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ELECTION 2010


Choices abound this Election Day


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs. corn

It's a mid-term election, but voters have
a lot riding on the outcomes of votes tal-
lied in Election 2010.
Voters will decide who will be Florida's
governor and its next attorney general.
They will choose who goes to Washington
to fill a Florida seat in the U.S. Senate.
Other big ballot issues include pro-
posed constitutional amendments that:
* Will determine whether legislative and
congressional districts are prevented from


being drawn to favor or disfavor an incum-
bent or political party
* Determine whether class size limits
for public schools should change
* Decide whether voters must approve
future changes to a local government's
comprehensive land use plan.
In Hillsborough County, voters also will
decide the fate of a 1-cent sales tax pro-
posed to pay for light rail, expanded bus
service and road improvements.
Many Hillsborough and Pasco voters
also will cast their ballots in the District 12
State Senate race.


Jim Norman won the Republican pri-
mary for the seat, defeating KevinAmbler.
But the race has been thrown into turmoil,
after Ambler sued to challenge the primary
results.
A Tallahassee judge disqualified Norman
in an Oct. 15 ruling, stating Norman had
failed to disclose a $500,000 gift on his dis-
closure form.
Ralph Hughes, a political activist and
Norman supporter, gave the money to
Norman's wife, Mearline, who used it to
purchase a house inArkansas.
See ELECTION, page 14


Pigz in Z'Hills

event attracts

barbecue fans

By Shannon Edinger
Laker Correspondent

It will be a day filled with food, music
and fun when the Zephyrhills Chamber of
Commerce hosts the inaugural "Pigz in
Z'Hills BBQ & Blues Fest" on Saturday, Oct.
30, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The BBQ & Blues Fest will be at Charles
Krusen Memorial Field at AlstonAvenue and
20th Street, east of US 301.Admission is $3
and children under 12 enter for free.
BBQ & Blues will most notably have a
BBQ cook-off
competition
with live blues
music playing in
the background. _
There will be I
professional
chefs and back-
yard chefs from
varying regions
participating in
the BBQ cook-off. Those attending BBQ &
Blues will be able to taste the chefs' BBQ
creations. The chamber hopes to register
the competition as a Kansas City BBQ
Society-sanctioned event next year.
Vonnie Mikkelsen, executive director of
the Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce,
wants people in the community to come
out and have fun.
"We expect people from all over to
come out," Mikkelsen said. "For the seasonal
residents coming back down to Florida for
the winter, the event will be a good wel-
come back for them."
Other events include an antique car
show, Kidz PlayPen activities, a Pignic on the
grass or in the Pig Palace (theVIP tent) and
vendors selling BBQ-related items such as
BBQ sauce and grills. There will also be ice
cream and refreshments provided at BBQ &
Blues.
Mikkelsen is still accepting community
and business BBQ cook-off team entries, as
well as car show entries. There are also
sponsorship packages available for partici-
pating businesses and teams. "Starting at
only $150, you can launch your event,"
Mikkelsen said.
The sponsorship packages vary in price.
"The Squealer" is $150 and it includes adver-
tising perks such as a sign at the main
entrance and a listing in the event program.
It also includes access to the Pig Palace and
two guest passes."The Piglet" is $500 and in-
See BARBECUE, page 14


Pumpkin patches


Dade City survivor promote family fun

tinda Davenport By B.C. Manion
Linda Davnor bcmanion@cnewspubs.corn


Linda Davenport of the Dade City Bosom
Buddies was ranked 15th in the United
States for raising funds individually for the
American Cancer Society and is herself a
cancer survivor. Photos of this event by
Anthony Masella Jr. can be found at
www.OurtownFLA.com.
More photos, page 4.


WAT'SINSID


Pasco quarterback Jacob Guy threw two
touchdowns and no interceptions.
GAME OF THE WEEK
Land 0' Lakes battles Pasco in
district contest
Page 17

SINGER AT SADDLEBROOK
Julianne Hough will headline
hospital benefit
Page 2

RESTORE
Home store supports Habitat
for Humanity
Page 3

FLU FIGHTERS
Fight the flu with annual shot
Page 6

ON THE BOWL AGAIN
Bowling league helps students
earn scholarships
Page 16


When it comes to choosing a pumpkin, it
generally boils down to a matter of personal
preference, said Coy Barton III, whose fami-
ly operates the pumpkin patch next to New
River Methodist Church on SR 54, just out-
side Zephyrhills.
"Some people like a perfect short, per-
fectly round one. Some people come in here
asking for the ugliest pumpkins. Some peo-
ple like the tall, skinny ones.
"Some people know what they're going
to carve already, in advance, so they want a
certain shape.
"That's why I like to get a good mixture,"
said Barton, whose pumpkins come from
Ohio, sell for 50 cents a pound and range
from 5-200 pounds. The stand sells Magic
Lanterns, Ghost Riders, Pie Pumpkins and
Big Macs.
Besides picking up pumpkins at the
patch, patrons also can buy hay bales, corn
stalks and decorated scarecrows.There are
also cutouts of Halloween decorations,
where people can take pictures of children
and adults.
At Harvester United Methodist Church,
2432 Collier Parkway in Land 0' Lakes,
pumpkins do more than raise money.They
help the church reach out.
The church recently had a Playtime in
the Patch, where pre-schoolers were having
a ball playing games, doing crafts and having
their faces painted.
The church also hosted a free fall festival
for families.
See PUMPKIN, page 14


Bryce Romonosky of Land 0' Lakes has
fun at the pumpkin patch at Harvester
United Methodist Church.


Laura Sutton (left) and Erin Grande wipe down pumpkins at the Seal Swim School pump-
kin patch in Lutz. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com)







Julianne Hough headlines hospital gala


By Molly McGowan
Laker Correspondent

Country music listeners have had her
songs stuck in their heads, primetime televi-
sion viewers have seen her footwork on
Dancing with the Stars and come Nov. 18,
supporters of Florida Hospital Zephyrhills
will get the chance to see rising star Julianne
Hough.
Hough is headlining the hospital
Foundation's black-tie Gala XIV at
Saddlebrook Resort's Grand Pavilion.All ben-
efits will support the creation of the
Comprehensive Breast Center at the hospital.
According to Foundation executive di-
rector Carolyn Sentelik, the Comprehensive
Breast Center, "Will really consolidate the
breast health services under one umbrella
and benefit the people of east Pasco
County."
She said the center will help,"streamline
the patients experience, reduce time and
trauma of the diagnostic journey from
weeks to days, provide access to a full physi-
cian team and provide education and
support services" to patients.
While no date has been set for the cen-
ter's opening, Sentelik stressed that the
community's support and involvement in
the gala is essential to fundraising efforts.
"It's our one primary event every year,"
she said.
And this year, the Foundation is excited
to have the support of and participation
from Julianne Hough, whom Sentelik called
a "natural link" to the mission of the
Comprehensive Breast Center. Hough active-
ly supports the fight against breast cancer.
At this year's EIF Cancer Research Gala
benefiting EIF'sWomen's Cancer Research
Fund, Hough explained that her stepmother
had breast cancer, and that awareness
fundraisers was what helped lead her step-
mother to an early detection of her breast
cancer.


"We're very excited about having
Julianne Hough, and we're very happy to
have been able to secure her participation
this year," said Sentelik.
Chris Drews, chair of the Gala
Committee, is equally excited to have
Hough aboard this year. Drews, major ac-
counts manager for The Laker, an event
sponsor, said that over the years the enter-
tainment at the annual gala - including
Crystal Gayle and Lee Greenwood - has al-
ways been a success, but that this year,"it's
evolved."
"I wanted to take it in a different direc-
tion, have someone who's on the charts
today," he said.
Raised in a family that valued the arts and
especially ballroom dancing,Julianne Hough
was a competitive ballroom dancer at the
age of 9, and trained with brother Derek in
London while still a child.
When Hough was 15, she became the
youngest dancer to win both the
International Latin Youth Champion and
Junior World Latin Champion at the
Blackpool Dance Festival in England.
Hough most recently showcased her
ballroom talent as one of the professionals
on Dancing with the Stars, and won with
partner Olympic speed skater ApoloAnton
Ohno on Season 4 of the show. The next
year, Hough won DWTS again, this time
with race car driver Helio Castroneves.
Recently, Hough made the decision to
put ballroom dancing and DWTS on hold to
enter the country music scene, in which she
is quickly making a name for herself. Her
first album was No. 1 on the top country al-
bums chart in May and held firm at No. 3 on
the Billboard 200.
In her most recent music video,"Is That
So Wrong," Hough shows off some of her
dancing skills, combining her passions for
singing and ballroom. Not to be stopped at
merely singing and dancing, Hough is also
currently filming Burlesque and a remake of


Julianne Hough will be part of the entertainment at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills annual gala.
(Photo courtesy of Universal Music Nashville)


Footloose, making her a hot commodity.
Drews said that the negotiation process
to get Hough involved with the gala oc-
curred before news of Hough's movie
Burlesque came out and before she began
filming the remake of Footloose; given
Hough's increase in media attention, Drews
said that she really is an "up-and-coming
star" and that having her participate in this
year's gala should bring more people to the
event.
Drews said 500 to 600 people normally
attend the event, but this year he is project-
ing 600 to 700 attendees.
Sentelik also expects there to be"a lot of
interest in the community" and said that
based on past galas, a wide spectrum of


people will attend the event. She said that
"friends of the hospital, board members,
physicians and employees" usually frequent
the annual fundraiser.
In addition to the black tie event at 5:30
p.m. on Nov. 18, the 21st annual golf tourna-
ment and the inaugural tennis tournament
will be the next day, also at Saddlebrook
Resort. Registration begins at 7 a.m. and
play begins at 8:30 a.m. on Nov. 19, with
funds also benefiting the Comprehensive
Breast Center.
Individual tickets to the gala cost $150,
and tables start at $2,500. For more informa-
tion on either the tournament or the gala,
call the Florida Hospital Zephyrhills
Foundation office at (813) 783-6144.


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Rehab your home while helping others build theirs


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs. corn

Diane Watta's thoughts were racing as she
scoped out the ReStore store in Zephyrhills.
"The ideas are going through my mind
like you wouldn't believe," said the 70-year-
old woman, who was at the store browsing
because she plans to undertake a few home
improvement projects.
John Sparling, also of Zephyrhills, said he
frequently shops at the store, which opened
on Oct. 1.
"There's always something you can use,"
said Sparling."We live in a trailer.There's al-
ways something you have to fix and this is
the place to come to get it. Every time I
come in here, I get what I want."
Sparling is familiar with the store, operat-
ed by Habitat for Humanity of East and


Central Pasco, because the organization has a
similar store in Dade City, where Sparling has
shopped.
The Zephyrhills store is a 15,000-square-
foot space at 4700 S.Allen Road.
It is next to a bunch of mini-warehouses,
which is advantageous, said NikiTrapnell, the
ReStore store manager. People who cannot fit
everything into their mini-warehouse, or
who don't want to cart off all of their stuff
can conveniently donate it to ReStore,
Trapnell said.
The inventory at her store is constantly
changing - as donations come through the
door and as customers carry out their pur-
chases.
The donations are always a surprise,
Trapnell said."It's like Christmas every day at
the ReStore store, you never know what you
are going to open up in the box."


Krista Bonometti (left), Niki Trapnell and Liz Mendez, are ready to serve you at the ReStore
store in Zephyrhills. (Photos by B.C. Manion)


ReStore


An exterior view of the new ReStore store at 4700 S. Allen Road in Zephyrhills.


During a recent visit, there were door-
knobs, desks, file cabinets, bathtubs, vanities,
a smoker, a grill, a portable AC, upholstered
chairs, patio furniture, mirrors, lighting, lami-
nate flooring, mattresses, mop heads and
faucets.
There was even a kitchen sink.
There are deals to be had.
"Our prices are generally 50 to 70 per-
cent off of retail,"Trapnell said.
But some items were a real steal: golf
clubs and bags of hardware for a buck; a
Danish end table for 10 bucks.
Ceiling fans typically go for between $5
and $50, depending on the type and condi-
tion, while weed whackers range from $5 to
$60.
The store accepts just about any dona-
tion, Trapnell said. If people want to give
clothing, they'll regift it to another charita-
ble cause, she said.The store also recycles
metals, paper, cardboard and aluminum
cans.
"Our whole concept is to reduce what
goes into the landfill and have people reuse
it, or repurpose it,"Trapnell said.
Profits generated by the store go into the
Habitat for Humanity's mission to eliminate


poverty housing in Pasco County and to
give families a decent, affordable place to
live,Trapnell said.
Judi Fisher, a volunteer from Land 0'
Lakes, is pitching in at the shop to help a
family earn 400 hours they need for a
Habitat for Humanity house. Their house
was destroyed by fire because of a faulty
ceiling fan.
The 43-year-old said she helps because
she has "a servant's heart."
Bert Reil, another volunteer, has been
helping Habitat for Humanity for 10 years.
"I helped on 44 houses," the Zephyrhills
woman said. "I enjoy seeing houses go up.
We were custom builders."
Like most businesses, the ReStore store
has felt an impact from the recession, but
not to a great degree.
The poor economy has caused more
people to look for good deals,Trapnell said.
But the store can't stock enough used appli-
ances to meet the demand, she said.
"People who were upgrading their appli-
ances before, when their appliances were
still usable, are hanging onto them."
To volunteer at the store or to make a do-
nation call (813) 395-6994.


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.
For more information please call the Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation office at

813-783-6144


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ZEPHYRHILLS
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HCC considers bringing college

classes closer to area


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

Hillsborough Community College wants
to expand into Northwestern Hillsborough
County - and has received the State Board
of Education's approval to do so.
If this story sounds familiar, it's because
the state gave the college the same kind of
permission 10 years ago.
The college submitted a new request on
Aug. 26 because so much time had elapsed,
the state asked the college to update its pro-
posal, said Ashley Carl, spokeswoman for
HCC.
HCC President KenAtwater justified the
college's request in an Aug. 26 to Judith
Bilsky, executive vice chancellor in the divi-
sion of Florida colleges. The letter was
accompanied by a detailed proposal, justify-
ing an HCC northwest satellite.
Atwater's letter notes that the college's
enrollment continues to grow and that a
center within Northwest Hillsborough"will
greatly improve access to higher education
for residents of Citrus Park, Lutz, Odessa, and
Northwest Hillsborough County while also
relieving overcrowding at our Dale Mabry
campus, HCC's largest campus."
The region already sends more than
3,500 students to HCC, according to a col-
lege analysis.
Residents from Central Pasco may also
benefit from a new HCC site because com-
munity college enrollments are not tied to
boundaries.
Denise Layne, an activist in Lutz, said "the
civic association is very supportive of hav-
ing a satellite location. It makes sense."
She said she and other community repre-
sentatives have met with Rob Wolf, a vice
president at HCC, who has made assurances
that the college has no desire to put the
satellite in an area against the community's
wishes.
Barbara Dowling, recording secretary of
the Keystone Civic Association, said the
community favored a proposed location on
Old Tobacco Road, which is in the Lutz plan-
ning area.


Siting the center in Keystone's planning
area may be difficult because the area relies
on water wells and septic tanks, Dowling
said.
Carl said that the college needs to ex-
pand because the Dale Mabry campus is
already over capacity and has no room to
grow there.
The Northwest Center would offer a va-
riety of courses such as intermediate and
college algebra, anatomy and physiology,
psychology, sociology, English and American
history. It also would offer introduction to
business administration, introduction to
computer technology, human nutrition,
physical education and other courses.
The college has been looking for a
Northwest location for more than a decade
and has looked at more than 20 locations,
Carl said.
It has seriously investigated several sites,
but they have not worked out because of
costs or other development challenges, the
college's submittal says.
Some sites that were explored include
the former Northdale Public Library, a K-
Mart building on Waters Avenue, the Citrus
Park Baptist Church and a site on Old
Tobacco Road.
The college also has checked out leas-
ing space but rejected those possibilities
because they were not deemed to be cost-
effective or were unsuitable for classroom
use, the submittal says.
However, the submittal notes, "with
softening of the real estate market in recent
years, several more viable sites have
emerged."
Carl said the college is not looking at any
specific site at the moment. She said she
could not specify the general area the col-
lege is looking at, except to say it is unlikely
that it would be west of Sheldon Road.
Atwater's letter also states that he has
met with the presidents of St. Petersburg
College and Pasco-Hernando Community
College to discuss ways they can collabo-
rate. Presidents of both colleges also wrote
letters to the state on behalf of HCC's re-
quest.


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Odessa youth Jacob Leuthold walks to cure psoriasis


By Kyle LoJacono
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What started as just a couple bumps on
Jacob Leuthold's head turned into a seven-
month search for answers.
"We went to seven doctors in that time
and each thought it was something else," said
Jacob's mother, Susan. "None of the treat-
ments or shampoos did anything. Finally we
found out he had psoriasis and we got him
the treatment he needed."
The main problem with the diagnosis is
psoriasis, which has no cure, is very uncom-
mon in children. Most people do not see
signs until turning 15, but Jacob saw the
bumps at 9.
The condition is the most common au-
toimmune disease in the United States,
according to Catie Coman, spokeswoman for
the nonprofit National Psoriasis Foundation.
There are about 69,000 people with the con-
dition in theTampa Bay area and 7.5 million
in the country.


Jacob Leuthold (right) and his younger
brother Joey on a family trip to Colorado
last December. (Photo courtesy of Susan
Leuthold)


Jacob, 13, said he wanted to do something
to help fight the disease. He and his mother
looked around and found several walks to
raise money for psoriasis research and aware-
ness, but none were near their Odessa home.
"A doctor told us about the foundation
and we wrote them asking if we could start a
walk in the area and they said several people
had asked them the same question," Susan
said. "When it got started they asked if Jacob
could be the youth ambassador at the walk.
I'm really excited about that."
The walk starts at 9 a.m. Nov. 6 at Ballast
Point Park, 5300 Interbay Blvd. in Tampa.
Interested walkers can do either a 1K (1 kilo-
meter or 0.6 miles) or 5K (3.1 miles). It is
free to participate, but donations are accept-
ed for the foundation.
The main symptoms of psoriasis are very
painful and itchy bumps and blotches on the
skin caused by the body's immune system at-
tacking itself. It can also cause large red areas,
cracks in the skin, bleeding and scabs.
Jacob said his biggest problem is the con-
stant itching.
"It's really annoying,"Jacob said."It's bad
all day long and doesn't get any better. It's
hard to focus on school when I'm always
itching."
The outbreaks are mainly on Jacob's head,
but it used to be all across his skin. He had se-
vere psoriasis, which means 10 percent or
more of his body was covered. His condition
is now considered mild, which means less
than 2 percent is covered.
"We use a couple of topical medications,"
Susan said. "We also have to make sure he
doesn't get too much sun because sunburns
make it worse ... We switched to basically or-
ganic milk and meat and that seems to have
helped. He also has a pro-biotic drink that
doctors have told us helps reduce the cover-
age."
Outbreaks represent more than short-term
discomfort. Coman said the more severe the


case, the more likely it is for people to develop
long-term health problems like heart disease,
type II diabetes and liver disease.
Psoriasis is genetically based, but is set off
by something in the environment, according
to Coman. No one else in Jacob's family has
it.
One problem those with psoriasis have is
people think it is contagious.
"It isn't contagious in any way," Coman
said. "Almost everyone with it has a story
about being asked to leave a public pool be-
cause people think it's contagious.That also
makes it hard to make friends."
One advantage Jacob has is he and a lot of
his friends had a third-grade teacher named
Linda Goode at McKitrick Elementary in Lutz
who also has psoriasis.
"That made things easier when we first
told Jacob he had it," Susan said."He said that's
what Ms. Goode has.All his friends know what
it is and it isn't a problem for him."
Goode still teaches at McKitrick; Jacob
currently attends Martinez Middle.
Jacob's goal is to raise $500 in donations
at the walk and he is currently at just more
than $200. The overall goal in Tampa is
$35,000, of which nearly $5,000 has been


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Coman said the walks fund research
while letting those with the condition know
they are not alone.
Jacob said he wants as many people to
show up even if they do not have psoriasis.
"I think it will help them understand it bet-
ter,"Jacob said."It will show them there are a
lot of people with psoriasis and we are like
anyone else.That's why I wanted to be a part
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Flu season is approaching and many people will
soon make the decision if they will get vaccinated
against the illness this year.
"I've always gotten the shot for the last five years
or so," said Lutz residentWilma Scott."I hate when I
get sick and I don't want to get my family or co-work-
ers sick, so I figure it's a good way to prevent that."
Last year's outbreak of swine flu, also known as the
H1N1 virus, changed Wesley Chapel resident Matt
Thompson's opinion on getting the shot.
"I never thought it made sense to get the shot,"
Thompson said."I always heard from people that they
got the flu when they got the shot and I didn't want
to have that happen.Then last year the swine flu hap-
pened and I didn't want it to happen to me. I thought
about it a long time and eventually got it. Nothing hap-
pened and I didn't get swine flu, so this year I got the
regular flu shot."
The flu, or influenza, is actually a collection of very
similar diseases.The Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC) states the flu is a contagious respira-
tory illness.The symptoms range from mild problems
to death.
The CDC's website, www.cdc.gov/flu, says each
year several thousand people die from the flu. Last
year about 12,000 died worldwide from H1N1. Each
year the particular strain changes, which is what
makes it so potentially dangerous because old immu-
nity, either natural or from vaccination, is not effective
in preventing the newer forms.
Dr. David Johnson has been
Pasco County's health officer
since 2007. He said getting the
flu shot is the most effective
way to prevent getting the flu,
which is why he gets one each
year.
"The seasonal flu shot pro-
Dr. David Johnson tects against flu viruses that
will be most common during the upcoming season,"
Johnson said. "This year's flu vaccine will protect
against 2009 H1N1 and two other influenza viruses,


an H3N2 virus and an
influenza B virus." Common flu
The CDC is cur- symptoms
rently recommending * Fever
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nual flu shot each year. * Coughing
It is highly recom- * Sore throat
mended for people * Runny or stuffy nose
between six months * Muscle or body aches
and 5 years old as well * Headaches
as those 65 years old * Fatigue
or older because they *Vomiting
are at higher risk of * Diarrhea
getting the disease and
of having more severe
symptoms.
"This season, people 65 years and older will have
two flu shots available to choose from, a regular dose
flu shot and a new flu shot designed specifically for
people 65 and older with a higher dose,"Johnson said.
"This should result in a stronger immune response."
Most people who get the flu recover in a few days
to two weeks, according to the CDC, but it can devel-
op into pneumonia or other respiratory diseases.The
best way to prevent the progression is getting a lot of
sleep and drinking plenty of fluids.
Other than getting the shot, the CDC has four ways
to help prevent getting the flu.
First, avoid close contact with people who are visi-
bly sick.The CDC does caution that people can spread
the virus a day before they have symptoms.Also wash
hands often and avoid touching the eyes, nose or
mouth.The last step is to practice general good health
habits, such as getting enough sleep, get enough exer-
cise, manage stress, drink plenty of fluids and eat
nutritious food.
Those interested in getting a seasonal flu shot can
do so on a walk-in basis at the Zephyrhills Clinic, 4717
Airport Road or at the Dade City Clinic, 13941 15th
St., Monday to Thursday from 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.. The
cost is $25 for the shot, $40 for the high-dose shot or
for $57 for pneumonia shots. Call (813) 780-0740 in
Zephyrhills or (352) 521-1450 in Dade City for avail-
ability.


Wellness fair a success
Quantum Vitality Centres in
Wesley Chapel hosted the first
of a series of Health &Wellness
fairs Oct. 16. Free screenings
were available for high blood
pressure, adrenal function, toxic-
ity levels, spinal alignment and
obesity. Everyone who attended
the last fair received a goodie
bag and could sample healthy
snacks. Door prizes were also
awarded.
The centre also offers local
outreach of free health screen-
ing and educational workshops
to local businesses, schools,
churches and clubs. Quantum
Vitality Centres is located at
27454 Cashford Circle in Wesley
Chapel and can be reached at
(813) 973-4747 or at
www.QVChealth.info.

Pasco Regionals stress relief
Pasco Regional Medical
Center, 13100 Fort King Road in
Dade City, hosts a stress relief pro-
gram aimed at those who are
helping their family or loved ones
who are aged, sick or disabled at
home. The classes are free the
third Thursday each month at
10:30 a.m.These talks are open to
the public, however RSVP is re-
quired. For more information, call
(727) 643-7159

Red Ribbon Week
Red Ribbon Week has been
celebrated the past 25 years dur-
ing the last week in October and
is a nationwide effort to pro-
mote healthy, drug-free living
and motivate youth across the
country to live drug-free. The


Zephyrhills Police Department
will be participating through the
school resource unit in partner-
ship with local schools to
celebrate by encouraging stu-
dents to follow the spirit of the
week.

Kids are Heroes campaign
St. Joseph's Children's
Hospital recently kicked off its
14th annual Kids Are Heroes
campaign. The hospital is look-
ing for children in the Tampa Bay
area who have been heroes to
their classmates, neighbors, fami-
ly members or elsewhere. The
deadline for nominations is Oct.
29.
Since 1996, 1,000 children
from Pasco, Hillsborough and the
surrounding counties between
the ages of 5 and 18 have been
chosen for the honor. Winners
will be chosen in three age cate-
gories.
For a nomination form, call
(813) 870-5437 or visit
www.stjosephschildrens.com.

Breast cancer support group
The Florida Cancer Institute-
New Hope's New Port Richey
center, 8763 River Crossing Blvd.,
will host its regular breast cancer
support group meeting Oct. 28 at
6 p.m. The group meets every
other Thursday.There will be an
open discussion with the group
on topics of interest.Anyone who
has been touched by breast can-
cer is invited to attend, not just
New Hope patients. Light refresh-
ments will be served. Call (727)
842-8411 ext. 150 for more infor-
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FIVE-STAR SCHOOL AWARD
Forty-eight schools in the Pasco County
school district have earned the 2009-2010
Five-Star School Award from the Florida
Department of Education.
To qualify, a school must achieve 100
percent of the required criteria in the areas
of business partnership, family involvement,
volunteerism, community service and
school advisory councils.
Here is a listing of winners, followed by
the number of years each school has
achieved the listing. Rodney B. Cox
Elementary School, Mitchell High School,
Watergrass Elementary School (one year);
Oakstead Elementary School, Rushe Middle
School, Veterans Elementary School (two
years); Double Branch Elementary School,
and New River Elementary School (three
years) ChesterWTaylor Elementary School
and Wiregrass Ranch High School (four
years); Pine View Elementary School and
Seven Oaks Elementary School (five years);
Wesley Chapel Elementary School (six


years). Pasco Elementary School, Pine View
Middle School, Quail Hollow Elementary
School, San Antonio Elementary School and
West Zephyrhills Elementary School (eight
years); Centennial Elementary School and
Sanders Memorial Elementary School (nine
years); and, Sand Pine Elementary School
(11 years).
PROGRESS ENERGY PROMOTES
ENERGY EDUCATION
Progress Energy has donated $50,000 to
Pasco County Schools, via the Pasco
Education Foundation, to fund the
Progress Energy Gives You Power to
Protect.The funds will establish hands-on
learning stations at the Energy and Marine
Center.

HELPING OTHERS
FREEDOM HIGH HELPS TROOPS
Freedom High School, 17410
Commerce Park Blvd., is sponsoring two
events through Oct. 29 to help the troops.
The Armed Forces Club is conducting a


"Support OurTroops" care package drive.
Each classroom receives a brown paper
bag and a jar.The bag is for items that are
useful to troops overseas.The jar is to col-
lect pennies to help pay for postage to ship
the care packages.
The media center is offering a"Library
Fine Amnesty" to encourage students to do-
nate items. Students can have their fines
waived or reduced, based on the number
of items they donate.The amnesty program
applies only to fines, not lost books.

FUN STUFF TO DO
TRICK OR TREATING
AT THE TRACK
Wesley Chapel High School is hosting a
Trick or Treat around the Track from 6-7
p.m. Oct. 29 at the high school's football
stadium. Children can go trick-or-treating
around the track.The football team's home-
coming game will follow at 7:30 p.m.
Children 10 and under who are wearing
costumes will be admitted to the game for
free.Admission is $5 for adults who stay
for the game.

TIE A YELLOW RIBBON
Fantasy of Flight is inviting local schools
to join in its quest to break a Guinness
World Record by building the largest yel-
low paper ribbon over Veterans Day to
honor the nation's troops overseas.
Fantasy of Flight is delivering supplies to
local schools and youth groups that wish to
participate.Those taking part can draw a
holiday picture or write a message to the
troops.All of the individual greetings will
be strung together in a massive yellow rib-
bon and put on display at Fantasy of Flight
before being sent to overseas troops.
For more information, contact Fantasy
of Flight at (863) 984-3500.


POET AND JAZZ HISTORIAN
TO GIVE TALK
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 public is invited and parking and ad-
mission are free. A reception and signing
will follow the reading. For more informa-
tion contact Carol Ann Moon, outreach
librarian, at carol.moon@saintleo.edu or
(352) 588-8261.

SWEEPSTAKES
SPRITE HELPS SCHOOLS
Sprite has launched a program to help
schools provide playground and athletic
equipment. Now through Nov. 15, Sprite is
giving people a chance to help local
schools win one of two $25,000 play-
ground makeovers, or one of 10 runner-up
prizes of $5,000 that can be used for vari-
ous school expenses.To be eligible for the
prize, people can donate points to their
schools by entering the code found on any
of 13 Coca-Cola products at www.mycok-
erewards.com. Schools registered in the My
Coke Rewards program who receive points
between Oct. 1 and Nov. 15 will be eligible
to win.

UPCOMING EVENTS
5TH ANNUAL FUN RUN
The 5th Annual Fun Run presented by
the Pasco CountyAssociation of Educational
Office Professionals (PCAEOP) Scholarship
Committee will be Nov. 6.All proceeds ben-
efit high school seniors who attend Pasco
County Schools.
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Lennar's Central Florida Division is
partnering with nonprofit Treats For
Troops to collect snacks and toiletries to
send to U.S. Troops in Afghanistan and
other overseas bases where they are sta-
tioned.
Lennar has collection boxes in
Welcome Homes Centers in the following
communities
* Eiland Park Town Homes, Zephyrhills
* Concord Station, Land O' Lakes
* Tampa Bay Golf & Country Club, San
Antonio
"Anything from candy to shampoo to
toothpaste is appreciated," said Mark


Dentist offers cash for candy
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our troops overseas.
Collections are
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213 Crystal Grove Blvd. in Lutz. For infor-
mation, call (813) 949-8411.


Metheny, president of Lennar's Central
Florida division,"The troops don't have ac-
cess to stores inAfghanistan and the kinds
of comfort items we often take for granted
here are treasures over there."
Lennar is asking that participants fill a
gallon-sized Ziploc bag with either toi-
letries or snacks, not combined. Donations
will be accepted through Oct. 31.
For information, call Francine Miller at
(727) 479-1747, Mark Metheny at (727)
479-1700, or Larry Vershel at (407) 644-
4142.
For more information on Treats For
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Hike for Hospice Nov. 14
The fourth annual Hike for Hospice 5K
is at 9 a.m. Nov. 14 at the Wesley Chapel
District Park, 7727 Boyette Road.
Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.The fee is
$25 for adults, $15 for students ages 11 to
college, and $5 for children under 10.All
proceeds benefit Gulfside Regional
Hospice. All hikers receive a morning
snack, beverages and t-shirt. Mike Alstott
will kick off the hike and sign autographs.
To register or make a donation, visit
www.firstgiving.com/hikeforhospice, or
call Brenda Gilham at (800) 561-4883.


The Zephyrhills Elks Lodge gave Meals on Wheels a
donation to have new security doors installed on the build-
ing. Pictured in front of the new double security doors are
Emilie Mastin, PER; Cynthia Beson, director East Pasco
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Editor's Note: Eating out is a staple of American life, but it is also one reason why we
are heavier than ever before. The challenge is to determine the calorie and fat content
of menu items and make healthy choices. Samantha Taylor offers her tips on how you
can make responsible choices while dining out.


By Samantha Taylor
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The more restaurants I tour to check
for healthy dishes you can eat, the more
convinced I am that you must be so partic-
ular about what you eat in restaurants and
how it is prepared since most restaurant
meals are loaded with calories.
Just so you know: I used to eat out
three times a day for many years. I had an
eating disorder; I was a compulsive eater
and I binged on fast food, junk food, sugar
and restaurant food.
I started to have victory with my binge-
eating challenge when I began to understand
the total calorie content of my food.
One of my old favorites was the restau-
rant food that has been named home of
the No. 1 worst food in America - Outback
Steakhouse's cheese fries.That's according
to a series of popular books called "Eat
This Not That."
Yes, this health and fitness expert used
to gorge on this grease-filled dish and like
that wasn't enough, I ordered extra, extra
bacon on it!
Guess how many calories are in this
dish. Just try and guess. OK,it's 3,500, ac-
cording to the book. I honestly didn't
know that until I looked it up one day.
That discovery led me to never get a
full order again - only half.
Now, it has been years and I don't eat it
any more. It actually tastes gross to me
now even though I used to love it.
I think many people aren't really aware
that they are gorging on 3,000 calories in a
single sitting, but when you do become
aware of it, everything just seems different,


especially when you know that 3,500 calo-
ries is equal to one pound of fat.
So the moral of the story is that you
need to be aware of how many calories
are in what you are ordering when you eat
out.You wouldn't leave your child with a
babysitter that you have never checked
out, right?
It's the same with your body and
health. These are important, so don't leave
the fate of what you're eating in someone
else's hands unless you have made your in-
vestigation.
That's the beauty of the Internet. In less
than five minutes,you can just type in the
website of your favorite fast-food place
and look up the nutritional information of
its meals, especially the food that you tend
to order over and over.
For large corporate restaurants, you can
search the restaurant name and name of
meal or entree like "Chili's chicken
crispers nutrition info." Brace yourself,
though, because you may find that your fa-
vorite dish has a lot more calories than
you thought.
But at least you can make a wiser deci-
sion now like eat only half of the dish or
definitely make sure you do cardio that
day. My husband just lost 60 pounds and
has kept it off for five months doing that
very same thing.You can too!

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COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT
COUNTRY WESTERN DANCE
Todd Brown &The River Junction Band will perform at the
Pasco County Fairgrounds at 8 p.m. Oct. 30.The night includes
a Halloween costume contest.Tickets are $10 in advanced or
$20 at the door. Kids 12 and under are free.The event is bring
your own cans and chairs. Habitat for Humanity will collect
aluminum cans for their recycling program. For tickets or
information, call (352) 567-3769.The band is accepting non-perishable food items, baby
items and paper products to deliver to Sunrise Domestic Violence Shelter. For
information on Sunrise, call (352) 521-3120 or visit www.sunrisepasco.org.


FALL ENTERTAINMENT
HALLELUJAH FESTIVAL OCT. 29
First Baptist Church of Zephyrhills, 38231
FifthAvenue, will have an Hallelujah festival
from 6-8 p.m. Oct. 29 for all ages. Games,
candy and treats.The festival will be in the
parking lot across from the main campus.
For information, call (813) 949-1751 or visit
www.fantasticfirst.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, 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.

TRUNK TREATS
First Christian Church of Zephyrhills, 6040
Eighth Street, will hostTrunkTreats and free
hot dogs from 5-7 p.m. Oct. 30.There will be
a bounce house from 1-7 p.m.The church is
located behind the post office. For
information, www.zhillsfirstchristian.org.

LIGHT NIGHT IN NEW TAMPA
Tampa Bay Presbyterian Church, 19111
Bruce B. Downs Blvd.,will host Light Night
from 5-7:30 p.m. Oct. 31. Light Night is a free
family-friendly event with laser tag, squash
bowling, food, face painting and
refreshments.The church will accept
donations of canned and boxed food items
for Thanksgiving dinner baskets for needy
families. Cheerful costumes are welcome.
For information, call (813) 973-2484.


ANNUAL GARDEN CLUB TOUR
The Dade City Garden Club, 13630 Fifth
Street, will host their fifth annual fall garden
tour from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 6.Tour four
private gardens, see artist demonstrations in
club gardens and purchase plants.
Gardening author Monica Brandeis will
speak at 2:30 p.m.Tickets are $10. Children
are free.Tickets are available at the
clubhouse on the day of the tour. For
information call (352) 238-2547 or e-mail
jeff352@gmail.com.

HOLIDAY FAIR
Meadow Pointe I will host a holiday fair
from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 6 at the clubhouse,
28245 County Line Road inWesley Chapel.
The event showcases the talents and
products of Meadow Pointe residents and
local vendors. Snacks and beverages
available for purchase. Bounce house, face
painting and more. For information, contact
mp lcc@yahoo.com.

GOSPEL MUSIC
Agape Baptist Church, 39735 Chancey
Road in Zephyrhills, will host a free gospel
music concert at 6 p.m. Nov. 7.The
Sunshine State Quartet will perform.A love
offering will be taken.The WWJD Food
Ministry will collect nonperishable food
items at the door. Doors open at 5 p.m. For
information, call (813) 788-3330 or (813)
788-3366.

OUTDOOR QUILT SHOW AT USF
The Cypress Creek Quilters' Guild will
present As Our Garden Grows, an outdoor
quilt show, Nov. 6 and Nov. 7 at the USF
Botanical Gardens, 12210 USF Pine Drive in
Tampa. Over 200 quilts on display.A
professional quilt appraiser will be
available.A live charity to benefit USF Hope
House.Admission is $5. Free parking. For
information, visit
www.cypresscreekquilters.org.

JOIN THE CLUB
DRIVE SAFELY WITH AARP
First United Methodist Church in Zephyrhills
will host the AARP Driving Safety Course
Oct. 28.The course is for drivers over the age
of 50.To register, call instructor John
Wheeler at (813) 788-7408.


NEW MEMBER SOCIAL
The GFWC Central Pasco JuniorWomen's
Club is having a new member social at 6:45
p.m. Nov. 3 atAmici Pizza, 26252 Wesley
Chapel Blvd.The chapter is looking for
leaders and members - woman over 18
looking for a way to make a difference in the
community. For information, call Angie
Carter at (813) 210-1588 or e-mail
centralpascojuniorwomensclub@gmail.com

EAGLES AERIE DINNERS
EaglesAerie #3752,4149 New River Road in
Zephyrhills,will host breakfast and music by
Randy every Sunday.The coin club meets 7
a.m.-1 p.m. Nov. 6.A fall festival with burgers,
hotdogs, beer and music is all day Nov. 13.A
euchre tourney is at 12:30 p.m. Nov. 13.
Karaoke by Phil is Nov. 20 and Nov. 27.A
Thanksgiving dinner is 1-5 p.m. Nov. 25.
Dinners for the month include meatloaf Nov.
4, a roast beef charity dinner 5-7 p.m. Nov.
11, and liver and onions or Salisbury steak
Nov. 18.The cost of dinner is $7. For
information, call (813) 780-1558.

THE ARTS
FALL DANCE CONCERT AT USF
The USF School ofTheatre & Dance presents
the 2010 fall dance concert inTheatre 1 on
the USFTampa campus at 8 p.m. Oct. 29-31
and Nov. 4-6.There is a 3 p.m. matinee Oct.
31.Advance tickets are $8 for students and
seniors and $12 general admission.The show
includes contemporary ballet, modern
dance, opera and more. For information, call
(813) 974-2323 or visit www.arts.usf.edu.

HOBBIES AND CRAFTS
MAKE YOUR OWN CARDS
CARES Zephyrhills Senior Community
Center will have greeting card classes from
9:30-11:30 a.m. everyThursday starting Nov.
4. Bring scissors and adhesives.The cost is
$10, a portion of which benefits CARES.
Class size is limited.The classes are at
Bentley Commons, 38130 Pretty Pond Road
in Zephyrhills.To register or for information,
call Peggy Johnson at (352) 206-0277 or
(352) 521-5061.

OPEN HOUSE INVITES
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 inTampa. Drawings and
giveaways. Hors d'oeuvres and beverages
will be served.To RSVP, call (813) 971-2000.

LEND A HAND
DONATE FOR A FREE MOVIE
Cobb Grove 16 & Cinebistro, 6333 Wesley
Grove Blvd. inWesley Chapel, has partnered
with FeedingAmericaTampa 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.

BIKERS AGAINST
HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Run for Freedom presents Tampa's first
freedom ride Nov. 13. Registration begins at 9
a.m.The ride starts at 10 a.m. at Victorious
Life Church, 6224 Old Pasco Road in Wesley
Chapel.The ride will go to Sleepy Hollow
Restaurant in Floral City for lunch,
announcements, donation collection and
prize giveaways, and back. Registration is $25
per driver, $20 per passenger and includes
lunch and a t-shirt. Money raised is for the
first dream home inAmerica.To register
online,visit www.runforfreedom.net.

BLOOD SERVICES CAMPAIGN
Florida Blood Services kicks off their 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.

EDUCATE YOURSELF
CULTIVATE AND COOK
The Pasco Cooperative Extension is offering
a free cultivating and cooking with herbs
seminar from 9-11 a.m. Nov. 6. Learn to grow
herbs and use them in meal preparations.
Samples will be shared. Pre-registration is
suggested.The seminar will be in Clayton
Hall on the Pasco County Fairgrounds, 36702
SR 52 in Dade City. For information, call Jean
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Florida Cancer Institute-New Hope will host
the American Cancer Society's "Look
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Nov. 1.The program is free to women cancer
patients. Reservations are required.The
meeting is at 38010 Medical Center Avenue
in Zephyrhills. For information, call Mimma
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By B.J. Jarvis
Pasco Extension Horticulture Agent

October is the heart of the fall humming-
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hummingbirds in the United States, there is
only a handful common in Florida. But that's
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are abundant and fascinating to watch.
While some will winter in Florida,
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these winged wonders by selecting plants
with flowers that are large, tubular and
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colors. Bloom time should be spread over
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garden is also helpful as males are especial-
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sources. Given a distance of at least 15-20
inches between plantings should reduce
the competition while increasing your
viewing pleasure.
Fire bush, red swamp hibiscus and fire
spike are three good shrubs for fall bloom-
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nectar. Cross vine and trumpet vine with
their large flowers will make a fence or
trellis stand out and will be a great bird at-
tractor. I have also seen hummingbirds
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aggressive. Additional layers of nectar
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this will attract hummingbirds. Sugar water
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complex nutrients and carbohydrates
helps make up a more balanced diet.
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Atkins Group Home Inc. receives donation
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Zephyrhills Elks. Atkins is an organization that works with developmentally challenged
young men. The donation was used to replace windows in the group home. Pictured from
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ELECTION, from page 1
Ambler sued to have Norman disquali-
fied. He also sought to his name placed on
the ballot, but the judge refused.
On Saturday, the Republican Party
tapped former state Rep. Rob Wallace to run
for the seat.Wallace is an environmental en-
gineer who, while in the House, once cast
the lone vote against the state budget out of
concerns for government overspending.
While the ballots show Norman's name, a
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- though Norman and Ambler both had
pending appeals, meaning things could


change between now and Election Day.
Beyond the confusion in this race, there
are many other congressional, legislative,
county commission, school board and other
seats up for grabs during this election.
Early voting continues until Oct. 30. Polls
will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday,
Nov. 2.
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Special to The Laker
The Florida Shuffleboard Association
recently had its second state champi-
onship at the Zephyrhills Shuffleboard
Club (ZSC) and the team of Jim Barnes
and Gus Bondi won the tournament for
the second year in a row. The team took
the title winning every match as they did
in 2009.
Last year they took out the team of Earl
Ball and Henry Strong. Ball vowed it would
never happen again, but it did as they
were gone early in the event.
The final match for the championship
went the distance against Charlie Canady
and Doyle Maxey, who came from way
back in the second game to force the deci-
sive third game. They had the defending
champions in a tight spot, but Barnes
pulled it out on his final hammer to take
the winner off the board and hold the
score for the win.
Canady and Maxey had to fight just to get
to the title match.They appeared gone in the
semifinals down 69-41 in the final 75-point


PUMPKIN, from page 1
The pumpkin patch, which the church
has operated for several years, is popular,
said Pastor Sam Maihack. "We've already
been branded as the pumpkin church."
The pumpkins, which come from North
Carolina, sell for 50 cents for the teeny tiny
ones to $20 for the super-large ones.
Proceeds support the church's youth min-
istry and missions.
The Seal Swim School, at 19509 N. Dale
Mabry Highway in Lutz, also uses its pump-
kin patch to reach out to the community.
It has a family fun festival every Friday
night in October, where kids can pose with
pumpkins, jump around in the bounce
house, paint pumpkins and get their faces
painted.
The swim school generally sells 3,000 to
4,000 pumpkins a year, but no purchase is
necessary to join in the fun.
The school takes great pride in the quali-
ty of its pumpkins.
"All of our pumpkins are kept shaded.We
wash them. We turn them. We really baby
our pumpkins," said Melanie Stairs, market-
ing director of the swim school.
"Dirty pumpkins don't sell," added Erin
Grande, the school's director.


game against George Darwin and Terry
Rainwater, but Canady made two kitchens to
back the opponents down to 49.
In Florida Central District action,
Zephyrhills residents took both the profes-
sional and amateur championships. Jerry
Brandon teamed with Ron Klima, of
Lakeland, and took out Larry Metzgar and
Earl Ball in a close three-game match,
while Dale Strickland took the Amateur
Singles Championship.
Zephyrhills Shuffleboard Players also
showed their strength in the Florida
Shuffleboard Association Tournament in
Winter Haven the following week, win-
ning both division championships. Bondi
drew Larry Metzgar of Betmar Acres and
they roared through the professional divi-
sion without losing a game.
The win moves Bondi within four
points of qualifying for the Florida Hall of
Fame. Annette MacLennan of the ZSC
drew Wayne Church from Winters Park
and they put on a show in the finals, win-
ning two games to one for the title.



The Friday night festivals are fun, said
Laura Sutton, a customer service representa-
tive for the school.
"The kids come and they have their cos-
tumes on.They're just so cute and happy."
While there are full-fledged pumpkin
patches in some locations, other places
merely offer pumpkins as a sideline - as a
convenience to their patrons or to draw at-
tention to themselves.
Community Thrift Shop, at 21021 SR 54
in Lutz, decided to let a vendor sell pump-
kins in front of the shop, after some
customers mentioned it would be nice to
have a pumpkin patch there, said Caroline
Werter, a thrift shop volunteer.
Besides offering a convenience for its
customers, the thrift shop also will receive
25 percent of the vendor's proceeds, which
will be donated to charities.
At Plant Stop, 3904 Land O' Lakes Blvd. in
Land O' Lakes, a small pumpkin patch is in-
tended to draw attention to the relatively
new business, said Pat Onorato, the store's
owner. The shop has also used a special
weapon to advertise the patch: "My little
grandson Gunner (Onorato) was out there
in front, pointing at the sign," he said.


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Community Sports

Your Neighborhood Sports Source



'Striking' up bowling interest in area's youth


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Each weekend area children gather at
Royal Bowling Lanes in Lutz to get better at
the game while earning valuable scholar-
ships.
The program was started by Maria Smith,
of Land O' Lakes, 16 years ago in Miami.At
first it was simply called the Youth
Scholarship Fund, but she renamed it the
Paul D. Boiler Memorial Scholarship Fund
after her late husband.
"I was a youth bowler myself and I
gained a lifetime of love for the game and
lifelong friends," Smith said."I learned about
life through bowling. I thought this program
would be a wonderful way to give back to
the game that I got so much from."
Currently 60 kids, including ones from
Lutz, Land 0' Lakes, Wesley Chapel and
Odessa, come to the Saturday morning or
Sunday evening program. Smith estimates
that 1,200 children have participated in the
bowling course since it started.
"What the kids are learning about is
sportsmanship and how to play with others
as a team," Smith said."I think it's a worth-
while thing for kids to pick up. It's a group
outlet for kids and keeps them off the
streets."
While learning or mastering the game at
the lanes, 1927 Brinson Road in Lutz, the


Children like Josh Spence (left), Devon
Bilek and Samantha Tabone learn bowling
from Maria Smith and earn scholarships.
(Photo by Cheryl Spence)

children earn money for educational schol-
arships. Smith said about $400,000 has been
given to kids in the program. The scholar-
ship money comes from a variety of places,


mostly from tournaments and other events
at Royal Lanes.
"They don't have to go to a traditional
four-year school," Smith said."They can use it
at a vocational school or something like
that.As long as it goes to their education it's
fine."
Josh Spence, of Wesley Chapel, has been
in the program for five months and enjoys
the weekly trips to Royal Lanes. He started
playing the game with his father, Dan, a cou-
ple times a month.
"I really like bowling because one day
you can do badly and another you can do re-
ally well," said Spence, who is an eighth
grader at Dr. John Long Middle in Wesley
Chapel. "You can play very different on dif-
ferent days, but you can see how good you
can play if you do everything right. That
makes me want to practice more to play
well all the time."
Spence said his best score is 222,which
he shot about a month ago.
"When I'm bowling I just try to roll the
ball through my focus point," Spence said."I
have to walk up with the right form to do
my best, so I have to think about every little
thing I'm doing."
The youngest bowler in the program is
Land O' Lakes resident Devon Bilek, 6. He
started in the classes three years ago and his
father, Dan, is one of the teachers.
"I really like it," Bilek said about bowling.


"It's fun to see all the pins fall down and I
like learning from Ms. Smith and getting bet-
ter."
Bilek said his high score is 204.
The Saturday program is from about 8:30
a.m.-1 p.m. and is for kids ages 12 and older.
Sunday sessions are from 6-8:30 p.m. and
are for kids of any age. Each session is $11,
which includes three games, shoes, the les-
sons, parties and awards. Participants also
need to pay a yearly fee of $17 to the United
States Bowling Congress.
Bowlers can also play in various tourna-
ments at Royal Lanes for an additional entry
fee. The next event is Nov. 26 and 27.
Interested bowlers can sign up for the event
at the alley.
Bilek said right now he just wants to get
better at bowling, but Spence has long-term
goals in the game.
"Right now I want to do better and
maybe go semi-pro," Spence said. "I also
want to start a bowling team at Wiregrass
Ranch next year when I'm in high school."
For more information or to join the pro-
gram, call Royal Lanes at (813) 949-3606 or
visit the alley and leave a name and phone
number for Smith. She will get in touch with
anyone interested.
"My motto is there is always room for
one more kid," Smith said. "Just get with the
person at the front desk and they will get
the information to me."


Saddlebrook Prep golfer Lauren
Riehle's 77 won her the district title for
the second straight year. (Photo by
Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)


Two Wildcats teams top 1A-9
Academy at the Lakes girls golf won 1A-9 cham-
pionship at Plantation Palms by shooting 488,
beating Wesley Chapel High's 523. The top three
teams in each district tournament advance to re-
gionals.
Winning the individual hardware is Saddlebrook
Prep's Lauren Riehle, who won the title last year,
with a 5-over 77.
Wesley Chapel freshman Hana Lee and academy's
Anna Fornelli tied for second with


an 86, while Ellen Crowly, of the
academy, shot 107. Carrollwood
Day's Hannah Crosby advanced in-
dividually with a 110.


Saddlebrook wins, Wildcats third


Saddlebrook Prep won its second
straight boys golf district championship
Oct. 18.The Spartans score of 323 beat out
first-year Fivay High's 328 and Wesley
Chapel High's 336.
It was the last district tournament for the
Wildcats'Alan Black, who has been a coach
at Wesley Chapel since the school opened
in 1999.
"It was kind of bittersweet," Black said.
"We did well finishing second in the confer-
ence and didn't play that well in districts,
but we did enough to advance. Hopefully
we can put together a good round in region-
als and get to states."


First district title for Wiregrass Ranch boys golf
By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Wiregrass Ranch High boys golf coach
Nick Cuviello said the Bulls were sick of
being the bridesmaid in district tourna-
ments and they showed it Oct. 19 at Pebble
Creek Golf Club.
The Bulls, who had finished as district


ADVANCING
TO REGIONALS:
IA-3 girls teams: Academy at
the Lakes, Pasco,Wesley Chapel
IA-3 boys teams: Saddlebrook
Prep,Wesley Chapel


The low round of the 2A-2 boys tea
day went to Fivay's Lakes,Wiregras
Austin Padova with a 2-
under 70.Wesley Chapel
seniors Brandon Mumaw and Jacob Fleck
shot the second and third best scores at 76
and 78 respectively.
Saddlebrook took the 1A-9 crown with
consistent scoring from all four golfers.Jordy
Torrent shot 79,Alex Benshel shot 80 and both
Adam Chowhari and Daniel Hori shot 82.
Carrollwood Day's Ryan Hooverman (91)
andAlex Lucas (95) along withAcademy at
the Lakes' Michael Davidson (98) advanced
individually.


ims: Land 0'
s Ranch


runner-up the last two
years, won the team
title by 26 strokes over
Land O' Lakes High.
"It was really excit-
ing," Cuviello said. "We
had a bad start, but
managed to grind it out
and finish with a lot of
strong scores."
Senior Dylan
Larson's individual dis-
trict crown was much


closer. He shot 1-over 72 in regulation, tied
with Gators golfer Jon Kopsell. The two
went to a playoff. It looked bad for Larson
when he shot his tee shot into the rough,
but he recovered to sink a 2-foot par putt.
"He battled all day with Jon," Cuviello
said."It went right down to the end. He told
me after he was very nervous standing over
that par putt to win it and who could blame
him with everyone watching. He was able
to calm himself and get the job down."


Dylan Larson's victory in a playoff won him
the individual district title and helped the
Bulls take their first championship in pro-
gram history. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of
www.Photosby3g.com)
It was the second straight individual title
for Larson. He had to hit a 15-foot birdie on
17 just to force the playoff with Kopsell.
Larson's teammates Logan Horrigan and
Chris Kluender shot 76 and 78 respectively.
Land O' Lakes golfer Robert Nieman came
in at 79, while fellow Gators Jesse Boger and
Matt Mooney shot 90 and 97 respectively.
Sunlake High finished fifth with a 343 in
the Class 2A, District 6 tournament, two
spots out of advancing to regionals.
Seahawks golfer NicolaiAtkinson managed to
qualify individually for regionals with a 79.


Gant to Long Island University
Wiregrass Ranch High baseball player John
Michael Gant recently committed to Long
Island University. The senior right-handed
pitcher threw 53 innings last senior with a 7-2
record and a 1.73 earned run average striking
out 70 batters. He batted .375 with seven RBI,
five doubles in 19 games.

Tampa East Sertoma Golf Classic
TheTampa East Sertoma's 25th annual Golf
Classic is at 12:45 p.m. Nov. 5 at Lexington
Oaks Golf Club, 26133 Lexington Oaks Blvd.


in Wesley Chapel.The event benefits United
Cerebral Palsy ofTampa Bay.The entry fee is
$125 per player and includes greens fees, cart
rental, range balls, dinner and door prizes. For
more information call (813) 962-7706 or visit
www.Sertoma-Tampa-East.org.

Suncoast Catholic's golf event
Suncoast Catholic Men's Ministries is hosting
its first golf fundraiser at I p.m. Nov. 7 at
Plantation Palms Golf Club in Land 0' Lakes.The
event is $70 to $350 per player depending on the
package.All money raised will help fund the 2011


Tampa Bay Catholic Men's Conference. For
more information or to register, visit suncoast-
catholicm inistries.com/home/golf-fundraiser/.

Pacholke to Jacksonville State
Freedom High girls basketball player
Kaitlynn Pacholke verbally committed to play
at Jacksonville State in Alabama Oct. 17.The 5-
foot-4 senior point guard averaged 11.7
points, 8.2 assists and 5.5 steals per game for
the 19-6 Patriots last year. Northeastern
University and St. Leo University were also re-
cruiting Pacholke.

'Run ForThe Kicks!' 5K run
Starkey Wilderness Park will host "Run For


THE LAKER / WESLEY CHAPEL / ZEPHYRHILLS


The Kicks!" 5K race at 8 a.m. followed by a I-
mile fun run at 9 a.m. Nov. 6. Ingram's Karate
Center is putting on the race and all proceeds
will benefit students selected for the USA
Karate team that will represent the United
States at international competitions. Runners
can register at www.RaceSmith.com or at the
park the morning of the event. For further in-
formation, call (727) 372-7673 or (727)
969-4777.

Correction
Wesley Chapel High girls golfer Hana Lee
shot a 71 in the Sunshine Athletic Conference
tournament.An incorrect score was listed last
week.

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SPORTS



Pasco makes it four straight against Land 0' Lakes


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

For the first time a group of Pasco High
seniors will leave school 4-0 against Land 0'
Lakes High after defeating their Class 3A,
District 7 rival 20-14 Oct. 22.
The Pirates (7-0) forced four first half
turnovers, two lost fumbles and two inter-
ceptions, to take a 14-0 lead at halftime.The
Gators (6-1) scored 14 points in the fourth
quarter, but the comeback came up short.
"The difference is with us playing Gator
football.We didn't do that in the beginning,"
said Land O' Lakes coach Matt Kitchie."We
made mistakes offensively, but you know
when you have four fumbles and lose two,
shoot they should have been up 21 or 28
points."
It was the first matchup between the
two squads as unbeatens since 2007 and
while the Gators turned things around in
the second half, they appeared taken in by
the magnitude early on.
"I think we came out and got a little over
hyped and didn't play Gator football,"
Kitchie said."It could have gone that way
the rest of the second half, but some key
things happened where we turned it
around. But you know what, this is exciting.
This was a great high school football game.
Even though we lost it was a great high
school football game."
The Pirates recovered a fumble by senior
tight end Jason Tello on the Gators first
drive. Pasco capitalized on the first turnover,
marching the ball 48 yards down the field
capping the drive with a one-yard touch-
down run by senior quarterback Jacob Guy.


Gators quarterback Stephen Weatherford was
held to 126 passing yards against Pasco.


The Pirates signal caller finished 11 of 21
passing for 208 yards and two passing
scores, one of 30 yards to senior wide re-
ceiver Mike Clower and another of 17 yards
to junior wide receiver Trey Dudley-Giles.
Jacob is in his first season under center
for Pasco.The matchup with the Gators was
a little different for the first-year starter.
"I was a little nervous,"Jacob said."This
was my first big game against really another
stud quarterback in Stephen Weatherford.
He's going to get first-team all conference
because that's how good he is."
Weatherford, who had been averaging
271 yards per game entering the contest,was
held to 12 of 29 passing for 126 yards.
"We got as prepared as we possibly
could," Jacob said. "I think our DBs went
over so much that they knew what was
coming on every play, which probably
helped us and confused Weatherford a little
bit because he's not used to people know-
ing what's coming.
"(Weatherford) will get back to work and
we might see him down the road hopefully,"
Jacob said of a potential rematch in the play-
offs.
Jacob's older brother Tyler, who was
Freedom High's quarterback last year and is
currently redshirting at the University of
South Florida, was at the game to watch his
younger sibling.
"He's just so calm and cool out there,"
Tyler said of Jacob."He's so composed and
he has been his whole life.They haven't real-
ly played a big team like this since he's been
the starter and he came out here and played
like he did the rest of the year."
The Gators offense got on track on their
10th drive, which started with 37 seconds
left in the third quarter. Land O' Lakes went
53 yards down the field ending with an 11-
yard touchdown pass to Will Irwin. Gators
defensive end Jose Santana then made the
big play that nearly turned the tide for Land
O' Lakes.
On first down of Pasco's next drive the
Gators defense forced a fumble that Santana
scooped up on the Pirates 12. Land O' Lakes
scored two plays later on a four-yard touch-
down run by senior running back Ryan
Lane with 10:04 left in the game.
The Gators got the ball back once more,
but were forced to punt.The Pirates got two
first downs, forcing Land O' Lakes to use its
last timeout and then ran out the clock.
Kitchie tipped his cap to Pasco coach
Tom McHugh.
"You've got to give it to coach McHugh,"
Kitchie continued."He had his kids coached
up right and they did a great job."
The win puts the Pirates in a tie for first
place in the district with Sunlake High (7-0),
which Pasco will face Nov. 5 after another
league game against Mitchell High (5-3) Oct.
29.
"It's putting us in the driver seat," Dudley-
Giles said of getting the district win against
the Gators."It's a good test for us and we
should be ready for Sunlake in a couple
weeks and Mitchell next week."


2010 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGS


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

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

Class 4A District 6
Wiregrass Ranch 4-3 (3-0)
Tarpon Springs 3-5 (2-1)
Fivay 1-3 (1-1)
River Ridge 2-5 (1-1)
Ridgewood 1-6 (1-2)
Hudson 0-7 (0-3)


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

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


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--Becker, Layla Rain; born Oct. 15 to Regional Medical Center
Robbie and Tory Becker of Tampa
--Johnson, Zion Kingston; born Sept. 9 to
--Corlee, Gracie Lynn; born Oct. 14 to Marvin and Lacey Johnson of Zephyrhills
Shawn Corlee and Lesley Turner of
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Marcus Larry and Jaqurita Ballard of Dade
--Coss, Rachel Erin; born Oct. 13 to City
Stephen and Karen Coss of Zephyrhills
--Leonard, Addison Patricia; born Sept.
--Davis, Diezel Trenten Lee; born Oct. 9 to Francis Leonard and Desiree Kichler
16 to Trenten Davis and Melissa Dees of of Zephyrhills
Lacoochee
--Linder, Serena Eve; born Sept. 21 to
--Evans, Elijah Kavion; born Oct. 20 to Andrew Linder and Danielle Jones of
Erica Evans of Dade City Richland

--Gonzalez, Kimberly Mariela; born --Mendez Lopez, Elliott Michael; born
Oct. 20 to Alejandro and Sandra Gonzalez Sept. 9 to Yolanda Mendez of Dade City
of Dade City
--Mofford, Cole Allen; bornAug. 26 to
--Harris, Qui'Mari Andrea; born Oct. Steven and Cassandra Mofford of Dade
11 to Marque Harris and Shalonda City
Clemmons of Lacoochee
--Peat, Mason Alexander; bornAug. 24
--Lee, Ryan Arthur Jeremy; born Oct. to David and Hailey Peat of Zephyrhills
13 to Jeremy Lee and Ashlee Brasch of
Dade City --Speegle, Mallorie Denise; bornAug. 20
toTim Speegle and Karen Wentworth of
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born Oct. 13 to Kurt and Robin Peterson
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Jeffrey and Heather Temple of Dade City
--Rodriguez, Hailey Molina; born Oct.
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Lennar construction and presales
Lennar has started construction of
the Grande Chatham model home in the
estate section at Live Oak Preserve, a
new gated community located off Bruce
B. Downs Boulevard in New Tampa.
Mark Metheny, president of Lennar's
Central Florida Division, said the two-
story model home offers four bedrooms,
four full baths, a den, formal dining room
and a bonus room in 3,890 square feet
of living space with a three-car garage,
priced from the low $300,000s. Live Oak
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oversized home sites adjacent to more
than 360 acres of wildlife preserves and
conservation areas. The community is
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ping and major highways. For
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Construction and presales have also
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home community just east of Grand
Hampton off E. County Line Road and
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ferent designs are now available. Starting
prices are $125,990 for the Glenmoor
and $133,990 for the Hampton. The
Hammocks features a swimming pool
and cabana. Ponds and conservation
areas are located throughout the com-
munity. For information, contact
Francine Miller at (727) 479-1747.

Christmas cards for Florida Crackers
Florida author, Patrick D. Smith, intro-
duced the second release of the new line
of "Florida Cracker" Christmas cards.The
latest limited-edition card releases is ti-
tled "Promised" and is taken directly from
the pages of Smith's award winning and
treasured book,A Land Remembered.
"For the past several years, our cus-
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Audiology contest announced
Advanced Audiology is awarding a
pair of digital hearing instruments val-
ued at $4,000 to one deserving person
in the community just in time for the
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a great opportunity to significantly
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To participate in the Gift of Hearing
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or less, describing why you or some-
one you know would benefit from
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ZEPHYRHILLS/DADE CITYThe LAKERThe LAKER October 27,2010It's Not Wednesday Until You Read The Laker! By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comWhen it comes to choosing a pumpkin,it generally boils down to a matter of personal preference,said Coy Barton III,whose family operates the pumpkin patch next to New River Methodist Church on SR 54,just outside Zephyrhills. "Some people like a perfect short,perfectly round one.Some people come in here asking for the ugliest pumpkins.Some people like the tall,skinny ones. "Some people know what they're going to carve already,in advance,so they want a certain shape. "That's why I like to get a good mixture," said Barton,whose pumpkins come from Ohio,sell for 50 cents a pound and range from 5-200 pounds.The stand sells Magic Lanterns,Ghost Riders,Pie Pumpkins and Big Macs. Besides picking up pumpkins at the patch,patrons also can buy hay bales,corn stalks and decorated scarecrows.There are also cutouts of Halloween decorations, where people can take pictures of children and adults. At Harvester United Methodist Church, 2432 Collier Parkway in Land O'Lakes, pumpkins do more than raise money.They help the church reach out. The church recently had a Playtime in the Patch,where pre-schoolers were having a ball playing games,doing crafts and having their faces painted. The church also hosted a free fall festival for families. Laura Sutton (left) and Erin Grande wipe down pumpkins at the Seal Swim School pumpkin patch in Lutz. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com)See PUMPKIN,page14Pumpkin patches promote family funPigz in Z'Hills event attracts barbecue fansBy Shannon EdingerLaker Correspondent It will be a day filled with food,music and fun when the Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce hosts the inaugural "Pigz in Z'Hills BBQ & Blues Fest"on Saturday,Oct. 30,from 10 a.m.to 8 p.m. The BBQ & Blues Fest will be at Charles Krusen Memorial Field at Alston Avenue and 20th Street,east of US 301.Admission is $3 and children under 12 enter for free. BBQ & Blues will most notably have a BBQ cook-off competition with live blues music playing in the background. There will be professional chefs and backyard chefs from varying regions participating in the BBQ cook-off.Those attending BBQ & Blues will be able to taste the chefs'BBQ creations.The chamber hopes to register the competition as a Kansas City BBQ Society-sanctioned event next year. Vonnie Mikkelsen,executive director of the Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce, wants people in the community to come out and have fun. "We expect people from all over to come out,"Mikkelsen said."For the seasonal residents coming back down to Florida for the winter,the event will be a good welcome back for them." Other events include an antique car show,Kidz PlayPen activities,a Pignic on the grass or in the Pig Palace (the VIP tent) and vendors selling BBQ-related items such as BBQ sauce and grills.There will also be ice cream and refreshments provided at BBQ & Blues. Mikkelsen is still accepting community and business BBQ cook-off team entries,as well as car show entries.There are also sponsorship packages available for participating businesses and teams."Starting at only $150,you can launch your event," Mikkelsen said. The sponsorship packages vary in price. "The Squealer"is $150 and it includes advertising perks such as a sign at the main entrance and a listing in the event program. It also includes access to the Pig Palace and two guest passes."The Piglet"is $500 and inSee BARBECUE,page14 Dade City survivor Linda DavenportLinda Davenport of the Dade City Bosom Buddies was ranked 15th in the United States for raising funds individually for the American Cancer Society and is herself a cancer survivor. Photos of this event by Anthony Masella Jr. can be foundatwww.OurtownFLA.com.More photos, page 4. ELECTION 2010By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comIt's a mid-term election,but voters have a lot riding on the outcomes of votes tallied in Election 2010. Voters will decide who will be Florida's governor and its next attorney general. They will choose who goes to Washington to fill a Florida seat in the U.S.Senate. Other big ballot issues include proposed constitutional amendments that: • Will determine whether legislative and congressional districts are prevented from being drawn to favor or disfavor an incumbent or political party • Determine whether class size limits for public schools should change • Decide whether voters must approve future changes to a local government's comprehensive land use plan. In Hillsborough County,voters also will decide the fate of a 1-cent sales tax proposed to pay for light rail,expanded bus service and road improvements. Many Hillsborough and Pasco voters also will cast their ballots in the District 12 State Senate race. Jim Norman won the Republican primary for the seat,defeating Kevin Ambler. But the race has been thrown into turmoil, after Ambler sued to challenge the primary results. A Tallahassee judge disqualified Norman in an Oct.15 ruling,stating Norman had failed to disclose a $500,000 gift on his disclosure form. Ralph Hughes,a political activist and Norman supporter,gave the money to Norman's wife,Mearline,who used it to purchase a house in Arkansas.Choices abound this Election DaySee ELECTION,page14 GAME OF THE WEEK Land O'Lakes battles Pasco in district contest Page 17 SINGER AT SADDLEBROOK Julianne Hough will headline hospital benefit Page 2 RESTORE Home store supports Habitat for Humanity Page 3 FLU FIGHTERS Fight the flu with annual shot Page 6 ON THE BOWL AGAIN Bowling league helps students earn scholarships Page 16 WHAT'SINSIDE Pasco quarterback Jacob Guy threw two touchdowns and no interceptions. Bryce Romonosky of Land O'Lakes has fun at the pumpkin patch at Harvester United Methodist Church.

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By Molly McGowanLaker CorrespondentCountry music listeners have had her songs stuck in their heads,primetime television viewers have seen her footwork on Dancing with the Stars and come Nov.18, supporters of Florida Hospital Zephyrhills will get the chance to see rising star Julianne Hough. Hough is headlining the hospital Foundation's black-tie Gala XIV at Saddlebrook Resort's Grand Pavilion.All benefits will support the creation of the Comprehensive Breast Center at the hospital.According to Foundation executive director Carolyn Sentelik,the Comprehensive Breast Center,"Will really consolidate the breast health services under one umbrella and benefit the people of east Pasco County." She said the center will help,"streamline the patients experience,reduce time and trauma of the diagnostic journey from weeks to days,provide access to a full physician team and provide education and support services"to patients. While no date has been set for the center's opening,Sentelik stressed that the community's support and involvement in the gala is essential to fundraising efforts. "It's our one primary event every year," she said. And this year,the Foundation is excited to have the support of and participation from Julianne Hough,whom Sentelik called a "natural link"to the mission of the Comprehensive Breast Center.Hough actively supports the fight against breast cancer. At this year's EIF Cancer Research Gala benefiting EIF's Women's Cancer Research Fund,Hough explained that her stepmother had breast cancer,and that awareness fundraisers was what helped lead her stepmother to an early detection of her breast cancer. "We're very excited about having Julianne Hough,and we're very happy to have been able to secure her participation this year,"said Sentelik. Chris Drews,chair of the Gala Committee,is equally excited to have Hough aboard this year.Drews,major accounts manager for The Laker,an event sponsor,said that over the years the entertainment at the annual gala Ð including Crystal Gayle and Lee Greenwood Ð has always been a success,but that this year,"it's evolved." "I wanted to take it in a different direction,have someone who's on the charts today,"he said. Raised in a family that valued the arts and especially ballroom dancing,Julianne Hough was a competitive ballroom dancer at the age of 9,and trained with brother Derek in London while still a child. When Hough was 15,she became the youngest dancer to win both the International Latin Youth Champion and Junior World Latin Champion at the Blackpool Dance Festival in England. Hough most recently showcased her ballroom talent as one of the professionals on Dancing with the Stars,and won with partner Olympic speed skater Apolo Anton Ohno on Season 4 of the show.The next year,Hough won DWTS again,this time with race car driver HŽlio Castroneves. Recently,Hough made the decision to put ballroom dancing and DWTS on hold to enter the country music scene,in which she is quickly making a name for herself.Her first album was No.1 on the top country albums chart in May and held firm at No.3 on the Billboard 200. In her most recent music video,"Is That So Wrong,"Hough shows off some of her dancing skills,combining her passions for singing and ballroom.Not to be stopped at merely singing and dancing,Hough is also currently filming Burlesque and a remake of Footloose,making her a hot commodity. Drews said that the negotiation process to get Hough involved with the gala occurred before news of Hough's movie Burlesque came out and before she began filming the remake of Footloose;given Hough's increase in media attention,Drews said that she really is an "up-and-coming star"and that having her participate in this year's gala should bring more people to the event.Drews said 500 to 600 people normally attend the event,but this year he is projecting 600 to 700 attendees. Sentelik also expects there to be "a lot of interest in the community"and said that based on past galas,a wide spectrum of people will attend the event.She said that "friends of the hospital,board members, physicians and employees"usually frequent the annual fundraiser. In addition to the black tie event at 5:30 p.m.on Nov.18,the 21st annual golf tournament and the inaugural tennis tournament will be the next day,also at Saddlebrook Resort.Registration begins at 7 a.m.and play begins at 8:30 a.m.on Nov.19,with funds also benefiting the Comprehensive Breast Center.Individual tickets to the gala cost $150, and tables start at $2,500.For more information on either the tournament or the gala, call the Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation office at (813) 783-6144.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 2 Julianne Hough headlines hospital gala Julianne Hough will be part of the entertainment at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills annual gala. (Photo courtesy of Universal Music Nashville) 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. A Hospitalist is a physician who is based in the hospital and manages your care throughout your stay, working with primary care physicians and specialists. Dr Brown is a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and completed his residency at Boston University Medical Center. 23532 State Road 54 •Lutz,FL 33559 • 813-909-1600From left to right: Jennifer Godshall, ARNP, Jerita Edwards, Maranda Davis, Stephanie Jones, Ruth Dejesus, Christine Leyva, Christian Olivero, Dr. Daniel Heinig and Janet Heinig.Your Health Care GuardiansServing the Land O'Lakes / Lutz Community"Thank you to our clients for making us a success." Welcome our new staff membersJerita Edwards, Ruth Dejesus & Nurse Practitioner Jennifer Godshall of Zephyrhills Hope to see ya'll there! invites you to attend our annual Barbeque!Tours and staff will be available to provide information regarding our rehabilitation team with a proven track record of success.Come and enjoy free food, music, door prizes and meet our outstanding staff November 4th,2010 4:30 till 6:00pm 38220 Henry Drive • Zephyrhills, FL33542 813-788-7114HO-DOWN at HEARTLAND It's a

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 3 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comDiane Watta's thoughts were racing as she scoped out the ReStore store in Zephyrhills. "The ideas are going through my mind like you wouldn't believe,"said the 70-yearold woman,who was at the store browsing because she plans to undertake a few home improvement projects. John Sparling,also of Zephyrhills,said he frequently shops at the store,which opened on Oct.1. "There's always something you can use," said Sparling."We live in a trailer.There's always something you have to fix and this is the place to come to get it.Every time I come in here,I get what I want." Sparling is familiar with the store,operated by Habitat for Humanity of East and Central Pasco,because the organization has a similar store in Dade City,where Sparling has shopped. The Zephyrhills store is a 15,000-squarefoot space at 4700 S.Allen Road. It is next to a bunch of mini-warehouses, which is advantageous,said Niki Trapnell,the ReStore store manager.People who cannot fit everything into their mini-warehouse,or who don't want to cart off all of their stuff can conveniently donate it to ReStore, Trapnell said. The inventory at her store is constantly changing Ð as donations come through the door and as customers carry out their purchases. The donations are always a surprise, Trapnell said."It's like Christmas every day at the ReStore store,you never know what you are going to open up in the box."During a recent visit,there were doorknobs,desks,file cabinets,bathtubs,vanities, a smoker,a grill,a portable AC,upholstered chairs,patio furniture,mirrors,lighting,laminate flooring,mattresses,mop heads and faucets. There was even a kitchen sink. There are deals to be had. "Our prices are generally 50 to 70 percent off of retail,"Trapnell said. But some items were a real steal:golf clubs and bags of hardware for a buck;a Danish end table for 10 bucks. Ceiling fans typically go for between $5 and $50,depending on the type and condition,while weed whackers range from $5 to $60. The store accepts just about any donation,Trapnell said.If people want to give clothing,they'll regift it to another charitable cause,she said.The store also recycles metals,paper,cardboard and aluminum cans. "Our whole concept is to reduce what goes into the landfill and have people reuse it,or repurpose it,"Trapnell said. Profits generated by the store go into the Habitat for Humanity's mission to eliminate poverty housing in Pasco County and to give families a decent,affordable place to live,Trapnell said. Judi Fisher,a volunteer from Land O' Lakes,is pitching in at the shop to help a family earn 400 hours they need for a Habitat for Humanity house.Their house was destroyed by fire because of a faulty ceiling fan. The 43-year-old said she helps because she has "a servant's heart." Bert Reil,another volunteer,has been helping Habitat for Humanity for 10 years. "I helped on 44 houses,"the Zephyrhills woman said."I enjoy seeing houses go up. We were custom builders." Like most businesses,the ReStore store has felt an impact from the recession,but not to a great degree. The poor economy has caused more people to look for good deals,Trapnell said. But the store can't stock enough used appliances to meet the demand,she said. "People who were upgrading their appliances before,when their appliances were still usable,are hanging onto them." To volunteer at the store or to make a donation call (813) 395-6994.Rehab your home while helping others build theirs An exterior view of the new ReStore store at 4700 S. Allen Road in Zephyrhills. Krista Bonometti (left), Niki Trapnell and Liz Mendez, are ready to serve you at the ReStore store in Zephyrhills. (Photos by B.C. Manion) 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 27,2010 4 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comHillsborough Community College wants to expand into Northwestern Hillsborough County Ð and has received the State Board of Education's approval to do so. If this story sounds familiar,it's because the state gave the college the same kind of permission 10 years ago. The college submitted a new request on Aug.26 because so much time had elapsed, the state asked the college to update its proposal,said Ashley Carl,spokeswoman for HCC. HCC President Ken Atwater justified the college's request in an Aug.26 to Judith Bilsky,executive vice chancellor in the division of Florida colleges.The letter was accompanied by a detailed proposal,justifying an HCC northwest satellite. Atwater's letter notes that the college's enrollment continues to grow and that a center within Northwest Hillsborough "will greatly improve access to higher education for residents of Citrus Park,Lutz,Odessa,and Northwest Hillsborough County while also relieving overcrowding at our Dale Mabry campus,HCC's largest campus." The region already sends more than 3,500 students to HCC,according to a college analysis. Residents from Central Pasco may also benefit from a new HCC site because community college enrollments are not tied to boundaries. Denise Layne,an activist in Lutz,said "the civic association is very supportive of having a satellite location.It makes sense." She said she and other community representatives have met with Rob Wolf,a vice president at HCC,who has made assurances that the college has no desire to put the satellite in an area against the community's wishes. Barbara Dowling,recording secretary of the Keystone Civic Association,said the community favored a proposed location on Old Tobacco Road,which is in the Lutz planning area.Siting the center in Keystone's planning area may be difficult because the area relies on water wells and septic tanks,Dowling said. Carl said that the college needs to expand because the Dale Mabry campus is already over capacity and has no room to grow there.The Northwest Center would offer a variety of courses such as intermediate and college algebra,anatomy and physiology, psychology,sociology,English and American history.It also would offer introduction to business administration,introduction to computer technology,human nutrition, physical education and other courses. The college has been looking for a Northwest location for more than a decade and has looked at more than 20 locations, Carl said. It has seriously investigated several sites, but they have not worked out because of costs or other development challenges,the college's submittal says. Some sites that were explored include the former Northdale Public Library,a KMart building on Waters Avenue,the Citrus Park Baptist Church and a site on Old Tobacco Road.The college also has checked out leasing space but rejected those possibilities because they were not deemed to be costeffective or were unsuitable for classroom use,the submittal says. However,the submittal notes,"with softening of the real estate market in recent years,several more viable sites have emerged."Carl said the college is not looking at any specific site at the moment.She said she could not specify the general area the college is looking at,except to say it is unlikely that it would be west of Sheldon Road.Atwater's letter also states that he has met with the presidents of St.Petersburg College and Pasco-Hernando Community College to discuss ways they can collaborate.Presidents of both colleges also wrote letters to the state on behalf of HCC's request.HCC considers bringing college classes closer to area Making Strides for Breast Cancer Sharing a moment at the shopsDiana Greif (left) of Dade City and Port Richey City Councilwoman Nancy Britton at Making Strides for Breast Cancer at The Shops at Wiregrass. The two share a moment during the National Anthem at the event Oct. 23.(Photos by Tammy Sue Struble) Haberle girls and friends walk for momFrom left are Nikki Haberle, Cornell Wilson, Sherwane Baker and Ami Haberle, all of Dade City, walk for Haberle's mom Della, a seven-year breast cancer survivor during the Making Strides for Breast Cancer. WE'RE DRIVING DOWN PRICES! TO TEE OFF FOR FALL www.PlantationPalms.netDaily SpecialsLunch served 11-4,DAILY Dinner & Cocktails Fridays 4-?? 996-712223253 Plantation Palms Blvd.Land O'Lakes MondayÐThursday $29.95 Friday,Saturday,Sunday $39.95 Twilight after 1pm $25.00 FALLTWILIGHT SPECIAL After 1pm $29.95Includes Range Balls, Soup & Sandwich before your round. 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By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comWhat started as just a couple bumps on Jacob Leuthold's head turned into a sevenmonth search for answers. "We went to seven doctors in that time and each thought it was something else,"said Jacob's mother,Susan."None of the treatments or shampoos did anything.Finally we found out he had psoriasis and we got him the treatment he needed." The main problem with the diagnosis is psoriasis,which has no cure,is very uncommon in children.Most people do not see signs until turning 15,but Jacob saw the bumps at 9. The condition is the most common autoimmune disease in the United States, according to Catie Coman,spokeswoman for the nonprofit National Psoriasis Foundation. There are about 69,000 people with the condition in the Tampa Bay area and 7.5 million in the country.Jacob,13,said he wanted to do something to help fight the disease.He and his mother looked around and found several walks to raise money for psoriasis research and awareness,but none were near their Odessa home."A doctor told us about the foundation and we wrote them asking if we could start a walk in the area and they said several people had asked them the same question,"Susan said."When it got started they asked if Jacob could be the youth ambassador at the walk. I'm really excited about that." The walk starts at 9 a.m.Nov.6 at Ballast Point Park,5300 Interbay Blvd.in Tampa. Interested walkers can do either a 1K (1 kilometer or 0.6 miles) or 5K (3.1 miles).It is free to participate,but donations are accepted for the foundation. The main symptoms of psoriasis are very painful and itchy bumps and blotches on the skin caused by the body's immune system attacking itself.It can also cause large red areas, cracks in the skin,bleeding and scabs. Jacob said his biggest problem is the constant itching. "It's really annoying,"Jacob said."It's bad all day long and doesn't get any better.It's hard to focus on school when I'm always itching." The outbreaks are mainly on Jacob's head, but it used to be all across his skin.He had severe psoriasis,which means 10 percent or more of his body was covered.His condition is now considered mild,which means less than 2 percent is covered. "We use a couple of topical medications," Susan said."We also have to make sure he doesn't get too much sun because sunburns make it worse É We switched to basically organic milk and meat and that seems to have helped.He also has a pro-biotic drink that doctors have told us helps reduce the coverage."Outbreaks represent more than short-term discomfort.Coman said the more severe the case,the more likely it is for people to develop long-term health problems like heart disease, type II diabetes and liver disease.Psoriasis is genetically based,but is set off by something in the environment,according to Coman.No one else in Jacob's family has it. One problem those with psoriasis have is people think it is contagious. "It isn't contagious in any way,"Coman said."Almost everyone with it has a story about being asked to leave a public pool because people think it's contagious.That also makes it hard to make friends." One advantage Jacob has is he and a lot of his friends had a third-grade teacher named Linda Goode at McKitrick Elementary in Lutz who also has psoriasis."That made things easier when we first told Jacob he had it,"Susan said."He said that's what Ms.Goode has.All his friends know what it is and it isn't a problem for him."Goode still teaches at McKitrick;Jacob currently attends Martinez Middle. Jacob's goal is to raise $500 in donations at the walk and he is currently at just more than $200.The overall goal in Tampa is $35,000,of which nearly $5,000 has been collected.Anyone interested in signing up for the walk or donating should visit walk.psoriasis.org,click "find a walk near you"and select Tampa. Coman said the walks fund research while letting those with the condition know they are not alone. Jacob said he wants as many people to show up even if they do not have psoriasis."I think it will help them understand it better,"Jacob said."It will show them there are a lot of people with psoriasis and we are like anyone else.That's why I wanted to be a part of this so I can do something to fight psoriasis and let people know more about it."CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 5 Jacob's psoriasis walkWhat: 1K or 5K walk When: Nov.6 at 9 a.m. Where: Ballast Point Park,5300 Interbay Blvd.in Tampa Charge: Free,donations accepted To signup: walk.psoriasis.org Website: www.psoriasis.org Jacob Leuthold (right) and his younger brother Joey on a family trip to Colorado last December. (Photo courtesy of Susan Leuthold)Odessa youth Jacob Leuthold walks to cure psoriasis 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. Location: Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Wellness Center (unless otherwise noted) To Register: 1-877-534-3108 Heart Attack: Differences in Men & WomenPresenterEsther Fernandez, RN,ARNP Board certi“ed Cardiologist Date: November 2nd | Time: 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. | RSVP: November 1st New Treatments for Urinary IncontinencePhysician PresenterBertram A. Lewis, Jr, MD, PhD, FACS Board certi“ed Urologist Date: November 9th | Time: 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. | RSVP: November 8th Trust, Belonging & HopePresentersDoug Higgins, Chaplin, Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Ethan Bird, Director, Wellness Center, Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Date: November 16th | Time: 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. | RSVP: November 12th 1900 Oak Grove Boulevard Lutz, Florida, 33559(former Barnie’s location)WWW.ACUPOFORGANIC.COM Offering Organic Coffee & Tea, Smoothies, Paninis & Soups NOW OPENFREE Wi-Fi

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 6 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comFlu season is approaching and many people will soon make the decision if they will get vaccinated against the illness this year. "I've always gotten the shot for the last five years or so,"said Lutz resident Wilma Scott."I hate when I get sick and I don't want to get my family or co-workers sick,so I figure it's a good way to prevent that." Last year's outbreak of swine flu,also known as the H1N1 virus,changed Wesley Chapel resident Matt Thompson's opinion on getting the shot. "I never thought it made sense to get the shot," Thompson said."I always heard from people that they got the flu when they got the shot and I didn't want to have that happen.Then last year the swine flu happened and I didn't want it to happen to me.I thought about it a long time and eventually got it.Nothing happened and I didn't get swine flu,so this year I got the regular flu shot." The flu,or influenza,is actually a collection of very similar diseases.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states the flu is a contagious respiratory illness.The symptoms range from mild problems to death. The CDC's website,www.cdc.gov/flu,says each year several thousand people die from the flu.Last year about 12,000 died worldwide from H1N1.Each year the particular strain changes,which is what makes it so potentially dangerous because old immunity,either natural or from vaccination,is not effective in preventing the newer forms. Dr.David Johnson has been Pasco County's health officer since 2007.He said getting the flu shot is the most effective way to prevent getting the flu, which is why he gets one each year. "The seasonal flu shot protects against flu viruses that will be most common during the upcoming season," Johnson said."This year's flu vaccine will protect against 2009 H1N1 and two other influenza viruses, an H3N2 virus and an influenza B virus." The CDC is currently recommending everyone six months old or older get the annual flu shot each year. It is highly recommended for people between six months and 5 years old as well as those 65 years old or older because they are at higher risk of getting the disease and of having more severe symptoms. "This season,people 65 years and older will have two flu shots available to choose from,a regular dose flu shot and a new flu shot designed specifically for people 65 and older with a higher dose,"Johnson said. "This should result in a stronger immune response." Most people who get the flu recover in a few days to two weeks,according to the CDC,but it can develop into pneumonia or other respiratory diseases.The best way to prevent the progression is getting a lot of sleep and drinking plenty of fluids. Other than getting the shot,the CDC has four ways to help prevent getting the flu. First,avoid close contact with people who are visibly sick.The CDC does caution that people can spread the virus a day before they have symptoms.Also wash hands often and avoid touching the eyes,nose or mouth.The last step is to practice general good health habits,such as getting enough sleep,get enough exercise,manage stress,drink plenty of fluids and eat nutritious food. Those interested in getting a seasonal flu shot can do so on a walk-in basis at the Zephyrhills Clinic,4717 Airport Road or at the Dade City Clinic,13941 15th St.,Monday to Thursday from 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m..The cost is $25 for the shot,$40 for the high-dose shot or for $57 for pneumonia shots.Call (813) 780-0740 in Zephyrhills or (352) 521-1450 in Dade City for availability. Common flu symptoms• Fever • Chills • Coughing • Sore throat • Runny or stuffy nose • Muscle or body aches • Headaches • Fatigue • Vomiting • DiarrheaFlu fighters take the shot to stay healthy HEALTH & WELLNESS Wellness fair a successQuantum Vitality Centres in Wesley Chapel hosted the first of a series of Health & Wellness fairs Oct.16.Free screenings were available for high blood pressure,adrenal function,toxicity levels,spinal alignment and obesity.Everyone who attended the last fair received a goodie bag and could sample healthy snacks.Door prizes were also awarded. The centre also offers local outreach of free health screening and educational workshops to local businesses,schools, churches and clubs.Quantum Vitality Centres is located at 27454 Cashford Circle in Wesley Chapel and can be reached at (813) 973-4747 or at www.QVChealth.info.Pasco Regionals stress reliefPasco Regional Medical Center,13100 Fort King Road in Dade City,hosts a stress relief program aimed at those who are helping their family or loved ones who are aged,sick or disabled at home.The classes are free the third Thursday each month at 10:30 a.m.These talks are open to the public,however RSVP is required.For more information,call (727) 643-7159Red Ribbon WeekRed Ribbon Week has been celebrated the past 25 years during the last week in October and is a nationwide effort to promote healthy,drug-free living and motivate youth across the country to live drug-free.The Zephyrhills Police Department will be participating through the school resource unit in partnership with local schools to celebrate by encouraging students to follow the spirit of the week.Kids are Heroes campaign St.Joseph's Children's Hospital recently kicked off its 14th annual Kids Are Heroes campaign.The hospital is looking for children in the Tampa Bay area who have been heroes to their classmates,neighbors,family members or elsewhere.The deadline for nominations is Oct. 29. Since 1996,1,000 children from Pasco,Hillsborough and the surrounding counties between the ages of 5 and 18 have been chosen for the honor.Winners will be chosen in three age categories. For a nomination form,call (813) 870-5437 or visit www.stjosephschildrens.com.Breast cancer support groupThe Florida Cancer InstituteNew Hope's New Port Richey center,8763 River Crossing Blvd., will host its regular breast cancer support group meeting Oct.28 at 6 p.m.The group meets every other Thursday.There will be an open discussion with the group on topics of interest.Anyone who has been touched by breast cancer is invited to attend,not just New Hope patients.Light refreshments will be served.Call (727) 842-8411 ext.150 for more information. Dr. David Johnson

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 8 KUDOS AND MILESTONES FIVE-STAR SCHOOL AWARDForty-eight schools in the Pasco County school district have earned the 2009-2010 Five-Star School Award from the Florida Department of Education. To qualify,a school must achieve 100 percent of the required criteria in the areas of business partnership,family involvement, volunteerism,community service and school advisory councils. Here is a listing of winners,followed by the number of years each school has achieved the listing.Rodney B.Cox Elementary School,Mitchell High School, Watergrass Elementary School (one year); Oakstead Elementary School,Rushe Middle School,Veterans Elementary School (two years);Double Branch Elementary School, and New River Elementary School (three years) Chester W.Taylor Elementary School and Wiregrass Ranch High School (four years);Pine View Elementary School and Seven Oaks Elementary School (five years); Wesley Chapel Elementary School (six years).Pasco Elementary School,Pine View Middle School,Quail Hollow Elementary School,San Antonio Elementary School and West Zephyrhills Elementary School (eight years);Centennial Elementary School and Sanders Memorial Elementary School (nine years);and,Sand Pine Elementary School (11 years).PROGRESS ENERGY PROMOTES ENERGY EDUCATIONProgress Energy has donated $50,000 to Pasco County Schools,via the PascoEducation Foundation,to fund the Progress Energy Gives You Power to Protect.The funds will establish hands-on learning stations at the Energy and Marine Center.HELPING OTHERS FREEDOM HIGH HELPS TROOPSFreedom High School,17410 Commerce Park Blvd.,is sponsoring two events through Oct.29 to help the troops. The Armed Forces Club is conducting a "Support Our Troops"care package drive. Each classroom receives a brown paper bag and a jar.The bag is for items that are useful to troops overseas.The jar is to collect pennies to help pay for postage to ship the care packages. The media center is offering a "Library Fine Amnesty"to encourage students to donate items.Students can have their fines waived or reduced,based on the number of items they donate.The amnesty program applies only to fines,not lost books.FUN STUFF TO DO TRICK OR TREATING AT THE TRACKWesley Chapel High School is hosting a Trick or Treat around the Track from 6-7 p.m.Oct.29 at the high school's football stadium.Children can go trick-or-treating around the track.The football team's homecoming game will follow at 7:30 p.m. Children 10 and under who are wearing costumes will be admitted to the game for free.Admission is $5 for adults who stay for the game.TIE A YELLOW RIBBONFantasy of Flight is inviting local schools to join in its quest to break a Guinness World Record by building the largest yellow paper ribbon over Veterans Day to honor the nation's troops overseas. Fantasy of Flight is delivering supplies to local schools and youth groups that wish to participate.Those taking part can draw a holiday picture or write a message to the troops.All of the individual greetings will be strung together in a massive yellow ribbon and put on display at Fantasy of Flight before being sent to overseas troops. For more information,contact Fantasy of Flight at (863) 984-3500.POET AND JAZZ HISTORIAN TO GIVE TALKDave 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 and 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.SWEEPST AKES SPRITE HELPS SCHOOLSSprite has launched a program to help schools provide playground and athletic equipment.Now through Nov.15,Sprite is giving people a chance to help local schools win one of two $25,000 playground makeovers,or one of 10 runner-up prizes of $5,000 that can be used for various school expenses.To be eligible for the prize,people can donate points to their schools by entering the code found on any of 13 Coca-Cola products at www.mycokerewards.com.Schools registered in the My Coke Rewards program who receive points between Oct.1 and Nov.15 will be eligible to win.UPCOMING EVENTS 5TH ANNUAL FUN RUNThe 5th Annual Fun Run presented by the Pasco County Association of Educational Office Professionals (PCAEOP) Scholarship Committee will be Nov.6.All proceeds benefit high school seniors who attend Pasco County Schools. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 9 COMMUNITY SUPPORTLennar's Central Florida Division is partnering with nonprofit Treats For Troops to collect snacks and toiletries to send to U.S.Troops in Afghanistan and other overseas bases where they are stationed. Lennar has collection boxes in Welcome Homes Centers in the following communities • Eiland Park Town Homes,Zephyrhills • Concord Station,Land O'Lakes • Tampa Bay Golf & Country Club,San Antonio "Anything from candy to shampoo to toothpaste is appreciated,"said Mark Metheny,president of Lennar's Central Florida division,"The troops don't have access to stores in Afghanistan and the kinds of comfort items we often take for granted here are treasures over there." Lennar is asking that participants fill a gallon-sized Ziploc bag with either toiletries or snacks,not combined.Donations will be accepted through Oct.31.For information,call Francine Miller at (727) 479-1747,Mark Metheny at (727) 479-1700,or Larry Vershel at (407) 6444142.For more information on Treats For Troops,call Karin King at (813) 746-1517.Dentist offers cash for candyBritten Dental Associates are buying back children's Halloween candy and paying each child $1 per pound.In return,Britten will donate the candy to our troops overseas. Collections are from 3-5 p.m. Nov.1,Nov.2 and Nov.3 at the dental office, 213 Crystal Grove Blvd.in Lutz.For information,call (813) 949-8411.Hike for Hospice Nov. 14The fourth annual Hike for Hospice 5K is at 9 a.m.Nov.14 at the Wesley Chapel District Park,7727 Boyette Road. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.The fee is $25 for adults,$15 for students ages 11 to college,and $5 for children under 10.All proceeds benefit Gulfside Regional Hospice.All hikers receive a morning snack,beverages and t-shirt.Mike Alstott will kick off the hike and sign autographs. To register or make a donation,visit www.firstgiving.com/hikeforhospice,or call Brenda Gilham at (800) 561-4883. Lennar collects treats for troops The Zephyrhills Elks Lodge gave Meals on Wheels a donation to have new security doors installed on the building. Pictured in front of the new double security doors are Emilie Mastin, PER; Cynthia Beson, director East Pasco Meals on Wheels; and Mary Crosier, Zephyrhills Elks exalted ruler. (Photos courtesy of Bobbie Schwob) PUBLISHES: Every Wednesday. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Paid subscriptions available for those outside delivery area. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 10 By Samantha TaylorPure Health StudiosThe more restaurants I tour to check for healthy dishes you can eat,the more convinced I am that you must be so particular about what you eat in restaurants and how it is prepared since most restaurant meals are loaded with calories. Just so you know:I used to eat out three times a day for many years.I had an eating disorder;I was a compulsive eater and I binged on fast food,junk food,sugar and restaurant food.I started to have victory with my bingeeating challenge when I began to understand the total calorie content of my food.One of my old favorites was the restaurant food that has been named home of the No.1 worst food in America Ð Outback Steakhouse's cheese fries.That's according to a series of popular books called "Eat This Not That." Yes,this health and fitness expert used to gorge on this grease-filled dish and like that wasn't enough,I ordered extra,extra bacon on it! Guess how many calories are in this dish.Just try and guess.OK,it's 3,500,according to the book.I honestly didn't know that until I looked it up one day. That discovery led me to never get a full order again Ñ only half! Now,it has been years and I don't eat it any more.It actually tastes gross to me now even though I used to love it. I think many people aren't really aware that they are gorging on 3,000 calories in a single sitting,but when you do become aware of it,everything just seems different, especially when you know that 3,500 calories is equal to one pound of fat. So the moral of the story is that you need to be aware of how many calories are in what you are ordering when you eat out.You wouldn't leave your child with a babysitter that you have never checked out,right? It's the same with your body and health.These are important,so don't leave the fate of what you're eating in someone else's hands unless you have made your investigation. That's the beauty of the Internet.In less than five minutes,you can just type in the website of your favorite fast-food place and look up the nutritional information of its meals,especially the food that you tend to order over and over. For large corporate restaurants,you can search the restaurant name and name of meal or entrŽe like "Chili's chicken crispers nutrition info."Brace yourself, though,because you may find that your favorite dish has a lot more calories than you thought. But at least you can make a wiser decision now like eat only half of the dish or definitely make sure you do cardio that day.My husband just lost 60 pounds and has kept it off for five months doing that very same thing.You can too! HEALTHY ORDERINGDo your homework before stuffing your faceEditor's Note: Eating out is a staple of American life, but it is also one reason why we are heavier than ever before. The challenge is to determine the calorie and fat content of menu items and make healthy choices. Samantha Taylor offers her tips on how you can make responsible choices while dining out. Samantha Taylor is a weight loss expert,personal trainer and owner of Pure Health Studios in Lutz.For more information,on healthy ordering,visit her blog at www.thisisfit.com. You've GotAFriendHere. Companion CareOF TAMPABAYJerrie McGlynn-AkinsLocally Owned & Operated  Respite Care  In-Home Companionship Transportation Light Housekeeping  Meal Preparation Laundry  Errands Medication Reminders  Recreation No minimum number of hours required  Live In / 24 hour care availableToll Free:1-866-907-2229www.companioncare.infoFL REG.# 228632Licensed,Bonded and Insured. Q.What is a cataract? J.L.B.,ZephyrhillsThe primary function of the lens is to refract and focus light on the retina (the film of the eye) while remaining transparent (clear). The lens is a bioconvex body (about the size of an M&M) with a diameter of 9 mm and the thickness of 4 to 4.5 mm. The lens is 66% water (the least hydrated organ in the body), the remaining bulk is composed mainly of proteins. Over time, the lens will harden, becoming cloudy. The loss of transparency and clouding of the lens is called a cataract. It is a natural process that occurs in most everyone over 50 years of age. We recommend that cataracts be removed when they interfere with your vision. Zephyrhills 6329 US 301 (Gall Blvd.) (813) 788-7616 Sun City Center (813) 634-9289 Bushnell (352) 568-0600 From MAILBAG Stuart J. Kaufman M.D. Cataract Specialist Certified Crystalens Surgeonwww.KaufmanEyeInstitute.comA.For your convenience, surgery is done in Zephyrhills and Tampa 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 CALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION CALLFORAFREECONSULTATION CALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION CALLFORAFREECONSULTATION Christina M. Martin, DDS, MSORTHODONTICSChildren & Adults www.christinamartindds.com2234 Native Woods Lane • Wesley Chapel, FL 33543 813.929.6700BEHIND SAM'S CLUB 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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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 11 F ALL ENTER T AINMENT HALLELUJAH FESTIVAL OCT. 29First Baptist Church of Zephyrhills,38231 Fifth Avenue,will have an Hallelujah festival from 6-8 p.m.Oct.29 for all ages.Games, candy and treats.The festival will be in the parking lot across from the main campus. For information,call (813) 949-1751 or visit www.fantasticfirst.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,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 PROGRAMTrue 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) 7885433 or visit www.truelifecenter.com.TRUNK TREATSFirst Christian Church of Zephyrhills,6040 Eighth Street,will host Trunk Treats and free hot dogs from 5-7 p.m.Oct.30.There will be a bounce house from 1-7 p.m.The church is located behind the post office.For information,www.zhillsfirstchristian.org.LIGHT NIGHT IN NEW TAMPATampa Bay Presbyterian Church,19111 Bruce B.Downs Blvd.,will host Light Night from 5-7:30 p.m.Oct.31.Light Night is a free family-friendly event with laser tag,squash bowling,food,face painting and refreshments.The church will accept donations of canned and boxed food items for Thanksgiving dinner baskets for needy families.Cheerful costumes are welcome. For information,call (813) 973-2484.ANNUAL GARDEN CLUB TOURThe Dade City Garden Club,13630 Fifth Street,will host their fifth annual fall garden tour from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Nov.6.Tour four private gardens,see artist demonstrations in club gardens and purchase plants. Gardening author Monica Brandeis will speak at 2:30 p.m.Tickets are $10.Children are free.Tickets are available at the clubhouse on the day of the tour.For information call (352) 238-2547 or e-mail jeff352@gmail.com.HOLIDAY FAIRMeadow Pointe I will host a holiday fair from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.Nov.6 at the clubhouse, 28245 County Line Road in Wesley Chapel. The event showcases the talents and products of Meadow Pointe residents and local vendors.Snacks and beverages available for purchase.Bounce house,face painting and more.For information,contact mp1cc@yahoo.com.GOSPEL MUSICAgape Baptist Church,39735 Chancey Road in Zephyrhills,will host a free gospel music concert at 6 p.m.Nov.7.The Sunshine State Quartet will perform.A love offering will be taken.The WWJD Food Ministry will collect nonperishable food items at the door.Doors open at 5 p.m.For information,call (813) 788-3330 or (813) 788-3366.OUTDOOR QUILT SHOW AT USFThe Cypress Creek Quilters'Guild will present As Our Garden Grows,an outdoor quilt show,Nov.6 and Nov.7 at the USF Botanical Gardens,12210 USF Pine Drive in Tampa.Over 200 quilts on display.A professional quilt appraiser will be available.A live charity to benefit USF Hope House.Admission is $5.Free parking.For information,visit www.cypresscreekquilters.org.JOIN THE CLUB DRIVE SAFELY WITH AARPFirst United Methodist Church in Zephyrhills will host the AARP Driving Safety Course Oct.28.The course is for drivers over the age of 50.To register,call instructor John Wheeler at (813) 788-7408.NEW MEMBER SOCIALThe GFWC Central Pasco Junior Women's Club is having a new member social at 6:45 p.m.Nov.3 at Amici Pizza,26252 Wesley Chapel Blvd.The chapter is looking for leaders and members woman over 18 looking for a way to make a difference in the community.For information,call Angie Carter at (813) 210-1588 or e-mail centralpascojuniorwomensclub@gmail.comEAGLES AERIE DINNERS Eagles Aerie #3752,4149 New River Road in Zephyrhills,will host breakfast and music by Randy every Sunday.The coin club meets 7 a.m.-1 p.m.Nov.6.A fall festival with burgers, hotdogs,beer and music is all day Nov.13.A euchre tourney is at 12:30 p.m.Nov.13. Karaoke by Phil is Nov.20 and Nov.27.A Thanksgiving dinner is 1-5 p.m.Nov.25. Dinners for the month include meatloaf Nov. 4,a roast beef charity dinner 5-7 p.m.Nov. 11,and liver and onions or Salisbury steak Nov.18.The cost of dinner is $7.For information,call (813) 780-1558.THE AR TS FALL DANCE CONCERT AT USFThe USF School of Theatre & Dance presents the 2010 fall dance concert in Theatre 1 on the USF Tampa campus at 8 p.m.Oct.29-31 and Nov.4-6.There is a 3 p.m.matinee Oct. 31.Advance tickets are $8 for students and seniors and $12 general admission.The show includes contemporary ballet,modern dance,opera and more.For information,call (813) 974-2323 or visit www.arts.usf.edu.HOBBIES AND CRAFTS MAKE YOUR OWN CARDSCARES Zephyrhills Senior Community Center will have greeting card classes from 9:30-11:30 a.m.every Thursday starting Nov. 4.Bring scissors and adhesives.The cost is $10,a portion of which benefits CARES. Class size is limited.The classes are at Bentley Commons,38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills.To register or for information, call Peggy Johnson at (352) 206-0277 or (352) 521-5061.OPEN HOUSE INVITES 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.LEND A HAND 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.BIKERS AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKINGRun for Freedom presents Tampa's first freedom ride Nov.13.Registration begins at 9 a.m.The ride starts at 10 a.m.at Victorious Life Church,6224 Old Pasco Road in Wesley Chapel.The ride will go to Sleepy Hollow Restaurant in Floral City for lunch, announcements,donation collection and prize giveaways,and back.Registration is $25 per driver,$20 per passenger and includes lunch and a t-shirt.Money raised is for the first dream home in America.To register online,visit www.runforfreedom.net.BLOOD SERVICES CAMPAIGNFlorida Blood Services kicks off their 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.EDUCA TE YOURSELF CULTIVATE AND COOKThe Pasco Cooperative Extension is offering a free cultivating and cooking with herbs seminar from 9-11 a.m.Nov.6.Learn to grow herbs and use them in meal preparations. Samples will be shared.Pre-registration is suggested.The seminar will be in Clayton Hall on the Pasco County Fairgrounds,36702 SR 52 in Dade City.For information,call Jean Hink at (352) 521-4288 or Angelo Liranzo at (352) 567-3576.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 is at 38010 Medical Center Avenue in Zephyrhills.For information,call Mimma Molinari at (813) 783-1676. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT COUNTRY WESTERN DANCETodd Brown & The River Junction Band will perform at the Pasco County Fairgrounds at 8 p.m.Oct.30.The night includes a Halloween costume contest.Tickets are $10 in advanced or $20 at the door.Kids 12 and under are free.The event is bring your own cans and chairs.Habitat for Humanity will collect aluminum cans for their recycling program.For tickets or information,call (352) 567-3769.The band is accepting non-perishable food items,baby items and paper products to deliver to Sunrise Domestic Violence Shelter.For information on Sunrise,call (352) 521-3120 or visit www.sunrisepasco.org. Your Community Calendar • Submit to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com • All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening 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. Will has advocated for multi-faceted approaches to creating jobs for Floridians: targeted tax credits, small business loans, lower taxes, and reforms to Floridas regulatory climate. www.willweatherford.com

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 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 Mindy is a designer dogMindy is a 1 1/2 year-old maltese and shih-tzu mix. She loves to leave artwork on the windows with her nose while she waits for her best friend Sassy to come over to play. She loves her mommy's cooking as you can tell by her picture. Mindy's proud owners are Paul and Iris Rosier of Wesley Chapel. Halloween happenings at the Lowry Park Zoo are for the animals too.The zoo's African elephants have the opportunity to stomp,chomp and "bob"for pumpkins as a special seasonal treat. Offering palate-pleasing pumpkins is part of the animals'enrichment program,designed to encourage physical and mental activity while stimulating the animals'senses and natural behaviors.Watch the animals have fun with their own pumpkin party at 11 a.m.Oct.29 at the Pumpkin Toss.See which species kick,play and pounce on these seasonal treats.The Pumpkin Toss is included with zoo admission.For information, visit www.lowryparkzoo.com. Pumpkin treats for the animals(Photos by Aaron Lockwood Photography) 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 (Includes pre-anesthetic exam,anesthesia,pain & antibiotic pre-medication) Dogs & cats must be healthy and current on vaccines & at least 3 months old but not more than 5 years old.Dogs should be at least 5 lbs.,Cats,3 lbs. SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC:Call for appointment: Subject to $3 medical, infectious & records fee.Cat Neuter: $30 Cat Spay: $40 Dog Neuter:Dog Spay: up to 11 lbs$40up to 11 lbs$50 12 33 lbs$4512 22 lbs$55 34 66 lbs$5523 44 lbs$60 67 88 lbs$7045 66 lbs$70 89 132 lbs$8567 88 lbs$90 89 132 lbs$105VACCINE CLINIC:Tues. & Thurs. 2 4 pm only. Walk-Ins Welcome. Subject to $3 medical, infectious & records fee.Includes exam & economy vaccines.Consult is add'l $25 on request.(813)949-441621515 VILLAGE LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLAND O'LAKESMON-TUES-THURS-FRI 8 AM 6 PM SAT 8 AM 2 PM CLOSED WED & SUN CATS • Rabies 1 yr $9.99 • Feline Leukemia $19.99 • Feline Distemper Combo $9.99 DOGS • Rabies 1 yr $9.99 • Canine Distemper Combo $17.99 • Bordetella/Kennel Cough $9.99 We'll create a custom picture ad for you atNO CHARGE!CallTheLaker/LutzNewsat813-909-2800 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 Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special and include a photo with names on the back and mail to:Pet of the W eek , P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548 E-mail: kwelton@cnewspubs.com ATTN: Pet of the Week • Veterinarians • Grooming • Breeding • Training • Supplies • Pet Sitters • Pets 4 Sale PET STATION PETof theWEEK 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 27,2010 13 By B.J.JarvisPasco Extension Horticulture Agent October is the heart of the fall hummingbird-watching season in central Florida. While there are more than 300 different hummingbirds in the United States,there is only a handful common in Florida.But that's okay,because the ones that do fly through are abundant and fascinating to watch.While some will winter in Florida, many are just passing through,migrating as "snow birds"to points in South America and Mexico.So enjoy them now and augment gardens with plants that will attract them year-round. Gardeners can increase the numbers of these winged wonders by selecting plants with flowers that are large,tubular and may droop down.It is often reported that the flowers must be red,but hummingbirds will visit flowers in a wide range of colors.Bloom time should be spread over a large period of time so that hummingbirds will keep visiting your garden. Spacing out the plants throughout the garden is also helpful as males are especially territorial protecting their nectar sources.Given a distance of at least 15-20 inches between plantings should reduce the competition while increasing your viewing pleasure. Fire bush,red swamp hibiscus and fire spike are three good shrubs for fall blooming.Don't overlook vines as a source of nectar.Cross vine and trumpet vine with their large flowers will make a fence or trellis stand out and will be a great bird attractor.I have also seen hummingbirds visiting my annual cypress vine.Although technically an annual,cypress vine will readily self-seed and may be a bit aggressive.Additional layers of nectar sources include cigar plant,or the Cuphea; flowering tobacco,or Nicotiana;lantana,either the native or exotic species;and occasionally a petunia.Beebalm,wishbone flower,or Torenia;and even nasturiums are great fall bloomers that are full of nectar and sure to bring the small birds to your garden.To assure bird-watching nirvana,garden so that there is a fairly continuous bloom. Just remember some plants produce abundant blooms but little nectar,such as roses. While hummingbirds may not be attracted to rose flowers for nectar,they will build their inconspicuous nest on stems of thorny rosebushes.I wonder if the thorns are more protective to their young than an obstacle to avoid. Gardeners are often roped in by artificial feeders,which are filled with sugar water or manufactured nectar,thinking this will attract hummingbirds.Sugar water is not really a great food,rather more like dessert.Dessert does taste good,but is not a great staple of the daily diet.Planting natural sources of nectar that contain all the complex nutrients and carbohydrates helps make up a more balanced diet. Finally,to truly enjoy these amazing acrobatic birds be cautious about what you apply in the garden.Broad-spectrum pesticides sprayed every time there's a little bug will also reduce the population of watchable wildlife,including hummingbirds,butterflies and songbirds.Employ the least-toxic method first and only when pest populations are large enough to warrant intervention.For more information about hummingbirds of Florida,visit the University of Florida's website at https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pdffiles/UW/UW 05900.pdf. NATURE NOTES B.J.Jarvis is horticulturist and extension director for Pasco County Cooperative Extension Service,a free service of the county and the University of Florida.For more information,visit the extension website at www.pasco.ifas.ufl.edu. Ruby-throated hummingbirds are the most commonly seen in Florida gardens such as this male visiting a petunia. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 14 Ambler sued to have Norman disqualified.He also sought to his name placed on the ballot,but the judge refused. On Saturday,the Republican Party tapped former state Rep.Rob Wallace to run for the seat.Wallace is an environmental engineer who,while in the House,once cast the lone vote against the state budget out of concerns for government overspending.While the ballots show Norman's name,a vote for Norman will be counted for Wallace Ñ though Norman and Ambler both had pending appeals,meaning things couldELECTION,from page 1The pumpkin patch,which the church has operated for several years,is popular, said Pastor Sam Maihack."We've already been branded as the pumpkin church." The pumpkins,which come from North Carolina,sell for 50 cents for the teeny tiny ones to $20 for the super-large ones. Proceeds support the church's youth ministry and missions. The Seal Swim School,at 19509 N.Dale Mabry Highway in Lutz,also uses its pumpkin patch to reach out to the community. It has a family fun festival every Friday night in October,where kids can pose with pumpkins,jump around in the bounce house,paint pumpkins and get their faces painted. The swim school generally sells 3,000 to 4,000 pumpkins a year,but no purchase is necessary to join in the fun. The school takes great pride in the quality of its pumpkins. "All of our pumpkins are kept shaded.We wash them.We turn them.We really baby our pumpkins,"said Melanie Stairs,marketing director of the swim school. "Dirty pumpkins don't sell,"added Erin Grande,the school's director.PUMPKIN,from page 1cludes recognition and thanks over a PA system during the event,a banner and 10 guest passes."The Hog"is $1,000.It includes everything in "The Squealer"and "The Piglet"plus more advertising perks,the logoBARBECUE,from page 1The Friday night festivals are fun,said Laura Sutton,a customer service representative for the school. "The kids come and they have their costumes on.They're just so cute and happy." While there are full-fledged pumpkin patches in some locations,other places merely offer pumpkins as a sideline Ð as a convenience to their patrons or to draw attention to themselves. Community Thrift Shop,at 21021 SR 54 in Lutz,decided to let a vendor sell pumpkins in front of the shop,after some customers mentioned it would be nice to have a pumpkin patch there,said Caroline Werter,a thrift shop volunteer. Besides offering a convenience for its customers,the thrift shop also will receive 25 percent of the vendor's proceeds,which will be donated to charities. At Plant Stop,3904 Land O'Lakes Blvd.in Land O'Lakes,a small pumpkin patch is intended to draw attention to the relatively new business,said Pat Onorato,the store's owner.The shop has also used a special weapon to advertise the patch:"My little grandson Gunner (Onorato) was out there in front,pointing at the sign,"he said. SHUFFLEBOARD Special to The LakerThe Florida Shuffleboard Association recently had its second state championship at the Zephyrhills Shuffleboard Club (ZSC) and the team of Jim Barnes and Gus Bondi won the tournament for the second year in a row.The team took the title winning every match as they did in 2009. Last year they took out the team of Earl Ball and Henry Strong.Ball vowed it would never happen again,but it did as they were gone early in the event. The final match for the championship went the distance against Charlie Canady and Doyle Maxey,who came from way back in the second game to force the decisive third game.They had the defending champions in a tight spot,but Barnes pulled it out on his final hammer to take the winner off the board and hold the score for the win.Canady and Maxey had to fight just to get to the title match.They appeared gone in the semifinals down 69-41 in the final 75-point game against George Darwin and Terry Rainwater,but Canady made two kitchens to back the opponents down to 49.In Florida Central District action, Zephyrhills residents took both the professional and amateur championships.Jerry Brandon teamed with Ron Klima,of Lakeland,and took out Larry Metzgar and Earl Ball in a close three-game match, while Dale Strickland took the Amateur Singles Championship. Zephyrhills Shuffleboard Players also showed their strength in the Florida Shuffleboard Association Tournament in Winter Haven the following week,winning both division championships.Bondi drew Larry Metzgar of Betmar Acres and they roared through the professional division without losing a game. The win moves Bondi within four points of qualifying for the Florida Hall of Fame.Annette MacLennan of the ZSC drew Wayne Church from Winters Park and they put on a show in the finals,winning two games to one for the title.Barnes and Bondi take titlechange between now and Election Day.Beyond the confusion in this race,there are many other congressional,legislative, county commission,school board and other seats up for grabs during this election. Early voting continues until Oct.30.Polls will be open 7 a.m.to 7 p.m.on Tuesday, Nov.2. When the ballots are counted,it should signal the end of a barrage of negative campaigning that has characterized this political season.For more election information go to www.pascovotes.com or www.votehillsborough.org. on event T-shirts and 15 guest passes. Mikkelsen is optimistic that it will be a great event for years to come. For more information,contact Vonnie Mikkelsen at (813) 782-1913,or e-mail director@zephyrhillschamber.org. Atkins Group Home Inc. receives donationAtkins Group Home Inc. in Zephyrhills was the recipient of a $500 donation from the Zephyrhills Elks. Atkins is an organization that works with developmentally challenged young men. The donation was used to replace windows in the group home. Pictured from left Joel Orloff, director of Atkins Group Home; Peggy Hassard, office assistant and repair coordinator; Cathi Kelly, administrator; and Mary Crosier, exalted ruler Zephyrhills. Feel Better. 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C O L O R I N G G P I C T U R E Jokes and Riddles Each of the following is a type of bat. Fill in the blanks to name that bat. 1. 2 . What Rhymes with BAT ? List 10 words that rhyme with bat.Ž Fact or Fiction? Answers: 1) Fact, 2) Fiction, bats can see and some very well, 3) Fiction, bats are very clean and groom themselves like cats, 4) Fact, but few bats actually carry the disease, 5) Fiction, bats are shy and only attack people in self-defense, 6) Fact, there is one type, the vampire bat, that feeds on the blood of cattle and birds, but most bats eat insects or fruit, 7) Fact, bats fly with their mouths open either to catch their dinner or to make highfrequency sounds which helps them navigate through the air, 8) Fact, 9) Fact, 10) Fact How do you get around in the dark? You use your eyes, right? While large bats may rely on their eyes to find their way around in the dark, smaller bats depend more on echolocation. They send sound waves into their environment and listen to the echoes to determine where everything is. Bats make sounds through their mouth, often at such a high frequency that humans cannot hear them. They wait for the echoes and use the timing and loudness of them to determine the location, size and type of things around them. Through echolocation, small bats can move easily through total darkness. They can get to areas where other animals cannot and find food to eat late at night. E c h o l o c a t i o n Echolocation Q: What do you get if you cross a bat with a computer?A: Love at first byte!Q: What kind of boats do vampire bats like best?A: Blood vessels. B B A T T C H A L L E E N G E B ATCHALLE NGEWhen you think about Halloween, many creepy things probably come to mind like goblins and ghosts and spiders and bats. There are tons of myths surrounding bats. Here are some questions about those myths. How many can you answer correctly?1) Bats are the only mammals that can fly. Fact or Fiction?2) Bats cannot see. Fact or Fiction?3) Bats are dirty creatures. Fact or Fiction?4) Bats can carry rabies. Fact or Fiction?5) Bats often attack people. Fact or Fiction?6) Bats feed on the blood of others. Fact or Fiction?7) Bats tend to fly with their mouths open. Fact or Fiction?8) Bats help control the insect population. Fact or Fiction?9) Bats pollinate plants. Fact or Fiction?10) Bats reseed forests. Fact or Fiction?Answers: 1) Great mouse-tailed bat 2) Eastern horseshoe bat 3) Spotted bat 4) Pallid bat 5) Bumblebee bat 6) Ghost-faced bat 7) Bismarck flying fox Name That Bat 1) G R __ A __ M __ U __ E __ A I __ E D B AT2) E __ S T __ R __ H O __ __ E S __ O E B AT3) S __ O __ T E D B AT4) __ A __ __ I D B AT5) B __ M __ __ E __ E E B AT6) G __ O S __ F __ C __ D B AT7) B __ S __ A R __ __ F __ Y __ N G __ O X Some answers: at, brat, cat, fat, gnat, 3 . 4. 5. 6 . 7. 8. 9 . 10 . hat, mat, pat, rat, sat, spat, stat CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 15

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 16 Gant to Long Island UniversityWiregrass Ranch High baseball player John Michael Gant recently committed to Long Island University.The senior right-handed pitcher threw 53 innings last senior with a 7-2 record and a 1.73 earned run average striking out 70 batters.He batted .375 with seven RBI, five doubles in 19 games.Tampa East Sertoma Golf ClassicThe Tampa East Sertoma's 25th annual Golf Classic is at 12:45 p.m.Nov.5 at Lexington Oaks Golf Club,26133 Lexington Oaks Blvd. in Wesley Chapel.The event benefits United Cerebral Palsy of Tampa Bay.The entry fee is $125 per player and includes greens fees,cart rental,range balls,dinner and door prizes.For more information call (813) 962-7706 or visit www.Sertoma-Tampa-East.org.Suncoast Catholic's golf eventSuncoast Catholic Men's Ministries is hosting its first golf fundraiser at 1 p.m.Nov.7 at Plantation Palms Golf Club in Land O' Lakes.The event is $70 to $350 per player depending on the package.All money raised will help fundthe 2011 Check This Out Tampa Bay Catholic Men's Conference.For more information or to register,visit suncoastcatholicministries.com/home/golf-fundraiser/.Pacholke to Jacksonville StateFreedom High girls basketball player Kaitlynn Pacholke verbally committed to play at Jacksonville State in Alabama Oct.17.The 5foot-4 senior point guard averaged 11.7 points,8.2 assists and 5.5 steals per game for the 19-6 Patriots last year.Northeastern University and St.Leo University were also recruiting Pacholke.ÔRun For The Kicks!' 5K runStarkey Wilderness Park will host "Run For The Kicks!" 5K race at 8 a.m.followed by a 1mile fun run at 9 a.m.Nov.6.Ingram's Karate Center is putting on the race and all proceeds will benefit students selected for the USA Karate team that will represent the United States at international competitions.Runners can register at www.RaceSmith.com or at the park the morning of the event.For further information,call (727) 372-7673 or (727) 969-4777.CorrectionWesley Chapel High girls golfer Hana Lee shot a 71 in the Sunshine Athletic Conference tournament.An incorrect score was listed last week.Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comEach weekend area children gather at Royal Bowling Lanes in Lutz to get better at the game while earning valuable scholarships. The program was started by Maria Smith, of Land O'Lakes,16 years ago in Miami.At first it was simply called the Youth Scholarship Fund,but she renamed it the Paul D.Boller Memorial Scholarship Fund after her late husband. "I was a youth bowler myself and I gained a lifetime of love for the game and lifelong friends,"Smith said."I learned about life through bowling.I thought this program would be a wonderful way to give back to the game that I got so much from." Currently 60 kids,including ones from Lutz,Land O'Lakes,Wesley Chapel and Odessa,come to the Saturday morning or Sunday evening program.Smith estimates that 1,200 children have participated in the bowling course since it started. "What the kids are learning about is sportsmanship and how to play with others as a team,"Smith said."I think it's a worthwhile thing for kids to pick up.It's a group outlet for kids and keeps them off the streets." While learning or mastering the game at the lanes,1927 Brinson Road in Lutz,the children earn money for educational scholarships.Smith said about $400,000 has been given to kids in the program.The scholarship money comes from a variety of places, mostly from tournaments and other events at Royal Lanes. "They don't have to go to a traditional four-year school,"Smith said."They can use it at a vocational school or something like that.As long as it goes to their education it's fine." Josh Spence,of Wesley Chapel,has been in the program for five months and enjoys the weekly trips to Royal Lanes.He started playing the game with his father,Dan,a couple times a month. "I really like bowling because one day you can do badly and another you can do really well,"said Spence,who is an eighth grader at Dr.John Long Middle in Wesley Chapel."You can play very different on different days,but you can see how good you can play if you do everything right.That makes me want to practice more to play well all the time." Spence said his best score is 222,which he shot about a month ago. "When I'm bowling I just try to roll the ball through my focus point,"Spence said."I have to walk up with the right form to do my best,so I have to think about every little thing I'm doing." The youngest bowler in the program is Land O'Lakes resident Devon Bilek,6.He started in the classes three years ago and his father,Dan,is one of the teachers. "I really like it,"Bilek said about bowling. "It's fun to see all the pins fall down and I like learning from Ms.Smith and getting better." Bilek said his high score is 204. The Saturday program is from about 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.and is for kids ages 12 and older. Sunday sessions are from 6-8:30 p.m.and are for kids of any age.Each session is $11, which includes three games,shoes,the lessons,parties and awards.Participants also need to pay a yearly fee of $17 to the United States Bowling Congress. Bowlers can also play in various tournaments at Royal Lanes for an additional entry fee.The next event is Nov.26 and 27. Interested bowlers can sign up for the event at the alley. Bilek said right now he just wants to get better at bowling,but Spence has long-term goals in the game. "Right now I want to do better and maybe go semi-pro,"Spence said."I also want to start a bowling team at Wiregrass Ranch next year when I'm in high school." For more information or to join the program,call Royal Lanes at (813) 949-3606 or visit the alley and leave a name and phone number for Smith.She will get in touch with anyone interested. "My motto is there is always room for one more kid,"Smith said."Just get with the person at the front desk and they will get the information to me."ÔStriking' up bowling interest in area's youth Children like Josh Spence (left), Devon Bilek and Samantha Tabone learn bowling from Maria Smith and earn scholarships. (Photo by Cheryl Spence) Two Wildcats teams top 1A-9Academy at the Lakes girls golf won 1A-9 championship at Plantation Palms by shooting 488, beating Wesley Chapel High's 523.The top three teams in each district tournament advance to regionals. Winning the individual hardware is Saddlebrook Prep's Lauren Riehle,who won the title last year, with a 5-over 77.Wesley Chapel freshman Hana Lee and academy's Anna Fornelli tied for second with an 86,while Ellen Crowly,of the academy,shot 107.Carrollwood Day's Hannah Crosby advanced individually with a 110. Saddlebrook Prep golfer Lauren Riehle's 77 won her the district title for the second straight year. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comWiregrass Ranch High boys golf coach Nick Cuviello said the Bulls were sick of being the bridesmaid in district tournaments and they showed it Oct.19 at Pebble Creek Golf Club. The Bulls,who had finished as district runner-up the last two years,won the team title by 26 strokes over Land O'Lakes High. "It was really exciting,"Cuviello said."We had a bad start,but managed to grind it out and finish with a lot of strong scores." Senior Dylan Larson's individual district crown was much closer.He shot 1-over 72 in regulation,tied with Gators golfer Jon Kopsell.The two went to a playoff.It looked bad for Larson when he shot his tee shot into the rough, but he recovered to sink a 2-foot par putt. "He battled all day with Jon,"Cuviello said."It went right down to the end.He told me after he was very nervous standing over that par putt to win it and who could blame him with everyone watching.He was able to calm himself and get the job down." It was the second straight individual title for Larson.He had to hit a 15-foot birdie on 17 just to force the playoff with Kopsell. Larson's teammates Logan Horrigan and Chris Kluender shot 76 and 78 respectively. Land O'Lakes golfer Robert Nieman came in at 79,while fellow Gators Jesse Boger and Matt Mooney shot 90 and 97 respectively.Sunlake High finished fifth with a 343 in the Class 2A,District 6 tournament,two spots out of advancing to regionals. Seahawks golfer Nicolai Atkinson managed to qualify individually for regionals with a 79.First district title for Wiregrass Ranch boys golf Dylan Larson's victory in a playoff won him the individual district title and helped the Bulls take their first championship in program history. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com) Saddlebrook Prep won its second straight boys golf district championship Oct.18.The Spartans score of 323 beat out first-year Fivay High's 328 and Wesley Chapel High's 336. It was the last district tournament for the Wildcats'Alan Black,who has been a coach at Wesley Chapel since the school opened in 1999. "It was kind of bittersweet,"Black said. "We did well finishing second in the conference and didn't play that well in districts, but we did enough to advance.Hopefully we can put together a good round in regionals and get to states." The low round of the day went to Fivay's Austin Padova with a 2under 70.Wesley Chapel seniors Brandon Mumaw and Jacob Fleck shot the second and third best scores at 76 and 78 respectively.Saddlebrook took the 1A-9 crown with consistent scoring from all four golfers.Jordy Torrent shot 79,Alex Benshel shot 80 and both Adam Chowhari and Daniel Hori shot 82.Carrollwood Day's Ryan Hooverman (91) and Alex Lucas (95) along with Academy at the Lakes'Michael Davidson (98) advanced individually.Saddlebrook wins,Wildcats third ADVANCING TO REGIONALS:1A-3 girls teams: Academy at the Lakes,Pasco,Wesley Chapel 1A-3 boys teams: Saddlebrook Prep,Wesley Chapel 2A-2 boys teams: Land O' Lakes,Wiregrass Ranch

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 17 SPORTS Class 5A District 5Plant 6-2 (2-0) Alonso 2-5 (1-1) Chamberlain 2-6 (1-1) Gaither 3-5 (0-2)Class 5A District 7Tampa Bay Tech 5-3 (2-0) Brandon 6-1 (1-1) Wharton 2-5 (1-1) Freedom 2-5 (0-2)Class 4A District 6Wiregrass Ranch 4-3 (3-0) Tarpon Springs 3-5 (2-1) Fivay 1-3 (1-1) River Ridge 2-5 (1-1) Ridgewood 1-6 (1-2) Hudson 0-7 (0-3)Class 3A District 7Pasco 7-0 (5-0) Sunlake 7-0 (5-0) Land O' Lakes 6-1 (4-1) Mitchell 5-3 (3-2) Gulf 5-3 (2-3) Wesley Chapel 3-5 (1-4) Anclote 1-6 (0-5) Zephyrhills 0-7 (0-5)Class 2A District 5Jesuit 7-0 (4-0) Robinson 6-1 (3-1) Middleton 3-4 (3-2) Strawberry Crest 4-3 (2-2) Steinbrenner 3-4 (2-2) Lennard 4-3 (1-3) St.Petersburg Catholic 1-7 (0-5)2010 HIGHSCHOOLFOOTBALLSTANDINGSBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comFor the first time a group of Pasco High seniors will leave school 4-0 against Land O' Lakes High after defeating their Class 3A, District 7 rival 20-14 Oct.22. The Pirates (7-0) forced four first half turnovers,two lost fumbles and two interceptions,to take a 14-0 lead at halftime.The Gators (6-1) scored 14 points in the fourth quarter,but the comeback came up short. "The difference is with us playing Gator football.We didn't do that in the beginning," said Land O'Lakes coach Matt Kitchie."We made mistakes offensively,but you know when you have four fumbles and lose two, shoot they should have been up 21 or 28 points." It was the first matchup between the two squads as unbeatens since 2007 and while the Gators turned things around in the second half,they appeared taken in by the magnitude early on. "I think we came out and got a little over hyped and didn't play Gator football," Kitchie said."It could have gone that way the rest of the second half,but some key things happened where we turned it around.But you know what,this is exciting. This was a great high school football game. Even though we lost it was a great high school football game." The Pirates recovered a fumble by senior tight end Jason Tello on the Gators first drive.Pasco capitalized on the first turnover, marching the ball 48 yards down the field capping the drive with a one-yard touchdown run by senior quarterback Jacob Guy. The Pirates signal caller finished 11 of 21 passing for 208 yards and two passing scores,one of 30 yards to senior wide receiver Mike Clower and another of 17 yards to junior wide receiver Trey Dudley-Giles. Jacob is in his first season under center for Pasco.The matchup with the Gators was a little different for the first-year starter. "I was a little nervous,"Jacob said."This was my first big game against really another stud quarterback in Stephen Weatherford. He's going to get first-team all conference because that's how good he is."Weatherford,who had been averaging 271 yards per game entering the contest,was held to 12 of 29 passing for 126 yards."We got as prepared as we possibly could,"Jacob said."I think our DBs went over so much that they knew what was coming on every play,which probably helped us and confused Weatherford a little bit because he's not used to people knowing what's coming. "(Weatherford) will get back to work and we might see him down the road hopefully," Jacob said of a potential rematch in the playoffs. Jacob's older brother Tyler,who was Freedom High's quarterback last year and is currently redshirting at the University of South Florida,was at the game to watch his younger sibling. "He's just so calm and cool out there," Tyler said of Jacob."He's so composed and he has been his whole life.They haven't really played a big team like this since he's been the starter and he came out here and played like he did the rest of the year." The Gators offense got on track on their 10th drive,which started with 37 seconds left in the third quarter.Land O'Lakes went 53 yards down the field ending with an 11yard touchdown pass to Will Irwin.Gators defensive end Jose Santana then made the big play that nearly turned the tide for Land O'Lakes. On first down of Pasco's next drive the Gators defense forced a fumble that Santana scooped up on the Pirates 12.Land O'Lakes scored two plays later on a four-yard touchdown run by senior running back Ryan Lane with 10:04 left in the game. The Gators got the ball back once more, but were forced to punt.The Pirates got two first downs,forcing Land O'Lakes to use its last timeout and then ran out the clock. Kitchie tipped his cap to Pasco coach Tom McHugh. "You've got to give it to coach McHugh," Kitchie continued."He had his kids coached up right and they did a great job." The win puts the Pirates in a tie for first place in the district with Sunlake High (7-0), which Pasco will face Nov.5 after another league game against Mitchell High (5-3) Oct. 29. "It's putting us in the driver seat,"DudleyGiles said of getting the district win against the Gators."It's a good test for us and we should be ready for Sunlake in a couple weeks and Mitchell next week."Pasco makes it four straight against Land O'Lakes In his first true matchup against Land O'Lakes, Pasco quarterback Jacob Guy threw two touchdowns and no interceptions. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com) Gators quarterback Stephen Weatherford was held to 126 passing yards against Pasco. Be Yourself. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 18 Mitchell at Pasco Zephyrhills at Gulf Anclote at Wesley Chapel Wiregrass Ranch at River Ridge Land O' Lakes at Sunlake Robinson at Steinbrenner Gaither at Armwood Freedom at LetoIt's Time for Friday Night Lights! week 9 gamesIt's Time for Friday Night Lights! Who can stump former LOL Gator, FSU & Tampa Bay Storm quarterback Drew Weatherford? ALANAlan's Picks: 29Wins 23losses 4134 Land O'Lakes Blvd Land O'Lakes, FL 34639 www.GolfCarsTampaBay.comThe best service & selection in town Ô07 EZGO $1500 Pasco Gulf Wesley Chapel River Ridge Land O' Lakes Steinbrenner Gaither Leto KEVIN3827 Land O'Lakes Blvd(Hwy 41)995-2533www.gulfcoasttractor.com HONDA GENERATOR$1049.00EU2000 Companion Kevin's Picks: 22Wins 30losses Pasco Zephyrhills Anclote Wiregrass Ranch Land O' Lakes Robinson Armwood Freedom HARRY3116 Land O' Lakes Blvd949-2025Harry's Picks: 38Wins 14losses Pasco Gulf W esley Chapel W i r egrass Ranch Land O' Lakes Robinson Ar mwood Fr eedom LARRYLarry's Picks: 27Wins 25losses Pasco Gulf W esley Chapel River Ridge Land O' Lakes Robinson Gaither Leto BRYANTBryant's Picks: 36Wins 16losses Restaurant & BarTues Sat 11am midnight • Sun 12pm 9pm 4805 LAND O' LAKES BLVD. 8 1 3 9 9 5 0 6 0 8 TRY OUR NEW LUNCH SPECIALS!BEAUTIFUL LAKEFRONT DINING COME FOR THE FOOD, STAY FOR THE FUN! Mitchell Gulf Wesley Chapel Wiregrass Ranch Land O' Lakes Steinbrenner Gaither Freedom ALEX 813.948.1615 WecksAmericanGrill.com18450 US Hwy 41 NorthLutz,FL 33549 Alex's Picks: 33Wins 19losses Pasco Gulf Anclote River Ridge Land O' lakes Robinson Gaither Fr eedom WILLWill' s Picks: 40Wins 12losses Florida House of Representatives 28963 State Road 54 Wesley Chapel, FL33543 (813) 558-5115 will.weatherford@myfloridahouse.gov WILL WEATHERFORD Representative, 61st District Pasco Gulf Wesley Chapel Wiregrass Ranch Land O' Lakes Robinson Armwood Freedom drew’s PicksPasco Gulf Wesley Chapel Wiregrass Ranch Land O' Lakes Robinson Armwood Freedom36Wins 16losses BOBBob's Picks: 29Wins 23losses LAND O'LAKES4107 Land O'Lakes Blvd.(US 41)(Just South of Bell Lake Rd.) Next to ABC Pizza(813) 996-2886Hours: M-F 7:30-6, Sat. 8-4 Appts. Available• mv# 79803 www.alltuneandlubelandolakes.com Home of the $14.99 Oil Change(most cars, plus tax and disposal) Mitchell Zephyrhills Anclote River Ridge Land O' Lakes Robinson Gaither Freedom KEVINKevin' s Picks: 34Wins 18losses Sales • Service • Installation813-782-5013 4441 Allen Rd. Zephyrhills, FL 352-567-7678 15229 US Hwy 301 Dade City Pasco Gulf Wesley Chapel Wiregrass Ranch Sunlake Robinson Armwood Freedom BENBen' s Picks: 33Wins 19losses 813.909.9694 21529 Village Lakes Shopping Center Land O' Lakes, FL 34639 (1/4 mile east of Hwy 41 on SR 54) www.benedettoitaliano.com STEAKS / SEAFOOD / PASTA$10 Off*with ad *restrictions apply Pasco Gulf Wesley Chapel River Ridge Sunlake Steinbrenner Armwood Leto 34Wins 18losses NICKNick's Picks: 213 Crystal Grove Blvd Lutz, FL33548-6452813.949.8411 www.brittendental.com Pasco Gulf Wesley Chapel Wiregrass Ranch Sunlake Robinson Armwood Freedom

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Actual Photo of PropertyMurphy NC All Properties will be sold Sat. Nov. 6th at 10 AM Satur day November 6th Only! $19,900 2.11 acre Mtn. Property With Mountain Spring Basement Site PreparedUnderground Power & Water 5 Acre Sub-dividable Out-parcel adjoining the National Forest with Mtn. Creek $49,900 1-877-717-LAND (ext. 91) 5263 * Boat slips are on one year lease and are available at Norris Lakes newest priv ately owned on-site public marina with ”oating restaurant.Murphy NC Mtns. Hiwassee LakeViews CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 19 GAMES AND PUZZLES Name:_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________City: __________________________________Zip:__________________The Laker / Lutz News Mail in Your Game Page. Win Cobb Theatre Tickets.Complete this games page, fill out this form, and send the whole page to us for your chance to win 2 FREEmovie tickets.Mail to: Games Page, Community News Publications, 1930 Land O' Lakes Blvd, Suite 14 Lutz, FL 33549Entries must be received by the Monday following publication dateLAST WEEK'S WINNERANG LEE ASHLEY OLSEN BEN STILLER CHEVY CHASE CHOW YUN-FAT CLIVE OWEN DANNY AIELLO DON JOHNSON DORIS DAY EVA GREEN JAY MOHR JET LI JOAN CUSACK JUDE LAW JUDI DENCH LAURA DERN LISA KUDROW LUCY LIU MADONNA MAE WEST MEG RYAN ROB LOWE TEA LEONI THE ROCK TINA FEY ALEXIS TALAVERA OF WESLEY CHAPEL Now offering HEARING and AUDIOLOGIC services at 2 Locations!Wesley Chapel Office 2311 Cypress Cove, Suite 101 Wesley Chapel, FL33544 Zephyrhills Office 38039 Arbor Ridge Drive Zephyrhills, FL33540 Phone 813.929.6673 www.WesleyChapelENT.com Improve your quality of life and schedule your appointment today!Alaina D.Banes,Au.D.Clinical AudiologistDr. Banes specializes in hearing aid selection, fitting, and repairs, and diagnostic hearing and dizzy evaluations. 0% FINANCING OPTIONS AVAILABLE Mobile Detailing $35.00Wash and Wax$55.00 VALUE Basic Wash • Wash & Wax • Full Detail • Home Pressure Washing Also Available Keep your car looking great.Call Curtis for Appointment 813.447.4112 Florida Home Auctions Nov 1st 20th800.801.8003 williams auction .com real estate auctions Many Available for Online BiddingNominal Opening Bids from $1,000 For details, see FL RE LIC BK3223097 DANIEL NELSON BROKER; AUC LIC AU3928 TONY LANGDON AUCTIONEER. BUYERS PREMIUM MAY APPLY. 3936 Palmarito St, Coral Gables

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 20 Births at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills--Becker, Layla Rain; born Oct.15 to Robbie and Tory Becker of Tampa --Corlee, Gracie Lynn; born Oct.14 to Shawn Corlee and Lesley Turner of Zephyrhills --Coss, Rachel Erin; born Oct.13 to Stephen and Karen Coss of Zephyrhills --Davis, Diezel Trenten Lee; born Oct. 16 to Trenten Davis and Melissa Dees of Lacoochee --Evans, Elijah Kavion; born Oct.20 to Erica Evans of Dade City --Gonzalez, Kimberly Mariela; born Oct.20 to Alejandro and Sandra Gonzalez of Dade City --Harris, Qui'Mari Andrea; born Oct. 11 to Marque Harris and Shalonda Clemmons of Lacoochee --Lee, Ryan Arthur Jeremy; born Oct. 13 to Jeremy Lee and Ashlee Brasch of Dade City --Peterson, Makayla Frances-Amaru; born Oct.13 to Kurt and Robin Peterson of Wesley Chapel --Rodriguez, Hailey Molina; born Oct. 14 to Lee and Amanda Rodriguez of Dade CityBirths at Pasco Regional Medical Center--Johnson, Zion Kingston;born Sept.9 to Marvin and Lacey Johnson of Zephyrhills --Larry, Da'sean Keyon; born Sept.28 to Marcus Larry and Jaqurita Ballard of Dade City --Leonard, Addison Patricia; born Sept. 9 to Francis Leonard and Desiree Kichler of Zephyrhills --Linder, Serena Eve; born Sept.21 to Andrew Linder and Danielle Jones of Richland --Mendez Lopez, Elliott Michael; born Sept.9 to Yolanda Mendez of Dade City --Mofford, Cole Allen; born Aug.26 to Steven and Cassandra Mofford of Dade City --Peat, Mason Alexander; born Aug.24 to David and Hailey Peat of Zephyrhills --Speegle, Mallorie Denise; born Aug.20 to Tim Speegle and Karen Wentworth of Zephyrhills --Temple, Cierra Sky; born Sept.2 to Jeffrey and Heather Temple of Dade City --Zimmer, Samuel Beau; born Sept.9 to Caitlin Zimmer of Wesley Chapel the stork reportSend us your birth announcementsSend your birth announcements to:E-mail:news@cnewspubs.com or mail to Community News Publications,PO Box 271880,Tampa,FL 33688-1880.Fax:(813) 909-2802. BUSINESS Lennar construction and presalesLennar has started construction of the Grande Chatham model home in the estate section at Live Oak Preserve,a new gated community located off Bruce B.Downs Boulevard in New Tampa. Mark Metheny,president of Lennar's Central Florida Division,said the twostory model home offers four bedrooms, four full baths,a den,formal dining room and a bonus room in 3,890 square feet of living space with a three-car garage, priced from the low $300,000s.Live Oak Preserve boasts 1,300 pristine acres of oversized home sites adjacent to more than 360 acres of wildlife preserves and conservation areas.The community is convenient to parks,restaurants,shopping and major highways.For information,visit www.lennar.com. Construction and presales have also started at The Hammocks,a new town home community just east of Grand Hampton off E.County Line Road and Bruce B.Downs in New Tampa.Two different designs are now available.Starting prices are $125,990 for the Glenmoor and $133,990 for the Hampton.The Hammocks features a swimming pool and cabana.Ponds and conservation areas are located throughout the community.For information,contact Francine Miller at (727) 479-1747.Christmas cards for Florida CrackersFlorida author,Patrick D.Smith,introduced the second release of the new line of "Florida Cracker"Christmas cards.The latest limited-edition card releases is titled "Promised"and is taken directly from the pages of Smith's award winning and treasured book,A Land Remembered. "For the past several years,our customers have asked us for Cracker-themed Christmas cards,"said Smith's son,Rick. The theme on this year's card is the Christmas frolic at Fort Drum as portrayed in A Land Remembered.The message inside the card is "Hoping your holidays are filled with fun and frolic." The limited-edition cards are only available online and at a few select gift shops throughout Florida.For information and prices,visit us online at PatrickSmithOnline.com/ChristmasCard.Audiology contest announcedAdvanced Audiology is awarding a pair of digital hearing instruments valued at $4,000 to one deserving person in the community just in time for the holidays through their annual "Gift of Hearing"program. "This is our way of giving back,and a great opportunity to significantly change the life of someone struggling with hearing loss,"says Dr.Jody Pianin. To participate in the Gift of Hearing program,submit an essay of 400 words or less,describing why you or someone you know would benefit from receiving a pair of hearing devices.A panel of judges will choose the winner based on the hearing need,financial need,opportunity to impact the recipient's life and the opportunity to impact the lives of people with whom they interact. The entries will be accepted through Dec.15 and should include a name and phone number to contact if chosen.Nominees will be given a free hearing screening to determine their hearing need,or may submit results from a recent hearing test.The winner will be notified by Dec.20. Please submit essays via e-mail to info@advanced-audiology.com,fax to (813) 973-8477,or mail to Advanced Audiology of New Tampa,LLC,27511 Cashford Circle,Suite 101,Wesley Chapel,FL 33544.For more information,call Advanced Audiology at (813) 973-8400. 1-888-206-0054 or go to www. FloridaCancerInstitute-NewHope.comCall today for an immediate appointment and treatment plan. Youdeservethe latest treatment optionsIn a community settingƒclose to home. Our patients receive the bene “ t of the most advanced cancer treatments and technologies.At Florida Cancer Institute … New Hope, we participate in clinical trials directly through pharmaceutical companies and our a liation with one of the nations cancer health care networks, US Oncology. If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with cancer we believe that you deserve an immediate consultation from our team of specialists, with treatment beginning in a timely manner. BROOKSVILLE € HUDSON € INVERNESS € NEW PORT RICHEY € SPRING HILL € THE VILLAGES € ZEPHYRHILLS Our physicians and sta have the background, training and experience needed to bring patients in our community the latest in cancer treatment PROMPT SAME DELIVERY OR NEXT DAY DELIVERY • FLAT-RATE PRICING • NO HIDDEN COSTS RECYCLING PROGRAMSConcrete, Wood, Paper & Tires Land O' Lakes Lutz Odessa, Keystone Volunteer Fire Dept. Hale Rd.(Behind Circle K on US 41) Community Center US 41 Across From LOL Post Office Recycling Center5710 Land O' Lakes Blvd.Sunshine Youth Academy 21808 SR 54 First United Methodist Church6209 Land O' Lakes Blvd.Keystone United Methodist Church 16301 Racetrac Rd. Keystone Presbyterian 7509 Van Dyke Rd. All Saints Lutheran 5315 Van Dyke Rd. Faith Lutheran Church 2703 N.Florida Ave.USF,Sycamore Dr.New Tampa Family YMCA16221 Compton Dr.Carrollwood Temple Terrace Tims Presbyterian Sunset Rd.E.of 41 Lutz Women's Club Lutz Lake Fern Rd.(behind fire station)NEWSPAPERRECYCLING DROP-OFF SITES CLOSE TO YOU! R E D U C E R E U S E R E C Y C L E • State-of-the-art Shredding Machine • On-site or bring to us • Customized plans for a daily, weekly, or monthly schedule ROLL OFF CONTAINERS RECYCLINGFAST FACT • Homeowners • Businesses • Commercial Renovations • Roof Tear-Offs • 20,30,40,Yard Sizes Keep your business YOUR BUSINESS!SECURE DOCUMENTSHREDDINGEach year, Americans throw away 25 trillion styrofoam cups 813-996-55305710 Land O'Lakes Blvd.

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Chancey Road Christian Church SATURDAY NOV.611 a.m.-4 p.m.DOWNTOWN,ZEPHYRHILLS 5TH AVENUE BUSINESS EXPOReserve your space today by calling (352) 206-0257 FREEADMISSION APPEARING JOIN US FOR THIS SPECIAL EVENT AS CHURCHES, BUSINESSES & COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS REACH OUT TO THE ZEPHYRHILLS COMMUNITY CELEBRATING OUR CHRISTIAN FAITH.Proceeds from this event support the Samaritan Project of Zephyrhills ADDITIONAL A CTIVITIES For more information,please call (352) 206-0257 or (813) 788-4881 ALSO FEATURING: Jeff Shadowen & the Simple Faith Trio • Dean Johnson • ZHS Band 3RD ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT Friday Nov.5th Silverado Golf & Country Club 11:30 a.m.Lunch 1:00 p.m.Shotgun Start $400 per team includes 4 players MAYOR'S PRAYER BREAKFAST Friday Nov.5th,7:30 a.m. at the YMCA 37301 Chapel Hill Loop, ZephyrhillsGuest speaker Drew WeatherfordAll you can eat breakfast from Golden Corral $6.00 Tickets available at the door or in advance at the YMCA Southern Joy Drew Weatherford Mayor Cliff McDuffie For more information call (813) 780-9622 • Live Entertainment • Business Expo • Games • Hayrides • Dunk tank • Paintball • Rock climbing • Inflatable games and rides • Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Health Fair BP,Glucose and Body Mass Screenings(Some activities may require ticket purchase)Presented by:CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 21 In business from New Jersey to Florida for over 12 years. Community driven and always willing to go the extra mile. WEDDINGS • PORTRAITS • CORPORATE EVENTS GRADUATION PHOTOS • BAND/RECORD LABELS COMMERCIAL PHOTOS • HOLIDAY PHOTOS • & MORE 25% Off Holiday Photoswith this ad Guaranteed Lowest Prices • Same Owner Warranty • Personalized Designs • Quality Craftsmanship• Closets • Home Offices • Computer Stations • Media Centers • Garages • Pantries • Laundry Rooms • Libraries • And More... 813-948-8986 • www.TheClosetDepot.net Locally Owned & Operated since 2001 FREE DESIGN CONSULTATIONSGet Organized for Less20% OFF*ENTIRE ORDERPLUS FREE BELT RACK, TIE RACK & VALET ROD W/EACH CLOSETMinimum purchase required. Offer good through 10/31/2010.*Cash or check only. 17% for credit cards.

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The Laker / Lutz NewsClassifieds813-909-2800 Notice is hereby given that the Southwest Florida Water Management District has received a renewal application for a water use permit to withdraw water from wells and/or surface waters from WRB Enterprises, Inc. at PO Box 981, Dade City, FL 33526Application Number: 20008737.008. Application received: 6/25/2010 Predominant Use type(s): Agricultural Total requested withdrawal average daily gallons per day: 838,400 gpd (reduction) Peak month average day: 1,586,600 gpd (reduction) Maximum daily gallons per day: 2,160,000 gpd for freeze protection (same) From: 7 wells Location: Sections 8,9,16,17,20,21,22,28,29 of Township 25 East Range 22 South County: Pasco County The application is available for public inspection Monday through Friday at the Brooksville Regulation Department, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL34604-6899. Interested persons may inspect a copy of the application and submit written comments concerning the application. 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Min. toYield MMA/Savings account Phoneearn int.(APY) 5-year CDU.S. RATESThese were the highest yields available among U.S. banks surveyed by Bankrate.com® as of Tuesday: For people who pay off balances 1-year CD AnnualAnnualGrace For people who carry balances % ratefeeperiodSallie Mae877-346-2756 0 1.40 Discover Bank888-204-8984 500 1.35 EverBank866-604-7132 1500 1.26 Colorado Federal Svgs Bank877-484-2372 2500 1.25 Ally Bank877-247-ALLY 0 1.24 Sallie Mae877-346-2756 0 1.40 giantbank.com877-446-4200 2500 1.40 Aurora Bank, FSB888-522-9295 1000 1.35 Discover Bank888-204-8970 2500 1.35 Colorado Federal Svgs Bank877-484-2372 5000 1.35 Sallie Mae877-346-2756 0 2.75 Discover Bank888-204-8970 2500 2.75 FirstInternetBankofIndiana 888-873-3424 1000 2.65 USAA800-583-8295 1000 2.60 Colorado Federal Svgs Bank877-484-2372 5000 2.50Amalgamated Bank of Chicago800-723-03037.50 V3725B Citizens Trust Bank404-659-59599.25 V025B Abington Bank 215-887-466610.24 V025B First Command Bank888-763-760010.25 F025B Citizens Trust Bank404-659-59599.25 V025B Abington Bank 215-887-466610.24 V025B First Command Bank888-763-760010.25 F025B iBERIABANK fsb800-217-771510.25 V025B$ $6 Mo CD 0.32%$1.60 1 Yr CD 0.53%$5.31 5 Yr CD 1.60%$83.29$1,000 Deposit DeposittermAveragerateInterestearned$100,000 Deposit1 Mo Jumbo CD 0.21%$17.50 3 Mo Jumbo CD 0.24%$60.02 6 Mo Jumbo CD 0.35%$175.15 1-year CD New car loansNationalLocal average:average:Credit Card %%%%% 0.54 0.41 6.61 5.37 16.25NationalLocal average:average:$National average: 1-Year CD National Trend 5-Year CD National Trend SunTrust Bank800-786-8787 7.64 Bank of America800-432-1000 2.99 SunTrust Bank800-786-8787 3.99 Wachovia Bank, NA800-922-4684 9.12 Bank of America800-432-1000 3.49 SunTrust Bank800-786-8787 4.59 Wachovia Bank, NA800-922-4684 10.74Visit www.bankrate.com for more HEL rates Legend: The rate and annual percentage rate (APR) are effective as of 10/21/10. © 2010 Bankrate, Inc. http://www.bankrate.com. The APR may increase after consummation and may vary. Payments do not include amounts for taxes and insurance. The fees set forth for each advertisement above may be charged to open the plan (A) Mortgage Banker, (B) Mortgage Broker, (C) Bank, (D) S & L, (E) Credit Union, (BA) indicates Licensed Mortgage Banker, NYS Banking Dept., (BR) indicates Registered Mortgage Bro ker, NYS Banking Dept., (loans arranged through third parties). Call for RatesŽ means actual rates were not available at press time. All rates are quoted on a minimum FICO score of 70 0. Conventional loans are based on loan amounts of $165,000. Jumbo loans are based on loan amounts of $435,000. Points quoted include discount and/or origination. Lock Days: 30-60. Annual percen tage rates (APRs) are based on fully indexed rates for adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs). The APR on your specific loan may differ from the sample used. Fees reflect charges relative to the APR. If your down payment is less than 20% of the homes value, you will be subject to private mortgage insurance, or PMI. Bankrate, Inc. does not guarantee the accuracy of the information appear ing above or the availability of rates and fees in this table. All rates, fees and other information are subject to change without notice. Bankrate, Inc. does not own any financial institutions. Some o r all of the companies appearing in this table pay a fee to appear in this table. If you are seeking a mortgage in excess of $417,000, recent legislation may enable lenders in certain locations to provide rates that are different from those shown in the table above. Sample Repayment Terms … ex. 360 monthly payments of $5.29 per $1,000 borrowed ex. 180 monthly payments of $7.56 per $1, 000 borrowed. We recommend that you contact your lender directly to determine what rates may be available to you. To appear in this table, call 800-509-4636. To report any inaccuracies, call 888-509-4636.€ www.bankrate.com CD&DepositGuide RATES&INFORMATIONAVAILABEONLINEATwww.bankrate.com LENDERS,TOAPPEARINTHISADCALLBANKRATE.COM@800-509-4636 Note: Rates effective as of 10/21/10 and may change without notice. Rates may change after the account is opened. N/A means rat es are not available or not offered at press time. Yields represent annual percentage yield (APY) paid by participating institutions. Fees may reduce the earnings on the account. A pena lty may be imposed for early withdrawal. Payout of interest is mandatory for certain non-compounding accounts Banks, thrifts, brokers and credit unions pay to advertise in the CD & Deposit Guide which is compiled by Bankrate.com®, a publication of Bankrate, Inc. © 2010 To appear in this table, call 888-768-4243. To report any inaccuracies, call 888-509-4636. € www.bankrate.com Int ChkingMoney3 mo6 mo12 mo18 mo24 mo36 mo60 mo AcctMkt AcctCDCDCDCDCDCDCD Institution/PhoneAddress/InternetMinMinMinMinMinMinMinMinMinRATES & INFORMATION AVAILABLE 24/7 ON THE INTERNET @ www.bankrate.com INSTITUTIONS, TO HAVE YOUR INFORMATION APPEAR IN THIS AD CALL 888-768-4243Bank of America Call for Locations0.050.150.030.050.20NA0.400.750.95 800-432-1000 www.bankofamerica.com100251,0001,0001,000NA1,0001,0001,000Specials:Callforspecialrates.Regions Bank 0.010.050.050.050.15NA0.450.650.99 800-267-6884 www.regions.com50100500500500NA500500500Specials:Callforspecialrates.SunTrust Bank 0.05NA0.100.150.30NA0.700.901.25 800-786-8787 100NA2,0002,0002,000NA2,0002,0002,000Specials:Callforspecialrates.Wachovia Bank, N.A. 0.050.020.010.100.15NA0.400.851.06 800-922-4684 www.wachovia.com1001001,0001,0001,000NA1,0001,0001,000Specials:Callforspecialrates. ProgramRatePointsFees% DownAPRProgramRatePointsFees% DownAPR MortgageGuide om GATEWAYCAPITALMORTGAGE, INC.888-595-7339 http://www.mygatewaycapital.com30 yr fixed4.0000.000$9955%4.050 30 yr fixed3.7501.000$9955%3.882 30 yr FHA4.2500.000$9954%4.3015/1 ARM Jumbo Conforming3.6000.000$99520%3.042Ask about our Jumbo Products(B) 23520 SR 54, Suite 101, Lutz, FL 33559MBB0704834 HEIDELBERGCAPITALCORP813-926-2240 http://www.heidelbergcapital.com30 yr fixed3.7501.000$47520%3.856 30 yr fixed3.8750.000$47520%3.899 15 yr fixed3.5000.000$47520%3.542 5/1 ARM2.7500.000$47520%3.113No processing/application fees. No closing cost loans available.(C) 17513 Canal Shores Dr., Odessa, FL 33556MBB 0705842 QUICKQUOTEMORTGAGE866-584-4650 http://www.quickquotemortgage.net30 yr fixed3.8750.000$29520%3.890 15 yr fixed3.5000.000$29520%3.526 10 yr fixed3.7500.000$54520%3.820 5/1 ARM2.8750.000$29520%2.813ZERO POINTS FREE FLOAT DOWN NO ORIGINATION Se Habla Espanol(B) FL AMERIFINANCIAL813-990-8916 www.AmerifinancialMtg.com30 yr fixedCall for Rates 15 yr fixedCall for Rates 30 yr FHACall for Rates 30 yr FHA refiCall for Rates100% Loan in Select Areas, Please call Joe (813) 990-8916 ext 101(B), HOMES FOR SALEDUPREE 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 909-0712SHORT SALE IN SPRING HILL.Great inexpensive 2/2/1 home w/ a sun roomand new a/c & ceramic tile in living room. Wonderful for starter or retirement, walking distance to shopping. Easy to show and sell.$59,900 Call Angie Rivera 813-995-0101ONE OWNER3/2 withsolid hard wood floors in living, dining and bedrooms!The family room has real wood paneling.The lush, mature landscaping makes this yard feel like a park!$120,000to buythis home in Lutz, if you hurry!The lot next door isvacant and available if you want more yard!Call Faith Garcia today to make an appointment 813-503-6610 RUSSELL ADAMS REALTY, INC. 813-949-3600!2/2/2 IN THE GROVESboasts a library, fitness center, craft room pool and Jacuzzi, lighted tennis courts, and of course 18-hole golf course $139,000. Call Carol Winship 813-469-1554LAKE ACCESS, 3/2 Lutz homeon oversizedlot for $120,000!The lot is 111 by 84 feet and the lot next door is for sale if you need more yard!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. 813503-6610 RUSSELL ADAMS REALTY, INC. 813-949-3600!3 PLUS ACRES-on 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 planhome 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 CALL 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.$255,000 ASBEL ESTATES Ð5 bed, 4 bath, 3,400 sq ft home. Call Steve Johnston 431-3525$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 MOTIVATEDRelocating 2005 Home on 1/2 acre in Land O Lakes Home features covered deck, shed, and carport. Not a short sale. Call Clint Giesler 813-326-1936Lake Padgett Estates Ð 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 ACRES -old 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 813-503-6610 RENTAL 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 727-631-20681 BR APT off LivingstonAve just inside Pasco county. For rent$700 per month. Ask for Helen Grantham. 813-767-48998 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 $540,000off 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 CORNER-Great 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 Resource" 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 26 Catheter Usersalong with information on how to order supplies delivered discretely& efficiently to your door! CALL NOW:1-877-855-6655 Diabetic supplies & Much More at your Door! Medicare and most privateinsurances will now pay for up to 200 disposable catheters each month.Get yourFREEsample€ No more cleaning and reusing€ No more UTIs 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? 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Mon-Fri 8:30am-7pm Saturday 8:30am5pm Habla Espa–ol SERVICE Mon-Fri 7:00am6pm Saturday 7:30am2pm Closed Sunday352-567-671138300 Dick Jarrett WayJust off us Hwy 98 By-Pass Dade CityFULL SERVICE COLLISION CENTER All insurance accepted • Free Estimates • 24 Hour TowingAfter Hours Call 352-458-1546SALESSHOP ONLINE 24/7 AT WWW.BUYOURFORD.COM 352-567-9040 2010 Chevrolet Impala LT4-Speed Automatic #8712$14,995 2010 Lincoln MKZ 3086603.5L V6, 6 Speed Auto #P8739$25,995 2010 Lincoln MKS3.7L V6, 6-Speed Automatic #A8725$32,995 2010 MercuryGrand Marquis LS5 TO CHOOSE FROM! #A8722$21,995 2007 Crysler Town & Country TouringV6, 4 Speed Auto #10673A$12,995 2009 Ford Escape XLT6-Speed Automatic #1P8688$18,995 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT4.0L V6, 5 Speed Auto #P8735$21,995 2010 Ford Taurus SEL3.5L V6, 6-Speed Automatic #A8724$25,995 Ford or Lincoln Mercury Dealer-installed retail tire purchases only, limit one redemption per customer. May not be combined wi th any other offer. Purchase tires between 10/1/10 and 11/30/10. Rebate form must be postmarked by 12/31/10. See Service Advisor for rebate form, vehicle applications and rebate deta ils. Offer valid with coupon. Expires: 11/30/10 .THE PLACE FOR TIRESBUY 4 TIRES , GET A $60 REBATE BUY 2 TIRES , GET A $25 REBATE All sales prices plus tax, title, tag and $499 dealer fee. CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 27

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS October 27,2010 28 813-907-7800www.heritageford.biz28739 SR 54 West / Wesley ChapelHERITAGE FORD WESLEY CHAPEL'S CLEANEST PRE-OWNED VEHICLES P A R T S S & & S E R V I C E : O p e n n M o n d a y F r i d a y y 7 : 3 0 a m 6 : 0 0 p m m a n d d S a t u r d a y y f r o m m 7 : 3 0 a m 3 : 3 0 p m S A L E S S D E P A R T M E N T :O p e n n M o n d a y F r i d a y y 8 : 3 0 a m 9 : 0 0 p m , , S a t u r d a y y 8 : 3 0 a m 7 : 0 0 p m m a n d d S u n d a y y N o o n 6 : 0 0 p m facebook.com (search HeritageFordofWesleyChapel) • youtube.com/user/HeritageFord • twitter.com/heritageford1Attention business owners Heritage Ford unlimited mileage lease call Al Brooks, Fleet Mgr. 813-907-7800Supercab 145" XLT 8 Cyl $11,495#10T94351B2004 FORD F-1503dr Coupe GS, Sportronic, Auto$9,477#P2827 2006 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE 4dr wagon SEL FWD V6$12,975#P28412008 FORD TAURUS 2dr Hatchback, 4 Cyl$9,888#10F55916A 2008 TOYOTA YARIS4 Dr 114" WV, V6, Auto$9,995#10T01424A2005 FORD EXPLORER 4 Door, Auto, 4 Cyl$8,304# P2814 2008 FORD FOCUS4dr 126" WB XLT V6$10,500#11S29059AA2004 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC 4dr 4WD Limited, 8 Cyl$9,377#28172004 DODGE DURANGO2 Dr Reg Cab$9,975#10T07425B 2004 DODGE RAM 1500 4 Dr, HB SXT FWD$9,975#P28362007 DODGE CALIBUR Ext Cab 123" WB LS$4,477# 10V35056A 1999 CHEVY S-104dr Sedan, 4.7L 8 Cyl$8,977#P28222006 DODGE DURANGO 2dr Supercab XLT, V6$7,495# P2804C 2003 FORD RANGER TIME IS RUNNING OUT ON THESE GREAT DEALS. 0%NEW 2010 FORD EDGE SEAPRfinancing60mos*for OR $259per month/ 24month lease*$3,359 due at signing. Security deposit waived. Excludes taxes, title and license fees. 0% NEW 2010 FORD FOCUS SE COUPE AUTOMATICAPRfinancing60mos*for OR $159per month/ 24month lease*$2,571 due at signing. Security deposit waived. Excludes taxes, title and license fees. *Excludes Raptor. Total Factory Saving includes $2,500 customer cash, $2,000 SYNC/Chrome/Tow package savings, $1,000 XLTbonus cash, $1,000 Promotional Retail Cash, $1,500 Ford Credit Red Carpet Lease Turn-in and $1,000 Ford Credit Bonus Cash, which requires Ford Credit limited-terms financing. Not all buyers will qualify. Not all buyers will qualify for low-mileage Ford Credit Red Carpet Lease. Payments may vary; dealers determine prices. Not all buyers will qualify for Ford Credit financing, 60 months at $16.67 per month per $1,000 financed regardless of down payment. Residency restrictions apply. Take new retail delivery from dealer by 10/31/10. See dealer for qualifications and complete details. plus$1,000 Trade-In Cash for0%APRfinancing60mos*2010 FORD F-150 XLTSUPERCAB & SUPERCREWWITH SYNC*, CHROME & TOW$9,000TOTAL FACTORY SAVINGS*UP TO OFF MSRP OR 2010 FORD F-150plus$1,000 Trade-In Cash


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