sales,Inc. € L.C.W. Custom & FabricationSponsors: Buddy Foster Chevrolet & Join us at 6:00 Sunday nights beginning in October for a live replayŽ of our morning worship service in a casual atmosphere.www.replaychurch.com €Casual dress €Blended worship style featuring inspiring arrangements of some of the best of todays contemporary music along with classic treasures youve loved through the years €Positive, relevant, biblical messages €Fast-paced, tag-team preaching by co-pastors Dan and Patty David €All are welcome!Want a Sunday morning worship experience at a more convenient time? Zephyrhills Wesleyan Church 38924 C Ave. (C at 20th St.) 813-782-7510 € ZWConline.com hair813.948.0450for additional specials visit www.uniquetechniquesllc.comBEAUTIFUL 23908 S.R.54,Suite 102 KERATIN TREATMENTS$150COLOR & CUT$55HIGHLIGHT & CUT$65 starting @ 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEY CHAPEL / ZEPHYRHILLS October 20, 2010 10 CALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION CALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION CALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION Christina M. Martin, DDS, MSORTHODONTICSChildren & Adults www.christinamartindds.com2234 Native Woods Lane € Wesley Chapel, FL 33543 813.929.6700BEHIND SAMS CLUB 2153 COLLIER PKWY € LAND OLAKES(AROUND THE CORNER FROM PUBLIX IN COLLIER COMMONS)813-909-4888Franklin JewelersSince 1946 MON-FRI 10AM-6PM € SAT 11AM-5PM 10% OFFjewelry repairWatch Batterylimit 1 per customer$5 OffGIA & EGL Diamonds Available / Jeweler on Premises€ Expert Watch & Jewelry Repair € Pre-Owned Rolex Watches & RepairsWE BUY GOLD & DIAMONDS 6 YEARS IN LOL AREA Need More Business?We have immediate referrals for:• Estate Planning Attorney • Family Law Attorney • Pest Control • Lawn Company • Hair Stylist • and many other types of business!BNIBusiness Networking InternationalCall Terri at 813.416.6251 Meetings are Tuesday mornings at SONG & DANCE STUDIO 27211 Foam Flower Blvd. € Wesley Chapel,FL

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Your Community Calendar • Submit to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com • All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 20,2010 11 MAN'S BEST FRIEND DOGTOBERFEST AT WIREGRASSThe Shops at Wiregrass will host the second annual Dogtoberfest from 2-6 p.m.Oct.23. Over 500 cats,dogs,puppies and kittens will be available for adoption.There will be pet costume costumes and free gelato to anyone who enters his or her dog.Pet product vendors,face painting and more. The shops are located at 28211 Paseo Drive in Wesley Chapel.For information,call Jeanine Cohen at (813) 625-2405 or e-mail dogtoberfest@catcall.org.F ALL ENTER T AINMENT AN EVENING OF WINE AND CHOCOLATEWineHarvest,1269 Bruce B.Downs Blvd.in Wesley Chapel,will host a DOVE chocolate discoveries tasting party from 7-9 p.m.Oct. 21.Admission is free.For information,call Joshua Bradley at (813) 388-6898.BRIDGEWATER FALL FESTIVALBridgewater Community Park will host a fall festival to benefit Helping Hands Food Pantry from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.Oct.23.Live entertainment,laser tag,business vendors, pet section and more.The park is located at the corner of Wells Road and Curley Road. For information,e-mail Lynne Tonte at steifflover@verizon.net.HALLOWEEN COSTUME PARTYSong and Dance Studio of the Arts will host a Halloween costume party for kids ages 18 and under from 6-10 p.m.Oct.30.Doors open at 6 p.m.for a trick or treat parade followed by a dance party and costume contest.Pre-register by Oct.25 for just $5 or pay $8 at the door.All proceeds benefit Song and Dance TNT Competition Teams travel expenses.The studio is located at 27221 Foamflower Blvd.in Wesley Chapel. For information,e-mail scrapdiva@tampabay.rr.com.LITTLE LEAGUE BOO BALLZephyrhills Little League will host Boo Ball, a free community party starting at 6 p.m. Oct.29 at am Pasco Field,39835 Chancey Road.Party includes pumpkin patch photos,hayride,family movie,costume contest,music,dancing and more.For information,call (813) 782-1500 ext 104.TRAIN RIDE THROUGH THE PARKCentral Pasco & Gulf Railroad will host the second annual Halloween train rides from 7-10 p.m.Oct.22 and 23 and Oct.29 and 30 through the woods at Crews Lake Wilderness Park.The cost is $3 per person. Food and drink will be available for purchase.For directions to the park,visit www.cpgrr.org.DADE CITY CHRISTIAN FESTIVALDade City Christian Church will have its annual fall festival from 4-7 p.m.Oct.30.The event is free with food,fun,and fellowship for the whole family along with a hayride, booths,and tractor show.The Withlachoochee River Boys will perform. The church is located at 11800 Windsorwood Blvd.off Clinton next to Hernando Pasco Hospice.For information, call (352) 518-0072 or e-mail dadecitycc@dadecitycc.net.SAFE, FUN PROGRAM True Life Center is offering a free event for high school and middle school age students in Pasco called Under Fire at 11 a.m.Oct.30. The all-day event includes paintball, volleyball,swimming and BBQ.Many young people are under fire these days with all they face in schools and personal lives and can benefit from a safe,fun-filled day. True Life Center is located at 4797 Allen Road in Zephyrhills.For information,call (813) 788-5433 or visit www.truelifecenter.com.EDUCA TE YOURSELF COMPUTER COURSE AT CARESCARES Crescent Enrichment Center,13906 Fifth St.in Dade City,has two openings left for the Unique New Computer Course for seniors.It will cover basics,managing your computer,Internet and e-mail.Each twohour session is from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays Oct.26 through Nov.23.Price is $99 and includes 18 hours of hands-on training.To register,call (352) 518-9300.To speak to the instructor,call Ernie Nieradka at (352) 593-6073.LEND A HAND GARDEN GATE CIRCLE WORKSHOPThe Zephyrhills Garden Gate Circle monthly meeting is at 10 a.m.Oct.21 in the meeting room at Magnuson Hotel,5734 Gall Blvd.in Zephyrhills.Participants will make tray favors for Meals on Wheels.Refreshments will be served.A brief business meeting will follow the workshop.Visitors welcome.For information,call Liz Geiger at (813) 7822681.USED BOOK SALE FOR ORT AMERICAThe Bay Horizons Chapter of ORT America will have a used book sale from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Oct.23 in front of Publix in the Shoppes at New Tampa,1920 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.in Wesley Chapel.The proceeds from the sale support the ORT Technical Schools and provide a scholarship to Erwin Technical Center in Tampa.For information, call (813) 907-8329.DONATE FOR A FREE MOVIECobb Grove 16 & Cinebistro,6333 Wesley Grove Blvd.in Wesley Chapel,has partnered with Feeding America Tampa Bay.Patrons can bring in a minimum of two canned goods during the first matinee shows in exchange for regular admission.This offer is good only on Oct.30 and excludes the MET opera event.Donations will be delivered to families in need.For information,call (813) 948-5445.FLORIDA BLOOD SERVICES CAMPAIGNFlorida Blood Services kicks off its fall campaign for the Tampa Bay community. Any blood,platelet or plasma donor who gives twice between Sept.1 and Dec.31, 2010 will be entered into a drawing to win two tickets to the big game in Dallas,Texas Feb.6,2011.Airfare and accommodations are included.Restrictions apply.Visit www.fbsblood.org for details.Prospective donors can give at any bloodmobile or donor center.For bloodmobile locations and hours,call (800) 682-5663.JOIN THE CLUB NEWCOMERS LUNCHEONTampa Bay Newcomers Inc.will have its monthly luncheon at 10:30 a.m.Oct.26 at Whiskey Joes,7720 Courtney Campbell Causeway in Tampa.If you are new to the area or looking to meet new friends,find out more about Newcomers.For the luncheon, call Marilyn Smith at (813) 977-6861.For information about the club,call Mallory Gerstein at (813) 907-0386.STRAZ VICE PRESIDENT TO SPEAKThe Rotary Club of Wesley Chapel will host Michael Kilgore,vice president of marketing for The Straz Center for the Performing Arts, at 12:15 p.m.Oct.27.The Rotary Club meets every Wednesday at Dempsey's Restaurant in Saddlebrook Resort.For information,contact John Negley at (813) 779-6247 or e-mail John.Negley@ahss.org.THE AR TS GODSPELL IN WESLEY CHAPELGodspell will be presented by 20/20 Drama at 7 p.m.Oct.22 and Oct.23 at the Center for the Arts at Wesley Chapel,30651 Well Road. Tickets are $10 per person.For tickets or information,contact Pastor Bryan D'Onofrio at (813) 973-2230 or vlcdrama@victoriouslifechurch.com.OPEN HOUSE INVITES ENT HOSTS OPEN HOUSEENT & Facial Plastic Surgery Specialists will have an open house from 9 a.m.Ð12 p.m. Oct.21 at their Zephyrhills location,38039 Arbor Ridge Drive.Meet the doctors,enjoy brunch food and win raffle prizes.For information,call (813) 929-6673.FIRE PREVENTION OPEN HOUSEZephyrhills Fire Rescue Station 2 will host a fire prevention open house from 2-6 p.m. Oct.23.Health screenings provided by Florida Hospital Zephyrhills.The station is located on Sixth Avenue near City Hall.OPEN HOUSE AT ARTISAN AESTHETICSArtisan Aesthetics will host an open house at 5:30 p.m.Oct.28 at 5383 Primrose Lake Circle,Suite A in Tampa.Drawings and giveaways.Hors d'oeuvres and beverages will be served.To RSVP,call (813) 971-2000.F AMIL Y HEAL TH LOOK GOOD, FEEL BETTERFlorida Cancer Institute-New Hope will host the American Cancer Society's "Look GoodÉFeel Better"program from 4-6 p.m. Nov.1.The program is free to women cancer patients.Reservations are required.The meeting will be at 38010 Medical Center Avenue in Zephyrhills.For information,call Mimma Molinari at (813) 783-1676. MUSIC FOR THE WHOLE FAMILYThe Wiregrass Ranch High and Dr. John Long Middle school orchestras will perform at 7 p.m.Oct.26 at the Theatre for the Arts at Wesley Chapel. Music includes Waltz of the Wicked, Halo 3 game music and The Haunted Carousel.Dean Donataccio will conduct the performance.Donations accepted at the door.Goody bags available for all kids after the concert. The theatre is located at 30651 Wells Road in Wesley Chapel.COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT Connect with Will Where theres a Will ...there Will be a way!One of Us. One of nine children, Will Weatherford grew up in Pasco County and is raising a family here. Faith, family and community have always been at the center of Wills life. Conservative Reformer. Recognizing that true reform requires sustained hard work, Will has led the effort to ensure that Floridas children have access to world-class schools and universities. Fighting for Jobs. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 20,2010 12 Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special along with a photo and mail to: Pet of the Week, c/o The Laker, P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL33548 Email to kwelton@cnewspubs.com, ATTN: Pet of the Week PETof theWEEK Puck is 14-years oldPuck is a loving cat that takes good care of her non-furry kids Noah and Tatum. She is recently in remission from her diabetes and enjoys hanging out on the back porch and sleeping. Proud owners are Rich, Laura, Noah and Tatum Hauser of Wesley Chapel. By Shannon EdingerLaker CorrespondentTails will be wagging when The Shops at Wiregrass hosts the second annual Dogtoberfest on Saturday,Oct.23 from 2-6 p.m.Admission is free,and organizers are encouraging dog lovers to bring their animals and enjoy live music,pet costume contests, adoptions and more. Jeanine Cohen is organizing the event on behalf of a nonprofit all volunteer charity, Animal Based Charities Inc. "So far,there are 40-plus rescue groups attending,and we will have over 500 cats,dogs, puppies and kittens available for adoption," Cohen said. There will be pet costume contests with categories such as cutest dog,scariest dog and most festive dog,to name a few.There will be more than $1,000 in prizes at the event,and everyone who enters his or her dog into the contest will receive free gelato from 365 Caffe Italiano. Also,the first 50 pets signed up for any contest will receive $10 microchips from a veterinarian on location. There will be pet product vendors and kid-friendly activities at the event such as face painting and balloon artists. "We want people to come out and support our charities,"Cohen says."We had an event in February where we had 500 adoptions in five hours and we want to do that again." The Shops at Wiregrass is located at 28211 Paseo Drive in Wesley Chapel.For more information,contact Jeanine Cohen at (813) 625-2405 or e-mail dogtoberfest@catcall.org.Dogtoberfest howls into town Lacey, a rottweiler owned by Chad Doritan, was among the participants in the 2009 Dogtoberfest at The Shops at Wiregrass. The event returns Saturday, Oct. 23. (File photo) Births at Pasco Regional Medical Center --Alexander, Jr., Nicholas; born Aug.31 to Nicholas and Melissa Alexander of Dade City --Bailey, Sophirra Rayne; born Sept.16 to Casey and Lisa Bailey of Dade City --Beldin, Aubrey Lee; born Sept.24 to Andrew and Robin Beldin of Wesley Chapel --Bennett, Aviann London Nicole; born Sept.22 to Levontae Bennett and Natasha Downs of Dade City --Burns, Cassidy Lee; born Aug.27 to Christopher and Amsler Burns of Dade City --Carlson, Khloi Nevaeh; born Oct.11 to Matthew and Jessica Carlson of Lake Panasoffkee--Chaves-Jenkins, Mariah Namari; born Sept.19 to Mario Jenkins and Sarah Chaves --Clemmons, Kendra; born Oct.7 to Walter and Jessica Clemmons of Dade City --Engler, Titus Victor; born Aug.31 to Isaac and Tina Engler of Ridge Manor --Gibbs, Gianna Marie; born Oct.12 to Eddy Gibbs and Justina Licalzi of Wesley Chapel --Hedrick, Kylin Starlene; born Aug.31 to Lariisa Hedrick of Wesley Chapel --Hughes, Hunter James; born Oct.7 to Robert and Deana Hughes of Kathleen --Jernigan, Wyatt Lee; born Sept.21 to Joe Jernigan and Amy Williams of Zephyrhills the stork reportSend us your birth announcementsSend your birth announcements to news@cnewspubs.com or Community News Publications,PO Box 271880,Tampa,FL 33688-1880.Fax:(813) 909-2802. Simplicity is my policy.Insurance and discounts subject to terms, conditions and availability. Allstate Fire and Casualty Insurance Company: Northbrook , IL. © 2010 Allstate Insurance Company.Save time and money when you combine policies with Allstate car, boat, motorcycle and more. Gary Gunter (813) 994-390028955 St. Rd. 54 Wesley Chapel garygunter@allstate.com Hi my name is Hobbs short for Hobbles. I got my name because I broke my leg as a young pup. Dr. Jo Ann Daniels helped my foster momget that fixed with weekly splint changes and medications. My leg is stronger now and almost fully healed. I love people, other dogs, and cats. I'm still a puppy, almost potty trained. I can sit, shake paws, lay down and speak. I am smart and ready to learn. I like to sleep in my crate at night.I'm neutered, and up to date with myvaccinations and microchipped. Adoption inquiries can go through www.cares4pets.com ALL DOGS  ALL BREEDS ANY AGE  ANY TEMPERAMENTSpecializing In Private Training in Your Home Board &Train FREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480  www.FL-K9.com • Veterinarians • Grooming • Breeding • Training • Supplies • Pet Sitters • Pets 4 Sale PET STATION NO HIDDEN FEES FOR MEDICATIONS OR TRIPS TO OUR PLAYYARDS, ONE PRICE DOES ITALL!Mention this ad for 10% off 1st stay or groom.Serving LOL & surrounding areas since 2001 (813) 995-9896"Where Every Pet is Treated Like Royalty"

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 20,2010 13 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comCascade DuSel sits near her computer, telephone in hand,talking to a student, while clicking away on her keyboard. Welcome to Spanish class,eSchool-style. The Pasco County educator teaches 120 students online,including Spanish classes for middle school,high school and Advanced Placement students. DuSel uses a lot of technology to deliver her instruction.In addition to the curriculum delivered in online lessons,she uses instant messages,Skype,e-mails,texting,telephone calls,audio files and her cell phone to get the job done. One of the beauties of eSchool is its flexibility,said JoAnne Glenn,an assistant principal who oversees Pasco eSchool. It can cater to the pace of individual students.Some students need more time to learn,and they can take it.Others may be able to zoom ahead,and they're not stymied. "It's not a passive learning experience," Glenn said.There are lots of ways for students to be engaged,and teachers are able to see if students are logging on,what they are doing when they are logged on and whether they are on pace to succeed. eSchool also offers a safety valve to the school district to enable students to take a class that has been capped at a traditional bricks and mortar school because of the state's strict class size limits. "Kids don't necessarily have to settle for a second choice,"Glenn said. This year's eSchool enrollment is roughly 30 percent more than last year,which Glenn attributes primarily to the class size limits. "I think we (eSchool enrollment) will continue to creep up in the next few weeks,"she added,to accommodate more students who must shift into a new class because of the state's cap. Enrollment for the program includes 53 full-time elementary pupils and about 160 full-time high school students.Overall,there are about 500 sixththrough 12th-grade students enrolled in at least one class.Ten district teachers are assigned to the eSchool program. The enrollment figures also include children who are being home-schooled,or who are enrolled in private or charter schools. eSchool gives students the option of taking a class that isn't offered on their campus or doesn't fit into their school day. "Classes are available 24/7.The digital learner wants to be able to learn all of the time.They're used to be able to access information all of the time,"Glenn said. While students can work at all hours of the day and night,the eSchool school year complies with the school district's calendar, Glenn said. Students who are interested in eSchool can try it without penalty,Glenn said. There's a 28-day grace period,so students can try eSchool without penalty.If eSchool is not for them,Pasco eSchool will work with the county's traditional schools to work something out for the student. eSchool gives students an avenue to complete their course work while pursuing special interests. For instance,one of DuSel's students wants to be a professional golfer. "He is up 4 or 5 in the morning,he does an hour or two on the computer and then he's out playing golf for 6 or 7 hours,then he's back and does another 6 or 7 hours on the computer,"DuSel said. "He's taking Spanish 2 and he's an eighth-grader." His mom told DuSel that she likes eSchool because it allows her to be involved in her son's education. DuSel said the mom told her:"I know everything that he's doing.I know all of his assignments.I know when they are going to be due." eSchool not only encourages parental involvement;it demands it,Glenn said. eSchool teachers must talk with their students'parents at least once a month,said DuSel,who lives in Wesley Chapel.That's not required of teachers at bricks and mortar schools. eSchool also requires lots of reading,so it is not a good option for students who are lagging behind in those skills,Glenn said. DuSel loves teaching students online. "It really is everything that I love about teaching and none of the stuff that I don't really love so much. "I loved being in the classroom.I loved my kids.I loved my schools.But this is just pure subject matter.They're not coming up to me and talking to me about other stuff. There's no,ÔSit down.Put your gum away. Get that dress code appropriate.Go to the office.'There's none of that stuff. "When I'm talking to a kid on the phone, I can talk to him purely about subject matter,"DuSel said. Glenn said people frequently wonder whether the district offers physical education and driver's education courses through eSchool. Both classes are offered,Glenn said. Driver's education is available,but does not include behind-the-wheel instruction. Physical education is available,too,but the students get to choose their own physical activities,which can vary widely. Another benefit of eSchool is that lessons within a course can offer a wide variety of options,enabling students to have more choices in the work that is done to satisfy course requirements,Glenn said. eSchool is not for everyone,DuSel said. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS October 20,2010 14 In "Images of America,Zephyrhills,"Wise described the first public school in the city:"It had four rooms on the first floor with a wide hall and stairway leading to the second floor."That structure was built behind the present-day Clock restaurant,Wise said,during a recent interview with Wise,Ron Cherry, Clereen Morrill Brunty and Caroline Marlette,all members of the ZHS 100 Centennial Committee. As homecoming festivities kick into high gear,many alumni will be sharing fond memories of the good old days at Zephyrhills High. While it began as a school for students in grades one through 11,the school went through many changes over the years. The original two-story wooden school burned down and was replaced by a twostory stucco school.That school also had a fire,which caused extensive damage and forced students to be split up and taught at a bakery,a hotel,a grocery store,City Hall and a schoolhouse annex until repairs were completed through the Works Progress Administration. Wise marvels at how the city banded together to make sure students had places to learn while awaiting the revamped school. "Can you imagine a city Ð all those businesses Ñ to show that kind of love and support?"Wise asked. The school moved to its current location in 1975,with the former high school building becoming Stewart Middle School. Ron Cherry has spent the better portion of his life walking the corridors of Zephyrhills schools.He spent a combined total of more than 48 years as a teacher,student and assistant principal.HIGH SCHOOL,from page 1students to enjoy reading and not look at it as a chore." Mulieri added that she reads books to children at the various libraries throughout the year. The decision to reduce hours comes at a time when more people are using the system's facilities. "Our services as a whole have increased by 12 percent from the previous year,"Allen said."So we're looking at continued growth in services with 13 less staff members from last year.It's become interesting and difficult to make it work,but more people are coming in and that's important." Some of those services go much further than checking out books. "More people are applying for welfare and other government services and it's hard to get to those offices or even to get someone on the phone,"Allen said."We help people use the Internet to sign up for those programs because a lot of people disconnect their Internet if they lose their job.Also people come in looking for jobs and they all need to upload resumes by Internet." Marc Silverwood lives in Wesley Chapel near the New River Library.He said he goes to the library every other week for a new book and does not like the idea of reducing hours. "I usually come to the library in the evening and it looks like they still have evening hours,but I think libraries should be open,"Silverwood said."It's just an investment in the future if kids have a place to get books." News is not all bad for all of Florida's public libraries.Several months ago the state Legislature said it was going to cut all fund-LIBRARY,from page 1Rogers usually spends about an hour on the dock,but Elvis will remain outside until dark. "Once it's dark,he will fly off somewhere.I'm not sure where he goes,but I'veELVIS,from page 1He recalls when Pasco County had just three high schools,and those attending Zephyrhills High came from an area roughly bounded by Greer Hill and the Pasco County line,the Cypress Creek area and the Polk County line. Cherry played on the high school's basketball team during its glory days.He recalls basking in the glow of the community's love when he and his teammates won the state championship in 1964. As the team was heading back home,it was greeted by sheriff's deputies at the county line and given an escort into the city where nearly half of the town was there to celebrate. "We thought we were heroes,"Cherry said.Cherry also remembers the introduction of technology into Zephyrhills High.The mathematics teachers were ecstatic when they learned they were getting a half-dozen calculators made by Texas Instruments,he said.But the school quickly became a leader in technology,said Caroline Marlette,bragging how Zephyrhills High was the first school in Pasco County to have its own computer network. Clereen Brunty,of the school's alumni association,is excited about the upcoming festivities,where old friends,classmates and faculty members will have a chance to mingle and share memories. Unlike many homecoming dances, which are exclusively for current students, Zephyrhills High will have two dances this year. The students'dance will be in the school's activity center,while the ZHS 100 Social and Dance will be in the school's commons area. LIBRARY HOURSNew River Branch Library 34043 SR 54 in Zephyrhills Tuesday,10 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday,11 a.m.-6 p.m. Thursday,11 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday,11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday,11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday and Monday,closed Hugh Embry Branch Library 14215 Fourth St.in Dade City Tuesday,10 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday,11 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday,11 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday,11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday and Monday,closed Zephyrhills Public Library 5347 Eighth St.in Zephyrhills Tuesday thorough Friday,9 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday,9 a.m.-12 p.m. Sunday and Monday,closeding to libraries.This would also mean federal funding would eventually end because that money is based on a percentage of what the state gives its library systems. "They are continuing to give us about the same amount,which is close to $200,000 this year,"Allen said."We also got three grants from the state this year,which are paid for by federal money that will add another $200,000." For more information on the Pasco Library System,visit pascolibraries.org. always been curious about it,"Rogers said. Sometimes,Rogers will go out on his boat to go fishing and Elvis will stand on the front of the boat. "If I'm not careful,he will get into the bait well and eat all the bait,"Rogers said. Elvis has become territorial of Rogers'dock. "He won't let any other birds on the dock," Rogers said.Elvis started a fight with a hawk one time for coming too close to the dock. "This is his territory." Elvis is shy around people he does not know.He keeps a safe distance when there are strangers around,but he always keeps a watchful eye on Rogers and the dock. 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Check This Out City tennis program continuesKarl Hinkle has started the next season of the after school tennis program for children at Zephyr Park in Zephyrhills.Winners from the most recent session are Karina Rao and J.P. Hansen. The new sessions are each Monday and Wednesday for the next eight weeks for players ages 18 or younger.The beginner and intermediate sessions are 4:30-6 p.m.and for advanced players from 6-7:30 p.m.The cost is $50 per person. For the first time the sessions will include team tennis if enough children sign up. Coaches are also needed for the new program.Hinkle would like to start the league as soon as possible and play about a 10-week schedule.No travel would be needed. For more information on either program, call (813) 782-5214.Conquistadors feeling pinkPasco-Hernando Community College (PHCC) women's volleyball team will host an event to raise money to fight breast cancer at its Oct.29 tri-match. The Conquistadors will face off against Florida State College at Jacksonville at 1 p.m. followed by a contest against St.Petersburg College at 5 p.m.on PHCC's West Campus, 10230 Ridge Road in New Port Richey.All money raised during the matches will benefit the Side-Out Foundation,a national nonprofit organization that helps people with the disease. PHCC "Dig Pink" T-shirts are $15 and will be sold by players during October and at the door during both matches.While all PHCC home games are free,volunteers will be accepting donations at the door for breast cancer research.Fans are also encouraged to wear pink at the matches to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month.Bulls boys basketball tryoutsC & G Bulls are now having tryouts for their boys 12U to 15U competitive travel basketball teams.Tryouts are at Land O' Lakes Christian School's gym,5101 School Road in Land O' Lakes,on Saturdays and Sundays from 4-6 p.m.For more information or to set up a time,call (813) 957-0929,e-mail candgbulls@yahoo.com or visit www.candgbulls.com.Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comLawson McLeod has been competing in triathlons for nearly two years and he recently tasted victory at the national Iron Kid race Oct.3. The race was in St.Petersburg and included a 50-meter swim,500-meter run and two-mile bike ride.The Wesley Chapel 6year-old finished with a time of 13 minutes and 50 seconds,besting 550 competitors in his age group from 30 states and five countries. "When I was coming to the end there were a lot of people yelling."Lawson said. "Then I heard my cousins screaming that I won.I was so excited because it's the first time I've won an Iron Kid race." Lawson has also won four Livestrong Youth Series races this year. Lawson,who is a student at Wesley Chapel Elementary,started competing in triathlons just after turning 5 last January.His mother and father,Laura and Tommy McLeod,also do such races and his 3-year-old sister Ryann will begin doing the same next year. "One thing we love about the sport is that as a family we can practice and train together,"Laura said."Bike workouts include riding with Tommy and/or I at Flatwoods or on the trails in Seven Oaks.We all go together to swim practice at Arbor Greene and we can run together." Lawson said he enjoys doing all three elements of a triathlon.His mother said the day after he competed in his first he could not stop talking about it. "He woke up and the first thing he asked is was he going to race in a triathlon again that day,"Laura said."It was the cutest thing. He just loved everything about it from the start."Laura and Tommy both love Lawson's athletic pursuit,but they were surprised by his selection of triathlons.Laura played college soccer while Tommy played college football and the two thought Lawson would pick up one or both of those sports instead."He has played soccer at the (University of South Florida) Bulls Academy held at USF, played T-ball,baseball and karate,"Laura said. "He had fun seeing his buddies at these sports,but triathlons have been the only thing that he has ever popped up after the event the very next morning and said,Ôdo I get to do a triathlon today?' "The energy output level that he expends on a daily basis training is excellent and having choices is wonderful too,"Laura continued."He sees friends at swim practice,tri-camp and at all the meets,so the social component is still there." Lawson has done so well in this season's Livestrong Challenge Series he will be presented with a special triathlon seat for his bike.He will receive the prize for placing first in the series locally Nov.6 at the Bob Sierra YMCA in Northdale. "I don't want the season to end,but I'm excited for next year,"Lawson said."It's really fun and I want to keep doing it."Lawson McLeod fastest ÔIron Kid' Lawson McLeod proudly displays his championship trophy just after winning it in the national Iron Kid race in St. Petersburg. (Photos courtesy of Laura McLeod) The bike riding part of the Iron Kid race was two miles long. Lawson McLeod, 6, during the running portion of the Iron Kid race Oct. 3. By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Wiregrass Ranch High boys golf team won its second straight Sunshine Athletic Conference (SAC) championship Oct.11.The Bulls claimed the title after winning 11 league contests in the regular season and earning another 11 points in the SAC tournament. Dylan Larson shot an even-par 72 to lead Wiregrass Ranch,followed by Logan Horrigan with a three-over 75. "You need four good scores to win and fortunately we had that,"said four-year Bulls coach Nicholas Cuviello."The difference between the teams that win and the ones that don't is having four-player depth.We have a solid group that has been with the team for several years now." Wiregrass Ranch lost just three regular season SAC matchups the last three years after winning one match its first year and finishing .500 in year two. The Bulls have eight seniors on the 11man team.Cuviello said the Bulls are hoping to win their first district tournament,which is Oct.19 at Pebble Creek Golf Club in New Tampa;return to regionals for the second straight year and make the state tournament for the first time in school history. Coming in second at the tournament was Wesley Chapel and Mitchell high schools.Land O'Lakes High came in fourth. The only golfer to finish under par at the SAC tournament was Wesley Chapel senior Jacob Fleck,who shot 1-under 71.He was the individual champion. Wesley Chapel senior Jacob Fleck earned the individual title at the Sunshine Athletic Conference tournament with a 1-under 71. (File photo, www.Photosby3g.com)Bulls win second straight conference title813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 20,2010 16 The Pasco High girls golf team came in second place in the Sunshine Athletic Conference tournament,which was Oct.12 at the Groves Golf and Country Club in Land O' Lakes.Mitchell High took the overall team title and River Ridge High came in third. Kelliannce May shot a team-best 5-over 70 for the Pirates,which was the second best score of the day and two strokes behind Mitchell's Rebecca Van Etten.Van Etten was the individual champion.Wesley Chapel's Hana Lee tied with Mitchell's Emma Fivecoat for third with a 73. Pirates take second behind Mitchell

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 20,2010 17 Class 5A District 5Plant 5-2 (1-0) Alonso 2-4 (1-0) Gaither 3-4 (0-1) Chamberlain 1-6 (0-1)Class 5A District 7Brandon 6-0 (1-0) Tampa Bay Tech 4-3 (1-0) Freedom 2-4 (0-1) Wharton 1-5 (0-1)Class 4A District 6Wiregrass Ranch 3-3 (2-0) Tarpon Springs 3-4 (2-0) Fivay 1-3 (1-1) River Ridge 2-5 (1-1) Hudson 0-6 (0-2) Ridgewood 0-6 (0-2)Class 3A District 7Land O' Lakes 6-0 (4-0) Pasco 6-0 (4-0) Sunlake 6-0 (4-0) Mitchell 5-2 (3-1) Gulf 4-3 (1-3) Wesley Chapel 2-5 (0-4) Anclote 1-5 (0-4) Zephyrhills 0-6 (0-4)Class 2A District 5Jesuit 7-0 (4-0) Robinson 5-1 (2-1) Steinbrenner 3-3 (2-1) Middleton 2-4 (2-2) Lennard 4-2 (1-2) Strawberry Crest 3-3 (1-2) St.Petersburg Catholic 1-6 (0-4)2010 HIGHSCHOOLFOOTBALLSTANDINGSYoung team looks to learn from the defeatBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comWesley Chapel High quarterbacks were sacked 13 times in the 49-3 loss to Land O' Lakes High Oct.15. "We're a really young team,"said Wesley Chapel coach Ben Alford."A lot of those guys on the other sideline have been together for three and four years.We're playing three or four freshman each game.It makes it difficult,but they'll learn from these kinds of games." The 13 sacks set a new record for the Gators (6-0),one of which knocked Wildcats (2-5) freshman quarterback Alex McGough out of the game with an apparent knee injury as time expired in the first half. Alford did not know the severity of McGough's injury.McGough stayed on the ground for about 10 minutes and he still had a noticeable limp after the game. The first-year Wesley Chapel coach had to turn to junior Devon Henry,who usually plays wide receiver and defensive back,to lead the Wildcats offense.Henry attempted just one pass,which he completed for one yard and added 21 yards on 20 carries."I needed someone to play quarterback and he's one of the best athletes we have," Alford said."We couldn't really throw the ball and that hurt us.He thinks he can throw it all over the place,but he can't.Not yet."Henry actually started under center for the first five plays and has been getting time in practice running certain plays at quarterback. The Gators defense held the Wildcats to just 75 yards.Wesley Chapel's lone score came on a 27-yard field goal by junior Cody Hodgens.The points were set up by a muffed punt recovered by the Wildcats on the Gators 40-yard-line. While the Land O'Lakes defense was setting up shop in the Wesley Chapel backfield,the Gators offense was having a party of its own.They took the opening drive 49 yards down the field ending with a one-yard touchdown run by senior quarterback Stephen Weatherford. "I felt like our passing game has been off for a couple games,"Weatherford said."I felt like our running game clicked and our offensive line has been doing a lot better too and that opens things up in the passing game.I felt good about our whole offense tonight." The Land O'Lakes signal caller finished 14 of 23 passing with 337 yards and four passing scores while adding another 65 rushing yards.Weatherford has 1,661 passing yards this year and 24 touchdowns.His 276.8 yards per game is the third most in Florida. Weatherford threw a pair of touchdown passes to wide receiver Will Irwin and tight end Jason Tello,both seniors.The longest was a 63-yarder to Irwin. Wesley Chapel will look to get its first Class 3A,District 7 win against 0-6 Zephyrhills High at 7:30 p.m.Oct.22 at Bulldog Stadium.SPORTS Wesley Chapel falls 49-3 to Land O' LakesZephyrhills Christian Academy defeated FISH (Families Instructing Students HomeSchool) 54-0 Oct.15 to complete the first 10-0 regular season in school history. "It's unbelievable,"said Warriors coach Mike Smith."The kids are really excited,but really it isn't anything out of the ordinary because they've been this good all year.They won't be satisfied until they bring home a state title." Zephyrhills Christian had to travel to Brandon to close out the regular season against FISH (8-2).While stats were not available by press time,Smith said the Warriors offensive leader was junior running back Josh Roberts. "He scored basically every time he touched the ball,"Smith said."He's an amazing running back and his offensive line made it easy for him to get into the open field." The Zephyrhills Christian defense gave up just 20 points all year and recorded eight shutouts. The Warriors have a bye in the first round of the six-man football playoffs.They will next play at home,34927 Eiland Blvd.in Zephyrhills,Oct.29 at 7:30 p.m.They will find out who their opponent is next week. Zephyrhills Christian running back Josh Roberts. (File photo, www.OurtownFLA.com)Warriors first perfect regular season Devon Henry had to fill in at quarterback for Wesley Chapel after Alex McGough left with a knee injury. (Photos by Anthony Masella Jr. of www.OurtowFLA.com) Gators quarterback Stephen Weatherford had four touchdown passes and a rushing score against the Wildcats. All Dinners Homemade N.Y. Style Pizza Homemade Cheesecake Spaghetti & MeatballsItalian American Restaurant Fine Italian Cuisine37502 SR 54 West Zephyrhills782-2856 Voted best of Pasco in Casual Dining, Fine Dining, Kid Friendly and Best Kept Secret! 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The house has "like new"solid hardwood floors in the living, dining and bedrooms!The family room has a wood burning fireplace and real wood paneling!Buy today; don't let this one get away!Call Faith Garcia for an appointment to see this one owner home in a quiet, established neighborhood. 813-503-6610 RUSSELL ADAMS REALTY, INC. 813-949-3600!DUPREE GARDENS LAKEFRONTon King Lake, ready for the ski boat! Boat house, dock, spa, fireplace, and huge oak trees, big long view of lake. Come watch the sunset. Cody Adams 909-07123 PLUS ACRESon fishing lake. Great Big Oak Trees! Paved Screened lanai! Tile Roof! Lots of Room to Play! Cody Adams 909-0712Quiet cottage life, and yet, close to everything! Call for an appointment before this one disappears! Lakefront 3 bedroom, 3 bath split plan home on 2.45 acres on 122 acre King Lake! Solid pine paneling and sliding French pocket doors!Faith Garcia 813-503-6610MOVE IN TODAY!Start enjoying the good life! Golf, tennis, shuffleboard: $94,900! Two-bedroom, two-bath home with glass enclosed Florida room and a single car garage in a community filled with fun! Call Faith Garcia 813-503-6610$255,000 ASBEL ESTATES… 5 bed, 4 bath, 3,400 sq ft home. Call Steve Johnston 431-3525CALL TODAY FOR AN APPOINTMENTShort Sale in Connerton! 5 bedroom 4 1/2 baths with 3,287 square feet! The house was built in 2006. Bank approval is needed forthe sale price of $250,000! Faith Garcia 813-503-6610.$204,900 NOT A SHORT SALE!2,220 SF home to Lake Padgett Estates. Bring your camper, boat, horse, or all! This deal is for YOU! Call Cody 813-909-0712SELLER MOTIVATED-Relocating 2005 Home on ? acre in Land O Lakes Home features covered deck, shed, and carport. Not a short sale. Call Clint Giesler 813-326-1936Lake Padgett Estates… 1/2 acre lot, 4/3, oversized 2 car garage. Huge Vaulted Ceilings Access to 3 Ski Lakes & Horse Stables. Cody Adams 909-0712PRICED REDUCED!$162,500!! Dupree Lakes! 3/2/2 corner lot w/view of conservation. Resort style clubhouse pool, tennis courts, basketball court, soccer fields, a tot lot, and sand volleyball! Call Carol Winship 813-469-1554VACANT PROPERTY2 MOBILE HOME LOTS-sold separately, .38 acres in Land O Lakes and 1.01 acres in Wesley Chapel Clint Geisler 813-326-1936.NOW SELLING FOR $119,000!PAID $302,100 in 2002! 7.49 upland acres and 1.12 lowland acres.Executive homes, water view, located in Balm which is inland from Sun City.Build your dream home and bring all your toys. Call Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 to get directions.10 ACRESold grove joining Connerton Development on Ehren Cutoff asking $299,000. Existing deep well on property. Arnold Godwin 813-690-7843Erlich & Dale MabryThe reserve at Hampton Lake1/4 Acre to 1/2 Acre lots, $189,900 MOL. Gated Tucked away Gem, water & conservation views. 22 lots to choose from, bring your own builder. Cody Adams 813-909-07122.13 ACRES,Septic tank,well and electricity avail on Site, call me and I will give you everything you need know about these two lots. Faith Garcia 813-503-6610RENTAL PROPERTYBEAUTIFUL HOME FOR RENTin gorgeous Asbel Creek. Many Upgrades in this charmer. Beautiful granite in kitchen, side-by-side refrigerator upgraded tile, neutral colors throughout! Holly 727-631-2068 COMMERCIAL SALE/LEASELAND O LAKES BLVD: RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME!1,000 square feet of commercial space available, highway frontage, could be car lot. Many, possibilities for $1,400 per month. Cody Adams 813-909-0712 1.72+ Commercial acres$540,000 off Land O Lakes Blvd; Zoned C3-commercial/light manufacturing district; SR54 and the Suncoast Parkway. Holly 727-631-2068US Hwy 301DADE CITY OFFICE SPACE, great Retail or office space for lease. 3,000SF for $6.00 PSF. Located in beautiful Dade City on busy. Zoned C2 Holly 727-631-2068PROMINENT COMMERICAL CORNERGreat business opportunity New Port Richey $2600 per month net, or $385,000 Cody Adams 813909-0712 Russell Adams Realty,Inc.2502 Land OLakes Blvd.Corner of Carson Rd.& US 41949-3603 € www.russelladamsrealty.comShort Sale Workout ResourceŽ 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEY CHAPEL / ZEPHYRHILLS Oct o ber 20, 2010 26 Randall C. Grantham, P.A. ATTORNEYATLAW Serving the community for over 20 yearsNEW LOCA TION! 1539 Dale Mabry Hwy € Ste 101 Lutz, Florida 33548-3033 Office: 813.949.3681 ARRESTED? DUI?Free consultation when you mention this ad.www.RandallGranthamLaw.com

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEY CHAPEL / ZEPHYRHILLS October 20, 2010 27 By Derek Highley Golf Columnist Earlier this year I decided to make a commitment to improving my golf game. During the last few years my game had slipped a bit, but luckily I had all sorts of excuses at the ready to justify my rising scores. In general I had conceded I was just too busy to devote any time to my improvement. For many of you this may sound familiar. Well, I have found a solution. I know that this sounds like a 2 a.m. infomercial, but all you really need to commit to see a positive difference in your game is five minutes. Sure it would be better if you could practice for a half hour or longer, but when you just don’t have the time five minutes is better then nothing. Last week I began committing five minutes in the morning and five minutes in the evening to practicing my putting and the results I have seen on the golf course assures me it is paying off. The idea of five minutes to better golf was passed along to me by Charlie King, a top 100 golf instructor and director of instruction at Reynolds Plantation just outside of Atlanta. Here is the drill. Charlie calls it the tracks and gate drill. Take two clubs and lay them down three to five feet from the hole giving yourself about an inch on either side of the putter head. Those are your tracks. Then place two golf balls on either side of the hole an inch from the lip. That is your gate. I have a practice-putting cup that I use, but you can just as easily cut out a circle or use a CD as your target. The tracks are there to help you see the face angle of your putter as well as you path, either straight back and straight through or with a slight arc. Both are fine. The gate is there to make the hole look bigger giving you more confidence. Once you have your tracks and gate set it’s all about getting your reps in. As you continue to stroke in these putts of three to five feet you are quickly building a pattern of success. In a five-minute period you should be able to get in 50-60 quality repetitions. In just a few days to a week you will have quickly built a reservoir of practice and success to draw from on the golf course. Even though five minutes doesn’t seem like it could be enough time to improve your game, believe me it is. At least it is better then nothing. Can you spare 5? FROM THE FAIRWAY The tracks and gate drill Derek Highley of Wesley Chapel is a Class A member of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America and managing partner with Global Golf Marketing. He can be reached at (813) 310-5122 or derek@globalgolfmarketing.com.So pour me some Tennessee whiskey, Pour me a fine Jamaican rum. That loud mouth soup Can get ya kind of looped Tequila, of course I’ll have some!–(We’ve Got) a Lot to Drink About J. BuffettBy Randall Grantham Community Columnist Only two more weeks until the election and an end to this non-stop barrage of campaign ads. We will finally get a respite, if only for a year or so (if that), from the sniping, mud slinging and, yes, in some cases, lying pitches from politicians wanting our votes. If only there were some way to make this time pass faster. I’ve already cast my vote, so for me especially, it’s wasted time and money on both sides. So I invented some drinking games. To be fair, I did not invent the television-related drinking game. They’ve been around for years. You know, the games where you and your companions take sips of your beer or slam a full shot based on when a character on television does or says something that is cliché to the actor or show.And they’re no new developments either. There’s one for “All in the Family,” that old show with Archie Bunker and his “meathead” liberal son-in-law. The rules include instructions that you take one drink whenever Edith “scurries” across the room or whenever Archie tells someone to get out of his chair. But, when Edith yells at someone you take two drinks and if it’s Archie that she yells at, you take three.You’d get sloshed quickly watching “Rachael Ray” where you have to take a sip every time she says “EVOO,” “goin’ on,” “delish” or three more pages of Rachaelisms. But no more so than the show 24 where you take a drink each time Jack Bauer disobeys an order. So, in the spirit of the election, I’ve come up with some drinking games to get us through these last two weeks of the 2010 political season: Whenever a Marco Rubio ad comes on, one person yells “Marco” and when another person in the house responds with “Polo,” all drink. If you see the ad with Rick Scott’s mom, everyone has to say, “He’s a good boy,” and take a sip. As the election gets closer and closer, more and more ads are running, some back-to-back supporting opposing candidates. Take one drink for each ad run against a candidate that just ran a previous ad. For instance, if there’s an Alex Sink ad followed by a Scott ad, followed by another Sink ad, that’s two shots. And, every time someone says “flip-flop,” that’s also two drinks. If you see Kendrick Meek on an airboat holler, “Red Right Return” and finish the glass. I don’t know that this will make the final weeks any better, but it will dull the pain a little. And I don’t recommend drinking right before you before vote. But, it does help to hold your nose. This lawyer’s free advice: Start drinking heavily COMMENTARY Randall C. Grantham is a lifelong resident of Lutz who practices law from his offices on Dale Mabry Highway. He can be reached at LutzLaw@aol.com. Copyright 2010 RCG. 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