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"I certainly buy into a focus on the past with
an eye to the future," said John Moors, the
new executive director of the Dade City
Chamber of Commerce. Moors previously
led the Tampa Convention Center. (Photo
by Tammy Sue Struble)


Dade City Chamber

names new director

By Tammy Sue Struble
tstruble@cnewspubs.com

Former Tampa Convention Center leader
John Moors is the new executive director of
the Dade City Chamber of Commerce. He
started the job last week, replacing Nita
Beckworth, who was relieved of the posi-
tion last month.
During the Thanksgiving holiday, the of-
fice struggled a little with staffing. However,
according to Joey Wubbna, the current
chamber president, everything has been
running smoothly since.
"About nine chamber board volunteers
took turns on different days working in the
office,"Wubbna explained.Along with three
full-time staff in the office, they have han-
dled Beckworth's absence.
Wubbna said the chamber received
about 20 applications for the position.The
chamber board interviewed the top three
selected from the group Dec. 6.
See DIRECTOR, page 13


Leaders break

ground for Wesley

Chapel hospital


Owners of Florida Hospital
begin new facility

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

When Don Porter was growing up in
what is nowWesley Chapel, his family was
one of six living in the area. Today it has
nearly 60,000 residents and will soon have
its first hospital.
The groundbreaking for the Wesley
Chapel Medical Center was Dec. 14 and
Don vividly remembered what healthcare
was like in the area decades ago.
"Our family bought the land for
Wiregrass Ranch in 1941," Don said."In 1943
a B-26 (airplane) crashed and the whole
crew died because there were no doctors
or hospital out here.Then when I was grow-
ing up on the ranch we had a rider who
was thrown from his horse and he broke his
neck. That happened at 9 in the morning
and it took until after 9 that night for doc-
See HOSPITAL, page 21


Mary, Steven, Shania and Faith Spittka. (Photo by Glenn Gefers)


Family shares holiday wishes


The Spittka Family joined dozens of read-
ers in sharing their wishes for the holiday
season with us.
Father Steven's favorite gift didn't come
from a store, or a catalog or through online
shopping. His favorite gift came from God,
the Zephyrhills man writes."IfJesus did not
die for me (or for all of us) we would not be
saved and have eternal life in heaven.That is
my favorite holiday present (including my
family)," he proclaims.
Daughter Shania, 9, wants to give books
to "someone that is trying to learn to read,"
writes the third-grader from Woodland


Elementary School.
Her sister, 12-year-old Faith, is also chari-
table. She wants to give clothes to the
homeless.
The sixth-grader at Raymond B. Stewart
Middle School offers a simple reason for
wanting to help the poor:"Homeless people
have nothing."
Mother Mary, meanwhile, doesn't have a
favorite Christmas gift. She says she is grateful
for every gift she has ever received.And, her
gratitude is not because of the gift, she says.
It is because of the givers.
MORE STORIES, pages 14-15


TORSOFAON


New wall celebrates a century at Zephyrhills High
During dedication of a commemorative wall built at Zephyrhills High School, Principal Steve Van Gorden was presented with a framed
photo of the completed wall. From left: School Board Vice Chairman Allen Altman; Van Gorden; senior class president Rainas Wao; stu-
dent council member Devin McLeod; student council member Wesley Novak; Assistant Principal John Taylor; and James T. Davis, assis-
tant superintendent of Pasco County schools. (Photo by Tammy Sue Struble) More photos, page 2.


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SR 54 takes big

step forward

New Boyette Road
opens, lanes shift
By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Drivers passing through the construction
site to widen SR 54 in Wesley Chapel likely
noticed a big change during the last few days.
The $105.2 million project, the most ex-
pensive in Pasco County history, is widening
the 3.2 miles of highway from I-75 to Curley
Road to six lanes. The project passed the
symbolic halfway point Dec. 15 when the
traffic pattern shifted and the new portion
of Boyette Road opened.
"We worked extra hours to make sure it
was done by that time," said Robert
Shepherd, Pasco chief project manager.
"We're actually much further than halfway
done because virtually all the utilities have
been moved and only about 40 percent of
the time has passed."
The original contract called for the job to
take 21 months and be done by the begin-
ning of March 2012. Shepherd estimated
more than 60 percent of the widening is fin-
ished, but hesitated to give a new
completion date because, "Anything can
happen in construction."
Along with the traffic shifts, the new en-
trance to Boyette Road opened Dec. 15.The
new street was part of the SR 54 contracted,
which is being completed by Pepper
Contracting Services Inc.
James Widman, Pasco chief engineer, said
the new portion of Boyette was created to
greatly reduce the amount of traffic on the
winding Boyette Road.
"The (Pasco) commission wants to make
the roads safer by straightening roads and
intersections like Boyette," Widman said.
"Our engineering study of the area from
(2004) showed the S-curve in Boyette to be
dangerous and the project is working to cre-
ate a straighter road for most of the traffic."
The older entrance to Boyette was the
See BOYETTE, page 13







Zephyrhills High builds


wall to celebrate century

As part of the Zephyrhills High School centennial celebration,
supporters created a new wall to celebrate the school's 100-year
anniversary.


Student Council members from Zephyrhills High School Erica Kinsman, treasurer; (from the
left) Wes Novak, vice president; and Devin McLeod, secretary, stand in front of the com-
memorative wall during dedication ceremonies Dec. 17.


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Senior class president Rainas Wao met Glenn Miller, the school's 1957 class president,
at the dedication. (Photos by Tammy Sue Struble)


Anjali Bedi (from the
left) with Clereen Morrill
Brunty and Dr.
Bhupinder during dedi-
cation ceremonies for
the wall to honor 100
years of Zephyrhills
High School education
Dec. 17 at the high
school. Bedi and
Bhupinder were major
contributors for the wall.


Part of the ZHS 100 Centennial Committee, Ann Smith Neukom and George Neukom,
pose in front of the centennial memorial wall during dedication ceremonies Dec. 17 in
Zephyrhills.


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Piccola Italia offers up a little slice of Italy


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

From its Italian maps and col-
orful murals to its pictures of Italy I.
and Italian place mats, it is easy to -
see that the owners of this cozy
restaurant pride themselves on
their heritage.
For nearly 25 years, the family-
owned restaurant Piccola Italia
Italian American Restaurant has
been serving up its hearty fare to
feed the locals of Zephyrhills and Antoniet
the city's abundant winter residents, in the foo
Restaurant ownersAntonietta celebrate
D' Eramo and Sergio, Maria and
Robert Pullo take pride in the homemade
sauces, pasta and soups they serve.
Sergio handles myriad chores at the
restaurant. He makes the pasta and pizza
dough. He also fixes just about anything that
needs a repair, family members said.
The restaurant evolved out of the
women's love of cooking.When other moth-
ers would send cupcakes to school
functions, they would send pans of lasagna,
said Robert, who is Maria's son.
The menu tells patrons what to expect:
"Good Italian cuisine cannot be rushed," the
menu proclaims."Please be patient while
your order is being prepared."
The restaurant's offerings include appe-
tizers such as fried mushrooms, fried
eggplant, fried zucchini and shrimp cocktail.
If you like spaghetti, you can get it
topped with meat sauce, marinara sauce,
meatballs or sausage, butter sauce,garlic and
oil, garlic and mushrooms, a la shrimp


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ta D' Eramo (left), Robert Pullo and Maria Pullo ta
od they serve in their family-owned restaurant, wh
e its silver anniversary next year.

scampi and with seafood sauce.
Other dishes feature veal, chicken,
seafood and pasta, including stuffed shells,
fettucine alfredo and lasagna. Other menu
choices include pizza, calzones, sides, salads,
soups, desserts, beer, wine and soft drinks.
There's also a children's menu and senior
citizen's menu.
And, there are daily specials, too.
Eating dinner at Piccola is"the equivalent
of having a home-cooked meal, without
being at home," Robert said.
In the beginning, it was a struggle,
Antonietta said. Over the years,however, the
restaurant has had staying power because
the owners realize being successful re-
quired more than simply serving good food.
Customers don't go out for dinner just to
eat a good meal, Robert said.They also want
the pleasure of being served.
Customers also like to feel a personal
connection to the people who are prepar-


ing and serving their food,
Antonietta said. "We mingle
with everyone," she said.
Al Kirk, a restaurant regular,
definitely feels the connection.
He dropped by Piccola one
recent afternoon and took his
S' 9 place at the head of the table,
right next to the kitchen.
"Every day that I can make
" it, I'm here," he said. One of the
Reasons he comes so frequently
is because he enjoys chatting
ike pride withAntonietta and Maria.
which will Another reason is that he en-
joys the food.
His favorite is the pasta po-
modoro."You have to try it,"he said."I think
it's delicious. I could live on it - that's how
good it is.When you order it, that's when they
make it. I think that's the touch, right there."
Antonietta said there's a secret to treat-
ing customers properly.
"No matter what they do. No matter
what they say - smile," she said.
Maria andAntonietta said they want their
patrons to be happy. If a mistake occurs,
they want to make amends, they said.
They also enjoy the camaraderie that
builds over time with customers.
It's quite common for diners to poke
their head through a window into the
kitchen just to say hello,Antonietta said.
Maria offered this tip for getting the most
flavor from a plate of spaghetti:"You've got
to mix it up," she said. That allows the
spaghetti to absorb some of the sauce, allow-
ing diners to taste the flavor in every bite.
Besides serving diners, the restaurant


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As it approaches its silver anniversary, it
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The restaurant also plans to celebrate its
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New corporate headquarters
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When Florida Medical Clinic opened its
newest facility in 2009 on SR 54 in Land O'
Lakes,it was with an eye toward the future.
It was built to easily allow for several ex-
pansions, and the first of those got under
way Dec. 6. The $3.5 million project is
adding a 30,000-square-foot administrative
building that will become the business'new
corporate headquarters.
Currently, Florida Medical is headquar-
tered at a few locations in east Pasco
County, including Zephyrhills.
"I have mixed emotions a little bit be-
cause I've been in Zephyrhills for such a
long time, but this will be the first time I can
put all of the administrative functions in one
location," said Florida Medical Clinic CEO
Joe Delatorre, who started the company in
east Pasco 17 years ago."Right now there is
a lot of lost time going back and forth to
meet with all these different people. This
will be very nice to be more centrally locat-
ed."
Florida Medical spokeswoman Janet
Wing said the headquarters should be open
by late summer 2011.
With the timesaving, the movement west
will open up room for more services in
Zephyrhills.
"We need more space for (same-day sur-
gery) expansion, clinical rheumatology
expansion and urgent care expansion all in
Zephyrhills," said Delatorre, who currently
lives inWesley Chapel."This new facility will
free up the space for those expansions in
east Pasco."
The first of those future projects is for
same-day surgery, which will be a 12,000-
square-foot expansion expected to begin in


Florida Medical Clinic CEO Joe Delatorre stands in front of the construction site that will be
the business' new corporate headquarters in Land O' Lakes. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)


Alisa Geng, Liz Meredith, Florida Medical CEO Joe Delatorre, Diana Calderone and Glenn
Maclean were all part of the Land O' Lakes facility's opening in 2009. (File photo)


the first half of 2011. Rheumatology facilities
will grow by 7,500 square feet, plus a tenta-
tive plan to make a 7,000-square-foot
addition to urgent care.
In addition, after the new headquarters
are built, Delatorre said they will likely add


another 18,000 square feet for more med-
ical services to the Land O' Lakes facility.
"We can't add any more physicians right
now in Land O' Lakes,' Delatorre said."We're
brimming."
Delatorre said Florida Medical has 110


physicians and another 40 employees who
extend doctor's ability to heal, such as
nurses.
"The best thing to say is we are a pro-
gressive, multi-specialty physician-owned
practice," Delatorre said."You can come to
one location and have many health issues
taken care of.
Florida Medical currently has 17 facilities
operating in Lutz, Land O' Lakes, Wesley
Chapel, Zephyrhills, Dade City, New Tampa,
Carrollwood and North Tampa. Delatorre
said Florida Medical's proximity to hospitals
like Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, Pasco
Regional Medical Center, St. Joseph's
Hospital-North, University Community
Hospital and the future Wesley Chapel
Medical Center is one of its strengths.
"If you see one of our doctors,you can
go to basically any of those hospitals,"
Delatorre said."That helps with insurance is-
sues for the patient. ... Also, with our
electronic health record it integrates all of
our facilities, so it's seamless to go from one
facility to the other."
Florida Medical put its electronic med-
ical records in place since 2006. It not only
allows their doctors to see a patient's health
history, but also to see all the medications
they might be taking.
"Just the medications alone for our sen-
iors, a lot of time they don't remember
which ones they're on,"Wing said."Here the
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make sure nothing interacts with something
else they're taking."
As for any future expansions beyond
what he listed, Delatorre grinned a little
and said,"I have plenty more. Pasco County
is an extension of Hillsborough County and
there is a lot of activity going on here.
We've been here for 17 years and devel-
oped a good reputation and recruited some
great physicians.We are uniquely located in
these markets and I think there is more to
come."


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Gaither's Colton Shepard

wins hospital contest

By Kyle LoJacono
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As the names of the children up for Kids
are Heroes award were read Dec. 13,
Gaither High senior Colton Shepard was
calm because he was not expecting to win.
"We got to hear all the stories of the kids
who were nom-
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didn't think I
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name I was sur-
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it meant I was
Colton Shepard with his in the top
JROTC uniform and three."
award he won for placing Then they
first in the Kids are Heroes announced Lutz
competition. (Photo by resident Geena
Kyle LoJacono) Allen came in
third for the 13
to 18-year-old category, followed by Odessa
resident Jonathon Bermudez in second. St.
Joseph's Children's Hospital has been
awarding the honor each year since 1996,
and Shepard is the first Gaither Cowboy to
take first place.
"I was blown away," Shepard said."The
really cool thing is patients at the hospital
judge it. It's a jury of your own peers who
pick you instead of adults."
Shepard was up for the award because
his actions saved a mother and child from a
burning vehicle. He was walking home from
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The car was on fire, but that did not stop
Shepard. He ran across the road, kicked in
the windshield and got the mother and
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Shepard is a member of Gaither's JROTC
and he credits his quick actions with what


he has learned through the program.
Shepard's JROTC instructor Senior Chief
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the honor after learning about the award
from principal Marie Whelan.
"I thought what he did was heroic,"
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Births at Florida
Hospital Zephyrhills
--Ballenger, Jayce Ryan; born Dec. 6 to
Shannon Ballenger of Zephyrhills
--Boucher, Dylan Reese Oliver; born Nov. 19
to Michael and Allison Boucher of Zephyrhills
--Burns, R'Tayvion D.; born Dec. 10 to
Jamecia Burns of Zephyrhills
--Contreras, Jr., Juan Ramon; born Dec. 14 to
Juan Ramon and Isabel Contreras of Dade City
--Cox, Colby George; born Nov. 23 to Tony
Cox and Debra Smith of Zephyrhills
--Crawford, Austin Bruce; born Dec. 5 to
Patrick and Jennifer Crawford of Zephyrhills
--Edwards, NoahJeremiah Munro; born Nov. 25
to David Edwards and Julie Clark of Dade City
--Garcia Mendoza, Izac Elias; born Dec. 8 to
Guillermo Garcia and Jessica Mendoza of Lutz
-Gaudette, Kairi Marie; born Dec. 6 to Nicholas
Gaudette and Kelley Gomes ofWesley Chapel
--Green, Nathan James; born Nov. 18 to
Michael Lay and Jessica Green of Zephyrhills
--Greim, Austin David; born Nov. 22 to
David and Lyndsi Greim of Dade City


--Gutierrez, Guadalupe; born Dec. 12 to
Orlando Gutierrez and Marisela Emilio of
Dade City
--Hollinger, Graham Garrison; born Nov.
23 to Brett and Sarah Hollinger of Dade City
--Lewis, Landon Carol Sheridan; born Nov.
21 to Brandon Lewis and Caitlin Burton of
Dade City
--Lott, Destinik Aubreonna; born Nov.29 to
Demetrius Lott and Lekeisha Giles of Dade
City
--MacDonald, Ashleigh Grace; born Dec. 15
to George and Paula MacDonald of Wesley
Chapel
--Mangan, Nicholas Anthony; born Nov. 26
to Timothy Mangan and Gina Congiusti of
Wesley Chapel
--Martinez, Keely; born Nov. 26 to Daniella
Martinez of Zephyrhills
--Montejo, Helen M.; born Nov. 19 toJosue
and Gloria Montejo of Dade City
--Morales, Juan Velez; born Nov. 26 to Ivan
and Karina Morales of Dade City
--Morgan, Xander James; born Dec.4 to Allan
Morgan III and Elaina Miller of Zephyrhills
--Ostermann, Addison Layne; born Nov. 19
to Kirk Ostermann and Ashley Badia of
Zephyrhills
--Pugh, Lakyn Kobain; born Nov. 20 to
Travis Pugh and Jessi Perez of Dade City
--Rivera, Analise Giselle; born Dec. 1 to Anthony


Rivera and Joana Ramos of Zephyrhills
--Salazar, Josue Christian Yandel; born
Nov.27 to Priscilla Perez of Dade City
--Santiago, Robert Janiel; born Nov. 22 to Jose
Santiago and Veronica Reyes of Zephyrhills
--Simeri, Colin Rex; born Dec. 10 to Rex
Simeri and Erica Probst of Zephyrhills
--Smith, Noah Jacob; born Dec. 11 to
Christopher and Naomi Smith of Wesley
Chapel
--Sparks, Avyan Timothy; born Nov. 22 to
Timothy Sparks and Hazel Cummings of Dade
City
--Thompson, Jocelyn Renee; born Dec. 11
to Justine Thompson of Zephyrhills
--Venad, Jonathan G. and Nathan G.
(twins); born Nov. 29 to GeorgyVenad and
AnnaThomas of Zephyrhills

Births at Pasco Regional
Medical Center
--Bennefield, Alana Grace; born Nov. 3 to
William and Jessica Bennefield of Dade City
--Cruz, Jessailyne; born Nov. 12 to Alvin and
Jessica Cruz of Dade City
--Davis, Jaylin Rose Marie; born Nov. 4 to
Mitchel Davis and June Dawson of Zephyrhills
--Elmore, Nevaeh Lynn; born Oct. 18 to
Justin and Heather Elmore of Zehyrhills
--Frazier, Justice LeAnne; born Nov. 21 to
Willis Frazier and Ashley Russ of Dade City


--Hall, Alyssa Lynn; born Oct. 19 to Ryan
Hall and Denise Seufer of Zephyrhills
--Hicks, Noel Niaeem; born Oct. 29 to Lamar
Hicks,Jr. and Ashlee Prater of Dade City
--Hitts, Aliyah Jade; born Nov. 4 to Karl Hitts
and Salena Phillips of Dade City
--Sanchez, Destini Alian; born Oct. 14 to
Luciano Sanchez and MayraVasquez of Dade
City
--Soto, Esmeralda Skye; born Nov. 12 to
Samuel and Cody Soto,Jr. of Zephyrhills
--Stephens, Ryan Alexander; born Nov. 12
to David Stephens and Ashley Dillman of Dade
City
--Sundstrom, Serenity Anne; born Nov. 11 to
Shawn and Heather Sundstrom of Dade City
--Wagland, Madison Ann; born Oct. 21 to
BradleyWagland and Durdane Besler of Dade
City
--Wansor, Nina LeeAnn; born Nov. 4 to Phillip
Wansor and Carly Richards of Zephyrhills


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It was a blue letter she wrote to me
It's silver words she told
'Wanna be on the road to paradise
I want a lover who don't get old
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By Randall Grantham
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Ah, the Yuletide season is upon us -
the most joyous time of the year for many.
For the young children who anxiously
await the arrival of Santa Claus. For retail-
ers and online merchants. And for the
United States Postal Service.
The Post Office has lost millions of dol-
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and then millions more because the rest of
the year people are using e-mail and the
Internet more to communicate.
But at this time of year, people still like
to send Christmas cards by mail. Real mail,
with little personal notes written in it, sent
in an actual envelope that has a stamp on
it and is physically delivered to its recipi-
ent. Remember when we used to do that
all the time?
Not only do I have some recollection of
it, I also have a collection of the stuff from
when it was the only game in town. It was-
n't sneered upon as "snail mail." It was
celebrated, cherished, ingrained into our
culture.The day, and eventually the time of
day, that the mail was delivered was
looked forward to as a high point.
My grandfather collected not only
stamps, but also mailings of every kind. He
had First Day Covers, when people actually
noted the day and place that a particular
stamp would be issued. They would send
empty envelopes, at first blank and, later,
adorned with pictures and slogans, with pay-
ment for the yet-to-be-issued postage receipt
(stamp), to that location just to have a first
day of issue post-marked envelope. I've got


tons of them.What a moneymaker that was.
He also had a large collection of post-
cards from around the nation and even the
world.They weren't to or from Grandpa,
in most cases, but were acquired by him
over years at shows and stamp meets.
He even had about two shoeboxes full of
postings from the Clark(e) family back and
forth between Summit, in Marion County,
Fort Brook, Fort Dade on Egmont Key and
even from a ship anchored off the Cuban
coast during the Spanish/American War.
I've tried, without success, to locate any
of that family to see if they were interested in
them, so maybe I'll just read them and piece
together a bit of their frontier life. It might
make a good e-book or maybe even a movie.
One thing I didn't realize that people
did was to send"Grieving Cards."These are
notes that are sent out in specially decorat-
ed envelopes announcing the death of
someone to others who otherwise would-
n't know for some time.
The ones I've got are very sad and
stoic. Sad, but very intimate and personal
- just the way the Internet and e-mail and
texts and IMs are not! And not profitable
for the Post Office either.
So I'm glad to see this mailing season ar-
rive.We send out cards every year. It ain't
easy, certainly not as easy as a mass e-mail
blast, but it's part of the tradition and adds a
very personal feel to this time of year. It is
worth the time and effort to sit down and ad-
dress all the cards and write a note to each
person and then to lovingly sign each card.
Fortunately we've got our mailing list
on computer and can generate mailing la-
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The last day of work on SR 54 before the traffic pattern shift caused some backups, but the
new lanes are now open. In addition, the stoplight at the old entrance to Boyette (seen
here) has been removed. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)


BOYETTE, from page 1
easiest way for many people to get
to the Wesley Chapel District Park,
the largest county recreation facility
in east and central Pasco.The stop-
light at the older entrance has also
be removed and replaced by a new
traffic signal at the new intersection
of Boyette and SR 54.
Shepherd said the traffic shift
and opening of the new entrance of
Boyette would have been done a
few weeks earlier if the cold weath-
er had not delayed things.
"You can't do a lot of road work
when it is cold," Shepherd said."The
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Moors, from New Tampa, has a strong
background in the hotel/hospitality busi-
ness. Although the former Tampa
Convention Center head, Moors has ties
with Dade City. He was an adjunct professor
at Saint Leo University and has served on
the Advisory Council for hospitality and
tourism at the university for about five
years.
"So, I am not unfamiliar with the area,"
Moors said.
After about a decade at the convention
center, he left in March citing health reasons
- which Moors said have not slowed him
down. He expressed confidence that health
issues will not affect his work at the Dade
City Chamber.
At 58, Moors states that the Dade City
position,"Doesn't feel like it's any less pres-
sure" than the convention center job.In fact,
he has been busy doing different things
since he left the Tampa job.
Moors has been very active in business as-


sociations and charity organizations."I most
recently just finished as volunteer coordina-
tor for Moving Hillsborough Forward," he
said, referring to a recent transportation ini-
tiative for increased transportation services
throughout the county that voters defeated.
He remains involved with the PaintYour
Heart out Tampa project where approxi-
mately 3,000 volunteers paint 100 houses in
one day.
"It is primarily for fixed income seniors
who couldn't afford to do it otherwise,"
Moors explained. He has also been involved
with the United Way and chaired Leadership
Tampa Alumni through the Greater Tampa
Chamber.
Moors is looking forward to his new po-
sition as executive director at the Dade City
Chamber of Commerce; he was ready for a
change.
"It is a new and exciting challenge," he
said."I certainly buy into a focus on the past
with an eye to the future. I believe this com-
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DELAYED
GRATIFICATION
It took decades for Betty J.
Campbell of Zephyrhills to get
the Christmas gift that she always
wanted.
Her favorite present is "a doll -
blonde-haired, blue-eyed, blue-
dressed. As a child, every
Christmas, my sister got a blonde
haired, blue-eyed, blue-dressed doll
and I got a brunette-haired, green
eyed, pink-dressed doll. Oh, how I
yearned for a blonde-haired, bluc
eyed, blue-dressed doll,'Betty writes.
Her husband gave it to her when she was 60, and she still


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THE CHRISTMAS BUNNY?
You've heard about
the Easter bunny, right, bur
what about some
Christmas bunnies?
Taylor Ferrante's holi-
day wish list includes "a
dozen, real bunny rabbits."
The third-grader from
Lutz Elementary school
wants to give the bun-
nies to her mom.
"My mom had fun with her bunny rab-
bit when she was a kid and I think the
bunnies would make her happy," the 9-
N year-nld writes


HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS
George Smith has vivid memories of the
year when he received his fa-
vorite present: a small metal
wind-up, spring-driven trac-
tor with rubber treads.
'This was Christmas
1935. Times were tough. I
was born in Lutz and was 8
years old; my sister was 5
years old," writes 83-year-old
Smith, a Lutz resident.
"Mr. and Mrs. Means had
no children and decided to give us Christmas by
having someone with a bell come through the or-
ange grove as Santa," George notes. The kindly
elderly couple lived across US 41 from
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HEY, HOW ABOUT A GIFT
FOR SANTA?
Second-grader Clayton Topdemir
came up with a novel idea for whom he
would give a gift to
this holiday season.
He'd give a gift to
Santa - a Christmas
tree,in fact.
Why would he
do that? "So Santa
could celebrate
Christmas, too,"
writes the 7-year-oM]
who lives in Lutz and attends
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A WISH THAT CAME TRUE
When Savanna
Maslen thinks about a
her favorite present, it
doesn't take her long to
decide what it was: It
was herAriat boots.
"It mattered sooo
much because all year
until Christmas I was
saying,'I want boots for
Christmas, "notes the 15-
year-old Zephyrhills High
student.
(Who gave her the
gift?Whv. Santa Claus. of course!)


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A DIFFERENT KIND OF MUSIC BOX
JoAnn Massengill was just 1 0
years old when she received hcr
most treasured gift.
"When we (the family) finished
opening our gifts on Christmas Eve
my dad gathered up all the wrapping,
and took them out to the garbage,'
the Zephryhills woman recalls.
Then he came back in, an-
nouncing:"Look what I found on
the front porch."
JoAnn saw a huge suitcase. It
turned out to be a 120 bass ac-
cordion.
"My parents weren't rich and
couldn't afford specialties like tlu�, ihe Zcphlrlulla
woman wrote."I cried. I was so excited."


PONYING UP SOME
PRESENTS
If 10-year-old i
Jessica Davison had --
it her way, all of the '
kids at Place
Program would have
a "My Little Pony" to
play with.
The Woodland
Elementary School
student wants to help
out the program be-
cause "Place does not
have a lot of"My Little Pony (toys)" ai
bunch of girls like playing with them."
Zephryhills girl has done her part: She g
SPlace some of her ponies.


A GIFT OF GOOD SCENTS
If Haley Schiessl could give anyone anythii
that she wanted, her mom would
be the lucky recipient.
Haley knows just exactly what
would get for her mom, too: "I
would get lotion and perfume,"
the 9-year-old Lutz girl writes.
Why did she choose her
mom?
"Because my mom is out of
the ordinary and she's always there
when I look back," notes the fourth-grade
StrinLb uz Elrinrnilan


THE GIFT OF LIFE
Katie Cromie doesn't
have to look far to fin I
her favorite holiday pres.
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know what present you would give if you could give anything to any recipient of your choosing.
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NO SHOPPING REQUIRED
Mark Jordan's family didn't need to
get up before the crack of dawn to get
a Black Friday deal to
make him happy.
They just need y e
to be together for
the holidays.
"Presents mean a
lot, but family means
more," notes the Land
O'Lakes resident.
"Spending time with
my grandparents and my parents for
the holidays means the world to me. I
love them so much.
"That is the best present," he con-
c. ludes.


WE'RE GOING TO DISNEY WORLD!
When Jeanne Forsythe wants a little lift
all she needs to do is take out the phort.
album of her family's trip to Disney World I
It was her favorite holiday present
ever. . .:
She was living in Tennessee at the
time and after the family had eaten their
holiday dinner, her mother told Jeanne to
lift up her plate and look underneath it.
Surprise! There was $500 there.
Jeanne's husband found $500 under
his plate, too.
The family used the money to pay
for its trip to Disney World.
"My mother believed in family time
and making memories," the Wesley
Chapel woman notes. During the trip I
sent her an e-mail from the hotel lobby saymng"I feel 12 again.
It was Jeanne's mom's last Christmas."She died unexpectedly
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dit- her 3-year-old daughter,
Aryanna Grace.The little

trointestinal problems.
Katie favorite holi-
day present is "the
blessing of having my
i family present," the
Wesley Chapel woman writes.
She praises "Our Lord Jesus Christ and Savior" for
giving that gift to her.
She's grateful, because "at any moment, life can
be taken. Having my daughter and family around
the dinner table and our Christmas tree is by far the
most special blessing."
Aryanna Grace is getting better now and may
not need surgery. "However, this year has been quite
challenging and it would be wonderful to close out
the holiday with a picture of my daughter and me
d together"
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Gary Andersen was just a
small boy when his parents gave
him his favorite gift: a cardboard,
free-standing airplane cockpit in-
ng strument panel.
"I was 5 years old and loved
airplanes," the Land O' Lakes man
writes.
Andersen, now 72, reminisces
about the instrument panel and
about his childhood, "living in a mobile home park in
southern Iowa, next to a defense plant where they (his
parents) both worked making bombs.
"When we moved back to Minnesota," he notes,
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By Kyle LoJacono
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The Wiregrass Ranch High boys basket-
ball program narrowly missed its first
playoff appearance last year and the squad's
seven seniors are using that disappointment
as motivation this season.
The Bulls (6-2) lost in the Class 4A,
District 8 semifinals 57-52 to Nature Coast
Tech last year.A win in that contest would
have sent them to their first postseason.
"We want to get what we missed out on
last year," said senior Tanner Carey."We want
to get the first district title for our program."
The 2009-10 Bulls went 21-6, but the
team lost five seniors including 6-foot-9 cen-
ter Eric Williams who scored more than
1,000 points and pulled down more than
700 rebounds while atWiregrass Ranch.
"I think this team is better than that


Wiregrass Ranch senior Josiah Jones has the
vertical leap on the squad.


team,"' said Bulls coach Jeremy Calzone, who
has led the squad since the school opened
in 2005."We have more depth this year.We
go 10 deep.We're going to be just fine with
these players."
The team goes 10 deep on the depth
chart, but the flexibility in the lineup goes
farther than that. Calzone stresses that none
of the players have set positions.
"We don't really characterize them,"
Calzone said."Basically we have four guards
and one center.Anyone can go inside and
play the post or step out and play on the
perimeter. For example, if we feel like
Tanner Carey can get things going in the
post we'll put him there, but he's also our
best three-point shooter."
Senior Josiah Jones is the epitome of that
flexibility. Not only can he throw down ac-
robatic dunks, he can also step back and
drain nothing-but-net jump shots.
"It's kind of just automatic," Jones said
about the shift from inside to outside play.
"We're all used to it. It lets us attack our op-
ponent's weakness. I'm not sure how my
mentality changes, but just
when I see a lane open to the
net or an open shot I'll take
either."
Jones is not usually a
starter for the Bulls, but his
impact is felt immediately
when he checks in.
"He's our high flyer,"
Calzone said."He can do ex-
citing things and makes the
crowd get up and cheer. He
comes in off the bench and is
instant energy for us."
Two pieces to the
Wiregrass Ranch versatile
backcourt are seniors Antwan
Prince and James Tringali.
While many of the Bulls have
chemistry from years of play-
p ing together, these two have a
different connection from
years on the gridiron.
Tringali has been the quar-
I ' terback of the Bulls football
team since halfway through
his freshman year, and Prince
has been one of his most reli-
able targets. The two
connected for 37 comple-
tions and 598 yards and five
touchdowns this season,
more than any other combi-
nation on the squad.
"It's not just in sports, but
in school and outside school
too,"Tringali said."We spend a
lot of time together and are
good friends. We just know

be on the floor."
Prince said they spend a
lot of time together, but the
two have very different per-
highest sonalities. Prince is very laid
back and calm much of the


Kingsley Boateng (No. 5) and Tanner Carey try to stop Antwan Prince in the Bulls practice.
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time, while Tringali is more of a fiery
leader.
Prince is currently averaging 13.5
points per game, the second most for
the Bulls behind Carey's 13.6, while also
leading Wiregrass Ranch with 28 steals.
Tringali has been more of a facilitator,
dishing out a team-high 39 assists while
adding 54 rebounds.
Jones is far and away the leading
blocker with 27 while adding 33 re-
bounds. Sophomore Rico Kerney is
Wiregrass Ranch's top rebounder with
60, but also has added 8.3 points per
game and 11 steals.
The team's improved play during the
last few seasons is being noticed and
fans are getting excited about the pro-
gram.
"I came from a school inWisconsin,
where I was as a freshman, that has
been there for 60 years," Jones said.
"They packed that gym every night.
Coming here as a sophomore there
weren't so many people coming out, but
then more and more people started to
show up.You can feel that pride."
Pride is the key word to Calzone.
"It has a lot to do with pride,"
Calzone said of the improvement in all
Wiregrass Ranch athletics."The kids are
actually proud to be a part of this
school. Before it was I'm from Wesley
Chapel or Land O' Lakes.We're finally
starting to make our own traditions.The
kids care about winning for Wiregrass
Ranch."
The Bulls started play in the
Brighthouse Tournament Dec. 20, but re-
sults were not available by press time.
Their next game is Dec. 28 against
Riverview High in the first round of the
Alonso Holiday Tournament.
-All stats as recorded to
Maxpreps.com by coaches as of Dec. 20.


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Antwan Prince (shooting) and James Tringali are
both guards for the Bulls basketball team, but
also played for the football squad.


YMCA cheerleading registration
Registration for the upcoming East Pasco
FamilyYMCA cheerleading program is Jan. I -
30, with the sessions running from Jan.
27-March 19. Participants can be ages 3-10.
They will learn cheers, jumps and other move-
ments to perform in games on Saturdays.The
cost is $45 for members, $65 for nonmem-
bers. A $10 discount is given for each
additional sibling who registers. For more in-
formation, e-mail Shawn Brown
sbrown@tampaymca.org or call (813) 780-
9622.


201 I winter basketball league
The East Pasco FamilyYMCA will start reg-
istration for its winter basketball leagues from
Jan. 1-31 for boys and girls to learn the funda-
mentals of the game while emphasizing fun and
fair play.The eight-week season runs from Jan.
29-March 19 and includes a pre-season skills
clinic, eight games and a celebration party after
the last contest.All games are at theYMCA,
37301 Chapel Hill Loop in Zephyrhills.
The cost is $50 for members who sign up by
Jan. 23,$75 for nonmembers.The price increases
by $25 for those who wait until Jan. 3 I.There is


a $10 discount for each additional sibling who
registers.Volunteer coaches are also needed. For
more information, e-mail Shawn Brown
sbrown@tampaymca.org or call (813) 780-9622.

Adult flag football league
The 201 I East Pasco FamilyYMCA adult flag
football league will have registration from Jan. I -
Feb. 7 at the facility's welcome center, 37301
Chapel Hill Loop in Zephyrhills.There will be a
mandatory captains meeting Feb. 2 and games
start Feb. 7.Teams consist of five to 10 players
ages 18 and older.The season is eight weeks with
one game each week at a cost of $300 a team.
All games will be played on Monday orTuesday
nights starting at 5:30 p.m. at East Krusen Field.


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For more information, e-mail Shawn Brown
sbrown@tampaymca.org or call (813) 780-9622.

Gators baseball golf tournament
The Land O' Lakes High baseball team will
have a charity golf tournament at I p.m.Jan. 22 at
Plantation Palms Golf Club in Land O' Lakes.The
event is $80 and all proceeds will benefit the
Gators baseball team.The event includes a meal,
prizes and range balls. Contests for the longest
drive, putting and closest to the pin will be part
of the event.An auction to raise more money
will also be part of the day and will include items
like merchandise signed by professional athletes.
For more information or to register, call Gators
coach Calvin Baisley at (813) 962-8802.

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Tanner Carey trying to keep family tradition


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Wiregrass Ranch High senior basketball
player Tanner Carey comes from a family
that is accustomed to athletic success.
"I have to keep up with my family stan-
dards," Carey said."Everyone in my family
has gone to college and played athletics and
I'm the next one in line. I want to continue
that."
Carey's father Scott ran track at Indiana
University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
(IPFW). His cousin Lindey also attended
IPFW, but to play basketball. Carey's other
cousin Lance played football at St. Francis
University and his uncle Don played basket-
ball at Ball State.
All those college athletes would be pres-
sure enough, but his sisterAshley was also
the leading scorer for Hillsborough County
Community College for the 2009-10 season.
"We have that sibling rivalry," Carey said.
"We've gone back and forth about who the
better player is. It's fun."
Carey currently leads Wiregrass Ranch
with 13.6 points per game, while also
adding 38 rebounds, 10 assists and 10 steals.
While his sister has playing in college on
her resume, Carey will likely leave Wiregrass
Ranch with a record that will stand the test
of time
"He's a four-year starter for us," said Bulls
basketball coach Jeremy Calzone, who has
coached Carey since he was a freshman."If
he stays healthy, he'll leave here with a
record that probably won't be broken. He'll
have started more than 100 games by the
end of this season.That says something for
his ability to prepare himself to stay healthy
all season and skilled enough to stay in the
starting lineup."
Calzone is sure Carey has both the game


Tanner Carey is currently the Bulls leading
scorer with 109 points. (Photo by Glenn
Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)

and grades to play at the next level.
"He can bang in the post and step out
and shoot the three better than anyone we
have," Calzone said."He's really a good stu-
dent too. Really all of our players are. We
have a combined 3.3 unweighted grade
point average.This is the first team I haven't
had to worry about grades with."
Carey said some schools have been inter-
ested in him playing at their university, but
he will worry about that after the season.
"I'm focusing on my senior season right
now," Carey said."I want to go out with the
first district championship for boys basket-
ball here at Wiregrass Ranch. I'd like to be
able to feel what that's like and add a ban-
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Sunshine Athletic Conference fall all stars
The Sunshine Athletic Conference (SAC) has released its complete list of all-conference fall
teams. Coaches in the 13 public high schools in Pasco County vote on whom they think deserve
the honor. All information is as recorded by SAC executive secretary Keith Newton. The all-con-
ference volleyball team was already released. The Laker and the Lutz News will release its own
list of all-stars in the Dec. 29 edition. Local students who made the SAC list include:


SAC girls golf first team
-Kellianne May,r., Pasco
-Hana Lee, Fr.,Wesley Chapel
Second team
-Jordan Lane, So., Pasco
-Taylor Upchurch, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
Third team
-Tiffany Bahr,Jr., Zephyrhills
-Bianca Scrimali,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Sydney Owens, Fr., Zephyrhills

SAC boys golf first team
-Jacob Fleck, Sr.,Wesley Chapel
-Logan Horrigan,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Dylan Larson, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Brandon Mumaw, Sr.,Wesley Chapel
Second team
-Cory Bahr, So., Zephyrhills
-Chris Kluender,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
Third team
-Cody Nichols,Jr., Zephyrhills
-Nick Stutt, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
Honorable mention
-Austin Riddaugh, So., Pasco


Co-Player of theYear: Dylan Larson,Wiregrass
Ranch;Jacob FleckWesley Chapel
Coach of theYear: Nick Cuviello,Wiregrass Ranch

SAC football offensive first team
-QB Jacob Jackson, Sr., Sunlake
-OL Jamall Carter, Sr., Pasco
-OLT.J. Chamberlin, Sr., Land O' Lakes
-OL Zach Hutcheson, Sr., Pasco
-OL Matt Sanders, Sr., Sunlake
-RB David Emmanuel, So., Pasco
-WRTrey Dudley-Giles,Jr., Pasco
-WRWill Irwin, Sr., Land O' Lakes
-TE KentTaylor,Jr., Land O' Lakes
-Returner Chris Reaves, Sr., Zephyrhills
Offensive second team
-QB Jacob Guy,Jr., Pasco
-OL Stephen Cottrell, Sr., Zephyrhills
-OL Nate McCoole,Jr.,Sunlake
-OL Sage Stephens, Sr., Pasco
-OL CheckWood, Sr., Pasco
-RB Janarian Grant, So., Pasco
-WR Mike Clower,Sr., Pasco
-WR Jason Tello, Sr., Land O' Lakes
-KAdrian Krupka, Sr., Sunlake
-Returner Rashaud Daniels,Jr., Sunlake


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Offensive third team
-QB James Tringali, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-OL Mark Landry, Sr., Pasco
-OL Noah Ravenna, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-RB Nick Lomba,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-WRJanarian Grant, So., Pasco
-WRAntwan Prince, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-K Carson Brock, Jr., Pasco
-Returner Janarian Grant, So., Pasco

SAC football defensive first team
-DL Craig King, Sr., Sunlake
-DL Mark Landry, Sr., Pasco
-DL Spencer Michelson, Sr., Land O' Lakes
-LB Jackson Cannon,Jr., Land O' Lakes
-LB Jake Fisher, Sr.,Wesley Chapel
-LB ShadowWilliams, Jr., Land O' Lakes
-LB Cornell Wilson, So., Pasco
-DB Jamie Byrd, Sr., Pasco
-DBTrey Dudley-Giles,Jr., Pasco
-DBWesley Moore, Sr., Land O' Lakes
-P Adrian Krupka, Sr., Sunlake
Defensive second team
-DL Matt Terry, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-DL NickWilson,Jr., Pasco
-LB Cordale Baldwin, Sr., Pasco
-LB Nick Morrison,Jr., Sunlake
-DB Mike Clower, Sr., Pasco
-DB Chris Reaves, Sr., Zephyrhills
Defensive third team
-DLJamal Carter, Sr., Pasco
-DL Chason Connell, Sr., Sunlake
-LB Jackson Johnson, Sr., Pasco
-LB Frank"Duke" Morrison,Sr., Zephyrhills
-DB Rashaud Daniels,Jr.,Sunlake
-DB Darin Patmon, Sr., Land O' Lakes
-P Jacob Guy,Jr., Pasco
Offensive Player of theYear: Jacob Jackson, Sunlake
Defensive Player of theYear: Jamie Byrd, Pasco
Coach of theYear: Tom McHugh, Pasco

SAC girls cross country
-Elise Cedre, Fr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Chelsea Davis, So.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Ariel Grey,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Taylor Hixson, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Nikita Shah, So.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Kelsey Sturman, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-MarissaTomei, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
Second team
-Katlyn Eble, Sr., Pasco
-Nicole Solmonson,Jr., Zephyrhills
Third team
-Allison Richey, Sr., Pasco
Honorable mention
-Alyssa Turner, So.,Wesley Chapel
Coach of theYear: Don Howard,Wiregrass Ranch

SAC boys cross country first team
-Ermias Bireda, So.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Sam Hippely,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Anthony Plourde, Sr., Pasco
-Ryan Pulsifer, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Tyler Mattera,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Josh Reilly, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Logan Selzer, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
Third team
-lan Cassette, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch


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Honorable mention
-D.J. Leto, So.,Wesley Chapel
-Robert Starnes, Sr., Zephyrhills
Runner of theYear:Josh Reilly,Wiregrass Ranch
Coach of theYear: Chris Loth,Wiregrass Ranch

SAC girls swimming first team
-Kristen Demsher, Fr., Land O' Lakes, 500-yard freestyle
-Lindsey Gorgen, Sr., Zephyrhills, 100-yard freestyle
-Megan Huynh, Sr., Sunlake, 50-yard freestyle
-Rebecca Pindral, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch, 100-yard breaststroke
-Kaylin Sylvester, Sr., Sunlake, 100-yard backstroke
-Makayla Strickland, Rebecca Pindral, Fern Powell and
Toni Tomei;Wiregrass Ranch 200-yard medley relay
-Chelsea Hernandez, Fern Powell, Makayla Strickland and
Rebecca Pindral;Wiregrass Ranch 200-yard freestyle relay
-Kaylin Sylvester, Nicole Harder, Carigan Albert and
Megan Huynh; Sunlake 400-yard freestyle relay
Second team
-Nicolette Clark, Sr., Zephyrhills, 200-yard freestyle
-Kristen Demsher, Fr., Land O' Lakes, 100-yard butterfly
-Meredith Diamond, Sr., Land O' Lakes, diving
-Lindsey Gorgen, Sr., Zephyrhills, 100-yard backstroke
-Nicole Harder, So., Sunlake, 500-yard freestyle
-Chelsea Hernandez, So.,Wiregrass Ranch, 50-yard freestyle
-Megan Huynh, Sr., Sunlake, 100-yard freestyle
-Haley Long, Sr., Land O' Lakes, 100-yard breaststroke
-Rebecca Pindral, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch, 200-yard ind. medley
-Kristin Dawson,Jocelyn Williams, Kristen Demsher and
Andrea Mapugay; Land O' Lakes 200-yard medley relay
-Lindsey Gorgen,Taylor McNeal,April Durrett and
Nicolette Clark; Zephyrhills 200-yard freestyle relay
-Haley King, Dona McDonald, Kristin Demsher and
Jocelyn Williams; Land O' Lakes 400-yard freestyle relay
Third team
-Nicolette Clark, Sr., Zephyrhills, 500-yard freestyle
-Courtney Smith, Fr., Zephyrhills, diving
-Mallory Grant, Sam Kopriva, Chelsea Hernandez and
Katie Murphy;Wiregrass Ranch 400-yard freestyle relay
Honorable mention
-Kara Inversso, Pasco
-Lindsey BlansetWesley Chapel

SAC boys swimming first team
-Alex Hill, Sr.,Wesley Chapel, diving
-Matt Menendez, Fr.,Wiregrass Ranch, 500-yard freestyle
-Nick Keach, Devin Anderson, Kyle Shaffer and
AustinVanVliet; Sunlake 400-yard freestyle relay
Second team
-Matt Menendez, Fr.,Wiregrass Ranch, 100-yard butterfly
-Kyle Shaffer, Sr., Sunlake, 100-yard breaststroke
-Kyle Shaffer, Sr., Sunlake, 200-yard individual medley
-AustinVanVliet,Jr., Sunlake, 100-yard freestyle
-Austin VanVliet,Jr., Sunlake, 200-yard freestyle
-Austin Wachsman,r., Sunlake, diving
-Zac SerotaJohn Michael GrantAlex Kovalenko and Michael
Hernandez;Wiregrass Ranch 200-yard freestyle relay
- Nick Keach, Devin Anderson, Kyle Shaffer and
AustinVanVliet; Sunlake 200-yard medley relay
Third team
-Devin Anderson, Fr., Sunlake, 200-yard freestyle
-Patrick Gray, Sr., Land O' Lakes, 200-yard ind. medley
-Grant Pawlak, So., Land O' Lakes, 500-yard freestyle
-Zac Serota, Sr., Land O' Lakes, 100-yard breaststroke
-Patrick Gray,Austen Johnnessen, James Adams and
Grant Pawlak; Land O' Lakes 200-yard medley relay
Honorable mention
-Peter Mercadawte, Pasco
-CodyYingling, Zephyrhills
Diver of theYear: Alex Hill,Wesley Chapel


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Members of the Adventist Health System family, politicians and community leaders help dig
the first hole that will eventually become the Wesley Chapel Medical Center.


HOSPITAL, from page 1
tors to get here to see him.
"Our family is proud to be a small part of
the hospital coming to Wesley Chapel," Don
continued."It's been part of a dream to see
this whole area develop."
J.D. Porter, Don's son, agrees with his fa-
ther.
"We love this area and it's time we had a


hospital,"J.D. said."This is
a necessary and impor-
tant step to give the
self-fulfilling need to
have a place to live, work
and play."
John Harding, presi-
dent and CEO of
Adventist Health
System's (AHS) Tampa
Bay Region, said talks to
build the hospital got
going three years ago as
a joint venture between
University Community
Hospital (UCH) andAHS.
The two companies
merged Sept. 1.
"In the mid '90s, UCH
and Adventist started
talking and moved for-
ward with this a few
years ago," said Harding,


Wesley Ch
Medical Ce
Location: just n
on Bruce B. Dowv
Size: 200,000-sq
ty, 52 acres
Project length:
Proposed cost:
Beds: 80 initially
expand to 300
Services: obstei
women's and me
general surgery, a
department with
a comprehensive
program, orthope
sports medicine.


of Lutz. "I never thought we would have
merged before the hospital was built. It was
back then when we figured out it is better
to work with each other instead of against
each other. I want everyone to know it was
actually Norm Stein. He took the first critical
steps to make this happen."
Stein retired as the president and CEO of
UCH when the companies merged.
"If you take a heli-
copter ride above here,
lapel and I did two times, and
enter fly over,you see a Super
Target and Super
orth of SR 56 Walmart," Stein said. "I
ns Boulevard said that area needs a
uare-foot facili- hospital for sure if it has
those two."
8-24 tStein added that he
8-24 months will soon be living just
$ 121 million north of the facility and
with plans to jokingly said it was nice
for AHS to build him a
hospital.
tries, pediatrics, After the ground-
n's services, breaking, Harding said,
an emergency I've been working on
helicopter pad, this for three years and
medical fitness was responsible for put-
edics and ting the design together.
It is just a beautiful day
that is finally here. Not


only for Adventist Health
System, but really for the
community. Even though
we have a hospital in
Zephyrhills,it's about 15
miles away, and UCH in
the south, when it comes
to any kind of injury, time
is extremely important.
Having this hospital for
the community ofWesley
Chapel, we just couldn't .
be more glad to be here A rendering of th
and serve this area. (Image courtesy
Brian Adams will be-
come the facility's
president and CEO in January. He is current-
ly the chief operating officer of Florida
HospitalAltamonte, part ofAHS.
"Not everyone in a community uses the
library,"Adams said."Believe it or not, not
everyone goes to the malls. But at some
point everyone is touched in a community
by the hospital."
"This is a really exciting project for the
Wesley Chapel community to have the doc-
tors and physicians they want right by their
homes,"Adams continued. "We're actually
right across the street from Seven Oaks
where my home will be.Just having oppor-
tunity to be part of what's happening in


e future Wesley Chapel Medical Center.
of Adventist Health System)

Pasco County, I'm thrilled to be part of it."
The hospital will take from 18-24
months to build and will use a design that
brings a natural element to healthcare while
keeping loved ones close by.
"Studies prove patients recover better in
an environment that allows them to relax,"
Adams said."Nothing is more relaxing than
nature.The rooms in the hospital are also
designed so the family can stay with the pa-
tient.That's the other piece that's important
to healthcare today - to have rooms that
are designed to be a part of the care. So in
addition to a great view, families will have
the ability to stay with together."


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Dade City Chamber names new directorBy Tammy Sue Strubletstruble@cnewspubs.comFormer Tampa Convention Center leader John Moors is the new executive director of the Dade City Chamber of Commerce.He started the job last week,replacing Nita Beckworth,who was relieved of the position last month. During the Thanksgiving holiday,the office struggled a little withstaffing.However, according to Joey Wubbna,the current chamberpresident,everything has been running smoothly since. "About nine chamber board volunteers took turns on different days working in the office,"Wubbna explained.Along with three full-timestaff in the office,they have handled Beckworth's absence. Wubbna said the chamber received about 20 applications for the position.The chamber board interviewed the topthree selected from the group Dec.6.SR 54 takes big step forwardNew Boyette Road opens, lanes shiftBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comDrivers passing through the construction site to widen SR 54 in Wesley Chapel likely noticed a big change during the last few days.The $105.2 million project,the most expensive in Pasco County history,is widening the 3.2 miles of highway from I-75 to Curley Road to six lanes.The project passed the symbolic halfway point Dec.15 when the traffic pattern shifted and the new portion of Boyette Road opened. "We worked extra hours to make sure it was done by that time,"said Robert Shepherd,Pasco chief project manager. "We're actually much further than halfway done because virtually all the utilities have been moved and only about 40 percent of the time has passed." The original contract called for the job to take 21 months and be done by the beginning of March 2012.Shepherd estimated more than 60 percent of the widening is finished,but hesitated to give a new completion date because,"Anything can happen in construction." Along with the traffic shifts,the new entrance to Boyette Road opened Dec.15.The new street was part of the SR 54 contracted, which is being completed by Pepper Contracting Services Inc. James Widman,Pasco chief engineer,said the new portion of Boyette was created to greatly reduce the amount of traffic on the winding Boyette Road. "The (Pasco) commission wants to make the roads safer by straightening roads and intersections like Boyette,"Widman said. "Our engineering study of the area from (2004) showed the S-curve in Boyette to be dangerous and the project is working to create a straighter road for most of the traffic." The older entrance to Boyette was the See BOYETTE,page13 ZEPHYRHILLS/DADE CITYThe LKERThe LKER December 22,2010It's Not Wednesday Until You Read The Laker! "I certainly buy into a focus on the past with an eye to the future," said John Moors, the new executive director of the Dade City Chamber of Commerce. Moors previously led the Tampa Convention Center. (Photo by Tammy Sue Struble)Leaders break ground for Wesley Chapel hospitalOwners of Florida Hospital begin new facilityBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comWhen Don Porter was growing up in what is now Wesley Chapel,his family was one of six living in the area.Today it has nearly 60,000 residents and will soon have its first hospital. The groundbreaking for the Wesley Chapel Medical Center was Dec.14 and Don vividly remembered what healthcare was like in the area decades ago. "Our family bought the land for Wiregrass Ranch in 1941,"Don said."In 1943 a B-26 (airplane) crashed and the whole crew died because there were no doctors or hospital out here.Then when I was growing up on the ranch we had a rider who was thrown from his horse and he broke his neck.That happened at 9 in the morning and it took until after 9 that night for docStories ofthe Season New wall celebrates a century at Zephyrhills HighDuring dedication of a commemorative wall built at Zephyrhills High School, Principal Steve Van Gorden was presented with a fra med photo of the completed wall. From left: School Board Vice Chairman Allen Altman; Van Gorden; senior class president Rainas Wao; student council member Devin McLeod; student council member Wesley Novak; Assistant Principal John Taylor; and James T. Davis, ass istant superintendent of Pasco County schools. (Photo by Tammy Sue Struble) More photos, page 2. The Spittka Family joined dozens of readers in sharing their wishes for the holiday season with us. Father Steven's favorite gift didn't come from a store,or a catalog or through online shopping.His favorite gift came from God, the Zephyrhills man writes."If Jesus did not die for me (or for all of us) we would not be saved and have eternal life in heaven.That is my favorite holiday present (including my family),"he proclaims. Daughter Shania,9,wants to give books to "someone that is trying to learn to read," writes the third-grader from Woodland Elementary School. Her sister,12-year-old Faith,is also charitable.She wants to give clothes to the homeless. The sixth-grader at Raymond B.Stewart Middle School offers a simple reason for wanting to help the poor:"Homeless people have nothing."Mother Mary,meanwhile,doesn't have a favorite Christmas gift.She says she is grateful for every gift she has ever received.And,her gratitude is not because of the gift,she says.It is because of the givers.Mary, Steven, Shania and Faith Spittka. (Photo by Glenn Gefers) Family shares holiday wishes See HOSPITAL,page21 See DIRECTOR,page13 MORE STORIES,pages14-15

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS December 22,2010 2 Zephyrhills High builds wall to celebrate centuryAs part of the Zephyrhills High School centennial celebration, supporters created a new wall to celebrate the school's 100-year anniversary. Senior class president Rainas Wao met Glenn Miller, the school's 1957 class president, at the dedication. (Photos by Tammy Sue Struble) Student Council members from Zephyrhills High School Erica Kinsman, treasurer; (from the left) Wes Novak, vice president; and Devin McLeod, secretary, stand in front of the commemorative wall during dedication ceremonies Dec. 17. Anjali Bedi (from the left) with Clereen Morrill Brunty and Dr. Bhupinder during dedication ceremonies for the wall to honor 100 years of Zephyrhills High School education Dec. 17 at the high school. Bedi and Bhupinder were major contributors for the wall. Part of the ZHS 100 Centennial Committee, Ann Smith Neukom and George Neukom, pose in front of the centennial memorial wall during dedication ceremonies Dec. 17 in Zephyrhills. Lifeshouldntlooklikeanoldrerun. ThatswhyIchosethecataract replacementlensthatcorrects morethanjustcataracts.ŽFlorenceHenderson,Crystalenspatient,2009 ! "#!!$ !% !$ &!&! " '$$ " !( "! !')*'##!* ! "%')+,!-."' /0121,!." '45%,!." ' Call Dr. Kaufman to schedule an appointment. Crystalens®is the only replacement lens designed to correct both your cataracts and give you a more natural range of vision. So you can see clearly, whether you're reading abook or looking across a beach. You dont have to live with hazy, blurry vision. Only your surgeon can determine if Crystalens is right for you.Zephyrhills6329 US 301 (Gall Blvd.)(813) 788-7616 www.KaufmanEyeInstitute.com Also serving Sun City Center and Bushnell $250rebate pereyethru1/31 Choose a Rehabilitation Team with a proven track record of success. Heartland of Zephyrhills813.788.7114 ® 23532 State Road 54 • Lutz, FL33559To schedule an appointment, please call:(813) 909-1600 Physician of the year 2005* • Board Certified in Internal Medicine • Your Health Care GuardianOver 22 years of experience in adult medicine We love to care for seniors Lab and EKG on-site WE SPECIALIZE IN HUMANA GOLD PLUSSŽ Habla Espa–ol "It is my mission and purpose to keep you well."Daniel L. Heinig, M.D.

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS December 22,2010 3 Your Community Guide to Food & Fun Dining & Entertainment Dining & Entertainment By B.C.Manion bcmanion@cnewspubs.comFrom its Italian maps and colorful murals to its pictures of Italy and Italian place mats,it is easy to see that the owners of this cozy restaurant pride themselves on their heritage.For nearly 25 years,the familyowned restaurant Piccola Italia Italian American Restaurant has been serving up its hearty fare to feed the locals of Zephyrhills and the city's abundant winter residents.Restaurant owners Antonietta D'Eramo and Sergio,Maria and Robert Pullo take pride in the homemade sauces,pasta and soups they serve. Sergio handles myriad chores at the restaurant.He makes the pasta and pizza dough.He also fixes just about anything that needs a repair,family members said. The restaurant evolved out of the women's love of cooking.When other mothers would send cupcakes to school functions,they would send pans of lasagna, said Robert,who is Maria's son. The menu tells patrons what to expect: "Good Italian cuisine cannot be rushed,"the menu proclaims."Please be patient while your order is being prepared." The restaurant's offerings include appetizers such as fried mushrooms,fried eggplant,fried zucchini and shrimp cocktail. If you like spaghetti,you can get it topped with meat sauce,marinara sauce, meatballs or sausage,butter sauce,garlic and oil,garlic and mushrooms,a la shrimp scampi and with seafood sauce. Other dishes feature veal,chicken, seafood and pasta,including stuffed shells, fettucine alfredo and lasagna.Other menu choices include pizza,calzones,sides,salads, soups,desserts,beer,wine and soft drinks. There's also a children's menu and senior citizen's menu. And,there are daily specials,too. Eating dinner at Piccola is "the equivalent of having a home-cooked meal,without being at home,"Robert said. In the beginning,it was a struggle, Antonietta said.Over the years,however,the restaurant has had staying power because the owners realize being successful required more than simply serving good food. Customers don't go out for dinner just to eat a good meal,Robert said.They also want the pleasure of being served. Customers also like to feel a personal connection to the people who are preparing and serving their food, Antonietta said."We mingle with everyone,"she said. Al Kirk,a restaurant regular, definitely feels the connection. He dropped by Piccola one recent afternoon and took his place at the head of the table, right next to the kitchen. "Every day that I can make it,I'm here,"he said.One of the reasons he comes so frequently is because he enjoys chatting with Antonietta and Maria. Another reason is that he enjoys the food.His favorite is the pasta pomodoro."You have to try it,"he said."I think it's delicious.I could live on it Ñ that's how good it is.When you order it,that's when they make it.I think that's the touch,right there."Antonietta said there's a secret to treating customers properly. "No matter what they do.No matter what they say Ñ smile,"she said. Maria and Antonietta said they want their patrons to be happy.If a mistake occurs, they want to make amends,they said. They also enjoy the camaraderie that builds over time with customers. It's quite common for diners to poke their head through a window into the kitchen just to say hello,Antonietta said.Maria offered this tip for getting the most flavor from a plate of spaghetti:"You've got to mix it up,"she said.That allows the spaghetti to absorb some of the sauce,allowing diners to taste the flavor in every bite.Besides serving diners,the restaurant handles catering and sells bottled sauce at the restaurant and online. As it approaches its silver anniversary,it is planning to branch out Ñ by distributing its bottled sauce to specialty markets.One day it hopes to have shelf space at large supermarket chains,such as Publix and Sweetbay,Robert said. The restaurant also plans to celebrate its 25th year by doing something special. They haven't ironed out the details yet. When they turned 20,they rolled back the price on their spaghetti dinner to what it was when they opened. They might do something similar in March,or celebrate some other way. Stay tuned. Antonietta D'Eramo (left), Robert Pullo and Maria Pullo take pride in the food they serve in their family-owned restaurant, which will celebrate its silver anniversary next year. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS December 22,2010 4 New corporate headquarters gives space for other servicesBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comWhen Florida Medical Clinic opened its newest facility in 2009 on SR 54 in Land O' Lakes,it was with an eye toward the future. It was built to easily allow for several expansions,and the first of those got under way Dec.6.The $3.5 million project is adding a 30,000-square-foot administrative building that will become the business'new corporate headquarters. Currently,Florida Medical is headquartered at a few locations in east Pasco County,including Zephyrhills. "I have mixed emotions a little bit because I've been in Zephyrhills for such a long time,but this will be the first time I can put all of the administrative functions in one location,"said Florida Medical Clinic CEO Joe Delatorre,who started the company in east Pasco 17 years ago."Right now there is a lot of lost time going back and forth to meet with all these different people.This will be very nice to be more centrally located." Florida Medical spokeswoman Janet Wing said the headquarters should be open by late summer 2011. With the timesaving,the movement west will open up room for more services in Zephyrhills. "We need more space for (same-day surgery) expansion,clinical rheumatology expansion and urgent care expansion all in Zephyrhills,"said Delatorre,who currently lives in Wesley Chapel."This new facility will free up the space for those expansions in east Pasco." The first of those future projects is for same-day surgery,which will be a 12,000square-foot expansion expected to begin in the first half of 2011.Rheumatology facilities will grow by 7,500 square feet,plus a tentative plan to make a 7,000-square-foot addition to urgent care. In addition,after the new headquarters are built,Delatorre said they will likely add another 18,000 square feet for more medical services to the Land O'Lakes facility. "We can't add any more physicians right now in Land O'Lakes,"Delatorre said."We're brimming."Delatorre said Florida Medical has 110 physicians and another 40 employees who extend doctor's ability to heal,such as nurses."The best thing to say is we are a progressive,multi-specialty physician-owned practice,"Delatorre said."You can come to one location and have many health issues taken care of." Florida Medical currently has 17 facilities operating in Lutz,Land O'Lakes,Wesley Chapel,Zephyrhills,Dade City,New Tampa, Carrollwood and North Tampa.Delatorre said Florida Medical's proximity to hospitals like Florida Hospital Zephyrhills,Pasco Regional Medical Center,St.Joseph's Hospital-North,University Community Hospital and the future Wesley Chapel Medical Center is one of its strengths. "If you see one of our doctors,you can go to basically any of those hospitals," Delatorre said."That helps with insurance issues for the patient.É Also,with our electronic health record it integrates all of our facilities,so it's seamless to go from one facility to the other." Florida Medical put its electronic medical records in place since 2006.It not only allows their doctors to see a patient's health history,but also to see all the medications they might be taking. "Just the medications alone for our seniors,a lot of time they don't remember which ones they're on,"Wing said."Here the history is all in the records so the physicians make sure nothing interacts with something else they're taking."As for any future expansions beyond what he listed,Delatorre grinned a little and said,"I have plenty more.Pasco County is an extension of Hillsborough County and there is a lot of activity going on here. We've been here for 17 years and developed a good reputation and recruited some great physicians.We are uniquely located in these markets and I think there is more to come." Florida Medical Clinic CEO Joe Delatorre stands in front of the construction site that will be the business'new corporate headquarters in Land O'Lakes. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) Alisa Geng, Liz Meredith, Florida Medical CEO Joe Delatorre, Diana Calderone and Glenn Maclean were all part of the Land O'Lakes facility's opening in 2009. (File photo)Big expansions ahead for Florida Medical Clinic

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS December 22,2010 7 Gaither's Colton Shepard wins hospital contestBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comAs the names of the children up for Kids are Heroes award were read Dec.13, Gaither High senior Colton Shepard was calm because he was not expecting to win. "We got to hear all the stories of the kids who were nominated and I didn't think I had a chance," Shepard said. "They read the names in alphabetical order,so when they skipped my name I was surprised because it meant I was in the top three." Then they announced Lutz resident Geena Allen came in third for the 13 to 18-year-old category,followed by Odessa resident Jonathon Bermudez in second.St. Joseph's Children's Hospital has been awarding the honor each year since 1996, and Shepard is the first Gaither Cowboy to take first place. "I was blown away,"Shepard said."The really cool thing is patients at the hospital judge it.It's a jury of your own peers who pick you instead of adults." Shepard was up for the award because his actions saved a mother and child from a burning vehicle.He was walking home from a friend's house in June when he saw the aftermath of a car accident near the intersection of Dale Mabry and North Lakeview Drive,just south of Lutz. The car was on fire,but that did not stop Shepard.He ran across the road,kicked in the windshield and got the mother and child out safely. Shepard is a member of Gaither's JROTC and he credits his quick actions with whathe has learned through the program. Shepard's JROTC instructor Senior Chief Ed Donohue submitted Shepard's name for the honor after learning about the award from principal Marie Whelan. "I thought what he did was heroic," Donohue said."For him to put himself out like that;a lot of people wouldn't have done that,especially a teenage kid. "He's done a great job for us,"Donohue continued."He's responsible.Volunteers a lot of his time to the unit.Makes good grades.He's a real good kid." Gaither's JROTC commanding officer Joseph Scott,a senior,said no one in the unit believed Shepard when he told them about what he did. "We're all really surprised when we heard what he did for that family,"Scott said."We didn't expect it out of him.To be that courageous to jump into action like that.When he first told us we had our doubts.We just thought he was messing around with us.He's a comical kid and likes to joke around all the time."The award Shepard received for winning is sitting in one of Gaither's trophy cases.Shepard said he plans on attending the University of Tampa and join its ROTC program.After graduating he wants to join either the Navy or Air Force for a four-year term, and then become a law enforcement agent.Bermudez,a senior on the Sickles High cross-country team,was nominated for the honor after he bought new running shoes for Abdin Fator,a sophomore on the squad. Fator was born in Sudan and moved to the United States in 2003.Bermudez used the money from his 17th birthday to buy Fator the new shoes and acted as a mentor for him all year.Allen,an honor roll student,was up for the award for helping turn another child's life around.She was asked be a teacher to check on an upset student in the restroom, and found a child had taken a large amount of medication.Allen stayed with the other girl and convinced her not only to get the medicine out of her system,but also to seek help.More than 1,000 children from across Tampa Bay have been honored through St. Joseph's Children's Hospital Kids are Heroes program.About 100 nominations were received for the honor this year.3 area teens earn distinction as heroes Colton Shepard with his JROTC uniform and award he won for placing first in the Kids are Heroes competition. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS December 22,2010 8 Births at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills --Ballenger, Jayce Ryan; born Dec.6 to Shannon Ballenger of Zephyrhills--Boucher, Dylan Reese Oliver; born Nov.19 to Michael and Allison Boucher of Zephyrhills --Burns, R'Tayvion D.; born Dec.10 to Jamecia Burns of Zephyrhills--Contreras, Jr., Juan Ramon;born Dec.14 to Juan Ramon and Isabel Contreras of Dade City --Cox, Colby George; born Nov.23 to Tony Cox and Debra Smith of Zephyrhills --Crawford, Austin Bruce; born Dec.5 to Patrick and Jennifer Crawford of Zephyrhills--Edwards, Noah Jeremiah Munro;born Nov.25 to David Edwards and Julie Clark of Dade City --Garcia Mendoza, Izac Elias; born Dec.8 to Guillermo Garcia and Jessica Mendoza of Lutz--Gaudette, Kairi Marie;born Dec.6 to Nicholas Gaudette and Kelley Gomes of Wesley Chapel --Green, Nathan James; born Nov.18 to Michael Lay and Jessica Green of Zephyrhills --Greim, Austin David; born Nov.22 to David and Lyndsi Greim of Dade City --Gutierrez, Guadalupe; born Dec.12 to Orlando Gutierrez and Marisela Emilio of Dade City --Hollinger, Graham Garrison; born Nov. 23 to Brett and Sarah Hollinger of Dade City --Lewis, Landon Carol Sheridan; born Nov. 21 to Brandon Lewis and Caitlin Burton of Dade City --Lott, Destinik Aubreonna; born Nov.29 to Demetrius Lott and Lekeisha Giles of Dade City --MacDonald, Ashleigh Grace; born Dec.15 to George and Paula MacDonald of Wesley Chapel --Mangan, Nicholas Anthony; born Nov.26 to Timothy Mangan and Gina Congiusti of Wesley Chapel --Martinez, Keely; born Nov.26 to Daniella Martinez of Zephyrhills --Montejo, Helen M.; born Nov.19 to Josue and Gloria Montejo of Dade City --Morales, Juan Velez; born Nov.26 to Ivan and Karina Morales of Dade City--Morgan, Xander James;born Dec.4 to Allan Morgan III and Elaina Miller of Zephyrhills --Ostermann, Addison Layne; born Nov.19 to Kirk Ostermann and Ashley Badia of Zephyrhills --Pugh, Lakyn Kobain; born Nov.20 to Travis Pugh and Jessi Perez of Dade City--Rivera, Analise Giselle;born Dec.1 to Anthony Rivera and Joana Ramos of Zephyrhills --Salazar, Josue Christian Yandel; born Nov.27 to Priscilla Perez of Dade City--Santiago, Robert Janiel;born Nov.22 to Jose Santiago and Veronica Reyes of Zephyrhills --Simeri, Colin Rex; born Dec.10 to Rex Simeri and Erica Probst of Zephyrhills --Smith, Noah Jacob; born Dec.11 to Christopher and Naomi Smith of Wesley Chapel --Sparks, Avyan Timothy; born Nov.22 to Timothy Sparks and Hazel Cummings of Dade City --Thompson, Jocelyn Renee; born Dec.11 to Justine Thompson of Zephyrhills --Venad, Jonathan G. and Nathan G. (twins); born Nov.29 to Georgy Venad and Anna Thomas of ZephyrhillsBirths at Pasco Regional Medical Center --Bennefield, Alana Grace; born Nov.3 to William and Jessica Bennefield of Dade City --Cruz, Jessailyne; born Nov.12 to Alvin and Jessica Cruz of Dade City --Davis, Jaylin Rose Marie; born Nov.4 to Mitchel Davis and June Dawson of Zephyrhills --Elmore, Nevaeh Lynn; born Oct.18 to Justin and Heather Elmore of Zehyrhills --Frazier, Justice LeAnne; born Nov.21 to Willis Frazier and Ashley Russ of Dade City --Hall, Alyssa Lynn; born Oct.19 to Ryan Hall and Denise Seufer of Zephyrhills --Hicks, Noel Niaeem; born Oct.29 to Lamar Hicks,Jr.and Ashlee Prater of Dade City --Hitts, Aliyah Jade; born Nov.4 to Karl Hitts and Salena Phillips of Dade City --Sanchez, Destini Alian; born Oct.14 to Luciano Sanchez and Mayra Vasquez of Dade City --Soto, Esmeralda Skye; born Nov.12 to Samuel and Cody Soto,Jr.of Zephyrhills --Stephens, Ryan Alexander; born Nov.12 to David Stephens and Ashley Dillman of Dade City--Sundstrom, Serenity Anne;born Nov.11 to Shawn and Heather Sundstrom of Dade City --Wagland, Madison Ann; born Oct.21 to Bradley Wagland and Durdane Besler of Dade City--Wansor, Nina LeeAnn; born Nov.4 to Phillip Wansor and Carly Richards of Zephyrhills the stork reportSend us your birth announcementsSend your birth announcements to news@cnewspubs.com or Community News Publications,PO Box 271880,Tampa,FL 33688-1880.Fax:(813) 909-2802. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS December 22,2010 10 It was a blue letter she wrote to me It's silver words she told ÔWanna be on the road to paradise I want a lover who don't get oldÐFleetwood MacBy Randall GranthamCommunity ColumnistAh,the Yuletide season is upon us Ñ the most joyous time of the year for many. For the young children who anxiously await the arrival of Santa Claus.For retailers and online merchants.And for the United States Postal Service. The Post Office has lost millions of dollars in revenue to shipping giants like UPS, and then millions more because the rest of the year people are using e-mail and the Internet more to communicate. But at this time of year,people still like to send Christmas cards by mail.Real mail, with little personal notes written in it,sent in an actual envelope that has a stamp on it and is physically delivered to its recipient.Remember when we used to do that all the time? Not only do I have some recollection of it,I also have a collection of the stuff from when it was the only game in town.It wasn't sneered upon as "snail mail."It was celebrated,cherished,ingrained into our culture.The day,and eventually the time of day,that the mail was delivered was looked forward to as a high point.My grandfather collected not only stamps,but also mailings of every kind.He had First Day Covers,when people actually noted the day and place that a particular stamp would be issued.They would send empty envelopes,at first blank and,later, adorned with pictures and slogans,with payment for the yet-to-be-issued postage receipt (stamp),to that location just to have a first day of issue post-marked envelope.I've got tons of them.What a moneymaker that was.He also had a large collection of postcards from around the nation and even the world.They weren't to or from Grandpa, in most cases,but were acquired by him over years at shows and stamp meets.He even had about two shoeboxes full of postings from the Clark(e) family back and forth between Summit,in Marion County, Fort Brook,Fort Dade on Egmont Key and even from a ship anchored off the Cuban coast during the Spanish/American War.I've tried,without success,to locate any of that family to see if they were interested in them,so maybe I'll just read them and piece together a bit of their frontier life.It might make a good e-book or maybe even a movie.One thing I didn't realize that people did was to send "Grieving Cards."These are notes that are sent out in specially decorated envelopes announcing the death of someone to others who otherwise wouldn't know for some time. The ones I've got are very sad and stoic.Sad,but very intimate and personal Ñ just the way the Internet and e-mail and texts and IMs are not! And not profitable for the Post Office either.So I'm glad to see this mailing season arrive.We send out cards every year.It ain't easy,certainly not as easy as a mass e-mail blast,but it's part of the tradition and adds a very personal feel to this time of year.It is worth the time and effort to sit down and address all the cards and write a note to each person and then to lovingly sign each card.Fortunately we've got our mailing list on computer and can generate mailing labels for the entire batch.And this year, once again,we'll have the print shop emboss each one with our personal greeting and signatures.Now all we have to do pay the postage and put the stamps on.Oh wait,there's an app for that. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Holidays give Post Office something to celebrate COMMENTARY Savings and Loan Rates Deposit Calculator Best Loan Rates LOCAL RATESThese were the lowest loan rates available among Tampa-area institutions surveyed by Bankrate.com® as of Friday: Used car 36 monthSee how earnings on your certi“cates of deposit are performing against the Bankrate National Index by using the chart below. New car 48 month Home equity loan Phone RateBEST BASIC CREDIT CARD DEALSThese were the best standard credit card deals available among U.S. banks surveyed by Bankrate.com® as of Tuesday:Note: Rates are for standard credit cards, and information applies to purchases only. Cash advances frequently are charged interest from the date of transaction. Additional fees may be charged such as for exceeding a credit line, making an ATM transaction, or if a check is returned. B=Billing, T=Transaction, P=Posting, V=Variable rate, F=Fixed. Min. to Yield MMA/Savings account Phone earn int. 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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 December 22,2010 11 LEND A HAND GIFT DISTRIBUTIONFarmworkers Self-Help will have its annual Christmas Fiesta gift distribution Dec.24 at the Pasco County Fairgrounds,36722 SR 52 in Dade City.Join other volunteers to distribute gifts to farm worker families.Setup by volunteers starts at 4 a.m. Families will pick up gifts from 6 a.m.-noon. Donations of gently used clothing, shoes,blankets,socks and gloves accepted. For information,call (813) 951-2288.NEW YEARS EVE PARTYCentennial Aerie No.4399 in Dade City will be hosting a New Years Eve party from 2-6 p.m.Dec.31.Tickets are $25 per person and include an open bar until 4 p.m.There will be a ham dinner and music by The Alabama Cowboy.For information,call (352) 567-9755 or visit the Aerie at 15924 US 301 N.FOR YOUR HEAL TH VEGETARIAN COOKINGWesley Chapel SDA Church,33420 SR 54 West,will host vegetarian cooking classes from 4-6:30 p.m.each Sunday in January 2011.Each program will offer a complete meal for $5,guest speakers,food demonstrations,learning nuggets and door prizes.To pre-register before Dec.30,call (813) 779-1387 or (813) 788-9015.FRESH MARKETThe Shops at Wiregrass will host a fresh market from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.the first Saturday of each month.The market features a variety of vendors selling only fresh,local, homemade,handcrafted or eco-friendly products.For information,visit www.theshopsatwiregrass.com.WEIGHT LOSS SEMINARHealth and fitness expert Samantha Taylor of Pure Health Studios will host a free weight loss seminar from 7-8:30 p.m.Jan.3 at Holiday Inn Express,8310 Galbraith Rd., behind Muvico off Bruce B. Downs Boulevard.RSVP required.To register,call (813) 909-4939 or visit www.PureHealthStudios.com.BELLY FAT SEMINARDr.Aliya Redwood of Wesley Chapel Chiropractic will host a belly fat seminarJan.11 at 27210 Foamflower Blvd.in Wesley Chapel.Learn the truth,jumpstart your metabolism and shed pounds.RSVP required.For information,call (813) 9732261.F AITH MA TTERS ANNUAL FAMILY DAYThe Church of God In Christ will host its annual family day with services beginning at 11 a.m.Dec.26.A plaque will be given to the family with the largest number of family members and friends in attendance.Dinner will be served following the service.Everyone is welcome to join in the fellowship.The church is located at 14626 Seventh Street in Dade City.For information,call (813) 996-4168.JOIN THE CLUB ROTARY CLUB OF NEW TAMPAThe Rotary Club of New Tampa will host guest speaker,Stephen Ibison,special agent in charge of the Central Florida FBI Jan.7.The Rotary's weekly club breakfast meetings are at 7 a.m.Friday mornings at the Tampa Palms Golf and Country Club, 5811 Tampa Palms Blvd.For information, call Karen Frasier at (813) 375-2663 or visit www.newtamparotary.org.F AMIL Y FUN CHOCOLATE FESTIVALMOSI will host The Festival of ChocolateJan.15-17.The interactive festival includes chocolate tasting,shopping,and educational exhibits.Entrance is complimentary with MOSI admission.Each adult advance ticket receives $3 in chocolate coins to spend in the festival. MOSI members receive discounted entry. For information,visit tampa.festivalofchocolate.com.THE MAGIC OF MUSIC LOUIS ARMSTRONGThe Florida Orchestra will present The One and Only Louis Armstrong at 8 p.m.Jan.7 at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts inn Tampa.Revisit the music of the great Louis Armstrong with Byron Stripling,the star of the musical "Satchmo:America's Musical Legend."Tickets start at $20.For tickets,call (800) 662-7286 or visit www.floridaorchestra.org. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT BEANIE BABIES CORRALDonate your Beanie Babies to Gulfside Regional Hospice's Thrift Shoppe and receive ten percent off any item in the store.The beanies are used with Gulfside's Mending Hearts Kids' program.Thrift shoppe locations are 36504 SR 54 in Zephyrhills and 37925 Sky Ridge Circle in Dade City. find the absolute best holiday lookat the absolute salon & spacameo cameo the absolute salon• hair • nails • massage • facials • full body waxing • spa packages • hair extensions • keratin 813 948 74111817 collier parkway,lutz cameosalonspa.com $2000FREE$10000gift card for just $8000OR $5000gift card for just $4000SPA PACKAGES AVAILABLE december specials: 60 minute heat therapy massage only $59 vanilla plum spa pedicure w/hot stone treatmentonly $56

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS December 22,2010 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 Chuckie is a rescued dogChuckie is a Pekingese mix adopted Thanksgiving 2008. Brian, a friend of Chuckie's owners, sent his picture to them and it was love at first sight. Chuckie has been through some difficult health problems but survived them all. He enjoys his morning walks and playing with his best canine friends, Colby and Champ. Chuckie also loves to travel and will stick his head out the window while riding in the car. He loves to watch people and enjoys vacationing at the condo on the beach. Chuckie has captured the hearts of his proud owners Arnie and Sonja Newland of Wesley Chapel. Rowing Club supports HPH HospiceThe Land O'Lakes Rowing Club presents a check for $1,675 to the HPH Hospice after the organization's charity event, Row and Paddle for Hospice. HPH provides hospice care and counseling to people across Pasco County. "Next year, we are going to at least double it," said the club's founder Mary Jane Kranendonk. Seen in the center are rowers Kranendonk, Leslie Stanford and Val Volkner, with HPH workers Laura Finch (left) and Katy Geschke on the sides. (Photo courtesy of Kranendonk) (Includes pre-anesthetic exam,anesthesia,pain & antibiotic pre-medication) Dogs & cats must be healthy and current on vaccines & at least 3 months old but not more than 5 years old.Dogs should be at least 5 lbs.,Cats,3 lbs. ECONOMY SPAY & NEUTER:Call for appointment:Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee.Cat Neuter: $30 Cat Spay: $40 Dog Neuter:Dog Spay: up to 11 lbs$40up to 11 lbs$50 12 33 lbs$4512 22 lbs$55 34 66 lbs$5523 44 lbs$60 67 88 lbs$7045 66 lbs$70 89 132 lbs$8567 88 lbs$90 89 132 lbs$105ECONOMY VACCINES:Mon,Tues,Thurs & Fri 1 3 pm,Sat 11 1 pmWalk-Ins Welcome.Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee. Includes exam & economy vaccines.Consult is add'l $30 on request.(813)949-441621515 VILLAGE LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLAND O'LAKES CATS • Rabies 1 yr $9.99 • Feline Leukemia $19.99• Feline Distemper Combo $9.99DOGS • Rabies 1 yr $9.99• Canine Distemper Combo $17.99• Bordetella/Kennel Cough $9.99 SR 54US 41 MON-TUES-THURS-FRI 8 AM 6 PM SAT 8 AM 2 PM CLOSED WED & SUN 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 CANINE TRAINING CANINETRAINING LLC LLC Gift Certificates Available Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special and include a photo with names on the back and mail to:Pet of the W eek , P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548 E-mail: kwelton@cnewspubs.com ATTN: Pet of the Week • Veterinarians • Grooming • Breeding • Training • Supplies • Pet Sitters • Pets 4 Sale PET STATION PETof theWEEK NO HIDDEN FEES FOR MEDICATIONS OR TRIPS TO OUR PLAYYARDS, ONE PRICE DOES ITALL!Mention this ad for 10% off 1st stay or groom.Serving LOL & surrounding areas since 2001 (813) 995-9896"Where Every Pet is Treated Like Royalty"

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS December 22,2010 13 Moors,from New Tampa,has a strong background in the hotel/hospitality business.Although the former Tampa Convention Center head,Moors has ties with Dade City.He was an adjunct professor at Saint Leo University and has served on the Advisory Council for hospitality and tourism at the university for about five years. "So,I am not unfamiliar with the area," Moors said. After about a decade at the convention center,he left in March citing health reasons Ñ which Moors said have not slowed him down.He expressed confidence that health issues will not affect his work at the Dade City Chamber. At 58,Moors states that the Dade City position,"Doesn't feel like it's any less pressure"than the convention center job.In fact, he has been busy doing different things since he left the Tampa job.Moors has been very active in business as-DIRECTOR,from page 1 "Remember, if Christmas isn't found in your heart, you won't find it under a tree." ~ Charlotte Carpenter Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comThe Laker / Lutz News easiest way for many people to get to the Wesley Chapel District Park, the largest county recreation facility in east and central Pasco.The stoplight at the older entrance has also be removed and replaced by a new traffic signal at the new intersection of Boyette and SR 54. Shepherd said the traffic shift and opening of the new entrance of Boyette would have been done a few weeks earlier if the cold weather had not delayed things. "You can't do a lot of road work when it is cold,"Shepherd said."The asphalt won't harden and there are other problems with working in cold weather."BOYETTE,from page 1 The New entrance to Boyette Road opened Dec. 15. The last day of work on SR 54 before the traffic pattern shift caused some backups, but the new lanes are now open. In addition, the stoplight at the old entrance to Boyette (seen here) has been removed. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)sociations and charity organizations."I most recently just finished as volunteer coordinator for Moving Hillsborough Forward,"he said,referring to a recent transportation initiative for increased transportation services throughout the county that voters defeated.He remains involved with the Paint Your Heart out Tampa project where approximately 3,000 volunteers paint 100 houses in one day. "It is primarily for fixed income seniors who couldn't afford to do it otherwise," Moors explained.He has also been involved with the United Way and chaired Leadership Tampa Alumni through the Greater Tampa Chamber. Moors is looking forward to his new position as executive director at the Dade City Chamber of Commerce;he was ready for a change. "It is a new and exciting challenge,"he said."I certainly buy into a focus on the past with an eye to the future.I believe this community is moving in the right direction." NEED AFFORDABLEHOME PHONE SERVICE?WE HEAR YOU.1Maximum benet toward installation charges is $30. Does not include charges for wiring inside the home. Terms and conditions subject to change. Some restrictions may apply. ©2010 Verizon. All rights reserved.AtVerizon, we know how important a home phone is to your familys safety and security.Verizon is a proud sponsor of Lifeline, a program that oers qualied customers home telephone service at a discount. 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THE LAKER / WESLEY CHAPEL / ZEPHYRHILLS December 22 , 2010 14 CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800THE LAKER / WESLEY CHAPEL / ZEPHYRHILLS December 22 , 2010 15 Stories of the SeasonWe asked you to share your holiday stories with us — to tell us about your favorite gift or to let us know what present you would give if you could give anything to any recipient of your choosing. You shared some funny, sweet and poignant stories with us, which we now pass along, with some editing touches. Here’s wishing you and your families a wonderful holiday season filled with moments that become the stuff of happy memories.– Compiled by B.C. Manion (All photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) DELAYED GRATIFICATIONIt took decades for Betty J. Campbell of Zephyrhills to get the Christmas gift that she always wanted. Her favorite present is “a doll – blonde-haired, blue-eyed, bluedressed. As a child, every Christmas, my sister got a blondehaired, blue-eyed, blue-dressed doll and I got a brunette-haired, greeneyed, pink-dressed doll. Oh, how I yearned for a blonde-haired, blueeyed, blue-dressed doll,’ Betty writes. Her husband gave it to her when she was 60, and she still gets a thrill from his gesture. A WISH THAT CAME TRUEWhen Savanna Maslen thinks about her favorite present, it doesn’t take her long to decide what it was: It was her Ariat boots. “It mattered sooo much because all year until Christmas I was saying, ‘I want boots for Christmas,’ ” notes the 15year-old Zephyrhills High student. (Who gave her the gift? Why, Santa Claus, of course!) THE CHRISTMAS BUNNY? You’ve heard about the Easter bunny, right, but what about some Christmas bunnies? Taylor Ferrante’s holiday wish list includes “a dozen, real bunny rabbits.” The third-grader from Lutz Elementary school wants to give the bunnies to her mom. “My mom had fun with her bunny rabbit when she was a kid and I think the bunnies would make her happy,’’ the 9year-old writes. A GIFT OF GOOD SCENTSIf Haley Schiessl could give anyone anything that she wanted, her mom would be the lucky recipient. Haley knows just exactly what would get for her mom, too: “I would get lotion and perfume,” the 9-year-old Lutz girl writes. Why did she choose her mom? “Because my mom is out of the ordinary and she’s always there when I look back,” notes the fourth-grader from Lutz Elementary. HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS George Smith has vivid memories of the year when he received his favorite present: a small metal wind-up, spring-driven tractor with rubber treads. ‘This was Christmas 1935. Times were tough. I was born in Lutz and was 8 years old; my sister was 5 years old,” writes 83-year-old Smith, a Lutz resident. “Mr. and Mrs. Means had no children and decided to give us Christmas by having someone with a bell come through the orange grove as Santa,” George notes. The kindly elderly couple lived across US 41 from George’s granddad’s house. A GIFT THAT GLITTEREDNichole Barber’s favorite gift gave her holiday season a special glow. Her most prized present of all was the engagement ring she received from her boyfriend in 2006, the Lutz woman writes. “We had been together for three years and were expecting our first child,” Barber explains. That’s why the gift meant so much. GENEROUS HEARTIf Angelina Phongsy could give any gift she wanted, she would give “all of the toys of the world” to “children who can’t afford presents on Christmas.” The 11-year-old Wesley Chapel girl, who attends Dr. John Long Middle School, notes her motivations are simple: “I want to make them happy because they are poor and can’t afford things.” NOT A TYPICAL GIFTIf the gift-giving universe were at her command, Samantha Joy Cotto knows what she would give to her BFFL (best friend for life), Jocelyn Hellier. She’d give the girl a soccer player to play with her. The Wesley Chapel 11-year-old notes that Jocelyn deserve the present because “she’s a very kind-hearted friend. We do everything together.” WANTED: A JETS JACKET THAT FITSFrank Ferritti’s favorite holiday present is a Jets jacket that his daughter gave him one year — or more accurately, almost gave to him. The Jets are Frank’s favorite team and the Land O’ Lakes man was thrilled when his daughter gave him the jacket. But there was a snag. “I never wore the jacket because it was the wrong size,” he notes. His daughter offered to exchange the jacket for a larger size. Instead, he said, “she decided to keep the money.”(Perhaps that old saying is true after all: It’s the thought that counts.) THE GIFT OF LIFEKatie Cromie doesn’t have to look far to find her favorite holiday present. It’s the presence of her 3-year-old daughter, Aryanna Grace. The little girl has been ill with gastrointestinal problems. Katie favorite holiday present is “the blessing of having my family present,” the Wesley Chapel woman writes. She praises “Our Lord Jesus Christ and Savior” for giving that gift to her. She’s grateful, because “at any moment, life can be taken. Having my daughter and family around the dinner table and our Christmas tree is by far the most special blessing.” Aryanna Grace is getting better now and may not need surgery. “However, this year has been quite challenging and it would be wonderful to close out the holiday with a picture of my daughter and me together.” A WII PRESENTWhen 8-year-old Anthony Fields considered what gift he would give and who he would give it to if he could, he decided he would give away a Wii and it would go to Joses. “I chose him because he is funny, does good with game systems like me, and even uses the saying, “Playstation is better than XBox and Wii is for little girls,” Anthony writes. The third-grader from Sand Pine Elementary school says he is not sure why Joses says what he says about Wii, but it doesn’t matter. “He still is very special to me,” writes the 8-year-old from Wesley Chapel. WE’RE GOING TO DISNEY WORLD!When Jeanne Forsythe wants a little lift all she needs to do is take out the photo album of her family’s trip to Disney World. It was her favorite holiday present, ever. She was living in Tennessee at the time and after the family had eaten their holiday dinner, her mother told Jeanne to lift up her plate and look underneath it. Surprise! There was $500 there. Jeanne’s husband found $500 under his plate, too. The family used the money to pay for its trip to Disney World. “My mother believed in family time and making memories,” the Wesley Chapel woman notes. During the trip, “I sent her an e-mail from the hotel lobby saying “I feel 12 again.” It was Jeanne’s mom’s last Christmas. “She died unexpectedly the following spring.” THE JOY OF FLYINGGary Andersen was just a small boy when his parents gave him his favorite gift: a cardboard, free-standing airplane cockpit instrument panel. “I was 5 years old and loved airplanes,” the Land O’ Lakes man writes. Andersen, now 72, reminisces about the instrument panel and about his childhood, “living in a mobile home park in southern Iowa, next to a defense plant where they (his parents) both worked making bombs. “When we moved back to Minnesota,” he notes, “the bomb plant blew up.” A FUTURE GIFT CONSULTANT?She’s only 5, but Emilina Brown already has a pretty great gift idea for her friend. She’d like to give Sabree, who lives down the street, “a big Barbie doll.” The Oakstead Elementary kindergartner, who lives in Land O’ Lakes, wants to give Sabree a present “because she’s nice and I’m her friend.”(Emilina and Santa are alike: They like to give to kids who are not naughty, but nice.) HER CHRISTMAS SHOESHearing the song “Christmas Shoes,” always brings tears to Sabrina Skinner’s eyes. It makes her think of the Christmas when her children — Alex, Dalton, Zachary and Noah — went shopping with her mom and got her some tennis shoes. “I really needed new tennis shoes,” the Dade City woman writes. “In making sure I got gifts for my boys, I wasn’t able to afford shoes for myself.” Out of everything they could haven chosen, they picked out the pair of shoes. “It showed me how much my boys pay attention to the things I need.” GIFT IDEA: A VACATION FOR MOMIf Zachary Murphy could afford it, he would give his mom, Sabrina Skinner, a vacation. He offers a simple explanation for why he’d like to give this gift. “She’s nice to me and she does a lot of stuff for me,” writes the 11-year-old from Dade City who is a fifth-grader at Pasco Elementary School. (Hey mom, maybe you can get a rain check until Zachary is, say, 25?) All IS CALM — NOW! When Kathy Zappe of Land O’ Lakes thinks about her favorite holiday gift , it’s not a shiny red bicycle, a glittering necklace or an exciting trip to Paris. It is the feeling of relief that she felt when the associates at the Home Depot store in Carrollwood helped her husband, Josh, find their 4-year-old daughter, Jamie. Kathy was on the phone with Josh as the professional and systematic search went on for nearly 30 minutes. It ended when Jamie was found hiding behind a plant. An elated, Kathy writes: “My 4-year-old daughter is the greatest gift I’ve ever received.” SHE FLIPS FOR A TOY DOGWhen Erica Leon was just a young girl she desperately wanted a dog. But that was not to be.“We lived in New York City in an apartment and couldn’t get one,” the Land O’ Lakes woman writes.”“My parents gave the cutest toy dog instead. “There weren’t many presents then, but that one was the perfect gift. I wish I still had that little toy to share with my daughter now.” A DIFFERENT KIND OF MUSIC BOXJo Ann Massengill was just 10 years old when she received her most treasured gift.“When we (the family) finished opening our gifts on Christmas Eve, my dad gathered up all the wrappings and took them out to the garbage,” the Zephryhills woman recalls.Then he came back in, announcing: “Look what I found on the front porch.” JoAnn saw a huge suitcase. It turned out to be a 120 bass accordion. “My parents weren’t rich and couldn’t afford specialties like this,” the Zephyrhills woman wrote. “I cried. I was so excited.” NO SHOPPING REQUIREDMark Jordan’s family didn’t need to get up before the crack of dawn to get a Black Friday deal to make him happy. They just need to be together for the holidays. “Presents mean a lot, but family means more,” notes the Land O’Lakes resident. “Spending time with my grandparents and my parents for the holidays means the world to me. I love them so much. “That is the best present,” he concludes. PONYING UP SOME PRESENTSIf 10-year-old Jessica Davison had it her way, all of the kids at Place Program would have a “My Little Pony” to play with. The Woodland Elementary School student wants to help out the program because “Place does not have a lot of “My Little Pony (toys)” and a bunch of girls like playing with them.” The Zephryhills girl has done her part: She gave Place some of her ponies. HEY, HOW ABOUT A GIFT FOR SANTA?Second-grader Clayton Topdemir came up with a novel idea for whom he would give a gift to this holiday season. He’d give a gift to Santa — a Christmas tree, in fact. Why would he do that? “So Santa could celebrate Christmas, too,” writes the 7-year-old who lives in Lutz and attends Denham Oaks Elementary.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS December 22,2010 16 YMCA cheerleading registrationRegistration for the upcoming East Pasco Family YMCA cheerleading program is Jan.130,with the sessions running from Jan. 27-March 19.Participants can be ages 3-10. They will learn cheers,jumps and other movements to perform in games on Saturdays.The cost is $45 for members,$65 for nonmembers.A $10 discount is given for each additional sibling who registers.For more information,e-mail Shawn Brown sbrown@tampaymca.org or call (813) 7809622.2011 winter basketball leagueThe East Pasco Family YMCA will start registration for its winter basketball leagues from Jan.1-31 for boys and girls to learn the fundamentals of the game while emphasizing fun and fair play.The eight-week season runs from Jan. 29-March 19 and includes a pre-season skills clinic,eight games and a celebration party after the last contest.All games are at the YMCA, 37301 Chapel Hill Loop in Zephyrhills.The cost is $50 for members who sign up by Jan.23,$75 for nonmembers.The price increases by $25 for those who wait until Jan.31.There is Check This Out a $10 discount for each additional sibling who registers.Volunteer coaches are also needed.For more information,e-mail Shawn Brown sbrown@tampaymca.org or call (813) 780-9622.Adult flag football leagueThe 2011 East Pasco Family YMCA adult flag football league will have registration from Jan.1Feb.7 at the facility's welcome center,37301 Chapel Hill Loop in Zephyrhills.There will be a mandatory captains meeting Feb.2 and games start Feb.7.Teams consist of five to 10 players ages 18 and older.The season is eight weeks with one game each week at a cost of $300 a team. All games will be played on Monday or Tuesday nights starting at 5:30 p.m.at East Krusen Field. For more information,e-mail Shawn Brown sbrown@tampaymca.org or call (813) 780-9622.Gators baseball golf tournament The Land O' Lakes High baseball team will have a charity golf tournament at 1 p.m.Jan.22 at Plantation Palms Golf Club in Land O' Lakes.The event is $80 and all proceeds will benefit the Gators baseball team.The event includes a meal, prizes and range balls.Contests for the longest drive,putting and closest to the pin will be part of the event.An auction to raise more money will also be part of the day and will include items like merchandise signed by professional athletes. For more information or to register,call Gators coach Calvin Baisley at (813) 962-8802.Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports Positions mean nothing to Wiregrass RanchBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Wiregrass Ranch High boys basketball program narrowly missed its first playoff appearance last year and the squad's seven seniors are using that disappointment as motivation this season. The Bulls (6-2) lost in the Class 4A, District 8 semifinals 57-52 to Nature Coast Tech last year.A win in that contest would have sent them to their first postseason. "We want to get what we missed out on last year,"said senior Tanner Carey."We want to get the first district title for our program." The 2009-10 Bulls went 21-6,but the team lost five seniors including 6-foot-9 center Eric Williams who scored more than 1,000 points and pulled down more than 700 rebounds while at Wiregrass Ranch. "I think this team is better than that team,"said Bulls coach Jeremy Calzone,who has led the squad since the school opened in 2005."We have more depth this year.We go 10 deep.We're going to be just fine with these players." The team goes 10 deep on the depth chart,but the flexibility in the lineup goes farther than that.Calzone stresses that none of the players have set positions. "We don't really characterize them," Calzone said."Basically we have four guards and one center.Anyone can go inside and play the post or step out and play on the perimeter.For example,if we feel like Tanner Carey can get things going in the post we'll put him there,but he's also our best three-point shooter." Senior Josiah Jones is the epitome of that flexibility.Not only can he throw down acrobatic dunks,he can also step back and drain nothing-but-net jump shots. "It's kind of just automatic,"Jones said about the shift from inside to outside play. "We're all used to it.It lets us attack our opponent's weakness.I'm not sure how my mentality changes,but just when I see a lane open to the net or an open shot I'll take either." Jones is not usually a starter for the Bulls,but his impact is felt immediately when he checks in. "He's our high flyer," Calzone said."He can do exciting things and makes the crowd get up and cheer.He comes in off the bench and is instant energy for us." Two pieces to the Wiregrass Ranch versatile backcourt are seniors Antwan Prince and James Tringali. While many of the Bulls have chemistry from years of playing together,these two have a different connection from years on the gridiron. Tringali has been the quarterback of the Bulls football team since halfway through his freshman year,and Prince has been one of his most reliable targets.The two connected for 37 completions and 598 yards and five touchdowns this season, more than any other combination on the squad. "It's not just in sports,but in school and outside school too,"Tringali said."We spend a lot of time together and are good friends.We just know where the other is going to be on the floor." Prince said they spend a lot of time together,but the two have very different personalities.Prince is very laid back and calm much of theSenior-heavy Bulls shooting for first district crowntime,while Tringali is more of a fiery leader. Prince is currently averaging 13.5 points per game,the second most for the Bulls behind Carey's 13.6,while also leading Wiregrass Ranch with 28 steals. Tringali has been more of a facilitator, dishing out a team-high 39 assists while adding 54 rebounds. Jones is far and away the leading blocker with 27 while adding 33 rebounds.Sophomore Rico Kerney is Wiregrass Ranch's top rebounder with 60,but also has added 8.3 points per game and 11 steals. The team's improved play during the last few seasons is being noticed and fans are getting excited about the program. "I came from a school in Wisconsin, where I was as a freshman,that has been there for 60 years,"Jones said. "They packed that gym every night. Coming here as a sophomore there weren't so many people coming out,but then more and more people started to show up.You can feel that pride." Pride is the key word to Calzone. "It has a lot to do with pride," Calzone said of the improvement in all Wiregrass Ranch athletics."The kids are actually proud to be a part of this school.Before it was I'm from Wesley Chapel or Land O'Lakes.We're finally starting to make our own traditions.The kids care about winning for Wiregrass Ranch." The Bulls started play in the Brighthouse Tournament Dec.20,but results were not available by press time. Their next game is Dec.28 against Riverview High in the first round of the Alonso Holiday Tournament.ÐAll stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches as of Dec.20. Kingsley Boateng (No. 5) and Tanner Carey try to stop Antwan Prince in the Bulls practice. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com) Antwan Prince (shooting) and James Tringali are both guards for the Bulls basketball team, but also played for the football squad. Wiregrass Ranch senior Josiah Jones has the highest vertical leap on the squad.

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS December 22,2010 17 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comWiregrass Ranch High senior basketball player Tanner Carey comes from a family that is accustomed to athletic success. "I have to keep up with my family standards,"Carey said."Everyone in my family has gone to college and played athletics and I'm the next one in line.I want to continue that." Carey's father Scott ran track at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW).His cousin Lindey also attended IPFW,but to play basketball.Carey's other cousin Lance played football at St.Francis University and his uncle Don played basketball at Ball State. All those college athletes would be pressure enough,but his sister Ashley was also the leading scorer for Hillsborough County Community College for the 2009-10 season. "We have that sibling rivalry,"Carey said. "We've gone back and forth about who the better player is.It's fun." Carey currently leads Wiregrass Ranch with 13.6 points per game,while also adding 38 rebounds,10 assists and 10 steals. While his sister has playing in college on her resume,Carey will likely leave Wiregrass Ranch with a record that will stand the test of time "He's a four-year starter for us,"said Bulls basketball coach Jeremy Calzone,who has coached Carey since he was a freshman."If he stays healthy,he'll leave here with a record that probably won't be broken.He'll have started more than 100 games by the end of this season.That says something for his ability to prepare himself to stay healthy all season and skilled enough to stay in the starting lineup." Calzone is sure Carey has both the game and grades to play at the next level. "He can bang in the post and step out and shoot the three better than anyone we have,"Calzone said."He's really a good student too.Really all of our players are.We have a combined 3.3 unweighted grade point average.This is the first team I haven't had to worry about grades with." Carey said some schools have been interested in him playing at their university,but he will worry about that after the season. "I'm focusing on my senior season right now,"Carey said."I want to go out with the first district championship for boys basketball here at Wiregrass Ranch.I'd like to be able to feel what that's like and add a banner here." ÐAll stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches as of Dec.20.SPORTS Tanner Carey is currently the Bulls leading scorer with 109 points. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)Tanner Carey trying to keep family tradition Maulik Bhalani, MD is board certi“ed in physical medicine and rehabilitation and is fellowship trained in interventional pain medicine. He provides the latest in technological advances to relieve pain associated with: Back and Neck Pain Herniated Disc Chronic Pain Management Medication Management Cancer Pain Management Headache and Atypical Facial Pain Management Procedures performed: Epidural Injections Spinal Cord and Peripheral Nerve Stimulation Facet Blocks Radiofrequency Neuroablation Botulinum Toxin Injection Interventional Pain Medicine Live Life Again! For an appointment, call Maulik Bhalani, MD813.782.1200Orthopaedic & Spine InstituteZephyrhills: 6748 Gall Boulevard Wesley Chapel: 27416 Cashford Circle Oce Hours: Monday Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Most forms of insurance accepted

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS December 22,2010 18 Offensive third teamÑQB James Tringali,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑOL Mark Landry,Sr.,Pasco ÑOL Noah Ravenna,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑRB Nick Lomba,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑWR Janarian Grant,So.,Pasco ÑWR Antwan Prince,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑK Carson Brock,Jr.,Pasco ÑReturner Janarian Grant,So.,PascoSAC football defensive first teamÑDL Craig King,Sr.,Sunlake ÑDL Mark Landry,Sr.,Pasco ÑDL Spencer Michelson,Sr.,Land O' Lakes ÑLB Jackson Cannon,Jr.,Land O' Lakes ÑLB Jake Fisher,Sr.,Wesley Chapel ÑLB Shadow Williams,Jr.,Land O' Lakes ÑLB Cornell Wilson,So.,Pasco ÑDB Jamie Byrd,Sr.,Pasco ÑDB Trey Dudley-Giles,Jr.,Pasco ÑDB Wesley Moore,Sr.,Land O' Lakes ÑP Adrian Krupka,Sr.,SunlakeDefensive second teamÑDL Matt Terry,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑDL Nick Wilson,Jr.,Pasco ÑLB Cordale Baldwin,Sr.,Pasco ÑLB Nick Morrison,Jr.,Sunlake ÑDB Mike Clower,Sr.,Pasco ÑDB Chris Reaves,Sr.,ZephyrhillsDefensive third teamÑDL Jamal Carter,Sr.,Pasco ÑDL Chason Connell,Sr.,Sunlake ÑLB Jackson Johnson,Sr.,Pasco ÑLB Frank "Duke" Morrison,Sr.,Zephyrhills ÑDB Rashaud Daniels,Jr.,Sunlake ÑDB Darin Patmon,Sr.,Land O' Lakes ÑP Jacob Guy,Jr.,PascoOffensive Player of the Year: Jacob Jackson,SunlakeDefensive Player of the Year: Jamie Byrd,Pasco Coach of the Year: Tom McHugh,PascoSAC girls cross countryÑElise Cedre,Fr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑChelsea Davis,So.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑAriel Grey,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑTaylor Hixson,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑNikita Shah,So.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑKelsey Sturman,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑMarissa Tomei,Sr.,Wiregrass RanchSecond teamÑKatlyn Eble,Sr.,Pasco ÑNicole Solmonson,Jr.,ZephyrhillsThird teamÑAllison Richey,Sr.,PascoHonorable mentionÑAlyssa Turner,So.,Wesley Chapel Coach of the Year: Don Howard,Wiregrass RanchSAC boys cross country first teamÑErmias Bireda,So.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑSam Hippely,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑAnthony Plourde,Sr.,Pasco ÑRyan Pulsifer,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑTyler Mattera,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑJosh Reilly,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑLogan Selzer,Sr.,Wiregrass RanchThird teamÑIan Cassette,Sr.,Wiregrass RanchHonorable mentionÑD.J.Leto,So.,Wesley Chapel ÑRobert Starnes,Sr.,Zephyrhills Runner of the Year: Josh Reilly,Wiregrass Ranch Coach of the Year: Chris Loth,Wiregrass RanchSAC girls swimming first teamÑKristen Demsher,Fr.,Land O' Lakes,500-yard freestyleÑLindsey Gorgen,Sr.,Zephyrhills,100-yard freestyle ÑMegan Huynh,Sr.,Sunlake,50-yard freestyle ÑRebecca Pindral,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch,100-yard breaststrokeÑKaylin Sylvester,Sr.,Sunlake,100-yard backstrokeÑMakayla Strickland,Rebecca Pindral,Fern Powell and Toni Tomei;Wiregrass Ranch 200-yard medley relayÑChelsea Hernandez,Fern Powell,Makayla Strickland and Rebecca Pindral;Wiregrass Ranch 200-yard freestyle relayÑKaylin Sylvester,Nicole Harder,Carigan Albert and Megan Huynh;Sunlake 400-yard freestyle relaySecond teamÑNicolette Clark,Sr.,Zephyrhills,200-yard freestyleÑKristen Demsher,Fr.,Land O' Lakes,100-yard butterflyÑMeredith Diamond,Sr.,Land O' Lakes,divingÑLindsey Gorgen,Sr.,Zephyrhills,100-yard backstrokeÑNicole Harder,So.,Sunlake,500-yard freestyle ÑChelsea Hernandez,So.,Wiregrass Ranch,50-yard freestyleÑMegan Huynh,Sr.,Sunlake,100-yard freestyleÑHaley Long,Sr.,Land O' Lakes,100-yard breaststrokeÑRebecca Pindral,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch,200-yard ind.medleyÑKristin Dawson,Jocelyn Williams,Kristen Demsher and Andrea Mapugay;Land O' Lakes 200-yard medley relayÑLindsey Gorgen,Taylor McNeal,April Durrett and Nicolette Clark;Zephyrhills 200-yard freestyle relayÑHaley King,Dona McDonald,Kristin Demsher and Jocelyn Williams;Land O' Lakes 400-yard freestyle relayThird teamÑNicolette Clark,Sr.,Zephyrhills,500-yard freestyle ÑCourtney Smith,Fr.,Zephyrhills,divingÑMallory Grant,Sam Kopriva,Chelsea Hernandez and Katie Murphy;Wiregrass Ranch 400-yard freestyle relayHonorable mentionÑKara Inversso,Pasco ÑLindsey Blanset,Wesley ChapelSAC boys swimming first teamÑAlex Hill,Sr.,Wesley Chapel,diving ÑMatt Menendez,Fr.,Wiregrass Ranch,500-yard freestyleÑNick Keach,Devin Anderson,Kyle Shaffer and Austin VanVliet;Sunlake 400-yard freestyle relaySecond teamÑMatt Menendez,Fr.,Wiregrass Ranch,100-yard butterflyÑKyle Shaffer,Sr.,Sunlake,100-yard breaststroke ÑKyle Shaffer,Sr.,Sunlake,200-yard individual medley ÑAustin VanVliet,Jr.,Sunlake,100-yard freestyle ÑAustin VanVliet,Jr.,Sunlake,200-yard freestyle ÑAustin Wachsman,Jr.,Sunlake,diving ÑZac Serota,John Michael Grant,Alex Kovalenko and Michael Hernandez;Wiregrass Ranch 200-yard freestyle relayÑ Nick Keach,Devin Anderson,Kyle Shaffer and Austin VanVliet;Sunlake 200-yard medley relayThird teamÑDevin Anderson,Fr.,Sunlake,200-yard freestyle ÑPatrick Gray,Sr.,Land O' Lakes,200-yard ind.medleyÑGrant Pawlak,So.,Land O' Lakes,500-yard freestyleÑZac Serota,Sr.,Land O' Lakes,100-yard breaststrokeÑPatrick Gray,Austen Johnnessen,James Adams and Grant Pawlak;Land O' Lakes 200-yard medley relayHonorable mentionÑPeter Mercadawte,Pasco ÑCody Yingling,Zephyrhills Diver of the Year: Alex Hill,Wesley ChapelSPORTS SAC girls golf first teamÑKellianne May,Jr.,Pasco ÑHana Lee,Fr.,Wesley ChapelSecond teamÑJordan Lane,So.,Pasco ÑTaylor Upchurch,Sr.,Wiregrass RanchThird teamÑTiffany Bahr,Jr.,Zephyrhills ÑBianca Scrimali,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑSydney Owens,Fr.,ZephyrhillsSAC boys golf first teamÑJacob Fleck,Sr.,Wesley Chapel ÑLogan Horrigan,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑDylan Larson,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑBrandon Mumaw,Sr.,Wesley ChapelSecond teamÑCory Bahr,So.,Zephyrhills ÑChris Kluender,Sr.,Wiregrass RanchThird teamÑCody Nichols,Jr.,Zephyrhills ÑNick Stutt,Sr.,Wiregrass RanchHonorable mentionÑAustin Riddaugh,So.,Pasco Co-Player of the Year: Dylan Larson,Wiregrass Ranch;Jacob Fleck,Wesley Chapel Coach of the Year: Nick Cuviello,Wiregrass RanchSAC football offensive first teamÑQB Jacob Jackson,Sr.,Sunlake ÑOL Jamall Carter,Sr.,Pasco ÑOL T.J.Chamberlin,Sr.,Land O' Lakes ÑOL Zach Hutcheson,Sr.,Pasco ÑOL Matt Sanders,Sr.,Sunlake ÑRB David Emmanuel,So.,Pasco ÑWR Trey Dudley-Giles,Jr.,Pasco ÑWR Will Irwin,Sr.,Land O' Lakes ÑTE Kent Taylor,Jr.,Land O' Lakes ÑReturner Chris Reaves,Sr.,ZephyrhillsOffensive second teamÑQB Jacob Guy,Jr.,Pasco ÑOL Stephen Cottrell,Sr.,Zephyrhills ÑOL Nate McCoole,Jr.,Sunlake ÑOL Sage Stephens,Sr.,Pasco ÑOL Check Wood,Sr.,Pasco ÑRB Janarian Grant,So.,Pasco ÑWR Mike Clower,Sr.,Pasco ÑWR Jason Tello,Sr.,Land O' Lakes ÑK Adrian Krupka,Sr.,Sunlake ÑReturner Rashaud Daniels,Jr.,SunlakeSunshine Athletic Conference fall all starsThe Sunshine Athletic Conference (SAC) has released its complete list of all-conference fall teams. Coaches in the 13 public high schools in Pasco County vote on whom they think deserve the honor. All information is as recorded by SAC executive secretary Keith Newton. The all-conference volleyball team was already released. The Laker and the Lutz News will release its own list of all-stars in the Dec. 29 edition. Local students who made the SAC list include: Call (813) 949-0424 TODAY for more information and see if you are a candidate for this alternative treatment. Jay A. Nelson, DMDMember, American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicinewww.SleepBetterFlorida.com Go from ThisTo This! DO YOU HATE YOUR C-PAP? Did you know there is an FDA-Approved Alternative? 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS December 22,2010 20 Better! wins Bronze Quill awardsFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills received two Bronze Quill awards,which recognize excellence in marketing and communications Nov.17.The Tampa Bay chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators gives the award. The hospital received an Award of Excellence for strategic marketing communications,and an Award of Merit for design for its quarterly health and lifestyle magazine Better!.The magazine is mailed quarterly to 65,000 households in Zephyrhills, Dade City,San Antonio,Land O'Lakes and Wesley Chapel,and can be picked up at all Medical Group of Tampa Bay offices and at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills.It can also be read at www.fhzeph.org/better.Drug collection site in PascoThe Dade City Police Department and the Pasco County Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) have joined together to establish the county's first permanent prescription medication drop site for environmentally safe disposal. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement found that Oxycodone caused 1,185 deaths in Florida 2009,a 26 percent increase from the year before and a 249 percent increase from 2005. "It is imperative that we do everything in our power to change this devastating reality,"said Chrissie Parris,coalition coordinator of the ASAP. Community members can drop off unused or expired prescriptions and veterinary medications for disposal at any time at the Dade City Police Department, 38042 Pasco Ave.in Dade City.Accepted items include prescriptions,over the counter medications,vitamins,samples, veterinary medications,ointments,lotions and liquid medication in glass or leak proof containers.Items not accepted include needles,thermometers,bloody or infectious waste,medication from businesses or clinics and hydrogen peroxide. The ASAP works to develop,motivate and encourage strategic relationships that reduce county risk factors and decrease substance abuse rates among youth and adults.For information on becoming a member of the coalition,visit www.pascoasap.com.Preparing for flu seasonInfluenza,also known as the flu,is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses.It spreads from person-toperson and can cause mild to severe illness, and in some cases can lead to death.In the United States,yearly outbreaks of seasonal flu usually happen during the fall through early spring.Symptoms can include fever, cough,sore throat,runny or stuffy nose, body or muscle aches,headache,fatigue, vomiting and diarrhea. "A person with the flu is contagious one day before symptoms appear and five to seven days after symptoms appear,or even longer,depending on a person's immune system"said Rita Sanderson,director of infection control at Pasco Regional Medical Center in Dade City. 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only for Adventist Health System,but really for the community.Even though we have a hospital in Zephyrhills,it's about 15 miles away,and UCH in the south,when it comes to any kind of injury,time is extremely important. Having this hospital for the community of Wesley Chapel,we just couldn't be more glad to be here and serve this area.Brian Adams will become the facility's president and CEO in January.He is currently the chief operating officer of Florida Hospital Altamonte,part of AHS."Not everyone in a community uses the library,"Adams said."Believe it or not,not everyone goes to the malls.But at some point everyone is touched in a community by the hospital." "This is a really exciting project for the Wesley Chapel community to have the doctors and physicians they want right by their homes,"Adams continued."We're actually right across the street from Seven Oaks where my home will be.Just having opportunity to be part of what's happening in Pasco County,I'm thrilled to be part of it." The hospital will take from 18-24 months to build and will use a design that brings a natural element to healthcare while keeping loved ones close by. "Studies prove patients recover better in an environment that allows them to relax," Adams said."Nothing is more relaxing than nature.The rooms in the hospital are also designed so the family can stay with the patient.That's the other piece that's important to healthcare today Ñ to have rooms that are designed to be a part of the care.So in addition to a great view,families will have the ability to stay with together."CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS December 22,2010 21 tors to get here to see him. "Our family is proud to be a small part of the hospital coming to Wesley Chapel,"Don continued."It's been part of a dream to see this whole area develop." J.D.Porter,Don's son,agrees with his father. "We love this area and it's time we had a hospital,"J.D.said."This is a necessary and important step to give the self-fulfilling need to have a place to live,work and play." John Harding,president and CEO of Adventist Health System's (AHS) Tampa Bay Region,said talks to build the hospital got going three years ago as a joint venture between University Community Hospital (UCH) and AHS. The two companies merged Sept.1. "In the mid '90s,UCH and Adventist started talking and moved forward with this a few years ago,"said Harding,HOSPITAL,from page 1of Lutz."I never thought we would have merged before the hospital was built.It was back then when we figured out it is better to work with each other instead of against each other.I want everyone to know it was actually Norm Stein.He took the first critical steps to make this happen." Stein retired as the president and CEO of UCH when the companies merged. "If you take a helicopter ride above here, and I did two times,and fly over,you see a Super Target and Super Walmart,"Stein said."I said that area needs a hospital for sure if it has those two." Stein added that he will soon be living just north of the facility and jokingly said it was nice for AHS to build him a hospital.After the groundbreaking,Harding said, "I've been working on this for three years and was responsible for putting the design together. It is just a beautiful day that is finally here.Not Members of the Adventist Health System family, politicians and community leaders help dig the first hole that will eventually become the Wesley Chapel Medical Center. Wesley Chapel Medical CenterLocation: just north of SR 56 on Bruce B.Downs Boulevard Size: 200,000-square-foot facility,52 acres Project length: 18-24 months Proposed cost: $121 million Beds: 80 initially with plans to expand to 300 Services: obstetrics,pediatrics, women's and men's services, general surgery,an emergency department with helicopter pad, a comprehensive medical fitness program,orthopedics and sports medicine. Arendering of the future Wesley Chapel Medical Center. (Image courtesy of Adventist Health System) Catholic Church AINT OSEPH5316 11th Street • Zephyrhills,FL 33542 (813) 782-2813REVEREND GEORGE A. ROZYCKI, Pastor; Reverend Theobald Weria, Parochial Vicar; Reverend Mathew K. 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