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Planners map potential future of Zephyrhills


ByTammy Sue Struble
tstruble@cnewspubs.com

Zephyrhills is working on putting its best
face forward, and landscape enhancements
such as new palm trees along US 301 are
just the beginning.
In meetings and workshops during the


past year, the City of
Zephyrhills is getting
closer to more revital-
ization projects in
conjunction with
Pasco County and the
Florida Department of
Transportation.
In the last of the
public input work-
shops regarding the
Community
Redevelopment Plan,
consultants from
Kimley-Horn and
Associates Inc. of
Sarasota spoke with
members of the com-
munity at the noon
Zephyrhills Rotary
meeting on Thursday,
Jan. 6. Then, Kimley-
Horn representatives
packed up and moved
over to City Hall for a 3
p.m. workshop.


Zephyrhills High sop
nis player Stephen
city redevelopment
Hall Jan. 7. "All age
the Zephyr Park loc
to "get more tennis
Zephyrhills; right no
enough courts, only
explained. (Photo b


At the Rotary meeting, Martin "Marty"
Black with Kimley-Horn reiterated informa-
tion from past workshops yet solicited new
ideas and solutions to problem areas from
city residents and other members of the sur-
rounding community.
Black suggested in the improvement
plan - expected to span the next 10 years
- that Zephyrhills in-
clude ideas to create
noticeable gateway en-
trances into the city
from several direc-
tions. Gateways that
would be eye-catching
improvements that
identify one's arrival
into the city.
Something like that
could help attract
more attention for a
city renowned for its
bottled water and
other businesses, in-
cluding the strongest
phomore and ten- Village Inn and Golden
Belles attended a Corral restaurants in
workshop at City the state. Yet, with
s play tennis at 80,000 full-time and
action " We need seasonal residents
courts for (58,000 without the
)w there are not seasonal) within a five-
(five," Belles mile radius, people are
)y Jodi McDonald) still going elsewhere


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Some proposed ideas for redevelopment of Zephyrhills downtown area from community work-
shop input and consultant advice. (Rendering courtesy of Kimley-Horn and Associates Inc.)


like Wesley Chapel,Tampa and Lakeland for
office and retail services.
Kimley-Horn officials said Zephyrhills
needs to better market itself as a viable
place to receive those services.
"Just start the discussions," Black urged at
the Rotary meeting."None of these solutions
are perfect answers."


Five areas have been identified for possi-
ble improvements with this Community
Redevelopment Area (CRA) plan. The cur-
rent CRA boundary is a hub at the
intersection of US 301, Fifth Avenue and SR
54 and extending out from the hub in each
direction approximately five to six blocks.
See FUTURE, page 13


Timely tradition


keeps family busy


By B.C Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

There is something about the
rhythmic tick-tock of a clock or the
ancient sound of a grandfather's
chimes that has nearly universal ap-
peal.
Those sounds are especially
thrilling, however, to those who
spend their days repairing clocks
that don't work.
Chris Denherder has sold and re-
paired clocks for decades and now


Andrew Dirkse releases a clock's sprin!
he prepares to make a repair. (Photos I
B.C. Manion)


is passing his knowledge and
a few tricks of the trade to
his grandson,Andrew Dirkse.
The men work at
Timeframe, Inc. which
shares space with custom
picture framing shop operat-
ed by Denherder's wife,Judy.
The Denherders opened
their shop 3 1/2 years ago, at
4843 Allen Road in
Zephyrhills. They began the
business a year after moving
into the area to retire. The
couple, who lived in
Buchanan, Mich., had
been snowbirders
since 1989.
They found a place Chris
on a golf course to re- books
tire, but couldn't quite shop
settle into retirement. repair
"We were here for
a year doing nothing,"
Denherder said.Then his wife
told him she missed the fram-
ing business and wanted to
get back into it. She promised
him a small corner so he
could fix clocks.
Fast-forward to last sum-
mer - that's when the
couple's grandson, who had
been building log homes in
Bozeman, Mont, came for a
visit.
He went back home, quit
his job and signed up for
some intensive clock repair
classes.
g as Then, he moved back to
by join his grandfather's busi-
ness and he's thrilled with


District poised to shift


some school boundaries


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

The Pasco County School
Board is set to take action on
school boundary changes aimed
at relieving overcrowded condi-
tions at Wiregrass Ranch High
and John Long Middle schools.
School board chairwoman
Joanne Hurley said she under-
stands that parents care deeply


about which schools their chil-
dren attend, often even
choosing where they live based
on which schools serve their
neighborhood.
However, Hurley said, the
school district cannot guaran-
tee that boundaries won't
change because they must be
able to respond to an area's
population growth or decline.
See BOUNDARIES, page 13


I WfATIS INID .


Denherder shows off one of the
s at Timeframe, Inc., a Zephyrhills
where customers can have clocks
red or framing done.

his decision.
Both men get a kick out of figur-
ing out why a clock is running too
slow, running too fast or has stopped
completely.
They enjoy figuring out why the
chimes chime too often or at the
wrong time or don't chime at all.
"We repair clocks, anything from
cuckoos to Grandfathers," Dirkse
said. "We don't do watches, just
clocks," said Andrew Dirkse.
The business draws its customers
primarily from Zephyrhills, Dade
City and areas to the north.
Dirkse said he has always en-
joyed tinkering with things.When
he was a kid he took apart radios
and vacuum cleaners, he said.
See TRADITION, page 13


A view of the new business school under construction. (Photo
courtesy of Saint Leo University)

COLLEGE EXPANDING
St. Leo University adding business building
Page 2

HOLIDAY WRAP-UP CHALK TALK
Rotary group delivers Teachers win water
cheer grants
Page 4 Page 8

HEALTHY ORDERING WIN NO. 1
Occasional 'cheat meal' Zephyrhills basketball
OK in dieting coach gets first career win
Page 7 Page 14







New building, opportunities


coming to Saint Leo


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

An $11 million building going up at Saint
Leo University signals the first new class-
room building on the campus in decades.
It's like going from the 1960s to the 21st
century in one fell swoop.
School leaders are excited by how they'll
be able to use the latest in technology to
better prepare their students to play a mean-
ingful role in their future work places,
whether they're working for an employer or
running a business of their own.
"On a very basic level, it will give us the
physical resources we need," said Michael
Nastanski, dean of the Donald R. Tapia
School of Business at Saint Leo University.
Burgeoning growth during the past
decade has forced the business school to
use every bit of classroom and office space
available on the Saint Leo campus, Nastanski
said.
"We're the largest Catholic business school
in the United States," he said. Besides its Saint
Leo campus, the university has 17 regional ed-
ucation centers and the Center for Online
Learning.
The new business building will allow the
university to bring all of its business stu-
dents and faculty members on the Saint Leo
campus under one roof.
Beyond pulling people together, the
building itself is designed
to foster collaboration and
creativity, Nastanski said.
It has many gathering
places, where faculty
members can discuss ideas
and where faculty mem-
bers and students can
continue discussions that
began in the classroom. Michael Nastan


The building's technology will enable
students to work together on projects and
then share their results with the class,
Nastanski said.
The technology used in today's work-
place is one of the huge drivers of change,
said Lorrie McGovern, who joined the uni-
versity in October as head of graduate
programs in the school of business.
The building's technology enables stu-
dents to hear and see
lectures being deliv-
ered by experts at
one of the universi-
ty's satellite locations.
The building also
is designed to accom-
modate gatherings
with corporate lead-
Lorrie McGovern ers and economic
development groups,
such as the Pasco Economic Development
Council.
Such exchanges can be very beneficial to
students, as well as to companies seeking fu-
ture employees to join their team,
McGovern said.
It also is enabling the university to add a
computer science program, Nastanski said.
The new structure adds 50,000 square
feet to the university's main campus. It in-
cludes nine classrooms, a large lecture hall
which doubles as a boardroom, com-
puter labs and a broadcast technology
suite.
Nastanski said he can't wait for the
building to open. He believes it will help
the university prepare graduates to be
innovative thinkers who are capable of
helping their future employees or their
own businesses to use technology to re-
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Car show honors memory of Al and Ida Silver


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

It's hard to predict what kinds of cars will
show up at the Al and Ida Silver Memorial
Classic Car Show.
Car lovers are "liable to see anything
there," said Larry Broga, a car enthusiast with
years of experience in the car world, who
has been tapped to judge the entries.
"There could be as many as 100 or as few
as 20," Broga said."It's what is called an open
show," he said,meaning it could attract every-
thing from antiques to exotics, from hot rods
to street rods to customs.
The event will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 15 at the Land O' Lakes
Community Center, 5401 Land O' Lakes Blvd.
Weather permitting, the shownn shine"
classic car competition could be a big draw,
Broga said. (A rain date has been set for Jan.
22).
On the one hand, it's a new event, so it's
hard to guess how much enthusiasm it will
generate. On the other hand, there's no other
car show that day so it could pull in lots of
enthusiasts who want to show off their beau-
ties, Broga said.
Broga said he will judge the cars by evalu-
ating how much effort it took to get them
into tip-top shape.


The car lover said he thinks classic cars
have an appeal because they can stir feelings
of nostalgia, reminding people of earlier
times in their lives, or prompting them to
think about simpler times in the past.
"There's a lot of money and a lot of time
put into these vehicles," he said."And a lot of
pride. It's a whole lifestyle. Some of those
paint jobs are in the $10,000 range."
Organizers of the car show wanted to
stage an event to raise money for the
Heritage Park Foundation, while at the same
time honoring the lateAl and Ida Silver, who
owned A-OK Trophies and were founding
members in the foundation and icons of the
Land O' Lakes community.
One of the reasons they wanted a car
show is that they knew that Al Silver was a
big car buff, said Sandy Graves, president of
the Heritage Park Foundation.
The couple was widely known through-
out the community, said Lonnie Piper, their
daughter, who now runs the trophy shop
with her husband, Bobby Buckle.
Al Silver championed the quest to have a
light put in at Land O' Lakes Boulevard and
Lake Padgett Road because there were so
many accidents, Piper said. He also pushed
to have Christmas lights on electric poles,
even though the family is Jewish, she added.
The family trophy business began in their


A 1962 Chevrolet Impala owned by Ray Garbatini of Land O' Lakes. Cars similar to this
one may turn out to the Al and Ida Silver Memorial Classic Car Show. (Photo courtesy of
Larry Broga)


Long Island home 49 years ago. It started
in the basement, spread to the garage and
then spilled into the family room.
"When it got to the dining room, that's
when my mother said, "That's it!" Piper
said. Instead of letting it take over the din-
ing room, Ida Silver demanded that they
open up a shop.
They had two locations on Long Island
when they decided to move south to
Florida.
They operated at different spots in
Tampa before settling into a pink house
on US 41 in Land O' Lakes.
The house was knocked down by the
widening of US 41, and the highway was
renamed Land O' Lakes Boulevard.The tro-
phy shop - which sells trophies, plaques,
pen sets, ribbons and other items - oper-
ates at 3724 Land O' Lakes Blvd., in a
building constructed farther back from
the road.
Piper is pleased that the benefit that
will raise money in her parents' memory will
provide a nice time for event-goers while
raising money to help pay for amenities for
the community to enjoy.
The fundraiser's proceeds eventually will
be used to help pay for a Heritage Walk
around the park and an amphitheater, Graves
said.
It costs $15 to register a car for the event,
which can be paid on the day of the show.
Cars will be lined up on a multipurpose
field,where spectators can check them out
and the contestants can be judged.
Registration is from 9 a.m. to noon.
Twenty trophies and a best of show will be
announced at a 2:30 p.m. ceremonyThe first
50 cars to register will get a free goody bag.
The event will also feature a DJ playing
music from the 50s, 60s and 70s and will in-
clude various vendors. Some will sell fresh
produce. Others will offer pizza, hot dogs or
barbecue.


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Ida and Al Silver. (Photo courtesy of
Lonnie Piper)

If you go
Al and Ida Silver Memorial
Classic Car Show
Land O' Lakes Community Center,
5401 Land O' Lakes Blvd.
9 a.m.to 3 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 15
(Jan. 22 is rain date)
Classic cars, DJ, food booths
and various vendors


Other vendors will sell jewelry, wickless
candles, leather work, soaps, boutique cloth-
ing, beadwork, blankets and photography.A
personal chef and someone from a company
that does signs on car windows will be on
hand, too.
Vendors are still welcome to participate,
said Pam St. Mary, of Land O' Lakes Saturday
Market,who is organizing the event.
Graves said her organization envisions a
day when people will be able to attend con-
certs and outdoors movies at the park, and
will be able walk around a trail, stopping pe-
riodically to read markers that tell visitors
about the community's history and about
area families.
"We're hoping that people will come out
to see the cars and have a good time," St.
Mary said.
For more information go to
LOLSaturdaymkt or call Pam St. Mary at (813)
731-5168.


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Rotary Eastside 8 serves generosity
Story and photos by Gary S. Hatrick


The Rotary Eastside 8 bagged 775
Christmas meals to be distributed to those
in need Saturday attaining a 72 percent in-
crease over 2009's holiday joint community
service project, which yielded 450 bags.
Eastside 8 is the name given to the East
Pasco County Rotary Clubs comprised of
the Rotary Club of Zephyrhills; Rotary Club
of Zephyrhills Daybreak; Rotary Club of
Wesley Chapel; Rotary Club of Wesley
Chapel Sunrise; Rotary Club of Dade City;
Rotary Club of Dade City Sunrise; Rotary
Club of Land O' Lakes; and Rotary Club of
San Antonio.
A matching grant of $3,700 from Rotary
Club International helped to bring about
the increase in dinners for the east side
clubs.
The project was begun last year and con-
ceived and spearheaded by past president
of the noon Rotary Club in Zephyrhills,
Mike Mira. This year, he and current presi-
dent Mike Waters continued to provide
leadership for the project.
The meals consisted of a canned ham,
mashed potatoes, muffin mix, corn, green
beans, gravy and a cake.
"Pretty much a complete holiday dinner,"
Mira said.
"Our club did 200 of those bags,"
Mira said. "We're taking care of West
Elementary, Chester Taylor Elementary
and Stewart Middle School as well as
making a contribution to the Samaritan
Project."
The Samaritan Project is a coopera-
tive effort between churches, businesses
and the city of Zephyrhills. It seeks to
meet needs of families and individuals in
the community.
"Daybreak Rotary is doing 100 bags,"
Mira continued. "Their club is taking M
care of Woodland Elementary and the he
High School." ba


Special to The Laker


ike Mira (left) of The Rotary Club of Zephyrhills
elps members of other local Rotary clubs fill
igs with food items.


I NATURi NOTES


"We re going to the schools because we
feel [having needs is] never the children's
fault.We want these families to have a nice
Christmas dinner," Mira explained.
Stewart Middle School contributed 600
extra cans of canned goods from a drive
held at the school which were added to the
bags.
Contributions also came from
Zephyrhills community business partners
Wade Thomas, who gave $1,000 to the noon
club, and Tom Vanater, who provided $300
to the noon club to fund the bags being
given to the Samaritan Project.
Mira said that the need was even greater
this year.
"We're supposed to be coming out of the
recession and it seems like people are in
worse shape this year," he said.
The Eastside 8 clubs had a summer vaca-
tion food project last summer to help
children when there is no longer a school
lunch after they get out of school.They plan
to do that project again in June.
Rotary is a worldwide organization of
more than 1.2 million business, profession-
al, and community leaders. Members of
Rotary clubs, known as Rotarians, provide
humanitarian service, encourage high ethi-
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goodwill and peace in the world.


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Helping the lawn

survive the chill
By B.J. Jarvis
Pasco Extension Horticulture Agent

Who would have thought Pasco
County would again see weather as
weird as last year? It seems to have al-
ready started with unusually cold
temperatures accompanied by drying
winds. What can gardeners do to help
the lawn survive?
At this time of year, talk is usually
about preparing turfgrass for dormancy,
but not in 2011. Freezing temperatures
have already turned lawns brown, but
don't panic. Even in sunny Florida, turf-
grass needs a rest and dormancy is a
normal, healthy part of the plant cycle.
Hopefully the lawn has not been fer-
tilized since early fall. An actively
growing turf has little resistance to cold
or freezing temperatures. For the same
reason, the next fertilization should not
occur until at least mid-March.When day-
light is longer and temperatures are
warmer in the spring, green growth will
start again. Do not try to push early
green-up by fertilizing early. New growth
can be easily damaged by another freeze.
Weed and feed products for pre-emer-
gent weed controls are not especially
effective in central Florida. If my lawn is
any indication, the weeds seem to take
advantage of the fertilizer part, and the
turf sees no benefit. So save yourself time
and money by only treating with a pre-
emergent to control warm season
weeds.Timing is critical when using pre-
emergents. Apply these around
Valentine's Day when day temperatures
reach 65-70 degrees for four or five con-
secutive days.
When turfgrass is not actively grow-
ing, it requires less water. From


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November through February, your lawn
will only need to be irrigated every 10-
14 days.Turn the irrigation controller off
and skip a week. If it rains at least 3/4 of
an inch during that time, you won't need
to turn on the system to irrigate.
Purchase a rain gauge if you don't al-
ready have one.
While mowing will be intermittent in
winter, good care should be taken to
keep turf as healthy as possible.A sharp
blade is essential, and regular cleaning of
the mower deck will help avoid spread
of disease and weed seeds throughout
the landscape. Optimal mowing heights
vary by species, but in general, St.
Augustine, bahia and zoysia grasses
should be cut at 3.54 inches long. Dwarf
varieties may be cut at 2.5-3 inches.
Mowing high promotes deep root
growth, and it has the added benefit of
creating inhospitable conditions for
weed seed germination.
How can you tell if your lawn has
truly succumbed to cold weather? Plant
a small plug of grass in a container of
good potting mix. Place it in a warm,
sunny location and keep it slightly moist
but not wet or about three weeks. If new
growth appears, your lawn should recov-
er when the warm weather comes again.
If not, you will probably need to replace
at least the brown areas in your lawn
when the weather warms up.
For more information about lawn
care, visit the University of Florida's web-
site at www.yourFloridalawn.ifas.ufl.edu
or visit the Pasco Extension website at
Pasco.ifas.ufl.edu for more gardening in-
formation.

B.JJarvis is horticulturist and exten-
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Habitat for Humanity hits milestone


Local chapter building seven homes

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

The 81 homes dedicated by Habitat for
Humanity of East & Central Pasco helped
the national organization reach a milestone
in 2010, and the local group has more
planned for 2011.
Habitat for Humanity dedicated its
400,000th house last December.The East &
Central Pasco chapter is currently building
seven houses for needy families in Land O'
Lakes, Zephyrhills, Dade City and
Lacoochee. The latest started Jan. 8 at 11
a.m. when Gail Emmanuel saw the ground-
breaking of her future home in Zephyrhills.
"I can't believe it," Emmanuel said at the
dedication."To think people are helping us
get a house. It's overwhelming."
Along with the 400,000 homes dedicat-
ed worldwide during the last 35 years,
Habitat for Humanity has helped more than
2 million receive better housing.
"We are happy to have helped Habitat
for Humanity reach this important mile-
stone in bettering communities across the
country," said Stephanie Black, director of
family services with the East & Central
Pasco chapter."With continued support of
our sponsors and volunteers, we'll address
affordable housing needs in east and central
Pasco County."
The East & Central Pasco chapter was
formed last year when the separate units in
central and east Pasco merged to pool re-
sources and build more houses.Two homes
were dedicated in 2010, one in Zephyrhills
and the other in Dade City.
Last year, Habitat for Humanity dedicated
nearly 80,000 homes by repairing, rehabili-
tating or building new ones. The
organization has set a goal to get that num-
ber to 100,000 families helped globally each
year by 2013.


Ann Murdoch reacts as John Fremlin,
Habitat for Humanity's construction supervi-
sor, hands her the keys to her home last
July. (File photo)

"We are pleased that even in this difficult
economy, Habitat for Humanity has been
able to help a record number of families
around the world have a better place to
live," said Jonathan Reckford, CEO of Habitat
for Humanity International."Our affiliates
are the backbone of Habitat's efforts.Their
hard work and dedication have made this
milestone possible.We are grateful for the
work of Habitat for Humanity of East &
Central Pasco."
Generally, Habitat homes in east and cen-
tral Pasco cost $97,000, which includes the
land.They are usually 1,150 square feet and
include three bedrooms and one bathroom.
Black said they are affordable to low-income
families because there is no profit included
in the sale of the house and no interest
charged on the mortgage, which are fi-
nanced for 30 years.
The East & Central Pasco chapter has
fundraising events throughout the area and
receives money from churches, business, or-
ganizations and individuals along with
support from local government. It also raises
money through sales at its ReStores.
Anyone interested in donating time or
money to the effort can do so by calling the
East & Central Pasco chapter at (352) 567-
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Pasco Regional
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Pasco Regional Medical Center (PRMC)
in Dade City has announced the winners of
its quarterly associate recognition awards.
Those honored include:
-Vicky Bahmann, Manager of the
Quarter. She began her ca-
reer with PRMC in 2006 as
physical therapist and was
promoted to director of phys-
ical therapy in 2009.
Bahmann was recognized for
being a team player with a friendly and
professional demeanor toward her patients
and fellow associates.
-Maryann Chattin, Volunteer of the
SQuarter. She has served as a
volunteer at PRMC since
2007 and was recognized for
her dedication, hard work
and willingness to help oth-
ers. Chattin will be
competing against her husband, Herschel,
for Volunteer of the Year because he also
won Volunteer of the Quarter earlier in
2010.
-Paul Estrada, registered nurse, Nurse of
the Quarter. He began work-
ing at PRMC in 2005 in the
medical/surgical nursing unit
and is now a team member
in the extra emergency
room. Co-workers nominated
Estrada for his positive and friendly attitude
and for providing outstanding patient care.
-Will Popplewell, radiology supervisor,
Associate of the Quarter. He
began his career with PRMC
in 2005 and is a member of
the radiology team. Co-work-
ers nominated Popplewell for
Ej his willingness to lend a help-
ing hand, his professionalism
and his commitment to excellence in pa-
tient care.


Preparing for flu season
Influenza, also known as the flu, is a con-
tagious respiratory illness caused by
influenza viruses. It spreads from person to
person 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 sys-
tem," said Rita Sanderson, director of
infection control at Pasco Regional Medical
Center in Dade City.
Influenza is spread by droplets through
coughs, sneezes or common surfaces. The
flu virus varies in severity from season to
season and person to person.
"It's always best to avoid contact with
people who have seasonal or H1N1 flu,"
Sanderson said. "If that's not possible, one
of the best ways to reduce your chance of
contracting the flu is to wash your hands fre-
quently."
Sanderson also recommends using sani-
tizing wipes to clean surfaces, such as toys,
countertops, telephones and other objects if
someone in your household is ill with a cold
or the flu.
While the ER extra emergency depart-
ment at Pasco Regional has seen few cases
of influenza this season, experts agree this is
a good time to prepare by getting your annu-
al flu shot. The Center for Disease Control
and Prevention recommends a flu shot for
everyone six months of age and older.The
only exception is for young children age six
months to 8 years old who have never re-
ceived the vaccine. In order for them to
build immunity to the virus, two doses
spaced four weeks apart are recommended.


Healthy Women Today in Pasco
The Pasco County Heath Department's
Healthy Women Today program is offering
free and reduced-priced mammograms and
other screenings for women 50-years-old or
older without health insurance. Women
must meet some eligibility requirements.
Services are available at the Zephyrhills,
Dade City and Land O' Lakes locations. Call
(727) 816-1100 to register.

Cares adult day care services
Community Aging and Retirement
Services Inc. (CARES) operates an adult day
health service center at the CARES
Crescent Enrichment Center, 13906 Fifth St.
in Dade City.
Adult day service centers are an alterna-
tive for working caregivers or caregivers
that need a little time for themselves.The
centers provide health, social services and
fun to adults who may be challenged in
their everyday activities.
CARES adult day services are licensed by
the Agency for Health Care Administration
and are offered Monday to Friday from 7:30
a.m.-4:30 p.m. Charges are based on the
level of care needed.
For an appointment, call Beth Gilmartin-
Blake at (352) 518-9300.

Surgical weight loss seminar
University Community Hospital is offer-
ing a free surgical weight loss seminar on
Saturday,Jan. 22 from 10-11:30 a.m. in the
LifeHope Medical Office, 3000 Medical Park
Dr., Suite 490.The hospital-based program
focuses on the physical, emotional and edu-
cational aspects of losing weight. Dr. John
Dietrick will present the class.To register,
call (813) 615-7077.

Macular degeneration seminar
University Community Hospital and the
Macular DegenerationAssociation will have
an educational seminar on new treatment


and management techniques for the disease
on Monday, Jan. 24 from noon-4 p.m. The
class is free and will be at the Pepin Heart
Hospital, 3100 E. FletcherAve. Dr. Michael
Tolentino will be a guest speaker.
Refreshments will be served. Registration is
required and can be made by calling (941)
870-4399.

Mom-To-Mom Connection program
The Women's Center at University
Community Hospital, 3100 E. FletcherAve.,
hosts the Mom-To-Mom Connection sup-
port group eachWednesday from 7:30-8:30
p.m.The free program helps those suffering
from postpartum or other prenatal mood
disorders related to pregnancy or birth.The
class allows mothers share their stories,
learn tips and get more information for
treating the conditions. To register, call
(813) 615-7930.

Shiraz Farooq joins HealthPoint
HealthPoint Medical Group has added
Dr. Shiraz Farooq to
its surgical team.
Farooq's clinical in-
terests include open,
laparoscopic and ro-
botic colon and
rectal surgery. His
practice is located at
4211 Van Dyke Road Shiraz Farooq
in the St. Joseph's
Hospital-North physician office building in
Lutz. The office can be reached at (813)
264-6490.

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When dieting, it's OK to cheat ... sometimes
Editor's Note: Eating out is a staple of American life, but it is also one reason why we
are heavier than ever before. The challenge is to determine the calorie and fat content
of menu items and make healthy choices. Samantha Taylor offers her tips on how you
can make responsible choices while dining out.


By Samantha Taylor
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Okay, I have to admit: I just had a cheat
meal.
It was, by no means, a healthy meal. This
health professional who teaches you how
to order healthy just ate something that
was really fattening, cholesterol-laden and
so far from what I would normally recom-
mend.
Remember, this was my cheat meal, and
having one once in a while lets you have a
sense of freedom from an otherwise rigid
and legalistic diet routine. It is recommend-
ed to let go occasionally and have
something that is not healthiest so that you
do not end up dreading your program and
leaving it.
I went to Olive Garden with my 14-year-
old niece. We chose the Limoncello
Chicken Scaloppini and I must say, it is now
my favorite cheat meal. It was delicious, al-
though rather rich for my taste. It is a
chicken dish with cream sauce - normally
a no-no with cheese-stuffed ravioli (oh my)
and mushrooms. Now, if I had eaten the
whole thing in one sitting, I would have
consumed 1,280 calories (2,100 calories for
the full meal, with one breadstick and a
salad - yikes)!
But, here are the things that we did to
cut the calorie explosion into half for each
of us:
1. We had a salad to start off the meal
and get us fuller faster to stop us from eat-
ing too much of the main entree.
Remember, dressings can be very fattening


The Limoncello Chicken Scaloppini from
Olive Garden.
so request to have the dressing on the side
instead of being drizzled onto the salad. I
messed this one up. I saw on their website
they even have the low-fat version of dress-
ing.
2.We ordered the Chicken Scaloppini to
split between us.
3.We added healthier stuff like asparagus
and mushrooms to thicken up the meal.
4.We only had one breadstick each. Even
the 14-year old saw to it that I stuck to the
standard, a great teaching from her mother. I
honestly can no longer enjoy white bread
these days since I got used to whole wheat.
Now, white bread just tastes too "pasty."
5.We actually took some of it home; it
was so rich, we couldn't even finish half the
order.
So that is my so-called cheat meal. The
funny thing is that all these healthy eating
habits I teach you have been so ingrained
in me that I don't even really
cheat when I cheat! The old
me would have eaten the
whole meal plus dessert to
the tune of 3,100 calories.
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SPLASH! GRANT WINNERS
Numerous teachers from Pasco and
Hillsborough counties inThe Laker/Lutz
News coverage areas were among the 206
Splash! Grants awarded in a 16-county
region by the Southwest Florida Water
Management District.
The winning teachers from local schools
and the amount of their grants are:
Gloria Mouw, Centennial Middle School,
$991
Michele Shumate, Charles S. Rushe Middle
School, $1,766
Karen Stewart, Charles S. Rushe Middle
School, $3,220
Dennise Ondina, Countryside Montessori
Charter School, $3,076
Kathryn Byksma, Dr. John Long Middle


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J.D. Durham, Moore Mickens Education
Center, $987
Sarah Bordner, New River Elementary, $200
Monica Dinwiddie, New River Elementary,
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Amy Casey, Oakstead Elementary, $600
Lee Ogden, Pasco High School, $3,997
Jennifer Asaro,West Zephyrhills Elementary
School, $1,311

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schools in our coverage area received
Splash! grants.They are:
Gale Crowe, Freedom High School, $3,523
Jennifer Fritz, Gaither High School, $2,000
Judy Charlton, Hillsborough High School,
$3,765
Cheryl Pahl, Hunter's Green Elementary
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Jim McGinity, Learning Gate Community
School, $2,406
Anthony Leotta, Sickles High School, $3,959
Charles Rocca, Steinbrenner High School,
$4,995
SUNLAKE HIGH GETS A "B"
Sunlake High School received a B when the
state released its grades for public high
schools.We goofed and left Sunlake off the
list of local high school grades we published
last month. (Sorry! We know, we know, the
state would have given us an F).

COCA-COLA SCHOLAR
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Stephanie St.John, a student at Carrollwood
Day School, is a semifinalist in the 2011 class
of Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation.
When it completes the 2011 selection, the
foundation will have awarded a total of
more than 4,700 young scholars across the
nation, with more than $44 million in
scholarships.
The foundation, which has been awarding
scholarships for a quarter-century, received
nearly 71,000 applications this year. Of
those, 2,100 high school seniors are in the
running for the scholarships which will
total more than $3 million.

CONTESTS
ACT is still accepting entries for its annual
high school student design contest for high
school students who plan to apply for 2011
or 2012 college admission to a two-year or
four-year educational institution in the
United States.


Contest winners will be selected based on
creativity, visual appeal and overall impact.
The winning entry will be used to publicize
the 2011-2012ACT test dates and will be
distributed nationwide to high schools.
The top prize will be a $5,000 college
scholarship. Prizes for second and third
place will be $2,500 and $1,000,
respectively.The contest t Icd. Ianc is Jan. 31.
For entry forms and more information go to
actstudent.org/postercontest

UPCOMING EVENTS
Bishop McLaughlin High School, 13651
Hays Road in Spring Hill, is having an open
house from 6:30-8 p.m. on Feb. 23 for
families of sixth- to eighth-grade students.
The school is in Spring Hill. For more
information call (727) 857-2600.

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Believe, Care (ABC) program to help less
fortunate families to have memorable
Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays during
the past holiday season.
TheABC program provided full meals
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RICHARD STEFANSKI
PERFORMS
Bentley Commons at Zephyrhills will
host a performance by keyboardist
Richard Stefanski at 3:30 p.m.Jan. 14.
Originally from Poland, Stefanski is a
variety performer of light classical,
pop, country,jazz and international
favorites. Bentley Commons is located
at 38130 Pretty Pond Road. For
information, call (813) 779-4501.


JOIN THE CLUB
REAGAN CLUB MEETS
The first meeting of 2011 of the Reagan
Club will be at 6 p.m.Jan. 12 at the Dade
City Beef O' Bradys. Guest speaker is former
Secretary of State Kurt Browning.A
calendar of events for the next six months
will be available.

WOMEN BUILD MEETING
Habitat for Humanity of East
& Central Pasco will
host a Women
Build meeting
at 6 p.m.Jan. 13
at the Dade City
Business Center,
15000 Citrus Country
Drive. Learn more
about Women Build and
how to be on a committee.
For information, call (352)
567-1444 or visit
www.habitatpasco.org.

NEW TAMPA ROTARY
The NewTampa Rotary Club will host
guest speaker Bill Patti,YourVoice
Professor,Jan. 14. Learn to improve your
professional or personal entertainment
speaking skills.The Rotary meets 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.


GARDEN CLUB TALKS ROSES
The Garden Gate Circle of Zephyrhills will
meet at 9 a.m.Jan. 20 at 36739 SR 54W
Refreshments will be served followed by a
program presented by Mark Prue on caring
for roses.The meeting will begin around 10
a.m.Visitors and prospective club members
are welcome. For information, call Liz
Geiger at (813) 782-2681.

PAGEANTS
MISS ZEPHYRHILLS
The Daybreak Rotary Club of Zephyrhills is
sponsoring the Miss Zephyrhills
Scholarship Pageant Jan. 22.There are seven
titles for ages up to 21.The pageant is at the
Zephyrhills High auditorium. For
information, call Theresa Sommers at (813)
788-3369 orVerona Bowen at (813) 469-
0998.

MISS PASCO COUNTY
The Miss Pasco County Pageant is at 7 p.m.
Feb. 26 in conjunction with the Pasco
County Fair. Pageant is for women ages 17
through 24 living in Pasco County, as well
as the surrounding five counties. Deadline
to apply is Jan. 15. For a complete list of
rules and applications,visit
www.pascocountyfair.com or call (352)
567-6678.

MISS HEART OF FLORIDA
The Miss Heart of Florida Pageant is Feb. 25
in conjunction with the Pasco County Fair.
Pageant is for girls ages 6 through 17 who
have lived in Pasco County for six months
prior to date of event. Five age categories.
Deadline to enter is Jan. 30. For entry forms
and rules and regulations,visit
www.pascocountyfair.com or call (352)
567-6678.

FOR YOUR HEALTH
EAT RIGHT/MOVE RIGHT
Pasco Regional Medical Center, 13100 Fort
King Road in Dade City, will host nutrition
and gentle movement classes for seniors
and caregivers at 10:30 a.m. every Tuesday.
Classes are free. No prior registration
required. Each week spotlights ways to
make healthy meal choices and simple
ways to put more energy in your days.To
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ROAD TO SUCCESS
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are accepting
nominations for its Road to Success
program that will provide one
underprivileged individual with the keys to
a new car. Nominate a friend, coworker or
family member who can benefit from a
new vehicle. Nominee must be 18 or older.
Applications must be received by 5 p.m.
Jan. 31. For complete details,visit
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PETS AND KIDS
RABBIT AND CAVY SHOW
TheYouth Rabbit and Cavy Show is Feb. 21-
27 at the Pasco County Fairgrounds on SR
52 in Dade
City. The
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to sign up, call Highland Canine Training at
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FOOD FOR THOUGHT
CHOCOLATE FESTIVAL
MOSI will host The Festival of Chocolate
Jan. 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.

GET CRAFTY
GREETING CARD CLASSES
CARES Zephyrhills Senior/Community
Center will have greeting card classes at
Bentley Commons from 9:30-11:30 a.m.
every Thursday. Make three cards a week.
Bring scissors and adhesives.The cost of the
class is $10, a portion of which benefits
CARES. Class size is limited. Bentley
Commons is located at 38130 Pretty Pond
Road in Zephyrhills.To register, call (352)
206-0277 or (352) 521-5061.


Deadline to enter is Jan. 15. For rules,
regulations and applications, visit
www.pascocountyfair.com.

K-9 TRAINING
Highland Canine Training, LLC will offer a
new kids and K-9 training program to dog
owners. Classes include basic obedience
commands and interactive games to teach
both children and dogs.The program is


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* FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
First Presbyterian Church of Zephyrhills,
5510 19th St.,hosts worship services at 10
a.m. each Sunday.
Sunday school for adults is at 8:30 a.m.
and children are dismissed for their classes
during the 10 a.m. worship. Coffee fellow-
ship follows worship.
Basic Youth meets at 5 p.m. each
Wednesday and is followed by the choir
practice and Bible study is at 7 p.m.
The FRESH youth group meets at 5:00
p.m. onWednesdays.
First Saturday at First Church meets at 6
p.m. the first Saturday of each month in the
Fellowship Hall.
"Walkers" meet in Zephyr Park at the
bandstand at 7:30 a.m. Thursday and
Saturday and 7 p.m. Friday.
For more information, visit www.first-
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FIRST CHRISTIAN
First Christian Church (Disciples of
Christ), 6040 Eighth St. in Zephyrhills, will
have a worship service at 9:30 a.m.Jan. 16.
The Rev. Paul Holland will bring the mes-
sage.
Children's church is also at 9:30 a.m.
Youth group meets from 6-7:30 p.m.
everyWednesdays.
For more information, visit www.zhills-
firstchristian.org.

CALVARY BAPTIST
Calvary Baptist Church, 4724 Fox Ridge
Blvd. inWesley Chapel.
Sunday school starts at 9:30 a.m.
Church services at 10:30 a.m. every
Sunday.
For more information or a ride, call pas-
tor John Reichard at (813) 300-7693.


KoKo is nine years old
KoKo is a schnoodle who spends his days in the office at Jim's RV Park on SR 54
in Zephyrhills supervising his owners Dan and Donna Hannah. He was found as a
puppy and has been with them ever since. KoKo loves greeting and meeting new
campers as they come in to register. He also loves the monthly visits of the season-
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FUTURE, from page 1
Four other areas earmarked for CRA im-
provements are Hercules Park area
extending north from the hub area, Shepard
Park area extending south from the hub,
Zephyr Park area extending west from the
hub and the Historic area extending mostly
east from the hub.
"Look at vacant areas that can be of bet-
ter use," Black continued. "Maybe new
facades without tearing down existing
buildings." Other ideas were discussed with
the Rotary group: like improvements in the
Zephyr Plaza (ABC Pizza) area, revitalizing
the theatre on Fifth Avenue, possible out-
door dining and changing the look of the
Tires Plus area at 301 and FifthAvenue.
Any improvements in the proposed
plans do not include residential areas and
are restricted to the downtown corridor, not
the whole city.

TRADITION, from page 1
Now, when he and Denherder repair
clocks - at the shop or during house calls,
he enjoys trying to figure out what's wrong
and how to fix it.
Each job is a little different, taking vari-
ous amounts of time to complete.
"When you're out working in the field,
there's a million different kinds of clocks,"
Denherder said.
Dirkes said took intensive training in Ft.
Lauderdale and Cincinnati to gain technical
skills needed to attack all sorts of problems.
But he also has the benefit of working
alongside his grandfather who has built up a
vast store of knowledge through decades of
experience.
Some clock repairs can be made quickly
and simply. Others require a fair bit of
sleuthing to figure out exactly what's wrong

BOUNDARIES, from page 1
Moving boundaries in one direction may
please some parents, but may displease oth-
ers, she said.The board's final vote will likely
leave some parents "intensely satisfied"
while leavings others "intensely displeased."
The proposed boundaries, recommended
by a committee of district staff and adminis-
trators, school principals and parents,
received unanimous first-round approval by
the school board on Dec. 21. The school
board is set to take its second and final vote
at its 6 p.m. meeting onJan. 18.
Besides relieving overcrowded condi-
tions, the shifts seek to better balance out


In another question-and-answer session
at City Hall where about 50 community
members gathered, Marty Black summarized
the CRA plan and mission again. Roughly
three-fourths of the group were tennis play-
ers concerned with the improvement or
possible status of the tennis courts at
Zephyr Park off SR 54. Consensus in the
crowd was that there were not enough
courts in the city; there needs to be about
two times as many more courts with some
possibly being at another location.
Information was gathered about the cur-
rent courts' conditions, which are deemed
poor because of, noise and dirt from SR 54
traffic, damage caused by vandalism, the
courts being too close to each other and
bad design of the parking lot.
All solutions, ideas and recommendations
presented by the members of the public
were gathered and written down by Kelley

and then to find or make a part to repair it.
Sometimes it would be much cheaper
just to buy a new clock. But many people
want to hold onto old clocks for nostalgic
or sentimental reasons.They may be a family
heirloom or were given to them to mark a
special occasion.
Sometimes they simply got a good deal
and want a showpiece for their homes.
Other times they simply like the way the
clock ticks or the chimes sound.
Unlike some repair services, a clock re-
pair always takes time to verify, Dirkse said.
Once the repair has been made, the shop
holds onto the clock to let it run for about a
week to make sure that it's working proper-
ly, he said. They want to make sure that
when the customer gets it home they don't
need to bring it back.
The shop repairs clocks that wind up

enrollments, said Chris Williams, director of
planning for Pasco County Schools.
In essence, the proposed boundary
changes would:
Shift students in New River,Ashley Pines
and an area near Morris Bridge Road from
Wiregrass Ranch High to Wesley Chapel High
Reassign students from New River and
Ashley Pines from John Long Middle School
into Weightman Middle School
Shift students living in neighborhoods
west of Morris Bridge Road into Stewart
Middle School
Assign students attending Cox
Elementary in Dade City to Pasco Middle


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Klepper, one of the consultants from
Sarasota. Suggestions from the community
were better lighting for the courts, resurfac-
ing with clay or rebuilding and a possible set
of tennis courts near the south end of
Hercules Park on city owned Tyson property,
where trees would not have to be removed.
Zephyrhills High tennis player Stephen
Belles was at the workshop. He explained
that it would be helpful to have more tennis
courts at the Tyson property as it would be
within walking distance from the high
school. Currently, if the girls tennis team is
playing on the school's tennis courts, the
boys have to travel to the Zephyr Park
courts to practice.
"All ages play tennis at the Zephyr Park
location."We need to"get more tennis courts
for Zephyrhills; right now there are not
enough courts, only five," Belles explained.
It was also suggested that the city consid-

and clocks that work with weights. Recently
it had a clock dating back to 1804.
If you're going to get an antique clock,
it's a good idea to learn how to wind it
properly, Dirkse said. It's important to devel-
op a feel for your clock. If it is a
spring-driven clock, it's possible to wind it
too tightly and break the spring.
It's also important to know how to set
the beat.
"A clock has to tick-tock evenly in order
to stay running. It's not a fixed thing.
"If you're going to buy an antique clock,
you really should know how to put it in
beat," he said.
Clock maintenance is critical, too.
"It's a working machine. It needs to be lu-
bricated,' Denherder said, recalling he went
to one job and asked the owner when the
clock had last been serviced. The owner

and Pasco High schools, instead of
Weightman Middle and Wesley Chapel High.
Wiregrass Ranch High, at 2909 Mansfield
Blvd.,has 2,132 students, representing 127
percent of the school's permanent capacity.
It has 18 portable classrooms.
John Long Middle, at 2025 Mansfield
Blvd., has an enrollment of 1,784 students,
which represents 134 percent of the
school's permanent capacity. It has 23
portable classrooms.
The proposal to assign Cox Elementary
students to Pasco Middle and Pasco High
would keep those students much closer to
home for their middle and high school years.
The students have been bused out of
their community to Wesley Chapel for the
past decade to help diversify Weightman
Middle andWesley Chapel High.
The committee said that busing is no
longer needed because the demographics in
Wesley Chapel have changed.
In proposing the new boundaries, the
committee considered such things as impacts


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field, a place for cyclists, baseball, softball, an-
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Discussion and banter continued on each
subject. Black from Kimley-Horn explained
how Zephyrhills was in a better position for
redevelopment than many other cities as they
set aside funds for such purposes and do not
take out loans. When the city has enough
money for a project, they work on it. Other fi-
nancial factors to consider were that certain
community redevelopment funds cannot be
spent without a plan in place; and, income
the city receives from real estate taxes is pro-
jected to decline over the next two years.
Klepper from Urban Resource Group, a
division of Kimley-Horn, explained that they
(the consultants and the city) were about 60
days out from wrapping up planning.

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They do not offer appraisals, but have
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to the district's transportation and special edu-
cation services, as well as the socioeconomic
makeup of the schools,Williams said.
It also attempted to avoid splitting neigh-
borhoods and considered such things as
school feeder patterns and future growth,
Williams said.
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kids.We try to disrupt as few as possible'.
The proposed boundary changes do not
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The boundary changes will not affect in-
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It will, however, affect all school choice
students who attend a school affected by a
boundary change,Williams said.
All of those students will have to reapply
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incoming seniors atWiregrass will have to
reapply for a choice assignment, she said.
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Karim Nohra



joins 400 club


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

After the 51-30 win against Zephyrhills
High Jan. 4, first-year Academy at the Lakes
coach Karim Nohra congratulated his team
as he has following his previous 399 victo-
ries.
The 20-year coach thinks there is noth-
ing special about winning his 400th game in
high school.
"I never even thought about (400),"
Nohra said."All that's saying is I've coached a
long time.As far as I'm concerned it's just a
long time of coaching."
Nohra, who is a professor at the college
of engineering at the University of South
Florida, started as a boys junior varsity coach
from 1987 to 1990 and then became the
girls coach at Tampa Catholic High. He
moved to Cambridge Christian High for two
years and eventually to Wesley Chapel High
the previous two seasons before coming to
the academy.
"We've had success, but that's not just be-
cause of me," Nohra said. "It's the people
around me. I have two assistants and I
haven't gone anywhere without them."
Those assistants are Gene Miranda, who
has been with Nohra since he went to
Tampa Catholic, while Mackenzie Vidonic


I =. & . A
Marjorie Rivera came up with 17 points and eig
the Academy at the Lakes win against Zephyrh


played for him at Cambridge
and joined his staff after grad-
uating in 2006.
"He tries to act like it's no
big deal, but it is," Vidonic
said."He's a great coach and
this shows it."
Nohra guided Wesley
Chapel to consecutive re-
gional finals the last two
seasons, but was not retained
with the team. He did not
have to wait too long before
another group of Wildcats Academy at
was knocking at his door. Wildcats win
"I've known him for 25
years," said academy athletic director Tom
Haslem."I've followed him the whole way.
He's won a ton of games everywhere he
went.When I heard he was having to reap-
ply for his job at Wesley Chapel, which to
me means you're not going to have your
job,we jumped on him."
For a coach who won 48 games in two
years at Wesley Chapel, the change with
coming to the academy was stark. The
Wildcats went 0-15 in the 2009-10 season
and needed a lot of work to get to the 9-1
mark they are at.
"They always fielded a team, but they'd
get trounced," Nohra said."They'd be every-
one's senior night because
you know it would be a W I
came in and said the mentally
has to change. I'm screaming,
yelling at them and they're
like, holy cow this guy is
crazy, but I've changed their
perception of what basketball
is all about.They don't know
S how to win and you have to
Know how to win and pre-
S pare to win and no one did
S that before."
Nohra also put them on a
, weight lifting and running
program to get them faster
and stronger to run his sys-
tem.
"We press and run, that's
my style," Nohra said. "If
you're not in shape you can't
press and run. I tell them all
the time 'I want the ball.' Go
get me the ball and they can't
score and we have more op-
ght steals in portunities to score.That's the
hills. bottom line.Are we good at it


the Lakes girls basketball coach Karim Nohra talks with his team during a timeout in the
over Zephyrhills. (Photos by Glenn Gefers www.Photosby3g.com)


I 1111 1 ! I
Andrea Mauger had a team-high 20 points
and nine steals in the Wildcats victory.

yet? No, but if I take it away from you half
the time it gives us a better chance to
score."
His players said Nohra says that at least
20 times each practice,"Go get me the ball."
He demands perfection in every drill, asking
players where they should be at any point
and why.
"He's just a great coach," said forward
Andrea Mauger, who played for Nohra at
Wesley Chapel last season."He worked me
hard and is going to make me a better play-
er. I want to play college ball and he's a great
coach to help be do that. He's very intense,
but he's awesome. He definitely knows
what he's talking about, but if you don't do
your job you're going to hear it."
In practice, Nohra also does not miss an


opportunity to remind them where they
were one year ago.
"Lazy gets us 0-15," Nohra yelled during a
recent practice.
Sophomore forward Christina Stark was
a part of that Wildcats team last year that
went winless.
"It's been a whole different program this
year," Stark said."He takes practice as serious
as games."
Junior center/forward Alexis Holler also
suffered through that 0-15 season.
"It's a lot faster paced all the time," Holler
said."We get a lot more done in practice and
it's working. ... My goal is to win the first
district championship for girls basketball
this season. I think we have a chance."
Only one team has a district title at the
academy, the girls golf team this school year.
The basketball program reached the district
finals in 2007.
In the milestone win Nohra's press de-
fense forced 25 steals, with Mauger leading
the way with nine and also adding a team-
high 20 points. Guard Marjorie Rivera added
eight steals, 17 points and five rebounds and
five assists.
Many of Nohra's former players,includ-
ing the entire Wesley Chapel team, watched
the 20-year veteran record No. 400. Nohra
acknowledged the achievement, but would
give them all up for a championship run.
"If anybody wants to trade, I'll trade my
400 for seven in February," Nohra said.
"That's really what I'd like to do.... Seven
wins in February means we just won the
state title."
The academy had a game against
Lakeside Christian Jan. 10, but results were
not available by press time.The squad next
plays at the Academy of the Holy Names Jan.
18 at 6 p.m.


First-year coach gets win No. 1


Senior point guard Devin McLeod
brings the ball up the court during the
Bulldogs 53-29 win Jan. 4.

14 January12,2011


It took a little longer than
he wanted, but Dustin Rowe
and the Zephyrhills High
boys basketball team record-
ed their first win of the
season by defeating
Academy at the Lakes 53-29
Jan. 4.
"It's exciting for me, but
it's more exciting for the
kids," Rowe said. "We've al-
ways said we want to play
our best come district tour-
nament time and they're
starting to gel together now.
They understand their roles
better and are more used to
playing with each other."
Senior Dustin Gay was
the Bulldogs leading scorer,
pouring in 19 points while


adding five steals, five re-
bounds and one block. Rowe
said Gay is one of the hard-
est workers on the team
with a great attitude in every
practice and is also a very
good student.
Rowe was named the
new Bulldogs leader after
Alan Reed retired from the
job early this year.
Zephyrhills sits at 1-13 fol-
lowing the win and a loss to
Crystal River High with the
district tournament about
one month away.
The Bulldogs next play a
rematch contest against
Crystal River Jan. 13 at 7
p.m. at home.
-Kyle LoJacono


Dustin Rowe yells out instruction to his players during Zephyrhills' victory over
Academy at the Lakes. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)


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Coaches leave one Wildcats program for another


Link between coaches
Castelamare and Nohra

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

It seems John Castelamare and Karim
Nohra really like Wildcats.
Both coached at Wesley Chapel High for
the 2009-10 school year, Castelamare for
football and Nohra for girls basketball.The
similarities do not stop there as the two
both took over the same position at
Academy at the Lakes this season.
Nohra, a professor at the University of
South Florida, led the Wesley Chapel girls
basketball program the last two years, guid-
ing the squad to back-to-back regional finals
appearances. However, Carin Nettles be-
came the school's principal for the 2009-10
school year and put a new emphasis on
coaches being teachers at Wesley Chapel.


Academy at the Lakes girls basketball coach
Karim Nohra was the leader at Wesley
Chapel the previous two years. (Photo by
Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)


He was not retained.
Castelamare, a physical education
teacher, started the Wesley Chapel football
program when the school opened in 1999.
He was forced to retire before last year,
which was his fifth in the deferred retire-
ment option program. The academy was
waiting with open arms to welcome the
two veteran coaches.
"What we're trying to do is get the best
coaches we can find," said academy athletic
director Tom Haslem."We have coach John
Castelamare for football, coach Nohra for
basketball.We're a small school and those
guys have a lot to offer to our programs.As
anAD it's a no brainer for me."
Nohra and Castelamare both express
thanks to Haslem for giving them an oppor-
tunity to coach at the academy.
Castelamare coached for 38 years in
Pasco County public schools, working with
Ridgewood High's program before Wesley
Chapel. During that time he compiled a 108-
126 record, 63-50 at Wesley Chapel
including two 10-0 regular seasons and
three district championships.
Coming to the academy Castelamare had
to get used to coaching six-man football.
"The rules are very different and it took
some time to get them all down, but in the
end it's still football" Castelamare said."A lot
of the players didn't really know anything
about football and we had to teach them
drills I'd used atWesley Chapel for years."
The academy went 6-5 and reached the
playoffs in Castelamare's first season, but he
has more than just winning on his to-do list.
"The goal is to get the program to 11-
man football," Castelamare said."We'd need
at least 25 good football players to do that.
Just 25 bodies isn't enough.We need foot-
ball players. I think the excitement in
football is up here at the academy and I
hope our numbers will be up next season."


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John Castelamare speaks to his Academy at the Lakes team at the end of practice last
season. (File photo)


There were about 15 players on the
academy football roster last year. The pro-
gram moved up to 11-man football for one
season in 2007 and went 1-9.
Nohra did not have to worry about new
rules when he came to the academy, but he
did have to work on many of the basics
with his new squad as Castelamare did.
"The first thing I saw is they needed di-
rections as far as skill work," Nohra said."I
immediately made them start doing some
weight lifting and running, and that scared
quite a few of the girls away.They've never
been asked to do a lot other than let's roll
out the balls, put on the uniform and go
play. Now I'm demanding more of their time
and effort. It's a really big culture change."
One player who wasn't scared off is
sophomore Andrea Mauger,who played for
Nohra at Wesley Chapel last year and trans-
ferred to the academy. She said she enjoys


playing with Nohra's high-tempo style.
"He runs the same system no matter
where he's at and I like what he runs,"
Mauger said."It stops a lot of people and the
pressure is just so high that it confuses peo-
ple.You have a job and if you do it right
everything is fine, but if one person doesn't
it just falls apart. Coach breaks down every-
one's job and gets you to understand what
to do and why you have to do it that way."
Last year the academy girls basketball
program went 0-15, but have turned that
around fast for 9-1 start including Nohra's
400th win as a high school coach.
"We have coaches who are really good at
turning programs around and both teams
are flat out working harder than they did
last year" Haslem said."They have everyone
at the school talking about athletics here
and I'm hoping for many more years with
them leading the programs."


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Bulldogs wrestling ranks swell with new leadership


New athletes needed to compete
in ultra-tough region

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

First-year Zephyrhills High wrestling
coach Jeff Beson is not the kind of coach
who shies away from a tough competition.
"All the best teams in the state are right
here in our region," Beson said."It's good to
know your opponents. Even if you don't
wrestle them, just to be able to see them.
Other than that, you want to go against the
best to get better. It's hard to grow as a
wrestler if you don't have challenges.
Competition will make you better."
The Bulldogs compete in Class 2A,
District 8, and sent seven athletes to region-
als and one to the state meet last year with a
team of 15. Unfortunately for the east Pasco
County squad, the eventual overall top three
teams - Oviedo, Springstead and Lake
Gibson high schools in descending order -
all are in the same region as Zephyrhills.
"We're really starting to see the improve-
ment from the start of workouts," Beson
said."We've got 27 kids on the roster.About


half of the guys are new to the team and
most of those kids started working earlier
because they weren't playing fall sports.
They started to get a feel for it and how
tough it can be to wrestle, and then the
older guys started coming in from the fall
sports. Having those experienced wrestlers
around helped reinforce how to do things."
One of those leaders who is now focused
on wrestling is senior Duke Morrison, who
played tight end and on the defensive line
for the football team. Morrison has wrestled
for three years and was the district champi-
on in the 215-pounds class last season.
"There's a different intensity with foot-
ball that I don't think these younger guys
had or saw yet," Morrison said."In football
you really get into it, so I don't think the
younger guys saw anything like that. We
came in and took things a little more seri-
ously.They see what hitting it hard can do."
Morrison does not hold back when talk-
ing about his individual goals for his final
campaign.
"I want to place in top six in states," said
Morrison."... I've never been to states be-
fore. I should have been and I don't want to
go out my senior year without getting there."
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just finished the football season. He played
both the offensive and defensive lines and
competes in the heavyweight class.
"Wrestling and football are really differ-
ent," Cottrell said."In football everything you
do is for the team, but in wrestling you're
competing in your own matches. In football
you can beat the guy you're going against,
but you might not win the game. In
wrestling, if you're the better one you're
probably going to win.
"You still work with the younger guys and
make the whole team better," Cottrell contin-
ued. "That's where the team comes from. It's
different, but we still feel like a team."
Cottrell also said his goal is to reach
states this season, as did 125-pound senior
Jasper Starnes.
"That's the whole goal is get to states and
from there anything can happen," Starnes
said.
The Bulldogs have seven freshmen, but
one is different from the traditional novice to
high school wrestling. Brian Matthews, 130
pounds, competed for two years in Colorado
before moving to Zephyrhills this year.
"I think I've taken on a little bit of a lead-
ership role because of that," Matthews said.
"Some of the younger guys didn't know


From left are
SBulldogs sen-
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Starnes, Duke
Morrison and
Stephen
Cottrell. All
three have a
chance to reach
states and will
be key leaders
on an inexperi-
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Zephyrhills
squad.

basic moves and sometimes it's easier to see
a teammate do something."
Matthews is only a freshman, but his goal
is the same as the Zephyrhills veterans.
"The goal is get to states," Matthews said.
"You have to aim for that."
Beson has coached wrestling for six years,
the last three at Zephyrhills, but this is his
first head coaching position. Bulldogs athletic
director Bruce Cimorelli has been impressed
with the new man leading the squad.
"Jeff's a very hard worker and doing a
very fine job with the team," Cimorelli said.
Beson was flattered by Cimorelli's praise,
but said any success is because of the team's
hard work.
"That's the key for us," Beson said."We
have to come in and work every day. If you
do that every day you're going to see im-
provement. I expect us to bring at least
seven to regionals this year and we should
have about three guys make states. I'll be
disappointed if we don't because we have
the talent and work ethic to."
Zephyrhills last won an overall district
championship in 2003 when the squad
went 20-5 and finished third in the state.The
Bulldogs also won district titles in 1997 and
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District fires two Land 0' Lakes coaches


Football coach Matt Kitchie
and cheerleading coach
Celisa Cook remain teachers
By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com
Land O' Lakes High cheerleading coach
Celisa Cook and football coach Matt Kitchie
will not return to lead their sports next sea-
son.
Gators principal Ric Mellin confirmed
the two will not have their positions re-
newed, but will both remain as teachers.
Kitchie is a physical education teacher,
while Cook is the exceptional student edu-
cation department head. Neither coaches
any other sport at Land O' Lakes.
Mellin said both teachers received a let-
ter from Pasco County Superintendent
Heather Fiorentino Dec. 22, the day before
schools let out for the winter break.
"There was a decision made that went
against what's outlined in our code of con-
duct," Mellin said.
Fiorentino said the discipline was under
her direction.
Both coaches, as well as defensive coor-
dinator Jason Hatcher, were indefinitely
suspended after an off the field incident in-
volving an unnamed student in November.
The three coaches missed the Gators'last
regular season game against Hudson High, a
42-10 win, and their first-round playoff loss
to eventual state champion Jefferson High.
Also absent from both those last two con-
tests was senior quarterback Stephen
Weatherford. Offensive line coach Pat
Corcoran took over the football team and
junior Ryan Bird was the quarterback to end
the year.
Hatcher was not a teacher, but a perma-
nent substitute at Land O' Lakes. He was told


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Former Land O' Lakes football coach Matt Kitchie speaking to his team after a practice
before last season. Kitchie and cheerleading coach Celisa Cook will not return to those
positions next year. (Files photo)


he would no longer be working at the
school in December.
Mellin said the football position is being
advertised this week, but is not tied to any
teaching opening. He hopes to have a new
coach in place before the start of spring
practice,which begins in May.
"We want to give the new coach time to
select the assistants," Mellin said."Continuity
is very important for high school athletics,
but I'm sure the next coach will want to
have some say in the staff."
As for cheerleading, the sport is very
much in season. The Gators competed in
the regional tournament Jan. 8, but results
were not available by press time. Junior var-
sity coach Andrea Burkhart has been the
acting varsity coach since Cook's suspen-
sion.
"I commend both Pat and Andrea for
stepping in under difficult circumstances,"
Mellin said."I know it wasn't easy for them."
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HOLIDAY WRAP-UP Rotary group delivers cheer Page 4 HEALTHY ORDERING Occasional Ôcheat meal' OK in dieting Page 7 CHALK TALK Teachers win water grants Page 8 WIN NO. 1 Zephyrhills basketball coach gets first career winPage 14 WHAT'SINSIDE ZEPHYRHILLS/DADE CITYThe LAKERThe LAKER January 12,2011It's Not Wednesday Until You Read The Laker! By B.C Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comThere is something about the rhythmic tick-tock of a clock or the ancient sound of a grandfather's chimes that has nearly universal appeal. Those sounds are especially thrilling,however,to those who spend their days repairing clocks that don't work. Chris Denherder has sold and repaired clocks for decades and now is passing his knowledge and a few tricks of the trade to his grandson,Andrew Dirkse. The men work at Timeframe,Inc.which shares space with custom picture framing shop operated by Denherder's wife,Judy. The Denherders opened their shop 3 1/2 years ago,at 4843 Allen Road in Zephyrhills.They began the business a year after moving into the area to retire.The couple,who lived in Buchanan,Mich.,had been snowbirders since 1989. They found a place on a golf course to retire,but couldn't quite settle into retirement. "We were here for a year doing nothing," Denherder said.Then his wife told him she missed the framing business and wanted to get back into it.She promised him a small corner so he could fix clocks. Fast-forward to last summer Ñ that's when the couple's grandson,who had been building log homes in Bozeman,Mont,came for a visit. He went back home,quit his job and signed up for some intensive clock repair classes. Then,he moved back to join his grandfather's business and he's thrilled with his decision. Both men get a kick out of figuring out why a clock is running too slow,running too fast or has stopped completely. They enjoy figuring out why the chimes chime too often or at the wrong time or don't chime at all. "We repair clocks,anything from cuckoos to Grandfathers,"Dirkse said."We don't do watches,just clocks,"said Andrew Dirkse. The business draws its customers primarily from Zephyrhills,Dade City and areas to the north. Dirkse said he has always enjoyed tinkering with things.When he was a kid he took apart radios and vacuum cleaners,he said.Timely tradition keeps family busy Andrew Dirkse releases a clock's spring as he prepares to make a repair. (Photos by B.C. Manion) Chris Denherder shows off one of the books at Timeframe, Inc., a Zephyrhills shop where customers can have clocks repaired or framing done.See TRADITION,page13 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comThe Pasco County School Board is set to take action on school boundary changes aimed at relieving overcrowded conditions at Wiregrass Ranch High and John Long Middle schools.School board chairwoman Joanne Hurley said she understands that parents care deeply about which schools their children attend,often even choosing where they live based on which schools serve their neighborhood. However,Hurley said,the school district cannot guarantee that boundaries won't change because they must be able to respond to an area's population growth or decline. See BOUNDARIES,page13 By Tammy Sue Strubletstruble@cnewspubs.comZephyrhills is working on putting its best face forward,and landscape enhancements such as new palm trees along US 301 are just the beginning. In meetings and workshops during the past year,the City of Zephyrhills is getting closer to more revitalization projects in conjunction with Pasco County and the Florida Department of Transportation.In the last of the public input workshops regarding the Community Redevelopment Plan, consultants from Kimley-Horn and Associates Inc.of Sarasota spoke with members of the community at the noon Zephyrhills Rotary meeting on Thursday, Jan.6.Then,KimleyHorn representatives packed up and moved over to City Hall for a 3 p.m.workshop.At the Rotary meeting,Martin "Marty" Black with Kimley-Horn reiterated information from past workshops yet solicited new ideas and solutions to problem areas from city residents and other members of the surrounding community. Black suggested in the improvement plan Ñ expected to span the next 10 years Ñ that Zephyrhills include ideas to create noticeable gateway entrances into the city from several directions.Gateways that would be eye-catching improvements that identify one's arrival into the city. Something like that could help attract more attention for a city renowned for its bottled water and other businesses,including the strongest Village Inn and Golden Corral restaurants in the state.Yet,with 80,000 full-time and seasonal residents (58,000 without the seasonal) within a fivemile radius,people are still going elsewhere like Wesley Chapel,Tampa and Lakeland for office and retail services. Kimley-Horn officials said Zephyrhills needs to better market itself as a viable place to receive those services. "Just start the discussions,"Black urged at the Rotary meeting."None of these solutions are perfect answers." Five areas have been identified for possible improvements with this Community Redevelopment Area (CRA) plan.The current CRA boundary is a hub at the intersection of US 301,Fifth Avenue and SR 54 and extending out from the hub in each direction approximately five to six blocks.Planners map potential future of Zephyrhills Some proposed ideas for redevelopment of Zephyrhills downtown area from community workshop input and consultant advice. (Rendering courtesy of Kimley-Horn and Associates Inc.) District poised to shift some school boundaries Zephyrhills High sophomore and tennis player Stephen Belles attended a city redevelopment workshop at City Hall Jan. 7. "All ages play tennis at the Zephyr Park location." We need to "get more tennis courts for Zephyrhills; right now there are not enough courts, only five," Belles explained. (Photo by Jodi McDonald) See FUTURE,page13Aview of the new business school under construction. 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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. By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comAn $11 million building going up at Saint Leo University signals the first new classroom building on the campus in decades. It's like going from the 1960s to the 21st century in one fell swoop. School leaders are excited by how they'll be able to use the latest in technology to better prepare their students to play a meaningful role in their future work places, whether they're working for an employer or running a business of their own. "On a very basic level,it will give us the physical resources we need,"said Michael Nastanski,dean of the Donald R.Tapia School of Business at Saint Leo University. Burgeoning growth during the past decade has forced the business school to use every bit of classroom and office space available on the Saint Leo campus,Nastanski said."We're the largest Catholic business school in the United States,"he said.Besides its Saint Leo campus,the university has 17 regional education centers and the Center for Online Learning.The new business building will allow the university to bring all of its business students and faculty members on the Saint Leo campus under one roof. Beyond pulling people together,the building itself is designed to foster collaboration and creativity,Nastanski said. It has many gathering places,where faculty members can discuss ideas and where faculty members and students can continue discussions that began in the classroom. The building's technology will enable students to work together on projects and then share their results with the class, Nastanski said. The technology used in today's workplace is one of the huge drivers of change, said Lorrie McGovern,who joined the university in October as head of graduate programs in the school of business. The building's technology enables students to hear and see lectures being delivered by experts at one of the university's satellite locations. The building also is designed to accommodate gatherings with corporate leaders and economic development groups, such as the Pasco Economic Development Council. Such exchanges can be very beneficial to students,as well as to companies seeking future employees to join their team, McGovern said. It also is enabling the university to add a computer science program,Nastanski said. The new structure adds 50,000 square feet to the university's main campus.It includes nine classrooms,a large lecture hall which doubles as a boardroom,computer labs and a broadcast technology suite.Nastanski said he can't wait for the building to open.He believes it will help the university prepare graduates to be innovative thinkers who are capable of helping their future employees or their own businesses to use technology to reduce costs,increase revenue andNew building,opportunities coming to Saint Leo Michael Nastanskiimprove customer service.The university's school of business bears the name of Donald R.Tapia,an alumnus who donated $4 million for the building,the largest single gift in the university's history. Tapia received a bachelor's degree in business administration through the Center for Online Learning at the university and returned for an online MBA. Before McGovern joined Saint Leo,she said she was looking at the university's website and read about Tapia's donation.Tapia grew up in a rough neighborhood in Detroit and now owns a multi-million dollar wholesale business outside of Phoenix.McGovern said she was impressed that an adult,online graduate had made such a large contribution.Those kinds of donations are rare,she said. "I thought,ÔWow,something exciting is going on,'"McGovern said. The plans for the building are impressive,she said."That's what you see,"she said. But it was the camaraderie and culture that could lead to such a gift that drew McGovern to Saint Leo. Aview of the new business school under construction. (Photos courtesy of Saint Leo University) Lorrie McGovern Rendering of the new building.

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1-31-11. 1-31-11. Mon Fri 10am 7pm  Sat 10am 7pm  Sun 11am 6pm CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS January 12,2011 3 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comIt's hard to predict what kinds of cars will show up at the Al and Ida Silver Memorial Classic Car Show. Car lovers are "liable to see anything there,"said Larry Broga,a car enthusiast with years of experience in the car world,who has been tapped to judge the entries. "There could be as many as 100 or as few as 20,"Broga said."It's what is called an open show,"he said,meaning it could attract everything from antiques to exotics,from hot rods to street rods to customs. The event will be from 9 a.m.to 3 p.m. Saturday,Jan.15 at the Land O'Lakes Community Center,5401 Land O'Lakes Blvd. Weather permitting,the "show Ôn shine" classic car competition could be a big draw, Broga said.(A rain date has been set for Jan. 22). On the one hand,it's a new event,so it's hard to guess how much enthusiasm it will generate.On the other hand,there's no other car show that day so it could pull in lots of enthusiasts who want to show off their beauties,Broga said. Broga said he will judge the cars by evaluating how much effort it took to get them into tip-top shape. The car lover said he thinks classic cars have an appeal because they can stir feelings of nostalgia,reminding people of earlier times in their lives,or prompting them to think about simpler times in the past. "There's a lot of money and a lot of time put into these vehicles,"he said."And a lot of pride.It's a whole lifestyle.Some of those paint jobs are in the $10,000 range." Organizers of the car show wanted to stage an event to raise money for the Heritage Park Foundation,while at the same time honoring the late Al and Ida Silver,who owned A-OK Trophies and were founding members in the foundation and icons of the Land O'Lakes community. One of the reasons they wanted a car show is that they knew that Al Silver was a big car buff,said Sandy Graves,president of the Heritage Park Foundation. The couple was widely known throughout the community,said Lonnie Piper,their daughter,who now runs the trophy shop with her husband,Bobby Buckle.Al Silver championed the quest to have a light put in at Land O'Lakes Boulevard and Lake Padgett Road because there were so many accidents,Piper said.He also pushed to have Christmas lights on electric poles, even though the family is Jewish,she added. The family trophy business began in their Long Island home 49 years ago.It started in the basement,spread to the garage and then spilled into the family room. "When it got to the dining room,that's when my mother said,"That's it!"Piper said.Instead of letting it take over the dining room,Ida Silver demanded that they open up a shop. They had two locations on Long Island when they decided to move south to Florida. They operated at different spots in Tampa before settling into a pink house on US 41 in Land O'Lakes. The house was knocked down by the widening of US 41,and the highway was renamed Land O'Lakes Boulevard.The trophy shop Ñ which sells trophies,plaques, pen sets,ribbons and other items Ñ operates at 3724 Land O'Lakes Blvd.,in a building constructed farther back from the road. Piper is pleased that the benefit that will raise money in her parents'memory will provide a nice time for event-goers while raising money to help pay for amenities for the community to enjoy. The fundraiser's proceeds eventually will be used to help pay for a Heritage Walk around the park and an amphitheater,Graves said. It costs $15 to register a car for the event, which can be paid on the day of the show. Cars will be lined up on a multipurpose field,where spectators can check them out and the contestants can be judged. Registration is from 9 a.m.to noon. Twenty trophies and a best of show will be announced at a 2:30 p.m.ceremony.The first 50 cars to register will get a free goody bag. The event will also feature a DJ playing music from the 50s,60s and 70s and will include various vendors.Some will sell fresh produce.Others will offer pizza,hot dogs or barbecue. Other vendors will sell jewelry,wickless candles,leather work,soaps,boutique clothing,beadwork,blankets and photography.A personal chef and someone from a company that does signs on car windows will be on hand,too. Vendors are still welcome to participate, said Pam St.Mary,of Land O'Lakes Saturday Market,who is organizing the event. Graves said her organization envisions a day when people will be able to attend concerts and outdoors movies at the park,and will be able walk around a trail,stopping periodically to read markers that tell visitors about the community's history and about area families. "We're hoping that people will come out to see the cars and have a good time,"St. Mary said. For more information go to LOLSaturdaymkt or call Pam St.Mary at (813) 731-5168.Car show honors memory of Al and Ida Silver A1962 Chevrolet Impala owned by Ray Garbatini of Land O'Lakes. Cars similar to this one may turn out to the Al and Ida Silver Memorial Classic Car Show. (Photo courtesy of Larry Broga) If you goAl and Ida Silver Memorial Classic Car Show Land O' Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O' Lakes Blvd. 9 a.m.to 3 p.m.,Saturday,Jan.15 (Jan.22 is rain date) Classic cars,DJ,food booths and various vendors Ida and Al Silver. (Photo courtesy of Lonnie Piper)

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Hatr i ck Spec i al to The Laker The Rotary Eastside 8 bagged 775 Christmas meals to be distributed to those in need Saturday attaining a 72 percent increase over 2009’s holiday joint community service project, which yielded 450 bags. Eastside 8 is the name given to the East Pasco County Rotary Clubs comprised of the Rotary Club of Zephyrhills; Rotary Club of Zephyrhills Daybreak; Rotary Club of Wesley Chapel; Rotary Club of Wesley Chapel Sunrise; Rotary Club of Dade City; Rotary Club of Dade City Sunrise; Rotary Club of Land O’ Lakes; and Rotary Club of San Antonio. A matching grant of $3,700 from Rotary Club International helped to bring about the increase in dinners for the east side clubs. The project was begun last year and conceived and spearheaded by past president of the noon Rotary Club in Zephyrhills, Mike Mira. This year, he and current president Mike Waters continued to provide leadership for the project. The meals consisted of a canned ham, mashed potatoes, muffin mix, corn, green beans, gravy and a cake. “Pretty much a complete holiday dinner,” Mira said. “Our club did 200 of those bags,” Mira said. “We’re taking care of West Elementary, Chester Taylor Elementary and Stewart Middle School as well as making a contribution to the Samaritan Project.” The Samaritan Project is a cooperative effort between churches, businesses and the city of Zephyrhills. It seeks to meet needs of families and individuals in the community. “Daybreak Rotary is doing 100 bags,” Mira continued. “Their club is taking care of Woodland Elementary and the High School.” “We re going to the schools because we feel [having needs is] never the children’s fault. We want these families to have a nice Christmas dinner,” Mira explained. Stewart Middle School contributed 600 extra cans of canned goods from a drive held at the school which were added to the bags. Contributions also came from Zephyrhills community business partners Wade Thomas, who gave $1,000 to the noon club, and Tom Vanater, who provided $300 to the noon club to fund the bags being given to the Samaritan Project. Mira said that the need was even greater this year. “We’re supposed to be coming out of the recession and it seems like people are in worse shape this year,” he said. The Eastside 8 clubs had a summer vacation food project last summer to help children when there is no longer a school lunch after they get out of school. They plan to do that project again in June. Rotary is a worldwide organization of more than 1.2 million business, professional, and community leaders. Members of Rotary clubs, known as Rotarians, provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.Rotary Eastside 8 serves generosity Mike Mira (left) of The Rotary Club of Zephyrhills helps members of other local Rotary clubs fill bags with food items. By B.J. Jarv is Pasco Extens i on Hort i culture A g ent Who would have thought Pasco County would again see weather as weird as last year? It seems to have already started with unusually cold temperatures accompanied by drying winds. What can gardeners do to help the lawn survive? At this time of year, talk is usually about preparing turfgrass for dormancy, but not in 2011. Freezing temperatures have already turned lawns brown, but don’t panic. Even in sunny Florida, turfgrass needs a rest and dormancy is a normal, healthy part of the plant cycle. Hopefully the lawn has not been fertilized since early fall. An actively growing turf has little resistance to cold or freezing temperatures. For the same reason, the next fertilization should not occur until at least mid-March. When daylight is longer and temperatures are warmer in the spring, green growth will start again. Do not try to push early green-up by fertilizing early. New growth can be easily damaged by another freeze. Weed and feed products for pre-emergent weed controls are not especially effective in central Florida. If my lawn is any indication, the weeds seem to take advantage of the fertilizer part, and the turf sees no benefit. So save yourself time and money by only treating with a preemergent to control warm season weeds. Timing is critical when using preemergents. Apply these around Valentine’s Day when day temperatures reach 65-70 degrees for four or five consecutive days. When turfgrass is not actively growing, it requires less water. From November through February, your lawn will only need to be irrigated every 1014 days. Turn the irrigation controller off and skip a week. If it rains at least 3/4 of an inch during that time, you won’t need to turn on the system to irrigate. Purchase a rain gauge if you don’t already have one. While mowing will be intermittent in winter, good care should be taken to keep turf as healthy as possible. A sharp blade is essential, and regular cleaning of the mower deck will help avoid spread of disease and weed seeds throughout the landscape. Optimal mowing heights vary by species, but in general, St. Augustine, bahia and zoysia grasses should be cut at 3.5-4 inches long. Dwarf varieties may be cut at 2.5-3 inches. Mowing high promotes deep root growth, and it has the added benefit of creating inhospitable conditions for weed seed germination. How can you tell if your lawn has truly succumbed to cold weather? Plant a small plug of grass in a container of good potting mix. Place it in a warm, sunny location and keep it slightly moist but not wet or about three weeks. If new growth appears, your lawn should recover when the warm weather comes again. If not, you will probably need to replace at least the brown areas in your lawn when the weather warms up. For more information about lawn care, visit the University of Florida’s website at www.yourFloridalawn.ifas.ufl.edu or visit the Pasco Extension website at Pasco.ifas.ufl.edu for more gardening information. Helping the lawn survive the chillB.J. Jarvis is horticulturist and extension director for Pasco County Cooperative Extension Service, a free service of the county and the University of Florida. For more information, visit the extension website at www.pasco.ifas.ufl.edu. NATURE NOTES

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Along with the 400,000 homes dedicated worldwide during the last 35 years, Habitat for Humanity has helped more than 2 million receive better housing. "We are happy to have helped Habitat for Humanity reach this important milestone in bettering communities across the country,"said Stephanie Black,director of family services with the East & Central Pasco chapter."With continued support of our sponsors and volunteers,we'll address affordable housing needs in east and central Pasco County." The East & Central Pasco chapter was formed last year when the separate units in central and east Pasco merged to pool resources and build more houses.Two homes were dedicated in 2010,one in Zephyrhills and the other in Dade City. Last year,Habitat for Humanity dedicated nearly 80,000 homes by repairing,rehabilitating or building new ones.The organization has set a goal to get that number to 100,000 families helped globally each year by 2013. 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The East & Central Pasco chapter has fundraising events throughout the area and receives money from churches,business,organizations and individuals along with support from local government.It also raises money through sales at its ReStores. Anyone interested in donating time or money to the effort can do so by calling the East & Central Pasco chapter at (352) 5671444 or visiting www.habitatpasco.org. Ann Murdoch reacts as John Fremlin, Habitat for Humanity's construction supervisor, hands her the keys to her home last July. (File photo)Habitat for Humanity hits milestone

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Those honored include: --Vicky Bahmann,Manager of the Quarter.She began her career with PRMC in 2006 as physical therapist and was promoted to director of physical therapy in 2009. Bahmann was recognized for being a team player with a friendly and professional demeanor toward her patients and fellow associates. --Maryann Chattin,Volunteer of the Quarter.She has served as a volunteer at PRMC since 2007 and was recognized for her dedication,hard work and willingness to help others.Chattin will be competing against her husband,Herschel, for Volunteer of the Year because he also won Volunteer of the Quarter earlier in 2010. --Paul Estrada,registered nurse,Nurse of the Quarter.He began working at PRMC in 2005 in the medical/surgical nursing unit and is now a team member in the extra emergency room.Co-workers nominated Estrada for his positive and friendly attitude and for providing outstanding patient care. --Will Popplewell,radiology supervisor, Associate of the Quarter.He began his career with PRMC in 2005 and is a member of the radiology team.Co-workers nominated Popplewell for his willingness to lend a helping hand,his professionalism and his commitment to excellence in patient care.Preparing for flu seasonInfluenza,also known as the flu,is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses.It spreads from person to person 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. Influenza is spread by droplets through coughs,sneezes or common surfaces.The flu virus varies in severity from season to season and person to person. "It's always best to avoid contact with people who have seasonal or H1N1 flu," Sanderson said."If that's not possible,one of the best ways to reduce your chance of contracting the flu is to wash your hands frequently." Sanderson also recommends using sanitizing wipes to clean surfaces,such as toys, countertops,telephones and other objects if someone in your household is ill with a cold or the flu. While the ER extra emergency department at Pasco Regional has seen few cases of influenza this season,experts agree this is a good time to prepare by getting your annual flu shot.The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends a flu shot for everyone six months of age and older.The only exception is for young children age six months to 8 years old who have never received the vaccine.In order for them to build immunity to the virus,two doses spaced four weeks apart are recommended.Healthy Women Today in PascoThe Pasco County Heath Department's Healthy Women Today program is offering free and reduced-priced mammograms and other screenings for women 50-years-old or older without health insurance.Women must meet some eligibility requirements. Services are available at the Zephyrhills, Dade City and Land O'Lakes locations.Call (727) 816-1100 to register.Cares adult day care servicesCommunity Aging and Retirement Services Inc.(CARES) operates an adult day health service center at the CARES Crescent Enrichment Center,13906 Fifth St. in Dade City. Adult day service centers are an alternative for working caregivers or caregivers that need a little time for themselves.The centers provide health,social services and fun to adults who may be challenged in their everyday activities. CARES adult day services are licensed by the Agency for Health Care Administration and are offered Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Charges are based on the level of care needed. For an appointment,call Beth GilmartinBlake at (352) 518-9300.Surgical weight loss seminarUniversity Community Hospital is offering a free surgical weight loss seminar on Saturday,Jan.22 from 10-11:30 a.m.in the LifeHope Medical Office,3000 Medical Park Dr.,Suite 490.The hospital-based program focuses on the physical,emotional and educational aspects of losing weight.Dr.John Dietrick will present the class.To register, call (813) 615-7077.Macular degeneration seminarUniversity Community Hospital and the Macular Degeneration Association will have an educational seminar on new treatment and management techniques for the disease on Monday,Jan.24 from noon-4 p.m.The class is free and will be at the Pepin Heart Hospital,3100 E.Fletcher Ave.Dr.Michael Tolentino will be a guest speaker. Refreshments will be served.Registration is required and can be made by calling (941) 870-4399.Mom-To-Mom Connection programThe Women's Center at University Community Hospital,3100 E.Fletcher Ave., hosts the Mom-To-Mom Connection support group each Wednesday from 7:30-8:30 p.m.The free program helps those suffering from postpartum or other prenatal mood disorders related to pregnancy or birth.The class allows mothers share their stories, learn tips and get more information for treating the conditions.To register,call (813) 615-7930.Shiraz Farooq joins HealthPoint HealthPoint Medical Group has added Dr.Shiraz Farooq to its surgical team. Farooq's clinical interests include open, laparoscopic and robotic colon and rectal surgery.His practice is located at 4211 Van Dyke Road in the St.Joseph's Hospital-North physician office building in Lutz.The office can be reached at (813) 264-6490.Recovery programFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills hosts a 12step recovery program for anyone suffering from eating disorders from 7-8:30 p.m. Wednesdays.No dues,no fees,no weigh-ins. The program is in the American Room at 7050 Gall Blvd.For information,call (443) 834-8621.HEALTH & WELLNESS Shiraz Farooq

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Please include daytime phone number.Opinions expressed by the writers are their own and do not reflect the opinion of the publisher.ERRORS: Publisher is not responsible for errors in advertising beyond the cost of space for the first insertion, or for the validity of claims made by advertisers.MEMBER: Central Pasco Chamber, Wesley ChapelChamber, Zephyrhills Chamber, Dade City Chamber, Florida Press Association, Free Community Newspapers of Florida, Southeast Advertising Publishers Association, Association of Free Community Papers.Entire contents copyright © 2010 Community News Publications. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden in any media withou t prior written permission from the publisher. LAND O'LAKES,LUTZ,ODESSA,DADE CITY,ZEPHYRHILLS,WESLEY CHAPELServing Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 LOCATION 1930 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Suite 14 / Lutz,FL 33549 MAIL P . 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Remember,this was my cheat meal,and having one once in a while lets you have a sense of freedom from an otherwise rigid and legalistic diet routine.It is recommended to let go occasionally and have something that is not healthiest so that you do not end up dreading your program and leaving it. I went to Olive Garden with my 14-yearold niece.We chose the Limoncello Chicken Scaloppini and I must say,it is now my favorite cheat meal.It was delicious,although rather rich for my taste.It is a chicken dish with cream sauce Ñ normally a no-no with cheese-stuffed ravioli (oh my) and mushrooms.Now,if I had eaten the whole thing in one sitting,I would have consumed 1,280 calories (2,100 calories for the full meal,with one breadstick and a salad Ð yikes)! But,here are the things that we did to cut the calorie explosion into half for each of us: 1. We had a salad to start off the meal and get us fuller faster to stop us from eating too much of the main entrŽe. Remember,dressings can be very fatteningso request to have the dressing on the side instead of being drizzled onto the salad.I messed this one up.I saw on their website they even have the low-fat version of dressing. 2. We ordered the Chicken Scaloppini to split between us. 3. We added healthier stuff like asparagus and mushrooms to thicken up the meal. 4. We only had one breadstick each.Even the 14-year old saw to it that I stuck to the standard,a great teaching from her mother.I honestly can no longer enjoy white bread these days since I got used to whole wheat. Now,white bread just tastes too "pasty." 5. We actually took some of it home;it was so rich,we couldn't even finish half the order.So that is my so-called cheat meal.The funny thing is that all these healthy eating habits I teach you have been so ingrained in me that I don't even really cheat when I cheat! The old me would have eaten the whole meal plus dessert to the tune of 3,100 calories. Phew,thank God I am not like that anymore. HEALTHY ORDERINGWhen dieting,it's OK to cheat É sometimesEditor's Note: Eating out is a staple of American life, but it is also one reason why we are heavier than ever before. The challenge is to determine the calorie and fat content of menu items and make healthy choices. Samantha Taylor offers her tips on how you can make responsible choices while dining out. The Limoncello Chicken Scaloppini from Olive Garden. Samantha Taylor is a weight loss expert,personal trainer and owner of Pure Health Studios in Lutz.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS January 12,2011 8 KUDOS AND MILESTONES SPLASH! GRANT WINNERSNumerous teachers from Pasco and Hillsborough counties in The Laker/Lutz News coverage areas were among the 206 Splash! Grants awarded in a 16-county region by the Southwest Florida Water Management District. The winning teachers from local schools and the amount of their grants are: Gloria Mouw,Centennial Middle School, $991 Michele Shumate,Charles S.Rushe Middle School,$1,766 Karen Stewart,Charles S.Rushe Middle School,$3,220 Dennise Ondina,Countryside Montessori Charter School,$3,076 Kathryn Byksma,Dr.John Long Middle School,$2,470 J.D.Durham,Moore Mickens Education Center,$987 Sarah Bordner,New River Elementary,$200 Monica Dinwiddie,New River Elementary, $396 Amy Casey,Oakstead Elementary,$600 Lee Ogden,Pasco High School,$3,997 Jennifer Asaro,West Zephyrhills Elementary School,$1,311 In Hillsborough County,seven public schools in our coverage area received Splash! grants.They are: Gale Crowe,Freedom High School,$3,523 Jennifer Fritz,Gaither High School,$2,000 Judy Charlton,Hillsborough High School, $3,765 Cheryl Pahl,Hunter's Green Elementary School,$2,046 Jim McGinity,Learning Gate Community School,$2,406 Anthony Leotta,Sickles High School,$3,959 Charles Rocca,Steinbrenner High School, $4,995SUNLAKE HIGH GETS A "B"Sunlake High School received a B when the state released its grades for public high schools.We goofed and left Sunlake off the list of local high school grades we published last month.(Sorry! We know,we know,the state would have given us an F).COCA-COLA SCHOLAR SEMI-FINALISTStephanie St.John,a student at Carrollwood Day School,is a semifinalist in the 2011 class of Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation. When it completes the 2011 selection,the foundation will have awarded a total of more than 4,700 young scholars across the nation,with more than $44 million in scholarships. The foundation,which has been awarding scholarships for a quarter-century,received nearly 71,000 applications this year.Of those,2,100 high school seniors are in the running for the scholarships which will total more than $3 million.CONTESTS ACT is still accepting entries for its annual high school student design contest for high school students who plan to apply for 2011 or 2012 college admission to a two-year or four-year educational institution in the United States. Contest winners will be selected based on creativity,visual appeal and overall impact. The winning entry will be used to publicize the 2011-2012 ACT test dates and will be distributed nationwide to high schools. The top prize will be a $5,000 college scholarship.Prizes for second and third place will be $2,500 and $1,000, respectively.The contest deadline is Jan.31. For entry forms and more information go to actstudent.org/postercontestUPCOMING EVENTS Bishop McLaughlin High School,13651 Hays Road in Spring Hill,is having an open house from 6:30-8 p.m.on Feb.23 for families of sixthto eighth-grade students. The school is in Spring Hill.For more information call (727) 857-2600.HELPING OTHERS WIREGRASS ABC BRIGHTENS HOLIDAYSWiregrass Ranch High School's families, clubs and Parent Teacher Student Association helped with the school's Assist, Believe,Care (ABC) program to help less fortunate families to have memorable Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays during the past holiday season. 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1-888-206-0054 or go to www. FloridaCancerInstitute-NewHope.comCall today for an immediate appointment and treatment plan. Youdeservethe latest treatment optionsIn a community settingƒclose to home. Our patients receive the bene “ t of the most advanced cancer treatments and technologies.At Florida Cancer Institute … New Hope, we participate in clinical trials directly through pharmaceutical companies and our a liation with one of the nations cancer health care networks, US Oncology. If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with cancer we believe that you deserve an immediate consultation from our team of specialists, with treatment beginning in a timely manner. BROOKSVILLE € HUDSON € INVERNESS € NEW PORT RICHEY € SPRING HILL € THE VILLAGES € ZEPHYRHILLS Our physicians and sta have the background, training and experience needed to bring patients in our community the latest in cancer treatment 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS January 12,2011 10 •Enjoy a visit to our Oriental Gardens and Koi pond •A full selection of Bonsai trees, lucky bamboo and accessories •Gift wrapping & cards included •Gift certificates available •Feng Shui and Oriental Gift Shop •Bonsai Accessories •Shipping available anywhere Bonsai, L Bonsai, L ucky B ucky B amboo amboo and O and O r r iental F iental F eng S eng S hui G hui G ift S ift S hop hop5602 Land O' Lakes Blvd. (Hwy. 41) • Land O' Lakes (813) 996-5012www.bonsai-online.com F F R E E G I F T w / $ 5 0 0 P u r c h a s e 2 2 0 0 % %W i t h h t h i s s a dO F F HOMES FOR SALESHORT SALE IN LAND O LAKES-2083 Sq.Ft. 4/2/2 Beautiful Standard Pacific home. All neutral colors with many upgrades in the desirable Asbel Creek. No CDD fees! For more info call Holly Walton 727-631-2068NO NEIGHBORS IN BACK. 1997 double wide on2.3 wooded acres off SR 54 exit from I75. Asking $100,000. Seller will finance. Call Helen Grantham, 813-767-4899 for appt.ONE OWNER3/2 withsolid hard wood floors in living, dining and bedrooms!The family room has real wood paneling.The lush, mature landscaping makes this yard feel like a park!$120,000to buythis home in Lutz, if you hurry!The lot next door isvacant and available if you want more yard!Call Faith Garcia today to make an appointment 813-503-6610 SHORT SALEBeautiful executive Mercedes home. Big enough for the whole family and more! 4/3.5/3 on a cul-de-sac. 3,491 heated SqFt. Tons of extras in this home. You have to see it for yourself! Price reduced to $274,900. Call Angie Rivera 813-995-01012/2/2 IN THE GROVESboasts a library, fitness center, craft room, pool and Jacuzzi, lighted tennis courts, and of course 18-hole golf course $128,500. Call Carol Winship 813-469-1554CHICKENS & GARDEN?Here's the place you can have them. Approx 1 acre, corner lot, pcy fence on 3 sides, a very nice 14x60' 2Br/2Ba mobile, CH/A, scrn proch PLUS a 480 sq ft garage slab & full hookup for RV. Asking $100,000 seller will finance. Call Helen Grantham, 813-767-4899 for more info.SHORT SALEin Wilderness Lake Preserve. 5/3/3 with Media room, Large Master bed and bath. Formal dining and living room, oversized 3 car garage. Perfect family home in a premier guarded community with a clubhouse with many activities to enjoy! $280,000 call Allen Senel 727-492-5023LAKE PADGETT ESTATES3000 heated SqFt. 4/3, 1/2 acre lot with oversized 2 car garage in the humble Lake Padgett Estates. Huge Vaulted Ceilings, access to 3 Ski Lakes & Horse Stables. Cheap! Call now! Cody Adams 909-0712QUIET COTTAGE LIFE,and yet, close to everything! Call for an appointment before this one disappears! Lakefront 3 bedroom, 3 bath split plan home on 2.45 acres on 122 acre King Lake! Solid pine paneling and sliding French pocket doors!Faith Garcia 813-503-6610LOOKING FOR A BIG YARD?Doublewide mobile home on over an acre of land. Great home for outdoor activities.$90,000 Call now to make an appointment! Angie Rivera 813-995-0101CALL TODAY FOR AN APPOINTMENTShort Sale in Connerton! 5 bedroom 4 1/2 baths with 3,287 square feet! The house was built in 2006. Bank approval is needed forthe sale price of $250,000! Faith Garcia 813-503-6610.TEMPLE TERRACEarea, convenient to shopping, restaurants, USF, VA & Lettuce Lake Pk for biking/hiking. 2/2condo. Ceramic tile floors, new baths, new wood kit cabinets, scrnd patio, on pond. Call Helen Grantham, 813-767-4899MOVE IN TODAY!Start enjoying the good life! Golf, tennis, shuffleboard: $94,900! Two-bedroom, two-bath home with glass enclosed Florida room and a single car garage in a community filled with fun! Call Faith Garcia 813-503-6610DUPREE GARDENS LAKEFRONTon King Lake, ready for the ski boat! Boat house, dock, spa, fireplace, and huge oak trees, big long view of lake. Come watch the sunset. Cody Adams 813-909-07123 PLUS ACRESon fishing lake. Great Big Oak Trees! Paved Screened lanai! Tile Roof! Lots of Room to Play! Cody Adams 813-909-0712VACANT PROPERTYERLICH & DALE MABRYThe reserve at Hampton Lake1/4 Acre to 1/2 Acre lots, $189,900 MOL. Gated Tucked away Gem, water & conservation views. 22 lots to choose from, bring your own builder. Cody Adams 813-909-071210 ACRES-old grove joining Connerton Development on Ehren Cutoff asking $299,000. Existing deep well on property. Arnold Godwin 813-690-78432 MOBILE HOME LOTS-sold separately, .38 acres in Land O Lakes and 1.01 acres in Wesley Chapel Clint Geisler 813-326-19362.13 ACRES,Septic tank,well and electricity avail on Site, call me and I will give you everything you need know about these two lots. Faith Garcia 813-503-66102RENTAL PROPERTYLAKE PADGETT ESTATES3-2-2 Large screened porch, ? acre lot 1500 SqFt $1200 Month Call Cody Adams 813-909-0712NICE, INEXPENSIVErental home in Lake Padgett Estates East. 2/1, 1,076 SqFt. Community pool and playground conveniently located right down the road! $800 a month. Call Carol Winship for more info! 813-469-15541 BR APToff Livingston Ave just inside Pasco County. For rent $700 per month. Ask for Helen Grantham. 813-767-4899Stagecoach4/3, 2400 heated Sq.Ft. Granite, tile, conservation, 1450/month. Super super nice rental! Call Cody Adams 813-909-0712RENT TODAY!Lake Padgett Estates 3/2, 1,800 heated SqFt. Nice family home with Fire place, inside laundry, large back porch, Huge oak trees, Oversized dock on canal to 100 acre Ski Lake. Bring boat and horses. Move in ready $1300 a month Call Cody Adams 813-909-0712 COMMERCIAL SALE/LEASEPROMINENT COMMERICAL CORNER-Great business opportunity New Port Richey $2600 per month net, or $385,000 Cody Adams 813-909Russell Adams Realty,Inc.2502 Land O'Lakes Blvd.Corner of Carson Rd.& US 41949-3603 • www.russelladamsrealty.com"Short Sale Workout Resource" SAVE $50.00 Take $10 off the first 5 visitsWhen you sign up for regular weekly or bi-weekly service.Expires 2-28-11. Call for details! ! "#"$ ! % & ' () () () *+ ! * ,) *$ " ' %.&).&%. %.%/ 0 ! , * & / 1 ,0 * 0$ !" # " # " # $ " "% ! " &% ' %%( ' #$%& + 2 34556 +. ' ( ) * + ,-*./) 7# + ' 00*1-(*,( . 8 5$ 2"22" "6 2/'29+33:; T h e e m o r e e y o u u r e a d , t h e e m o r e e y o u ' l l l k n o w . K e e p p u p p t o o d a t e e w i t h y o u r r l o c a l l n e w s p a p e r ! 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The Miss Zephyrhills Scholarship Pageant sponsored b y The Daybreak Rotary Club of Zephyrhillswill b e held saturday, january 22, 2011 at the zephyrhills high school auditorium For more information please contactTheresa Sommers at 813.788.3369 or theresa@tsommers.com or Verona Bowen at 813.469.0998 or Gary Hatrick at 813.312.7119 7 TITLES FOR AGES NEWBORN 21 All Dinners Homemade N.Y. Style Pizza Homemade Cheesecake Spaghetti & MeatballsItalian American Restaurant Fine Italian Cuisine37502 SR 54 West Zephyrhills782-2856 Voted best of Pasco in Casual Dining, Fine Dining, Kid Friendly and Best Kept Secret! Come try some of our new lunch and dinner specials:LUNCH: Tues & Thurs: Chicken Philly with Fries $7.25 Thurs & Fri: Italian Beef with Fries $7.25 All Week: Cuban Sandwich with Fries $7.25 14Ž Cuban Pizza $12.00 DINNER: Tuesday: Rigatoni Pomodoro $9.50 Thursday: Pork Osso Bucco with a Parmesan & Romano Cheese Risotto $11.95 Friday: Lobster Ravioli with a lobster tomato cream sauce $12.95 Saturday: Seafood Cannelloni $12.95All dinner specials come with soup or salad and garlic bread.Still serving our old specials as well!www.piccolaitaliarestaurant.com JOIN THE CLUB REAGAN CLUB MEETSThe first meeting of 2011 of the Reagan Club will be at 6 p.m. Jan. 12 at the Dade City Beef O’ Bradys. Guest speaker is former Secretary of State Kurt Browning. A calendar of events for the next six months will be available.WOMEN BUILD MEETINGHabitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco will host a Women Build meeting at 6 p.m. Jan. 13 at the Dade City Business Center, 15000 Citrus Country Drive. Learn more about Women Build and how to be on a committee. For information, call (352) 567-1444 or visit www.habitatpasco.org.NEW TAMPA ROTARYThe New Tampa Rotary Club will host guest speaker Bill Patti, Your Voice Professor, Jan. 14. Learn to improve your professional or personal entertainment speaking skills. The Rotary meets 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.GARDEN CLUB TALKS ROSES The Garden Gate Circle of Zephyrhills will meet at 9 a.m. Jan. 20 at 36739 SR 54 W. Refreshments will be served followed by a program presented by Mark Prue on caring for roses. The meeting will begin around 10 a.m. Visitors and prospective club members are welcome. For information, call Liz Geiger at (813) 782-2681. PAGEANTS MISS ZEPHYRHILLSThe Daybreak Rotary Club of Zephyrhills is sponsoring the Miss Zephyrhills Scholarship Pageant Jan. 22. There are seven titles for ages up to 21. The pageant is at the Zephyrhills High auditorium. For information, call Theresa Sommers at (813) 788-3369 or Verona Bowen at (813) 4690998. MISS PASCO COUNTYThe Miss Pasco County Pageant is at 7 p.m. Feb. 26 in conjunction with the Pasco County Fair. Pageant is for women ages 17 through 24 living in Pasco County, as well as the surrounding five counties. Deadline to apply is Jan. 15. For a complete list of rules and applications, visit www.pascocountyfair.com or call (352) 567-6678.MISS HEART OF FLORIDAThe Miss Heart of Florida Pageant is Feb. 25 in conjunction with the Pasco County Fair. Pageant is for girls ages 6 through 17 who have lived in Pasco County for six months prior to date of event. Five age categories. Deadline to enter is Jan. 30. For entry forms and rules and regulations, visit www.pascocountyfair.com or call (352) 567-6678. FOR YOUR HEALTH EAT RIGHT/MOVE RIGHTPasco Regional Medical Center, 13100 Fort King Road in Dade City, will host nutrition and gentle movement classes for seniors and caregivers at 10:30 a.m. every Tuesday. Classes are free. No prior registration required. Each week spotlights ways to make healthy meal choices and simple ways to put more energy in your days. To RSVP, call (727) 643-7159. LEND A HAND CHARITY AUCTIONCentennial Aerie & Auxiliary past president will host a charity auction at 6 p.m. Jan. 15. The Aerie home is located at 15924 US 301 N in Dade City. For information, call (352) 567-9755.ROAD TO SUCCESSThe Tampa Bay Buccaneers are accepting nominations for its Road to Success program that will provide one underprivileged individual with the keys to a new car. Nominate a friend, coworker or family member who can benefit from a new vehicle. Nominee must be 18 or older. Applications must be received by 5 p.m. Jan. 31. For complete details, visit www.buccaneers.com. PETS AND KIDS RABBIT AND CAVY SHOWThe Youth Rabbit and Cavy Show is Feb. 2127 at the Pasco County Fairgrounds on SR 52 in Dade City. The show is open to youth in grades kindergarten through 12th. Enter up to three rabbits or one cavy. Deadline to enter is Jan. 15. For rules, regulations and applications, visit www.pascocountyfair.com.K-9 TRAININGHighland Canine Training, LLC will offer a new kids and K-9 training program to dog owners. Classes include basic obedience commands and interactive games to teach both children and dogs. The program is open to kids and dogs of every age. The next class is 9 a.m. Jan. 15. For locations or to sign up, call Highland Canine Training at (813) 300-4160 or visit www.dogtrainingtampafl.com. FOOD FOR THOUGHT CHOCOLATE FESTIVALMOSI will host The Festival of Chocolate Jan. 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. GET CRAFTY GREETING CARD CLASSESCARES Zephyrhills Senior/Community Center will have greeting card classes at Bentley Commons from 9:30-11:30 a.m. every Thursday. Make three cards a week. Bring scissors and adhesives. The cost of the class is $10, a portion of which benefits CARES. Class size is limited. Bentley Commons is located at 38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills. To register, call (352) 206-0277 or (352) 521-5061. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT RICHARD STEFANSKI PERFORMSBentley Commons at Zephyrhills will host a performance by keyboardist Richard Stefanski at 3:30 p.m. Jan. 14. Originally from Poland, Stefanski is a variety performer of light classical, pop, country, jazz and international favorites. Bentley Commons is located at 38130 Pretty Pond Road. For information, call (813) 779-4501.

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FIRST PRESBYTERIANFirst Presbyterian Church of Zephyrhills, 5510 19th St.,hosts worship services at 10 a.m.each Sunday. Sunday school for adults is at 8:30 a.m. and children are dismissed for their classes during the 10 a.m.worship.Coffee fellowship follows worship. Basic Youth meets at 5 p.m.each Wednesday and is followed by the choir practice and Bible study is at 7 p.m. The FRESH youth group meets at 5:00 p.m.on Wednesdays. First Saturday at First Church meets at 6 p.m.the first Saturday of each month in the Fellowship Hall. "Walkers"meet in Zephyr Park at the bandstand at 7:30 a.m.Thursday and Saturday and 7 p.m.Friday. For more information,visit www.firstpcz.org.FIRST CHRISTIANFirst Christian Church (Disciples of Christ),6040 Eighth St.in Zephyrhills,will have a worship service at 9:30 a.m.Jan.16. The Rev.Paul Holland will bring the message. Children's church is also at 9:30 a.m. Youth group meets from 6-7:30 p.m. every Wednesdays. For more information,visit www.zhillsfirstchristian.org.CALVARY BAPTISTCalvary Baptist Church,4724 Fox Ridge Blvd.in Wesley Chapel. Sunday school starts at 9:30 a.m. Church services at 10:30 a.m.every Sunday. For more information or a ride,call pastor John Reichard at (813) 300-7693.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS January 12,2011 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 KoKo is nine years oldKoKo is a schnoodle who spends his days in the office at Jim's RV Park on SR 54 in Zephyrhills supervising his owners Dan and Donna Hannah. He was found as a puppy and has been with them ever since. KoKo loves greeting and meeting new campers as they come in to register. He also loves the monthly visits of the seasonal residents. KoKo is a special guy and takes his job very seriously. FAITH & WORSHIP Luggage Love receives donationsZephyrhills'Neighborhood Care Center made a generous donation of over 50 assorted suitcases, duffle bags, backpacks and totes to Luggage Love for Foster Friends. "The support from the community has been pleasantly overwhelming," says Luggage Love's founder, Ms. Pasco County, M.J. Price."Everyone is pitching in to help the foster children Ñ from young people in scouting troops to adults in women's groups and networking teams, individuals, families, senior citizens'hobby clubs, and community support organizations.It is absolutely wonderful!" Pictured on left is Faye Six of Zephyrhills'Neighborhood Care Center and M.J. Price of Luggage Love for Foster Friends. (Photo courtesy of Brad Chabre) The LAKER/ Lutz NEWSPh: 813.909.2800  Fax: 813.909.2802 1930 Land O’Lakes Blvd.  Lutz, FL33549Whether it's business, politics, area happenings or sports, you can count on us for all the latest local news. ALL DOGS  ALL BREEDS ANY AGE  ANY TEMPERAMENTSpecializing In Private Training in Your Home Board &Train FREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480  www.FL-K9.com Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special and include a photo with names on the back and mail to:Pet of the W eek , P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548 E-mail: kwelton@cnewspubs.com ATTN: Pet of the Week • Veterinarians • Grooming • Breeding • Training • Supplies • Pet Sitters • Pets 4 Sale PET STATION PETof theWEEK NO HIDDEN FEES FOR MEDICATIONS OR TRIPS TO OUR PLAYYARDS, ONE PRICE DOES ITALL!Mention this ad for 10% off 1st stay or groom.Serving LOL & surrounding areas since 2001 (813) 995-9896"Where Every Pet is Treated Like Royalty"

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS January 12,2011 13 Four other areas earmarked for CRA improvements are Hercules Park area extending north from the hub area,Shepard Park area extending south from the hub, Zephyr Park area extending west from the hub and the Historic area extending mostly east from the hub. "Look at vacant areas that can be of better use,"Black continued."Maybe new facades without tearing down existing buildings."Other ideas were discussed with the Rotary group:like improvements in the Zephyr Plaza (ABC Pizza) area,revitalizing the theatre on Fifth Avenue,possible outdoor dining and changing the look of the Tires Plus area at 301 and Fifth Avenue. Any improvements in the proposed plans do not include residential areas and are restricted to the downtown corridor,not the whole city.FUTURE,from page 1Now,when he and Denherder repair clocks Ñ at the shop or during house calls, he enjoys trying to figure out what's wrong and how to fix it. Each job is a little different,taking various amounts of time to complete. "When you're out working in the field, there's a million different kinds of clocks," Denherder said. Dirkes said took intensive training in Ft. Lauderdale and Cincinnati to gain technical skills needed to attack all sorts of problems. But he also has the benefit of working alongside his grandfather who has built up a vast store of knowledge through decades of experience. Some clock repairs can be made quickly and simply.Others require a fair bit of sleuthing to figure out exactly what's wrongTRADITION,from page 1Moving boundaries in one direction may please some parents,but may displease others,she said.The board's final vote will likely leave some parents "intensely satisfied" while leavings others "intensely displeased."The proposed boundaries,recommended by a committee of district staff and administrators,school principals and parents, received unanimous first-round approval by the school board on Dec.21.The school board is set to take its second and final vote at its 6 p.m.meeting on Jan.18.Besides relieving overcrowded conditions,the shifts seek to better balance outBOUNDARIES,from page 1 Cash for CoinsHAVE ACOIN COLLECTION YOU WANTTO SELL?Fair prices paid for pre 1964 Gold & Silver U.S. CoinsLARGE OR SMALL COLLECTIONSCall Charlie Proctor813-780-18585529 8th Street, Zephyrhills20 years in the same locationGold & Silver at an All Time High! 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Weight Loss ClinicPhysician Monitored Program Affordable Prices and Proven Results• Physicals/EKG/Labs/Body Composition Analysis • MIC injections/Appetite suppressants/VitaminsReg. $200.00 • Follow up visits $45.00First visit includes:In another question-and-answer session at City Hall where about 50 community members gathered,Marty Black summarized the CRA plan and mission again.Roughly three-fourths of the group were tennis players concerned with the improvement or possible status of the tennis courts at Zephyr Park off SR 54.Consensus in the crowd was that there were not enough courts in the city;there needs to be about two times as many more courts with some possibly being at another location. Information was gathered about the current courts'conditions,which are deemed poor because of,noise and dirt from SR 54 traffic,damage caused by vandalism,the courts being too close to each other and bad design of the parking lot.All solutions,ideas and recommendations presented by the members of the public were gathered and written down by Kelley Klepper,one of the consultants from Sarasota.Suggestions from the community were better lighting for the courts,resurfacing with clay or rebuilding and a possible set of tennis courts near the south end of Hercules Park on city owned Tyson property, where trees would not have to be removed.Zephyrhills High tennis player Stephen Belles was at the workshop.He explained that it would be helpful to have more tennis courts at the Tyson property as it would be within walking distance from the high school.Currently,if the girls tennis team is playing on the school's tennis courts,the boys have to travel to the Zephyr Park courts to practice."All ages play tennis at the Zephyr Park location."We need to "get more tennis courts for Zephyrhills;right now there are not enough courts,only five,"Belles explained.It was also suggested that the city consider adding additional activities such as basketball,another skateboard park,a running field,a place for cyclists,baseball,softball,another dog park,a BMX bike park and a snack bar.Discussion and banter continued on each subject.Black from Kimley-Horn explained how Zephyrhills was in a better position for redevelopment than many other cities as they set aside funds for such purposes and do not take out loans.When the city has enough money for a project,they work on it.Other financial factors to consider were that certain community redevelopment funds cannot be spent without a plan in place;and,income the city receives from real estate taxes is projected to decline over the next two years.Klepper from Urban Resource Group,a division of Kimley-Horn,explained that they (the consultants and the city) were about 60 days out from wrapping up planning. enrollments,said Chris Williams,director of planning for Pasco County Schools. In essence,the proposed boundary changes would:Shift students in New River,Ashley Pines and an area near Morris Bridge Road from Wiregrass Ranch High to Wesley Chapel HighReassign students from New River and Ashley Pines from John Long Middle School into Weightman Middle School Shift students living in neighborhoods west of Morris Bridge Road into Stewart Middle School Assign students attending Cox Elementary in Dade City to Pasco Middle and then to find or make a part to repair it. Sometimes it would be much cheaper just to buy a new clock.But many people want to hold onto old clocks for nostalgic or sentimental reasons.They may be a family heirloom or were given to them to mark a special occasion. Sometimes they simply got a good deal and want a showpiece for their homes. Other times they simply like the way the clock ticks or the chimes sound. Unlike some repair services,a clock repair always takes time to verify,Dirkse said. Once the repair has been made,the shop holds onto the clock to let it run for about a week to make sure that it's working properly,he said.They want to make sure that when the customer gets it home they don't need to bring it back. The shop repairs clocks that wind up and clocks that work with weights.Recently it had a clock dating back to 1804. If you're going to get an antique clock, it's a good idea to learn how to wind it properly,Dirkse said.It's important to develop a feel for your clock.If it is a spring-driven clock,it's possible to wind it too tightly and break the spring. It's also important to know how to set the beat. "A clock has to tick-tock evenly in order to stay running.It's not a fixed thing. "If you're going to buy an antique clock, you really should know how to put it in beat,"he said. Clock maintenance is critical,too. "It's a working machine.It needs to be lubricated,"Denherder said,recalling he went to one job and asked the owner when the clock had last been serviced.The owner replied:"I think it was in the '90s." Doing routine maintenance helps avoid expensive repairs,Dirkse said. The two men love talking about clocks and are glad to pass along what they know. They do not offer appraisals,but have roughly a dozen catalogs containing all kinds of clocks.The clock repair industry is declining,as fewer people enter the trade and others die or retire,Denherder said. "Right after Andrew came to work here in September,the only other fellow I knew (who did clock repairs) passed away.I've been getting Dade City calls like crazy." As for Dirkse,he sees himself sticking with it. "I think it's pretty cool,"he said."I like the history of it,I suppose." For more information about the shop's services and hours call (813) 788-7400. and Pasco High schools,instead of Weightman Middle and Wesley Chapel High. Wiregrass Ranch High,at 2909 Mansfield Blvd.,has 2,132 students,representing 127 percent of the school's permanent capacity. It has 18 portable classrooms. John Long Middle,at 2025 Mansfield Blvd.,has an enrollment of 1,784 students, which represents 134 percent of the school's permanent capacity.It has 23 portable classrooms.The proposal to assign Cox Elementary students to Pasco Middle and Pasco High would keep those students much closer to home for their middle and high school years.The students have been bused out of their community to Wesley Chapel for the past decade to help diversify Weightman Middle and Wesley Chapel High. The committee said that busing is no longer needed because the demographics in Wesley Chapel have changed.In proposing the new boundaries,the committee considered such things as impacts to the district's transportation and special education services,as well as the socioeconomic makeup of the schools,Williams said.It also attempted to avoid splitting neighborhoods and considered such things as school feeder patterns and future growth, Williams said."We try to be as objective as possible," Williams said."We don't want to shift too many kids.We try to disrupt as few as possible."The proposed boundary changes do not affect Zephyrhills High or Centennial Middle.The boundary changes will not affect incoming seniors at Wiregrass Ranch High. It will,however,affect all school choice students who attend a school affected by a boundary change,Williams said. All of those students will have to reapply for the choice assignment,Hurley said.Even incoming seniors at Wiregrass will have to reapply for a choice assignment,she said. The district has less flexibility in choice assignments because of the state's class size limits,Hurley said.

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Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comAfter the 51-30 win against Zephyrhills High Jan.4,first-year Academy at the Lakes coach Karim Nohra congratulated his team as he has following his previous 399 victories. The 20-year coach thinks there is nothing special about winning his 400th game in high school. "I never even thought about (400)," Nohra said."All that's saying is I've coached a long time.As far as I'm concerned it's just a long time of coaching." Nohra,who is a professor at the college of engineering at the University of South Florida,started as a boys junior varsity coach from 1987 to 1990 and then became the girls coach at Tampa Catholic High.He moved to Cambridge Christian High for two years and eventually to Wesley Chapel High the previous two seasons before coming to the academy. "We've had success,but that's not just because of me,"Nohra said."It's the people around me.I have two assistants and I haven't gone anywhere without them." Those assistants are Gene Miranda,who has been with Nohra since he went to Tampa Catholic,while Mackenzie Vidonic played for him at Cambridge and joined his staff after graduating in 2006. "He tries to act like it's no big deal,but it is,"Vidonic said."He's a great coach and this shows it." Nohra guided Wesley Chapel to consecutive regional finals the last two seasons,but was not retained with the team.He did not have to wait too long before another group of Wildcats was knocking at his door. "I've known him for 25 years,"said academy athletic director Tom Haslem."I've followed him the whole way. He's won a ton of games everywhere he went.When I heard he was having to reapply for his job at Wesley Chapel,which to me means you're not going to have your job,we jumped on him." For a coach who won 48 games in two years at Wesley Chapel,the change with coming to the academy was stark.The Wildcats went 0-15 in the 2009-10 season and needed a lot of work to get to the 9-1 mark they are at. "They always fielded a team,but they'd get trounced,"Nohra said."They'd be everyone's senior night because you know it would be a W.I came in and said the mentally has to change.I'm screaming, yelling at them and they're like,holy cow this guy is crazy,but I've changed their perception of what basketball is all about.They don't know how to win and you have to know how to win and prepare to win and no one did that before." Nohra also put them on a weight lifting and running program to get them faster and stronger to run his system. "We press and run,that's my style,"Nohra said."If you're not in shape you can't press and run.I tell them all the time ÔI want the ball.'Go get me the ball and they can't score and we have more opportunities to score.That's the bottom line.Are we good at it yet? No,but if I take it away from you half the time it gives us a better chance to score." His players said Nohra says that at least 20 times each practice,"Go get me the ball." He demands perfection in every drill,asking players where they should be at any point and why. "He's just a great coach,"said forward Andrea Mauger,who played for Nohra at Wesley Chapel last season."He worked me hard and is going to make me a better player.I want to play college ball and he's a great coach to help be do that.He's very intense, but he's awesome.He definitely knows what he's talking about,but if you don't do your job you're going to hear it." In practice,Nohra also does not miss an opportunity to remind them where they were one year ago. "Lazy gets us 0-15,"Nohra yelled during a recent practice. Sophomore forward Christina Stark was a part of that Wildcats team last year that went winless. "It's been a whole different program this year,"Stark said."He takes practice as serious as games." Junior center/forward Alexis Holler also suffered through that 0-15 season. "It's a lot faster paced all the time,"Holler said."We get a lot more done in practice and it's working.É My goal is to win the first district championship for girls basketball this season.I think we have a chance." Only one team has a district title at the academy,the girls golf team this school year. The basketball program reached the district finals in 2007. In the milestone win Nohra's press defense forced 25 steals,with Mauger leading the way with nine and also adding a teamhigh 20 points.Guard Marjorie Rivera added eight steals,17 points and five rebounds and five assists. Many of Nohra's former players,including the entire Wesley Chapel team,watched the 20-year veteran record No.400.Nohra acknowledged the achievement,but would give them all up for a championship run. "If anybody wants to trade,I'll trade my 400 for seven in February,"Nohra said. "That's really what I'd like to do.É Seven wins in February means we just won the state title." The academy had a game against Lakeside Christian Jan.10,but results were not available by press time.The squad next plays at the Academy of the Holy Names Jan. 18 at 6 p.m.Karim Nohra joins 400 club Academy at the Lakes girls basketball coach Karim Nohra talks with his team during a timeout in the Wildcats win over Zephyrhills. (Photos by Glenn Gefers www.Photosby3g.com) Andrea Mauger had a team-high 20 points and nine steals in the Wildcats victory. Marjorie Rivera came up with 17 points and eight steals in the Academy at the Lakes win against Zephyrhills. It took a little longer than he wanted,but Dustin Rowe and the Zephyrhills High boys basketball team recorded their first win of the season by defeating Academy at the Lakes 53-29 Jan.4. "It's exciting for me,but it's more exciting for the kids,"Rowe said."We've always said we want to play our best come district tournament time and they're starting to gel together now. They understand their roles better and are more used to playing with each other." Senior Dustin Gay was the Bulldogs leading scorer, pouring in 19 points while adding five steals,five rebounds and one block.Rowe said Gay is one of the hardest workers on the team with a great attitude in every practice and is also a very good student. Rowe was named the new Bulldogs leader after Alan Reed retired from the job early this year. Zephyrhills sits at 1-13 following the win and a loss to Crystal River High with the district tournament about one month away. The Bulldogs next play a rematch contest against Crystal River Jan.13 at 7 p.m.at home. -Kyle LoJacono Dustin Rowe yells out instruction to his players during Zephyrhills'victory over Academy at the Lakes. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com) Senior point guard Devin McLeod brings the ball up the court during the Bulldogs 53-29 win Jan. 4.First-year coach gets win No.1813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / WESLEYCHAPEL/ ZEPHYRHILLS January 12,2011 14

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Please call 813.782.5801 for information or appointments.Locations:38056 Daughtery Road, Zephyrhills, FL 13933 17th Street, Dade City, FL 2106 Ashley Circle, Wesley Chapel, FL Congraulaion Vijay Ferris, MD, FACSFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills 2011-2012 Chief of Sta SPORTS Link between coaches Castelamare and NohraBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comIt seems John Castelamare and Karim Nohra really like Wildcats. Both coached at Wesley Chapel High for the 2009-10 school year,Castelamare for football and Nohra for girls basketball.The similarities do not stop there as the two both took over the same position at Academy at the Lakes this season. Nohra,a professor at the University of South Florida,led the Wesley Chapel girls basketball program the last two years,guiding the squad to back-to-back regional finals appearances.However,Carin Nettles became the school's principal for the 2009-10 school year and put a new emphasis on coaches being teachers at Wesley Chapel. He was not retained. Castelamare,a physical education teacher,started the Wesley Chapel football program when the school opened in 1999. He was forced to retire before last year, which was his fifth in the deferred retirement option program.The academy was waiting with open arms to welcome the two veteran coaches. "What we're trying to do is get the best coaches we can find,"said academy athletic director Tom Haslem."We have coach John Castelamare for football,coach Nohra for basketball.We're a small school and those guys have a lot to offer to our programs.As an AD it's a no brainer for me." Nohra and Castelamare both express thanks to Haslem for giving them an opportunity to coach at the academy. Castelamare coached for 38 years in Pasco County public schools,working with Ridgewood High's program before Wesley Chapel.During that time he compiled a 108126 record,63-50 at Wesley Chapel including two 10-0 regular seasons and three district championships. Coming to the academy Castelamare had to get used to coaching six-man football. "The rules are very different and it took some time to get them all down,but in the end it's still football"Castelamare said."A lot of the players didn't really know anything about football and we had to teach them drills I'd used at Wesley Chapel for years." The academy went 6-5 and reached the playoffs in Castelamare's first season,but he has more than just winning on his to-do list. "The goal is to get the program to 11man football,"Castelamare said."We'd need at least 25 good football players to do that. Just 25 bodies isn't enough.We need football players.I think the excitement in football is up here at the academy and I hope our numbers will be up next season." There were about 15 players on the academy football roster last year.The program moved up to 11-man football for one season in 2007 and went 1-9. Nohra did not have to worry about new rules when he came to the academy,but he did have to work on many of the basics with his new squad as Castelamare did. "The first thing I saw is they needed directions as far as skill work,"Nohra said."I immediately made them start doing some weight lifting and running,and that scared quite a few of the girls away.They've never been asked to do a lot other than let's roll out the balls,put on the uniform and go play.Now I'm demanding more of their time and effort.It's a really big culture change." One player who wasn't scared off is sophomore Andrea Mauger,who played for Nohra at Wesley Chapel last year and transferred to the academy.She said she enjoys playing with Nohra's high-tempo style. "He runs the same system no matter where he's at and I like what he runs," Mauger said."It stops a lot of people and the pressure is just so high that it confuses people.You have a job and if you do it right everything is fine,but if one person doesn't it just falls apart.Coach breaks down everyone's job and gets you to understand what to do and why you have to do it that way." Last year the academy girls basketball program went 0-15,but have turned that around fast for 9-1 start including Nohra's 400th win as a high school coach. "We have coaches who are really good at turning programs around and both teams are flat out working harder than they did last year"Haslem said."They have everyone at the school talking about athletics here and I'm hoping for many more years with them leading the programs." Coaches leave one Wildcats program for anotherJohn Castelamare speaks to his Academy at the Lakes team at the end of practice last season. (File photo) Academy at the Lakes girls basketball coach Karim Nohra was the leader at Wesley Chapel the previous two years. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)

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"All the best teams in the state are right here in our region,"Beson said."It's good to know your opponents.Even if you don't wrestle them,just to be able to see them. Other than that,you want to go against the best to get better.It's hard to grow as a wrestler if you don't have challenges. Competition will make you better." The Bulldogs compete in Class 2A, District 8,and sent seven athletes to regionals and one to the state meet last year with a team of 15.Unfortunately for the east Pasco County squad,the eventual overall top three teams Ñ Oviedo,Springstead and Lake Gibson high schools in descending order Ñ all are in the same region as Zephyrhills. "We're really starting to see the improvement from the start of workouts,"Beson said."We've got 27 kids on the roster.About half of the guys are new to the team and most of those kids started working earlier because they weren't playing fall sports. They started to get a feel for it and how tough it can be to wrestle,and then the older guys started coming in from the fall sports.Having those experienced wrestlers around helped reinforce how to do things."One of those leaders who is now focused on wrestling is senior Duke Morrison,who played tight end and on the defensive line for the football team.Morrison has wrestled for three years and was the district champion in the 215-pounds class last season."There's a different intensity with football that I don't think these younger guys had or saw yet,"Morrison said."In football you really get into it,so I don't think the younger guys saw anything like that.We came in and took things a little more seriously.They see what hitting it hard can do." Morrison does not hold back when talking about his individual goals for his final campaign."I want to place in top six in states,"said Morrison."É I've never been to states before.I should have been and I don't want to go out my senior year without getting there."Stephen Cottrell is another senior who just finished the football season.He played both the offensive and defensive lines and competes in the heavyweight class. "Wrestling and football are really different,"Cottrell said."In football everything you do is for the team,but in wrestling you're competing in your own matches.In football you can beat the guy you're going against, but you might not win the game.In wrestling,if you're the better one you're probably going to win."You still work with the younger guys and make the whole team better,"Cottrell continued."That's where the team comes from.It's different,but we still feel like a team."Cottrell also said his goal is to reach states this season,as did 125-pound senior Jasper Starnes. "That's the whole goal is get to states and from there anything can happen,"Starnes said.The Bulldogs have seven freshmen,but one is different from the traditional novice to high school wrestling.Brian Matthews,130 pounds,competed for two years in Colorado before moving to Zephyrhills this year."I think I've taken on a little bit of a leadership role because of that,"Matthews said. "Some of the younger guys didn't know basic moves and sometimes it's easier to see a teammate do something." Matthews is only a freshman,but his goal is the same as the Zephyrhills veterans. "The goal is get to states,"Matthews said. "You have to aim for that."Beson has coached wrestling for six years, the last three at Zephyrhills,but this is his first head coaching position.Bulldogs athletic director Bruce Cimorelli has been impressed with the new man leading the squad."Jeff's a very hard worker and doing a very fine job with the team,"Cimorelli said. Beson was flattered by Cimorelli's praise, but said any success is because of the team's hard work. "That's the key for us,"Beson said."We have to come in and work every day.If you do that every day you're going to see improvement.I expect us to bring at least seven to regionals this year and we should have about three guys make states.I'll be disappointed if we don't because we have the talent and work ethic to." Zephyrhills last won an overall district championship in 2003 when the squad went 20-5 and finished third in the state.The Bulldogs also won district titles in 1997 and 1998.Bulldogs wrestling ranks swell with new leadership From left are Bulldogs seniors Jasper Starnes, Duke Morrison and Stephen Cottrell. All three have a chance to reach states and will be key leaders on an inexperienced but large Zephyrhills squad.

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Gators principal Ric Mellin confirmed the two will not have their positions renewed,but will both remain as teachers. Kitchie is a physical education teacher, while Cook is the exceptional student education department head.Neither coaches any other sport at Land O'Lakes. Mellin said both teachers received a letter from Pasco County Superintendent Heather Fiorentino Dec.22,the day before schools let out for the winter break. "There was a decision made that went against what's outlined in our code of conduct,"Mellin said. Fiorentino said the discipline was under her direction. Both coaches,as well as defensive coordinator Jason Hatcher,were indefinitely suspended after an off the field incident involving an unnamed student in November. The three coaches missed the Gators'last regular season game against Hudson High,a 42-10 win,and their first-round playoff loss to eventual state champion Jefferson High. Also absent from both those last two contests was senior quarterback Stephen Weatherford.Offensive line coach Pat Corcoran took over the football team and junior Ryan Bird was the quarterback to end the year. Hatcher was not a teacher,but a permanent substitute at Land O'Lakes.He was told he would no longer be working at the school in December. Mellin said the football position is being advertised this week,but is not tied to any teaching opening.He hopes to have a new coach in place before the start of spring practice,which begins in May. "We want to give the new coach time to select the assistants,"Mellin said."Continuity is very important for high school athletics, but I'm sure the next coach will want to have some say in the staff." As for cheerleading,the sport is very much in season.The Gators competed in the regional tournament Jan.8,but results were not available by press time.Junior varsity coach Andrea Burkhart has been the acting varsity coach since Cook's suspension. "I commend both Pat and Andrea for stepping in under difficult circumstances," Mellin said."I know it wasn't easy for them." Mellin said the cheerleading position, which is also not tied to a teaching job,will be advertised after the season.Cook did not comment on the decision,but Mellin said she has been the cheerleading coach for the last several years except for the 2009-10 season when she resigned for personal reasons.She reapplied after the position opened again the next year.Kitchie became the football coach for the 2009-10 school year,coming from Saint Stephen's Episcopal High.He took over for John Benedetto,who coached the Gators for 32 seasons.Land O'Lakes went 17-3 under Kitchie,including two playoff appearances as the Class 3A,District 7 runner-up."I loved coaching this program,but at least the kids have closure now instead of wondering what's happening,"Kitchie said. "I'm not worried about me though.I'll get another coaching position.I've still got my teaching job here at Land O'Lakes and I'll do the best job I can." Mellin said he does not regret bringing Kitchie to the school. "I selected him as coach and I'm proud of his accomplishments here and still consider him a friend,"Mellin said."I wish him the best of luck.It just didn't work out here." There are currently three high school head football positions opened in Pasco and north Hillsborough counties,including the head job at Mitchell,River Ridge and Gaither.Kitchie has applied for the Gaither position,which was vacated when nine-year Cowboys coach Mark Kantor stepped down in December.District fires two Land O' Lakes coaches Former Land O'Lakes football coach Matt Kitchie speaking to his team after a practice before last season. Kitchie and cheerleading coach Celisa Cook will not return to those positions next year. (Files photo)

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