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FEBRUARY 16, 2011






Zhede Ciy E


Zephyrhills/Dade City Edition


Love was in the air on Valentine's Day in Dade City



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Domingos Dias and Maria Tecla were excitedly awaiting their nup- Married for 46 years, Chris Stoat, left and Jack Stoat from Zephyrhills
tials at the Dade City Historic Courthouse in downtown Dade City came to watch and enjoy the mass wedding at the Historic Courthouse
where they held a mass wedding on Valentine's Day. More photos, in downtown Dade City on Valentines Day - they thought it was


page 8. (Photos by Jodi McDonald)


romantic.


Only one

council member

draws election

challenge

By Tammy Sue Struble
tstruble@cnewspubs.com

Two City Council members were
automatically re-elected this week
when nobody qualified to run against
them.
Seat 1 incumbent Lance Smith and
Seat 3 Councilman Kenneth Compton
were the only candidates to file by the
qualification period, which ended at
noon Tuesday, Feb. 15.
For Seat 5, incumbent Manny Funes
drew a challenge from Zephyrhills
business owner Charles Proctor.
This election cycle does not in-
clude Seats 2 and 4 and the mayor's
race.
Election Day is April 12.


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Pasco Regional to

triple its emergency

department

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

The ambulance that was part of the
groundbreaking of Pasco Regional Medical
Center's expanded emergency department
almost did not make it in time.
The ambulance had to go out on call in
Zephyrhills and did not get back until 10
minutes before the ceremo-
ny began, a near absence
that illustrates the growing Pasco Re
need for emergency servic-
es in east Pasco County. emerged
"There's certainly an in- expansion
creasing demand for *Adding 8,4C
emergency services," said feetspa
Gary Lang, Pasco Regional's
CEO. "It's happening all -Adding eigh
across the country. I think rooms
it's because a lot of people .Adding new
don't have primary care
physicians anymore, so they equipment
use the emergency room in Renovating
many ways as their primary 4,300 square
care physicians. We're cer- * Set for com
tainly willing and able to
take care of all those folks 275 days
and we will also have the
ability to treat more people
with strokes and chest pains and similar
problems."
Lang said the existing ER sees nearly
20,000 visitors each year.
"Now we'll have the capacity to see
30,000-35,000 easily," Lang said.
The multi-million dollar project began
Feb. 9 and will take about nine months to
complete.
A hospital spokeswoman said the expan-


sion has been in the works for about two
years and will be in what is now the parking
lot in front of the ER. It will add 8,400
square feet to the existing 4,300 in the de-
partment, create eight new examination
rooms and put in dedicated imaging equip-
ment, said Katie Bryant.
"It's going to facilitate getting patients
seen quicker," said Dr. Petros Tsambiras, chief
of staff at the hospital."It will make things
much faster."
Part of that speed will come from the ad-
ditional space, but also the new equipment.
"We'll have a dedicated CT scan for the
ER," Lang said."We actually average from the
time someone walks in the door to the time
they leave less than 2.5 hours.The national
average is somewhere between three and
3.5 hours. Those ancillary services in the
new ER will help with that speed."
Pasco Regional is owned by Health
Management Associates (HMA), which has
54 hospitals in 15 states.The parent compa-
ny's president and CEO Gary Newsome said
the expansion fits in line with what HMA is
doing nationally.


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"HMA is right now
spending $300 million in ex-
pansion and renovation
projects around the coun-
try," Newsome said."We have
confidence in our communi-
ties and we believe in this
community here.That's why
we're spending money in
this economy, but it's not the
bricks and mortar that make
a hospital like this great. It's
the people here."
Newsome surprised one
of those hospital employees
at the groundbreaking cere-
mony. He said he had been
reading positive comments
from patients about the ER
and noticed registered nurse
Sharon McKendree's name


on several. He brought her up to the podi-
um and thanked her.
Lang pointed out that the expansion is
just one of several upgrades the hospital has
made in the last year. Pasco Regional opened
a catheter lab for heart treatment last
November.
"We actually did four catheters today,"
Lang said.
See PASCO REGIONAL, page 13


Tommytown facelift finished


Section of Dade City gets
upgrades to roads, sewers

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Margareta Della Penna has lived in
Tommytown with her husband Marcus for
nearly 30 years and they remember what
the old area looked like not that long ago.
"Worst road," Della Penna remembered.
"Holes, gaps and very bumpy. Our son (Sal)
and his friends would come home with cuts
on their legs because they would fall trying
to skateboard on the road.... There wasn't a
sidewalk for them.Just dirt."
Della Penna said Sal always had at least
one, and usually three or four, bandages on
his legs because of the falls. Sal is now 28


years old, but if he ever
gets the desire to pull
out his old skateboard,
he will have a much
smoother ride.
That is because
Pasco County complet-
ed an improvement
project in the Dade City
community on Feb. 8.
The nearly $8.5 million
project, paid for by a
federal loan, followed a
smaller but similar project to help the impov-
erished east Pasco County community.
The job included adding sidewalks along
Lock Street, also known as Calle De
Milagros, between 14th and 21st streets
while repaving the road, adding seven miles
See TOMMYTOWN, page 13


ZHS leaders win at scholarship tournament
The Zephyrhills High School team proudly displays its trophies as the high scoring team at the
Rotary Club of Zephyrhills Bowl-A-Thon Saturday, Feb. 12 at Pin Chasers in Zephyrhills. From
left are ZHS Principal Steve Van Gorden, assistant principals Scott Davey and John Taylor,
ZHS staffer Tonya Campbell and her husband Skip Campbell. The event raised more than
$4,000 for scholarships for ZHS seniors. More photos, page 3. (Photo by Gary S. Hatrick)





Pasco County rolls out


prescription savings program


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

BettyWeymouth spends between $150
and $300 for her bi-monthly trip to fill her
four prescription medications.
TheWesley Chapel resident suffers from
high blood pressure,joint pain and breath-
ing problems. It has become difficult for her
to maintain her prescription drug regimen,
but a new Pasco County program will make
things a little easier.
Points of Care, which start-
ed Feb. 1, allows Pasco
residents to save from 10 to
50 percent off their prescrip-
tions, diabetes materials,
hearing aids and other medical
supplies.There are no qualifica-
tions for age, income or
pre-existing conditions.
Scott Stromer, Pasco
County's purchasing director,
said the program was created A
for those who do not have prescrip-
tion drug coverage with their health
insurance, or inWeymoth's case, if there are
medications not covered.
"The board of county commissioners ac-
tively sought a program at no expense to
the county that reduces prescription costs
for residents and generates revenue to sup-
port the Human Services Division," Stromer
said."First and foremost, the program is de-
signed to help residents save money,
especially those who are unable to secure
insurance or experiencing financial difficul-
ties in the current economic environment."
Universal Rx will administer the pro-
gram.
"We are excited to help the residents of
Pasco County save money on prescription
medications," said Jan Sessor, president of


Universal Rx. "During difficult economic
times, savings is important and can mean
the difference of prescriptions being pur-
chased or not each month.We are confident
that our savings program will make a differ-
ence for the people in Pasco County, and
more importantly, bring a little relief to the
high cost of medications."
Weymouth, 68, was very happy to hear
about the new program.
"Oh that's a Godsend,"Weymouth said.
"Sometimes I wonder if I'll have
enough. My husband and I are
both retired and this will really
help."
The county did have a plan
to help with prescription costs
as part of the National
Association of Counties, but
it was dropped to save
money to place the current
budget.
The new agreement will
actually earn the county
money, $1.52 per prescription filled.
Stromer said the county expects to raise as
much as $250,000 per year with the pro-
gram. Money raised will go to Pasco's
human services department to help needy
families pay their electricity and other bills.
Residents can visit
www.PascoRxCard.com to print a card,
which is free, that will let them participate.
The cards can also be picked up at any
county community services office or library.
Once they have a card, people just have
to present it at one of the more than 45,000
participating pharmacies nationwide, in-
cluding CVS, Kmart, Publix, Sam's Club,
Sweetbay, Target, Walgreens, Wal-Mart and
Winn-Dixie.
For more information on the program,
call (727) 847-2411.


We Love Our Troops event at Zephyr Park
Zephyrhills residents including David DeMille, from left, Charlie Shea, Joanne DeMille and
Gordan Steeves have a good time playing music together for the attendees at the We Love
Our Troops event in Zephyrhills Feb 13. (Photos by Jodi McDonald)


Alexis Ward, left, and Alyssa Terwilliger, who both attend Zephyrhills High School, set up
their own booth to earn money for a school trip to Europe at the We Love Our Troops event
in Zephyrhills Feb 13.


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What's for lunch - A good meal served with a smile


Cafeteria manager

from Zephyrhills

wins district award

By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

WhenVonnie Maples began working in a
school lunchroom, she wasn't intending to
make it a career.
"I started at Pasco High School in Dade
City," said Maples, of Zephyrhills.
"A friend of mine worked in the kitchen
and she called me and said,"We had a lady
who got hurt.Just come help us for a cou-
ple of days."
She agreed to step in, temporarily.
"That was 27 years ago."
Sticking with it was sort of a no-brainer.
"I absolutely loved it," Maples said.
Through the years, she has gone from
being a cafeteria worker at Pasco High to
being an assistant manager at Pasco Middle,
where her husband,Wendell, now teaches.
Next, she was an assistant manager at
Sand Pine Elementary, before being promot-
ed to manager. She then ran both Sand Pine
and New River Elementary, when both
schools were located at Sand Pine. Finally,
she took the helm ofWatergrass Elementary
inWesley Chapel, where she works today.
Recently, she was named the Non-
Instructional, Non-Bargaining Employee of
theYear for Pasco County Schools.
"I was in shock. I truly didn't expect it.
They called my name and I just sat there.
"When you stop and think about how
many people are in this district, it was very
humbling. It really was."
She loves her work.
"I have a passion for people being happy
with what I offer them every day.
"There are so many, many, many kids that


Vonnie Maples sits at her desk in her office at Watergrass Elementary School. She oversees
the school cafeteria, which requires doing a fair amount of work on the computer in addition
to helping with other tasks. (Photo by B.C. Manion)


this is all they have every day to eat.There's
nothing else. Because I know there are kids
that that's all they have (to eat) every day, I
want them to have the best food, in the
cleanest environment, with the most friend-
ly service that they can get."
School kitchens are much different
places than they were when Maples served
her first cafeteria meal.
"When I first started 27 years ago, we
had cases upon cases of raw products.
Chicken, ground beef, eggs."
Health concerns changed that.
"We don't use any raw products any
more,' she said.
There weren't many pre-packaged foods
when she started, either.
"We were slicing frozen hamburgers on
the slicer to make hamburgers for kids.We


made our rolls from scratch. We cooked
turkeys at Thanksgiving and picked all of the
meat off the bones. We had turkey and
dressing' and potatoes and gravy and all of
that stuff."
Now, many recipes call for using pre-
packaged sauces or other ready-to-eat
ingredients - to assure uniformity and nu-
tritional content, she said.
The Pasco school district puts a premi-
um on serving healthy food.
"Pasco County is always the leader in
meeting the nutritional standards," she said.
"We have very good people at district of-
fice and they try to stay on top of what is
coming, so we're always prepared by the
time it's mandatory."
Running a school kitchen is a busy job.
Maples and her staff serve 120 to 150


breakfasts a day atWatergrass Elementary.
They serve 350 to 375 children at lunch and
about 40 adults.The adult menu is different
from the kids' menu except on days when
Maples is dishing up volume foods, such as
spaghetti or orange chicken with rice.
"We take a lot of pride in the fact that we
do serve a lot of adults," Maples said.
Kindergarten teacher Janell Perez said
she enjoys the food. She also noted that sub-
stitute teachers atWatergrass soon learn that
they're in for a treat.
"The lunches are very good,' Perez said.
The teacher added that Maples is quick
to help when the teachers want to do some-
thing special for kids.
The lunchroom always looks cheerful,
Perez added.
Atmosphere counts, Maples said."I can-
not stand my kitchen looking institutional."
Those nominating Maples for the award
cited numerous attributes, including her
sensitivity, her attention to detail, her level-
headed nature and her ability to make
others feel appreciated and respected.
While pleased by the recognition, Maples
credits her staff for helping her in her quest
to serve satisfying meals.
She also appreciates the help of a volun-
teer who pitches in, often as many as three
times a week.
"He volunteers from 7 to sometimes 1
o'clock," said Maples, who has known the
man all of her life.
"It's my dad," she said. "I've got him
trained pretty good," she added, laughing.
The recent award gratifies Maples, but
there is something she would treasure
more.
When people where she's worked look
back on their days at that school, she hopes
that they'll think this:"I was glad every day
to go into that cafeteria where I knew I
would get a nutritious, hot meal that was
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Wesley Chapel principal named top in county


Beth Brown focuses

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When Beth Brown decided to become a
teacher two decades ago, she didn't think of
it in terms of simply choosing a career.
"It's like a calling," said Brown, recently
named as Pasco County Schools'
Administrator of the Year.
She taught social studies for nine years
before moving into the administrative ranks.
In some respects, being a teacher and
being a principal are the same, Brown
said.Teachers lead their students; princi-
pals lead the faculty and staff. Both have
the same goal: They want to create the
best learning environment they can for
every student.
Brown views herself as the instructional
leader at John Long Middle in Wesley
Chapel.
She has been at the helm of the district's
second-largest school since it opened in
2006.
Brown is fully aware of the central role
that teachers play in delivering excellence
in education.
"The most important job that I have is to
select the very best teacher to put in front
of these kids."
Once the right teachers are in place,
Brown said,"you empower teacher leaders."
The principal, who was selected first as
the district's secondary principal of the year
and then as its most outstanding administra-
tor overall, said she has worked to build a
structure at her school that encourages
teachers to lead one another.


She keeps her focus on
academics and delegates
other issues such as facilities
and transportation to her as-
sistants. Those issues are
important, she said, but in-
struction matters more.
The goal at John Long
Middle is that every student
will attain at least a year of
progress, regardless where
they are on the educational
spectrum.
"We meet them where
they are," Brown said.
Brown said she's fortu-
nate that the parents at her
school demonstrate support
through a large and active
Parent Teacher Student
Association.
Many parents routinely
check their child's progress
through an electronic track-
ing system that keeps tabs
on student attendance and
progress.
"They are plugged in," .
Brown said. They know, for
instance, whether or not
their child showed up for
third-period, she added.
Safety is also of utmost
importance to Brown.
Every staff member at
her school helps with stu-
dent supervision, she said. Beth Brown p
There are also electronic taking a brief
eyes helping keep watch, Schools'seco
she said. There are 48 cam-
eras in the cafeteria and common areas, she
said. "The kids know it."
Such vigilance tends to reduce potential
problems, Brown said.John Long Middle has
the lowest percentage of discipline prob-


oses at her desk at John Long Middle School,
break in her busy job of running Pasco
ond-largest school. (Photo by B.C. Manion)
lems in the district.
That's not to say that there aren't prob-
lems that must be addressed, she said.
Recently she had the drug dog at school be-
cause there was a rumor a student had


drugs. Nothing turned up, she said.
Brown's leadership receives high praise
from people nominating her as the district's
secondary principal of the year. She was
honored for that and for being the county's
top administrator Jan. 29 at the Pasco
Schools Center for the Arts at Wesley
Chapel.
"I see these awards as an opportunity for
the board to say "thank you" to all of our
staff," said Joanne Hurley, chairwoman of the
Pasco County School Board.
"As you know, money is very tight.They
haven't had a raise in years," Hurley said.
Despite that, Hurley said it's gratifying to
see so much good work being done by em-
ployees.
"I walk into schools and I see excellence
all of the time," Hurley said.
Those nominating Brown were effusive
in their praise.
"She runs a village of students in her
above-capacity school in a smooth and effi-
cient manner," one nomination notes. She
prioritizes"the needs of students" and culti-
vates "a professional learning environment
that allows all students" to reach his or her
potential, it adds.
"Beth is clearly an innovative leader who
masterfully handles all aspects of school-
based leadership. She understands what it
means to be a true instructional leader, re-
lates well with her faculty, students, families
and community, and understands the neces-
sity of raising and tackling difficult issues,"
another nomination states.
She was also described as "a wonderful
supporter of the arts."
Brown was pleased and humbled by her
selection.
Before the awards were announced,
Brown said she was reading through the list
of prior honorees.
"Just to be on the list with those people
is amazing," Brown said.


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Healthy heart for women lecture
Dr. James Smith, cardiologist and The
Women's Center at University Community
Hospital, will lead a lecture on how women
can keep their hearts healthy.The free class
is from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 17.
Light refreshments will be served. Seating is
limited.To register, call (877) 4824362.

Gulfside Regional support groups
Gulfside Regional Hospice has changed
its meeting times and locations for its be-
reavement support groups and added
several others. In central and east Pasco
County, the meetings are:
-Grief and Loss Support Group each
Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Gulfside's Thrift
Shoppe, 21780 SR 54 in Lutz.
-Newly Bereaved Support Group each
Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at Gulfside's east
administrative office, 37826 Sky Ridge Circle
Lafayette in Dade City.
-Parents Support Group meets each
Wednesday except for the last week of the
month at 4 p.m. at Redlands Christian
MigrantAssociation, 1533 14th St. in Dade
City.
-Youth Grief Support Group meets
each Wednesday except for the last week of
the month at 4 p.m. at Redlands Christian
MigrantAssociation, 1533 14th St. in Dade
City.
-Loss of a Loved One Support Group
meets every other Thursday at 10 a.m. at the
Edwinola, 14235 EdwinolaWay in Dade City.
-Alumni Circle of Life Group 2011
meets each Thursday at 1 p.m. at Gulfside's
east administrative office, 37826 Sky Ridge
Circle Lafayette in Dade City.
-Loss of a Loved One Support Group
meets each Thursday at 3:45 p.m. at West
WindsAssisted Living Facility in Zephyrhills.
Free individual counseling is also avail-
able by appointment made by calling (813)
780-1235 or (727) 844-3946.
All of Gulfside's support groups are free
and open to the public for anyone who is


experiencing grief from the loss of a loved
one. All groups are led by a trained grief
counselor. Prior association with Gulfside
Regional Hospice is not needed to attend
any groups.

Good Health Movement classes
Good Health Movement is an information
source that focuses on ways to reduce stress.
Various sessions also include simple move-
ments with Chinese origins that go back
thousands of years to help with stress.All class-
es are free.There is one group eachTuesday at
10:30 a.m. at Pasco Regional Medical Center,
13100 Fort King Road in Dade City, and anoth-
er the fourth Tuesday of each month at 2 p.m.
at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, 7050 Gall Blvd.
in Zephyrhills.To RSVP or for more informa-
tion, e-mail NancyFinck@gmail.com or call
(727) 643-7159.

12-step recovery program
A one day, 12-step back to basics work-
shop for people working any 12-step
program, at the Bentley Commons
Conference Room, 38130 Pretty Pond Road
in Zephyrhills, on Saturday, Feb. 26, from 9
a.m.-4:30 p.m. Space is limited. For more in-
formation (813) 3554197 or (863) 422-0389.

Breast cancer support group
Florida Hospital Zephyrhills hosts a breast
cancer support group called Caring
Connections the third Tuesday of each
month at 2 p.m.The group meets at 38055
Arbor Ridge Drive in Zephyrhills. Caring
Connections is open for any woman who has
or has had breast cancer. Participants share
their stories and offer emotional support. For
more information, call (813) 779-6424.

Weight Watchers Sunday group
A Weight Watchers support group in
Wesley Chapel meets at 12:45 p.m. each
Sunday at Sports+Field, 2029 Arrowgrass
Drive. For more information or to register
for the group, call (813) 500-4528.


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Boucher. Front row from left are Carol Bain, Fran Reedman, Carolyn Sentelik and Debbie
Kristol-lrwin. They are seen during the check presentation to Florida Hospital Zephyrhills'
future breast center. (Photo courtesy of Florida Hospital Zephyrhills)

Brighton Collectibles helps future breast center


Brighton Collectibles at The Shops at
Wiregrass donated $544,000 to the Florida
Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation to help
make the future Comprehensive Breast
Center.
Proceeds were raised from Brighton's
Power of Pink Campaign.Throughout last
October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month,
breast cancer awareness bracelets were
sold. For its donation, Brighton Collectibles'
name will be on one of two dressing rooms

Florida Hospital meetings
Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, 7050 Gall
Blvd. in Zephyrhills, hosts several support
groups, including:
-Alcoholics Anonymous at 10 a.m. each
Friday.
-Depression support at 7 p.m. each Monday.
-Diabetes classes at 3:30 p.m. the first
Tuesday of each month.
-Fibromyalgia support at 2 p.m. the first


in the new center.
The Comprehensive Breast Center at
Florida Hospital Zephyrhills is scheduled to
open this fall. It will bring together all of the
breast health services at the hospital in one
location.With the help of a nurse navigator,
patients will be guided through the process,
from diagnosis, to treatment and follow-up,
including continued support and education.
To support the future center, call (813)
783-6144 or visit www.fhzeph.org.

Wednesday of each month.
-Multiple sclerosis at 3 p.m. the first
Thursday of each month.
-NarcoticsAnonymous at 7 p.m. each day.
-Overeaters Anonymous at 5:30 p.m.
each Monday and 11:30 a.m. each Friday.
-Parkinson's support at 2 p.m. the sec-
ondWednesday of each month.
For more information, call (813) 788-
0411 ext. 1431.


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Hailey Stroud, granddaughter of Kelli Struble Wiggins and great granddaughter of Shirley
Belasic both of Zephyrhills, checks out a purple potty left in the front yard of her aunt's,
Tammy Struble's, house. The Relay For Life of Zephyrhills team Rays of Hope is passing
the potty around to raise funds for the American Cancer Society. The 2011 relay / walk will
be at Zephyrhills High School on April 1 & 2. For more information check out www.relayfor-
life.org/zephyrhillsfl or call 813-469-7770. (Photo by Tammy Sue Struble)

Conservative Club of East Pasco elects new officers


The 100-plus membership of the
Conservative Club of East Pasco assembled
at John's Steak and Seafood Restaurant,
Zephyrhills for their annual business meet-
ing and election of 2011 officers and board.
Chris Ingram, president and founder of
411 Communications, who has given com-
mentary and political analysis onTV and radio
news programs including the O'Reilly Factor
and Inside Politics,was the featured speaker.
President Joe Worrell and nominating
chairman Jim Driscoll conducted the elec-
tion of new officers.Winners included Dick
Albrecht, president; Gordon Hyde, senior
vice president;Wanda Stevens, secretary; and
Lois Hackney, treasurer.
Greg First,W Cliff McDuffie and Richard
Bergman were elected to the board of direc-
tors, joining Kurth Sombutmai, Peggi
Benjamin and Joe Worrell.
Sterner to receive Lincoln
Heritage Award
The club also announced Jerry Sterner as
the eighth recipient of its Lincoln Heritage
Award.
"He will be honored for his outstanding
commitment to the principles practiced by
President Abraham Lincoln and for his hu-
manitarian service to his community," said


W. Cliff McDuffie, left, and Greg First of the
Conservative Club of East Pasco. (Photo by
Richard Albrecht)
Club President DickAlbrecht. Sterner will be
presented the award at Bentley Commons,
38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills.
The chairman for the dinner is
Zephyrhills Mayor W Cliff McDuffie. Greg
First, who received last year's award, will
serve as master of ceremonies.
Reservations are required; check should be
made payable to the Conservative Club of East
Pasco, PO. Box 1521, Zephyrhills, FL 33539.
The cost is $40 per person due by Feb. 21. For
details call RichardAlbrecht at (813) 780-7328.
The Conservative Club meets on the
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starting at 11:30 a.m. for lunch and the meet-
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MEET AND GREET
BOOK SIGNING
The Book Shack, 4407 Seventh St. in Dade
City, will have a book signing from 10 a.m.-
12 p.m. Feb. 18 withWesley Chapel
authors, Joe and Katie Smith.Their latest
book,"The Joy of Success in the Home" is
used in their marriage enhancement
conference. Married for 53 years, the Smiths
have ministered for 38 years. For
information, call (813) 973-7051, visit
www.joesmithministries.net, or call (352)
567-5001.

FAMILY FUN
WORLD OF BUGS
MOSI will open its doors for an insect
invasion, Harry's Big Adventure: My Bug
World, Feb. 19-May 31.The interactive
exhibit explores the world of bugs and is
open 9 a.m.-5p.m. Monday through Friday,
and 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Entrance to the exhibit is included in MOSI
admission. For tickets and information, call
(813) 987-6000 or visit www.mosi.org.

EQUESTRIAN GAMES
Little Everglades Ranch in Dade City will be
the site of the Little Everglades
International Combined Driving Event Feb.
24-27. Some of the country's top drivers
and horses will compete for a spot at the
2011 World Equestrian Games. General
admission is $10. Children 12 and under are
free. For tickets, information and directions,
call (352) 521-3661 or visit
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BARGAINS GALORE
CHURCH SALE
Richland Baptist Church will have its
annual yard sale from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Feb. 19.
Bake sale and lunch, desserts and popcorn
for sale. Gospel music provided by The
Glorybound and the Richland singers.The
church is located at 40510 Steward Road in
Zephyrhills. For information, call (352) 567-
2990.

TAG AND BAKE SALE
The Wedgewood Community will have a
tag and bake sale at its clubhouse from 8
a.m.-2 p.m. Feb. 19.The clubhouse is
located off Geiger Road in Zephyrhills.

PARK-WIDE SALE
Spanish Trails will have a park-wide sale
from 8 a.m.-lp.m. Feb. 26.The park is off


COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT
FISH FRY
Church of the Living Word will host a fish fry
from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Feb. 18. Cost is $6 and
includes fried fish, hush puppies, potato salad,
green beans, dessert and coffee or tea.All
proceeds benefit church mission projects.The
church is located at the corner of 10th Street
and Third Avenue in Zephyrhills. For
information, call (813) 788-4566.


301 across from the hospital in Zephyrhills,
7111 Gall Blvd. Coffee and donuts available
in the clubhouse.

GARAGE SALE AT PARISH
St.Joseph Parish Center will have a garage
sale from 6 a.m.-12 p.m. Feb. 26 to benefit
youth group trips and service projects.
Breakfast sandwiches and lunch available
for purchase. Donations of sale items
needed.The parish center is located at 5316
11th St. in Zephyrhills. For information on
drop off dates and hours, call Josh Dowling
at (813) 782-2813.

THE ARTS
HONK JR. MUSICAL
East Pasco AdventistAcademy will host the
musical Honk Jr. at 8 p.m. Feb. 19 and 4
p.m. Feb. 20.The show is a fun, fresh
retelling of The Ugly Duckling.Tickets are
available online at
www.epaamusical.myevent.com, and at the
door. The academy is located at 38434
Centennial Road in Dade City. For
information, call (352) 567-3646 or visit
www.epaacademy.org.

OTHELLO AT USF
USF Theatre & Dance presents The Othello
Project at 8 p.m. Feb. 22-26 and 3 p.m. Feb.
27 in Theatre 2.The British International
Theatre program focuses on two very
different lenses on Shakespeare's tragedy.
Advance tickets are $8 for students/seniors,
$12 general admission.Tickets are $10 for
students/seniors and $15 general admission
on the day of the show. For information, call
the box office at (813) 974-2323.

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True Life Center, 4797 Allen Road in
Zephyrhills, will host a three-week class on
exploring the basic foundations of
Christianity. Classes are at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 23-
March 9. Childcare provided. For
information, call (813) 788-5433.

MUSIC AND MORE
BATTLE OF THE BANDS
The Shops atWiregrass will host the Battle
of the Bands from 2-9 p.m. Feb. 19 to raise
money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma
Society.Twenty-four local bands are signed
to perform for celebrity judges. Four stages
of live music. Kids entertainment. For
information, call (813) 994-4010.

TRUE COLORS
AMVETS Post 550 will host aWWII Stars &
Stripes Show from 7-10 p.m. Feb. 19. Big


band music, Bonnie Gray Productions "A
Tribute to the Andrew Sisters," and
Zephyrhills "The Snowbird Xpress." Menu
served 5-8 p.m. Free admission.The post is
at 4545 Airport Road in Zephyrhills. For
information, call John Bolender at (813)
788-5969.

JOIN THE CLUB
DEMOCRATIC CLUB
The East Pasco Democratic Club will meet
at 7 p.m. Feb. 21 at Cream's Ice Cream Shop
on the corner of Seventh Street and Church
Avenue in Dade City. Guest speaker is
Deane Swanson, a job coach who will
discuss the key to landing a position in
today's labor market. For information, call
Diane Parker at (813) 778-6743.

NEWCOMERS LUNCH
Tampa Bay Newcomers, Inc. will have a
luncheon at 10:30 a.m. Feb. 22 at Compton
Park Community Center, 16101 Compton
Drive inTampa. Potluck salads and desserts
provided by club members. Open to those
new to the area or looking to meet new
friends. For the luncheon, call Donna Jarrett
at (813) 907-2735. For membership,call
Mallory Gerstein at (813) 907-0386.

CONSERVATIVE CLUB
Members of the Conservative Club of East
Pasco will assemble at noon Feb. 21 at
John's Steak and Seafood Restaurant for its
annual action planning conference. Dick
Albrecht, club president, will deliver the
opening address calling on conservatives to
stay devoted to their principles and to bring
the conservative view to the general public.
For information, call Richard Albrecht at
(813) 780-7328.


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The GreaterWesley Chapel Chamber of
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tions and a director of sales and marketing.
The chamber decided to seek two staff
members instead of replacing David West,
its former executive director who stepped
down from the post recently to launch a
new church.
Laura Miller, president of the chamber,
said the organization wants to be able to
have someone who is able to work in the
field, while someone else is able to handle
duties that must be done in the office.
West said the chamber's move makes
sense.
"I think it's a smart thing," West said.
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is a full-time job in a fast-growing chamber
like that."
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PASCO REGIONAL, from page 1
The hospital will also apply for designa-
tion as a chest pain center in June. Once the
expansion opens, one of the exam rooms
will be dedicated to chest pain, while others
will be for pediatrics, trauma and stroke
treatments. Pasco Regional already has a des-
ignation as a stroke center.
Also, in October the hospital became the
first in east or central Pasco to install a ro-
botic system to perform surgeries. Since
then, Pasco Regional has performed 60 sur-
geries with the technology.
"It's really exciting right now,"Tsambiras
said. "There have been a lot of improve-
ments and this is one of the biggest ways
we can give better treatment to patients and
that's the main goal."


TOMMYTOWN, from page 1
of roadways and putting in additional storm
water and sewer infrastructure. It also re-
moved 15 run-down houses.
Pasco commissioner Ted Schrader, who
represents most of east Pasco, said the coun-
ty did the project to make the area look
better in hopes the residents would contin-
ue with improvements to their own
property. Schrader said that mission is being
accomplished.
"We're seeing people keeping their land
much nicer and renovating their houses,"
Schrader said."I'm seeing a lot more pride in
the community's appearance."
Della Penna is among those.
"It does give us more pride," Della Penna
said. "We've always liked living here, but it
wasn't nice to look at.With the old buildings
down and the new roads, it is much nicer.
We got three new bushes and want to put
in some trees."
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Tommytown was established in the
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now closed citrus packing plant, according
to community activist Margarita Romo.
Today, the area is home to mostly migrant
workers who labor in the orange groves and
various fruit and vegetable fields in the area.
While the community's appearance has
been upgrade, many in the area cannot af-
ford to use the new sewer lines.
Charlene Daprile, Pasco assistant manager
for community development, said state
money was originally going to be used to pay
the impact fees for Tommytown property
owners. However, budget cuts have changed
those plans since the project started in 2002.
Daprile said a homeowner pays about
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Sunlake upsets Pasco in regional semifinals


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Seahawks come

up just short of
the final four


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Pasco High is an established boys
soccer power in Pasco County, but
upstart Sunlake High marched into
Dade City and upset the Pirates 2-1 in
the Class 4A regional semifinals Feb.
8.
Pasco (21-3) was coming off a
game where they shutout high-scor-
ing Land O' Lakes High, but could not
hold down the Seahawks (20-9-1).
"It's our biggest win in our
school's history in soccer and now
we're in the final eight," said Sunlake
coach Sam Koleduk."So,it is very ex-
citing for our team.And, coming and
beating a team that's just beat Land
O' Lakes now is extremely exciting."
In the fourth minute, Colin
Armstrong headed in a pass from
sophomore Conner Gilboy past
Pirates sophomore goalkeeper Angel
Garcia.
Pasco answered in the 36th
minute when senior Jose Flores set
up sophomore Carlos Riojas for a
one-time shot past Sunlake senior
goalkeeper David Danahy.
The Seahawks took the lead for
good when senior Jordan Landry
scored his 51st goal of the season and


the 117th of his high school career.
The winning tally came off a free kick
by junior Calvin Restrepo in the 53rd
minute.
"They definitely caught us asleep
on the second goal, that was a sure
thing," said Pasco coach Barry
Grayling. "The first goal, we just
weren't marking up. We paid the
price."
Sunlake then moved into a defen-
sive alignment to preserve the
one-goal lead. Koleduk said he was
nervous that the Pirates would be
able to breakthrough, but they could
not get past the Seahawks defense.
Sunlake then played at
Celebration High in the regional fi-
nals, but the Seahawks came up one
game shy of the final four losing 1-0
in penalty kicks. Sunlake was the only
remaining Pasco County school in
the boys soccer postseason.
The final was scoreless through
regulation and the two overtimes. It
went to penalty kicks, where
Celebration ended up on top 4-3 to
win 1-0. Ryan Norberg, Gilboy and
Landry converted their kicks, but it
was not enough for Sunlake.
Sunlake was playing in the pro-
gram's first ever regional tournament
after finishing as the district runner-
up to Land O' Lakes.The squad also
won 20 games for the first time in its
four-year history.
-StaffWriter Tammy Sue Struble
contributed to this story.All stats as
recorded to Maxpreps.com by coach-
es.


Senior defender Nathan Tellez was part of a
Pirates backline that had 14 shutouts and allowed
just 14 goals all year.


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Pasco senior midfielder and forward Daniel Corona
had six goals and 10 assists in his senior season.
(Photos by Tammy Sue Struble)


Wesley Chapel advances


to basketball playoffs

By Joe Humphrey
jhumphrey@cnewspubs.com
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Wesley Chapel High boys basketball did-
n't win the district title, but the tournament
host Wildcats did crash the bracket to earn a
spot in the regional playoffs.
The Wildcats, playing from the sixth seed
in the Class 4A-District 7 tournament, won
two games last week before running into
the class of the county Feb. 12. Hudson High
dominated the district title game, 70-39, but
a runner-up finish was good enough for the
Wildcats (13-15) to keep their season alive.
And though they didn't necessarily show it
- they left the runner-up trophy by the water
cooler instead of taking it into the locker
room after the game - coach Doug Greseth
said making the playoffs is a significant step.
"For as young as we are, I was proud to
get to the championship,"he said."We've got
seven freshmen and sophomores, so it's a
good experience for them."
Hudson improved to 20-7 with the win.
The Cobras opened the game with a 7-0
run, and dropped 21 straight points in the
second quarter, fueled by a 14-point quarter
by senior RicheyWilliams.
The Wildcats trailed 37-15 at the half
after shooting 5-for-32 from the field.While
they did improve after halftime, Hudson


Christian Para led the way for Wesley Chapel
with 13 points in the district finals. (Photo by
Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)
held the Wildcats to their lowest score of
the season.
"I'm disappointed with the way we
played," Greseth said. "We missed a lot of
layups, free throws, a lot of opportunities."
Christian Parra led the Wildcats with 13
points. Hudson was led by Williams' 26 and
Jamal Branco's 18.
The Wildcats
topped Gulf 64-58 Battle forWes
and Pasco 47-42 to Thursday, Feb. 17, 7
earn a spot in the 4A Regional quarter
district finals. Next Wesley Chapel atV
up, a short trip to Last meeting (Feb.4
Wiregrass Ranch for 85,Wesley Chapel 5
the opening round.


Bulls bring home first district title


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Last year, the Wiregrass Ranch boys bas-
ketball team suffered a season ending loss
57-52 to Nature Coach in the district semifi-
nals.
The Bulls (21-7) avenged that disappoint-
ment in the Class 4A-District 8 finals Feb. 12
by defeating the Sharks 59-52 to win the
first district crown in program history.
"It's really a great feeling to be able to
come back and beat them my senior year,"
said Wiregrass Ranch guard James Tringali.
"We started out four years ago with only a
couple wins and have gotten better each
year."
Four years ago the Bulls went 7-19, fol-
lowed by a 9-17 campaign in the 2008-09
season and a 21-6 record last year.
The Bulls had to fight back from a 26-21
halftime deficit to claim the district crown.
Nature Coast was leading 52-51 in the last
two minutes when Wiregrass Ranch went
on an 8-0 run to end the game. It is the first
time the Bulls have defeated Nature Coast in


ley Chapel
p.m.
final
/iregrass Ranch
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program history.
Senior Michael
Chase led the way
for Wiregrass Ranch,
pouring in 20
points, while pulling
down a team-high
nine rebounds and
adding two blocks.


SeniorAntwan Prince put up 17 points
in the finals.Tringali had a team leading six
assists while also posting 12 points, seven
rebounds and three steals.
The Bulls will play in the first regional
tournament game in program history on
Thursday, Feb. 17 against Wesley Chapel
High, which finished as the runner-up in the
4A-7 district tournament.
"That will be a fun game,"Tringali said.
"They're in another district, but they're the
closest school to us.We played them earlier
this year and it's always intense. It'll be like a
battle forWesley Chapel."
-All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com
by coaches.


Carrollwood Day boys make first regional appearance


The Carrollwood Day boys basketball
team will play in the first regional tour-
nament in school history this week, but
fell short of the first district champi-
onship.
The Patriots (15-8) entered the Class

14 February 16,2011


1A-District 9 tournament as the No. 1 seed
and advanced to the finals, but were out-
matched by Cambridge Christian 56-46 on
Feb 12. Carrollwood Day ensured itself of
a spot in regionals by making it to the fi-
nals.


"It is exciting for our program," said
Patriots coach Baker Mabry. "We're still a
young program. Maybe the pressure got to
us a little in the district finals, but I think
that experience in a pressure game will ben-
efit us in regionals."


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Michael Filer led the way for
Carrollwood Day with 20 points, followed
by Matt Phillips who added 11.
The Patriots will now travel to play
Naples Seacrest Country Day at 7 p.m. on
Thursday, Feb. 17.

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SPORTS


Sunlake's Ruiz places at states

Sunlake High sophomore Alex Ruiz is
in her first season as a girls weightlifter,
but the novice finished better than any
other girl in central or east Pasco
County.
Ruiz put up a combined 270 pounds
in the state final meet - 140 in the
bench press and 130 in the clean and
jerk.The amount was good enough for
the sixth most in Florida in the 110-
pound weight class.
Other area athletes who placed in
the top 20 in the event include
Zephyrhills High's Carly Patton and
Wesley Chapel High's Sarah Reamer,
both in the 139-pound weight class.
Patton put up a combined 295 pounds,
good enough for 11th place. Reamer lift-
ed 260 to come in 17th.
-All results as recorded by the Florida Alex Ruiz lifted the sixth most weight in the state
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Wrestling regional tournament re-cap


The wrestling regional tournaments
were completed last week. Listed are the
local athletes who will be moving on to
states.The name of the wrestler is followed
by their grade level, weight class, record and
school. Steinbrenner High led the way with
four athletes qualifying, followed by
Freedom with two. All qualifiers are as
recorded by the Florida High School
Athletic Association.

Class 1A
-Austin Hanold, So., 103 pounds, 39-15,
tcilibrcillicr
-Josman Gamez,Jr., 112 pounds, 55-9,
Pasco
-Josh Fulford, Sr., 140 pounds, 54-4,
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-Nick Popolillo,Jr., 152 pounds, 35-5,
Wesley Chapel
-Tyler Reed, Sr., 171 pounds, 35-11,
tLcnIIbrciinicr
-Ryon Keith, Sr., 189 pounds, 46-11,
NLtcIibrcllnicr

Class 2A
-John Ortiz, So., 112 pounds, 42-5, Sunlake
-Dylan Koesling, Sr., 130 pounds, 38-12,
Wiregrass Ranch

Class 3A
-Trey Larson, Sr., 160 pounds, 26-9,
Freedom
-Andrew Ford, Sr., 189 pounds, 28-7,
Freedom


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Patrick Jackson breaks away from a defend-
er during a practice last season. (File photo)
Wesley Chapel football trio sign
Wesley Chapel High football players Jake
Battin, Patrickjackson and Jonathan Lucas will
sign their letters of intent to play in college
Feb. 8.They are the first to sign under coach
Ben Alford, who took over the program last
season.
"It feels good that they are going to col-
lege,"Alford said."They did the hard work to
get there and they deserve it. I have one more
that will sign soon.That means all four of my
seniors that wanted to play college football
will have the opportunity.That is the thing I am
most proud of."
Jackson, a wide receiver, and Lucas, an of-
fensive lineman,will both play at IowaWestern
Community College. The 5-foot-10, 160-
pound Jackson had 10 catches for 100 yards


and one touchdown last season,while adding
18 tackles and one interception as a defensive
back. Lucas opened up holes for a Wildcats
run game averaged 127.4 rushing yards per
game.
Battin, a team captain, will play at Butte
College, a member of the California
Community College Athletic Association. He
played on both the defensive and offensive lines.

List of approved composite bats
The National Federation of State High
School Associations has released a list of ap-
proved composite bats for the high school
baseball season.The group had banned all com-
posites for baseball last summer after a study
found they launched balls too quickly back at
pitchers. The Florida High School Athletic
Association follows standards set by the national
group.All approved bats have a filled core.All
hollow bats remain banned. The list can be
viewed at www.nfhs.org/content.aspx?id=4155.

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 in-
formation, call (813) 957-0929 or e-mail
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Go for the whole-wheat pancakes at First Watch
Editor's Note: Eating out is a staple of American life, but it is also one reason why we
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can make responsible choices while dining out.


By Samantha Taylor
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One of the things I love about writing
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showing you that you can eat healthy and
enjoy it too. If you are able to have a little fun
while implementing your healthy eating plan,
you'll find it easier to stick with it, instead of
being strict all the time.
My most recent visit was to FirstWatch on
Bruce B. Downs, just south of SR 56.1 went in
there for a veg'd out omelet, but I was sur-
prised to find out that they had whole-wheat
pancakes, so I went for that instead.
The omelet is loaded with vegetables and
you can order egg whites or egg substitute
with no cholesterol although it does come
with cheese in it.You can tell them to skip the
cheese if you want to be totally health-con-
scious or let loose a little and ask them to use
just a small amount of cheese.
It comes with a side of breakfast potatoes,
which probably are too high in calories to
combine with the eggs, so just ask for the
English muffin with a little jelly. If you manage
to eat only half of the omelet and the muffin,
you're doing a great job.
So anyway, for this visit, I got their whole-
wheat pancakes at First Watch. All their
pancakes are whole wheat, isn't that great? Be
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You can spruce it up a bit by adding blue-
berries or a small serving of chocolate chips
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TheLAKER FEBRUARY 16,2011 FREE Zephyrhills/Dade City Edition ZHS leaders win at scholarship tournamentThe Zephyrhills High School team proudly displays its trophies as the high scoring team at the Rotary Club of Zephyrhills Bowl-A-Thon Saturday, Feb. 12 at Pin Chasers in Zephyrhills. From left are ZHS Principal Steve Van Gorden, assistant principals Scott Davey and John Taylor, ZHS staffer Tonya Campbell and her husband Skip Campbell. The event raised more than $4,000 for scholarships for ZHS seniors. More photos,page 3. (Photo by Gary S. Hatrick) Section of Dade City gets upgrades to roads, sewersBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comMargareta Della Penna has lived in Tommytown with her husband Marcus for nearly 30 years and they remember what the old area looked like not that long ago. "Worst road,"Della Penna remembered. "Holes,gaps and very bumpy.Our son (Sal) and his friends would come home with cuts on their legs because they would fall trying to skateboard on the road.É There wasn't a sidewalk for them.Just dirt." Della Penna said Sal always had at least one,and usually three or four,bandages on his legs because of the falls.Sal is now 28 years old,but if he ever gets the desire to pull out his old skateboard, he will have a much smoother ride.That is because Pasco County completed an improvement project in the Dade City community on Feb.8. The nearly $8.5 million project,paid for by a federal loan,followed a smaller but similar project to help the impoverished east Pasco County community.The job included adding sidewalks along Lock Street,also known as Calle De Milagros,between 14th and 21st streets while repaving the road,adding seven miles Tommytown facelift finished Domingos Dias and Maria Tecla were excitedly awaiting their nuptials at the Dade City Historic Courthouse in downtown Dade City where they held a mass wedding on Valentine's Day. More photos, page 8.(Photos by Jodi McDonald) Only one council member draws election challengeBy Tammy Sue Strubletstruble@cnewspubs.comTwo City Council members were automatically re-elected this week when nobody qualified to run against them. Seat 1 incumbent Lance Smith and Seat 3 Councilman Kenneth Compton were the only candidates to file by the qualification period,which ended at noon Tuesday,Feb.15. 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"There's certainly an increasing demand for emergency services,"said Gary Lang,Pasco Regional's CEO."It's happening all across the country.I think it's because a lot of people don't have primary care physicians anymore,so they use the emergency room in many ways as their primary care physicians.We're certainly willing and able to take care of all those folks and we will also have the ability to treat more people with strokes and chest pains and similar problems." Lang said the existing ER sees nearly 20,000 visitors each year. "Now we'll have the capacity to see 30,000-35,000 easily,"Lang said. The multi-million dollar project began Feb.9 and will take about nine months to complete. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 16,2011 2 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comBetty Weymouth spends between $150 and $300 for her bi-monthly trip to fill her four prescription medications. The Wesley Chapel resident suffers from high blood pressure,joint pain and breathing problems.It has become difficult for her to maintain her prescription drug regimen, but a new Pasco County program will make things a little easier. Points of Care,which started Feb.1,allows Pasco residents to save from 10 to 50 percent off their prescriptions,diabetes materials, hearing aids and other medical supplies.There are no qualifications for age,income or pre-existing conditions. Scott Stromer,Pasco County's purchasing director, said the program was created for those who do not have prescription drug coverage with their health insurance,or in Weymoth's case,if there are medications not covered. "The board of county commissioners actively sought a program at no expense to the county that reduces prescription costs for residents and generates revenue to support the Human Services Division,"Stromer said."First and foremost,the program is designed to help residents save money, especially those who are unable to secure insurance or experiencing financial difficulties in the current economic environment." Universal Rx will administer the program. "We are excited to help the residents of Pasco County save money on prescription medications,"said Jan Sessor,president of Universal Rx."During difficult economic times,savings is important and can mean the difference of prescriptions being purchased or not each month.We are confident that our savings program will make a difference for the people in Pasco County,and more importantly,bring a little relief to the high cost of medications." Weymouth,68,was very happy to hear about the new program. "Oh that's a Godsend,"Weymouth said. "Sometimes I wonder if I'll have enough.My husband and I are both retired and this will really help." The county did have a plan to help with prescription costs as part of the National Association of Counties,but it was dropped to save money to place the current budget. The new agreement will actually earn the county money,$1.52 per prescription filled. Stromer said the county expects to raise as much as $250,000 per year with the program.Money raised will go to Pasco's human services department to help needy families pay their electricity and other bills. Residents can visit www.PascoRxCard.com to print a card, which is free,that will let them participate. The cards can also be picked up at any county community services office or library. Once they have a card,people just have to present it at one of the more than 45,000 participating pharmacies nationwide,including CVS,Kmart,Publix,Sam's Club, Sweetbay,Target,Walgreens,Wal-Mart and Winn-Dixie. For more information on the program, call (727) 847-2411. Pasco County rolls out prescription savings program We Love Our Troops event at Zephyr ParkZephyrhills residents including David DeMille, from left, Charlie Shea, Joanne DeMille and Gordan Steeves have a good time playing music together for the attendees at the We Love Our Troops event in Zephyrhills Feb 13. (Photos by Jodi McDonald) Alexis Ward, left, and Alyssa Terwilliger, whobothattend Zephyrhills High School,set up their own booth to earn money for a school trip to Europe at the We Love Our Troops event in Zephyrhills Feb13. Isabella Rivera, from left, Allie Pash and Alyssa Carter dance for a grateful crowd at the We Love Our Troops event in Zephyrhills Feb 13. 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 Reg. price $39.99For 12 months Over 120 Top Channels INSTALLATION In up to 6 rooms FOR LIFE Offer requires 24-month agreement. Digital Home Advantage plan requires 24-month agreement and credit qualifi cation. Cancellation fee of $17.50/month remaining a pplies if service is terminated before end of agreement. Programming credits apply during the fi rst 12 months. $10/mo HD add-on fee waived for life of current account; requires 24-month agreement , continuous enrollment in AutoPay with Paperless Billing. Free Standard Professional Installation only. Upfront and monthly fees may apply. Prices, packages and programming subject to change without notice. Additional restrictions may apply. Offer available for new and qualifi ed former customers and ends 5/17/11. Your Local Business TV Specialist37643 SR 54 West Zephyrhills, FL33542M-F 9AM-5PM • SAT 9AM12PM813-782-7041

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 16,2011 4 New River Library--Library closed Sundays and Mondays --Toddler Storytime,11:15 a.m.every Wednesday --Preschool Storytime,12 p.m.every Wednesday --Teen Advisory Board Meeting,6 p.m. Feb.17 --Knitwits Knitting Club,11 a.m.Feb.26 --Teen Chocolate Extravaganza,6:30 p.m. Feb.17 --R.P.G.Gaming,1 p.m.Feb.19 --Children's Popcorn and a Movie,1 p.m. Feb.26 The library is located at 34043 SR 54 in Zephyrhills,and can be reached at (813) 788-6375.Hugh Embry Library--Library closed Sundays and Mondays --Toddler Storytime,11:15 a.m.every Wed. --Preschool Storytime,12 p.m.every Wed. --Teen Advisory Board,3:30 p.m.Feb.17 and 24 --After Work Craft Hour,6 p.m.Feb.16 --Email Basics,11 a.m.Feb.17--Teens Draw Manga with Sabi,4 p.m.Feb.17--Tween Gaming Day,3 p.m.Feb.18--Laptop and Computer Basics,11 a.m.Feb.19--Factory for Tweens,2 p.m.Feb.19 --Introduction to eBooks and eReaders,11 a.m.Feb.24 The library is located at 14215 Fourth Street in Dade City,and can be reached at (352) 567-3576. LIBRARIES Music and Motorcycles meet in ZephyrhillsApril Beal and Heather Ladig worked a booth serving strawberry shortcake for the newly opened Perfumos Cafe in downtown Zephyrhills during Music and Motorcycles Feb 12. (Photos by Jodi McDonald) John Ringer, from left, Wes Baumberger, both of Zephyrhills, and Sue Kimbrell of Largo enjoy looking at the motorcycles at the Music and Motorcycle event in downtown Zephyrhills Feb 12. 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! 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 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 16,2011 5 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comWhen Vonnie Maples began working in a school lunchroom,she wasn't intending to make it a career. "I started at Pasco High School in Dade City,"said Maples,of Zephyrhills. "A friend of mine worked in the kitchen and she called me and said,"We had a lady who got hurt.Just come help us for a couple of days." She agreed to step in,temporarily. "That was 27 years ago." Sticking with it was sort of a no-brainer. "I absolutely loved it,"Maples said. Through the years,she has gone from being a cafeteria worker at Pasco High to being an assistant manager at Pasco Middle, where her husband,Wendell,now teaches. Next,she was an assistant manager at Sand Pine Elementary,before being promoted to manager.She then ran both Sand Pine and New River Elementary,when both schools were located at Sand Pine.Finally, she took the helm of Watergrass Elementary in Wesley Chapel,where she works today. Recently,she was named the NonInstructional,Non-Bargaining Employee of the Year for Pasco County Schools. "I was in shock.I truly didn't expect it. They called my name and I just sat there. "When you stop and think about how many people are in this district,it was very humbling.It really was." She loves her work. "I have a passion for people being happy with what I offer them every day. "There are so many,many,many kids that this is all they have every day to eat.There's nothing else.Because I know there are kids that that's all they have (to eat) every day,I want them to have the best food,in the cleanest environment,with the most friendly service that they can get." School kitchens are much different places than they were when Maples served her first cafeteria meal. "When I first started 27 years ago,we had cases upon cases of raw products. Chicken,ground beef,eggs." Health concerns changed that. "We don't use any raw products any more,"she said. There weren't many pre-packaged foods when she started,either. "We were slicing frozen hamburgers on the slicer to make hamburgers for kids.We made our rolls from scratch.We cooked turkeys at Thanksgiving and picked all of the meat off the bones.We had turkey and dressin'and potatoes and gravy and all of that stuff." Now,many recipes call for using prepackaged sauces or other ready-to-eat ingredients Ñ to assure uniformity and nutritional content,she said. The Pasco school district puts a premium on serving healthy food. "Pasco County is always the leader in meeting the nutritional standards,"she said. "We have very good people at district office and they try to stay on top of what is coming,so we're always prepared by the time it's mandatory." Running a school kitchen is a busy job. Maples and her staff serve 120 to 150 breakfasts a day at Watergrass Elementary. They serve 350 to 375 children at lunch and about 40 adults.The adult menu is different from the kids'menu except on days when Maples is dishing up volume foods,such as spaghetti or orange chicken with rice. "We take a lot of pride in the fact that we do serve a lot of adults,"Maples said. Kindergarten teacher Janell Perez said she enjoys the food.She also noted that substitute teachers at Watergrass soon learn that they're in for a treat. "The lunches are very good,"Perez said. The teacher added that Maples is quick to help when the teachers want to do something special for kids. The lunchroom always looks cheerful, Perez added. Atmosphere counts,Maples said."I cannot stand my kitchen looking institutional." Those nominating Maples for the award cited numerous attributes,including her sensitivity,her attention to detail,her levelheaded nature and her ability to make others feel appreciated and respected. While pleased by the recognition,Maples credits her staff for helping her in her quest to serve satisfying meals. She also appreciates the help of a volunteer who pitches in,often as many as three times a week. "He volunteers from 7 to sometimes 1 o'clock,"said Maples,who has known the man all of her life. "It's my dad,"she said."I've got him trained pretty good,"she added,laughing. The recent award gratifies Maples,but there is something she would treasure more. When people where she's worked look back on their days at that school,she hopes that they'll think this:"I was glad every day to go into that cafeteria where I knew I would get a nutritious,hot meal that was served to me with a smile by somebody that cared about me." Vonnie Maples sits at her desk in her office at Watergrass Elementary School. She oversees the school cafeteria, which requires doing a fair amount of work on the computer in addition to helping with other tasks. (Photo by B.C. Manion)What's for lunch Ñ A good meal served with a smileCafeteria manager from Zephyrhills wins district award COMMUNITY EDUCATION CALENDAR 7050 Gall Boulevard Zephyrhills, FL 33541 www.fhzeph.org FREE and open to the public. Reservations required. Seating is limited. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 16,2011 6 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comWhen Beth Brown decided to become a teacher two decades ago,she didn't think of it in terms of simply choosing a career. "It's like a calling,"said Brown,recently named as Pasco County Schools' Administrator of the Year. She taught social studies for nine years before moving into the administrative ranks.In some respects,being a teacher and being a principal are the same,Brown said.Teachers lead their students;principals lead the faculty and staff.Both have the same goal:They want to create the best learning environment they can for every student.Brown views herself as the instructional leader at John Long Middle in Wesley Chapel. She has been at the helm of the district's second-largest school since it opened in 2006. Brown is fully aware of the central role that teachers play in delivering excellence in education. "The most important job that I have is to select the very best teacher to put in front of these kids." Once the right teachers are in place, Brown said,"you empower teacher leaders." The principal,who was selected first as the district's secondary principal of the year and then as its most outstanding administrator overall,said she has worked to build a structure at her school that encourages teachers to lead one another. She keeps her focus on academics and delegates other issues such as facilities and transportation to her assistants.Those issues are important,she said,but instruction matters more. The goal at John Long Middle is that every student will attain at least a year of progress,regardless where they are on the educational spectrum. "We meet them where they are,"Brown said. Brown said she's fortunate that the parents at her school demonstrate support through a large and active Parent Teacher Student Association. Many parents routinely check their child's progress through an electronic tracking system that keeps tabs on student attendance and progress. "They are plugged in," Brown said.They know,for instance,whether or not their child showed up for third-period,she added. Safety is also of utmost importance to Brown. Every staff member at her school helps with student supervision,she said. There are also electronic eyes helping keep watch, she said.There are 48 cameras in the cafeteria and common areas,she said."The kids know it." Such vigilance tends to reduce potential problems,Brown said.John Long Middle has the lowest percentage of discipline problems in the district. That's not to say that there aren't problems that must be addressed,she said. Recently she had the drug dog at school because there was a rumor a student had drugs.Nothing turned up,she said. Brown's leadership receives high praise from people nominating her as the district's secondary principal of the year.She was honored for that and for being the county's top administrator Jan.29 at the Pasco Schools Center for the Arts at Wesley Chapel. "I see these awards as an opportunity for the board to say "thank you"to all of our staff,"said Joanne Hurley,chairwoman of the Pasco County School Board. "As you know,money is very tight.They haven't had a raise in years,"Hurley said. Despite that,Hurley said it's gratifying to see so much good work being done by employees. "I walk into schools and I see excellence all of the time,"Hurley said. Those nominating Brown were effusive in their praise. "She runs a village of students in her above-capacity school in a smooth and efficient manner,"one nomination notes.She prioritizes "the needs of students"and cultivates "a professional learning environment that allows all students"to reach his or her potential,it adds. "Beth is clearly an innovative leader who masterfully handles all aspects of schoolbased leadership.She understands what it means to be a true instructional leader,relates well with her faculty,students,families and community,and understands the necessity of raising and tackling difficult issues," another nomination states. She was also described as "a wonderful supporter of the arts." Brown was pleased and humbled by her selection. Before the awards were announced, Brown said she was reading through the list of prior honorees. "Just to be on the list with those people is amazing,"Brown said. Beth Brown poses at her desk at John Long Middle School, taking a brief break in her busy job of running Pasco Schools'second-largest school. (Photo by B.C. Manion)Beth Brown focuses on academics at John Long MiddleWesley Chapel principal named top in county 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 WE SPECIALIZE IN HUMANA GOLD PLUS 23532 State Road 54 Lutz, FL33559To schedule an appointment, please call:(813) 909-1600SŽ Habla Espa–olLAB AND EKG ON-SITE Daniel L. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 16,2011 7 Back row from left are Debbie Olson, Tish Moran, Scott McGary, Tracy Kilgallon and Susan Boucher. Front row from left are Carol Bain, Fran Reedman, Carolyn Sentelik and Debbie Kristol-Irwin. They are seen during the check presentation to Florida Hospital Zephyrhills' future breast center. (Photo courtesy of Florida Hospital Zephyrhills)Brighton Collectibles at The Shops at Wiregrass donated $544,000 to the Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation to help make the future Comprehensive Breast Center. Proceeds were raised from Brighton's Power of Pink Campaign.Throughout last October,Breast Cancer Awareness Month, breast cancer awareness bracelets were sold.For its donation,Brighton Collectibles' name will be on one of two dressing rooms in the new center. The Comprehensive Breast Center at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills is scheduled to open this fall.It will bring together all of the breast health services at the hospital in one location.With the help of a nurse navigator, patients will be guided through the process, from diagnosis,to treatment and follow-up, including continued support and education. To support the future center,call (813) 783-6144 or visit www.fhzeph.org.Brighton Collectibles helps future breast centerHEALTH & WELLNESS Healthy heart for women lectureDr.James Smith,cardiologist and The Women's Center at University Community Hospital,will lead a lecture on how women can keep their hearts healthy.The free class is from 6:30-7:30 p.m.on Thursday,Feb.17. Light refreshments will be served.Seating is limited.To register,call (877) 482-4362.Gulfside Regional support groupsGulfside Regional Hospice has changed its meeting times and locations for its bereavement support groups and added several others.In central and east Pasco County,the meetings are: ÑGrief and Loss Support Group each Tuesday at 1 p.m.at Gulfside's Thrift Shoppe,21780 SR 54 in Lutz. ÑNewly Bereaved Support Group each Wednesday at 12:30 p.m.at Gulfside's east administrative office,37826 Sky Ridge Circle Lafayette in Dade City. ÑParents Support Group meets each Wednesday except for the last week of the month at 4 p.m.at Redlands Christian Migrant Association,1533 14th St.in Dade City. ÑYouth Grief Support Group meets each Wednesday except for the last week of the month at 4 p.m.at Redlands Christian Migrant Association,1533 14th St.in Dade City. ÑLoss of a Loved One Support Group meets every other Thursday at 10 a.m.at the Edwinola,14235 Edwinola Way in Dade City. ÑAlumni Circle of Life Group 2011 meets each Thursday at 1 p.m.at Gulfside's east administrative office,37826 Sky Ridge Circle Lafayette in Dade City. ÑLoss of a Loved One Support Group meets each Thursday at 3:45 p.m.at West Winds Assisted Living Facility in Zephyrhills. Free individual counseling is also available by appointment made by calling (813) 780-1235 or (727) 844-3946. All of Gulfside's support groups are free and open to the public for anyone who is experiencing grief from the loss of a loved one.All groups are led by a trained grief counselor.Prior association with Gulfside Regional Hospice is not needed to attend any groups.Good Health Movement classesGood Health Movement is an information source that focuses on ways to reduce stress. Various sessions also include simple movements with Chinese origins that go back thousands of years to help with stress.All classes are free.There is one group each Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.at Pasco Regional Medical Center, 13100 Fort King Road in Dade City,and another the fourth Tuesday of each month at 2 p.m. at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills,7050 Gall Blvd. in Zephyrhills.To RSVP or for more information,e-mail NancyFinck@gmail.com or call (727) 643-7159.12-step recovery programA one day,12-step back to basics workshop for people working any 12-step program,at the Bentley Commons Conference Room,38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills,on Saturday,Feb.26,from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Space is limited.For more information (813) 355-4197 or (863) 422-0389.Breast cancer support groupFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills hosts a breast cancer support group called Caring Connections the third Tuesday of each month at 2 p.m.The group meets at 38055 Arbor Ridge Drive in Zephyrhills.Caring Connections is open for any woman who has or has had breast cancer.Participants share their stories and offer emotional support.For more information,call (813) 779-6424.Weight Watchers Sunday groupA Weight Watchers support group in Wesley Chapel meets at 12:45 p.m.each Sunday at Sports+Field,2029 Arrowgrass Drive.For more information or to register for the group,call (813) 500-4528.Florida Hospital meetingsFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills,7050 Gall Blvd.in Zephyrhills,hosts several support groups,including: ÑAlcoholics Anonymous at 10 a.m.each Friday.ÑDepression support at 7 p.m.each Monday.ÑDiabetes classes at 3:30 p.m.the first Tuesday of each month. ÑFibromyalgia support at 2 p.m.the first Wednesday of each month. ÑMultiple sclerosis at 3 p.m.the first Thursday of each month.ÑNarcotics Anonymous at 7 p.m.each day.ÑOvereaters Anonymous at 5:30 p.m. each Monday and 11:30 a.m.each Friday. ÑParkinson's support at 2 p.m.the second Wednesday of each month. For more information,call (813) 7880411 ext.1431. 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! Show Your Ears Some LOVE ...Hearing Care from Hearing ExpertsJody Pianin, Au.D.27511 Cashford Circle, Ste 101 Wesley Chapel, FL 33544(813) 973-8400www.advanced-audiology.com Trust your hearing to a Board Certified Doctor of Audiology with over 12 years of experience.

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 16,2011 9 The 100-plus membership of the Conservative Club of East Pasco assembled at John's Steak and Seafood Restaurant, Zephyrhills for their annual business meeting and election of 2011 officers and board.Chris Ingram,president and founder of 411 Communications,who has given commentary and political analysis on TV and radio news programs including the O'Reilly Factor and Inside Politics,was the featured speaker.President Joe Worrell and nominating chairman Jim Driscoll conducted the election of new officers.Winners included Dick Albrecht,president;Gordon Hyde,senior vice president;Wanda Stevens,secretary;and Lois Hackney,treasurer. Greg First,W.Cliff McDuffie and Richard Bergman were elected to the board of directors,joining Kurth Sombutmai,Peggi Benjamin and Joe Worrell.Sterner to receive Lincoln Heritage AwardThe club also announced Jerry Sterner as the eighth recipient of its Lincoln Heritage Award."He will be honored for his outstanding commitment to the principles practiced by President Abraham Lincoln and for his humanitarian service to his community,"said Club President Dick Albrecht.Sterner will be presented the award at Bentley Commons, 38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills.The chairman for the dinner is Zephyrhills Mayor W.Cliff McDuffie.Greg First,who received last year's award,will serve as master of ceremonies.Reservations are required;check should be made payable to the Conservative Club of East Pasco,P.O.Box 1521,Zephyrhills,FL 33539. The cost is $40 per person due by Feb.21.For details call Richard Albrecht at (813) 780-7328.The Conservative Club meets on the third Monday of each month at its new location,John's Steak and Seafood Restaurant, starting at 11:30 a.m.for lunch and the meeting at noon.For information about the club visit www.conservativeclubeastpasco.org. W. Cliff McDuffie, left, and Greg First of the Conservative Club of East Pasco. (Photo by Richard Albrecht)Conservative Club of East Pasco elects new officers Choose the financing plan that fits you best at Badcock. Ask about our 0% interest for up to 12 months.*With approved credit. Adown payment may be required. Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the purchase balance is not paid in full within 12 months or if your account is otherwise in default.Makes It Easy.ª ZEPHYRHILLS Mon-Fri 9am-6pm • Sat 9am-4pm5500 6th St.(6th St. & 10th Ave.) 813-782-4370 John MesiemoreJr., Manager sale prices good through 2-28-2011 Locally owned & operated since 1971Saveup to $160992off our regular or compareat pricesAll American CollectionYOUR CHOICE Twin panel headboard, footboard, rails, dresser & mirror OR Twin bookcase-headboard, dresser & mirror PLUS free twin Legends firm mattress set & matching nightstand Gel Impressions Queen Set reg. $2199.90 NOW $1099.95 Air Impressions Queen Set reg. $2699.90 NOW $1349.95 Memory Foam PT Queen Set reg. $1399.95 NOW $699.95 Natural Impressions Queen Set reg. $1999.90 NOW $999.95 Memory Impressions Queen Set reg. $2199.90 NOW $1099.95 SUPER LUXURY BEDDING CLOSEOUT50% OFFSelect Memory Foam, Latex, Gel & Air Mattress Sets PLUS all Adjustable Mattress &Base Sets Ð WHILE SUPPLIES LAST Ð Includes our Complete Warehouse Inventory andFloor Samples (Varies by store) FREE mattress, foundation & nightstand with this purchase$798 reg. $1319.70 full size $1549.70$898 moreVALUEsavings$52170 Present this coupon at time of purchase. Applies to regular retail merchandise only. May not be used in conjunction with any other coupons. Limit one coupon per purchase, per customer. This coupon is valid Feb. 15 through Feb. 28, 2011. Badcock & moreTAX COUPON 10% Off ANY recliner 813-783-1623 38361 COUNTYROAD54 EAST• ZEPHYRHILLS,FLORIDA33542 THE NEW John’s STEAK & SEAFOOD STEAK&SEAFOODJohn’s STEAK & SEAFOOD STEAK&SEAFOOD RESTAURANT RESTAURANT RESTAURANT RESTAURANT New YearNew Business Lunch•Lunch starting at $4.99 made fresh to order •In a hurry? Call ahead seating. •Order your lunch on-line, take out or dine in.JohnsSteakandSeafood.com Let our friendly staff help make the most out of your lunch hour! FREE Wi-Fi Purple potties passed around Zephyrhills as fundraiserHailey Stroud, granddaughter of Kelli Struble Wiggins and great granddaughter of Shirley Belasic both of Zephyrhills, checks out a purple potty left in the front yard of her aunt's, Tammy Struble's, house. The Relay For Life of Zephyrhills team Rays of Hope is passing the potty around to raise funds for the American Cancer Society. The 2011 relay / walk will be at Zephyrhills High School on April 1 & 2. For more information check out www.relayforlife.org/zephyrhillsfl or call 813-469-7770. (Photo by Tammy Sue Struble)

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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 5 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 16,2011 10

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Entrance to the exhibit is included in MOSI admission.For tickets and information,call (813) 987-6000 or visit www.mosi.org.EQUESTRIAN GAMESLittle Everglades Ranch in Dade City will be the site of the Little Everglades International Combined Driving Event Feb. 24-27.Some of the country's top drivers and horses will compete for a spot at the 2011 World Equestrian Games.General admission is $10.Children 12 and under are free.For tickets,information and directions, call (352) 521-3661 or visit www.LittleEvergladesSteeplechase.org.BARGAINS GALORE CHURCH SALERichland Baptist Church will have its annual yard sale from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.Feb.19. Bake sale and lunch,desserts and popcorn for sale.Gospel music provided by The Glorybound and the Richland singers.The church is located at 40510 Steward Road in Zephyrhills.For information,call (352) 5672990.TAG AND BAKE SALEThe Wedgewood Community will have a tag and bake sale at its clubhouse from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.Feb.19.The clubhouse is located off Geiger Road in Zephyrhills.PARK-WIDE SALESpanish Trails will have a park-wide sale from 8 a.m.-1p.m.Feb.26.The park is off 301 across from the hospital in Zephyrhills, 7111 Gall Blvd.Coffee and donuts available in the clubhouse.GARAGE SALE AT PARISHSt.Joseph Parish Center will have a garage sale from 6 a.m.-12 p.m.Feb.26 to benefit youth group trips and service projects. Breakfast sandwiches and lunch available for purchase.Donations of sale items needed.The parish center is located at 5316 11th St.in Zephyrhills.For information on drop off dates and hours,call Josh Dowling at (813) 782-2813.THE AR TS HONK JR. MUSICALEast Pasco Adventist Academy will host the musical Honk Jr.at 8 p.m.Feb.19 and 4 p.m.Feb.20.The show is a fun,fresh retelling of The Ugly Duckling.Tickets are available online at www.epaamusical.myevent.com,and at the door.The academy is located at 38434 Centennial Road in Dade City.For information,call (352) 567-3646 or visit www.epaacademy.org.OTHELLO AT USFUSF Theatre & Dance presents The Othello Project at 8 p.m.Feb.22-26 and 3 p.m.Feb. 27 in Theatre 2.The British International Theatre program focuses on two very different lenses on Shakespeare's tragedy. Advance tickets are $8 for students/seniors, $12 general admission.Tickets are $10 for students/seniors and $15 general admission on the day of the show.For information,call the box office at (813) 974-2323.F AITH MA TTERS MEN'S CONFERENCEThe first annual Tampa Bay Catholic Men's Conference is Feb.19 at Higgins Hall,5225 N.Himes Ave.in Tampa.For men ages 18 and over.Dynamic speakers,all day confession,adoration and great music. Suggested donation is $30 and includes a box lunch.For tickets,visit www.SunCoastCatholicMinistries.com.CHRISTIAN BASICSTrue Life Center,4797 Allen Road in Zephyrhills,will host a three-week class on exploring the basic foundations of Christianity.Classes are at 6:30 p.m.Feb.23March 9.Childcare provided.For information,call (813) 788-5433.MUSIC AND MORE BATTLE OF THE BANDSThe Shops at Wiregrass will host the Battle of the Bands from 2-9 p.m.Feb.19 to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.Twenty-four local bands are signed to perform for celebrity judges.Four stages of live music.Kids entertainment.For information,call (813) 994-4010.TRUE COLORSAMVETS Post 550 will host a WWII Stars & Stripes Show from 7-10 p.m.Feb.19.Big band music,Bonnie Gray Productions "A Tribute to the Andrew Sisters,"and Zephyrhills "The Snowbird Xpress."Menu served 5-8 p.m.Free admission.The post is at 4545 Airport Road in Zephyrhills.For information,call John Bolender at (813) 788-5969.JOIN THE CLUB DEMOCRATIC CLUBThe East Pasco Democratic Club will meet at 7 p.m.Feb.21 at Cream's Ice Cream Shop on the corner of Seventh Street and Church Avenue in Dade City.Guest speaker is Deane Swanson,a job coach who will discuss the key to landing a position in today's labor market.For information,call Diane Parker at (813) 778-6743.NEWCOMERS LUNCHTampa Bay Newcomers,Inc.will have a luncheon at 10:30 a.m.Feb.22 at Compton Park Community Center,16101 Compton Drive in Tampa.Potluck salads and desserts provided by club members.Open to those new to the area or looking to meet new friends.For the luncheon,call Donna Jarrett at (813) 907-2735.For membership,call Mallory Gerstein at (813) 907-0386.CONSERVATIVE CLUBMembers of the Conservative Club of East Pasco will assemble at noon Feb.21 at John's Steak and Seafood Restaurant for its annual action planning conference.Dick Albrecht,club president,will deliver the opening address calling on conservatives to stay devoted to their principles and to bring the conservative view to the general public. For information,call Richard Albrecht at (813) 780-7328. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT FISH FRYChurch of the Living Word will host a fish fry from 4:30-6:30 p.m.Feb.18.Cost is $6 and includes fried fish,hush puppies,potato salad, green beans,dessert and coffee or tea.All proceeds benefit church mission projects.The church is located at the corner of 10th Street and Third Avenue in Zephyrhills.For information,call (813) 788-4566.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 16, 2011 12 Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comThe Laker / Lutz News Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special along with a photo and mail to: Pet of the Week, c/o The Laker, P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548 Email to kwelton@cnewspubs.com, ATTN: Pet of the Week PETof theWEEK Ora will be missed Ora was a 17-year-old buff colored Cocker Spaniel who had a quirky sense of humor, loved to chase lizards, and was as tough as she was sweet. In her prime, she loved to rock scramble and explore forests in New York, sniff out shells on Florida beaches and lie in the sun in her family’s backyard. Despite becoming blind, deaf, and epileptic, she always remained cheerful and positive and made fast friends with everyone she met. Ora passed away Jan. 11, 2011 and is dearly missed by the Price family of Zephyrhills. By B.C. Manion bcmanion@cnewspubs.com The Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce is seeking a director of operations and a director of sales and marketing. The chamber decided to seek two staff members instead of replacing David West, its former executive director who stepped down from the post recently to launch a new church. Laura Miller, president of the chamber, said the organization wants to be able to have someone who is able to work in the field, while someone else is able to handle duties that must be done in the office. West said the chamber’s move makes sense. “I think it’s a smart thing,” West said. “They should do that. The administrative job is a full-time job in a fast-growing chamber like that.”The chamber is seeking a director of operations who has proven leadership and management skills, according to a chamber news release. The successful candidate will possess strong fiscal, budget and interpersonal skills, and will be able to multi-task.The chamber would prefer someone who has experience in working with a chamber or other nonprofit organization. Experience with event planning, a bachelor’s degree or the equivalent experience/education and the ability to use QuickBooks also are important. The salary for the job will be in the mid$30,000 range and will include bonus incentives, health insurance allowance and mileage allowance. The director of sales and marketing requires an individual with strong sales and marketing skills as well as excellent communications and time management skills. The position also requires someone who is highly self-motivated and creative. The compensation for this position includes draw/commission, bonus incentives and a mileage allowance.Resumes for these positions can be e-mailed to wcchamber1@aol.com or can be mailed to the Greater Wesley Chamber of Commerce, Interview Committee, 29142 Chapel Park Drive, Wesley Chapel, 33543.Wesley Chapel Chamber seeks two new leaders Board &Train € FREE Evaluations FREE Dog Socialization Class Specializing In Private Training in Your Home ALL DOGS!ANY AGE & TEMPERMENT 813-951-4480 € www.FL-K9.com GROUP TRAINING CLASS TUES. MARCH 8TH 5:30PM AT WOOF GANG BAKERY Place your ad in the Pet Station Director yTODAYand we willDOUBLEits size atNO ADDITIONAL CHARGE!*Advertise in our popular weekly directory where Tampa Bay pet owners tur n for the help they need.*12 week contract required. Only single and double ad sizes qualify . No other discounts apply. New clients only. (813) 909-2800 classifieds@cnewspubs.com HERE’S ATREAT The LAKER/ Lutz NEWS  Veterinarians  Grooming  Breeding  Training  Supplies  Pet Sitters  Pets 4 Sale PET STATION FREE Delivery on Purchases of $25 or More € Gourmet Dog Treats € Stylish Accessories € Birthday Gift Baskets € Premium Pet Foods € Doggie Spa Products € Toys, Bowls & More!18875 SR 54, Lutz, FL(The Shoppes at Sunlake Center Next to Publix)813-949-DOGG (3644)www.woofgangbakery.comgourmet dog treats made with love $3.00 OffNatural Balance 28 lb. bag any flavorWith coupon. Not valid with any other offer.Expires 3/31/11.

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 16,2011 13 The hospital will also apply for designation as a chest pain center in June.Once the expansion opens,one of the exam rooms will be dedicated to chest pain,while others will be for pediatrics,trauma and stroke treatments.Pasco Regional already has a designation as a stroke center. Also,in October the hospital became the first in east or central Pasco to install a robotic system to perform surgeries.Since then,Pasco Regional has performed 60 surgeries with the technology. "It's really exciting right now,"Tsambiras said."There have been a lot of improvements and this is one of the biggest ways we can give better treatment to patients and that's the main goal."PASCO REGIONAL,from page 1of roadways and putting in additional storm water and sewer infrastructure.It also removed 15 run-down houses. Pasco commissioner Ted Schrader,who represents most of east Pasco,said the county did the project to make the area look better in hopes the residents would continue with improvements to their own property.Schrader said that mission is being accomplished. "We're seeing people keeping their land much nicer and renovating their houses," Schrader said."I'm seeing a lot more pride in the community's appearance." Della Penna is among those. "It does give us more pride,"Della Penna said."We've always liked living here,but it wasn't nice to look at.With the old buildings down and the new roads,it is much nicer. We got three new bushes and want to put in some trees." Amalie Rodriquez lives near Della Penna and has plans for her house as well. 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Zephyrhills, FLMon-Fri 8am-5pm € Sat 8am-Noon352-567-767815229 US Hwy 301 Dade City, FLMon-Fri 8am-5pm € Sat 8am-Noon813-782-50133708 Copeland Dr. Zephyrhills, FLMon-Fri 8am-4pm € Nov. March $1OFF Propane Cylinder FillLimit one per person, per visit. Expires 02-28-11.$5OFF A/C Maintenance CheckLimit one per person, per visit. Expires 02-28-11.$100OFFNew A/C InstallLimit one per person, per visit. Expires 02-28-11. Pasco Regional employees and community leaders turn over the first shovels of dirt to expand the hospital's emergency departmen t. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) The area of Tommytown along Lock Street has newly paved roads, a new sidewalk and a fresh appearance. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono)look good too." Rodriquez said it is also a relief to not have the dirt from the old,unpaved road constantly flying in the air. Tommytown was established in the 1940s,mainly as an area for the workers of a now closed citrus packing plant,according to community activist Margarita Romo. Today,the area is home to mostly migrant workers who labor in the orange groves and various fruit and vegetable fields in the area. While the community's appearance has been upgrade,many in the area cannot afford to use the new sewer lines.Charlene Daprile,Pasco assistant manager for community development,said state money was originally going to be used to pay the impact fees for Tommytown property owners.However,budget cuts have changed those plans since the project started in 2002.Daprile said a homeowner pays about $5,000 per year for those impact fees.She said the county is working with federal housing services to secure funding so the residents of Tommytown can enjoy all the improvements. "It would be a shame to have new lines that were too expensive for the residents to use,"Daprile said."We're still working on it." Additionally,Daprile said the original federal loan was for $13.6 million.The remaining money will be used for improvements to the Lacoochee,Kent Grove,Gulf Highlands and Moon Lake communities in Pasco.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 16,2011 14 Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports Seahawks come up just short of the final fourBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comPasco High is an established boys soccer power in Pasco County,but upstart Sunlake High marched into Dade City and upset the Pirates 2-1 in the Class 4A regional semifinals Feb. 8. Pasco (21-3) was coming off a game where they shutout high-scoring Land O'Lakes High,but could not hold down the Seahawks (20-9-1). "It's our biggest win in our school's history in soccer and now we're in the final eight,"said Sunlake coach Sam Koleduk."So,it is very exciting for our team.And,coming and beating a team that's just beat Land O'Lakes now is extremely exciting." In the fourth minute,Colin Armstrong headed in a pass from sophomore Conner Gilboy past Pirates sophomore goalkeeper Angel Garcia. Pasco answered in the 36th minute when senior Jose Flores set up sophomore Carlos Riojas for a one-time shot past Sunlake senior goalkeeper David Danahy. The Seahawks took the lead for good when senior Jordan Landry scored his 51st goal of the season and the 117th of his high school career. The winning tally came off a free kick by junior Calvin Restrepo in the 53rd minute. "They definitely caught us asleep on the second goal,that was a sure thing,"said Pasco coach Barry Grayling."The first goal,we just weren't marking up.We paid the price." Sunlake then moved into a defensive alignment to preserve the one-goal lead.Koleduk said he was nervous that the Pirates would be able to breakthrough,but they could not get past the Seahawks defense. Sunlake then played at Celebration High in the regional finals,but the Seahawks came up one game shy of the final four losing 1-0 in penalty kicks.Sunlake was the only remaining Pasco County school in the boys soccer postseason. The final was scoreless through regulation and the two overtimes.It went to penalty kicks,where Celebration ended up on top 4-3 to win 1-0.Ryan Norberg,Gilboy and Landry converted their kicks,but it was not enough for Sunlake. Sunlake was playing in the program's first ever regional tournament after finishing as the district runnerup to Land O'Lakes.The squad also won 20 games for the first time in its four-year history. ÐStaff Writer Tammy Sue Struble contributed to this story.All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches.Sunlake upsets Pasco in regional semifinals Pasco senior midfielder and forward Daniel Corona had six goals and 10 assists in his senior season. (Photos by Tammy Sue Struble) Senior defender Nathan Tellez was part of a Pirates backline that had 14 shutouts and allowed just 14 goals all year.By Joe Humphreyjhumphrey@cnewspubs.comWesley Chapel High boys basketball didn't win the district title,but the tournament host Wildcats did crash the bracket to earn a spot in the regional playoffs. The Wildcats,playing from the sixth seed in the Class 4A-District 7 tournament,won two games last week before running into the class of the county Feb.12.Hudson High dominated the district title game,70-39,but a runner-up finish was good enough for the Wildcats (13-15) to keep their season alive.And though they didn't necessarily show it Ñ they left the runner-up trophy by the water cooler instead of taking it into the locker room after the game Ñ coach Doug Greseth said making the playoffs is a significant step."For as young as we are,I was proud to get to the championship,"he said."We've got seven freshmen and sophomores,so it's a good experience for them." Hudson improved to 20-7 with the win. The Cobras opened the game with a 7-0 run,and dropped 21 straight points in the second quarter,fueled by a 14-point quarter by senior Richey Williams. The Wildcats trailed 37-15 at the half after shooting 5-for-32 from the field.While they did improve after halftime,Hudson held the Wildcats to their lowest score of the season. "I'm disappointed with the way we played,"Greseth said."We missed a lot of layups,free throws,a lot of opportunities." Christian Parra led the Wildcats with 13 points.Hudson was led by Williams'26 and Jamal Branco's 18. The Wildcats topped Gulf 64-58 and Pasco 47-42 to earn a spot in the district finals.Next up,a short trip to Wiregrass Ranch for the opening round.Wesley Chapel advances to basketball playoffs The Carrollwood Day boys basketball team will play in the first regional tournament in school history this week,but fell short of the first district championship.The Patriots (15-8) entered the Class 1A-District 9 tournament as the No.1 seed and advanced to the finals,but were outmatched by Cambridge Christian 56-46 on Feb 12.Carrollwood Day ensured itself of a spot in regionals by making it to the finals."It is exciting for our program,"said Patriots coach Baker Mabry."We're still a young program.Maybe the pressure got to us a little in the district finals,but I think that experience in a pressure game will benefit us in regionals." Michael Filer led the way for Carrollwood Day with 20 points,followed by Matt Phillips who added 11. The Patriots will now travel to play Naples Seacrest Country Day at 7 p.m.on Thursday,Feb.17. By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comLast year,the Wiregrass Ranch boys basketball team suffered a season ending loss 57-52 to Nature Coach in the district semifinals. The Bulls (21-7) avenged that disappointment in the Class 4A-District 8 finals Feb.12 by defeating the Sharks 59-52 to win the first district crown in program history. "It's really a great feeling to be able to come back and beat them my senior year," said Wiregrass Ranch guard James Tringali. "We started out four years ago with only a couple wins and have gotten better each year." Four years ago the Bulls went 7-19,followed by a 9-17 campaign in the 2008-09 season and a 21-6 record last year. The Bulls had to fight back from a 26-21 halftime deficit to claim the district crown. Nature Coast was leading 52-51 in the last two minutes when Wiregrass Ranch went on an 8-0 run to end the game.It is the first time the Bulls have defeated Nature Coast in program history. Senior Michael Chase led the way for Wiregrass Ranch, pouring in 20 points,while pulling down a team-high nine rebounds and adding two blocks. Senior Antwan Prince put up 17 points in the finals.Tringali had a team leading six assists while also posting 12 points,seven rebounds and three steals. The Bulls will play in the first regional tournament game in program history on Thursday,Feb.17 against Wesley Chapel High,which finished as the runner-up in the 4A-7 district tournament. "That will be a fun game,"Tringali said. "They're in another district,but they're the closest school to us.We played them earlier this year and it's always intense.It'll be like a battle for Wesley Chapel." ÐAll stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches.Carrollwood Day boys make first regional appearanceBulls bring home first district title Battle for Wesley ChapelThursday,Feb.17,7 p.m. 4A Regional quarterfinal Wesley Chapel at Wiregrass Ranch Last meeting (Feb.4):Wiregrass Ranch 85,Wesley Chapel 50 Michael Chase had a team-high 20 points in the Bulls district finals win. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com) Christian Para led the way for Wesley Chapel with 13 points in the district finals. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com) Pasco Coach Berry Grayling Sunlake coach Sam Koleduk

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 16,2011 15 The wrestling regional tournaments were completed last week.Listed are the local athletes who will be moving on to states.The name of the wrestler is followed by their grade level,weight class,record and school.Steinbrenner High led the way with four athletes qualifying,followed by Freedom with two.All qualifiers are as recorded by the Florida High School Athletic Association.Class 1AÑAustin Hanold,So.,103 pounds,39-15, Steinbrenner ÑJosman Gamez,Jr.,112 pounds,55-9, Pasco ÑJosh Fulford,Sr.,140 pounds,54-4, Steinbrenner ÑNick Popolillo,Jr.,152 pounds,35-5, Wesley Chapel ÑTyler Reed,Sr.,171 pounds,35-11, Steinbrenner ÑRyon Keith,Sr.,189 pounds,46-11, SteinbrennerClass 2AÑJohn Ortiz,So.,112 pounds,42-5,Sunlake ÑDylan Koesling,Sr.,130 pounds,38-12, Wiregrass RanchClass 3AÑTrey Larson,Sr.,160 pounds,26-9, Freedom ÑAndrew Ford,Sr.,189 pounds,28-7, FreedomSPORTS Sunlake's Ruiz places at states Alex Ruiz lifted the sixth most weight in the state in the 110-pound class. (File photo)Wrestling regional tournament re-cap Sunlake High sophomore Alex Ruiz is in her first season as a girls weightlifter, but the novice finished better than any other girl in central or east Pasco County. Ruiz put up a combined 270 pounds in the state final meet Ñ 140 in the bench press and 130 in the clean and jerk.The amount was good enough for the sixth most in Florida in the 110pound weight class. Other area athletes who placed in the top 20 in the event include Zephyrhills High's Carly Patton and Wesley Chapel High's Sarah Reamer, both in the 139-pound weight class. Patton put up a combined 295 pounds, good enough for 11th place.Reamer lifted 260 to come in 17th.ÐAll results as recorded by the Florida High School Athletic Association. Check This Out Wesley Chapel football trio sign Wesley Chapel High football players Jake Battin,Patrick Jackson and Jonathan Lucas will sign their letters of intent to play in college Feb.8.They are the first to sign under coach Ben Alford,who took over the program last season. "It feels good that they are going to college," Alford said."They did the hard work to get there and they deserve it.I have one more that will sign soon.That means all four of my seniors that wanted to play college football will have the opportunity.That is the thing I am most proud of." Jackson,a wide receiver,and Lucas,an offensive lineman,will both play at Iowa Western Community College.The 5-foot-10,160pound Jackson had 10 catches for 100 yards and one touchdown last season,while adding 18 tackles and one interception as a defensive back.Lucas opened up holes for a Wildcats run game averaged 127.4 rushing yards per game.Battin,a team captain,will play at Butte College,a member of the California Community College Athletic Association.He played on both the defensive and offensive lines.List of approved composite batsThe National Federation of State High School Associations has released a list of approved composite bats for the high school baseball season.The group had banned all composites for baseball last summer after a study found they launched balls too quickly back at pitchers.The Florida High School Athletic Association follows standards set by the national group.All approved bats have a filled core.All hollow bats remain banned.The list can be viewed at www.nfhs.org/content.aspx?id=4155.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. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 16,2011 16 Send business news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com NEW BUSINESSES WORLD OF BEER COMES TO LAND O' LAKESWorld of Beer opened its 12th franchise location on Feb.8 at 2081 Collier Parkway in Land O'Lakes.World of Beer offers a casual atmosphere,an extensive beer selection, daily specials,a knowledgeable staff and special events.It also has live music on Thursday-Saturday nights. World of Beer expects to open more than 20 other locations by the end of 2011.NEW SIGN-A-RAMA FRANCHISESIGN-A-RAMA,the world's largest sign franchise,is opening a new store at 1821 Bruce B.Downs Blvd.,No.111,in Wesley Chapel.Its grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony is set for at 5:30-7:30 p.m.Feb.24.Those attending the ceremony will be able to tour the store and get a first-hand look at signage options.They can also enjoy a wine tasting and raffles.Proceeds from the raffle go to St.Jude Children's Research Hospital. For more information on SIGN-A-RAMA of New Tampa,contact the store at (813) 9940101 or visit www.signarama-newtampa.com.RELOCA TIONS SCENE ON GLASS MEDIA MOVESScene on Glass Media has moved from its previous location in Zephyrhills to a new location at 29446 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel.The company uses cutting-edge technology to offer innovative designs and quality printing to deliver a wide range of mediarelated services.It takes pride in finding the proper balance between creativity and effectiveness on every assignment it completes.The company boasts more than 30 years of experience and technical knowledge with an extensive background in Internet marketing,advertisement and business.For more information call (888) 406-2030 or e-mail info@SceneonGlassMedia.com.CENTRAL P ASCO CHAMBER BUSINESS EXPO WORKSHOPSThe Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce has announced a number of Business Expo workshops,for February and March at the Copperstone Meeting Facility, 3632 Land O'Lakes Blvd.,Suite No.100.All workshops are between 11:30 a.m.and 1 p.m.and include lunch.The workshops are open to the public.There is a $7 charge for each workshop.If you would like to attend any of these sessions,RSVP to the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce office before the specified deadline by calling (813) 909-2722.Feb. 22: MindBody WorksRon Ragno will present the benefits of Shing Yi Chi Kung,a gentle exercise that is sometimes referred to as Chinese Yoga. Workshop is limited to 15 participants. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes.The movements are easy and gentle.RSVP by Feb.18.Feb. 23: Finding Balance in Life Kelley Rexroad of Krex Consulting will provide practical tips on balancing your work life,home life,volunteer life and leisure activities.RSVP by Feb.21. Feb. 25: "Women & Heart Health" Betty Davis,manager of nutrition care at Regional Medical Center at Bayonet Point, will give a talk on "Women & Heart Health." RSVP by Feb.23. March 1: Retirement: Is It Possible?Christine B.Cooper,of Cooper Financial Services will discuss how to turn the dream of retirement into a reality. She will discuss the tradeoffs of enjoying today while planning for fun tomorrow. RSVP by Feb.28.March 2: "The corporate veil É" Mark Rothman will speak on "The Corporate Veil:What it is and what it can do for you."RSVP by March 1. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS February 16,2011 17 By Samantha TaylorPure Health StudiosOne of the things I love about writing these articles is I get to think of new ways of showing you that you can eat healthy and enjoy it too.If you are able to have a little fun while implementing your healthy eating plan, you'll find it easier to stick with it,instead of being strict all the time. My most recent visit was to First Watch on Bruce B.Downs,just south of SR 56.I went in there for a veg'd out omelet,but I was surprised to find out that they had whole-wheat pancakes,so I went for that instead. The omelet is loaded with vegetables and you can order egg whites or egg substitute with no cholesterol although it does come with cheese in it.You can tell them to skip the cheese if you want to be totally health-conscious or let loose a little and ask them to use just a small amount of cheese. It comes with a side of breakfast potatoes, which probably are too high in calories to combine with the eggs,so just ask for the English muffin with a little jelly.If you manage to eat only half of the omelet and the muffin, you're doing a great job. So anyway,for this visit,I got their wholewheat pancakes at First Watch.All their pancakes are whole wheat,isn't that great? Be sure you ask them beforehand to leave off the butter,since it comes with a large pat of butter on top. You can spruce it up a bit by adding blueberries or a small serving of chocolate chips and whipped cream.Those really do not add that many calories and honestly,you may not even finish the whole thing just as what happened to me. The whole-wheat pancake is a good go-between white flour and a true whole grain pancake because there is an obvious difference in texture and density between whole-wheat flour and whole grain flour. They also offer sugar-free syrup to go with your pancakes,so you can have a little more liberty in adding some sweetness to your meal. They have a wide array of breakfast items and for lunch,they have sandwiches,soups and salads.They have a healthier side portion on their breakfast menu,so it's easier for you to go for the healthier options. I was really impressed with the additional care they put into handling food allergies.If you tell your server the foods you are allergic to,they will make sure to tell you which foods do not have that allergen.For a large corporate chain restaurant that very unique service,along with the atmosphere,gives the place a family owned business feel.Go for the whole-wheat pancakes at First WatchEditor's Note: Eating out is a staple of American life, but it is also one reason why we are heavier than ever before. The challenge is to determine the calorie and fat content of menu items and make healthy choices. Samantha Taylor offers her tips on how you can make responsible choices while dining out. The whole-wheat pancakes are huge Ñ and healthier than traditional white flour flapjacks. Samantha Taylor is a weight loss expert,personal trainer and owner of Pure Health Studios in Lutz. HEALTHY ORDERING KEVIN’S COINSSPECIALIZING IN US COINS AND PAPER MONEYLICENSED AND INSUREDBUYING COMPLETE SETS AND SINGLE COINS YOU COME TO US OR WE COME TO YOU BY APPT 813-714-0963 813-782-0825 36413 SR 54 ZEPHYRHILLS, FL 33541 WE WILL PAY TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR COINS! GOLD AND SILVER PRICES ARE AT ALL TIME HIGHS! WE’LL BEAT ANYONE’S OFFER ON YOUR COINS! FREE APPRAISALS ON ALL COINS AND PAPER MONEY! ZEPHYRHILLSSATURDAYNIGHTCRUISEDOWNTOWNZEPHYRHILLSFor more information please contact Main Street Zephyrhills,Inc.813-780-1414 or mszi@verizon.net (intersection of 301 and 54 West on 5th Ave.)Feb. 26th4:00-8:00 p.m.•No Entry Fee •Food •Music by Bob & Brian Storer •Entertainment •50/50 Raffle •Cars,Cars & More Cars CAR SHOW 4th Saturday of Every Month Main Street Zephyrhills • Buddy Foster Chevrolet • The City of Zephyrhills • Progress Energy • The Laker • The Pasco Shopper • Zephyrhills News • Pasco Roadrunners • Auto Land • Bullfrog Performance • Fast Forward Race Engines • JLP Motor Sports,Inc. • Drew Ben Hudgins,P.A. • Rigsby's Auto Parts & Sales,Inc. • L.C.W. Powder Coating & Fabrication • One Stop Resto Shop•Door Prizes for Registered AttendeesSponsors:

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( APY) 5-year CDU.S. RATESThese were the highest yields available among U.S. banks surveyed by Bankrate.com® as of Tuesday: For people who pay off balances 1-year CD Annual Annual Grace For people who carry balances % rate fee periodSallie Mae 877-346-2756 0 1.25 Zions Bank 866-761-8349 2500 1.11 First Internet Bank of Indiana 888-873-3424 100 1.10 Nationwide Bank 866-690-1165 500 1.10 Colorado Federal Svgs Bank 877-484-2372 2500 1.10 Metropolitan National Bank 866-435-9099 1000 1.35 California First National Bank 800-735-2465 5000 1.33 Colorado Federal Svgs Bank 877-484-2372 5000 1.30 Ally Bank 877-247-ALLY 0 1.29 Goldwater Bank 480-281-8200 5000 1.27 Astoria Federal Savings 800-ASTORIA 500 2.65 EverBank 866-405-5625 1500 2.61 Nationwide Bank 866-353-4291 500 2.55 State Farm Bank 877-734-2265 500 2.43 First Internet Bank of Indiana 888-873-3424 1000 2.40Amalgamated Bank of Chicago 800-723-0303 7.50 V 37 25 B Citizens Trust Bank 404-659-5959 9.25 V 0 25 B Abington Bank 215-887-4666 10.24 V 0 25 B First Command Bank 888-763-7600 10.25 F 0 25 B Citizens Trust Bank 404-659-5959 9.25 V 0 25 B Abington Bank 215-887-4666 10.24 V 0 25 B First Command Bank 888-763-7600 10.25 F 0 25 B iBERIABANK fsb 800-217-7715 10.25 V 0 25 B$ $6 Mo CD 0.30% $1.50 1 Yr CD 0.48% $4.81 5 Yr CD 1.60% $83.29$1,000 Deposit Deposit term Average rate Interest earned$100,000 Deposit1 Mo Jumbo CD 0.17% $14.17 3 Mo Jumbo CD 0.22% $55.01 6 Mo Jumbo CD 0.33% $165.14 1-year CD New car loans National Local average: average:Credit Card %%%%% 0.48 0.32 6.14 5.66 14.32 National Local average: average:$ National average: 1-Year CD National Trend 5-Year CD National Trend SunTrust Bank 800-786-8787 7.64 Bank of America 800-432-1000 7.89 Bank of America 800-432-1000 2.99 SunTrust Bank 800-786-8787 3.99 Wachovia Bank, NA 800-922-4684 10.00 Bank of America 800-432-1000 3.49 SunTrust Bank 800-786-8787 4.59 Wachovia Bank, NA 800-922-4684 11.50 Program Rate Points Fees % Down APRProgram Rate Points Fees % Down APR Legend: The rate and annual percentage rate (APR) are effective as of 2/10/11. © 2011 Bankrate, Inc. http://www.bankrate.com. T he APR may increase after consummation and may vary. Payments do not include amounts for taxes and insurance. The fees set forth for each advertisement above may be charged to open the plan (A) Mortgage Banker, (B) Mortgage Broker, (C) Bank, (D) S & L, (E) Credit Union, (BA) indicates Licensed Mortgage Banker, NYS Banking Dept., (BR) indicates Registered Mortgage Broker, NYS Banking Dept., (loans arranged through third parties). Call for RatesŽ means actual rates were not available at press time. All rates are quoted on a minimum FICO score of 700. Conv entional loans are based on loan amounts of $165,000. Jumbo loans are based on loan amounts of $435,000. Points quoted include discount and/or origination. Lock Days: 30-60. Annual percen tage rates (APRs) are based on fully indexed rates for adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs). The APR on your specific loan may differ from the sample used. Fees reflect charges relative to the APR. If your down payment is less than 20% of the homes value, you will be subject to private mortgage insurance, or PMI. Bankrate, Inc. does not guarantee the accuracy of the information appear ing above or the availability of rates and fees in this table. All rates, fees and other information are subject to change without notice. Bankrate, Inc. does not own any financial institutions. Some o r all of the companies appearing in this table pay a fee to appear in this table. If you are seeking a mortgage in excess of $417,000, recent legislation may enable lenders in certain locations to provide rates that are different from those shown in the table above. Sample Repayment Terms … ex. 360 monthly payments of $5.29 per $1,000 borrowed ex. 180 monthly payments of $7.56 per $1 ,000 borrowed. We recommend that you contact your lender directly to determine what rates may be available to you. To appear in this table, call 800-509-4636. 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No closing cost loans available.(C) 17513 Canal Shores Dr., Odessa, FL 33556 MBB 0705842 Note: Rates effective as of 2/10/11 and may change without notice. Rates may change after the account is opened. N/A means rate s are not available or not offered at press time. Yields represent annual percentage yield (APY) paid by participating institutions. Fees may reduce the earnings on the account. A pena lty may be imposed for early withdrawal. Payout of interest is mandatory for certain non-compounding accounts Banks, thrifts, brokers and credit unions pay to advertise in the CD & Deposit Guide which is compiled by Bankrate.com®, a publication of Bankrate, Inc. © 2011 To appear in this table, call 888-768-4243. To report any inaccuracies, call 888-509-4636. € www.bankrate.com Int Chking Money 3 mo 6 mo 12 mo 18 mo 24 mo 36 mo 60 mo Acct Mkt Acct CD CD CD CD CD CD CD Institution/Phone Address/Internet Min Min Min Min Min Min Min Min MinRATES & INFORMATION AVAILABLE 24/7 ON THE INTERNET @ www.bankrate.com INSTITUTIONS, TO HAVE YOUR INFORMATION APPEAR IN THIS AD CALL 888-768-4243Bank of America Call for Locations 0.05 0.10 0.03 0.05 0.20 NA 0.40 0.75 0.95 800-432-1000www.bankofamerica.com100 25 1,000 1,000 1,000 NA 1,000 1,000 1,000Specials: Call for special rates.Regions Bank 0.01 0.05 0.03 0.05 0.10 NA 0.25 0.55 0.84 800-267-6884 www.regions.com 50 100 500 500 500 NA 500 500 500Specials: Call for special rates.SunTrust Bank 0.05 NA 0.05 0.10 0.20 NA 0.40 0.75 1.10 800-786-8787 100 NA 2,000 2,000 2,000 NA 2,000 2,000 2,000Specials: Call for special rates.Wachovia Bank, N.A. 0.05 0.02 0.01 0.10 0.15 NA 0.40 0.85 1.06 800-922-4684 www.wachovia.com 100 100 1,000 1,000 1,000 NA 1,000 1,000 1,000Specials: Call for special rates. 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