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FEBRUARY 9, 2011






r The AIR


Zephyrhills/Dade City Edition



Celtic Festival announces last minute move to Dade City


By Tammy Sue Struble
tstruble@cnewspubs.com

Issues with fencing at the Zephyr Park lo-
cation of the annual Celtic Festival in
Zephyrhills prompted a quick move to Dade
City's Pioneer Village location.
According to Celtic Festival organizers,
the temporary, orange, plastic fencing used
at previous Celtic Festivals at Zephyr Park in


Zephyrhills was not sufficient. The event
had problems with the fencing in that many
people got into the event without paying.
After checking into other types of fencing
possibilities for the Zephyr Park venue, the
cost of renting other types of fencing was
expensive.
"Apparently ... with cutbacks, (the City
of) Zephyrhills couldn't do it this year and
we couldn't do it either.We had to find a


place that was fenced in," explainedAnnette
Kama, Celtic FestivalVendor Chair and gen-
eral information contact.
Event organizer Steve Serneels stated
that, "we almost didn't make enough last
year because of people not paying. The
Pioneer Village location has a very large
parking area and is fenced. It was cancel or
move."
Serneels explained that working with the


City of Zephyrhills in the past was very
good; the staff and park were nice and the
location was good. He also said that working
funds are lower this year - they do not
have some sponsors for the festival that they
had last year.
"It's (Dade City Pioneer Museum) right
down the road," continued Serneels.
"Hopefully we'll get the crowds as in previ-
See FESTIVAL, page 13


Hospital offers faster heart treatment


Florida Hospital Zephyrhills
introduces new method
By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com
Betty Theademan went home less than
two hours after receiving a cardiac catheter
test at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Heart
Institute, something she would not have
been able to do a year ago.
Until about six months ago, the institute
used the traditional catheter method, going
through the groin to check for blockages in
someone's blood vessels.
"It's much easier for the doctor to do it
that way, but it's not as easy on the patient,"
said Dr. Ketul Chauhan, who treated
Theademan."With the old method, patients
had to lay down in a bed for six to eight
hours as still as possible to make sure they
don't bleed.The newer way, they can walk
out much faster."
The newer method is called radial
catheterization and goes in through the
wrist. Theademan, who winters in
Zephyrhills with her husband Pete, had never
been to the hospital for treatment before.
"I'd been having chest pains the last cou-
ple weeks, so I thought I should get
checked out,"Theademan said."They said I
should have a catheter and I was thinking
about how long and uncomfortable it
would be."
Theademan had a traditional catheter
about 10 years ago and was pleased to hear
the new method went through the wrist.
She had the test done on Jan. 24 and said she
was on the road home feeling fine soon
after.
"When I had it done the first time it was
so uncomfortable,"Theademan said."They


Betty Theademan with Dr. Sunil Gupta (left) and Dr. Ketul Chauhan. Theademan received
a cardiac catheter treatment through the wrist from the doctors instead of the traditional
method through the groin. (Photo by Gary Hatrick)


put pressure on the area for six hours and I
stayed overnight.This time they taped the
area tight with some gauze and told me to
take it easy for a couple days. They said
don't lift anything that is more than 10
pounds.Two day later I took the gauze off
and it was like it never happened."
Chauhan said bleeding was always the
main concern with traditional catheteriza-
tions, especially with older people.
"We have an older population here in
Zephyrhills and east Pasco County,"
Chauhan said. "We knew we wanted to
have this treatment because it's not only
safer, but faster and just as effective at find-
ing blockages."
GwenAlonso, the hospital's vice presi-
dent of cardiac services, said offering
treatments like radial catheterization fits
into the overall goal at the facility.
"We thought the new catheterization
would be an upgrade to our care,"Alonso


said. "We already have awards for the speed
of our care and the outcomes of our treat-
ment at the Heart Institute and we'll
continue to bringing the best new tech-
niques and technologies available.The goal
is for our patients to have a great experi-
ence when they come here."
Alonso stressed that not everyone is a
candidate for the new treatment and peo-
ple should discuss the option with their
doctor.
As for Theademan's diagnosis, the
catheter found no significant blockages in
her body. She said her doctors recommend
she live an overall healthy lifestyle with reg-
ular exercise and a good diet to treat the
slight chest pain.
"It's good news,"Theademan said."You
don't want to have to do anything too
major.The catheter was easy and so is the
treatment. I'm very happy with how every-
thing turned out."


Expert predicts slow

rebound for Pasco

County economy
By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com
The recession may be officially over, but
it will take quite some time before the re-
covery begins to be felt locally, a Florida
economist said during a recent Business
Development Week luncheon at the Tampa
Bay Golf & Country Club in SanAntonio.
"We are going to sputter along for the
next year," predicted Chris Jones, president
of Florida Economic Advisors LLC, and an
adjunct professor for the University of South
Florida.
"The days of 4 percent unemployment
and 2 percent inflation may be behind us
for a good long while,"Jones said.
See REBOUND, page 13


Super Sunday for

Zephyrhills native
-Page 16


West Zephyrhills students show love for Zephyr Haven
A group of students from Ms. Garrett's third-grade class at West Zephyrhills Elementary show off their Valentine projects they made for residents at Zephyr Haven facility on Monday,
Feb. 7. From left are Juan Contreras, Sydney Wyatt, Alyssa Evans, Ethan Stanek, Macgrady Fisher and Justin Morales. (Photo by Tammy Sue Struble) More photos, page 3.





AMVETS Post 550 hosts barbecue
SW-


Eddie Shaw, in the chef hat, and Mike Levengood, both of Zephyrhills, help at the Post 550
fundraiser dinner at the AMVETS on Airport Road in Zephyrhills Feb. 5. Shaw is an Army
veteran; Levengood served in the Air Force.


AMVETS Post
550 charter mem-
bers Dottie and
Chuck Miller par-
ticipate in a
fundraiser dinner
Feb. 5. Chuck
drove a tank in the
Army; Dottie
greets everyone
with a hug at the
Zephyrhills post.
(Photos by Tammy
Sue Struble)


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Rick Yankey was surprised on
Saturday, Feb. 5 by a
fundraiser for his
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on Darby Road. Generally,
Yankey provides the rodeo
venue, a family-oriented facili-
ty, for nonprofit organizations.
The tables turned on him
when the volunteers had a
fundraiser for the facility. With
Yankey is volunteer Ricci
Allen of Zephyrhills. (Photos
by Tammy Sue Struble)


Greg and Laura
VanHoose from the
Darby area attend-
ed Smokehouse
Creek Rodeo in
Darby on Saturday,
Feb. 5 for a facility
fundraiser. They
were part of a
fundraiser at the
facility in the past
where money was
raised for the fami-
ly of a cancer
patient.


Daughter Trista Fox
and mom Rhonda
Fox of Darby enjoy
activities at a
fundraiser for
Smokehouse Creek
Rodeo. The Foxes
frequent the rodeo
often. "He does so
much for the com-
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making other people happy about Valentine's Day." (Photos by Tammy Sue Struble)


Destiny Arnold, left, and Jacob Navarro work on their Valentine cards in Mrs. Hammett's third grade
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loved ones lost, and fight back against the disease.
At Relay, teams of people camp out at Zephyrhills High School and take
turns walking or running around the track. Each team is asked to have a
representative on the track at all times during the event. Because cancer
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April 1-2, 2011
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Pregnancy Care fundraiser at Scotland Yards
Wavelengths Hair Design Salon hosted a luncheon and hair show at Scotland Yards Golf
Club on Feb. 5 to support the Zephyrhills Pregnancy Care Center. Christine Carmona
(back row, from left), Norma Rodriguez, Marlene Kraszka, Sissie Gray, Chelsea Madl, Lilly
Reynolds (front row, from left) and Erica Miller from Wavelengths. All pose for a photo with
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sale to raise money for the Pregnancy Care Center of Zephyrhills after hearing of their
needs at a recent Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce mixer. The fundraiser brought in
more than $1,000 in baby items and $450 cash. HHR will have a ribbon cutting at their
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Valentine vows at Pasco Courthouse


This Valentine's Day, couples will be ex-
changing vows on the steps of the Pasco
County Historic Courthouse in Dade City in
a group ceremony performed by Paula S.
O'Neil, Pasco County clerk of the circuit
court and comptroller.
"The tradition of marriage and the histo-
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together among the historic trees and beau-
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This is the third year in a row that the clerk
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Raj Kedar has seen it all in radiology


Tower doctor sees his
profession in military terms

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

During Dr. Raj Kedar's 20 years in radiol-
ogy, he has seen the technology change
radically.
When he started, doctors had to share
one copy of an X-ray of a broken bone, but
today dozens of doctors can see images
from deep within a joint, of a heart pump-
ing blood and the inner functioning of a
brain at the same time.
"I enjoy every day," said Kedar, 49."I can't
imagine doing anything else."
Kedar's passion is evident in how he
speaks of radiology, also known as imaging.
"It's like intelligence for doctors," said
Kedar, medical director of Tower Radiology
Center Wesley Chapel."We're doctor's doc-
tors.We find the enemy in someone's body
and help doctors find the best way to get
rid of it. Nothing can hide with the equip-
ment we have today."
Kedar estimated that 35 percent of the
technology used at Tower today did not
exist when he started two decades ago.
What did exist was primitive by today's stan-
dards.
"A CT (CAT) scan took about five min-
utes back then," Kedar said."Today we can
do it in five seconds."
One of the newest advancements in the
field is physiology imaging, which uses a
sugar solution injected into the patient.The
solution moves through parts the body, such
as the heart, to give doctors a view into how
it is working. Most pictures taken in radiolo-
gy are anatomical, looking at a part of the
body that is not moving like a bone or joint.
Frank Connelly, Tower Radiology chief
operating officer, said new physiology imag-


ing just came online at theWesley Chapel fa-
cility last week.
Kedar said he was taught that medicine
has three important parts - diagnosis, treat-
ment and prevention. He believes radiology
involves all three aspects.
"Diagnosis is what people think of most
when they think of radiology, but it's a big
part of treatment too," Kedar said."We let
doctors and patients see what their treat-
ment is doing for them and we can also
catch little issues before they become a big
problem, so prevention."
Along with the technology now being
used in the industry, new electronic records
have also made treatment much faster. Once
images are loaded at Tower's Wesley Chapel,
North Dale Mabry in Lutz or nine other lo-
cations, a patient's primary doctor can
instantly see the same picture.They can also
listen to Kedar's diagnosis.
"It cuts down on time and makes treat-
ment better," Kedar said."I can get second
opinions from other doctors when making
recommendations."
Tower, which is owned and operated by
doctors, has 32 radiologists within its sys-
tem.They are all specialists within the field,
ranging from heart, women's health or phys-
ical medicine as Kedar is.
"Having specialists allows for better treat-
ment," Connelly said. "It makes it more
efficient when we have people who know
everything about their part of the field."
Tower has had theWesley Chapel facility,
2324 Oak Myrtle Lane,for about two years
and is located less than two miles from the
future Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel on
Bruce B. Downs Boulevard.
The North Dale Mabry facility, 17503 N.
Dale Mabry in Lutz, is slightly newer at
about 1.5 years old and is less than one mile
from St. Joseph's Hospital-North, which
opened a year ago. Kedar said the proximity
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Dr. Raj Kedar (left) and Tower chief operating officer Frank Connelly stand next to the high-
speed CT scanner at the Wesley Chapel facility. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)


picking their locations.
"It was definitely a factor," Kedar said.
"Patients want an imaging center like these
to be close to their hospital for conven-
ience. Also, we believe these areas are
growing and we want to be here for those
people. Once you get a place like this with
all the equipment it's hard to move, so we're
in it for the long haul right where we are."
Additionally, Tower is actively involved


with new clinical research.They were part of
the testing of anAlzheimer's treatment drug
that just came on the market less than a
month ago. Patients who were given the drug
were tested for its effectiveness at Tower.
"It helps us advance the technology and
treatment for everyone," Connelly said.
Each of Tower's locations offers various
imaging options. For a list of procedures at
the sites, visit www.towerdiagnostic.com.


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coming' " All four girls are former performers in Alison Graham's "Showstoppers." White,
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History comes alive Feb. 18-20 in Zephyrhills
The Bivouac & Barracks fifth annual Witness History Come Alive event is scheduled for
Feb. 18- 20 at the Zephyrhills Airport. There will be encampments where participants dis-
play era memorabilia and wear World War II clothing all weekend. The event is free to the
public and is sponsored by the Barracks Military Museum that is run by volunteers in
Zephyrhills. Military vehicles, like the 1941 armored scout car model M3al pictured, will be
on display Feb. 18-20 at the Zephyrhills Airport locations. Event times at the museum at
39450 South Ave. in Zephyrhills are as follows: Friday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
Sunday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
On Saturday, Feb. 19, the AMVETS at 4545 Airport Road is sponsoring a WWII Stars &
Stripes Show from 7-10 p.m. with free admittance. For more information call (813) 788-
5969. (Photo by Tammy Sue Struble)

Weekend event at Lake Zephyr Park will honor troops


Organizers are inviting participants to a
free "We Love Our Troops" event on Sunday,
Feb. 13 from 1-4 p.m. at 4941 4th St. and the
Bandstand at Lake Zephyr Park.
There is no charge to set up a
booth/table/display. Other events include:


* 44-cent yard sale to benefit Postage For Patriots
* Patriotic Dance Performance by students
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* Display of Patriotic Artwork created by
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UPCOMING MEETINGS
PASCO SUPERINTENDENT
TO TACKLE ISSUES
Pasco County Schools Superintendent
Heather Fiorentino will discuss school
boundaries, class sizes and other issues
when she addresses the Pasco Alliance of
CommunityAssociations at 7 p.m.Thursday,
Feb. 10.
All are welcome to the meeting at the
Land O' Lakes Community Center, located at


5401 Land O' Lakes Blvd. (US 41), three
miles north of SR 54.
Fiorentino also will address budget mat-
ters and academic issues. She will take
questions following her presentation.
EDUCATORS TO MEET
The East Pasco Retired Educators
Association will meet at the IHOP
Restaurant, 13100 US 301 in Dade City at 10
a.m. on Thurs., Feb. 17, 2011. Sarah Janey
Ball, District 6 Legislative Representative,


will present the program. All retired school
personnel are welcome. For information,
contact Joyce Snow in Dade City at (352)
567-5050 or Joan Knowles in Zephyrhills at
(813) 7884980.
FUN STUFF AT SCHOOLS
BUCCANEER VISITS ELEMENTARY
Tampa Bay Buccaneer Ernest Graham vis-
itedVeterans Elementary in Wesley Chapel
recently in connection with an award from
The Dairy Council.
Graham met with children in grades
three through five for about 35 minutes in
the school cafeteria and then spent time
with a smaller group of children in the
school's media center.
Students were allowed to wear Tampa
Bay Buccaneer shirts and other gear or to
wear red, white or black.
The Dairy Council provided light refresh-
ments for the group and took photographs,
which it will provide to the school. The
school was being honored for having a great
number of students participating in the
FuelUpToPlay60 program.
SWEETHEART DANCE
The Sand Pine Elementary PTA is hosting
the annual Family Sweetheart Dance on


Friday, Feb. 11 from 7-9 p.m. for Sand Pine
families.
A limited number of tickets went on sale
on Feb. 8. They are $5 each. (Please note:
This is not a drop-off event).
LUTZ ELEMENTARY WALK-A-THON
Lutz Elementary will have its annual PTA
Walk-a-thon on Thursday, Feb. 10.
Students are challenged to walk or run as
many sixth-mile laps as they can to raise
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tailed score report including a side-by-side
comparison of projected test scores.A fol-
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World leaders could learn from this cultural exchange


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

The children in Danielle Bockus'
second-grade class at Double
Branch Elementary arrived at 'r
school 45 minutes early one recent
day to accommodate a live video L-
chat with a classroom they've be-
friended in England.
By coming in before the opening
bell, the Wesley Chapel kids could
link up electronically with the chil-
dren in teacher Jacqui Johnson's
class at Eureka Primary in
Derbyshire before those youngsters
had to go home at the end of the
school day. - -
Finding out about the five-hour Childr
time difference between the two Eleme
schools is just one example of what Primal
the youngsters are learning as they
connect in a program that uses technology
to give a new twist to cultural exchanges.
In previous generations, when kids were
learning about their counterparts in differ-
ent parts of the world they would send
bulky envelopes stuffed with letters, photo-
graphs and news articles.
In this program, the children from both
schools are learning about each other
through blogs, digital photos, videos and live
chats.
They each will be working on videos
that highlight a day in the life at their
schools.They're also using Google Earth to
get to know a bit about each other's geogra-
phy
Each of the children also will help to
write an adventure story about this shared
high-tech connection.
The kids already have written blog posts
to compare their school lunches, chat about
their school days and recount what they
like about their schools.
In one blog post,Abbie L. Batchelor, at
the Eureka Primary writes "at the start of the


en in Danielle Bockus' second-grade class at Do
ntary are engaged in a live video chat with a cla
ry, in Derbyshire, England. (B.C. Manion photo)

day (9 a.m.) we come to school and we
have our register whilst we are writing
some lovely letters.
"After that we like to perform our learn-
ing (I like art the best).
After their luscious lunch, she continues,
"We play on our wicked playground" before
finishing the day with 2 1/2 hours of learn-
ing.
Madison MacDiarmid, at Double Branch,
notes in her blog post that the school has a
big and a little playground.
"I love doing the monkey bars," she
writes. Her favorite part of the playground is
where her friends can spin her.
"Oh! I forgot something, I love playing in
the spider web.You can climb in it.
"This is the best school," the second-grad-
er concludes.
During the live chat, both groups of chil-
dren were shown on a white screen at the
front of Bockus' classroom.
Her students were wearing clothes in all
sorts of styles.The English youngsters were
all wearing red sweaters.


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Primary during the live video cl
tesy of Jacqui Johnson)

puble Branch The kids were curious
.ss at Eureka about each other.
"Are hot dogs a popular
food?" asked Double Branch
second-grader ScottAtkins.
"Yes!" the English class shouted in re-
sponse.
How do you stay active? a student at
Eureka asked.
The kids in Bockus' class said they play
baseball, softball, soccer and football, or to
ride on a skateboard.
Johnson said her class wanted to know if
any children in Bockus' class had visited the
Harry Potter attraction at the Universal
Orlando resort, and she noted:"We're very
jealous."
"The Harry PotterVillage looks just like
the movies," Bockus said.
There were some technical glitches dur-
ing the chat.The sound wasn't loud enough
sometimes and it cut out entirely at others.
The images were often blurry, too.
But none of that seemed to matter to the
kids or their teachers.
A number of guests dropped by
Johnson's class to check out the chat."The
whole school is so excited," the teacher
said.


F At one point, they
talked about their
schools.
t A Eureka Primary
student told the kids at
Double Branch about
N Eureka's Golden
Assembly that happens
every Friday. One gold-
en child is chosen
from each classroom
for achieving an ac-
complishment. That
child gets to wear a
n's class at Eureka special red cap.
hat. (Photo cour- Eureka Primary
also has a vegetable
garden and some
badgers,Johnson reported.
Bockus shared some news about her
school's campus:"About once a year,we'll get
our alligator that will come and try to take a
nap on our lawn.We have lots of snakes."
The project seeks to help youngsters de-
velop a global awareness and to gain a
deeper appreciation for cultural differences,
Bockus said.
It also is helping her students become
better writers and communicators, Bockus
said.
Another bonus: they're improving their
typing and computer skills, she said.
The collaboration is being achieved
through Epals.com.
Bockus registered with the website in
August, seeking a partner classroom for a
project called "The Way We Are."
Bockus said she learned about the elec-
tronic learning platform from Scott Atkins,
assistant principal at Double Branch, who
suggested she give it a try.
He's pleased that she did.
Getting acquainted with other cultures is
key, said Atkins, whose son is in Bockus'
class.
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Dirt Road Kids ride off with rodeo awards


By Tammy Wooten
Special to The Laker

The Combee Rodeo Association of
Lakeland had its 2010 awards banquet on
Sunday, Jan. 31. This is a youth saddle series
that ran from March through November at
theAldine Combee Arena in Lakeland.
Three Lacoochee residents known local-
ly as the "Dirt Road Kids," who train at the
Spunk Sasser Arena, competed.
Dakota Belcher, a 10-year-old who at-
tends Lacoochee Elementary, rode in the Tot
Boys Division. He was presented with buck-
les for Tot Calf Riding Champion,Tot Goat
Tying Champion, Tot Pole Bending
Champion and Tot Barrel Reserve
Champion.
Cheyanne Pinkston, a 12-year-old who at-
tends Academy at the Farm, rode in the
Junior Girls Division. She had a perfect sea-
son, finishing first place for every event and
was presented with buckles as the
Breakaway Roping Champion,Junior Goat
Tying Champion, Junior Pole Bending


Champion and Junior Barrel Champion.
MirandaWooten competes as "Myakka"
in rodeos, a nickname given to her by local
Rodeo announcer, Harold Sasser.
Myakka, a 14-year-old freshman at Pasco
High, competed in the Senior Girls Division.
She was presented with buckles for Senior
Champion Goat Tying, Senior Reserve
Champion Barrels, Senior Reserve
Champion Pole Bending and Reserve
Champion Breakaway Roping.
The highlight of the banquet was the
presentation of the All-Around Champion
Saddles. Dakota Belcher received a roping
saddle as the All Around Tot Champion.
Cheyanne Pinkston was presented a barrel
saddle as the All-Around Junior Champion,
and MyakkaWooten was presented with a
barrel saddle as the All-Around Senior
Champion. In addition, each of them re-
ceived custom C.R.A. bridles, bronc halters,
spur straps, breast collars and a bucket full
of Cowboy Magic horse grooming products.
Rodeos are at the Spunk Sasser's Arena
on the fourth Friday of the month.


Dirt Road Kids with their saddles: Miranda "Myakka" Wooten (from the left), Dakota Belcher
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Dade City Rotary Club promotes literacy


Rotary clubs worldwide place a focus on
increasing literacy. Rotary International
created a Rotary Literacy Month that takes
place during the month of March and
Rotary clubs also aim to conduct many liter-
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which is International Literacy Day.
Dade City Sunrise Literacy Chairperson
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STIR IT UP
COOKING SCHOOL
The Dade City Garden Club will host its
fifth cooking school,"Mallie Kyla's Cafe is
Sweet on Dade City" at 6 p.m. Feb. 10 in the
kitchen of Sonny's Appliances in
Dade City.The guest ,
chef is Larie
DeWitt
Hensley of
Malese
Kyla's Cafe
The menu
celebrates Valentine's
Day pCourse meal is prepared and served to
guests, who will also receive a copy of the
recipes. Seating is limited.Tickets are $45.
For a reservation, call (352) 567-6841.

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Celebrate Valentine's weekend with an
African nightlife adventure at Busch
Gardens Serengeti Night Safari from 6:30-9
p.m. Feb. 12.Visit the Safari Club for
appetizers and beverages before the
excursion; complete the evening with
champagne and dessert. Cost is $60 per
person, plus tax. Park admission is not
required or included. Guests must be 21 or
older. For reservations, call (888) 800-5447.

LOVE IS IN THE AIR
CHOCOLATE LOVERS
Bentley Commons in Zephyrhills will host
its second annual chocolate extravaganza
from 2-3:30 p.m. Feb. 11 at 38130 Pretty
Pond Road. Come taste delicious treats and
sweets. For information, call (813) 779-
4501.

FAMILY FUN
CRACKER COUNTRY
During the Florida State Fair, Cracker
Country will open its gates to fair guests.
Take a stroll back in
time through Florida's .
history. Explore
museum grounds, visit
crafters and trade
demonstrators and
enjoy kettle corn, beef jerky, lemonade and
country music. Entrance to Cracker


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RENEW YOUR VOWS
Bentley Commons in Zephyrhills, 38130 Pre
Road, will host a 'renew your vows' event at
Feb. 14. Music and dancing, roses for the ladi
complimentary wine. Cost is $10 per couple
information, call Larry Munroe at (813) 293-


Country is included in fair admission.

GUIDED HIKE
The Southwest Florida Water Management
District will offer a guided 1.1-mile hike at
the Green Swamp West Tract in Dade City
at 10, 10:30 and 11 a.m. Feb. 12.Wear casual
attire and closed-toe shoes.Water available
at site. Entrance is at 13347 Ranch Road.
Pre-register by calling (800) 423-1476 ext.
4756.

HOMEMADE WORKS
Pasco County youth can enter homemade
and handmade works at the Youth Exhibits
at the annual Pasco County Fair between 1
and 4 p.m. Feb. 18, and 9 a.m.-noon Feb. 19.
Baked goods should be entered on Feb. 19.
Youth through 12th grade are eligible. For a
list of categories, rules and regulations, visit
www.pascocountyfair.com. For
information, call (352) 567-6678.

GOAT SHOW
The Pasco County Fair Open Dairy Goat
Show is Feb. 26 at the fairgrounds, 36722 SR
52 in Dade City.The event is a senior and
junior doe show open to youth and adults.
Entry fee is $7 per goat and must be
postmarked by Feb. 19.A complete list of
rules and regulations and entry forms is
available at www.pascocountyfair.com. For
more information, contact Sharon Sayre at
sasayre@aol.com.

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TROOP SUPPORT
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performances, art displays, bloodmobile,
affordable tax services, a 44-cent yard sale,
hot dogs and more.Admission is free.To
participate or for information, call (813)
782-1500 ext. 104.

EDUCATE YOURSELF
SENIOR SAFETY SEMINAR
TheAreaAgency onAging of Pasco-Pinellas,
Inc. and its SeniorVictimAdvocate Program
will present a senior safety seminar from 1-
3 p.m. Feb. 10 at the Zephyrhills River
Branch Public Library. Guests include Capt.
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BANDS AND BBQ
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay will host Bands,


Brew & BBQ starting Feb. 12 with four
weekends of country and classic rock
artists, dozens of craft and international
beers and barbeque from local restaurants.
AVIP ticket is $27.95 and includes a meal
and priority reserved seating at center
stage. Concerts start at 5 p.m. For
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RAINBOW VILLAGE CONCERTS
Rainbow Village, 4150 Lane Road in
Zephyrhills, will host several upcoming
concerts.Tickets are $7 and all are
welcome. For tickets and information, call
Sue Flynn at (813) 782-5075. Scheduled are:
Feb. 11, Robert Lee Crigger
Feb. 23,Jimmy Smith
March 9, Sarah Getto

RED HOT JUBILEE
Southern Charm will host Brian Gurl's "Red
Hot Jubilee," a fun-filled variety show
featuring music from Shubert toWillie
Nelson and Judy Garland to Johnny Cash at
7 p.m. Feb. 19.Tickets are $8 and may be
purchased at the Southern Charm office,
37811 Chancey Road in Zephyrhills. For
information, call (813) 783-3477.

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available. For information or to register,
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FESTIVAL, from page 1
ous years and try to keep it at the same level
as it was before."
A regular Celtic Festival participant,
Mayor Cliff McDuffie of Zephyrhills, was still
in the process of making up his mind re-
garding attending.
"I have a lot going on that weekend,"


McDuffie said. He expressed concern over it
moving locations and said that he would
miss it being in Zephyrhills.
The festival is set for March 5-6 at the
Pioneer Florida Museum in Dade City.
For more information go to
www.zephyrhillscelticfestival.com or call
(813) 786-2724.


REBOUND, from page 1
Pasco County's unemployment rate con-
tinues to exceed the national average; the
national rate is 9 percent, while Pasco's
stands at 13 percent.
Regionally, 30 percent of the state's job
losses occurred in the Interstate 4 corridor,
Jones said.
When it comes to the economy,"we tend
to get really myopic and short-sighted," he
said.
"We have to understand the long-term, if
we're going to understand how the business
cycle ebbs and flows,"he added.
Recessions are nothing newThe nation
has encountered them and emerged from
them before,Jones reminded the crowd
"It's all part of the business cycle.We will
come out of it. It's not a matter of if, it's a
matter of when and how strong," he said.
In this particular recession, Florida is in
worse shape than the nation as a whole, he said.
Besides its high unemployment, the
state's real estate sector also is digging out
of a big hole, he said."Our back is not bro-
ken, but it is kind of crushed."
"We became prosperous because people
moved here," said Jones, an economic develop-
ment consultant whose experience includes
working with public sector and private clients.
"As a state, we're not as cheap.That used
to be one of the driving factors,"Jones said.
The reductions in values caused by the
recession are making the market more at-
tractive again for investors, he said.
"We are becoming a more affordable
market again - not only from the residen-
tial but also from the commercial side, as
well,' he said.
The state is fortunate that Amendment 4
didn't pass,Jones said, referring to a consti-
tutional amendment that would have
required voters to approve changes to local
comprehensive plans.
That change would have created too much
uncertainty for investors and they would have
taken their business elsewhere,Jones said.
Competition for investors also has be-
come much more fierce,Jones said.


2011 economic projections
R. Christopher Jones made these predic-
tions for the national economy in 201 I:
* Gross Domestic Product will grow by
3 percent.
* Unemployment will decrease, but will
remain around 9 percent
* The stock markets will grow by 6
percent to 8 percent
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with other states and regions - it's a much
broader competition nowJones said.
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nomic entity.We're competing with every
other piece of dirt on the planet," he said.
Jones said the state's job growth has al-
ways been tied to tourism and real estate.
He expects to see tourism rebound be-
fore real estate.
When it comes to housing starts,he said,
"that's a big climb from a real steep drop."
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ing in its favor. For one thing,"Gov. (Rick)
Scott is seen as pro-growth," he said.
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icantly from a proposed light rail project
between Tampa and Orlando.
The federal government has agreed to
pay for the lion's share of the project, but
Scott has not yet decided whether the state
will pursue the project.
Tampa attorney RonWeaver asked Jones
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the governor to accept the federal funds
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Pasco takes defensive struggle against Land 0' Lakes


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Pasco and Land O' Lakes high school
boys soccer teams entered the Class 4A re-
gional quarterfinals with only three
combined losses, and the fourth ended the
Gators year.
The Pirates (21-2) took the game against
Land O' Lakes (23-2) 1-0 in Gator Stadium
Feb.3.
"We came with a game plan and it
worked," said Pasco coach Berry Grayling.
That plan - frustrate Land O' Lakes with
lock-down defense and capitalize on mis-
takes.
"They played very well defensively," said
Gators coach Mark Pearson. "They shut
down a lot of our angles and space.We did-
n't create as many opportunities as we
could.... It wasn't the most attractive soc-
cer, but obviously effective."
Effective enough to shutout Land O'
Lakes for the first time all season.
"We weren't generating enough opportu-
nities," Pearson said."It was too few and far
between. I don't want to make excuses, but
it's two years in a row we've lost our best
players. Nathan Dalton we missed so badly
tonight. He is our engine and he's been our
motivator. He's done so much behind the
ball and created so much for other players.
We struggled for the last week to try and
find a way to replace that."
Dalton was out with a concussion, while


Pasco's Dillon Dunbar shields off Land O' Lakes' Nicholas Kempton during the Pirates 1-0
win in the regional quarterfinals. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)


Ryan Bowen was missing because of a bro-
ken bone in his ankle.
"All of a sudden a lot of our options got
limited," Pearson said. He then added,"I give
Pasco a lot of credit.They did a great job de-
fensively."


While the Gators were suffering through
those injuries, the Pirates got back Daniel
Corona and Eric Garcia, who missed Pasco's
upset loss to Hudson High in the district finals.
The lone tally came off the head of jun-
ior Dillon Dunbar. The goal found its way


past Gators goalkeeper Kody Parker. Dunbar
said Grayling moved him into the middle of
the Pasco attack to take advantage of his
height.
"I'm the tallest on the team and it meant
there was someone there in the middle for
the passes," said Dunbar, who is 6-foot-2.
Pasco lost to the Gators 3-2 in January,
giving Land O' Lakes the Sunshine Athletic
Conference title. Grayling said he thinks that
loss actually put more pressure on the
Gators.
"We were the underdogs," Grayling said.
"All the pressure was off us a little bit this
time.The boys said they had nothing to lose."
Dunbar said it was very rewarding to get
the win because,"It was the hardest game of
the season.
"It's really tough playing in a game like
this," Dunbar continued."I've been on varsity
for three years and I've never gotten past
the first game of regionals before. I'm just
happy to get a win in regionals."
The Gators had several chances late in
the contest, including a deflection off a
throw-in by Jake Frahm that went just wide.
"I was worried,' Dunbar said."They're all
taller than us. Their No. 12 (Frahm), his
throw-ins are like corner kicks. He throws
them so far. I was just hoping to clear the ball
out on the first chance.Thankfully we did."
The Pirates will host the regional semifi-
nals at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 8 against
Sunlake High. Pasco defeated the Seahawks
2-0 earlier this year.


Set pieces put stop to Wiregrass Ranch's season


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

TheWiregrass Ranch girls soccer team
came up one game short of the final four,
dropping the Class 4A regional finals 4-0 to
Harmony High Feb. 4.
The Longhorns (18-1) scored all of their
goals off set pieces, including cashing in
the first three corner kicks of the contest.
"We did well in open play, but the set
pieces just killed us and not being able to
put it in the back of the net ourselves was-
n't helpful either" said Wiregrass Ranch
first-year coach Erin Dodd.
All season, the Bulls (23-3-2) had been
able to set up their speedy forwards with
on target passes from midfielders, but
Wiregrass Ranch seemed to be just a half
step off all evening.
"That's really what it seemed like,"
Dodd said."I don't feel like we played our
best soccer. I felt like Harmony played with


a little more intensity then we did, and we
just couldn't get it done."
Dodd also said Harmony was the first
team that was able to match their speed,
shutting the Bulls out for only the second
time this season.The Longhorns heldA.J.
Blount and Berlin Waters, who had 61
goals combined this year, to just three
shots total.
"Their team was fast, and maybe just
one step faster," Dodd said.
The Longhorns got on the board in the
10th minute when KaleyWard sent a cor-
ner kick from the left side that was headed
in by Payton Leffew. Less than five minutes
laterWard set up Caitlin Beam on a nearly
identical play.
Ward added the third tally herself off a
corner kick in the second half that
bounced off Bulls goalkeeper Dayton
Wetherby and the crossbar before going
in. Kendall Pollock added the final goal off
a free kick from 40 yards out.


In the regional semifinals three nights
before,Wiregrass Ranch defeated district
revival River Ridge High 2-1. Blount scored
both goals in the contest.
Despite coming up short in the region-
al finals, the Bulls had their first 20-win
season, won their first game in a district
tournament en route to the Class 4A-
District 8 championship and won two
games in regionals.
"Everything has just been happening so
fast and I don't think any of us have had an
opportunity to sit down and realize what
we've accomplished,' Dodd said."They're
upset now, but once they have some time
off and they look back on the season
they'll realize they need to had their heads
high and be proud because it was a great
season."
As a sendoff, Dodd subbed in all six of
her seniors to close the game. She said she
wanted to make sure they all got a chance
to end their playing time on the field.


Sierra Monday was one of the seniors who
helped the Bulls go further than any other team
in program history. (File photo)


New prep football districts set
The Florida High School Athletic
Association (FHSAA) has set football districts
for the next two high school seasons.Wesley
Chapel, Zephyrhills and Pasco will remain as
district opponents as they were last year in
the new Class 5A-District 6 with Anclote,
Fivay, Gulf, Hudson and Ridgewood. Last year
theWildcats, Bulldogs and Pirates district in-
cluded central Pasco County rivals Land O'
Lakes and Sunlake, but those squads moved up
to 6A-6.
Wiregrass Ranch has been placed in 7A-7
with five Hillsborough County schools, includ-
ing Chamberlain, Freedom, Gaither,
Steinbrenner and Tampa BayTech.The Bulls
did appeal their placement because new
boundaries will reduce the number of stu-
dents at the school by about 400, but the
FHSAA ruled against it.

Byrd switches Texas Christian
Pasco High senior Jamie Byrd had a late

14 1 February 9, 2011


change of heart and signed with Texas
Christian University (TCU). He originally
committed in January with Boise State
University. Byrd did take a trip toTCU's cam-
pus, but it was very late in the recruiting
process.
Byrd was voted the Sunshine Athletic
Conference Defensive Player of the year fol-
lowing his senior season where he helped the
Pirates go I - I and advance to the Class 3A
regional semifinals.
The Horn Frogs went 13-0 last season, de-
feating the Wisconsin Badgers in the Rose
Bowl.They finished the year as the No. 2 team
in the nation as voted on by the Associated
Press.TCU will move from the Mountain West
Conference to the Big East in 2012, a confer-
ence that includes the University of South
Florida.

Adult tennis players needed
Lake Jovita Golf & Country Club, 12900
Lake Jovita Blvd. in Dade City, is looking for


adult tennis players for its match play sessions.
There are matches each Tuesday morning at
8:30 and 10:30 a.m., Friday night at 7 p.m.and
Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m.There are groups
for those ages 18-50 and another for those
older than 50. For more information, call
Jeanette Marcus at (813) 417-0061 or visit
www.bgtennis.net.

San Antonio Relay For Life
The San Antonio Rotary Club has joined
with Tampa Bay Golf and Country club for a
celebrity golf tournament on Saturday, Feb.
12.The cost is $95 per golfer and all pro-
ceeds go to Relay For Life.The fee includes a
golf shirt and lunch.
Celebrities from MLB and NFL will be at
the event, including but not limited to:
-Arizona Cardinals kicker Jaye Feely
-Jacksonville Jaguars kicker Josh Scobee
-Jacksonville Jaguars punter Adam
Podlesh
-Retired Cincinnati Reds pitcher Sammy
Ellis
To sign up, e-mail Janice Klein at janicek-
lein@ymail.com or call (813) 610-6648.


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Competitive basketball tryouts
The C & G Bulls competitive travel basket-
ball team is having tryouts each Saturday and
Sunday for players in fifth through eighth
grade.The tryouts are from 4-6 p.m. at 5105
School Road in Land O' Lakes.
For more information, call (813) 957-0929
or e-mail candgbulls@yahoo.com.

Relay For Life golf tournament
The Land O' Lakes High Relay For Life
team, Penny's From Heaven, is having a golf
tournament to benefit the American Cancer
Society.
The event is at The Groves Golf &
Country Club, 7924 Melogold Circle in Land
O Lakes, on Saturday,April 2 at 8:30 a.m.The
registration deadline is March 27.
The event is limited to the first 108
golfers who sign up. The cost is $55 per
golfer and includes a steak lunch.Those in-
terested can either sign up as a team or join
a foursome.
To register, call team captain Kathy Zarek
at (813) 404-9691 or Denise Deremigio at
(813) 417-9790.

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SPORTS


Wildcats come up

one game short

of regionals

The Wesley Chapel High girls basketball
team has overcome a lot this season, but the
squad came up just short of regionals.
The Wildcats (17-9) could not score with
Gulf High in the Class 4A-District 7 semifinals
at Ridgewood High. The No. 1 seed
Buccaneers (24-4) defeated No. 4 Wesley
Chapel 51-21 Feb. 4.
In the quarterfinals,Wesley Chapel took
down east Pasco County rival Pasco High 46-
19. Sophomore point guard Tiffany Echevarria
led the way for the Wildcats in the contest
with 15 points, while senior guard Hannah
Noble and junior forward Saphrianece
Reynolds each added 11.
The Wildcats had a difficult start to the
season because of a late change to their
coach.
Karim Nohra, who led the squad to back-
to-back regional finals appearance,was not
retained as coach. The Wildcats turned to
Shawn Brown to lead the squad, but he was
not picked until around the start of the
school year, giving Wesley Chapel no summer
camp and little preseason workout time.
The Wildcats rebounded quickly to still
post a winning season, but will not be able to
make it three straight regional finals appear-
ances.


Land O' Lakes brings home district gold


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Hannah Noble was the only senior for
Wesley Chapel this year.


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Despite having two new starters and
new coach, the Land O' Lakes High girls bas-
ketball team brought home the Class
4A-District 8 championship with a 58-53
win against Citrus High Feb. 5.
The Gators (22-2) -
were led by sopho- 4
more Simone Brown,
a Wesley Chapel
High transfer, who
poured in 27 points
including 15 in the
fourth quarter. Senior
guard Julia Della
Penna added 14 to
the scoreboard, near-
ly double her season
average.
"It's been a learn-
ing experience for
us all," said Land O'
Lakes first-year
coach Laurie "
Fitzpatrick."I had to
learn what the girls
did well and how to Shanel Sweet
make all the pieces
fit together. We had some injuries early,
which didn't help that, but by the end we
were really clicking and I think that
showed."
Fitzpatrick said most of her girls were
sick during the tournament.
"Simone had to run to the trashcan dur-
ing timeouts because she was getting sick,"
Fitzpatrick said."They weren't going to let
that stop them."
The Gators took downWiregrass Ranch
55-49 in the semifinals. Senior point guard


Shanel Sweet, a Gaither High transfer,had 17
points in the contest and sunk her last six
free throws in the closing minutes to keep
her squad ahead.
"It was two games that came down to
the very end," Fitzpatrick said."I was nerv-
ous. I was biting my nails in both games.
The girls stepped up big time on a big
stage."
Land O' Lakes will now host Mitchell
High at 7 p.m. onThursday, Feb. 10.

Wildcats get first district title
The Academy at the Lakes girls basketball
team has come a long way from the squad
that finished 0-15 last year.
Karim Nohra was
brought in to coach
the Wildcats and in-
stalled a pressure
defense that helped
them defeat Keswick
Christian 42-31 in the
1A-9 title game Feb. 5.
The academy caused
25 turnovers in the
contest.
Marjorie Rivera, an
eighth grader, led the
academy in scoring
with 16 points while
adding six assists.
In the semis, the
Wildcats defeated one
of Nohra's former
squads Cambridge
Christian 54-32 Marjorie Rivera
thanks in large part to their defense, which
held the Lancers to just one field goal in the
first quarter.
The academy will next host Sarasota
Christian at 7 p.m. onThursday, Feb. 10.


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Tringali sets standards for Bulls passing


Senior leader all time in
assists and touchdowns

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

It would be an understatement to say
Wiregrass Ranch senior James Tringali
knows how to set up others to succeed.
Tringali entered this year already as the
Bulls leader in passing touchdowns as the
starting quarterback and also the all-time
leader in assists as a guard on the basketball
squad.
"I never really thought of it like that,"
Tringali said of leading in both statistics."It is
kind of fun to think of all the time my pass-
es have set someone else up to score. I've
been lucky to have great teammates in foot-
ball and basketball to make that happen."
Tringali became the Wiregrass Ranch
starting quarterback halfway through his
freshman season. Statistics were not kept as
well before Jeremy Shobe became the Bulls
football coach in 2008, but Tringali has
recorded 3,219 passing yards on 277 com-
pletions and 23 touchdowns since then, all
program records. He has also added 458
rushing yards and another five scores.
"He's been very consistent for us and has
gotten better each year," Shobe said."He's al-
ways gone out and worked as hard as
anyone I've coached.James is a very com-
petitive person and always wants to be the
best. He strives to win. He's fought his way
up."
Tringali's play helped guide Wiregrass
Ranch to its first district championship in
football as a senior and the first winning sea-
son in program history (6-5).
"It wasn't always easy for him," Shobe
said. "Two years ago we had another kid
challenge him for the starting spot. His
name is (Jonathon) Economou and he got
into several games.When James was on the
sidelines, he was the perfect teammate. He
didn't put his head down or start feeling
sorry for himself. He used it as fuel to get
better and I'm proud of him for how he
handled that."
Economou transferred to Freedom High,
where he just completed his junior season.
On the basketball court,Tringali has 361
career assists, far and away better than any-
one else in the school's first five years. His


Antwan Prince (shooting) and James
Tringali are both guards for the Bulls bas-
ketball team and also played for the football
squad. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of
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James Tringali is the Wiregrass Ranch all-
time leader in passing yards and touch-
downs. (File photo)

passing has helped the Bulls complete the
regular season with an 18-7 record.
He is not limited to playing point guard
on the hard court, recording 640 career
points, 401 rebounds and 133 steals.
"He's been very versatile for us over the
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backcourt, but moves all over depending on
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Antwan Prince.The two connected for 598
yards on 37 completions and five touch-
downs in 2010; more than any other Bulls
combination. However, in basketball Prince
sets up Tringali to score just as often be-
cause the two rotate playing point guard.
"It's kind of fun when you think about
it,"Tringali said of Prince setting him up to
score in basketball."In football we did our
thing with me getting him the ball, but now
he'll get me the ball just as much. It's really
fun."
Tringali has enjoyed his time on the field
and in the gym, but says the sports could
not be more different.
"There are a lot more eyes on you in
football,"Tringali said."A lot more things can
happen. Basketball is more of a flow game.
You kind of let everything else dictate what
you do.You go where the game takes you. In
football, as the quarterback,you set the pace
and control everything."
Tringali was a Sunshine Athletic
Conference (SAC) honorable mention for
football this season. His basketball goals are
to get back to first-team all SAC like last sea-
son while leading Pasco County in assists
and getting the basketball team its first dis-
trict championship.
Tringali has received interest from sever-
al colleges to play quarterback, including
Brown University and Davidson College.
"He'll be playing on the next level for
sure," Shobe said."He has the talent and de-
sire and is one of the smartest kids in the
school."
Tringali is currently ranked 71st out of
407 seniors atWiregrass Ranch with a 3.91
weighted grade point average. He also has
117 community service hours.
"I've loved everything about going to
Wiregrass Ranch,"Tringali said."I've loved
helping build the athletics, but I've always
understood that education comes first.
That's why we're student athletes."
The Bulls next play in the Class 4A-
District 8 district tournament at Nature
Coast against River Ridge High at 7:30 p.m.
on Wednesday, Feb. 9.
-All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com
by coaches.


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TheLAKER FEBRUARY 9, 2011 FREE Zephyrhills/Dade City Edition By Tammy Sue Struble tstruble@cnewspubs.com Issues with fencing at the Zephyr Park location of the annual Celtic Festival in Zephyrhills prompted a quick move to Dade City’s Pioneer Village location. According to Celtic Festival organizers, the temporary, orange, plastic fencing used at previous Celtic Festivals at Zephyr Park in Zephyrhills was not sufficient. The event had problems with the fencing in that many people got into the event without paying. After checking into other types of fencing possibilities for the Zephyr Park venue, the cost of renting other types of fencing was expensive. “Apparently … with cutbacks, (the City of) Zephyrhills couldn’t do it this year and we couldn’t do it either. We had to find a place that was fenced in,” explained Annette Kama, Celtic Festival Vendor Chair and general information contact. Event organizer Steve Serneels stated that, “we almost didn’t make enough last year because of people not paying. The Pioneer Village location has a very large parking area and is fenced. It was cancel or move.” Serneels explained that working with the City of Zephyrhills in the past was very good; the staff and park were nice and the location was good. He also said that working funds are lower this year — they do not have some sponsors for the festival that they had last year. “It’s (Dade City Pioneer Museum) right down the road,” continued Serneels. “Hopefully we’ll get the crowds as in previSuper Sunday for Zephyrhills native –Page 16 West Zephyrhills students show love for Zephyr Haven A group of students from Ms. Garrett’s third-grade class at West Zephyrhills Elementary show off their Valentine projects they made for residents at Zephyr Haven facility on Monday, Feb. 7. From left are Juan Contreras, Sydney Wyatt, Alyssa Evans, Ethan Stanek, Macgrady Fisher and Justin Morales. (Photo by T ammy Sue Struble) More photos, page 3.Florida Hospital Zephyrhills introduces new methodBy Kyle LoJacono klojacono@cnewspubs.com Betty Theademan went home less than two hours after receiving a cardiac catheter test at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Heart Institute, something she would not have been able to do a year ago. Until about six months ago, the institute used the traditional catheter method, going through the groin to check for blockages in someone’s blood vessels. “It’s much easier for the doctor to do it that way, but it’s not as easy on the patient,” said Dr. Ketul Chauhan, who treated Theademan. “With the old method, patients had to lay down in a bed for six to eight hours as still as possible to make sure they don’t bleed. The newer way, they can walk out much faster.”The newer method is called radial catheterization and goes in through the wrist. Theademan, who winters in Zephyrhills with her husband Pete, had never been to the hospital for treatment before.“I’d been having chest pains the last couple weeks, so I thought I should get checked out,” Theademan said. “They said I should have a catheter and I was thinking about how long and uncomfortable it would be.”Theademan had a traditional catheter about 10 years ago and was pleased to hear the new method went through the wrist. She had the test done on Jan. 24 and said she was on the road home feeling fine soon after.“When I had it done the first time it was so uncomfortable,” Theademan said. “They put pressure on the area for six hours and I stayed overnight. This time they taped the area tight with some gauze and told me to take it easy for a couple days. They said don’t lift anything that is more than 10 pounds. Two day later I took the gauze off and it was like it never happened.” Chauhan said bleeding was always the main concern with traditional catheterizations, especially with older people.“We have an older population here in Zephyrhills and east Pasco County,” Chauhan said. “We knew we wanted to have this treatment because it’s not only safer, but faster and just as effective at finding blockages.”Gwen Alonso, the hospital’s vice president of cardiac services, said offering treatments like radial catheterization fits into the overall goal at the facility. “We thought the new catheterization would be an upgrade to our care,” Alonso said. “We already have awards for the speed of our care and the outcomes of our treatment at the Heart Institute and we’ll continue to bringing the best new techniques and technologies available. The goal is for our patients to have a great experience when they come here.” Alonso stressed that not everyone is a candidate for the new treatment and people should discuss the option with their doctor. As for Theademan’s diagnosis, the catheter found no significant blockages in her body. She said her doctors recommend she live an overall healthy lifestyle with regular exercise and a good diet to treat the slight chest pain. “It’s good news,” Theademan said. “You don’t want to have to do anything too major. The catheter was easy and so is the treatment. I’m very happy with how everything turned out.”Hospital offers faster heart treatment Betty Theademan with Dr. Sunil Gupta (left) and Dr. Ketul Chauhan. Theademan received a cardiac catheter treatment through the wrist from the doctors instead of the traditional method through the groin. (Photo by Gary Hatrick)By B.C. Manion bcmanion@cnewspubs.com The recession may be officially over, but it will take quite some time before the recovery begins to be felt locally, a Florida economist said during a recent Business Development Week luncheon at the Tampa Bay Golf & Country Club in San Antonio. “We are going to sputter along for the next year,” predicted Chris Jones, president of Florida Economic Advisors LLC, and an adjunct professor for the University of South Florida. “The days of 4 percent unemployment and 2 percent inflation may be behind us for a good long while,” Jones said.Expert predicts slow rebound for Pasco County economySee REBOUND, page13 See FESTIVAL, page13Celtic Festival announces last minute move to Dade City

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 9,2011 2 Greg and Laura VanHoose from the Darby area attended Smokehouse Creek Rodeo in Darby on Saturday, Feb. 5 for a facility fundraiser. They were part of a fundraiser at the facility in the past where money was raised for the family of a cancer patient. Supporters raise money for rodeoRick Yankey was surprised on Saturday, Feb. 5 by a fundraiser for his Smokehouse Creek Rodeo on Darby Road. Generally, Yankey provides the rodeo venue, a family-oriented facility, for nonprofit organizations. The tables turned on him when the volunteers had a fundraiser for the facility. With Yankey is volunteer Ricci Allen of Zephyrhills. (Photos by Tammy Sue Struble) AMVETS Post 550 charter members Dottie and Chuck Miller participate in a fundraiser dinner Feb. 5. Chuck drove a tank in the Army; Dottie greets everyone with a hug at the Zephyrhills post. (Photos by Tammy Sue Struble) Eddie Shaw, in the chef hat, and Mike Levengood, both of Zephyrhills, help at the Post 550 fundraiser dinner at the AMVETS on Airport Road in Zephyrhills Feb. 5. Shaw is an Army veteran; Levengood served in the Air Force. Daughter Trista Fox and mom Rhonda Fox of Darby enjoy activities at a fundraiser for Smokehouse Creek Rodeo. The Foxes frequent the rodeo often. "He does so much for the community," Rhonda said of Rick Yankey, who provides the facility. AMVETS Post 550 hosts barbecue Salon & Spa Services for Mind, Body, & Spirit Mane Care / Nail Care / Facial Treatments & Enhancement Permanent Makeup / Body Treatments / Massage Therapy SPAPACKAGES Feel beautiful and renewed,inside and out. Gift Certificates make great holiday gifts.352.523.0300 14220 Eighth St., Unit 103 Dade City, FL33523 • Closed Wednesday and Sunday • 9:30 a.m. 7 p.m. • Evenings by Appointment The Canadian DrugstoreIts safe, its simple and it makes sense38176 Medical CenterAve. € Zephyrhills(813) 788-2007(between Zephyrhills Hospital & the old Publix)THE COST OF YOUR PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION SHOULDNT MAKE YOU SICK! Lexapro 10mg 30 tabs $55.45 Nexium 40mg 30 tabs $59.95 Celebrex 200mg 30 tabs $51.74 Lipitor 20mg 30 tabs $62.16 Spiriva 18mg 30 caps $66.06 Levitra 20mg 20 tabs $99.52 Plavix 75mg 30 tabs $57.05 Actos 30mg 30 tabs $66.46 Abilify 15mg 30 tabs $67.43 Aricept 5mg 30 tabs $71.80 Advair 250mg 60 doses $95.48 Januvia 100mg 30 tabs $95.72 Viagra 100mg 20 tabs $96.06 Cialis 20mg 20 tabs $99.07 Over 2,000 Additional Medications AvailableCALL TODAY FOR A FREE QUOTE!80% Save Up ToOn Generic Medications! Conveniently located by Sam's Club27510 Cashford Circle WESLEY CHAPEL ATTENTION. Laser Dentistry / Smile Makeovers / Crowns / Bridges Personal ExceptionalRESULTS. Been Told You Need Gum Surgery?Laser Gum Treatment may be for you! Call 813-973-8555 for a complimentary consult or visit TampaLaserDentist.com to learn more. NEW PATIENT OFFERS! $69 Exam and X-RaysIncludes:Intraoral Camera,TMJ,Gum Disease,Oral Cancer Screening, Cosmetic Consult New patients only. Expires 2-28-11.For $30 more, get Whitening!The patient and any person responsible for payment has the right to refuse to pay,cancel payment,or be reimbursed as a result or and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted fee or reduced fee service,examination or treatment. New Patients Welcome • Most Insurance Plans Accepted 33273 Cortez Blvd, (Near Hwy. 50 & 98)Ridge Manor, FL 33523 38180 Medical Center Ave. (Blue Bldg. next to Florida Hospital) Zephyrhills, FL 33540

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 9,2011 4 This Valentine's Day,couples will be exchanging vows on the steps of the Pasco County Historic Courthouse in Dade City in a group ceremony performed by Paula S. O'Neil,Pasco County clerk of the circuit court and comptroller. "The tradition of marriage and the history of Dade City are a perfect match for a momentous occasion and a new beginning," said O'Neil."We look forward to joining lives together among the historic trees and beautiful azaleas."This is the third year in a row that the clerk and comptroller will be hosting the Valentine's Day event,waiving the $30 ceremony fee. Additionally,the couples will be offered photo packages and decorative marriage certificates to capture their romantic day.The number of couples who can participate may be limited due to space.Each couple may register for this Valentine's Day ceremony by applying for their marriage license no later than Thursday,Feb.10, 2011.Standard marriage license fees will apply.The ceremony will begin at 2 p.m.on Monday in front of the Pasco County Historic Courthouse,37918 Meridian Ave.,Dade City. Each couple should arrive no later than 1 p.m.with their marriage license and photo identification. For more information regarding the registration for the ceremony,please contact the clerk and comptroller's office in either New Port Richey (727) 847-8086 or Dade City (352) 521-4518 or visit www.pascoclerk.com.Valentine vows at Pasco Courthouse Car wash benefits pregnancy centerMike Hudson, left, owner of Healthy Home Restoration, and his brother Scott wash Jeannie Bahr's Yukon at McGee Tire in Zephyrhills Saturday. HHR had a free car wash and hot dog sale to raise money for the Pregnancy Care Center of Zephyrhills after hearing of their needs at a recent Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce mixer. The fundraiser brought in more than $1,000 in baby items and $450 cash. HHR will have a ribbon cutting at their home base in Temple Terrace Tuesday. (Photo by Gary S. Hatrick) Pregnancy Care fundraiser at Scotland YardsWavelengths Hair Design Salon hosted a luncheon and hair show at Scotland Yards Golf Club on Feb. 5 to support the Zephyrhills Pregnancy Care Center. Christine Carmona (back row, from left), Norma Rodriguez, Marlene Kraszka, Sissie Gray, Chelsea Madl, Lilly Reynolds (front row, from left) and Erica Miller from Wavelengths. All pose for a photo with a prize gift basket at Scotland Yards. (Photos by Jodi McDonald) Kimmy Smith, left, and Chelsea Madl, both from Zephyrhills, get beverages at Scotland Yards. Both are at a fundraiser thrown by Wavelengths Hair Design in Zephyrhills on Feb 5. What is Relay? The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is a life-changing event that gives everyone in communities across the globe a chance to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the disease. At Relay, teams of people camp out at Zephyrhills High School and take turns walking or running around the track. Each team is asked to have a representative on the track at all times during the event. Because cancer never sleeps, Relays are overnight events up to 24 hours in length. If you don’t feel like or are unable to spend the night or walk, just come and hang out at our survivor, luminary and team celebrations...and be part of the event! Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back. AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETYRELAY FOR LIFE OF ZEPHYRHILLSApril 1-2, 2011Zephyrhills High School, 6335 12th Street, Zephyrhills, FL Learn How To Get Involved! Visit Relayforlife.org/zephyrhillsfl or call Tammy Struble at 813-469-7770 Put the dedicated and experienced staff at Community News Publications to work for you. Call 909-2800 today! "There are a lot of great collector coins in Zephyrhills. Advertising in The Laker has helped me to find them. I bought this 1846-0 Seated Liberty Silver Dollar as a part of a large collection. This coin is worth $1500!"Charlie Proctor Charlie's Coins 813.780.1858 5529 8th St. • Zephyrhills Charlie ProctorThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWSWorks for Me! COINS

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 9,2011 5 Raj Kedar has seen it all in radiology Dr. Raj Kedar (left) and Tower chief operating officer Frank Connelly stand next to the highspeed CTscanner at the Wesley Chapel facility. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)Tower doctor sees his profession in military termsBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comDuring Dr.Raj Kedar's 20 years in radiology,he has seen the technology change radically. When he started,doctors had to share one copy of an X-ray of a broken bone,but today dozens of doctors can see images from deep within a joint,of a heart pumping blood and the inner functioning of a brain at the same time. "I enjoy every day,"said Kedar,49."I can't imagine doing anything else." Kedar's passion is evident in how he speaks of radiology,also known as imaging. "It's like intelligence for doctors,"said Kedar,medical director of Tower Radiology Center Wesley Chapel."We're doctor's doctors.We find the enemy in someone's body and help doctors find the best way to get rid of it.Nothing can hide with the equipment we have today." Kedar estimated that 35 percent of the technology used at Tower today did not exist when he started two decades ago. What did exist was primitive by today's standards. "A CT (CAT) scan took about five minutes back then,"Kedar said."Today we can do it in five seconds." One of the newest advancements in the field is physiology imaging,which uses a sugar solution injected into the patient.The solution moves through parts the body,such as the heart,to give doctors a view into how it is working.Most pictures taken in radiology are anatomical,looking at a part of the body that is not moving like a bone or joint. Frank Connelly,Tower Radiology chief operating officer,said new physiology imaging just came online at the Wesley Chapel facility last week. Kedar said he was taught that medicine has three important parts Ñ diagnosis,treatment and prevention.He believes radiology involves all three aspects. "Diagnosis is what people think of most when they think of radiology,but it's a big part of treatment too,"Kedar said."We let doctors and patients see what their treatment is doing for them and we can also catch little issues before they become a big problem,so prevention." Along with the technology now being used in the industry,new electronic records have also made treatment much faster.Once images are loaded at Tower's Wesley Chapel, North Dale Mabry in Lutz or nine other locations,a patient's primary doctor can instantly see the same picture.They can also listen to Kedar's diagnosis. "It cuts down on time and makes treatment better,"Kedar said."I can get second opinions from other doctors when making recommendations." Tower,which is owned and operated by doctors,has 32 radiologists within its system.They are all specialists within the field, ranging from heart,women's health or physical medicine as Kedar is. "Having specialists allows for better treatment,"Connelly said."It makes it more efficient when we have people who know everything about their part of the field." Tower has had the Wesley Chapel facility, 2324 Oak Myrtle Lane,for about two years and is located less than two miles from the future Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel on Bruce B.Downs Boulevard. The North Dale Mabry facility,17503 N. Dale Mabry in Lutz,is slightly newer at about 1.5 years old and is less than one mile from St.Joseph's Hospital-North,which opened a year ago.Kedar said the proximity to the hospitals was an important factor in picking their locations. "It was definitely a factor,"Kedar said. "Patients want an imaging center like these to be close to their hospital for convenience.Also,we believe these areas are growing and we want to be here for those people.Once you get a place like this with all the equipment it's hard to move,so we're in it for the long haul right where we are."Additionally,Tower is actively involved with new clinical research.They were part of the testing of an Alzheimer's treatment drug that just came on the market less than a month ago.Patients who were given the drug were tested for its effectiveness at Tower."It helps us advance the technology and treatment for everyone,"Connelly said. Each of Tower's locations offers various imaging options.For a list of procedures at the sites,visit www.towerdiagnostic.com. 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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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 9,2011 6 Singers showcase Broadway music at Heritage Arts CenterBluegrass Band "Crossfire" plays a medley of toe-tappin'bluegrass songs at the evening performance of Moonlight & Ivory presented by the Heritage Arts Center Association at the Dade City Woman's Club Saturday. The band is made up of Brad Williams on upright bass, George Laker on electric guitar, Phil Sarlo on banjo and group leader Dean Johnson on guitar. Special guest was Jim Frable on the fiddle. Crossfire will be performing March 3 at the Woman's Club. Call Dean Johnson Music for details and tickets. (Photos by Gary S. Hatrick) Kathleen White, from left, standing, Gentry Mander and Maggie Sutton along with Elizabeth LaRue sing "Cell Block Tango" from the musical "Chicago" at the evening performance of Moonlight & Ivory at the Dade City Woman's Club Saturday. The song is a comical explanation from jailed murderesses who insist they are not guilty because their victims "had it comin.'" All four girls are former performers in Alison Graham's "Showstoppers." White, Sutton and LaRue are currently in college and Mander has received her BAin international studies and Spanish from Stetson University. Freelance Web designer and videographer David Groomes gets into the emotion of the song "This is the Moment" from Jekyll & Hyde at the matinee performance of Moonlight & Ivory. The show was presented by the Heritage Arts Center Association at the Dade City Woman's Club Saturday. Groomes is a member of the professional choir and the Zielinski Singers. He has also sung with the Master Chorale of Tampa Bay. Bivouac & BarracksWitness History Come Alive5th Annual Benefiting the WWII Barracks Museum • WWII Encampments • Military Vehicles • WWII Battle Re-enactment • Vintage Aircraft • Weapons Demos & Much Moreat the Zephyrhills Airport Restored Barracks Museum ZEPHYRHILLS FLORIDA Take Hwy 301 to South Avenue then East to the AirportFebruary 18-20Fri & Sat 10am-4pm • Sun 10am-2pm This Event is Free to the Public John Bolender813-788-5969For more info, contact:jjbolender@aol.com Space provided courtesy of Community News Publications/ The Laker SATURDAY February 19th 7:00pmUSO Show@ Zephyrhills Amvets post 550 CROWNS $59900 EACH $9900 EXTRACTIONSEACH $69900 DENTUREEACH DENTAL IMPLANTS$150000 EACH 813-907-00222154 Ashley Oaks Circle, Wesley Chapel813-715-00556310 Fort King Road, Zephyrhills Center for Cosmetic, Implant & General DentistryFREECONSULT FOR INVISALIGN AND 6 MONTH BRACES serenity dentalDN7140 • EXP. 12/31/11 DN5110 or 5120 • EXP. 12/31/11 DN6010 • EXP. 12/31/11 DN2750 • EXP. 12/31/11 Zephyrhills / Dade City ResidentsThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWS813.909.2800 www.cnewspubs.comShow us what you've got!Send us your news and photos from your event for publication in The Laker.Send good quality photos (200 dpi minimum) to news@cnewspubs.com subject line: ATTN: Tammy

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 9,2011 7 History comes alive Feb. 18-20 in ZephyrhillsThe Bivouac & Barracks fifth annual Witness History Come Alive event is scheduled for Feb. 1820 at the Zephyrhills Airport. There will be encampments where participants display era memorabilia and wear World War II clothing all weekend. The event is free to the public and is sponsored by the Barracks Military Museum that is run by volunteers in Zephyrhills. Military vehicles, like the 1941 armored scout car model M3a1 pictured, will be on display Feb. 18-20 at the Zephyrhills Airport locations. Event times at the museum at 39450 South Ave. in Zephyrhills are as follows: Friday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. On Saturday, Feb. 19, the AMVETS at 4545 Airport Road is sponsoring a WWII Stars & Stripes Show from 7-10 p.m. with free admittance. For more information call (813) 7885969. (Photo by Tammy Sue Struble) Organizers are inviting participants to a free "We Love Our Troops"event on Sunday, Feb.13 from 1-4 p.m.at 4941 4th St.and the Bandstand at Lake Zephyr Park. There is no charge to set up a booth/table/display.Other events include: • 44-cent yard sale to benefit Postage For Patriots• Patriotic Dance Performance by students of Peggy'sDance Place • Display of Patriotic Artwork created by local youngsters • Zephyrhills Fire Department's Engine No.2Weekend event at Lake Zephyr Park will honor troops Doing business without advertising is like winking at a girl in the dark. You know what you are doing, but nobody else does. ~ Steuart H. BrittDon't be invisible to your customers. Advertise in your community newspaper.The Laker / Lutz News813.909.2800 • cnewspubs.com • sales@cnewspubs.com NEED AFFORDABLEHOME PHONE SERVICE?WE HEAR YOU.1Maximum benet toward installation charges is $30. Does not include charges for wiring inside the home. Terms and conditions subject to change. Some restrictions may apply. ©2010 Verizon. All rights reserved.AtVerizon, we know how important a home phone is to your familys safety and security.Verizon is a proud sponsor of Lifeline, a program that oers qualied customers home telephone service at a discount. You could save up to $13.50 a month on your home phone bill and up to 50% on the installation fee1. You can even upgrade your voice features at an additional charge. With a home phone, youll have peace of mind and a 24/7 link to family, friends and community services such as the police, re department and ambulance. Contact us today to learn more about Lifeline and nd out if you qualify. VISIT or CALL LIFELINE TODAY. www.verizon.com/orida/lifeline 1-800-VERIZON 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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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 9,2011 8 UPCOMING MEETINGS PASCO SUPERINTENDENT TO TACKLE ISSUESPasco County Schools Superintendent Heather Fiorentino will discuss school boundaries,class sizes and other issues when she addresses the Pasco Alliance of Community Associations at 7 p.m.Thursday, Feb.10. All are welcome to the meeting at the Land O'Lakes Community Center,located at 5401 Land O'Lakes Blvd.(US 41),three miles north of SR 54. Fiorentino also will address budget matters and academic issues.She will take questions following her presentation.EDUCATORS TO MEETThe East Pasco Retired Educators Association will meet at the IHOP Restaurant,13100 US 301 in Dade City at 10 a.m.on Thurs.,Feb.17,2011.Sarah Janey Ball,District 6 Legislative Representative, will present the program.All retired school personnel are welcome.For information, contact Joyce Snow in Dade City at (352) 567-5050 or Joan Knowles in Zephyrhills at (813) 788-4980.FUN STUFF A T SCHOOLS BUCCANEER VISITS ELEMENTARYTampa Bay Buccaneer Ernest Graham visited Veterans Elementary in Wesley Chapel recently in connection with an award from The Dairy Council. Graham met with children in grades three through five for about 35 minutes in the school cafeteria and then spent time with a smaller group of children in the school's media center. Students were allowed to wear Tampa Bay Buccaneer shirts and other gear or to wear red,white or black. The Dairy Council provided light refreshments for the group and took photographs, which it will provide to the school.The school was being honored for having a great number of students participating in the FuelUpToPlay60 program.SWEETHEART DANCEThe Sand Pine Elementary PTA is hosting the annual Family Sweetheart Dance on Friday,Feb.11 from 7-9 p.m.for Sand Pine families. A limited number of tickets went on sale on Feb.8.They are $5 each.(Please note: This is not a drop-off event).LUTZ ELEMENTARY WALK-A-THONLutz Elementary will have its annual PTA Walk-a-thon on Thursday,Feb.10. Students are challenged to walk or run as many sixth-mile laps as they can to raise money for the school.COLLEGE TESTING OPPOR TUNITIES ACT OR SAT?Find out which college admissions test is the best fit for you by taking a practice test that features a mix of questions from the SAT and the ACT.The Princeton Review will administer the test from 9 a.m.to 1:30 p.m. on Feb.26 in the cafeteria at Wesley Chapel High,30651 Wells Road in Wesley Chapel. After the test,students will receive a detailed score report including a side-by-side comparison of projected test scores.A follow-up session will be scheduled from 8:30 to 9:15 a.m.on Wednesday,March 23,at the school's media center. Schools are newsy places. Chalk Talk wants to help you share the news when students win awards, teachers do neat projects, someone gets promoted or retires, or you are planning a play, festival or other fun event.Send school news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com 9 3 ©2009 Kumon North America, Inc. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 9,2011 9 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comThe children in Danielle Bockus' second-grade class at Double Branch Elementary arrived at school 45 minutes early one recent day to accommodate a live video chat with a classroom they've befriended in England. By coming in before the opening bell,the Wesley Chapel kids could link up electronically with the children in teacher Jacqui Johnson's class at Eureka Primary in Derbyshire before those youngsters had to go home at the end of the school day. Finding out about the five-hour time difference between the two schools is just one example of what the youngsters are learning as they connect in a program that uses technology to give a new twist to cultural exchanges. In previous generations,when kids were learning about their counterparts in different parts of the world they would send bulky envelopes stuffed with letters,photographs and news articles. In this program,the children from both schools are learning about each other through blogs,digital photos,videos and live chats. They each will be working on videos that highlight a day in the life at their schools.They're also using Google Earth to get to know a bit about each other's geography. Each of the children also will help to write an adventure story about this shared high-tech connection. The kids already have written blog posts to compare their school lunches,chat about their school days and recount what they like about their schools. In one blog post,Abbie L.Batchelor,at the Eureka Primary writes "at the start of the day (9 a.m.) we come to school and we have our register whilst we are writing some lovely letters. "After that we like to perform our learning (I like art the best). After their luscious lunch,she continues, "We play on our wicked playground"before finishing the day with 2 1/2 hours of learning. Madison MacDiarmid,at Double Branch, notes in her blog post that the school has a big and a little playground. "I love doing the monkey bars,"she writes.Her favorite part of the playground is where her friends can spin her. "Oh! I forgot something,I love playing in the spider web.You can climb in it. "This is the best school,"the second-grader concludes. During the live chat,both groups of children were shown on a white screen at the front of Bockus'classroom. Her students were wearing clothes in all sorts of styles.The English youngsters were all wearing red sweaters. The kids were curious about each other. "Are hot dogs a popular food?"asked Double Branch second-grader Scott Atkins. "Yes!"the English class shouted in response. How do you stay active? a student at Eureka asked. The kids in Bockus'class said they play baseball,softball,soccer and football,or to ride on a skateboard. Johnson said her class wanted to know if any children in Bockus'class had visited the Harry Potter attraction at the Universal Orlando resort,and she noted:"We're very jealous." "The Harry Potter Village looks just like the movies,"Bockus said. There were some technical glitches during the chat.The sound wasn't loud enough sometimes and it cut out entirely at others. The images were often blurry,too. But none of that seemed to matter to the kids or their teachers.A number of guests dropped by Johnson's class to check out the chat."The whole school is so excited,"the teacher said.At one point,they talked about their schools. A Eureka Primary student told the kids at Double Branch about Eureka's Golden Assembly that happens every Friday.One golden child is chosen from each classroom for achieving an accomplishment.That child gets to wear a special red cap. Eureka Primary also has a vegetable garden and some badgers,Johnson reported.Bockus shared some news about her school's campus:"About once a year,we'll get our alligator that will come and try to take a nap on our lawn.We have lots of snakes."The project seeks to help youngsters develop a global awareness and to gain a deeper appreciation for cultural differences, Bockus said. It also is helping her students become better writers and communicators,Bockus said. Another bonus:they're improving their typing and computer skills,she said. The collaboration is being achieved through Epals.com. Bockus registered with the website in August,seeking a partner classroom for a project called "The Way We Are." Bockus said she learned about the electronic learning platform from Scott Atkins, assistant principal at Double Branch,who suggested she give it a try. He's pleased that she did. Getting acquainted with other cultures is key,said Atkins,whose son is in Bockus' class. "These kids are going to be competing globally,"he said.World leaders could learn from this cultural exchange Children in Danielle Bockus'second-grade class at Double Branch Elementary are engaged in a live video chat with a class at Eureka Primary, in Derbyshire, England. (B.C. Manion photo) The children in Jacqui Johnson's class at Eureka Primary during the live video chat. (Photo courtesy of Jacqui Johnson) Let the Journey Begin... We Play The Bay! Tampa, St. Petersburg & Clearwater.For more information call: 1-800-662-7286 Or visit: WWW.FLORIDAORCHESTRA.ORG Stewart Goodyear Credit Andrew GarnMASTERWORKSGershwins Concerto in FStewart Goodyear plays Gershwins high-energy and blues-laced Concerto in F on a program with Osvaldo Golijovs Sidereus and Dvoraks Symphony No. 8 with its sparkling Bohemianinspiredmelodies.Stefan Sanderling conducts.Feb 18 & 20MASTERWORKSBeethovens Symphony No. 9 The orchestra joins forces with The Master Chorale of Tampa Bay for one of the most life-affirming works of music: Beethovens Symphony No. 9 . The program opens with Arnold Schoenbergs ethereal hymn for eternal peace, Friede auf Erden (Peace on Earth) . Stefan Sanderling conducts.Feb 25 27RAYMOND JAMES POPSOpera Goes PopsIts a pops parade of some of the best-loved opera hits that everybody knows from commercials, cartoons and favorite films...Rossinis Barber of Seville , Bizets Carmen , Mozarts Marriage of Figaro , Puccinis La Boheme and Verdis Force of Destiny , among others. Stuart Chafetz conducts.Mar 4 6 Sponsored by: Sponsored by: Friends of The Florida Orchestra

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Dade City Sunrise Rotary presented books to Michelle Martinez (from the left), Shirley Ray, Lori Meredith, Tracy Bonnett, Michal Nelson, Cindy Harper, Marian Rich and Barbara Munz. (Photo courtesy of Karen Streaker)Rotary clubs worldwide place a focus on increasing literacy. Rotary International created a Rotary Literacy Month that takes place during the month of March and Rotary clubs also aim to conduct many literacy events during the week of Sept. 8, which is International Literacy Day. Dade City Sunrise Literacy Chairperson Cindy Harper saw the need for books at the four elementary school libraries in the Dade City area and, as principal of Centennial Elementary, she combined the literacy project with the need. At a recent Sunrise Rotary meeting, a basket of books was presented to each of the following — Michelle Martinez, media specialist and Shirley Ray, principal, Lacoochee Elementary; Lori Meredith, media specialist, Cox Elementary; Michal Nelson, media specialist and Harper; Marian Rich, media specialist and Barbara Munz, principal, Pasco Elementary. Also in attendance was Tracy Bonnett, instructional trainer/coach for Instructional Media and Technology department of the District School Board. The Rotary motto — Service Above Self — conveys the humanitarian spirit of the organization’s more than 1.2 million members. Strong fellowship among Rotarians and meaningful community and international service projects characterize Rotary worldwide. Sunrise Rotary is a breakfast club that meets every Thursday at 7 a.m. except for the fist Thursday of the month, when they meet at 4:45 p.m. at the Kokopelli Restaurant, Dade City. Visitors are always welcome.Dade City Rotary Club promotes literacy813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 9, 2011 10 Dirt Road Kids with their saddles: Miranda “Myakka” Wooten (from the left), Dakota Belcher and Cheyanne Pinkston. (Photo courtesy of Tammy Wooten)By Tammy Wooten Special to The Laker The Combee Rodeo Association of Lakeland had its 2010 awards banquet on Sunday, Jan. 31. This is a youth saddle series that ran from March through November at the Aldine Combee Arena in Lakeland. Three Lacoochee residents known locally as the “Dirt Road Kids,” who train at the Spunk Sasser Arena, competed. Dakota Belcher, a 10-year-old who attends Lacoochee Elementary, rode in the Tot Boys Division. He was presented with buckles for Tot Calf Riding Champion, Tot Goat Tying Champion, Tot Pole Bending Champion and Tot Barrel Reserve Champion. Cheyanne Pinkston, a 12-year-old who attends Academy at the Farm, rode in the Junior Girls Division. She had a perfect season, finishing first place for every event and was presented with buckles as the Breakaway Roping Champion, Junior Goat Tying Champion, Junior Pole Bending Champion and Junior Barrel Champion. Miranda Wooten competes as “Myakka” in rodeos, a nickname given to her by local Rodeo announcer, Harold Sasser. Myakka, a 14-year-old freshman at Pasco High, competed in the Senior Girls Division. She was presented with buckles for Senior Champion Goat Tying, Senior Reserve Champion Barrels, Senior Reserve Champion Pole Bending and Reserve Champion Breakaway Roping. The highlight of the banquet was the presentation of the All-Around Champion Saddles. Dakota Belcher received a roping saddle as the All Around Tot Champion. Cheyanne Pinkston was presented a barrel saddle as the All-Around Junior Champion, and Myakka Wooten was presented with a barrel saddle as the All-Around Senior Champion. In addition, each of them received custom C.R.A. bridles, bronc halters, spur straps, breast collars and a bucket full of Cowboy Magic horse grooming products. Rodeos are at the Spunk Sasser’s Arena on the fourth Friday of the month.Dirt Road Kids ride off with rodeo awards 0002999385-01 THESE MOUTH WATERING DEALS BEGIN JANUARY 17TH. Wrap your appetite around a hearty helpin' of our mouth-watering Brisket, Sonny's slow-cooked to perfection St. Louis Cut Ribs, plus two of your favorite Sidekicks, and your choice of Garlic Bread or Cornbread. Pasco County Offer available January 17th-February 28th, 2011 at participating locations. Cannot be combined with any other promotions, disc ounts or coupons. Please contact your local Sonny's restaurant as prices may vary per location. All Dinners Homemade N.Y. Style Pizza Homemade Cheesecake Spaghetti & MeatballsItalian American Restaurant Fine Italian Cuisine37502 SR 54 West Zephyrhills782-2856 Valentines Day Special VOTED BEST OF PASCO IN CASUAL DINING,FINE DINING, KID FRIENDLY AND BEST KEPT SECRET! Piccolas Trio Veal, Lasagna & Homemade Angel Hair Pasta$14.95Chicken with Béchamel Cream Sauce with a side of Fettuccini Alfredo$13.25Served with house salad or soup www.p i ccola i tal i are s taurant.co m

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Your Community Calendar • Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com • All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 9,2011 11 Your Community Calendar • Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com • All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening STIR IT UP COOKING SCHOOLThe Dade City Garden Club will host its fifth cooking school,"Mallie Kyla's CafŽ is Sweet on Dade City"at 6 p.m.Feb.10 in the kitchen of Sonny's Appliances in Dade City.The guest chef is Larie DeWitt Hensley of Mallie Kyla's CafŽ. The menu celebrates Valentine's Day.Course meal is prepared and served to guests,who will also receive a copy of the recipes.Seating is limited.Tickets are $45. For a reservation,call (352) 567-6841.ADUL TS ONL Y NIGHT SAFARICelebrate Valentine's weekend with an African nightlife adventure at Busch Gardens Serengeti Night Safari from 6:30-9 p.m.Feb.12.Visit the Safari Club for appetizers and beverages before the excursion;complete the evening with champagne and dessert.Cost is $60 per person,plus tax.Park admission is not required or included.Guests must be 21 or older.For reservations,call (888) 800-5447.LOVE IS IN THE AIR CHOCOLATE LOVERSBentley Commons in Zephyrhills will host its second annual chocolate extravaganza from 2-3:30 p.m.Feb.11 at 38130 Pretty Pond Road.Come taste delicious treats and sweets.For information,call (813) 7794501.F AMIL Y FUN CRACKER COUNTRYDuring the Florida State Fair,Cracker Country will open its gates to fair guests. Take a stroll back in time through Florida's history.Explore museum grounds,visit crafters and trade demonstrators and enjoy kettle corn,beef jerky,lemonade and country music.Entrance to Cracker Country is included in fair admission.GUIDED HIKEThe Southwest Florida Water Management District will offer a guided 1.1-mile hike at the Green Swamp West Tract in Dade City at 10,10:30 and 11 a.m.Feb.12.Wear casual attire and closed-toe shoes.Water available at site.Entrance is at 13347 Ranch Road. Pre-register by calling (800) 423-1476 ext. 4756.HOMEMADE WORKSPasco County youth can enter homemade and handmade works at the Youth Exhibits at the annual Pasco County Fair between 1 and 4 p.m.Feb.18,and 9 a.m.-noon Feb.19. Baked goods should be entered on Feb.19. Youth through 12th grade are eligible.For a list of categories,rules and regulations,visit www.pascocountyfair.com.For information,call (352) 567-6678.GOAT SHOW The Pasco County Fair Open Dairy Goat Show is Feb.26 at the fairgrounds,36722 SR 52 in Dade City.The event is a senior and junior doe show open to youth and adults. Entry fee is $7 per goat and must be postmarked by Feb.19.A complete list of rules and regulations and entry forms is available at www.pascocountyfair.com.For more information,contact Sharon Sayre at sasayre@aol.com.LEND A HAND TROOP SUPPORTPostage for Patriots will host a special Valentine weekend event to support our troops and families from 1-4 p.m.Feb. 13 at Zephyr Park,4941 Fourth Street.Event includes musical performances,art displays,bloodmobile, affordable tax services,a 44-cent yard sale, hot dogs and more.Admission is free.To participate or for information,call (813) 782-1500 ext.104.EDUCA TE YOURSELF SENIOR SAFETY SEMINARThe Area Agency on Aging of Pasco-Pinellas, Inc.and its Senior Victim Advocate Program will present a senior safety seminar from 13 p.m.Feb.10 at the Zephyrhills River Branch Public Library.Guests include Capt. R.McKinney of the Zephyrhills City Police Department, Little Horatio Ñ Pasco County's first four-legged victim advocate,and Kathy Cornwell of the Area Agency on Aging. The library is located at 34043 SR 54.For information,call (727) 861-5233.MUSIC AND MORE BANDS AND BBQBusch Gardens Tampa Bay will host Bands, Brew & BBQ starting Feb.12 with four weekends of country and classic rock artists,dozens of craft and international beers and barbeque from local restaurants. A VIP ticket is $27.95 and includes a meal and priority reserved seating at center stage.Concerts start at 5 p.m.For information and ticket purchase,visit BuschGardens.com.RAINBOW VILLAGE CONCERTSRainbow Village,4150 Lane Road in Zephyrhills,will host several upcoming concerts.Tickets are $7 and all are welcome.For tickets and information,call Sue Flynn at (813) 782-5075.Scheduled are: Feb.11,Robert Lee Crigger Feb.23,Jimmy Smith March 9,Sarah GettoRED HOT JUBILEESouthern Charm will host Brian Gurl's "Red Hot Jubilee,"a fun-filled variety show featuring music from Shubert to Willie Nelson and Judy Garland to Johnny Cash at 7 p.m.Feb.19.Tickets are $8 and may be purchased at the Southern Charm office, 37811 Chancey Road in Zephyrhills.For information,call (813) 783-3477.BARGAINS GALORE RUMMAGE SALEDowntown Dade City Main Street will have a community rummage sale from 8 a.m.-1 p.m.Feb.19.Booths are $15 for a 10x10 space.Commercial vendor and craft booths are $25 for 10x10 space.Multiple spaces available.For information or to register, contact (352) 567-0284 or www.visitdadecity.com. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT RENEW YOUR VOWSBentley Commons in Zephyrhills,38130 Pretty Pond Road,will host a Ôrenew your vows'event at 7 p.m. Feb.14.Music and dancing,roses for the ladies and complimentary wine.Cost is $10 per couple.For information,call Larry Munroe at (813) 293-0987. WEEKENDSFEBRUARY26 APRIL17,2011PLUSFRIDAY,MARCH11 10 AMÐ 6 PMRAINORSHINE!FREE PARKING! 800-779-4910VISITUSATwww.BayAreaRenaissanceFest.com

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 9,2011 13 ous years and try to keep it at the same level as it was before." A regular Celtic Festival participant, Mayor Cliff McDuffie of Zephyrhills,was still in the process of making up his mind regarding attending. "I have a lot going on that weekend,"FESTIVAL,from page 1It's no longer just an issue of competing with other states and regions Ñ it's a much broader competition now,Jones said. "We're competing with every other economic entity.We're competing with every other piece of dirt on the planet,"he said. Jones said the state's job growth has always been tied to tourism and real estate. He expects to see tourism rebound before real estate. When it comes to housing starts,he said, "that's a big climb from a real steep drop." The state does have a few things working in its favor.For one thing,"Gov.(Rick) Scott is seen as pro-growth,"he said. For another,the state could benefit significantly from a proposed light rail project between Tampa and Orlando. The federal government has agreed to pay for the lion's share of the project,but Scott has not yet decided whether the state will pursue the project. Tampa attorney Ron Weaver asked Jones what argument could be used to persuade the governor to accept the federal funds and proceed with light rail. "I don't think he's got anything better up his sleeve for a job generator,"Jones said. "Light rail is really important,"Jones said. "The bottom line is that this project (light rail) will create jobs and it will create interest in that corridor." Jones said he's not aware of anything else that will generate as many jobs in as short of time. 2011 economic projectionsR.Christopher Jones made these predictions for the national economy in 2011: • Gross Domestic Product will grow by 3 percent. • Unemployment will decrease,but will remain around 9 percent • The stock markets will grow by 6 percent to 8 percent• Inflationary pressures will be felt in the second half of 2011 Pasco County's unemployment rate continues to exceed the national average;the national rate is 9 percent,while Pasco's stands at 13 percent. Regionally,30 percent of the state's job losses occurred in the Interstate 4 corridor, Jones said. When it comes to the economy,"we tend to get really myopic and short-sighted,"he said. "We have to understand the long-term,if we're going to understand how the business cycle ebbs and flows,"he added. Recessions are nothing new.The nation has encountered them and emerged from them before,Jones reminded the crowd "It's all part of the business cycle.We will come out of it.It's not a matter of if,it's a matter of when and how strong,"he said.In this particular recession,Florida is in worse shape than the nation as a whole,he said.Besides its high unemployment,the state's real estate sector also is digging out of a big hole,he said."Our back is not broken,but it is kind of crushed.""We became prosperous because people moved here,"said Jones,an economic development consultant whose experience includes working with public sector and private clients."As a state,we're not as cheap.That used to be one of the driving factors,"Jones said. The reductions in values caused by the recession are making the market more attractive again for investors,he said. "We are becoming a more affordable market again Ñ not only from the residential but also from the commercial side,as well,"he said. The state is fortunate that Amendment 4 didn't pass,Jones said,referring to a constitutional amendment that would have required voters to approve changes to local comprehensive plans.That change would have created too much uncertainty for investors and they would have taken their business elsewhere,Jones said.Competition for investors also has become much more fierce,Jones said.REBOUND,from page 1McDuffie said.He expressed concern over it moving locations and said that he would miss it being in Zephyrhills. The festival is set for March 5-6 at the Pioneer Florida Museum in Dade City. For more information go to www.zephyrhillscelticfestival.com or call (813) 786-2724. Finding the perfect chairWilliam Robinson, from Wesley Chapel, pretended to play video games in a chair he chose at Westbrooke Manor's annual garage sale in Zephyrhills on Feb 5. Photo by Jodi McDonald. COMMUNITY EDUCATION CALENDAR 7050 Gall Boulevard Zephyrhills, FL 33541 www.fhzeph.org FREE and open to the public. Reservations required. Seating is limited. Location: Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Wellness Center Conference Room To Register: 1-877-534-3108 Interventional Pain MedicinePresenterMaulik Bhalani, MD Board Certi“ed in Interventional Pain Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Date: February 3rd | Time: 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. | RSVP: February 1st Shopping Safari Learn How To Eat Healthy!PresenterEthan Bird, MPH, Director of Wellness Date: February 23rd | Time: 2:00 p.m. | RSVP: February 19th Rhythm of Your Heart PresenterNadim Khan, MD Board Certi“ed Cardiologist Date: February 15th | Time: 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. | RSVP: February 11th In”ammation & Aging: How Nutrition Reverses AgingPresentersJeremy McConnell, MD, Board certi“ed in Family Medicine Carol Jennings, Registered Dietician Date: February 22nd | Time: 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. | RSVP: February 18th Meet at Publix on Gall Blvd/301 in Zephyrhills

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New prep football districts setThe Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) has set football districts for the next two high school seasons.Wesley Chapel,Zephyrhills and Pasco will remain as district opponents as they were last year in the new Class 5A-District 6 with Anclote, Fivay,Gulf,Hudson and Ridgewood.Last year the Wildcats,Bulldogs and Pirates district included central Pasco County rivals Land O' Lakes and Sunlake,but those squads moved up to 6A-6. Wiregrass Ranch has been placed in 7A-7 with five Hillsborough County schools,including Chamberlain,Freedom,Gaither, Steinbrenner and Tampa Bay Tech.The Bulls did appeal their placement because new boundaries will reduce the number of students at the school by about 400,but the FHSAA ruled against it.Byrd switches Texas ChristianPasco High senior Jamie Byrd had a late change of heart and signed with Texas Christian University (TCU).He originally committed in January with Boise State University.Byrd did take a trip to TCU's campus,but it was very late in the recruiting process.Byrd was voted the Sunshine Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the year following his senior season where he helped the Pirates go 11-1 and advance to the Class 3A regional semifinals. The Horn Frogs went 13-0 last season,defeating the Wisconsin Badgers in the Rose Bowl.They finished the year as the No.2 team in the nation as voted on by the Associated Press.TCU will move from the Mountain West Conference to the Big East in 2012,a conference that includes the University of South Florida.Adult tennis players neededLake Jovita Golf & Country Club,12900 Lake Jovita Blvd.in Dade City,is looking for Check This Out adult tennis players for its match play sessions. There are matches each Tuesday morning at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m.,Friday night at 7 p.m.and Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m.There are groups for those ages 18-50 and another for those older than 50.For more information,call Jeanette Marcus at (813) 417-0061 or visit www.bgtennis.net.San Antonio Relay For LifeThe San Antonio Rotary Club has joined with Tampa Bay Golf and Country club for a celebrity golf tournament on Saturday,Feb. 12.The cost is $95 per golfer and all proceeds go to Relay For Life.The fee includes a golf shirt and lunch. Celebrities from MLB and NFL will be at the event,including but not limited to:ÑArizona Cardinals kicker Jaye Feely ÑJacksonville Jaguars kicker Josh Scobee ÑJacksonville Jaguars punter Adam Podlesh ÑRetired Cincinnati Reds pitcher Sammy Ellis To sign up,e-mail Janice Klein at janiceklein@ymail.com or call (813) 610-6648.Competitive basketball tryoutsThe C & G Bulls competitive travel basketball team is having tryouts each Saturday and Sunday for players in fifth through eighth grade.The tryouts are from 4-6 p.m.at 5105 School Road in Land O' Lakes. For more information,call (813) 957-0929 or e-mail candgbulls@yahoo.com.Relay For Life golf tournament The Land O' Lakes High Relay For Life team,Penny's From Heaven,is having a golf tournament to benefit the American Cancer Society. The event is at The Groves Golf & Country Club,7924 Melogold Circle in Land O Lakes,on Saturday,April 2 at 8:30 a.m.The registration deadline is March 27.The event is limited to the first 108 golfers who sign up.The cost is $55 per golfer and includes a steak lunch.Those interested can either sign up as a team or join a foursome.To register,call team captain Kathy Zarek at (813) 404-9691 or Denise Deremigio at (813) 417-9790.Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Wiregrass Ranch girls soccer team came up one game short of the final four, dropping the Class 4A regional finals 4-0 to Harmony High Feb.4. The Longhorns (18-1) scored all of their goals off set pieces,including cashing in the first three corner kicks of the contest. "We did well in open play,but the set pieces just killed us and not being able to put it in the back of the net ourselves wasn't helpful either"said Wiregrass Ranch first-year coach Erin Dodd. All season,the Bulls (23-3-2) had been able to set up their speedy forwards with on target passes from midfielders,but Wiregrass Ranch seemed to be just a half step off all evening. "That's really what it seemed like," Dodd said."I don't feel like we played our best soccer.I felt like Harmony played with a little more intensity then we did,and we just couldn't get it done." Dodd also said Harmony was the first team that was able to match their speed, shutting the Bulls out for only the second time this season.The Longhorns held A.J. Blount and Berlin Waters,who had 61 goals combined this year,to just three shots total. "Their team was fast,and maybe just one step faster,"Dodd said. The Longhorns got on the board in the 10th minute when Kaley Ward sent a corner kick from the left side that was headed in by Payton Leffew.Less than five minutes later Ward set up Caitlin Beam on a nearly identical play. Ward added the third tally herself off a corner kick in the second half that bounced off Bulls goalkeeper Dayton Wetherby and the crossbar before going in.Kendall Pollock added the final goal off a free kick from 40 yards out. In the regional semifinals three nights before,Wiregrass Ranch defeated district revival River Ridge High 2-1.Blount scored both goals in the contest. Despite coming up short in the regional finals,the Bulls had their first 20-win season,won their first game in a district tournament en route to the Class 4ADistrict 8 championship and won two games in regionals. "Everything has just been happening so fast and I don't think any of us have had an opportunity to sit down and realize what we've accomplished,"Dodd said."They're upset now,but once they have some time off and they look back on the season they'll realize they need to had their heads high and be proud because it was a great season." As a sendoff,Dodd subbed in all six of her seniors to close the game.She said she wanted to make sure they all got a chance to end their playing time on the field.Set pieces put stop to Wiregrass Ranch's season Sierra Monday was one of the seniors who helped the Bulls go further than any other team in program history. (File photo)By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comPasco and Land O'Lakes high school boys soccer teams entered the Class 4A regional quarterfinals with only three combined losses,and the fourth ended the Gators year. The Pirates (21-2) took the game against Land O'Lakes (23-2) 1-0 in Gator Stadium Feb.3. "We came with a game plan and it worked,"said Pasco coach Berry Grayling. That plan Ñ frustrate Land O'Lakes with lock-down defense and capitalize on mistakes. "They played very well defensively,"said Gators coach Mark Pearson."They shut down a lot of our angles and space.We didn't create as many opportunities as we could.É It wasn't the most attractive soccer,but obviously effective." Effective enough to shutout Land O' Lakes for the first time all season. "We weren't generating enough opportunities,"Pearson said."It was too few and far between.I don't want to make excuses,but it's two years in a row we've lost our best players.Nathan Dalton we missed so badly tonight.He is our engine and he's been our motivator.He's done so much behind the ball and created so much for other players. We struggled for the last week to try and find a way to replace that." Dalton was out with a concussion,while Ryan Bowen was missing because of a broken bone in his ankle. "All of a sudden a lot of our options got limited,"Pearson said.He then added,"I give Pasco a lot of credit.They did a great job defensively."While the Gators were suffering through those injuries,the Pirates got back Daniel Corona and Eric Garcia,who missed Pasco's upset loss to Hudson High in the district finals.The lone tally came off the head of junior Dillon Dunbar.The goal found its way past Gators goalkeeper Kody Parker.Dunbar said Grayling moved him into the middle of the Pasco attack to take advantage of his height. "I'm the tallest on the team and it meant there was someone there in the middle for the passes,"said Dunbar,who is 6-foot-2. Pasco lost to the Gators 3-2 in January, giving Land O'Lakes the Sunshine Athletic Conference title.Grayling said he thinks that loss actually put more pressure on the Gators."We were the underdogs,"Grayling said. "All the pressure was off us a little bit this time.The boys said they had nothing to lose."Dunbar said it was very rewarding to get the win because,"It was the hardest game of the season. "It's really tough playing in a game like this,"Dunbar continued."I've been on varsity for three years and I've never gotten past the first game of regionals before.I'm just happy to get a win in regionals." The Gators had several chances late in the contest,including a deflection off a throw-in by Jake Frahm that went just wide."I was worried,"Dunbar said."They're all taller than us.Their No.12 (Frahm),his throw-ins are like corner kicks.He throws them so far.I was just hoping to clear the ball out on the first chance.Thankfully we did."The Pirates will host the regional semifinals at 7 p.m.on Tuesday,Feb.8 against Sunlake High.Pasco defeated the Seahawks 2-0 earlier this year.Pasco takes defensive struggle against Land O'Lakes Pasco's Dillon Dunbar shields off Land O'Lakes'Nicholas Kempton during the Pirates 1-0 win in the regional quarterfinals. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com) 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 9,2011 14

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 9,2011 15 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comDespite having two new starters and new coach,the Land O'Lakes High girls basketball team brought home the Class 4A-District 8 championship with a 58-53 win against Citrus High Feb.5.The Gators (22-2) were led by sophomore Simone Brown, a Wesley Chapel High transfer,who poured in 27 points including 15 in the fourth quarter.Senior guard Julia Della Penna added 14 to the scoreboard,nearly double her season average."It's been a learning experience for us all,"said Land O' Lakes first-year coach Laurie Fitzpatrick."I had to learn what the girls did well and how to make all the pieces fit together.We had some injuries early, which didn't help that,but by the end we were really clicking and I think that showed." Fitzpatrick said most of her girls were sick during the tournament. "Simone had to run to the trashcan during timeouts because she was getting sick," Fitzpatrick said."They weren't going to let that stop them." The Gators took down Wiregrass Ranch 55-49 in the semifinals.Senior point guard Shanel Sweet,a Gaither High transfer,had 17 points in the contest and sunk her last six free throws in the closing minutes to keep her squad ahead."It was two games that came down to the very end,"Fitzpatrick said."I was nervous.I was biting my nails in both games. The girls stepped up big time on a big stage."Land O'Lakes will now host Mitchell High at 7 p.m.on Thursday,Feb.10.Wildcats get first district titleThe Academy at the Lakes girls basketball team has come a long way from the squad that finished 0-15 last year.Karim Nohra was brought in to coach the Wildcats and installed a pressure defense that helped them defeat Keswick Christian 42-31 in the 1A-9 title game Feb.5. The academy caused 25 turnovers in the contest.Marjorie Rivera,an eighth grader,led the academy in scoring with 16 points while adding six assists. In the semis,the Wildcats defeated one of Nohra's former squads Cambridge Christian 54-32 thanks in large part to their defense,which held the Lancers to just one field goal in the first quarter. The academy will next host Sarasota Christian at 7 p.m.on Thursday,Feb.10.SPORTS Marjorie Rivera Shanel SweetLand O'Lakes brings home district goldThe Wesley Chapel High girls basketball team has overcome a lot this season,but the squad came up just short of regionals. The Wildcats (17-9) could not score with Gulf High in the Class 4A-District 7 semifinals at Ridgewood High.The No.1 seed Buccaneers (24-4) defeated No.4 Wesley Chapel 51-21 Feb.4. In the quarterfinals,Wesley Chapel took down east Pasco County rival Pasco High 4619.Sophomore point guard Tiffany Echevarria led the way for the Wildcats in the contest with 15 points,while senior guard Hannah Noble and junior forward Saphrianece Reynolds each added 11. The Wildcats had a difficult start to the season because of a late change to their coach.Karim Nohra,who led the squad to backto-back regional finals appearance,was not retained as coach.The Wildcats turned to Shawn Brown to lead the squad,but he was not picked until around the start of the school year,giving Wesley Chapel no summer camp and little preseason workout time.The Wildcats rebounded quickly to still post a winning season,but will not be able to make it three straight regional finals appearances.Wildcats come up one game short of regionals Shawn Brown took over the Wesley Chapel program this year. (File photos) Hannah Noble was the only senior for Wesley Chapel this year. Lifeshouldntlooklikeanoldrerun. ThatswhyIchosethecataract replacementlensthatcorrects morethanjustcataracts.ŽFlorenceHenderson,Crystalenspatient,2009 ! "#!!$ !% !$ &!&! " '$$ " !( "! !')*'##!* ! "%')+,!-."' /0121,!." '45%,!." ' Call Dr. Kaufman to schedule an appointment. Crystalens®is the only replacement lens designed to correct both your cataracts and give you a more natural range of vision. So you can see clearly, whether you're reading abook or looking across a beach. You dont have to live with hazy, blurry vision. Only your surgeon can determine if Crystalens is right for you.Zephyrhills6329 US 301 (Gall Blvd.)(813) 788-7616 www.KaufmanEyeInstitute.com Also serving Sun City Center and Bushnell $250rebate pereyethru2/9

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 9,2011 16 Senior leader all time in assists and touchdownsBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comIt would be an understatement to say Wiregrass Ranch senior James Tringali knows how to set up others to succeed. Tringali entered this year already as the Bulls leader in passing touchdowns as the starting quarterback and also the all-time leader in assists as a guard on the basketball squad. "I never really thought of it like that," Tringali said of leading in both statistics."It is kind of fun to think of all the time my passes have set someone else up to score.I've been lucky to have great teammates in football and basketball to make that happen." Tringali became the Wiregrass Ranch starting quarterback halfway through his freshman season.Statistics were not kept as well before Jeremy Shobe became the Bulls football coach in 2008,but Tringali has recorded 3,219 passing yards on 277 completions and 23 touchdowns since then,all program records.He has also added 458 rushing yards and another five scores. "He's been very consistent for us and has gotten better each year,"Shobe said."He's always gone out and worked as hard as anyone I've coached.James is a very competitive person and always wants to be the best.He strives to win.He's fought his way up." Tringali's play helped guide Wiregrass Ranch to its first district championship in football as a senior and the first winning season in program history (6-5). "It wasn't always easy for him,"Shobe said."Two years ago we had another kid challenge him for the starting spot.His name is (Jonathon) Economou and he got into several games.When James was on the sidelines,he was the perfect teammate.He didn't put his head down or start feeling sorry for himself.He used it as fuel to get better and I'm proud of him for how he handled that." Economou transferred to Freedom High, where he just completed his junior season. On the basketball court,Tringali has 361 career assists,far and away better than anyone else in the school's first five years.His passing has helped the Bulls complete the regular season with an 18-7 record. He is not limited to playing point guard on the hard court,recording 640 career points,401 rebounds and 133 steals. "He's been very versatile for us over the years,"said Bulls boys basketball coach Jeremy Calzone."He mainly plays in the backcourt,but moves all over depending on the game." One player who has benefited from Tringali's passing in both sports is senior Antwan Prince.The two connected for 598 yards on 37 completions and five touchdowns in 2010;more than any other Bulls combination.However,in basketball Prince sets up Tringali to score just as often because the two rotate playing point guard. "It's kind of fun when you think about it,"Tringali said of Prince setting him up to score in basketball."In football we did our thing with me getting him the ball,but now he'll get me the ball just as much.It's really fun." Tringali has enjoyed his time on the field and in the gym,but says the sports could not be more different. "There are a lot more eyes on you in football,"Tringali said."A lot more things can happen.Basketball is more of a flow game. You kind of let everything else dictate what you do.You go where the game takes you.In football,as the quarterback,you set the pace and control everything." Tringali was a Sunshine Athletic Conference (SAC) honorable mention for football this season.His basketball goals are to get back to first-team all SAC like last season while leading Pasco County in assists and getting the basketball team its first district championship. Tringali has received interest from several colleges to play quarterback,including Brown University and Davidson College. "He'll be playing on the next level for sure,"Shobe said."He has the talent and desire and is one of the smartest kids in the school." Tringali is currently ranked 71st out of 407 seniors at Wiregrass Ranch with a 3.91 weighted grade point average.He also has 117 community service hours. "I've loved everything about going to Wiregrass Ranch,"Tringali said."I've loved helping build the athletics,but I've always understood that education comes first. That's why we're student athletes." The Bulls next play in the Class 4ADistrict 8 district tournament at Nature Coast against River Ridge High at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday,Feb.9. ÐAll stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches.Tringali sets standards for Bulls passing Antwan Prince (shooting) and James Tringali are both guards for the Bulls basketball team and also played for the football squad. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com) James Tringali is the Wiregrass Ranch alltime leader in passing yards and touchdowns. (File photo)SPORTS Weare seeking submissions for Athlete of the Week!Anyone may make submissions: parents, coaches, teachers or athletes. Submissions can be anyone or any team from any sport. Athletes need not have won awards to be recognized.Send your submissions to klojacono@cnewspubs.com Pickett comes up large in Super Bowl XLVZephyrhills native Ryan Pickett helped the Green Bay Packers win Super Bowl XLV 31-25 against the Pittsburgh Steelers Feb 6. Pickett, a defensive lineman, had two tackles in the contest, including the one on running back Rashard Mendenhall that caused a fumble in the second half. Pickett is a 10-year NFLveteran who was playing in his second Super Bowl. He made the title game with the St. Louis Rams as a rookie, but his team came up short to the New England Patriots. The 340-pound Pickett is the first Zephyrhills High graduate to win a Super Bowl. (File photo) Custom photographybeginning atÉ Business portraits........ $50 (For websites, facebook, business cards) Graduation portraits..... $60 Family portraits.......... $75 Special events.......... $100 Weddings................ $800Also offering unique CD and web packages with music, video and photography.We always go the extra mile. Let us bring our studio to you!813.507.5747www.photosby3g.com • Glenn@photosby3g.com www.facebook.com/Threegphotography

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You get what you pay for!The Laker Ð Zephyrhills/Dade City Edition has twice the circulation of The Zephyrhills News. Our ads get more results because we deliver to double the homes and businesses every week.Let's compare DOUBLE THE CIRCULATIONThe Laker Ð Zephyrhills/Dade City Edition:7,650**Circulation Verification Audit, Sept. 30, 2010. Circulation is the number of papers printed and distributed weekly.49% FEWER READERSZephyrhills News Circulation: 3,874**Oct. 28, 2010 Publisher's Statement. Circulation is the number of papers printed and distributed weekly. Invest in resultsBefore you spend your hard-earned money on advertising, make sure you are getting the most for your money by comparing your cost per thousand. Example: $100 ad in The Laker Ð Zephyrhills/Dade City is $13.15 per thousand. $100 ad in The Zephyrhills News is $26.13 per thousand.Is there any doubt which paper is the better buy?The LAKER• 813.909.2800 • sales@cnewspubs.com *Circulation Verification Audit, Sept. 30, 2010** Oct. 28, 2010 Publishers Statement Weekly Newspapers in ZephyrhillsBy CirculationThe Laker*.......................7,650 The Zephyrhills News**..3,874 TheLAKER FEBRUARY 2,2011 FREE Zephyr hills/Dade City Edition By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comA player who honed his skills at Bulldog Stadium at Zephyrhills High School will play beneath much brighter lights on Sunday,Feb.6. Ryan Pickett,a member of the Green Bay Packers,is headed to his second Super Bowl. The defensive lineman was born in Zephyrhills and played with the Bulldogs from 1994-1997.Some of his fondest memories are of playing Friday nights against Pasco County rivals like Pasco High and Land O'Lakes High. "That's where I learned the game," Pickett said."That's where I'm from and it'll always feel like home.I don't live there anymore,but I take any chance I have to get back." Tom Fisher coached Pickett at Zephyrhills and remembers him as one of the biggest and strongest he has seen. Fisher is still a teacher at Zephyrhills and said Pickett was definitely one of the best he has ever coached. Zephyrhills principal SteveVan Gorden said his performances are a topic of conversation around the school. "I never meet Ryan,but it's nice to see a local get to the Super Bowl"Van Gorden said."It shows if you work hard,you can be successful no matter where you're from.He's a great role model for anyone that hard work pays off. It's going to be great that he can represent not only the Packers, but Zephyrhills." As a senior at Zephyrhills, Pickett recorded 119 tackles and seven sacks.His accomplishments were honored in 2008 when his alma mater retired his number 79.Pickett still wears the number with the Packers. Pickett was one of the top defensive recruits coming out of high school and signed a scholarship to play at Ohio State University.Unlike most freshman in college,Pickett played in every game his first season,including starting the final nine. He recorded 109 tackles,20 for a loss,and eight sacks at Ohio State. Pickett,31,left after his junior season and was selected with the 29th pick of the first round in the NFL draft by the St.Louis Rams in 2001.He played five years with the Rams before signing with Green Bay as a free agent after the 2005 season. He was re-signed by the club before this season to a four-year,$28 million contract. During his 10-year career, Pickett has recorded 454 tackles, nine sacks and 24 passes defensed in 148 games.This season,he played in 14 regular season games, 12 starts,and racked up 32 tackles and a sack. Pickett reached the Super Bowl his rookie season in St.Louis,but was denied the Lombardi Trophy by the New England Patriots.A decade later,he gets his second shot this weekend in Dallas. "I've never been back and I've been dying to get another chance,"Pickett said. "As a rookie I didn't know what to expect. Getting there as a rookie,you kind of think you're going to get back every year.After 10 years I've learned it's not that easy.I'm making sure the younger guys know this might be their only chance and to give it everything they've got." Last year,Pickett was a key part of the Packers No.1 ranked rush defense that allowed just 83.3 yards per contest,a franchise record.Pickett and Green Bay were the 5th ranked total defense in 2010, allowing 309.1 yards a game. The Packers defeated the Chicago Bears 21-14 to advance to the Super Bowl, where they will take on the Pittsburg Steelers.Pickett and the defense allowed just 83 rushing yards in the contest and he believes containing the run is the key to getting his first championship.Ryan Pickett represents Zephyrhills in Super Bowl Ryan Pickett on the sidelines as the Packers won their wildcard matchup against the Eagles. (Photo courtesy of the Packers) SUPER SUNDAYSee PICKETT,page13 Kumquat Festival royaltyThe pageant winners, all from Dade City, visited Kumquat Growers in Dade City Jan 28. Front row, from left: Jessie Hart (Little Miss Kumquat Festival), Natalie Rowland (Wee Miss Kumquat Festival), Lauren Steele (Tiny Miss Kumquat Festival), Niki Adkins (PreTeen Miss Kumquat Festival). Back row, from left): Alexis Steele (Young Miss Kumquat Festival) and Amanda Wilcher: (Junior Miss Kumquat Festival). (Photo by Jodi McDonald) More Kumquat fest photos,pages 3,8,13,17. ZHS yearbook reunionAnn Brooke Smith Neukom, editor of the 1958 Zephyrhills High School yearbook, was on a staff that included Margaret Nelson Cherry. Both of their husbands, George Neukom and Floyd Cherry, were in the graduating Class of 1954. Ann met her husband-to-be back in 1957 while trying to sell him an ad in the yearbook at Neukom's Drugstore. (More reunion photos by Tammy Sue Struble,page 10) Ryan Pickett had his No. 79 jersey retired by Zephyrhills High. (File Photo)Main Street Zephyrhills without director By Tammy Sue Strubletstruble@cnewspubs.comSix months after joining Main Street Zephyrhills as executive director,Jennifer Crain no longer works for the organization that seeks to improve economic vitality, quality of life and sense of community in the downtown area. Details of her departure from the organization were unclear this week. A spokesman for the organization,Gary Hatrick,said,"The board is not commenting on the details of her departure.They do appreciate the job she did while she was with them and they wish her well." A man who identified himself as Dan at the Main Street office on Monday also didn't offer much insight.When asked about Crain's departure,he said,"I can't go into that right now.All I can tell you is she is no longer with the company."Crain could not be reached for comment. Saint Anthony Choristers sing for the PopeThe Saint Anthony Choristers, back from Rome, gathered at Saint Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in San Antonio Jan. 30 to talk about their trip. Outside they sang a cappella "Deus Caritas Est" or "God is Love," the theme of the 36th International Congress of Pueri Cantores. Choristers, front row from left, were Melissa Tipton, Catherine Beard and Holly Phelps. In the back were Sandra Lau, choir director, Kathleen Ryan, Sarah Pollock, Veronica Richter, Mary Pollock and Rose Phelps. Other members who also went to Rome but not in the photo are Shelby Phelps, Summer Fields, Kathleen White, Shanon Teicher, Yarelis Fontanez and Jolynn Hillis. (Photo by Tammy Sue Struble) See story,page 2. See DIRECTOR,page13 LOLLIPOP MAKES SUPER DEBUT,page 5 CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 9,2011 17

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