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The Pigz in Z'Hills BBQ & Blues Fest
Shelby Sydnor's 1960 Chevy Impala convertible was on display at The Pigz in Z'Hills BBQ & Blues Fest
on Oct. 30 at Charles Krusen Memorial Field in Zephyrhills. More photos by Chris Drews, page 2.



'Cats and Dogs and Bombers hit the big time


Two area Special Olympics
softball teams reach states

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Pasco County will be well represented at the
Special Olympics state softball tournament Nov. 5-7
at Disney's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
Two county teams earned spots in the event,
the 'Cats and Dogs with players ages 22 and
younger and the Eastside Bombers for players 23
and older.
"It's good to make states," said Brian Starnes,
'Cats and Dogs shortstop."We got there last year,
but came in fourth (place).We are good enough to
win it this year with the players we have and our
coaches are the best."
Players on the teams are from Land O' Lakes,
Wesley Chapel, Zephyrhills, Dade City and the rest
of east Pasco.
Belinda Brown coaches the 'Cats and Dogs and
teaches adaptive physical education at Moore-
Mickens Education Center in Dade City. She has
been involved in Special Olympics for 28 years.
"Most of the athletes that are on these two
teams I have known since they were young chil-
dren and feel like they are my children," Brown
said."I have made Special Olympics my life's work
because I see how important it is to these athletes.
They love to compete and their main goal is to get


Shortstop Brian Starnes is one of the 'Cats and Dogs
He is seen diving for a ball in practice. (Photos by Kyl(


to the state games.
'Cats and Dogs
players attend ei-
ther Zephyrhills
High or Moore-
Mickens.The name
is a combination of
the schools' mas-
cots, the Bulldogs
and the Wildcats.
"State games are
great, exhausting,
busy and fun,"
Brown said. "They
get to stay at a
Disney hotel for
two nights, go to a
dance, have a pizza -
party and have an - -
opportunity to win
a gold medal. It is
what they work so
hard for."
Alex Williams, The 6-foot-3 Ross Cleveland
'Cats and Dogs out- plays first base for the
fielder and Dade Eastside Bombers.
City resident, said
he is looking forward to playing at DisneyWorld.
He said he has been there a couple of times and he
will enjoy playing there with all of his friends on
the team.
Judy Brunner, who is a traditional physical edu-
cation teacher at Woodland
Elementary in Zephyrhills, coaches
the Bombers. She has been in-
volved in the Special Olympics for
25 years,is the program's Pasco co-
chairwoman and has coached
softball for about five years.
"To me softball is the most diffi-
cult team sport for these athletes
to learn," Brunner said."They have
to catch a small ball, throw to the
right base and hit, which is hard
- for anyone to do.They get it for the
- most part, but sometimes things
best players. like knowing if it's a tag-out or a
e LoJacono) See OLYMPICS, page 14


Quilt show features hundreds of squares


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

Quilt lovers who want to add to their collec-
tions will have plenty of choices at a quilt auction
Nov. 6 at the "As Our Garden Grows 2010 Quilt
Show."
The show, presented by the Cypress Creek
Quilters' Guild, is slated from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. at
the University of South Florida's Botanical Gardens,
at Pine and Alumni drives at the southwest corner
of the USF Tampa campus.


The auction will feature more than 90 quilts. In
addition to quilts being sold, about 200 quilts will
be on display in the show.The event also features a
boutique and items for sale by vendors.
Bidding for most of the quilts will begin at $20,
with all of the proceeds from the auction benefit-
ting USF's Hope House for Eating Disorders.
An event rain date has been set for Sunday, Nov
7.
Many quilts in the show have interesting names,
such as"Every One Loves a Sharp Dressed Man," by
See QUILTS, page 14


Pasco should have wider

SR 54 sooner than expected


Project already

half finished

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.comrn

The thousands of people who
make the daily trip through the proj-
ect zone to widen SR 54 will likely
see an end to the construction soon-
er than anticipated.
The job is making the highway
six lanes from 1-75 to Curley Road in
Wesley Chapel, a stretch of about 3.2
miles.The project was scheduled to
take 21 months from when it started
March 29, but is on pace to take a lit-
tle more than half that long.
"Right now we're 50 percent fin-
ished in 28 percent of the time," said
Robert Shepherd, Pasco chief project
manager."Really, I think we're further
along than that because most of the
utility work is far along."
Both Withlacoochee River
Electric and TECO have moved their
unities, while Bright House and
Verizon lines are at least 90 percent.


Budget concerns


fire rescue staff

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Four Pasco County fire engines
are now staffed with only two fire-
fighters, down from the old standard
of three.
"In Pasco, we normally have three
on all engines and were building to-
ward four before the financial crisis
hit," said county fire chief Duncan
Hitchcock, a 33-year veteran in his
third year as chief.
One of the affected engines is at
station No. 32, at 38223 Centennial
Road off US 301 in east Pasco. It
serves mainly Zephyrhills and Dade
City. Two of the engines serve vari-
ous parts of the county as needed.
The fourth is in New Port Richey.
Property taxes for fire rescue
service increased by 23 cents per
$1,000 of taxable value, but that
was not enough to prevent the re-
duced staffing.
Pasco commission chairwoman


Road construction
meeting Nov. 4
Pasco County government will
have its quarterly road project
meeting from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Nov.
4 at Atonement Lutheran Church
of Wesley Chapel, 29617 SR 54.
There will be people available to
answer questions about all
current and some future road
projects in east and central Pasco.


Pasco-operated waterlines are 80 per-
cent moved, which is as much as can
be completed until the traffic pattern
shifts in December.
"Pepper Contracting (Services
Inc.) has been able to work around
the utility work, so they've gotten
more done in less time," said James
Widman, Pasco chief engineer.
Pasco commission chairwoman
Pat Mulieri said Pepper deserves a lot
of credit for the fast pace.
"They've put their full workforce
into the job," Mulieri said."That has
been the real key. Not all companies
See SR 54, page 14


Pat Mulieri said there
cutN were few public concerns
about the increase in
taxes to pay for fire rescue
services, which is likely
because of how important
it is to people like Land 0'
Lakes resident Connie Whiteside.
"What's more important than pro-
tecting your house from a fire?"
Whiteside said."I'd have been fine if
they raised (taxes) more to bring in
more firefighters."
Kenneth Browning, who lives in
Meadow Pointe, has similar feelings
and also fears for the firefighters:"If
I'm at work and something starts a
fire I want to know the fire stations
can put it out.And what if something
happens to one or both of the fire-
fighters? I figure the more people the
more safe it is for them."
Of the nearly 2,000 people sur-
veyed in Pasco this year, 65 percent
said fire rescue is their top priority in
maintaining the current standard of
service. Mulieri said that shows how
important fire rescue is to county
residents, which is why the commis-
sion decided to increase taxes for it.
The increase in taxes helped add
14 new personnel who recently
See RESCUE, page 14


All Hillsborough Fire Rescue engines have at least three personnel on
board. (Photo courtesy of Hillsborough Fire Rescue)








The Pigz in Z'Hills BBQ & Blues Fest
The Pigz in Z'Hills BBQ & Blues Fest was Oct. 30 at Charles Krusen Memorial Field in
Zephyrhills.The Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce put on the event. (Photos by Chris Drews)


David and Scott Tuttle, who own the Zephyrhills Golden Corral, were serving up food all
day. David also brought out his 1967 Chevy big block Chevelle.


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Wootton, Tim Mayberry and Zephyrhills City Councilman Manny Funes. "We didn't win any-
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manager; and Mike Speigl, general manager of Wesley Chapel Honda; present a check for
$35,000 to Shaina Sine, associate director of annual giving for Moffitt Cancer Center.
(Photo by Gary Hatrick)


Car sales help cancer research


By Gary Hatrick
Special to The Laker

Buying a car at Wesley Chapel Toyota or
Wesley Chapel Honda will also help the cause
of finding a cure for breast cancer as a result
of a community initiative begun by the Toyota
dealership.
Proof was offered in dollars Oct. 27 asWC
Honda Managing Partner David Williams pre-
sented Moffitt Cancer Center representative
Shaina Sine with a check for $35,000 accumu-
lated through car sales.
"We take a small percentage out of each
car sale and donate it to Moffitt,"Williams said.
"We started out with Toyota and we just re-
cently acquired Honda across the street so
they gave a small percentage in the few
months that we've owned it. Next year it will
be a larger check because we'll have both
stores doing it all year."
Williams said that the effort began about a
year ago as the Toyota dealership sought ways


to get involved and give back to the communi-
ty.They felt there was no better partner in the
local community to help than Moffitt.
"Everybody has been touched in one way
or another by cancer, especially breast cancer,"
Williams explained."We'll continue to build
and try to get more each year. Our goal next
year is $50,000 to $60,000."
Both Toyota and Honda dealership employ-
ees have worn pink shirts all through October
to highlight breast cancer awareness and
plans are to do so every year.
"We thank Wesley Chapel Toyota and
Honda for partnering with Moffitt Cancer
Center to spread awareness of breast cancer
and helping with our mission of education
treatment and detection," Sine said.
The money will go a long way to fund re-
search initiatives and patient care initiative,
Sine continued, as well as enabling Moffitt to
get out in the community and help under-
served populations and women throughout
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Device zaps germs to keep hospital rooms clean


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs. corn

University Community Hospital (UCH)
now has the ability to make every patient
room completely sterile with the help of a
new device that vaguely resembles an over-
sized bug zapper.
The new piece of equipment, called the in-
telligent room sterilization system (IRS)
3200M, went into use at UCH, Pepin Heart
Hospital and The Women's Center Oct. 15.
"When we did testing on some of the more
dirty areas of rooms, which are places like


door handles, call buttons and toilet handles,
before and after using the device, we found it
killed almost everything in the room," said
Jacqueline Whitaker, UCH director of infection
control. "We took samples from those areas
and grew them in our lab and we found either
zero or one organism lived."
Whitaker said that falls within the defini-
tion of sterilized because no one can develop
an infection from one microorganism.
One of IRS 3200M co-inventors Mark
Statham said the technology has been in the
development stage for about two years.
"It creates a powerful electromagnetic field


Co-inventor of the IRS 3200M, Mark The IRS 3200M in use in one of University
Statham, wheels the device into one of hos- Community Hospital's rooms, killing every
pital's rooms. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) microorganism. (Photo courtesy of Will Darnall)


that disrupts the DNA of anything," Statham
said. "That changes the DNA and makes it so
the microorganism can't reproduce if it does
survive. The one or two that last die very
quickly and the room is completely sterilized."
Statham works for Infection Prevention
Technologies, based in Michigan. He said only
three hospitals in the country have the device
and no others are in Florida.
"We wanted to go with this device because
it truly kills anything left in the room from the
last patient,"Whitaker said."We've looked at
some other similar machines and nothing
came dose to this."
The mobile machine is taken into the pa-
tient rooms between occupants. It takes about
10 minutes to sterilize the room.
"We made it very user friendly," Statham
said. "It knows how big the room is and how
much electricity to use to clean it.You just
move it into the room and turn it on and let it
go to work."
Statham said people cannot be in the room
while the device is on because it will cause
temporary burning to the eyes and skin. To
prevent an accident, a controller is placed on
the door of the room being treated.The con-
troller turns the IRS 3200M off instantly if


someone opens the door while it is in use.
"We also designed this so the electromag-
netic field can't go through a window,"
Statham said."People can walk by or look in
without fear of anything happening."
The IRS 3200M is also being used in surgi-
cal rooms at the end of the day, but the larger
rooms take more time to sterilize than hospital
staff can give between patients. Statham said
the company is working on a larger version of
the device to mount in the ceilings of the sur-
gery rooms that will take less time so they can
be sterilized as well.
"This just fits in to everything UCH is try-
ing to do to increase patient safety," said UCH
spokesman Will Darnall."Hospitals sometimes
get a bad reputation, but we're doing every-
thing we can to keep patients safe.This is just
one way we are doing that and the best thing
is it kills even drug-resistant pathogens too."
All rooms will still be disinfected as before,
then the device will do its job.
"We plan to use the same technology at
UCH-Carrollwood, our long term center in
Land O' Lakes and the Helen Ellis Memorial
Hospital in Tarpon Springs. It's the best way to
make sure patients are safe and we want to
use it everywhere we can."


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KUDOS/MILESTONES
RUSHE STUDENT GETS AWARD
AT WHITE HOUSE
Charles S.Rushe Middle School student
Naomi Diaz recently received an award and
met First Lady Michelle Obama during an
awards ceremony at the White House Oct.
20.The eighth-grader was among the recipi-
ents recognized in the Presidential
Committee on the Arts and the Humanities
National Arts and HumanitiesYouth Program
Awards. The middle school student repre-
sented Girlstories Leadership Theater as one
of 15 programs chosen from more than 400
nominees.
The program was the only one in the
southeast United States to receive the
award. Girlstories programs are designed for
middle school girls who, through theater
arts, share their personal story to elemen-
tary school girls increasing their confidence,
communication skills and self-esteem.

NATIONAL MERIT COMMENDED
STUDENTS
Pasco High in Dade City has announced
that Kristina N. May has been named a
Commended Student in the 2011 National
Merit Scholarship Program.
Tampa Catholic High also announced
two National Merit Commended Scholars.


They are Peter Gonzalez and Rebekah
Repasky.
The program recognized 34,000 students
nationally for their academic promise.

ODESSA ELEMENTARY FORMAL
DEDICATION
Pasco County Schools officially dedicated
Odessa Elementary School on Oct. 27 in a
10:30 a.m. ceremony in the school's cafete-
ria.The school, at 1874 Ketzel Drive in New
Port Richey, was built for a capacity of 756
schools and opened this fall with 630 stu-
dents. The Central Pasco Chamber of
Commerce sponsored the ribbon-cutting
ceremony and the school's chorus per-
formed.

FUN STUFF TO DO
BIKE FUN RUN FOR
SCHOLARSHIPS
The 5th Annual Fun Run presented by
the Pasco CountyAssociation of Educational
Office Professionals (PCAEOP) Scholarship
Committee will be held on Saturday, Nov. 6
Proceeds benefit high school seniors who
attend Pasco County Schools. Registration
begins at 10:30 a.m. at Gulf Coast Harley
Davidson in New Port Richey with four ad-
ditional stops. First bike out at 11 a.m., last
bike in at 3 p.m., atVFW Post No. 4412 in


Hudson. Donations are $15 for rider and
$10 for passenger.The run is open to two
and four wheel vehicles.There will also be
door prizes, 50/50, live D.J., free barbecue
and a bike show with trophies awarded. For
information, call Kathi at (813) 794-2418 or
(727) 774-2418.

EAST PASCO ADVENTIST
FALL FESTIVAL
A bounce house, inflatable slide, a dunk
tank, hayride and hot dogs are among the of-
ferings at East Pasco Adventist Academy's
annual Fall Festival from 1-4 p.m. Nov. 7.
Admission is free and tickets for food and
rides are available at the door.The academy
is at 38434 Centennial Road in Dade City.
For more information go to www.epaacade-
my.org or call (352) 567-3646.

SAINT LEO PUTS ON
"HAIRSPRAY"
Saint Leo University's Music and Drama
Ministry is putting on the Broadway musical
"Hairspray."The performances are scheduled
at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4; 7 p.m. Friday,
Nov.5; and at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday.
Nov6.
The second week will follow the same
pattern with performances at: 7 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 11; 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 12; and
at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday. Nov.13.
The performances will be at the universi-
ty's Marmion Center, to the west of the
campus' main entrance. The campus is at
33701 SR 52.Tickets are $10 for adults; $9
for seniors; $5 for students from high
schools or other colleges; and free for chil-
dren 5 and younger.Tickets can be reserved
in advance by calling (352) 558-8331 during
weekday business hours.

WESLEY CHAPEL HIGH PTSA
YARD SALE
The Wesley Chapel High Parent-Teacher-
Student Association is hosting a yard sale from
8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Nov. 6 at the corner of Old
Pasco Road and Country Club. Items for sale
include clothes, furniture and other items.


RUSHE FALL DINNER THEATER
The performing arts classes at Charles S.
Rushe Middle School will have two dinner
concerts at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Nov. 4 in the
school's cafeteria.The Rushe bands, chorus
and drama students will be performing.
Tickets are $10 at the door. If you like pasta
and the performing arts, you can choose a
5 p.m. or 7 p.m. seating. The Scholastic
Book Fair will also be in the media center
that night.

COLLEGE ADMISSIONS
REGISTRATION OPEN
FOR ACT TEST
Registration is open now until Nov. 5 for
students wishing to take the ACT achieve-
ment test Dec. 11. The ACT tests what
students have learned in school, not their
aptitude for learning. Some colleges use ACT
scores as part of their admission process.
The ACT has four sections - English, mathe-
matics, reading and science. It takes about
three hours to complete. For more informa-
tion,go to www.actstudent.org.

UPCOMING EVENTS
BISHOP MCLAUGHLIN
OPEN HOUSE
Bishop McLauglin Catholic High School,
13651 Hays Road in Spring Hill, is having an
open house from 1-4 p.m. Nov. 14.
Presentations and tours will be given
throughout those hours. For more informa-
tion call the admissions department (727)
857-2600, Ext. 244 or to www.bmchs.com

PHCC CELEBRATES
INTERNATIONAL PEACE WEEK
Pasco-Hernando Community College
has a slate of activities and exhibits sched-
uled for Peace Week, Nov. 3-10, at the
college's campuses in Dade City, New
Port Richey, Brooksville and Spring Hill.
Please go to www.phcc.edu/peace for a
daily agenda of activities and locations.All
Peace Week events are free and open to
the public.


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AutoFest returns to Zephyrhills Nov. 11-14


By Shannon Edinger
Laker/Lutz News Correspondent

The changing of the season marks the re-
turn of AutoFest, hosted by Zephyrhills
Festivals Inc. and Zephyrhills Auction Inc.
The 26th Annual Fall AutoFest will take
place Nov. 11-14, and will open at 8 a.m.
each day.
Tim Sierra, who works for Zephyrhills
Festivals and Auction, says the Fall AutoFest
will have an antique collector car auction,
swap meet, car corral and exhibition racing
on a quarter- mile dirt track.
The antique collector car auction will
take place Friday, Nov. 12 and Saturday, Nov.
13. The auction will begin at 11 a.m. on
Friday and 9:30 a.m. on Saturday. It will be a
gathering of buyers and sellers with special
vehicles such as street rods, muscle cars,
classics, racecars, specialty trucks and mo-
torcycles up for auction. A total of 290 cars,
both domestic and foreign, will be accepted
at the auction for both days. There is an
array of consigned auction vehicles so far
ranging from Ford coupes to fully loaded
Chevy Corvettes.
The swap meet is one of the festival's
highlights.
"There are a lot of new ..
and used auto parts and ac-
cessories found here,"
Sierra said. The swap meet
is held in a massive area
where people can find car
parts and collectibles rang-
ing from engines and
transmissions to souvenirs
such as T-shirts and old gas
pump signs.
The car corral area of
the swap meet is where
there are vehicles for sale.
There are primarily domes- Tommy Zee, of


tic and some foreign cars ranging from fair
to excellent condition for sale at the car cor-
ral. "Unlike the auction, the car corral allows
people to deal with the owner directly,"
Sierra said.
There is also a vintage auto-racing event
that takes place Friday through Sunday at
10:30 a.m. Warm-ups will take place on
Thursday. There will be stock cars, sprint
cars and midgets racing in the event.
Stock cars have the appearance of typical
family sedans, but are built to race. Sprint cars
are single-seated, open-wheeled racing ma-
chines that vary in appearance, and midgets
are similar to sprint cars, but they are more
compact. The older midgets are typically nar-
rower and taller than the newer midgets.
General admission grants access to all
events.
The festival park is located at 2738 Gall
Blvd. (US 301) in Zephyrhills. Admission is
$8 Thursday, $10 Friday and Saturday and $5
Sunday. There is free admission to children
12 and younger with paying adult.
For more information about the festival
or to find out how to register, visit
www.zephyrhillsauction.com or call the
park at (813) 782-0835.


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Land O' Lakes
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returns for year two

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Last year a combined 15,000 people
went to the inaugural year of the LOL
Swamp Fest and the new annual tradition is
back Friday-Sunday (Nov. 5-7) at the Land 0'
Lakes Community Center.
The three-day event actually had two ver-
sions in 2009, one in the spring at Land O'
Lakes High and another the first weekend of
November at the center, 5401 Land O' Lakes
Blvd.The birth of the festival coincided with
the end of the Land 0' Lakes Flapjack
Festival, which had been at the center each
autumn.
Mike Connor, president of the Land 0'
Lakes High Athletic Booster Club, said the


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organization wanted to continue with a fall
festival that could help the Gators' various
programs.
"We had been the sponsor of the mid-
way rides at the Flapjack Festival," Conner
said. "When that moved we all thought this
community needed a festival like this, so we
decided to bring it back."
Conner said about 5,000 attended the
spring version last year with another 10,000
coming last fall. He is expecting at least that
many to come out again this year.
The Swamp Fest will have many tradi-
tional fall festival elements from midway
rides, games, vendors, carnival food and
bands such as James Taylor and The Silver
Eagle Band. Conner said there is also a pag-
eant for boys and girls of all ages Nov. 6 and
also a free breakfast that remembers the
now defunct event.
"Saturday morning (Nov. 6) there will be
free pancakes provided by Beef'O' Brady's
from 8-10," Conner said."There is also a car
show. Really there is something for every-
one. It's free to park and get in."
Things like food and midway games are
how the event raises money for the booster
club. Conner's three children graduated
from Land O' Lakes High and participated in
athletics, as did Darlene Harris' two.
"I've stayed as a member of the athletic
booster club because I enjoy volunteering
for this worthwhile group," said Harris, who


Zachary Poole of Land O' Lakes rides around a carousel in a pink whale at Swamp Fest.
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is the club's secretary and vendor booth
committee chairwoman."We help the athlet-
ic teams with purchases of safety
equipment, give out college scholarships
($6,000 in 2010) to athletes and with other
help."
Conner said the club handles $250,000
in fundraising for the school's programs
each year.
"That all comes from fundraising from
the community," Conner said. "It eases the
burden of the school district to buy new
equipment.We also pay for the participation
fees for kids that can't afford it themselves."
Rich Batchelor is an assistant principal at
Land O' Lakes High and is managing the ath-
letic department while athletic director
Karen Coss is on maternity leave. He is very
appreciative of what the event means for
the school.


"The money from the Swamp Fest helps
quite a few groups here," Batchelor said."It
also helps our clubs and organizations be-
cause they get a part of the money by
helping at the event. The money will help
the athletics by buying new uniforms, equip-
ment, pays for banquets and helps offset
travel cost.The booster club is a wonderful
group that does a lot for the school."
Conner, Harris and Batchelor each said
the real key to the festival's success is what
it does for the area.
"The Swamp Fest brings our community
together for some fun family entertainment,"
Harris said."I love seeing the kids and their
parents enjoying the food, watching local
kids dancing on stage, local bands playing
and of course the fantastic fall weather. I
hope you can come to the Swamp Fest and
have some fun with us."


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Eating out is a staple of American life, but it is also one reason why we are heavier than
ever before. Samantha Taylor, owner of Pure Health Studios, offers tips on how to make
responsible choices while dining out at area restaurants.


By Samantha Taylor
Pure Health Studios

How great is a coffee shop that serves
organic coffee and food while donating 10
percent of its proceeds to missions? I am
talking about this new place in Lutz called
A Cup of Organic.
It lives by the slogan: the coffee that
gives back.
When I walked in, I was greeted by a
very friendly guy named Joel who said,
"Our goal is to create an environment and
a business that shares love, hope, encour-
agement and healthy food."
Even if that isn't your cup of tea, the
awesome atmosphere fostered in this
place is undeniable. A Cup of Organic
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After my meal, I had a great laugh be-
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Row and Paddle for Hospice raises $1,550


By Kyle LoJacono
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The Land O' Lakes Rowing Club's Row
and Paddle for Hospice event brought about
60 people to Lake Saxon Park in Land 0'
Lakes Oct. 23.
The goal was to raise money for the HPH
Hospice and the club brought in $1,550 for
the organization.
"The atmosphere was fun and exciting
and everyone wants to do it again next year,"
said Mary Jane Kranendonk, founder of the
club. "The Stewards Foundation brought
their crews and were nice enough to leave
another rowing shell for our Land O' Lakes
team to use. Overall it was a wonderful day."
The event included rowing and paddling
demonstrations, races, food vendors and
massages for those who wanted to loosen
up their muscles before or after the exer-
cise.
The money raised will go to the hospice,
which helped the Kranendonk family deal
with the loss of Kranendonk's oldest son,
Thomas, three years ago.
Laura Finch, of Wesley Chapel, is HPH's
manager of bereavement services and chil-
dren assistance programs. She said it is the
generosity of people like Kranendonk and
the club that make it possible for them to
help families in grief.


From left are rowers Mary Cooley, Jeanette
Phillips, Leslie Stanford and Barb Hayes
while Mary Jane Kranendonk directs them
at Row and Paddle for Hospice Oct. 23.
(Photos by Anthony Masella Jr. of
www.Ou rtown FLA.com)

The club has about 15 members who are
mainly from Land O' Lakes, but also has row-
ers from Lutz, Odessa and one from
Brooksville. The group started earlier this
year and rows Saturday or Sunday mornings
at 7:30 a.m.
For more information on the club, e-mail
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Commotion in the ocean.
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By Randall Grantha
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am

I read in the
news about a guy
getting sentenced to
almost two years in
jail for having under-
sized lobster. They
rut his son/co-defen-


dant a break and
"only" gave him 18
months in the Monroe County Jail for par-
ticipating in the great lobster heist.
Being a fifth-generation Floridian and
an avid hunter and fisher, I will admit that,
at first blush, I thought the sentence a little
harsh.
Then, when I looked at the rest of the
article about the lobster mobsters, I saw
that they had 277 undersized wrung lob-
ster tails and therefore knew what they
were doing. Especially when Johnny Law
saw them toss the box containing their
catch overboard and try to flee.
Clearly, they were in the wrong and
were abusing the resource. But they're
not the first lobster mobster and maybe
their sentence will make the original mob-
ster feel better about his punishment.
The original Lobster Mobster, way be-
fore the Little Mermaid used the term, is
Ray Odor. He is 80-plus years old, started
diving in the 1940s and is a local legend.
His love of the underwater began in 1946
when he swam inWeekieWachee Spring,
again, way before it was commercialized


and made into a park.
Swimming there during his first fur-
lough from the army, his brother had him
put on a mask and watch when a pretty
girl dove from the 15-foot tower.As her
halter-top came down, freeing the pup-
pies, he swore an allegiance to the depths.
He had to invent his own gear based on
trial and error and a book by some guy
named "Jock" Cousteau and, in 1958, he
opened the first commercial skindiving
shop in the area.The term SCUBA had not
yet gained popularity.
He still dives and spear fishes (and sells
his own line of accessories) and you can
read all about him at www.spearfishing.cc.
But the reason I write about him here, is
that he served a stint, himself, in the
Monroe County Jail for illegal lobster.
Although I think he had too many as op-
posed to too small, he too got busted.
According to his rap song that you can
listen to on his website, he is the original
Lobster Mobster. He was lobstering in the
Keys and they caught him and put him in
the pokey. He ended up doing 38 days,
but they also forfeited his brand new SUV
and converted it to a Florida Marine Patrol
vehicle.
Ray doesn't go down to the Keys any-
more, but, he still has some stories to tell
and some artifacts and seashells to show.
After talking to him for a few hours recent-
ly, I couldn't wait to go out the next day to
catch some legal dinner.
Randall C Grantham is a lifhelog resi-
dent of Lutz who practices law from his
offices on Dale Mabry Highway. He can
be reached at LutzLaw@aol.com.
Copyright 2010 RCG. To comment on this
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The Rotary Club of New Tampa will host
Mary Ellen Elia, superintendent of
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breakfast meeting at 7 a.m. Nov. 5 at Tampa
Palms Golf & Country Club, 5811 Tampa
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the school system in light of the statewide
election. For information, call Karen Frasier
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FAMILY HEALTH
ALZHEIMER'S FAMILY SEMINARS:
-Nov. 4, 10 a.m.,Westbrooke Manor, 6701
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Free respite care.
-Nov. 9,2 p.m.,Edwinola, 14235 Edwinola
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-Nov. 22,3 p.m., Zephyr Haven Health &
Rehab, 38250 Ave.A in Zephyrhills, (813)
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-Nov. 23, 4:30 p.m., Dynamic Seniors Adult
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(813) 782-8843.
-Nov. 28,2 p.m., Heritage Park, 37135
ColemanAve. in Dade City, (352) 567-8615.

BEREAVEMENT COUNSELING
Gulfside Regional Hospice will host
bereavement seminars called "Getting
Through the Holidays" at West Winds
Assisted Living Facility, 37411 Eiland Blvd. in
Zephyrhills at 3:30 p.m. Nov. 8; and at The
Edwinola, 14235 Edwinola Way in Dade
City at 3:30 p.m. Dec. 9.The seminars offer
ways to help family members through the
holidays that can be difficult for survivors.
For information, call (727) 844-3946.

LUNCH AND LEARN SESSION
The Foundation for Wellness Professionals
and Quantum Vitality Centres will host a
lunch and learn session from 12-1 p.m. Nov.
10 at the Seven Oaks clubhouse, 2910
Sports Core Circle inWesley Chapel.The
topic is Managing Neuropathy Without
Drugs.Admission is free. Light refreshments
will be served ',pa.,c is limited.
Reservations are required. For information,
call (813) 973-4747.

REMEMBRANCE SERVICES
HPH Hospice will host Remembrance
services at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Nov. 11 at its
hospice campus located at 37445 Clinton
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donation drop boxes. Participants
include:
-Stars Organic Spa Group, 2136Ashley
Oaks Circle in Wesley Chapel, (813)
973-8787.
-Bangs and Blondes LLC Salon and Spa,
5701 Gray Road inWesley Chapel,
(813) 994-2337.
-Susan's Mane Tamers, 18476 US Hwy.
41 North in Lutz, (813) 949-6263.
For more information and updated
participant list, visit
www.VixensAgainstViolence.com.


loved ones. Children are welcome. For
information, call (800) 486-8784 or visit
www.HPH-Hospice.org.

FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT
CONCERT TICKET GIVEAWAY
Win two tickets and a limo ride to see Elton
John in Lakeland Nov. 21. Stop by Goin'
Postal or Hut no. 8 in Zephyrhills for details
and enter to win. Goin' Postal is located at
4941 Fourth St. Hut no. 8 is located at
38435 FifthAve. Odds of winning depend
on number of valid entries. Enter by Nov.
13. No purchase necessary.

NIGHT SAFARI RETURNS
Busch Gardens brings back Serengeti Night
Safari Nov. 5, 13, 20 and 27 and Dec. 4,11
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hippos, lions and hyenas lit only by
moonlight and lanterns.The nighttime
experience begins and ends in the Safari


Club, with appetizers and adult beverages
before the excursion and a nightcap
complete with coffee and desserts after.The
Serengeti Night Safari begins between 6:30
and 8:30 p.m.The cost is $60 per person,
plus tax.Admission is not included and is
not required. Guests must be 21 years of
age or older to participate. For reservations,
call (888) 800-5447 or visit
BuschGardens.com.

CRAFT SHOW AND BAZAAR
First Christian Church, 6040 Eighth St. in
Zephyrhills is hosting their Christmas Craft
Show & Bazaar from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Nov. 20
in Fellowship Hall. Come and do your
Christmas shopping early.

DISCOVER THE ARTS
AMERICAN ART ON DISPLAY
The North Tampa Arts League offers a
sampling of paintings from local eclectic
American artist Terry Klaaren on display
through Nov. 31 at the Great Frame Up in
Wesley Chapel. Klaaren's subjects range
from landscapes of American National Parks
and Europe to local scenes and candid
portraits.A"Meet theArtist, Hear the
Stories" reception is from 6-9 p.m. Nov. 5.
The gallery will host an artist
demonstration from 3-5 p.m. Nov. 20.The
Great Frame Up is located at 1646 Bruce B.
Downs Blvd. in Tampa. For information, call
(813) 994-6700.


BLANTON BAPTIST
HOSTS AUTHOR
Blanton Baptist Church is hosting Jennifer
Rothschild, nationally known speaker,
singer and author in a special video
presentation, beginning Nov. 7 at 5:30 p.m.
Various guest musicians will open the
service each week during the seven-week
series. Guests include Frankie and Carole
Croft, Russell Guynn and Judy Karppe, H.C.
and Diane Nesbitt, Shirleen Grant,Jim


Chase, David and Pat Tucker, and others.The
church is located at 17351 Hyland Lane in
Dade City. For information, call the church
office at (352) 521-7047. Office hours are
Tuesday andWednesday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

CONTEMPORARY JAZZ ARTIST
The Center for the Arts at Wesley Chapel
presents smooth jazz recording artist, Eric
Darius and the Eric Darius Quartet in a
benefit concert for the center's educational
programs.The performance is at 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 12.Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for
seniors and students.The center is located
at 30651 Wells Road in Wesley Chapel. For
information, call (813) 794-8772.

THE BEAUTY WITHIN
SCENT-SATIONAL EVENING
Dillard's at The
Shops at
Wiregrass will
host a "scent-
sational"
evening from 5-
9 p.m.Nov. 11,
including make-
up artists,
drawings for
prizes,
entertainment,
refreshments
and various gifts with purchase. Book your
appointment and reserve your spot with a
$35 gift card. Use the gift card toward your
purchases. Book ahead to register for
drawings and to receive a goody bag.
Dillard's is located at 28335 Paseo Drive in
Wesley Chapel. For information, call June
Wilson at (813) 991-1352 ext. 5014.

JOIN THE CLUB
TOASTMASTERS CLUB
Wesley Chapel Speaks Toastmasters Club,
part of Toastmasters International, invites
you to sharpen or learn communication
and leadership skills in a friendly
supportive surrounding. The club currently
meets on the first and third Monday of each
month from 6:15-7:30 p.m. on the second
floor of the Hyundai dealership, 25000
Wesley Chapel Blvd. inWesley Chapel. For
information, call (813) 406-5931.

CONSERVATIVE CLUB MILESTONE
The Conservative Club of East Pasco
celebrated its membership objective of 100
members at their Oct. 18 meeting.The
renamed club set its member goal to be
achieved by Nov. 1. Ruthann True and Dot
Worrell were recognized as 100 and 101
members.The club consists of business and
professional men, women and senior
citizens who are staunch conservatives and
advocates of conservative values. For
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The 10th anniversary of the Pregnancy Care Center of Zephyrhills was celebrated Oct. 15
at the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. The theme was "Committed to Caring" and
the guest speaker was State Representative Will Weatherford. Pictured left to right are
Terry Luna, director of the pregnancy center, accepting a check from Mary Crosier, exalted
ruler and Emilie Mastin, community activities chairman, of the Zephyrhills Elks Lodge. The
Elks continue to support many community programs through donations.


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Archie probably is a mix between a Boston terrier and a pug. Archie's owners
brought him home after losing their Dalmatian Snuffy of 12 years. Archie was in
some pain and could not jump from the floor to a chair. Now he is completely healed
and runs and plays in the fenced yard. In the process, he filled up the hole in his
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Thrivent Financial for Lutherans is part-
nering with local businesses and churches
to host a pancake breakfast to raise funds
for the Helping Hands Food Pantry of Pasco
County. Food will be donated byWolf's Den
Restaurant inWesley Chapel.The breakfast is
7-11 a.m. Nov. 6 at Atonement Lutheran
Church, 29617 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel.The
cost is $4.50 for adults, $2 for children
under 12, and free for children under 6.
Paper shoes support hospice
Stop in at any Gulfside Regional
Hospice's Thrift Shoppe and purchase a
paper shoe for a $1 donation in memory
and honor of a loved one."It is so inspiring
to go into one of our Thrift Shops and see
the shoes on display.The shoes humanize
what the Hike for Hospice is about - walk-
ing in memory and honor of our loved
ones," said Gulfside's president and CEO
Linda Ward.Thrift shops are at the following
locations:
- Dade City Thrift Shoppe, 37925 Sky
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- Zephyrhills Thrift Shoppe, 36504 SR 54,
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Casino night raises $10,000
The Rotary Club of New Tampa's 5th
Annual Casino Night Oct. 22 raised more
than $10,000 to donate to area schools and
charities.The club is grateful to all the spon-
sors and in-kind donors for their support.
The Rotary Club of New Tampa meets at 7
a.m. every Friday at Tampa Palms Golf and
Country Club. Business and community
leaders are welcome. For membership infor-
mation, call Karen Frashier at (813)
375-2663.
MOSI receives gift for exhibit
The Museum of Science and Industry re-
ceived a gift of $50,000 from Florida Cancer
Specialists & Research Institute to support
The AmazingYou exhibition. The exhibit is a
state-of-the-art exhibition on health, wellness
and prevention that explores developmental
milestones at each stage of life."MOSI is ex-
tremely honored to receive this gift from
Florida Cancer Specialists, and we look for-
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SR 54, from page 1
do that."
Kurt Keith, Pepper's project manager for
the job, said about 90 people are working
on the construction each day.
Ron Garraffa, Pepper's construction man-
ager, gave more of the credit to the county's
proactive approach.
"They delivered everything we needed
from the start," Garraffa said."Everything was
worked out with the utility companies, the
right-of-way (land) was bought and finished
up front.
"A lot of time right-of-way or utilities lag
behind and we can't go fully into the job
and that's like playing football on a field
that's only 50-yards long," Garraffa said."Here
we had basically all 100 yards to work on
from the start."
Pepper, based in Clearwater, was founded
in 1994 and is owned by Terry Cradick and
Doug Ebbers.
"SR 54 is the largest project in terms of
financial at $28 million," Cradick, Pepper's
president. "The length is also one of the
largest we've done."
The project is the most expensive in
Pasco history at $105.2 million, according to
Shepherd. Only $28 million is for the con-
struction, about 27 percent of the price tag,
with another $74.2 million from right-of-
way land purchase and $3 million for
planning and design.
"That is a large percentage for a project,"
Mulieri said."The businesses were right up
next to the road and we needed to buyout
some of them to do the project.We've learned
from that and now we have a row-acquisition
policy so development has to be far enough
away from roads for future widening."
Terry Wright of Land 0' Lakes, who
works inWesley Chapel east of the project,
is pleased to hear the project is ahead of
schedule.
"The construction slows things down
and the speed limit is only 35 (mph)
through there when it was higher before,"
Wright said.
The project has done more than slow


traffic on SR 54. It has also forced the tem-
porary closing of roads connecting with the
highway. Boyette Road was closed to
through traffic from June 19 to Aug. 15 and
Curley is closed until Nov. 5, both to work
on the intersection with SR 54.
While there is some temporary pain
from the project,Wright sees the positives.
"I'm happy they're doing the project be-
cause the road really needs to be wider and
it's good news that it will be done sooner,"
Wright said.
Wright's comments fit in line with what
Pepper's employees have been hearing.
"In the beginning, like with most proj-
ects,you hear a lot of concerned people,"
Garraffa said."As we get the information to
them they've been very receptive and I
haven't really heard anything directly nega-
tive about the job we've been doing."
Mulieri said of the project, "I haven't
heard much negative either and most peo-
ple knew the widening was needed. We
needed the infrastructure to move people
and bring goods and services to the area
and it's already helping to bring more jobs.T
Rowe Price is bringing 1,600 jobs to the
area and they told me it was because of the
building of needed roads like (SR) 54."
Shepherd said the contract with Pepper
says the road will be completed by March
2012.While he said there is not a new open-
ing date, he added Pepper is working so
ahead of schedule it is making it almost im-
possible for them to fail.
"For us, this is a very exciting job;' Cradick
said."Just seeing all the cars that drive on the
road lets you know how important it is to the
area. It's going to help the people and the
businesses and that's important to us."
The connection with the road is even
bigger for Garraffa because his parents live
in east Pasco and he drives on SR 54 to visit
them.
"We're in the construction business be-
cause we like building things," Garraffa said.
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force-out play at a base is hard to remem-
ber."
Brunner said players can stay involved
in Special Olympics even after completing
their education for as long as they want.
She added there are no other adult teams
in Pasco, but Gulf and Mitchell high
schools each have teams in the younger di-
vision.
The 'Cats and Dogs got to the state tour-
nament on the strength of their 4-0 record
while outscoring opponents 34-5 including
a 5-2 win against the Bombers (3-1). The
teams practice together each Saturday at
Zephyrhills High and the spirited jabbing
between the squads is still evident.
"That was fun to beat them," said 'Cats
and Dogs catcher Dustin Chancey, 19."We
can say we beat them."
Chancey, of Zephyrhills, won a gold
medal on a unified softball team while he at-
tended Wiregrass Ranch High in Wesley
Chapel. Unified teams have a mix of Special
Olympics and traditional athletes.
Ross Cleveland, of Land 0' Lakes, has
played on the Bombers for three years and

RESCUE, from page 1
joined the force and another 15 who are ex-
pected to finish training and orientation in
January. The reason the new staff cannot
prevent the two-person engines is there is
no longer the budget for as much overtime
as before. If only a few personnel call in
sick, there would not be enough money to
fill in.
"The National Fire Protection
Association's (NFPA) recommendations are
to have four on each engine and our direc-
tor of fire rescue Anthony Lopinto had been
working for years to get us to those stan-
dards," Hitchcock said.
The NFPA's recommendations are not
rules, but more like industry best practice
guidelines. Hillsborough County also cannot
afford to staff all of its 45 engines with four
personnel, according to Hillsborough Fire
Rescue spokesman RaymondYeakley.
"All of our engines always have three and
some have four,"Yeakly said. "We'd like to
have as many people working the fires as
we can to get them out fast and keep the
firefighters safe. We'd like to follow the

QUILTS, from page 1
Cathleene Kiel Tokish;"It May Be a Zoo in
Here, But it's a Jungle Out There," by Pat
Reeves; and,"Clowns to the Right,Jokers to
the Left," by Paula Lewis.
While many of the 116 members of the
Cypress Creek Quilter's Guild will have
quilts on display, the show is just one of
many of the guild's activities throughout the
year.
Guild members come from many com-
munities, including Land O'Lakes, Lutz,
Wesley Chapel, Odessa, New Port Richey,
Tampa, Brandon and Mulberry.The vast ma-
jority of members are women, but there are
three male members - and the group wel-
comes more.
Besides quilting, guild members said they


plays first base.The 6-foot-3 27-year-old said
he plays the position because that is where
his favorite MLB players Albert Pujols and
Paul Konerko play.
"Hopefully we can win first place this
time," Cleveland said."... My team won first
place (in states) in soccer once and that was
really cool."
Both coaches said the teams are better
than last year. One of the new additions to
the Bombers is Wesley Chapel resident
DolapoAdetutu, 20. Brunner said he is a nat-
ural athlete and already is one of the top
players on the team.
"I like catching and hitting the ball,"
Adetutu said."I like hitting a little better....
Sometimes I try and hit it far and sometimes
I just try and get on base."
Brunner said Starnes, of Zephyrhills, is
one of the best athletes on the younger
squad, but he gives all the credit to every-
one else on the team.
"We have good pitchers like Phillip
(Olsen) andAndreas (Torres), good hitters
and we play good defense," Starnes said."...
We have great coaches.We wouldn't have
made it so far without them."


NFPA standards."
Yeakley said when an active fire is re-
ported, more than one engine always
reports to the scene in Hillsborough. He said
usually about 15 people are at such an
emergency.
Hillsborough has 42 stations, three of
which are based in Lutz including No. 34 at
6415 Van Dyke Road, No. 40 at 16304 N.
NebraskaAve and No. 24, also known as the
volunteer fire station, at 129 W Lutz-Lake
Fern Road.There are also stations near Lutz
in Northdale and by University Community
Hospital.
Hitchcock said there may be a possibility
of increasing the four engines back to three
personnel in Pasco after the 15 new staff start
next year. He added it is too early to tell if that
would free up enough overtime money.
"We work hard to maintain our skill level
and knowledge of what to do in a rescue sit-
uation," Hitchcock said."We all have to do 14
hours of in-house training each month to
stay at that high level.The people of Pasco
can rest assured knowing we are doing
everything to keep them safe."


enjoy trying new tools of the trade, attend-
ing workshops to learn new techniques and
designs, shopping at fabric stores to add
more material to their stash and using their
talents to help various charities.
They make Quilts of Valor to give to serv-
ice members who have been injured in the
war on terror.They also make Breast Cancer
Heart Pillows for patients recovering from
mastectomies; walker caddies for people in
nursing homes; and quilts for kids at Hope
Children's Home.
The guild meets at 6 p.m. the first
Tuesday of each month at the Lutz
Community Center, 101 1st Ave., N.E. in
Lutz.Anyone who is interested in joining the
guild or learning more about it should go to
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By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.comrn

In the 11-year history of Wesley Chapel
High no boy's golf team had ever reached
the state tournament until now.
"Really this is something we couldn't


Brandon Mumaw and the Wesley Chapel boys g(
team reached the first state tournament in school
history. (File photos, www.Photosby3g.com)


have planned any better," said Wesley
Chapel senior Brandon Mumaw."We have a
lot of seniors and this is our last chance to
get to states."
The Wildcats shot 319, which was tied
with Saddlebrook Prep after 18 holes.The
two district rivals went to a playoff, which
the Wildcats took to claim the Class 1A,
Region 3 championship.
"It didn't look good early, but the
kids regrouped and truly every shot
mattered," said Wesley Chapel coach
Alan Black. "They knew they were
going to states when they got to the
playoff because the top two teams ad-
vance, so they were able to play loose.
Saddlebrook has been our big rival the
last bunch of years, so you couldn't
have written a better script for us."
The program first coincides with
Black's last season. Black has been at
Wesley Chapel since the school
opened after spending 10 years at Land
O' Lakes High.
"I've been on the team for four
years now and we've been getting bet-
ter each year," Brandon said."When we
started the year we knew we'd have a
chance to get to states and send coach
Black out on top. It really is something
olf special."
Coach Black has taken two individ-
ual golfers to states before, including


Cameron Knight who won the 2004 2A
state title.
"The team finished third in districts, but
the top three advance," saidWildcats athlet-
ic director Steve Mumaw. "The kids had
high expectations, but probably didn't
think they'd win the championship. Before
every tournament they said to each other
they needed to win for coach Black, so
they put pressure on themselves all year
and it's great to see them win."
Steve is also Brandon's father.
"I'm proud of all the kids, not just my
son," Steve said. "Jacob (Fleck) went out
and shot 2-under and was great all day. I've
been around the team for four years be-
cause Brandon is on the team, so I've seen
them grow up and get better."
Fleck's tournament low 70 claimed the
individual championship. He also won the
Sunshine Athletic Conference Oct. 11.
Coach Black did not make any dramatic
guarantees for the state tournament, but
does believe the Wildcats can compete
with the other teams at states.
"We've compared scores and some of
the teams we're going against are very
good," Black said."A lot of the teams are pri-
vate schools that usually have very skilled
golfers, but we beat some of those kinds of
teams in regionals too.All we can do is play
our best and see where we end up at the
end of the tournament."


Riehle qualifies for states
Saddlebrook Prep girl's golfer Lauren
Riehle shot a 78 at the 1A-3 regional tour-
nament Oct. 25, good enough to send her
to the state tournament. Riehle qualified as
an individual for regionals after winning her
second straight district title the week before.


Bulldogs first perfect season


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

The Raymond B. Stewart Middle football
team completed the first perfect season in
program history Oct. 26 by defeating
Weightman Middle 41-6 at home.
The Bulldogs (6-0) claimed the Eastside
Conference championship with the win.
The squad was also the co-champs last sea-
son with a 4-2 record.
"It was a pleasure to coach this team,"
said Norman Scheuerman, who has coached
Stewart for five years. "We had a lot of


eighth graders come back from last year and
it was great to have them go out as outright
champions this year."
When Scheuerman took over five years
ago, the Bulldogs did not have a winning
reputation.
"We had to change the whole atmos-
phere around here and get the kids excited
and proud about their athletic program,"
Scheuerman said."They had a lot of 1-5 and
0-6 seasons because they weren't scoring."
Scheuerman and the coaching staff have
also gotten the community excited about
the team. He said administration told him


It took four John Long defenders to bring down Brandon Debyah in a game this year. (File
photos, www.Photosby3g.com)


Stewart offensive coordinator Alan Reed
speaks with Brandon Debyah (left) and
Jaylan Pickett during the Bulldogs game
against John Long.
the game against Weightman had the high-
est attendance of any home game in
program history.
"Our stands have been packed all year,"
Scheuerman said."People come up to me I
don't even know and congratulate me on
how the team has been doing. It's nice to
see that support from the people of
Zephyrhills."
Putting up points also is no longer a
problem for Stewart.The Bulldogs averaged
just less than 32 points a game while they
allowed less than six.
Two of the key contributors on the of-
fense and defense are Jaylan Pickett and
Brandon Debyah.
"It was a great year," Debyah said. "We
thought we could win every game because
we knew we were good. Last year we al-
most won every game. Our losses were
really close."
Scheuerman said the Bulldogs lost by a
combined nine points in their two defeats
in 2009.
"In the end, it's just middle school foot-


Stewart Middle results
Defeated Centennial 28-10
Defeated Dr.John Long 21-6
Defeated Charles Ruche 27-0
Defeated Pasco 37-0
Defeated Pine View 36-12
Defeated Weightman 41-6


ball and a lot of these kids will go out and
play on the high school team the next cou-
ple of years, but I'm happy the eighth
graders could go out on top," Scheuerman
said."They can always say they were part of
the first perfect team here."


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2010 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGS


Warriors quarterback Mikey Smith lines up under center in Zephyrhills Christian's game
against Elfers Christian. (Photo courtesy of Mike Smith)


Warriors down Elfers Christian 72-27


Zephyrhills Christian moves
on to the semifinals

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.comrn

Zephyrhills Christian Academy took an-
other step toward a state championship by
defeating Elfers Christian 72-27 Oct. 29 in
the six-man football quarterfinals.
The 72 points were the most scored by
the Warriors (11-0) in their history.
"They actually scored on us first," said
Zephyrhills Christian coach Mike Smith.
"Then Dale Smith (Jr.) ran the next kickoff
back for a score and we never looked back
from there."


Dale, who is a senior linebacker, also
scored on an interception and a fumble re-
turn.
Warriors quarterback Mikey Smith, an
eighth grader and Mike's son, had a pair of
touchdown passes in the game. Mike said
the offensive star was Josh Roberts, who
scored almost every time he touched the
ball.
"They just couldn't bring Josh down,"
Mike said. "We didn't punt once all night
and it was good to put up those kinds of
numbers."
Zephyrhills Christian's offense was click-
ing on all cylinders, but the defense was
rusty after having a bye week in the first
round of the six-man football playoffs.The
Warriors allowed just 20 points and record-


Class 5A District 5
Plant 6-2 (2-0)
Alonso 3-5 (I-I)
Chamberlain 2-7 (1-1)
Gaither 3-6 (0-2)

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

Class 4A District 6
Wiregrass Ranch 5-3 (4-0)
Tarpon Springs 4-5 (3-1)
Ridgewood 2-6 (2-2)
River Ridge 2-6 (1-2)
Fivay 1-4 (1-2)
Hudson 0-8 (0-4)


ed eight shutouts in the regular season.
"I made a coaching mistake by not let-
ting them hit in practice leading up to the
game," Mike said." I was worried about in-
juries. We usually hit really well in games
and we came out flat and tried to make a
lot of arm tackles.We won't make that mis-
take again because we'll be hitting in
practice."
The Warriors will next play in the semifi-
nals against the No. 3 seed Clearwater
Academy (10-1) Nov. 5 in their building,
34927 Eiland Blvd. at 7:30 p.m.


Class 3A District 7
Pasco 8-0 (6-0)
Land 0' Lakes 7-1 (5-1)
Sunlake 7-1 (5-1)
Mitchell 5-4 (3-3)
Gulf 5-4 (2-4)
Wesley Chapel 3-6 (1-5)
Anclote 2-6 (1-5)
Zephyrhills 1-7 (1-5)

Class 2A District 5
Jesuit 8-0 (5-0)
Robinson 7-I (4-I)
Middleton 3-5 (3-3)
Lennard 5-3 (2-3)
Strawberry Crest 4-4 (2-3)
Steinbrenner 3-5 (2-3)
St. Petersburg Catholic 1-7 (0-5)



This is the fourth season of the six-man
league and the Warriors have made the
semifinals each year. During the season
many of the Warriors players, including
Roberts, Mikey and Dale, said they feel they
will win the state title this season.
"We have to play our game to win," Mike
said."Clearwater has probably the best quar-
terback we're going to play against. He gets
everyone involved and we'll need to play
better defense if we're going to beat them.
We need to believe in ourselves because we
have a shot at this."


Frizzle wins instant


pro status at states
Vivian Frizzle of the Zephyrhills
Shuffleboard Club (ZSC) teamed with Mary
McLin, of Betmar to come within an eyelash
of winning the Florida State Championship
at the Betmar Shuffleboard Club. In finishing
runner-up, Frizzle qualified as an instant pro-
fessional.
In the men's division, the best match of
the tournament was the very first one as
Henry Strong and George Darwin of the
ZSC drew the team of Earl Ball and Stan
Williamson. The match was a three and a
half hour war. Everyone that could pack
themselves around the court was there and
they were not disappointed as the match
went three very close games.
In the third game Strong and Darwin had
their opponents by the throat ready to put
them away with a 40-point lead, but some-


how Ball andWilliamson squirmed out and
won on the last shot. The match took so
much out of Ball and Williamson and they
barely won the second match two games to
one.They recovered to win the next match
easily.
In the quarter finals,Williamson got a les-
son from Gerald Sharp, who is known as
someone who can bury opponents in the
kitchen. Sharp, of Betmar, buried Williamson
in the kitchen one shot after another. Ball
andWilliamson survived and also defeated
Walt Shine and Jerry Brandon, of Betmar, in
the semi finals in two games.
The title match was tough with Ball and
Williamson winning game one and the ZSC
team of Elmer Cox and Ernie Waldron won
the second. The last game saw Cox and
Waldron get off to a big lead, but their oppo-
nents roared back and Ball scored the
winner before Cox and Waldron had a
chance at their next two hammers.


-Kyle LoJacono


Wiregrass Ranch places fourth in districts


Makayla Strickland is
part of the Wiregrass
Ranch girls 200-yard
freestyle relay team that
won with a time of
1:49:37.


Johnathan Cooksey and the
Zephyrhills boys swim team
came in seventh in the dis-
trict tournament.


The Wiregrass Ranch High
girls swim team finished in
fourth place at the Class 2A,
District 5 tournament Oct. 28 at
the New Tampa YMCA, the
highest of any east Pasco
County school in the event.The
Bulls had 227 points, coming in
behind Land O' Lakes, Sunlake
and Lecanto high schools.
The Zephyrhills High girls
swim team had 215 points,
good enough for sixth place.
Wesley Chapel placed 14th
with 28.
The Bulls boys also were the
highest scoring east Pasco
team, finishing sixth with 210
points.The Bulldogs boys came
in just behind Wiregrass Ranch
with 166.5 points.The Wildcats
came in eighth with 123.


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Hugh Embry Library
-Friends of the Library Used Book
Bazaar, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 5-6
-Laptop Computer Basics, 10 a.m.
Nov. 9, registration required.
-How to Market in This Economy,
5:30 p.m. Nov. 10
-Teen Anime/Manga Club, 4 p.m.
Nov 12
-Fun Factory for Tweens, 2 p.m.
Nov 13
-Hugh Embry Book Club, 2 p.m. Nov.
16
-After Work Craft Hour, 6 p.m.
Nov 17
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Nov 19
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-Toddler Storytime, ages 1-2,
10:15 a.m. on Wednesdays through Nov.
17. Registration required.
-Preschool Storytime, ages 3-5, 11
a.m. on Wednesdays through Nov. 17.
Registration required.
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By Hudson Reynolds

For three years, the Friends of the
Hugh Embry Library has been co-spon-
soring the Adult Crafts Series, a monthly
program of free public courses in arts
and crafts.Adult participants can expect
a relaxing hands-on experience taught
by skilled artists from the Dade City area.
Recently, local volunteer Kathy
Reynolds taught exercises in line draw-
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landscapes. Reynolds is a professional
artist with more than 30 years of experi-
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painting.This was her first presentation


for the library. Upcoming crafts will in-
clude stained glass ornaments on Nov.
17 and decoupage on Dec. 15.
The Adult Crafts Series runs from
October through March, taking place on
the third Wednesday of every month,
from 6-7:45 pm, at the Hugh Embry
Library. Participants are required to sign
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Two area Special Olympics softball teams reach statesBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comPasco County will be well represented at the Special Olympics state softball tournament Nov.5-7 at Disney's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. Two county teams earned spots in the event, the 'Cats and Dogs with players ages 22 and younger and the Eastside Bombers for players 23 and older. "It's good to make states,"said Brian Starnes, 'Cats and Dogs shortstop."We got there last year, but came in fourth (place).We are good enough to win it this year with the players we have and our coaches are the best." Players on the teams are from Land O'Lakes, Wesley Chapel,Zephyrhills,Dade City and the rest of east Pasco. Belinda Brown coaches the 'Cats and Dogs and teaches adaptive physical education at MooreMickens Education Center in Dade City.She has been involved in Special Olympics for 28 years. "Most of the athletes that are on these two teams I have known since they were young children and feel like they are my children,"Brown said."I have made Special Olympics my life's work because I see how important it is to these athletes. They love to compete and their main goal is to get to the state games." 'Cats and Dogs players attend either Zephyrhills High or MooreMickens.The name is a combination of the schools'mascots,the Bulldogs and the Wildcats. "State games are great,exhausting, busy and fun," Brown said."They get to stay at a Disney hotel for two nights,go to a dance,have a pizza party and have an opportunity to win a gold medal.It is what they work so hard for." Alex Williams, 'Cats and Dogs outfielder and Dade City resident,said he is looking forward to playing at Disney World. He said he has been there a couple of times and he will enjoy playing there with all of his friends on the team. Judy Brunner,who is a traditional physical education teacher at Woodland Elementary in Zephyrhills,coaches the Bombers.She has been involved in the Special Olympics for 25 years,is the program's Pasco cochairwoman and has coached softball for about five years. "To me softball is the most difficult team sport for these athletes to learn,"Brunner said."They have to catch a small ball,throw to the right base and hit,which is hard for anyone to do.They get it for the most part,but sometimes things like knowing if it's a tag-out or aProject already half finished By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe thousands of people who make the daily trip through the project zone to widen SR 54 will likely see an end to the construction sooner than anticipated. The job is making the highway six lanes from I-75 to Curley Road in Wesley Chapel,a stretch of about 3.2 miles.The project was scheduled to take 21 months from when it started March 29,but is on pace to take a little more than half that long."Right now we're 50 percent finished in 28 percent of the time,"said Robert Shepherd,Pasco chief project manager."Really,I think we're further along than that because most of the utility work is far along."Both Withlacoochee River Electric and TECO have moved their unities,while Bright House and Verizon lines are at least 90 percent. Pasco-operated waterlines are 80 percent moved,which is as much as can be completed until the traffic pattern shifts in December. "Pepper Contracting (Services Inc.) has been able to work around the utility work,so they've gotten more done in less time,"said James Widman,Pasco chief engineer. Pasco commission chairwoman Pat Mulieri said Pepper deserves a lot of credit for the fast pace. "They've put their full workforce into the job,"Mulieri said."That has been the real key.Not all companies By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comFour Pasco County fire engines are now staffed with only two firefighters,down from the old standard of three. "In Pasco,we normally have three on all engines and were building toward four before the financial crisis hit,"said county fire chief Duncan Hitchcock,a 33-year veteran in his third year as chief. One of the affected engines is at station No.32,at 38223 Centennial Road off US 301 in east Pasco.It serves mainly Zephyrhills and Dade City.Two of the engines serve various parts of the county as needed. The fourth is in New Port Richey.Property taxes for fire rescue service increased by 23 cents per $1,000 of taxable value,but that was not enough to prevent the reduced staffing.Pasco commission chairwoman Pat Mulieri said there were few public concerns about the increase in taxes to pay for fire rescue services,which is likely because of how important it is to people like Land O' Lakes resident Connie Whiteside. "What's more important than protecting your house from a fire?" Whiteside said."I'd have been fine if they raised (taxes) more to bring in more firefighters." Kenneth Browning,who lives in Meadow Pointe,has similar feelings and also fears for the firefighters:"If I'm at work and something starts a fire I want to know the fire stations can put it out.And what if something happens to one or both of the firefighters? I figure the more people the more safe it is for them." Of the nearly 2,000 people surveyed in Pasco this year,65 percent said fire rescue is their top priority in maintaining the current standard of service.Mulieri said that shows how important fire rescue is to county residents,which is why the commission decided to increase taxes for it. The increase in taxes helped add 14 new personnel who recently ZEPHYRHILLS/DADE CITYThe LAKERThe LAKER November 3,2010It's Not Wednesday Until You Read The Laker! By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comQuilt lovers who want to add to their collections will have plenty of choices at a quilt auction Nov.6 at the "As Our Garden Grows 2010 Quilt Show." The show,presented by the Cypress Creek Quilters'Guild,is slated from 10 a.m.until 5 p.m.at the University of South Florida's Botanical Gardens, at Pine and Alumni drives at the southwest corner of the USF Tampa campus. The auction will feature more than 90 quilts.In addition to quilts being sold,about 200 quilts will be on display in the show.The event also features a boutique and items for sale by vendors. Bidding for most of the quilts will begin at $20, with all of the proceeds from the auction benefitting USF's Hope House for Eating Disorders. An event rain date has been set for Sunday,Nov. 7. Many quilts in the show have interesting names, such as "Every One Loves a Sharp Dressed Man,"by See QUILTS,page14 Road construction meeting Nov.4Pasco County government will have its quarterly road project meeting from 5:30-7:30 p.m.Nov. 4 at Atonement Lutheran Church of Wesley Chapel,29617 SR 54. There will be people available to answer questions about all current and some future road projects in east and central Pasco.Pasco should have wider SR 54 sooner than expectedSee SR 54,page14 The 6-foot-3 Ross Cleveland plays first base for the Eastside Bombers.'Cats and Dogs and Bombers hit the big time Shortstop Brian Starnes is one of the 'Cats and Dogs best players. He is seen diving for a ball in practice. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono)See OLYMPICS,page14 The Pigz in Z'Hills BBQ & Blues FestShelby Sydnor's 1960 Chevy Impala convertible was on display at The Pigz in Z'Hills BBQ & Blues Fest on Oct. 30 at Charles Krusen Memorial Field in Zephyrhills. More photos by Chris Drews, page 2.Budget concerns cut fire rescue staff All Hillsborough Fire Rescue engines have at least three personnel on board. (Photo courtesy of Hillsborough Fire Rescue) See RESCUE,page14 Quilt show features hundreds of squares

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEY CHAPEL / ZEPHYRHILLS November 3, 2010 2 The Pigz in Z’Hills BBQ & Blues FestThe Pigz in Z’Hills BBQ & Blues Fest was Oct. 30 at Charles Krusen Memorial Field in Zephyrhills. The Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce put on the event. (Photos by Chris Drews) David and Scott Tuttle, who own the Zephyrhills Golden Corral, were serving up food all day. David also brought out his 1967 Chevy big block Chevelle. Representing the Zephyrhills Daybreak Rotary Club at the event were from left Mike Wootton, Tim Mayberry and Zephyrhills City Councilman Manny Funes. “We didn’t win anything, but we had a great time, and will be back next year,” Wootton said. David Williams, managing partner of Wesley Chapel Toyota; with Patrick Abad, general manager; and Mike Speigl, general manager of Wesley Chapel Honda; present a check for $35,000 to Shaina Sine, associate director of annual giving for Moffitt Cancer Center. (Photo by Gary Hatrick)By Gary Hatrick Special to The Laker Buying a car at Wesley Chapel Toyota or Wesley Chapel Honda will also help the cause of finding a cure for breast cancer as a result of a community initiative begun by the Toyota dealership. Proof was offered in dollars Oct. 27 as WC Honda Managing Partner David Williams presented Moffitt Cancer Center representative Shaina Sine with a check for $35,000 accumulated through car sales. “We take a small percentage out of each car sale and donate it to Moffitt,” Williams said. “We started out with Toyota and we just recently acquired Honda across the street so they gave a small percentage in the few months that we’ve owned it. Next year it will be a larger check because we’ll have both stores doing it all year.” Williams said that the effort began about a year ago as the Toyota dealership sought ways to get involved and give back to the community. They felt there was no better partner in the local community to help than Moffitt. “Everybody has been touched in one way or another by cancer, especially breast cancer,” Williams explained. “We’ll continue to build and try to get more each year. Our goal next year is $50,000 to $60,000.” Both Toyota and Honda dealership employees have worn pink shirts all through October to highlight breast cancer awareness and plans are to do so every year. “We thank Wesley Chapel Toyota and Honda for partnering with Moffitt Cancer Center to spread awareness of breast cancer and helping with our mission of education treatment and detection,” Sine said. The money will go a long way to fund research initiatives and patient care initiative, Sine continued, as well as enabling Moffitt to get out in the community and help underserved populations and women throughout the region.Car sales help cancer research 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. Conven i ently located by S a m ' s Club 27510 Ca s hford C i rcle • We s ley ChapelCall Today 973-8555 Want a New Smile? Have Gum Disease? Suffer from Headaches/TMJ Problems?TampaLaserDentist.comLaser & Cosmetic Dentistry See us for a FREE ConsultExpiration November 30, 2010Find out your options with a no obligation visitVisit TampaLaserDentist.com to see why were differentM eet Dr.Albert B . B ohol s t€ University of Florida Graduate € Founding member Florida Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry € Clinical consultant and lecturer for Dental Laser Manufacturers € Certifications from Academy of Laser Dentistry Advanced Training*The patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for pa yment for any other service, examination, or treatment that is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted fee, or reduced fee service, examination or treatment. 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 November 3,2010 3 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comUniversity Community Hospital (UCH) now has the ability to make every patient room completely sterile with the help of a new device that vaguely resembles an oversized bug zapper. The new piece of equipment,called the intelligent room sterilization system (IRS) 3200M,went into use at UCH,Pepin Heart Hospital and The Women's Center Oct.15. "When we did testing on some of the more dirty areas of rooms,which are places like door handles,call buttons and toilet handles, before and after using the device,we found it killed almost everything in the room,"said Jacqueline Whitaker,UCH director of infection control."We took samples from those areas and grew them in our lab and we found either zero or one organism lived." Whitaker said that falls within the definition of sterilized because no one can develop an infection from one microorganism. One of IRS 3200M co-inventors Mark Statham said the technology has been in the development stage for about two years. "It creates a powerful electromagnetic field that disrupts the DNA of anything,"Statham said."That changes the DNA and makes it so the microorganism can't reproduce if it does survive.The one or two that last die very quickly and the room is completely sterilized." Statham works for Infection Prevention Technologies,based in Michigan.He said only three hospitals in the country have the device and no others are in Florida. "We wanted to go with this device because it truly kills anything left in the room from the last patient,"Whitaker said."We've looked at some other similar machines and nothing came close to this." The mobile machine is taken into the patient rooms between occupants.It takes about 10 minutes to sterilize the room. "We made it very user friendly,"Statham said."It knows how big the room is and how much electricity to use to clean it.You just move it into the room and turn it on and let it go to work." Statham said people cannot be in the room while the device is on because it will cause temporary burning to the eyes and skin.To prevent an accident,a controller is placed on the door of the room being treated.The controller turns the IRS 3200M off instantly if someone opens the door while it is in use. "We also designed this so the electromagnetic field can't go through a window," Statham said."People can walk by or look in without fear of anything happening." The IRS 3200M is also being used in surgical rooms at the end of the day,but the larger rooms take more time to sterilize than hospital staff can give between patients.Statham said the company is working on a larger version of the device to mount in the ceilings of the surgery rooms that will take less time so they can be sterilized as well. "This just fits in to everything UCH is trying to do to increase patient safety,"said UCH spokesman Will Darnall."Hospitals sometimes get a bad reputation,but we're doing everything we can to keep patients safe.This is just one way we are doing that and the best thing is it kills even drug-resistant pathogens too." All rooms will still be disinfected as before, then the device will do its job. "We plan to use the same technology at UCH-Carrollwood,our long term center in Land O'Lakes and the Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital in Tarpon Springs.It's the best way to make sure patients are safe and we want to use it everywhere we can."Device zaps germs to keep hospital rooms clean Co-inventor of the IRS 3200M, Mark Statham, wheels the device into one of hospital's rooms. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) The IRS 3200M in use in one of University Community Hospital's rooms, killing every microorganism. (Photo courtesy of Will Darnall) Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comThe Laker / Lutz News OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 20% BONUSReceive an additional 20% on the sale of your gold.MUST PRESENT COUPON Val Val Val id id id onl onl onl yo yo yo y ng ng ng g old old old je je je j wel wel wel ry ry ry . y No No No tv tv tv ali ali ali dw dw dw ith ith ith ot ot ot her her her of of of fer fer fer so so so rp rp rp p rio rio rio r r r pur pur p h cha cha ses ses N N . N t ot ot goo goo g d do do ng ng g ld old old pa pa p ti rti rti es es . E Ex Ex i pir pir p es es 12 12 12 . 21 21 2 . 1 0 0 0 We Buy All Gold, Silver & Unwanted Jewelry For The Highest Prices GuaranteedMon.-Fri. 10am-7pm Sat.10am-7pm € Sun.11am-6pm WESLEY CHAPEL 2 8107 SR. 54 (Wesley Chapel Blvd. N ext to W a l greens &I -7 5 !"#$%#&'()(!*+ ,#-.#("'!/+,," *!$0'12#3%!" +/0'.%4! www. TopUsaGoldBuyers .com

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS November 3,2010 4 Schools are newsy places. Chalk Talk wants to help you share the news when students win awards, teachers do neat projects, someone gets promoted or retires, or you are planning a play, festival or other fun event.Send school news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com KUDOS/MILESTONES RUSHE STUDENT GETS AWARD AT WHITE HOUSECharles S.Rushe Middle School student Naomi Diaz recently received an award and met First Lady Michelle Obama during an awards ceremony at the White House Oct. 20.The eighth-grader was among the recipients recognized in the Presidential Committee on the Arts and the Humanities National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards.The middle school student represented Girlstories Leadership Theater as one of 15 programs chosen from more than 400 nominees. The program was the only one in the southeast United States to receive the award.Girlstories programs are designed for middle school girls who,through theater arts,share their personal story to elementary school girls increasing their confidence, communication skills and self-esteem.NATIONAL MERIT COMMENDED STUDENTSPasco High in Dade City has announced that Kristina N.May has been named a Commended Student in the 2011 National Merit Scholarship Program. Tampa Catholic High also announced two National Merit Commended Scholars. They are Peter Gonzalez and Rebekah Repasky. The program recognized 34,000 students nationally for their academic promise.ODESSA ELEMENTARY FORMAL DEDICATIONPasco County Schools officially dedicated Odessa Elementary School on Oct.27 in a 10:30 a.m.ceremony in the school's cafeteria.The school,at 1874 Ketzel Drive in New Port Richey,was built for a capacity of 756 schools and opened this fall with 630 students.The Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce sponsored the ribbon-cutting ceremony and the school's chorus performed.FUN STUFF TO DO BIKE FUN RUN FOR SCHOLARSHIPSThe 5th Annual Fun Run presented by the Pasco County Association of Educational Office Professionals (PCAEOP) Scholarship Committee will be held on Saturday,Nov.6 Proceeds benefit high school seniors who attend Pasco County Schools.Registration begins at 10:30 a.m.at Gulf Coast Harley Davidson in New Port Richey with four additional stops.First bike out at 11 a.m.,last bike in at 3 p.m.,at VFW Post No.4412 in Hudson.Donations are $15 for rider and $10 for passenger.The run is open to two and four wheel vehicles.There will also be door prizes,50/50,live D.J.,free barbecue and a bike show with trophies awarded.For information,call Kathi at (813) 794-2418 or (727) 774-2418.EAST PASCO ADVENTIST FALL FESTIVALA bounce house,inflatable slide,a dunk tank,hayride and hot dogs are among the offerings at East Pasco Adventist Academy's annual Fall Festival from 1-4 p.m.Nov.7. Admission is free and tickets for food and rides are available at the door.The academy is at 38434 Centennial Road in Dade City. For more information go to www.epaacademy.org or call(352) 567-3646.SAINT LEO PUTS ON "HAIRSPRAY"Saint Leo University's Music and Drama Ministry is putting on the Broadway musical "Hairspray."The performances are scheduled at 7 p.m.Thursday,Nov.4;7 p.m.Friday, Nov.5;and at 2 p.m.and 7 p.m.Saturday. Nov.6. The second week will follow the same pattern with performances at:7 p.m. Thursday,Nov.11;7 p.m.Friday,Nov.12;and at 2 p.m.and 7 p.m.Saturday.Nov.13. The performances will be at the university's Marmion Center,to the west of the campus'main entrance.The campus is at 33701 SR 52.Tickets are $10 for adults;$9 for seniors;$5 for students from high schools or other colleges;and free for children 5 and younger.Tickets can be reserved in advance by calling (352) 558-8331 during weekday business hours.WESLEY CHAPEL HIGH PTSA YARD SALEThe Wesley Chapel High Parent-TeacherStudent Association is hosting a yard sale from 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m.Nov.6 at the corner of Old Pasco Road and Country Club.Items for sale include clothes,furniture and other items.RUSHE FALL DINNER THEATERThe performing arts classes at Charles S. Rushe Middle School will have two dinner concerts at 5 p.m.and 7 p.m.Nov.4 in the school's cafeteria.The Rushe bands,chorus and drama students will be performing. Tickets are $10 at the door.If you like pasta and the performing arts,you can choose a 5 p.m.or 7 p.m.seating.The Scholastic Book Fair will also be in the media center that night.COLLEGE ADMISSIONS REGISTRATION OPEN FOR ACT TESTRegistration is open now until Nov.5 for students wishing to take the ACT achievement test Dec.11.The ACT tests what students have learned in school,not their aptitude for learning.Some colleges use ACT scores as part of their admission process. The ACT has four sections Ð English,mathematics,reading and science.It takes about three hours to complete.For more information,go to www.actstudent.org.UPCOMING EVENTS BISHOP MCLAUGHLIN OPEN HOUSEBishop McLauglin Catholic High School, 13651 Hays Road in Spring Hill,is having an open house from 1-4 p.m.Nov.14. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS November 3,2010 5 By Shannon EdingerLaker/Lutz News CorrespondentThe changing of the season marks the return of AutoFest,hosted by Zephyrhills Festivals Inc.and Zephyrhills Auction Inc. The 26th Annual Fall AutoFest will take place Nov.11-14,and will open at 8 a.m. each day. Tim Sierra,who works for Zephyrhills Festivals and Auction,says the Fall AutoFest will have an antique collector car auction, swap meet,car corral and exhibition racing on a quartermile dirt track. The antique collector car auction will take place Friday,Nov.12 and Saturday,Nov. 13.The auction will begin at 11 a.m.on Friday and 9:30 a.m.on Saturday.It will be a gathering of buyers and sellers with special vehicles such as street rods,muscle cars, classics,racecars,specialty trucks and motorcycles up for auction.A total of 290 cars, both domestic and foreign,will be accepted at the auction for both days.There is an array of consigned auction vehicles so far ranging from Ford coupes to fully loaded Chevy Corvettes. The swap meet is one of the festival's highlights. "There are a lot of new and used auto parts and accessories found here," Sierra said.The swap meet is held in a massive area where people can find car parts and collectibles ranging from engines and transmissions to souvenirs such as T-shirts and old gas pump signs. The car corral area of the swap meet is where there are vehicles for sale. There are primarily domestic and some foreign cars ranging from fair to excellent condition for sale at the car corral."Unlike the auction,the car corral allows people to deal with the owner directly," Sierra said. There is also a vintage auto-racing event that takes place Friday through Sunday at 10:30 a.m.Warm-ups will take place on Thursday.There will be stock cars,sprint cars and midgets racing in the event.Stock cars have the appearance of typical family sedans,but are built to race.Sprint cars are single-seated,open-wheeled racing machines that vary in appearance,and midgets are similar to sprint cars,but they are more compact.The older midgets are typically narrower and taller than the newer midgets.General admission grants access to all events. The festival park is located at 2738 Gall Blvd.(US 301) in Zephyrhills.Admission is $8 Thursday,$10 Friday and Saturday and $5 Sunday.There is free admission to children 12 and younger with paying adult. For more information about the festival or to find out how to register,visit www.zephyrhillsauction.com or call the park at (813) 782-0835.AutoFest returns to Zephyrhills Nov.11-14 Tommy Zee, of Zephyrhills, polishes his 1953 Henry J. Paint it pinkCarrollwood Day School students gather Oct. 1 as part of an event to call attention to National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The school held numerous activities around the campus to raise awareness about breast cancer and had a fundraising event to support the Susan G. Komen foundation. (Photo courtesy of Carrollwood Day School) 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 Conference Room To Register: 1-877-534-3108 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 $50.00 OFF 33905 SR 54, Ste 101 •Wesley Chapel FL 33543813.355.4878 • www.osweightloss.com O. S. Weight Loss ClinicPhysician Monitored Program Affordable Prices and Proven Results• Physicals/EKG/Labs/Body Composition Analysis • MIC injections/Appetite suppressants/VitaminsReg. $200.00 • Follow up visits $45.00First visit includes:

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS November 3,2010 6 Land O'Lakes Swamp Fest returns for year twoBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comLast year a combined 15,000 people went to the inaugural year of the LOL Swamp Fest and the new annual tradition is back Friday-Sunday (Nov.5-7) at the Land O' Lakes Community Center. The three-day event actually had two versions in 2009,one in the spring at Land O' Lakes High and another the first weekend of November at the center,5401 Land O'Lakes Blvd.The birth of the festival coincided with the end of the Land O'Lakes Flapjack Festival,which had been at the center each autumn. Mike Connor,president of the Land O' Lakes High Athletic Booster Club,said the organization wanted to continue with a fall festival that could help the Gators'various programs. "We had been the sponsor of the midway rides at the Flapjack Festival,"Conner said."When that moved we all thought this community needed a festival like this,so we decided to bring it back." Conner said about 5,000 attended the spring version last year with another 10,000 coming last fall.He is expecting at least that many to come out again this year. The Swamp Fest will have many traditional fall festival elements from midway rides,games,vendors,carnival food and bands such as James Taylor and The Silver Eagle Band.Conner said there is also a pageant for boys and girls of all ages Nov.6 and also a free breakfast that remembers the now defunct event. "Saturday morning (Nov.6) there will be free pancakes provided by Beef ÔO'Brady's from 8-10,"Conner said."There is also a car show.Really there is something for everyone.It's free to park and get in." Things like food and midway games are how the event raises money for the booster club.Conner's three children graduated from Land O'Lakes High and participated in athletics,as did Darlene Harris'two. "I've stayed as a member of the athletic booster club because I enjoy volunteering for this worthwhile group,"said Harris,who is the club's secretary and vendor booth committee chairwoman."We help the athletic teams with purchases of safety equipment,give out college scholarships ($6,000 in 2010) to athletes and with other help." Conner said the club handles $250,000 in fundraising for the school's programs each year. "That all comes from fundraising from the community,"Conner said."It eases the burden of the school district to buy new equipment.We also pay for the participation fees for kids that can't afford it themselves." Rich Batchelor is an assistant principal at Land O'Lakes High and is managing the athletic department while athletic director Karen Coss is on maternity leave.He is very appreciative of what the event means for the school."The money from the Swamp Fest helps quite a few groups here,"Batchelor said."It also helps our clubs and organizations because they get a part of the money by helping at the event.The money will help the athletics by buying new uniforms,equipment,pays for banquets and helps offset travel cost.The booster club is a wonderful group that does a lot for the school."Conner,Harris and Batchelor each said the real key to the festival's success is what it does for the area. "The Swamp Fest brings our community together for some fun family entertainment," Harris said."I love seeing the kids and their parents enjoying the food,watching local kids dancing on stage,local bands playing and of course the fantastic fall weather.I hope you can come to the Swamp Fest and have some fun with us."Zachary Poole of Land O'Lakes rides around a carousel in a pink whale at Swamp Fest. (File photo, www.OurtownFLA.com)Annual event brings community together LOL Swamp FestivalWhere: Land O' Lakes Community Center,5401 Land O' Lakes Blvd. When: Friday,Nov.5-Sunday,Nov.7 Website: www.LOLswampfest.com Our ads arePROFITABLE!813. 909 . 2800Call to make money....

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS November 3,2010 8 By Samantha Taylor Pure Health Studios How great is a coffee shop that serves organic coffee and food while donating 10 percent of its proceeds to missions? I am talking about this new place in Lutz called A Cup of Organic. It lives by the slogan:the coffee that gives back. When I walked in,I was greeted by a very friendly guy named Joel who said, "Our goal is to create an environment and a business that shares love,hope,encouragement and healthy food." Even if that isn't your cup of tea,the awesome atmosphere fostered in this place is undeniable.A Cup of Organic doesn't only sell organic coffee;most of their menu features organic creations from sandwiches to muffins,so I picked out the best thing I could find for you:a 100 percent organic panini on whole wheat bread. Even their vegetables,cheese and turkey are organic,which is great since organic food is hard to find in a restaurant. Plus,the bread is baked fresh in their family bakery. To complement my sandwich,I ordered the organic tomato bisque soup; mmmm,it was delicious! You know me though;I took half the sandwich home but you can order half a sandwich and a cup of soup for only $5.99.It's refreshing to walk into a store where you feel like you are being welcomed into someone's own home. They even have huge leather couches that you can sink into and enjoy your organic cup of Joe.As if that weren't enough,they make their coffee even healthier by offering almond milk and agave nectar as sweetener.I encourage you to check out this place. After my meal,I had a great laugh because I soon found myself singing worship songs as Joel pulled out his acoustic guitar and put my singing skill to a test.What an experience! HEALTHY ORDERING Coffee shop offers organic goodnessEating out is a staple of American life, but it is also one reason why we are heavier than ever before. Samantha Taylor, owner of Pure Health Studios, offers tips on how to make responsible choices while dining out at area restaurants. For more information,on healthy ordering,visit Samantha Taylor's blog at www.thisisfit.com.By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Land O'Lakes Rowing Club's Row and Paddle for Hospice event brought about 60 people to Lake Saxon Park in Land O' Lakes Oct.23. The goal was to raise money for the HPH Hospice and the club brought in $1,550 for the organization. "The atmosphere was fun and exciting and everyone wants to do it again next year," said Mary Jane Kranendonk,founder of the club."The Stewards Foundation brought their crews and were nice enough to leave another rowing shell for our Land O'Lakes team to use.Overall it was a wonderful day."The event included rowing and paddling demonstrations,races,food vendors and massages for those who wanted to loosen up their muscles before or after the exercise. The money raised will go to the hospice, which helped the Kranendonk family deal with the loss of Kranendonk's oldest son, Thomas,three years ago. Laura Finch,of Wesley Chapel,is HPH's manager of bereavement services and children assistance programs.She said it is the generosity of people like Kranendonk and the club that make it possible for them to help families in grief.The club has about 15 members who are mainly from Land O'Lakes,but also has rowers from Lutz,Odessa and one from Brooksville.The group started earlier this year and rows Saturday or Sunday mornings at 7:30 a.m. For more information on the club,e-mail lolrowing@gmail.com.Row and Paddle for Hospice raises $1,550 From left are rowers Mary Cooley, Jeanette Phillips, Leslie Stanford and Barb Hayes while Mary Jane Kranendonk directs them at Row and Paddle for Hospice Oct. 23. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS November 3,2010 10 Commotion in the ocean. His air hose broke! Lots of troubles. Lots of bubbles. He was in a jam! ÔWas in a giant clam!!!ÐRock Lobster, The B-52sBy Randall GranthamCommunity ColumnistI read in the news about a guy getting sentenced to almost two years in jail for having undersized lobster.They cut his son/co-defendant a break and "only"gave him 18 months in the Monroe County Jail for participating in the great lobster heist. Being a fifth-generation Floridian and an avid hunter and fisher,I will admit that, at first blush,I thought the sentence a little harsh. Then,when I looked at the rest of the article about the lobster mobsters,I saw that they had 277 undersized wrung lobster tails and therefore knew what they were doing.Especially when Johnny Law saw them toss the box containing their catch overboard and try to flee. Clearly,they were in the wrong and were abusing the resource.But they're not the first lobster mobster and maybe their sentence will make the original mobster feel better about his punishment. The original Lobster Mobster,way before the Little Mermaid used the term,is Ray Odor.He is 80-plus years old,started diving in the 1940s and is a local legend. His love of the underwater began in 1946 when he swam in Weekie Wachee Spring, again,way before it was commercialized and made into a park. Swimming there during his first furlough from the army,his brother had him put on a mask and watch when a pretty girl dove from the 15-foot tower.As her halter-top came down,freeing the puppies,he swore an allegiance to the depths. He had to invent his own gear based on trial and error and a book by some guy named "Jock"Cousteau and,in 1958,he opened the first commercial skindiving shop in the area.The term SCUBA had not yet gained popularity. He still dives and spear fishes (and sells his own line of accessories) and you can read all about him at www.spearfishing.cc. But the reason I write about him here,is that he served a stint,himself,in the Monroe County Jail for illegal lobster. Although I think he had too many as opposed to too small,he too got busted. According to his rap song that you can listen to on his website,he is the original Lobster Mobster.He was lobstering in the Keys and they caught him and put him in the pokey.He ended up doing 38 days, but they also forfeited his brand new SUV and converted it to a Florida Marine Patrol vehicle. Ray doesn't go down to the Keys anymore,but,he still has some stories to tell and some artifacts and seashells to show. After talking to him for a few hours recently,I couldn't wait to go out the next day to catch some legal dinner. Lobster mobsters catch heck from Johnny Law COMMENTARY Randall C.Grantham is a lifelong resident of Lutz who practices law from his offices on Dale Mabry Highway.He can be reached at LutzLaw@aol.com. Copyright 2010 RCG.To comment on this or anything else,e-mail the editor at news@cnewspubs.com and for past columns go to cnewspubs.com. Hike Hospiceforbenefiting Gulf side R e gional Hospice Walk in memory or honor of your loved one at Gulfside Regional Hospices fourth annual 5K Hike for Hospice on Sunday, November 14 at 9 a.m. at Wesley Chapel District Park. Join Gulfsides friend Mike Alstott , former Tampa Bay Buccaneers player, when he kicks off the Hike for Hospice ! Get “ t, have fun and help hospice at the Hike! 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BUSINESS SENSE NEW TAMPA ROTARY PROGRAMThe Rotary Club of New Tampa will host Mary Ellen Elia,superintendent of Hillsborough County public schools,at the breakfast meeting at 7 a.m.Nov.5 at Tampa Palms Golf & Country Club,5811 Tampa Palms Blvd.Elia will take a timely look at the school system in light of the statewide election.For information,call Karen Frasier at (813) 375-2663 or visit www.newtamparotary.org.F AMIL Y HEAL TH ALZHEIMER'S FAMILY SEMINARS:-Nov.4,10 a.m.,Westbrooke Manor,6701 Dairy Road in Zephyrhills,(813) 782-4417. Free respite care. -Nov.9,2 p.m.,Edwinola,14235 Edwinola Way in Dade City,(352) 567-6500. -Nov.22,3 p.m.,Zephyr Haven Health & Rehab,38250 Ave.A in Zephyrhills,(813) 782-5508. -Nov.23,4:30 p.m.,Dynamic Seniors Adult Day Care,4729 Allen Road in Zephyrhills, (813) 782-8843. -Nov.28,2 p.m.,Heritage Park,37135 Coleman Ave.in Dade City,(352) 567-8615.BEREAVEMENT COUNSELINGGulfside Regional Hospice will host bereavement seminars called "Getting Through the Holidays"at West Winds Assisted Living Facility,37411 Eiland Blvd.in Zephyrhills at 3:30 p.m.Nov.8;and at The Edwinola,14235 Edwinola Way in Dade City at 3:30 p.m.Dec.9.The seminars offer ways to help family members through the holidays that can be difficult for survivors. For information,call (727) 844-3946.LUNCH AND LEARN SESSIONThe Foundation for Wellness Professionals and Quantum Vitality Centres will host a lunch and learn session from 12-1 p.m.Nov. 10 at the Seven Oaks clubhouse,2910 Sports Core Circle in Wesley Chapel.The topic is Managing Neuropathy Without Drugs.Admission is free.Light refreshments will be served.Space is limited. Reservations are required.For information, call (813) 973-4747.REMEMBRANCE SERVICESHPH Hospice will host Remembrance services at 2 p.m.and 6 p.m.Nov.11 at its hospice campus located at 37445 Clinton Ave.in Dade City.Chaplains will lead the hour-long services to remember and honor loved ones.Children are welcome.For information,call (800) 486-8784 or visit www.HPH-Hospice.org.F AMIL Y ENTER T AINMENT CONCERT TICKET GIVEAWAYWin two tickets and a limo ride to see Elton John in Lakeland Nov.21.Stop by Goin' Postal or Hut no.8 in Zephyrhills for details and enter to win.Goin'Postal is located at 4941 Fourth St.Hut no.8 is located at 38435 Fifth Ave.Odds of winning depend on number of valid entries.Enter by Nov. 13.No purchase necessary.NIGHT SAFARI RETURNSBusch Gardens brings back Serengeti Night Safari Nov.5,13,20 and 27 and Dec.4,11 and 18.Venture through Edge of Africa to witness the active nighttime behaviors of hippos,lions and hyenas lit only by moonlight and lanterns.The nighttime experience begins and ends in the Safari Club,with appetizers and adult beverages before the excursion and a nightcap complete with coffee and desserts after.The Serengeti Night Safari begins between 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.The cost is $60 per person, plus tax.Admission is not included and is not required.Guests must be 21 years of age or older to participate.For reservations, call (888) 800-5447 or visit BuschGardens.com.CRAFT SHOW AND BAZAARFirst Christian Church,6040 Eighth St.in Zephyrhills is hosting their Christmas Craft Show & Bazaar from 8 a.m.-12 p.m.Nov.20 in Fellowship Hall.Come and do your Christmas shopping early.DISCOVER THE AR TS AMERICAN ART ON DISPLAYThe North Tampa Arts League offers a sampling of paintings from local eclectic American artist Terry Klaaren on display through Nov.31 at the Great Frame Up in Wesley Chapel.Klaaren's subjects range from landscapes of American National Parks and Europe to local scenes and candid portraits.A "Meet the Artist,Hear the Stories"reception is from 6-9 p.m.Nov.5. The gallery will host an artist demonstration from 3-5 p.m.Nov.20.The Great Frame Up is located at 1646 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.in Tampa.For information,call (813) 994-6700.BLANTON BAPTIST HOSTS AUTHORBlanton Baptist Church is hosting Jennifer Rothschild,nationally known speaker, singer and author in a special video presentation,beginning Nov.7 at 5:30 p.m. Various guest musicians will open the service each week during the seven-week series.Guests include Frankie and Carole Croft,Russell Guynn and Judy Karppe,H.C. and Diane Nesbitt,Shirleen Grant,Jim Chase,David and Pat Tucker,and others.The church is located at 17351 Hyland Lane in Dade City.For information,call the church office at (352) 521-7047.Office hours are Tuesday and Wednesday,8 a.m.-4 p.m.CONTEMPORARY JAZZ ARTISTThe Center for the Arts at Wesley Chapel presents smooth jazz recording artist,Eric Darius and the Eric Darius Quartet in a benefit concert for the center's educational programs.The performance is at 7:30 p.m. Nov.12.Tickets are $20 for adults,$10 for seniors and students.The center is located at 30651 Wells Road in Wesley Chapel.For information,call (813) 794-8772.THE BEAUTY WITHIN SCENT-SATIONAL EVENINGDillard's at The Shops at Wiregrass will host a "scentsational" evening from 59 p.m.Nov.11, including makeup artists, drawings for prizes, entertainment, refreshments and various gifts with purchase.Book your appointment and reserve your spot with a $35 gift card.Use the gift card toward your purchases.Book ahead to register for drawings and to receive a goody bag. Dillard's is located at 28335 Paseo Drive in Wesley Chapel.For information,call June Wilson at (813) 991-1352 ext.5014.JOIN THE CLUB TOASTMASTERS CLUBWesley Chapel Speaks Toastmasters Club, part of Toastmasters International,invites you to sharpen or learn communication and leadership skills in a friendly supportive surrounding.The club currently meets on the first and third Monday of each month from 6:15-7:30 p.m.on the second floor of the Hyundai dealership,25000 Wesley Chapel Blvd.in Wesley Chapel.For information,call (813) 406-5931.CONSERVATIVE CLUB MILESTONEThe Conservative Club of East Pasco celebrated its membership objective of 100 members at their Oct.18 meeting.The renamed club set its member goal to be achieved by Nov.1.Ruthann True and Dot Worrell were recognized as 100 and 101 members.The club consists of business and professional men,women and senior citizens who are staunch conservatives and advocates of conservative values.For information,visit www.conservativeclubeastpasco.org.Your Community Calendar • Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com • All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS November 3,2010 11 COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT BATTLE OF THE SALONS AND SPAS Several area salons are battling it out to raise money for Vixens Against Violence,a benefit for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Book your beauty appointment for Nov.6 and 10 percent of the proceeds go to the charity.Raffle prizes and drawings,special deals,purple VAV manicures and pedicures,and onsite donation drop boxes.Participants include: -Stars Organic Spa Group,2136 Ashley Oaks Circle in Wesley Chapel,(813) 973-8787. -Bangs and Blondes LLC Salon and Spa, 5701 Gray Road in Wesley Chapel, (813) 994-2337. -Susan's Mane Tamers,18476 US Hwy. 41 North in Lutz,(813) 949-6263. For more information and updated participant list,visit www.VixensAgainstViolence.com. All Dinners Homemade N.Y. Style Pizza Homemade Cheesecake Spaghetti & MeatballsItalian American Restaurant Fine Italian Cuisine37502 SR 54 West Zephyrhills782-2856 Voted best of Pasco in Casual Dining, Fine Dining, Kid Friendly and Best Kept Secret! 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS November 3,2010 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 Archie helps owners healArchie probably is a mix between a Boston terrier and a pug. Archie's owners brought him home after losing their Dalmatian Snuffy of 12 years. Archie was in some pain and could not jump from the floor to a chair. Now he is completely healed and runs and plays in the fenced yard. In the process, he filled up the hole in his owners'hearts. Proud owners are Bev and Bill Dennis of Dade City. COMMUNITY SUPPORT Breakfast to help food pantryThrivent Financial for Lutherans is partnering with local businesses and churches to host a pancake breakfast to raise funds for the Helping Hands Food Pantry of Pasco County.Food will be donated by Wolf's Den Restaurant in Wesley Chapel.The breakfast is 7-11 a.m.Nov.6 at Atonement Lutheran Church,29617 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel.The cost is $4.50 for adults,$2 for children under 12,and free for children under 6.Paper shoes support hospiceStop in at any Gulfside Regional Hospice's Thrift Shoppe and purchase a paper shoe for a $1 donation in memory and honor of a loved one."It is so inspiring to go into one of our Thrift Shops and see the shoes on display.The shoes humanize what the Hike for Hospice is about Ð walking in memory and honor of our loved ones,"said Gulfside's president and CEO Linda Ward.Thrift shops are at the following locations: Dade City Thrift Shoppe,37925 Sky Ridge Circle,(813) 782-7200 Zephyrhills Thrift Shoppe,36504 SR 54, (813) 788-5461.Casino night raises $10,000The Rotary Club of New Tampa's 5th Annual Casino Night Oct.22 raised more than $10,000 to donate to area schools and charities.The club is grateful to all the sponsors and in-kind donors for their support. The Rotary Club of New Tampa meets at 7 a.m.every Friday at Tampa Palms Golf and Country Club.Business and community leaders are welcome.For membership information,call Karen Frashier at (813) 375-2663.MOSI receives gift for exhibitThe Museum of Science and Industry received a gift of $50,000 from Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute to support The Amazing You exhibition.The exhibit is a state-of-the-art exhibition on health,wellness and prevention that explores developmental milestones at each stage of life."MOSI is extremely honored to receive this gift from Florida Cancer Specialists,and we look forward to working with them for many years to come on our newest permanent exhibition,The Amazing You,"said Alicia Slater-Haase,senior vice president of marketing and development at MOSI.MOSI is located at 4801 E.Fowler Ave.in Tampa. Elks Lodge supports communityThe 10th anniversary of the Pregnancy Care Center of Zephyrhills was celebrated Oct. 15 at the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. The theme was "Committed to Caring" and the guest speaker was State Representative Will Weatherford. Pictured left to right are Terry Luna, director of the pregnancy center, accepting a check from Mary Crosier, exalted ruler and Emilie Mastin, community activities chairman, of the Zephyrhills Elks Lodge. The Elks continue to support many community programs through donations. 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 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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BELIEVES IN THE 3 R'S Recuperation,Rehab & Returning Home. Designated Rapid Rehab Unit offers Skilled Nursing,Physical,Occupational and Speech Therapy. Specializing in the treatment of Neurological,Orthopedic and Cardiovascular conditions. Outpatient Rehabilitation Alzheimer's/Dementia Unit Long-Term Care Tours available anytime!38250 A.Ave.• Zephyrhills 813-782-5508 rhonda.millim@zephyrhaven.com813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS November 3,2010 14 do that." Kurt Keith,Pepper's project manager for the job,said about 90 people are working on the construction each day. Ron Garraffa,Pepper's construction manager,gave more of the credit to the county's proactive approach. "They delivered everything we needed from the start,"Garraffa said."Everything was worked out with the utility companies,the right-of-way (land) was bought and finished up front. "A lot of time right-of-way or utilities lag behind and we can't go fully into the job and that's like playing football on a field that's only 50-yards long,"Garraffa said."Here we had basically all 100 yards to work on from the start." Pepper,based in Clearwater,was founded in 1994 and is owned by Terry Cradick and Doug Ebbers. "SR 54 is the largest project in terms of financial at $28 million,"Cradick,Pepper's president."The length is also one of the largest we've done." The project is the most expensive in Pasco history at $105.2 million,according to Shepherd.Only $28 million is for the construction,about 27 percent of the price tag, with another $74.2 million from right-ofway land purchase and $3 million for planning and design."That is a large percentage for a project," Mulieri said."The businesses were right up next to the road and we needed to buyout some of them to do the project.We've learned from that and now we have a row-acquisition policy so development has to be far enough away from roads for future widening."Terry Wright of Land O'Lakes,who works in Wesley Chapel east of the project, is pleased to hear the project is ahead of schedule. "The construction slows things down and the speed limit is only 35 (mph) through there when it was higher before," Wright said. The project has done more than slowSR 54,from page 1force-out play at a base is hard to remember."Brunner said players can stay involved in Special Olympics even after completing their education for as long as they want. She added there are no other adult teams in Pasco,but Gulf and Mitchell high schools each have teams in the younger division.The 'Cats and Dogs got to the state tournament on the strength of their 4-0 record while outscoring opponents 34-5 including a 5-2 win against the Bombers (3-1).The teams practice together each Saturday at Zephyrhills High and the spirited jabbing between the squads is still evident. "That was fun to beat them,"said 'Cats and Dogs catcher Dustin Chancey,19."We can say we beat them." Chancey,of Zephyrhills,won a gold medal on a unified softball team while he attended Wiregrass Ranch High in Wesley Chapel.Unified teams have a mix of Special Olympics and traditional athletes. Ross Cleveland,of Land O'Lakes,has played on the Bombers for three years andOLYMPICS,from page 1joined the force and another 15 who are expected to finish training and orientation in January.The reason the new staff cannot prevent the two-person engines is there is no longer the budget for as much overtime as before.If only a few personnel call in sick,there would not be enough money to fill in. "The National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) recommendations are to have four on each engine and our director of fire rescue Anthony Lopinto had been working for years to get us to those standards,"Hitchcock said. The NFPA's recommendations are not rules,but more like industry best practice guidelines.Hillsborough County also cannot afford to staff all of its 45 engines with four personnel,according to Hillsborough Fire Rescue spokesman Raymond Yeakley. "All of our engines always have three and some have four,"Yeakly said."We'd like to have as many people working the fires as we can to get them out fast and keep the firefighters safe.We'd like to follow theRESCUE,from page 1Cathleene Kiel Tokish;"It May Be a Zoo in Here,But it's a Jungle Out There,"by Pat Reeves;and,"Clowns to the Right,Jokers to the Left,"by Paula Lewis. While many of the 116 members of the Cypress Creek Quilter's Guild will have quilts on display,the show is just one of many of the guild's activities throughout the year. Guild members come from many communities,including Land O'Lakes,Lutz, Wesley Chapel,Odessa,New Port Richey, Tampa,Brandon and Mulberry.The vast majority of members are women,but there are three male members Ð and the group welcomes more. Besides quilting,guild members said theyQUILTS,from page 1traffic on SR 54.It has also forced the temporary closing of roads connecting with the highway.Boyette Road was closed to through traffic from June 19 to Aug.15 and Curley is closed until Nov.5,both to work on the intersection with SR 54. While there is some temporary pain from the project,Wright sees the positives. "I'm happy they're doing the project because the road really needs to be wider and it's good news that it will be done sooner," Wright said. Wright's comments fit in line with what Pepper's employees have been hearing. "In the beginning,like with most projects,you hear a lot of concerned people," Garraffa said."As we get the information to them they've been very receptive and I haven't really heard anything directly negative about the job we've been doing." Mulieri said of the project,"I haven't heard much negative either and most people knew the widening was needed.We needed the infrastructure to move people and bring goods and services to the area and it's already helping to bring more jobs.T. Rowe Price is bringing 1,600 jobs to the area and they told me it was because of the building of needed roads like (SR) 54." Shepherd said the contract with Pepper says the road will be completed by March 2012.While he said there is not a new opening date,he added Pepper is working so ahead of schedule it is making it almost impossible for them to fail."For us,this is a very exciting job,"Cradick said."Just seeing all the cars that drive on the road lets you know how important it is to the area.It's going to help the people and the businesses and that's important to us."The connection with the road is even bigger for Garraffa because his parents live in east Pasco and he drives on SR 54 to visit them."We're in the construction business because we like building things,"Garraffa said. "When you step back and see what the job is doing for an area like Pasco County,that makes it really hit home with what we're doing." plays first base.The 6-foot-3 27-year-old said he plays the position because that is where his favorite MLB players Albert Pujols and Paul Konerko play. "Hopefully we can win first place this time,"Cleveland said."É My team won first place (in states) in soccer once and that was really cool." Both coaches said the teams are better than last year.One of the new additions to the Bombers is Wesley Chapel resident Dolapo Adetutu,20.Brunner said he is a natural athlete and already is one of the top players on the team. "I like catching and hitting the ball," Adetutu said."I like hitting a little better.É Sometimes I try and hit it far and sometimes I just try and get on base." Brunner said Starnes,of Zephyrhills,is one of the best athletes on the younger squad,but he gives all the credit to everyone else on the team. "We have good pitchers like Phillip (Olsen) and Andreas (Torres),good hitters and we play good defense,"Starnes said."É We have great coaches.We wouldn't have made it so far without them." enjoy trying new tools of the trade,attending workshops to learn new techniques and designs,shopping at fabric stores to add more material to their stash and using their talents to help various charities. They make Quilts of Valor to give to service members who have been injured in the war on terror.They also make Breast Cancer Heart Pillows for patients recovering from mastectomies;walker caddies for people in nursing homes;and quilts for kids at Hope Children's Home. The guild meets at 6 p.m.the first Tuesday of each month at the Lutz Community Center,101 1st Ave.,N.E.in Lutz.Anyone who is interested in joining the guild or learning more about it should go to www.cypresscreekquilters.org. NFPA standards." Yeakley said when an active fire is reported,more than one engine always reports to the scene in Hillsborough.He said usually about 15 people are at such an emergency. Hillsborough has 42 stations,three of which are based in Lutz including No.34 at 6415 Van Dyke Road,No.40 at 16304 N. Nebraska Ave and No.24,also known as the volunteer fire station,at 129 W.Lutz-Lake Fern Road.There are also stations near Lutz in Northdale and by University Community Hospital.Hitchcock said there may be a possibility of increasing the four engines back to three personnel in Pasco after the 15 new staff start next year.He added it is too early to tell if that would free up enough overtime money."We work hard to maintain our skill level and knowledge of what to do in a rescue situation,"Hitchcock said."We all have to do 14 hours of in-house training each month to stay at that high level.The people of Pasco can rest assured knowing we are doing everything to keep them safe." 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS November 3,2010 16 Bulldogs baseball golf eventThe Zephyrhills High baseball team will have a charity golf tournament Nov.13 at 8:30 a.m.at Silverado Golf & Country Club,36841 Clubhouse Drive in Zephyrhills.First-year Bulldogs coach Rick Anderton,who was born in Zephyrhills,brought back the event after a several year hiatus.The tournament is $60 per player and includes contests,dinner and a raffle.To sign up or for more information,call (813) 713-7060.Sports college exposure seminarIt's Game Time,a group that gives seminars on how to prepare high school student-athletes for college,will be hosting a sports Check This Out college exposure seminar for all athletics at 4 p.m.Nov.13 at 5105 School Road in Land O' Lakes.The company has more than 20 years experience of having the free seminar,which is open to the public.Recreational winter basketballThe Pasco County Parks and Recreation Department and the Land O' Lakes Recreation Complex will have a noncompetitive winter basketball league for boys and girls ages 7-15.To register,visit the complex,3032 Collier Parkway,Dec.14 from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. The cost is $35 per child.Games will likely be played Thursdays or Saturdays.Interested coaches should call (813) 929-1220 by Dec.2.Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comIn the 11-year history of Wesley Chapel High no boy's golf team had ever reached the state tournament until now. "Really this is something we couldn't have planned any better,"said Wesley Chapel senior Brandon Mumaw."We have a lot of seniors and this is our last chance to get to states." The Wildcats shot 319,which was tied with Saddlebrook Prep after 18 holes.The two district rivals went to a playoff,which the Wildcats took to claim the Class 1A, Region 3 championship. "It didn't look good early,but the kids regrouped and truly every shot mattered,"said Wesley Chapel coach Alan Black."They knew they were going to states when they got to the playoff because the top two teams advance,so they were able to play loose. Saddlebrook has been our big rival the last bunch of years,so you couldn't have written a better script for us." The program first coincides with Black's last season.Black has been at Wesley Chapel since the school opened after spending 10 years at Land O'Lakes High. "I've been on the team for four years now and we've been getting better each year,"Brandon said."When we started the year we knew we'd have a chance to get to states and send coach Black out on top.It really is something special." Coach Black has taken two individual golfers to states before,including Cameron Knight who won the 2004 2A state title. "The team finished third in districts,but the top three advance,"said Wildcats athletic director Steve Mumaw."The kids had high expectations,but probably didn't think they'd win the championship.Before every tournament they said to each other they needed to win for coach Black,so they put pressure on themselves all year and it's great to see them win." Steve is also Brandon's father. "I'm proud of all the kids,not just my son,"Steve said."Jacob (Fleck) went out and shot 2-under and was great all day.I've been around the team for four years because Brandon is on the team,so I've seen them grow up and get better." Fleck's tournament low 70 claimed the individual championship.He also won the Sunshine Athletic Conference Oct.11. Coach Black did not make any dramatic guarantees for the state tournament,but does believe the Wildcats can compete with the other teams at states. "We've compared scores and some of the teams we're going against are very good,"Black said."A lot of the teams are private schools that usually have very skilled golfers,but we beat some of those kinds of teams in regionals too.All we can do is play our best and see where we end up at the end of the tournament." Riehle qualifies for statesSaddlebrook Prep girl's golfer Lauren Riehle shot a 78 at the 1A-3 regional tournament Oct. 25, good enough to send her to the state tournament. Riehle qualified as an individual for regionals after winning her second straight district title the week before.Alan Black and Wildcat boys make statesBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Raymond B.Stewart Middle football team completed the first perfect season in program history Oct.26 by defeating Weightman Middle 41-6 at home. The Bulldogs (6-0) claimed the Eastside Conference championship with the win. The squad was also the co-champs last season with a 4-2 record. "It was a pleasure to coach this team," said Norman Scheuerman,who has coached Stewart for five years."We had a lot of eighth graders come back from last year and it was great to have them go out as outright champions this year." When Scheuerman took over five years ago,the Bulldogs did not have a winning reputation. "We had to change the whole atmosphere around here and get the kids excited and proud about their athletic program," Scheuerman said."They had a lot of 1-5 and 0-6 seasons because they weren't scoring." Scheuerman and the coaching staff have also gotten the community excited about the team.He said administration told himthe game against Weightman had the highest attendance of any home game in program history. "Our stands have been packed all year," Scheuerman said."People come up to me I don't even know and congratulate me on how the team has been doing.It's nice to see that support from the people of Zephyrhills." Putting up points also is no longer a problem for Stewart.The Bulldogs averaged just less than 32 points a game while they allowed less than six. Two of the key contributors on the offense and defense are Jaylan Pickett and Brandon Debyah. "It was a great year,"Debyah said."We thought we could win every game because we knew we were good.Last year we almost won every game.Our losses were really close." Scheuerman said the Bulldogs lost by a combined nine points in their two defeats in 2009. "In the end,it's just middle school football and a lot of these kids will go out and play on the high school team the next couple of years,but I'm happy the eighth graders could go out on top,"Scheuerman said."They can always say they were part of the first perfect team here." Stewart Middle results Defeated Centennial 28-10 Defeated Dr.John Long 21-6 Defeated Charles Ruche 27-0 Defeated Pasco 37-0 Defeated Pine View 36-12 Defeated Weightman 41-6Bulldogs first perfect season Brandon Mumaw and the Wesley Chapel boys golf team reached the first state tournament in school history. (File photos, www.Photosby3g.com) It took four John Long defenders to bring down Brandon Debyah in a game this year. (File photos, www.Photosby3g.com) Stewart Middle running back Jaylan Pickett was a key contributor this year. Stewart offensive coordinator Alan Reed speaks with Brandon Debyah (left) and Jaylan Pickett during the Bulldogs game against John Long.

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS November 3,2010 17 Class 5A District 5Plant 6-2 (2-0) Alonso 3-5 (1-1) Chamberlain 2-7 (1-1) Gaither 3-6 (0-2)Class 5A District 7Tampa Bay Tech 5-3 (2-0) Brandon 7-1 (1-1) Wharton 3-5 (1-1) Freedom 3-5 (0-2)Class 4A District 6Wiregrass Ranch 5-3 (4-0) Tarpon Springs 4-5 (3-1) Ridgewood 2-6 (2-2) River Ridge 2-6 (1-2) Fivay 1-4 (1-2) Hudson 0-8 (0-4)Class 3A District 7Pasco 8-0 (6-0) Land O' Lakes 7-1 (5-1) Sunlake 7-1 (5-1) Mitchell 5-4 (3-3) Gulf 5-4 (2-4) Wesley Chapel 3-6 (1-5) Anclote 2-6 (1-5) Zephyrhills 1-7 (1-5)Class 2A District 5Jesuit 8-0 (5-0) Robinson 7-1 (4-1) Middleton 3-5 (3-3) Lennard 5-3 (2-3) Strawberry Crest 4-4 (2-3) Steinbrenner 3-5 (2-3) St.Petersburg Catholic 1-7 (0-5)2010 HIGHSCHOOLFOOTBALLSTANDINGSZephyrhills Christian moves on to the semifinalsBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comZephyrhills Christian Academy took another step toward a state championship by defeating Elfers Christian 72-27 Oct.29 in the six-man football quarterfinals. The 72 points were the most scored by the Warriors (11-0) in their history. "They actually scored on us first,"said Zephyrhills Christian coach Mike Smith. "Then Dale Smith (Jr.) ran the next kickoff back for a score and we never looked back from there." Dale,who is a senior linebacker,also scored on an interception and a fumble return. Warriors quarterback Mikey Smith,an eighth grader and Mike's son,had a pair of touchdown passes in the game.Mike said the offensive star was Josh Roberts,who scored almost every time he touched the ball. "They just couldn't bring Josh down," Mike said."We didn't punt once all night and it was good to put up those kinds of numbers." Zephyrhills Christian's offense was clicking on all cylinders,but the defense was rusty after having a bye week in the first round of the six-man football playoffs.The Warriors allowed just 20 points and record-SPORTS Warriors quarterback Mikey Smith lines up under center in Zephyrhills Christian's game against Elfers Christian. (Photo courtesy of Mike Smith)Warriors down Elfers Christian 72-27Frizzle wins instant pro status at statesVivian Frizzle of the Zephyrhills Shuffleboard Club (ZSC) teamed with Mary McLin,of Betmar to come within an eyelash of winning the Florida State Championship at the Betmar Shuffleboard Club.In finishing runner-up,Frizzle qualified as an instant professional. In the men's division,the best match of the tournament was the very first one as Henry Strong and George Darwin of the ZSC drew the team of Earl Ball and Stan Williamson.The match was a three and a half hour war.Everyone that could pack themselves around the court was there and they were not disappointed as the match went three very close games. In the third game Strong and Darwin had their opponents by the throat ready to put them away with a 40-point lead,but somehow Ball and Williamson squirmed out and won on the last shot.The match took so much out of Ball and Williamson and they barely won the second match two games to one.They recovered to win the next match easily. In the quarter finals,Williamson got a lesson from Gerald Sharp,who is known as someone who can bury opponents in the kitchen.Sharp,of Betmar,buried Williamson in the kitchen one shot after another.Ball and Williamson survived and also defeated Walt Shine and Jerry Brandon,of Betmar,in the semi finals in two games. The title match was tough with Ball and Williamson winning game one and the ZSC team of Elmer Cox and Ernie Waldron won the second.The last game saw Cox and Waldron get off to a big lead,but their opponents roared back and Ball scored the winner before Cox and Waldron had a chance at their next two hammers. ÐKyle LoJacono The Wiregrass Ranch High girls swim team finished in fourth place at the Class 2A, District 5 tournament Oct.28 at the New Tampa YMCA,the highest of any east Pasco County school in the event.The Bulls had 227 points,coming in behind Land O'Lakes,Sunlake and Lecanto high schools. The Zephyrhills High girls swim team had 215 points, good enough for sixth place. Wesley Chapel placed 14th with 28. The Bulls boys also were the highest scoring east Pasco team,finishing sixth with 210 points.The Bulldogs boys came in just behind Wiregrass Ranch with 166.5 points.The Wildcats came in eighth with 123. ed eight shutouts in the regular season."I made a coaching mistake by not letting them hit in practice leading up to the game,"Mike said."I was worried about injuries.We usually hit really well in games and we came out flat and tried to make a lot of arm tackles.We won't make that mistake again because we'll be hitting in practice."The Warriors will next play in the semifinals against the No.3 seed Clearwater Academy (10-1) Nov.5 in their building, 34927 Eiland Blvd.at 7:30 p.m. This is the fourth season of the six-man league and the Warriors have made the semifinals each year.During the season many of the Warriors players,including Roberts,Mikey and Dale,said they feel they will win the state title this season. "We have to play our game to win,"Mike said."Clearwater has probably the best quarterback we're going to play against.He gets everyone involved and we'll need to play better defense if we're going to beat them. We need to believe in ourselves because we have a shot at this." Makayla Strickland is part of the Wiregrass Ranch girls 200-yard freestyle relay team that won with a time of 1:49:37. Johnathan Cooksey and the Zephyrhills boys swim team came in seventh in the district tournament.Wiregrass Ranch places fourth in districts Be Yourself. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS November 3,2010 20 LIBRARIESBy Hudson Reynolds For three years,the Friends of the Hugh Embry Library has been co-sponsoring the Adult Crafts Series,a monthly program of free public courses in arts and crafts.Adult participants can expect a relaxing hands-on experience taught by skilled artists from the Dade City area. Recently,local volunteer Kathy Reynolds taught exercises in line drawing,3-D perspective art,portraits,and landscapes.Reynolds is a professional artist with more than 30 years of experience,specializing in portraits and oil painting.This was her first presentation for the library.Upcoming crafts will include stained glass ornamentson Nov. 17 and decoupage on Dec.15. The Adult Crafts Series runs from October through March,taking place on the third Wednesday of every month, from 6Ð7:45 pm,at the Hugh Embry Library.Participants are required to sign up,and seats are limited.For details about the Adult Crafts Series,or any of the many other library programs, eGovernment services,computer classes, SCORE Small Business Seminars, Children's Story times,Book Discussion Group,etc,the library can be contacted at (352) 567-3576.Friends of Hugh Embry Library Crafts SeriesLocal library events will be published the first week of every month.Hugh Embry Library--Friends of the Library Used Book Bazaar,10 a.m.to 3 p.m.Nov.5-6 --Laptop Computer Basics,10 a.m. Nov.9,registration required. --How to Market in This Economy, 5:30 p.m.Nov.10 --Teen Anime/Manga Club,4 p.m. Nov.12 --Fun Factory for Tweens,2 p.m. Nov.13 --Hugh Embry Book Club,2 p.m.Nov. 16 --After Work Craft Hour,6 p.m. Nov.17 --Teen Gaming Day,4 p.m.Nov.18 --Senior Cards & Socials,1 p.m. Nov.19 --Tween Fridays,3 p.m.Nov.19 --Family Movie Matinee,2 p.m. Nov.20 --Iron Chef,2 p.m.Nov.24 --Toddler Storytime,ages 1-2, 10:15 a.m.on Wednesdays through Nov. 17.Registration required. --Preschool Storytime,ages 3-5,11 a.m.on Wednesdays through Nov.17. Registration required. The library is located at 14215 Fourth Street,in Dade City,and can be reached at (352) 567-3576.New River Library--Basic Computer Skills I,10-11:30 a.m.Nov.5--Mouse Exercise 10-11:30 a.m.Nov.12--Intro.To Internet & Email,1011:30 a.m.Nov.19Registration required for above classes--Anime & Manga Club for teens, 6:30 p.m.Nov.4--First Saturday Book Club,10 a.m. Nov.6 --The "Knit-Witts"Knitting Club, 11 a.m.Nov.6 --Gaming Club for teens,2 p.m.Nov.6 and Nov.20 --Senior Social,2 p.m.Nov.12 --Craft Corner,2 p.m.Nov.13 --Teen Field Day,2 p.m.Nov.13 --Craft Corner,2 p.m.Nov.13 --Teen Art Competition,7 p.m.Nov.18 --Teen Advisory Board,6:30 p.m. Nov.18 --Beginning Spanish,10 a.m.Nov.20 --Tween Watercolor Workshop, 10 a.m.Nov.27 --Popcorn & a Movie,2 p.m.Nov.27 --Career Central's Mobile One-Stop, 9:30 a.m.to 3 p.m.the first Wednesday of each month. --Toddler Storytime,ages 1-2,10:15 a.m.on Wednesdays through Nov.24 --Preschool Storytime,ages 3-5,11 a.m.on Wednesdays through Nov.24 The library is located at 34043 SR 54, in Zephyrhills,and can be reached at (813) 788-6375.Upcoming library events New additions to Zephyr CommonsZephyr Commons Shopping Center announces the addition of Five Guys Burgers and Fries and First United Nail Salon to the shopping center. Five Guys Burgers and Fries is anticipated to open February 2011. First United Nail Salon is anticipated to open March 2011. These businesses will be joining Publix, Staples,Pet Supermarket,Harry's Liquor, H&R Block,The UPS Store,Prudential Tropical Realty,Great Clips and China Star at the center located on 301/Gall Boulevard between Pretty Pond and Kossik roads in Zephyrhills.2010 Microtel Hotel of the YearMicrotel Inns and Suites named the Microtel Inn & Suites, 7839 Gall Blvd.in Zephyrhills,2010 Microtel Hotel of the Year.The award-winning hotel was ranked the top hotel among all of Microtel's more than 310 hotels.The winner was selected based on performance criteria,guest satisfaction ratings and property evaluation scores over the previous 12 months."This is a great honor for our hotel and a direct result of the hard work of our wonderful staff,"said Georgia Downey, the hotel's general manager.Downey was honored as the General Manager of the Year in recognition of her outstanding performance and her dedicated community involvement.For reservations and information,call (813) 783-2211 or (800) 771-7171.Spirit of Hampton awardHampton Hotels has honored Rebeca Bello,pantry hostess of the Hampton Hotels Hampton Inn & Suites of Wesley Chapel,with the Spirit of Hampton award.Bello was nominated by her peers because of exemplary loyalty, attitude and service. "Bello continues to make outstanding contributions to guests and team members,showing great enthusiasm in all areas of her work at the hotel,"said Janet Arnold,general manager. The Hampton Inn is located at 2740 Cypress Ridge Blvd.in Wesley Chapel and can be reached at (813) 973-2288. Georgia Downey Rebeca Bello BUSINESS 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. 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Call Carol Winship 813-469-15544LAKE 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 Livingstonoff Livingston Ave just inside Pasco county. For rent$700 per month. Ask for Helen Grantham. 813-767-4899 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 November 3,2010 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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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 November 3,2010 27 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 A Journey of Inspiration We Play The Bay! Tampa, St. Petersburg & Clearwater.For more information call: 1-800-662-7286 Or visit: WWW.FLORIDAORCHESTRA.ORGMASTERWORKSMahlers Symphony No. 6This is Mahler with his powers to excite and even overwhelm at their highest, and in spite of the musics many intensely dark moods, the symphony is exhilarating, offering listeners an extraordinarily rewarding musical experience. Stefan Sanderling conducts.Nov 5 7MASTERWORKSMozarts Eine Kleine NachtmusikPrincipal Bassoonist Anthony Georgeson performs Mozarts Concerto for Bassoon in B-flat major, K.191 on a program with the spirited Eine Kleine Nachtmusik , Ravels elegant Le Tombeau de Couperin and Stravinskys highly rhythmic Symphony in Three Movements . Jens Georg Bachmann conducts.Nov 19 & 21Wicked Divas on BroadwayTreat yourself to hit tunes and best-loved songs from such Broadway blockbusters as Gypsy, Chicago, Ragtime, Wicked and more...with two delightful divas from the hit musical Wicked .Nov 26 28 POPS Jens Georg Bachmann Credit Michael L utch

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