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JUNE 1, 2011






Zhede Ciy E


Zephyrhills/Dade City Edition


High schools celebrate


graduation -More graduation
coverage, pages 2-3


Zephyrhills High graduate Sara Hrifko proudly holds her diploma with her
parents, Mark and Vickie Hrifko, following commencement on Friday, May
27. (Photo by Brandi Justice)


From left are hurricanes Karl, Igor and Julia as they appeared on Sept. 16, 2010. (Photo
courtesy of NOAA)


STORM SEASON ARRIVES


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

June 1 marks the start of the hurricane
season in Florida and the National Oceanic
andAtmospheric Administration (NOAA) is
predicting 12-18 named storms this year,
above the normal six to 10.
Last year there were 19 named storms,
which include hurricanes and tropical
storms, seven of which hit mainland North
America, according to the center. There

Hillsborough County Fire Rescue released
the following tips for staying safe and
prepared during hurricane season:

-Develop a family plan. Know how you
will respond should a disaster be declared or an
evacuation recommendation given.Time is of the
essence, so you should plan ahead so you will
know what to do.
-Make an emergency kit. It should in-
clude your medications, important papers like
insurance information and personal identification,
entertainment like cards or a favorite toy and
some clean clothing.
-Know your evacuation zone. There are
five designated evacuation levels that are vulnerable
to storm surge. Know if you live in one of these
zones and have a plan for where you will go, if you
need to evacuate. Be aware that everyone living in a
mobile home must evacuate at all evacuation levels.
-Be aware of your evacuation route. If
you need to evacuate, you do not need to travel


were 259 deaths directly related to those
storms and about $11.5 billion worth of
damage.
"The United States was fortunate last
year," said Jane Lubchenco, NOAA adminis-
trator. "Winds steered most of the season's
tropical storms and all hurricanes away
from our coastlines. However, we can't
count on luck to get us through this sea-
son. We need to be prepared, especially
with this above-normal outlook."
See HURRICANE, page 15

far.You just need to get outside of the evacuation
zone. Make arrangements ahead of time with fam-
ily members or a friend. Be sure to give yourself
plenty of time to get out of your zone because
the roads will be very busy during evacuations.
-Plan to have enough food, drink and
medicine to last at least three to five days after a
disaster hits. The roads may be blocked and
water, sewer and power may be knocked out by
storm damage.
-If you have physical or mental condi-
tions that require special care, be sure to
pre-register for a special needs medical shelter
where professional medical care can be provided
during the emergency.
-Have a plan for your pet. A Fritz
Institute Survey found that 44 percent of the peo-
ple who did not evacuate for Hurricane Katrina
stayed at least in part because they did not want
to leave their pets behind. Call your county's
emergency management office to find out where
the pet shelters are in your jurisdiction.


Graduate Joseph Rivera appears to be giving credit where credit is due after receiving his diploma at the
Pasco High graduation exercises Friday, May 27 at W.F. Edwards Stadium in Dade City. (Photo by Gary S.
Hatrick)



* Pasco County stresses safety


to limit more dog bites


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com
The Pasco County Health Department
has seen an increase in dog bites during the
last two years.The department and Pasco
Animal Services are teaming up to reverse
the trend.
The health department has had 695 re-
ported dog attacks in the last six months,
but one in New Port Richey spurred the re-
cent push.
A year ago,Thomas Carter Jr. was killed
after suffering more than 50 puncture
wounds from an attack by the family's pit
bull mix breed. The infant was only seven
days old.
Additionally, 133 dog attacks were re-
ported to the department in March, the
second-highest number of cases in a month
since statistics have been kept in the coun-
ty, according to its agency's education
director, Rosemary Lyons.
Lyons added that 1,217 attacks were filed
in 2009, which increased to 1,244 the next
year. She added that fatalities are very rare,


Pasco County has had more than 2,500
reported dog attacks in the last two years.
(Photo courtesy of Pasco Animal Services)
but generally happen with the very young
or very old.
The death of the Carter baby followed
another deadly incident in December 2009,
when 22-month-old Dallas Walters was
killed by a relative's rottweiler-labrador mix
breed at a birthday party. Both animals were
put down after the attack.
See BITES, page 14


Storm-damaged tax collector's office to remain closed


Tax Collector Mike Olson has announced
that he will not reopen his storm damaged
Zephyrhills office.The Westgate Shopping
Center facility, at SR 54 andAllen Road, has
been shuttered since March 31, when high
winds ripped open the roof, resulting in se-
vere water damage and mold growth.
"Environmental experts I hired have con-
firmed a mold outbreak," Olson said. "Their
recommendation was to gut the space and
start over. That meant ripping out and re-
placing the drywall, ceiling tiles, insulation,
carpet, air conditioning ductwork, and so
forth. In other words, a complete rebuild.To
ignore the consultant's report and rebuild
the office to a lesser degree is an option I'm
not willing to take.The safety of my employ-
ees and customers comes first."


Olson said he is looking for land to build
a new regional office, complete with driver
license services, in the Zephyrhills-Wesley
Chapel area.
"Considering everything, I believe it
would not be a good expenditure of the
public's money to rebuild the Westgate
Shopping Center Office," Olson said in a re-
lease.
Olson said he regretted that residents of
the Zephyrhills area will be temporarily in-
convenienced and asked them to bear with
him.
"We've had 11 good years at the
Westgate location, but now I must ask our
customers to visit our Dade City or Land O'
Lakes offices, which served them before we
opened in Zephyrhills."







Farewell, Zephyrhills High 7

The Zephyrhills High Class of 2011 celebrated graduation on
Friday, May 28 at the Lakeland Center. (Photos by Brandi Justice)


C.J. Strong flashes a smile after I I A A
the accomplishment of his high Best of friends, from left, Alexandra Correia, Alex
school career. Fern and Shayna Casarez.


Valedictorian Anson Angail joins Jeslin George and Nikhil Mani.


Graduate Teresa Luna and her boyfriend
Tam Huynh celebrate after graduation.


Longtime friends Savannah Knebel and
Sarah Smith.


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Graduation Day for Pasco Pirates
Pasco High's Class of 2011 celebrated graduation on Friday, May 27 at W.F. Edwards Stadium in
Dade City. (Photos by Gary S. Hatrick)


National Honor Society president Teresa Christmas gives an inspi-
rational message to her fellow graduates titled "God is Already
There." Christmas has earned an associate of arts degree through
dual enrollment at Pasco-Hernando Community College.


graduate uevin wilson gives a celebratory wave to me crowa matter
receiving his diploma at the Pasco High graduation.


Brooke
Parham and
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Morales
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their seats
during the
incoming
procession
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Pasco High
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Principal Patrick Reedy pretends to inspect
Pasco High Valedictorian Luke Richter's
speech after Richter jokingly said that his
speech was approved by administration
but he chose to deliver a different one.


Pasco High magna cum laude graduate
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assembled graduates.
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Charlie and Angie Proctor invite the
Zephyrhills community to the open
house of their new store, Charlie's
Coins & Collectibles, this Saturday
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.


Charlie's Coins
Celebrates Open
House Of New
Store This Saturday
There are a lot of people in the gold coin
business these days, but few have the passion
and knowledge found in Charlie Proctor.
Charlie started collecting coins at age 6
when he found his first mercury dime. "That
was the beginning of my collecting and I've
never stopped," said the long-time
Zephyrhills resident and owner of Charlie's
Coin & Collectibles.
After 40 years of collecting, Charlie had
no more room to store his ever-growing mass
of gold and silver coins and decided it was
time to open a retail store.
The grand opening of Charlie's Coins and
Collectibles is this Saturday, June 4, from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. at 5529 Eighth St., close to
downtown Zephyrhills. Every visitor, even
kids, will be entered into a raffle for valuable
coins. The lucky winners will get one of the
following:
- High Grade Morgan Silver Dollar
- Walking Liberty Silver Half Dollar
- Washington Silver Quarter
- Mercury Dime
- Buffalo Nickel
- Indian Head Penny
There will also be door prizes from Angie's
Custom Jewelry, which is owned by Charlie's
wife, including fashion necklaces, earrings
and rings.
The new store is next to Charlie's Auto
Detail, which Charlie has operated for 20
years. "We tore down an old dilapidated
building with a dirt floor that was in pretty
bad shape and built the new building over its
footprint," said Charlie.


Local contractor Bobby Hilton Jr. built
the new shop and also designed and built the
store's beautiful custom oak display cases.
The store showcases a large investment
of gold and silver coins and bars, quality
heirloom jewelry and watches, high-end
pocketknives, Zippo lighters and war col-
lectibles from the Civil War to World War
II. There is also an unusual collection of
John Wayne memorabilia.
What makes Charlie's Coins &
Collectible different from the myriad of gold
stores that have opened in recent years to
capitalize on record gold prices?
"I have over 40 years of knowledge and
am associated with a major coin dealer in
New Hampshire who is one of the most
respected collectors in the industry," said
Charlie.
It is also important, Charlie notes, that
he has been in the same location for 20 years
and his customers know he will be there,
unlike some gold dealers who set up shop in
hotel lobbies.
"Here you also get the small, hometown
treatment," adds Charlie. "My customers are
not just a number."
When Charlie is not busy running his
two businesses, he is a recently elected
Zephyrhills City Councilman.
"I love Zephyrhills. It's been a good city
to me. We have the best police department,
fire department and city management. I am
proud to serve the people of Zephyrhills as a
small business owner and now as a council-
man," said Charlie.


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Antonio Ayala receives his certificate of completion from Woodland Elementary Principal
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By Kyle LoJacono
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Preliminary budget projections released
by the Pasco County commissioners have
cut almost $5 million for several depart-
ments for the 2011-12 fiscal year.
The cuts could eliminate 13 positions to
help meet the county's budget, which Pasco
finance director
Michael Nurrenbrock
predicts will shrink
by 4.5 percent from
this year.
The county's
Human Services
Department is sched-
uled to take the
hardest hit, losing $1 Michael Nurrenbrock
million from 2010-11
levels.That would amount to an 11 percent
reduction.
Also feeling the pinch are Pasco Parks
and Recreation Department and the coun-
ty's library system, which would lose a
combined $650,000. The hit comes after
three years of cuts to both departments.
Pasco parks have lost $1.8 million from its
budget since 2008, according to department
director Rick Buckman. Those reductions
could have been much higher if the commis-
sioners hadn't approved new user fees to
make up a nearly $700,000 deficit.
The library system lost $2.26 million
from the county during that time, according
to the department's director Nancy
Fredericks.That is on top of reductions from
the state and federal level.
Two areas that appear to be safe from
cuts are the Pasco County Sheriff's Office
and the Supervisor of Elections office.
Last year, former Pasco Sheriff Bob White
fought with the commission for months to
get a $4 million increase in funding to hire
new deputies and handle other rising costs.


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-Anime and Manga Club, 6:30 p.m.June 2
-First Saturday Book Club, 11 a.m.June 4
-Beginning Spanish Class, 12 p.m.June 4
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He settled for a boost of $925,000.
The sheriff's office is not letting on if it
will ask for another increase.
"Our budget will be released June 1," said
Pasco Sherriff spokesman Kevin Doll."We
will reserve comment until that time."
Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley said
he will not ask for additional funding, but
will not cut his budget either.
"We will have a presidential election in
2012 and dealing with redistricting from the
new census numbers," Corley said."We've
had to cut the budget by about 28 percent
during the last four years and we can't hold
elections if we have any more cuts."
Corley said his current operating budget
is $2.6 million, small potatoes when it
comes to the sheriff's $88 million budget.
"It wouldn't do much to cut our budget,"
Corley said. "The meat of the budget, the
vast majority of the cost comes from the
sheriff's budget."
County Commission Chairwoman Ann
Hildebrand said they are trying to work out
the budget without raising property taxes
or making more user fees.
"Things are tough and I don't believe our
citizens can be expected to continue to pay
more for the same services," Hildebrand
said.
The most recent county citizen survey
indicated that just more than 50 percent of
respondents would be willing to pay slightly
more for their services, but only 2,000 peo-
ple took part in the poll.
"I don't think we want to put too much
faith in the survey," said Commissioner Ted
Schrader."People are struggling out there.
They're concerned about gas prices.They're
concerned about paying their electric bill.
They're concerned about their mortgage."
Budget talks will heat up during July and
August as it needs to be agreed and voted
on by Sept. 30 to take effect at the start of
October.


-Candy Sushi Party, 6 p.m.June 9
-Shrinky Dinks Craft Program, 1 p.m.June 11
-TheWildWorld ofAnimals, 2 p.m.June 16
-Globetrotting with Paul - Destination Egypt, 6
p.m.June 16
-R.PG. Gaming, 1 p.m.June 18
-Explorer'sWanted! 2 p.m.June 23
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Lutz woman enjoys creating prize-winning recipes


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

When Wendy Hauver sets out
to create a recipe, she thinks
about the individual flavor of
each ingredient.
She knows the taste of every
spice in her cabinets because o
she's sampled each one.
While cooking, she pays Wendy Ha
close attention to the aroma, net, so sh
"I cook by smelling. I don't
taste as I'm cooking," the Lutz woman said.
She also likes using lots of different kinds
of olive oils and specialty food items she
picks up from various locales when she
travels.
"To me, it's about the chemistry of cook-
ing," said Hauver, who in recent months has
won three recipe contests and has had a
recipe for a breakfast burrito posted on the
Just Pinch Recipe Club website
(www.justapinch.com).
She won the grand prize in the "Season's
Best Recipe Contest" from Publix in January.
Her"Shrimp and Sherry Rice" took first
place in the "Ultimate Recipe Contest" by
Aroma in February.
And, she won The Novemburger
Hamburger Cook-Off contest sponsored last
year by the St. Petersburg Times.
Besides bragging rights, Hauver has gar-
nered prizes for her creative cooking ideas.
Her hamburger recipe that includes ap-
ples won the Publix competition, which
was rewarded with a year's worth of free
groceries, valued at $5,200. She also won
$250 in free products fromAroma.
The Rushe Middle School teacher said
she doesn't fuss over precision when she
cooking her family a meal.
"I'm not much of a measurer" Hauver
said."You kind of get to know what a tea-
spoon of this looks like, and what a
tablespoon of that looks like."


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auver has tasted each of the spices in her cabi-
e'll know what each one will bring to her recipes.

And, she's not above using
shortcuts in preparing meals.
"I try to keep everything I
do relatively easy, you know
like using pre-made things as
much as possible," Hauver said.
She relies on family - chil-
dren Kaitlynn and Dillon
Fleming, stepson Will Hauver
and husband Bill Hauver - to
be her chief tasters.
Hauver said was attracted to
cooking when she was quite
small. Even before she began
learning to cook, she would
pretend to make meals in her
toy kitchen.
"My first big adventure in
cooking was for my parents'an- Wendy Ha
niversary. I think I was 12. I winning rec
cooked them dinner. I even had
my mom's friend go get a bottle of wine so I
could serve wine with my dinner."
It wasn't exactly the grand triumph she
envisioned.
"The mashed potatoes came out kind of
weird-looking," Hauver said, which made her
nervous.
Then her mom, who is not a drinker,
took a sip of wine to be polite - and devel-
oped a headache.
"I thought my cooking made her sick,"
Hauver said,not realizing it was the wine.


A look at the breakfast burrito dish
that is close to completion.


uver of Lutz has concocted some prize-
cipes. (Photos by B.C. Manion) t|
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It wasn't the outcome she'd imag- C
ined, but she was undaunted.
While some cooks jealously guard re
their recipes, Hauver enjoys sharing
hers. She also likes to try out new
recipes.
She ran across the Justapinch website
when she was surfing the Internet. It's a
great place to find free recipes, Hauver said.
She makes no claims of being top chef,
but Hauver said her experience in the
kitchen has taught her a trick or two.


Sunny Side in
Breakfast Burrito

ingredients
eggs
14 c. milk
0 oz. ground sage and pork sausage
0 oz. frozen O'Brien style hash browns
tsp. tarragon, dried
Tbsp. smoked paprika
tsp. sea salt
/2 tsp. cracked black pepper
burrito-sized tortillas
c.arugula
/2 c. shredded Colby cheese
/2 c. prepared chunky salsa

Directions: Crack eggs into medium bowl.
\dd milk and whisk until fully blended (mixture
should be sunny-yellow). Set aside.
Crumble sausage into a large frying pan.
ook until slightly browned.Add hash browns
nd continue to cook until hash browns are
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She highly recommends that cooks clean
as they go.That avoids those big messes at
the end, she said.
She also suggests that cooks taste every
ingredient they use.
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Check out Cub Scouts Pack No. 203
during the School's Out Celebration June
4 at Lexington Oaks Community Center
sports field, 26304 Lexington Oaks Blvd.
inWesley Chapel. Rain date is June 11. For
information, contactAnnie Horn at (813)
991-4177 or tampatoot@rocketmail.com.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
CrossRoads Community United Methodist
Church is hosting "Hometown Nazareth"
Vacation Bible School from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
June 20-24 for children entering
kindergarten through fifth grade. Cost is
$25 per child, $50 maximum per family.
CrossRoads is located at 26211 County
Line Road in Wesley Chapel. For
information, call (813) 907-5815.

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can enter. Contest runs June 1 to June 18.
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inWesley Chapel at 26409 Silver Maple
Parkway, and in Brooksville at 12935
Cortez Blvd. For information, call (813)
907-8188 or (352) 596-2225.

PAGEANT FOR GIRLS
The sixth annual Miss Sparklebration
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TEACHER APPRECIATION
MOSI is having a Teacher Appreciation
Summer,June 1 -Aug. 26.Teachers in
the state of Florida get free general
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members of teachers also receive $5
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DRIVING COURSE
Pasco Regional Medical Center will
present the AARP Driving Safety Course
for drivers over the age of 50 on June 6
and 8. Learn safe, defensive driving skills.A
discount on auto insurance is possible for
those completing the course.To register,
call John Wheeler at (813) 788-7408.


BRAIN LECTURE
MOSI will host"Beyond Boundaries," a
thought-provoking discussion on brain
function,June 8. Registration and
refreshments at 6 p.m.; lecture at 6:30
p.m.;dessert and coffee at 7:30 p.m.
Admission is free. Seating is limited.To
RSVP, call (813) 987-6000.

D-DAY AT MUSEUM
The Zephyrhills Museum of Military
History will present a tribute to the
landings on Normandy beaches from 10
a.m.4 p.m.June 4.The event will include
military equipment and vehicles on
display.The museum is located at the
Zephyrhills Airport Barracks, 39450 South
Ave. For information, call (813) 788-5969.

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GREYHOUNDS MEET
Greyhound Rescue andAdoptions of
Tampa Bay will have a meet and greet
from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.June 4 at theWesley


Chapel Petco, 1231 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
For information, call (813) 971-4732 or
visit www.great-greyhound.org.

NEWCOMERS COFFEE
Tampa Bay Newcomers will host coffee at
the Meadow Pointe II clubhouse, 30051
County Line Road inWesley Chapel, at 10
a.m. June 8. Meet new people and make
new friends.TO RSVP, contact Marilia
Rodriguez at mariliar@aol.com or (813)
335-0547.

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The Referral Institute will offer"Playing
while Networking for Results" from 5:30-
7:30 p.m.June 13 at Embassy Suites,
10220 Palm River Road inTampa.The
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fun while networking and growing your
business. Space is limited. Cost is $49
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AWARDS MEMBERS
Luke Richter and Teresa Christmas of
Pasco High each received a $2,500 scholar-
ship from the San Antonio Citizens Federal
Credit Union.The students, who graduated
last week, had both been members of the
credit union since there were just a few
months old.
The winners were chosen from all appli-
cations received representing graduating
students from three different area high
schools. Christmas received an additional
$1,500 scholarship on behalf of the League
of Southeastern Credit Union Foundation
presented by presidentTeresa McDougall
and treasurer Patty Same of The Tampa
Chapter of Credit Unions.

NATIONAL MERIT AWARDS
Dawson H. Friedland of Land O' Lakes
High and Carlos J. Hernandez, a home-
schooled student who lives in Odessa, were
among roughly 1,000 distinguished high
school students who have won corporate-
sponsored National Merit Scholarship
awards financed by about 200 corpora-
tions, company foundations and other
business organizations.

KUDOS AND MILESTONES
LAND O' LAKES HIGH ONE OF
NATION'S BEST
Land O' Lakes High has been named one
of America's top schools in the Washington


s1nooi oanlla iNo. num ior ita ant No. /,7)o
in the nation.

LEARNING GATE WINS
PLANNING AWARD
The Hillsborough County City-County
Planning Commission has bestowed awards
of excellence to Learning Gate Community
School in the environmental and sustain-
ability categories in its annual awards
competition.

LUTZ WOMAN GRADUATES FROM
SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY
Krystal Eve Filsinger of Lutz graduated
from Saint Leo University in April with a
bachelor of social work, with minors in phi-
losophy and sociology. She was president of
the SocialWork club at Saint Leo and was
president of"The Quest."
She is now employed at Heritage Park
Health and Rehabilitation in Dade City.

RUSHE STUDENTS WIN BIG
AT SPEECH CONTEST
Trevor Lloyd of Rushe Middle School
won first place among seventh and eighth
graders with a speech about bullying in the
4H/Tropicana Public Speaking competition.
Isabella Brown, another Rushe student, won
an honorable mention for her speech on
"Chocolate Potatoes."

HILLSBOROUGH SCHOOL
DISTRICT WINS AP AWARD
Gaston Caperton, president of the


College Board,was in Tampa on May 25 at
an event to honor the Hillsborough County
school district as the 2011 AP District of the
Year BeaconAward.
From 2008 to 2010, Hillsborough
achieved the largest increase in the number
of students earning Advanced Placement
Exam scores of 3 or higher of any school
district in the nation, an increase of 1,814
students.
The district also increased student par-
ticipation inAP courses and exams by an
annual rate of 19 percent. Hillsborough
also plans to send a delegation to theAP
Annual Conference in San Francisco in
July to share the district's best practices
withAP educators from around the coun-
try.The district also will receive a $25,000
grant.
FUN STUFF AT SCHOOL
CARROLLWOOD DAY SCHOOL
COMBATS CHILDHOOD OBESITY
Carrollwood Day School joined First
Lady Michelle Obama's campaign against
childhood obesity by doing a workout to
Beyonce's Move Your Body."The event was
at the school's football field on May 27, the
last day of school.

CDS STUDENTS PICK STOCKS
A team at Carrollwood Day School
placed second in the middle school age
group in the Stock Market Simulation
Game. The competition included 825
students from 21 middle schools in the
Gulf Coast region. Members on the win-
ning team were C. J. Augustine, Bryce
Benedict and Theo Vicencio.They earned
a 13 percent on their hypothetical in-
vestment.

CONTESTS
POETS CAN WIN $250
The Tampa Bay Estuary Program is spon-
soring a poetry contest about invasive
plants and animals.The best poet will win
$250.
The Invasive Species Poetry Contest is
open any resident of Hillsborough,
Manatee, Pinellas, Pasco or Polk counties.
Poems will be judged and awarded in Adult
and Junior (18 and under) divisions. Poems
may be written in any format - rhyme, lim-
erick, haiku - and creativity and originality


are encouraged. To find out more, go to
www.tbep.org/poetrycontest.html. The
deadline for entry is June 30.

HELPING OTHERS
DONOR SUPPORTS SINGLE-
GENDER MAGNET SCHOOLS
Tampa philanthropist John Kirtley has
donated $100,000 to the Hillsborough
County public school district for its new
single-gender preparatory academies sched-
uled to open next fall.
Kirtley is chairman of Florida's Step Up
For Students scholarship program. His con-
tribution will be matched by Step Up For
Students through a grant paid for by the
Walton Family Foundation, bringing the
total donation to $200,000.
The gifts come as the district prepares
to convert Franklin Middle Magnet School
into a Boys Preparatory Academy and
Ferrell Middle Magnet School to a Girls
PreparatoryAcademy.

PHCC FOUNDATION GETS
NEW SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS
A new Pasco-Hernando Community
College scholarship has been established in
the name of Alfred H. and Doris E.Jansen.
The scholarship will benefit students en-
rolled at PHCC who demonstrate a financial
need. Interested students may submit their
application through the college's online
scholarship application at http://scholar-
ships.phcc.edu.
To contribute to the foundation, or for
more information, call (727) 816-3410 or
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By Kyle LoJacono
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A year ago, rail was the focus of any dis-
cussion on regional transportation, but two
key rejections have tabled most talk by vari-
ous development groups on the mass transit
option.
In November, Hillsborough County resi-
dents voted a resounding no to increasing
sales tax by a penny to, in part, fund light
rail in the county. In February, Gov. Rick
Scott also refused $2.4 billion in federal
money to build a high speed rail system to
connect Orlando and Tampa.
"Those two things have really reduced
the likelihood of any kind of large rail sys-
tem in the region anytime soon," said Pasco
County Commission chairwoman Ann
Hildebrand.
Hildebrand is also Pasco's representative
on the Tampa Bay Area Regional
TransportationAuthority (TBARTA). She said
no official action has been taken byTBARTA
to end discussion on rail, but said almost all
their proposals hinged on Hillsborough vot-
ers and the governor.
"The high speed rail was going to con-
nect central Florida," Hildebrand said."Light


rail was going to con-
nect Hillsborough to
that high speed line
and once that was
built, the commission-
ers in Pasco were
going to work to get
our own light rail sys-
tem to connect with Ann Hildebrand
Hillsborough. A lot
has changed'"
Hildebrand pro-
posed a plan to try
and pass a regional
tax to fund light rail,
which would include
Pasco, Hillsborough
and Pinellas counties,
but recent actions by Mark Sharpe
another regional
transportation planning board seems to put
any such deal in serious doubt.
Hillsborough Area Rapid Transit (HART)
took the official action of winding down
planning and exploring light rail in the
county, including ending any additional
funding.To date, HART has spent nearly $1.5
million studying how light rail lines could
be used in the county. That could save as


much as $300,000 in proposed future stud-
ies.
"Right now, continuing to fund some-
thing our voters have voted no to doesn't
make sense," said Hillsborough
Commissioner and HART board member
Mark Sharpe. "We have less money to do
anything with right now, so we need to
focus on what our citizens want.
"That doesn't mean light rail is dead for
good," Sharpe continued."It just means we
have to look at the most important thing
and prioritize what we do."
Federal money for a rail system can only
be given if counties perform such studies as
what HART has already done. By winding
down funding instead of immediately halt-
ing the studies, HART members predict
such money could be sought in the future.
Sharpe said HART will likely shift the
focus of discussion and spending to im-
prove county bus services.
The news of a shift in focus away from
rail is a victory for No Tax for Tracks, a
Tampa Bay area group that fought to keep
Hillsborough voters from passing the tax
last year.
John Hendricks, one of the group's
founders, said any plan to bring rail to
Tampa Bay is a bad idea.
Hendricks said improved roadways are
the best way to help with transportation.
The Florida Department of


Transportation (FDOT) is currently doing a
$1.7 million study to see if a short-distance
rail line to connect Wesley Chapel in Pasco
County to the University of South Florida
(USF) would be beneficial.
Elba Lopez, FDOT's public transit/in-
termodal administrator for the area, has
said the study is still very early in the
process and no system would be put in
place for many years, if at all. The plan
would be to run the rail line along Bruce
B. Downs Boulevard from SR 54 in Wesley
Chapel south to USF, a stretch of 50 miles.
Stops would likely be at places like The
Grove at Wesley Chapel, The Shops at
Wiregrass, University Community
Hospital and USE
Whatever the findings, public sentiment
seems to have moved off rails.
"We would have liked to have seen rail
go into place now, but we have a lot of
other things to worry about," Hildebrand
said."We'll see what the future holds, but it's
likely to be in the future and not the pres-
ent."

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Weather halts Zephyrhills-Pasco spring game


Story and photos by Gary S. Hatrick
Laker Correspondent

The spring football game between rivals
Zephyrhills High and Pasco High was called in
the third quarter due to inclement weather on
Thursday, May 26, leaving a score of 14-7 Pasco.


Bulldog Stadium was not filled to capaci-
ty, unlike the annual regular season face-off
between Pasco and Zephyrhills known as
the Nine Mile War.
Pasco took the lead in the first two quar-
ters enjoying a score of 14-0 at halftime.
Zephyrhills came out of halftime, however,


and scored a touchdown in the first few mo-
ments of the third quarter bringing the
score to 14-7.
With the appearance of dark clouds and
lightning, the officials directed the teams off the
field with 8:45 left in the third quarter. A few
minutes later the game was officially called.


Zephyrhills High rising senior Jamal Roberts
catches a pass as Pasco High Pirates rising
sophomore Janarion Grant takes him down
in mid-air at the spring football game.


Fans spell out their support in the stands prior to the spring football game between Zephyrhills High and Pasco High at Bulldog Stadium.
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Pirates
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across the
The scoreboard showed Pasco High in the lead -- goal line for
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Gators top Bulls 55-12


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Just two weeks ago at practice, Land O'
Lakes football coach BrianWachtel rated his
team's play at two out of 10, but he had little
to be disappointed about after the Gators
spring game.
Land O' Lakes defeated Wiregrass Ranch
55-12 at home on May 26. The Gators
looked nothing like the team struggling to
put in their new coach's offensive and de-
fensive schemes early in May.
"I'm thrilled,"Wachtel said."I'm thrilled
with where we're at as a football team. I'm
thrilled with the effort that these players
have given all spring for the past four
weeks, and I'm just thrilled to death with
my coaching staff and the effort and just
everything they've done. It's a team effort
and we're all working together, the coaches
and the players.The community has been
terrific with their support."
Junior Wesley Moore agrees: "We were
going uphill the entire spring season.We've
come a long way.We've put in a lot of hard
work and the proof is out there on the
scoreboard."
Land O' Lakes scored on the game's first

10 June 1,2011


play from scrimmage when Moore scooped
up a fumble and returned it 50 yards for a
touchdown. The Gators scored their final
points on a seven-yard run by freshman
Javin Tandy as time expired.
Land O' Lakes junior quarterback Ryan
Bird went 10 for 14 for 272 yards and three
touchdowns in the contest, showing little
hesitation switching from the spread to a
more pro-style offense.
"We feel more comfortable," Bird said.
"We have room to improve, but we feel


Three Gators defenders tackle Wiregrass Ranc
Nun6z.


more comfortable with the new
system."
Bird found junior tight end
Kent Taylor six times on the night
for 159 yards and two scores, one
of 55 and another of 62 yards.
Bird also hit Moore twice for 53
yards including a 48-yard touch-
down. Moore was a defensive back
in 2010, but is likely to see more
time on offense as a senior.
"This is definitely a success for
us," Moore said."We came out and
worked really hard leading up to
the game.We weren't really sure
how it was all going to work, but
in the last week we really nailed it.
We put everything where it
should be and this is a good show-
ing for us."
Both Wachtel and Bird gave a
lot of credit to the Gators offen-
sive line of Jason Ryan, Justin
Claxon, Will Fairchild, Frank
Hegedus and Justin Fortune.
Wachtel described them as the
"unsung heroes" of the game.
"They work so hard every day,"
Bird said of the offensive line.


"They try to get all the stunts in and every-
thing down here in the spring. I think they
did really well."
Junior Shadow Williams had six carries
for 32 yards and two touchdowns. He also
had two sacks and put pressure on Bulls
sophomore quarterback Jack Day all night.
"We feel pretty comfortable,"Williams said.
"That's with offense, defense and special
teams.When we first got the coaching change
it was a little shaky with the new stuff, but we
have great coaches and it's showing."
Junior Jordan
Michelson's 64 return yards
Helped the Gators start
with good field position
, most of the game.
. As for the Bulls, Junior
Jamel Nunez had 52 yards
on seven carries and added
another 52 kick return
yards.
Day had little time to
make decisions behind the
Gators defensive pressure.
He was sacked four times
and intercepted once. He
ch's Jamel did connect with freshman
wide receiver James Jackson


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Land O' Lakes quarterback Ryan Bird had
three touchdown passes and 272 yards
against Wiregrass Ranch.


Area Pasco County spring
game results
Pasco 14,Zephyrhills 7*
Tarpon Springs 21,Wesley Chapel 0*
Sunlake 14, Mitchell 0**
Sunlake 22, Ridgewood 14**
Land O' Lakes 55,Wiregrass Ranch 12
*Ended in the third quarter due to lightning
**Played as jamboree format


for a five-yard touchdown in the third quarter.
"We've got to get back to work and learn
from this," said Bulls coach Jeremy Shobe.
"We've got a long way to go to get to where
we want to be in the fall.We didn't want to
see the score like that, but it might help light
a fire under everyone to work even harder."
While Shobe is predicting the disap-
pointment will spring the team, Bird said
the win could catapult the Gators to new
levels of success while continuing their
Pasco County record streak of 14 straight
playoff appearances.
"We felt good," Bird said."We have a lot
more to get done and I think this will get us
rolling into summer and the fall season.
Hopefully we will do better than last year
and just continue the streak."

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Zephyrhills graduate Chris Fern signs with Virginia


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Zephyrhills graduate and current St.
Johns River State College (SJR State) pitcher
Chris Fern has signed a letter of intent to
play next at the University of Virginia.
"This is a great opportunity for me," Fern
said."The University of Virginia is the perfect
place for me to continue my baseball career
and complete my education."
Current Bulldogs athletic director Bruce
Cimorelli was Zephyrhills' baseball coach
when Fern was in high school and has high
praise for his former pupil.
"He's a great athlete and very hard work-
er," Cimorelli said."Great student and will do
very well at Virginia. Chris has worked very
hard to get where he is today and I wish
him all the success in the world."
Fern signed with SJR State after his
Bulldogs career and recently graduated with


an associate's degree from the junior col-
lege. He was Vikings closer the last two
years, where he set the program record
with 17 career saves and nine in a season as
a sophomore.The lefty posted a 7-3 record
with a 2.70 ERA in college.
He also helped the Vikings earn a trip to
the Florida Community College Activities
Association (FCCAA) state tournament for
the first time in 21 years as a freshman.
Fern was a two-time All Mid-Florida
Conference selection and was named con-
ference and FCCAA Fireman of the Year in
2011 as the best relief pitcher. He was also
the SJR State Male Student-Athlete of the
Year for the 2009-10 school year.
"We are so proud of Chris," said Ross
Jones, SJR State baseball coach and athletic
director. "He put himself in position to be
highly successful because of his character
and work ethic. Chris is one of the most
dedicated young men I have ever coached.


Chris is also one of the most
complete, well-rounded young
men I have ever coached. He's as
dedicated to being a great stu-
dent as well as a baseball player."
Fern begins classes at Virginia
in August and will have two
years of eligibility left with the
Cavaliers, a Division I program in
theAtlantic Coast Conference.
Virginia has reached the
NCAA tournament the last seven
years, including an appearance
in the College World Series in
2009.The Cavaliers were ranked Pitcher Ch
a unanimous No. 1 team in the SJR State
major national rankings during president
this season.
"The strength of their baseball program
and their academic tradition was the decid-
ing factor," Fern said."This is really the best
of both worlds for me. I'm going to play


ris Fern signs with the University of Virginia as
baseball coach Ross Jones (left) and SJR State
Joe Pickens look on. (Photo courtesy of SJR State)
baseball for the number one ranked baseball
team in the nation and will get a degree
from the number one ranked public institu-
tion in the nation'.


Tarpon Springs tops Wildcats 21-0


Tarpon Springs jumped
out early on Wesley Chapel in
the squads' spring football
contest and lightning prevent-
ed any hopes of a second-half
comeback for the Wildcats on
May 26.
Spongers junior quarterback
Louis Pappas and the Pinellas
County squad scored two touch-
downs on the first five plays
from scrimmage and added an-
other before the end of the first
half.The game, played at Wesley
Chapel, was called before the
third quarter began due to light-
ning, ending the contest at 21-0.


Wesley Chapel quarterback Alex McGough gives a
handoff to Josias Vizcaino against Tarpon Springs.
(Photo by Anthony V. Masella Jr. of
www.Ou rtown FLA.com)


Summer horse camp in Dade City
Summer horse camps for children ages 6-14
will be offered atAngels Meadow, 28432 Saint
Joe Road in Dade City.The camps are June 6-10
and 20-24,july 11-15 and 25-29 and August 1-5
and 8-12 from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.The cost is $175
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Those interested should call (813) 494-3066.

Rogers newWesley Chapel AD
Wesley Chapel High principal Carin
Nettles has hired Mike Rogers as the
Wildcats' new athletic director.The move was


made official on May 23. Rogers has been on
staff at the school the last two years.
"I'm very excited for the opportunity to
lead Wesley Chapel athletics," Rogers said."I'm
looking forward to meeting with the players
and coaches and to get the community excit-
ed about our programs."
Nettles said Rogers was picked because of
his experience playing and coaching several
different sports. He was theWildcats girls jun-
ior varsity soccer and boys cross country
coaches this year.
Rogers replaces Steve Mumaw,who served
at the post the last six years, but resigned cit-
ing a desire to spend more time with his
family. Mumaw will remain as a teacher at
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"No dog of any breed should ever be left
unattended with children no matter how
S well mannered or even tempered," Lyons
said."Children usually have high voices, they
cry and they make sudden movements
which can be misunderstood or upsetting
to the dog, making attacks more likely."
Lyons added that no one, adult or child,
should approach a dog on a chain.
"They are usually on a chain for a rea-
son," Lyons said.
County residents who are bitten by any
animal are required by Pasco law to report it
within one working day to animal services
to help treat and limit the spread of rabies.
The same applies to anyone treating a bite
victim.
Besides the health concerns associated


Safety tips for dog owners
-Before getting a dog, seek the advice of a
veterinarian or animal shelter personnel

lifestyle.
-Spay or neuter a dog.
-Socialize the dog so it feels at ease
around people and other animals.
-Do not put a dog in situations where it
may feel threatened or teased.
-Follow leash laws. Do not let a dog roam
freely.
-Train a dog to obey basic commands
such as stay, sit and come.
-Keep a dog healthy with regular check-
ups and a vaccination program.
-See a veterinarian promptly if a dog is
sick or injured. Illness and pain can make a
dog more likely to bite.
-Do not play aggressive games with a
dog.
-Confine a dog in a fenced yard or dog
run when it is outside.
-Do not leave a dog on a chain for long
periods. Chained dogs are more likely to
bite.


with dog bites, the medical costs for major
attacks are steep. More than 800 people in
Florida were recently bitten by dogs badly
enough to need hospitalization, according
to Pasco health spokeswoman Deanna
Krautner. She added the median cost of
those stays was $17,000.
Krautner said unneutered male dogs are
involved in more than seven of every 10 re-
ported dog bites, emphasizing the
importance of neutering.
In addition, the health department has
some tips to reducing anyone's chances of
being attacked.
"There are things you can do to prevent
dog bites," said Pasco health officer Dr. David
Johnson. "It's important to discuss safety
measures with your child and to be cautious
when around unfamiliar animals."


Other safeguards
-Never approach an unfamiliar dog.
-Never run from a dog and never scream
around a dog.
-If you think a dog is about to attack,try
to place something between yourself and
the dog, such as a backpack or a bicycle.
-If a dog knocks you over, roll into a ball,
cover your face and stay still.
-Children should never approach or play
with dogs unless supervised by an adult.
-Children should tell an adult if they see a
stray dog or a dog acting strangely.
-Do not look a dog right in the eyes.
-Do not disturb a dog that is sleeping,
eating or caring for puppies.
-Adults should never leave an infant or
young child alone with any dog, not even
the family pet.

If bitten
-Seek medical attention immediately.
-Control bleeding and wash the wound
with soap and water.
-Report the bite to the county health de-
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pus in Wesley Chapel, but it wasn't a
knockout punch.
"While we are disappointed in the gover-
nor's decision to veto the final funding
installment for the Pasco-Hernando
Community College Porter Campus at
Wiregrass Ranch, we respect his authority
and decision to do so,' PHCC officials said in
a May 26 statement.
However, officials a, 1 lIc I The residents
of Pasco County can rest assured that the
project will move forward, though the com-
pletion may be delayed."
J.D. Porter, whose family owns Wiregrass
Ranch and supplied the 60-acre tract for the
campus, said he's confident that "funding
will be there by the time it is necessary."
Rep.WillWeatherford, R-Wesley Chapel,
who has championed the community col-
lege project, said he plans to work hard to
get additional funding.
"I'm going to make it one of my top pri-
orities,"Weatherford said.
Before Scott's veto, classes were slated to
begin in 2013-14. It is not yet known
whether that schedule will be delayed.
State Sen. Mike Fasano, R-New Port
Richey, criticized Scott for vetoing the PHCC
project, while allowing more than $30 mil-
lion for a University of South Florida project
to expand its Lakeland campus into USF
Polytechnic.
Fasano called Scott's action"disingenu-
ous and a little bit hypocritical."


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While the Tampa Bay area has seen a rela-
tively low number of storms hitting directly
in the last few years, local and national
emergency management and fire rescue
groups are strongly urging residents to pre-
pare for the worst.
"There are three sure things that are
going to happen to you if you live in
Florida," said Tampa Fire Rescue Capt. Bill
Wade."Death, taxes and hurricane season. If
you're not planning, then you're going to
lose out when it comes time that you have
to face these problems.
"You really can't be too prepared,"Wade
continued."Buy extra food. Buy extra drink-
ing water, batteries and first aid supplies.
You'll eventually use those supplies anyway,
so it's better to have them stocked up be-
fore a storm."
Wade suggested having roofs, windows
and doors inspected and to make upgrades


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Fasano also noted the Polytechnic proj-
ect was backed by Senate Budget Chairman
J.D.Alexander, R-LakeWales.When Scott pre-
served those funds, the governor was
"pandering to one senator that holds the
purse strings,' Fasano said.
Both Weatherford and Fasano said the
Porter Campus at Wiregrass is needed to
serve Pasco residents.
Weatherford also noted that the location
for the additional campus is logical because
most of Pasco County's growth has been in
central Pasco, along the SR 54 corridor.
Providing additional opportunity for
higher education is important, as Pasco at-
tempts to transform itself from a bedroom
community to "a center of economic pros-
perity,"Weatherford said.
The county has already attracted T. Rowe
Price, which has purchased a site at SR 54
and Sunlake Boulevard and has eventual
plans for a corporate campus that could em-
ploy up to 1,600 people.
Raymond James, a financial services com-
pany, also is eyeing Pasco County.
It has signed a letter of intent to pur-
chase land inWiregrass Ranch,Weatherford
said.
Weatherford noted that Scott did not
veto $4 million in state road money that
would pay for access roads to the site.
Weatherford said the governor told him that
he wasn't going to veto that line item be-
cause that appropriation has value.
If the Raymond James deal comes
through it would have a significant positive
impact in a county that's dealing with an un-
employment rate of more than 12 percent,
Weatherford said.


like installing storm shutters to limit damage
from a strong storm.The Insurance Institute
for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) offers
similar advice, but adds that there are ways
to prevent property damage.
"In both our post-disaster investigations
and laboratory work, we have seen first
hand that there are techniques to prevent
damage from hurricanes," said Julie
Rochman, IBHS president and CEO."There is
no great mystery surrounding how to better
equip residential and commercial structures
for an active hurricane season."
These techniques are demonstrated at
www.disastersafety.org.
The season lasts until Nov. 30, with
September being the peak month. For addi-
tional information on preparing for a storm
in Pasco, call the county's Emergency
Services Department at (813) 929-2750 or
(352) 521-4274. In Hillsborough, call the
county's Fire Rescue at (813) 272-6600.


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Graduate Joseph Rivera appears to be giving credit where credit is due after receiving his diploma at the Pasco High graduation exercises Friday, May 27 at W.F. Edwards Stadium in Dade City. (Photo by Gary S. Hatrick) TheLAKER JUNE 1,2011 FREE Zephyrhills/Dade City EditionBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Pasco County Health Department has seen an increase in dog bites during the last two years.The department and Pasco Animal Services are teaming up to reverse the trend. The health department has had 695 reported dog attacks in the last six months, but one in New Port Richey spurred the recent push. A year ago,Thomas Carter Jr.was killed after suffering more than 50 puncture wounds from an attack by the family's pit bull mix breed.The infant was only seven days old. Additionally,133 dog attacks were reported to the department in March,the second-highest number of cases in a month since statistics have been kept in the county,according to its agency's education director,Rosemary Lyons. Lyons added that 1,217 attacks were filed in 2009,which increased to 1,244 the next year.She added that fatalities are very rare, but generally happen with the very young or very old. The death of the Carter baby followed another deadly incident in December 2009, when 22-month-old Dallas Walters was killed by a relative's rottweiler-labrador mix breed at a birthday party.Both animals were put down after the attack.Pasco County has had more than 2,500 reported dog attacks in the last two years. (Photo courtesy of Pasco Animal Services) Pasco County stresses safety to limit more dog bites See BITES,page14 Tax Collector Mike Olson has announced that he will not reopen his storm damaged Zephyrhills office.The Westgate Shopping Center facility,at SR 54 and Allen Road,has been shuttered since March 31,when high winds ripped open the roof,resulting in severe water damage and mold growth. "Environmental experts I hired have confirmed a mold outbreak,"Olson said."Their recommendation was to gut the space and start over.That meant ripping out and replacing the drywall,ceiling tiles,insulation, carpet,air conditioning ductwork,and so forth.In other words,a complete rebuild.To ignore the consultant's report and rebuild the office to a lesser degree is an option I'm not willing to take.The safety of my employees and customers comes first." Olson said he is looking for land to build a new regional office,complete with driver license services,in the Zephyrhills-Wesley Chapel area. "Considering everything,I believe it would not be a good expenditure of the public's money to rebuild the Westgate Shopping Center Office,"Olson said in a release. Olson said he regretted that residents of the Zephyrhills area will be temporarily inconvenienced and asked them to bear with him. "We've had 11 good years at the Westgate location,but now I must ask our customers to visit our Dade City or Land O' Lakes offices,which served them before we opened in Zephyrhills."Storm-damaged tax collector's office to remain closed From left are hurricanes Karl, Igor and Julia as they appeared on Sept. 16, 2010. (Photo courtesy of NOAA)STORM SEASON ARRIVES Hillsborough County Fire Rescue released the following tips for staying safe and prepared during hurricane season:ÑDevelop a family plan. Know how you will respond should a disaster be declared or an evacuation recommendation given.Time is of the essence,so you should plan ahead so you will know what to do. ÑMake an emergency kit. It should include your medications,important papers like insurance information and personal identification, entertainment like cards or a favorite toy and some clean clothing.ÑKnow your evacuation zone. There are five designated evacuation levels that are vulnerable to storm surge.Know if you live in one of these zones and have a plan for where you will go,if you need to evacuate.Be aware that everyone living in a mobile home must evacuate at all evacuation levels.ÑBe aware of your evacuation route. If you need to evacuate,you do not need to travel far.You just need to get outside of the evacuation zone.Make arrangements ahead of time with family members or a friend.Be sure to give yourself plenty of time to get out of your zone because the roads will be very busy during evacuations.ÑPlan to have enough food, drink and medicine to last at least three to five days after a disaster hits.The roads may be blocked and water,sewer and power may be knocked out by storm damage. ÑIf you have physical or mental conditions that require special care,be sure to pre-register for a special needs medical shelter where professional medical care can be provided during the emergency.ÑHave a plan for your pet. A Fritz Institute Survey found that 44 percent of the people who did not evacuate for Hurricane Katrina stayed at least in part because they did not want to leave their pets behind.Call your county's emergency management office to find out where the pet shelters are in your jurisdiction.By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comJune 1 marks the start of the hurricane season in Florida and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is predicting 12-18 named storms this year, above the normal six to 10. Last year there were 19 named storms, which include hurricanes and tropical storms,seven of which hit mainland North America,according to the center.There were 259 deaths directly related to those storms and about $11.5 billion worth of damage. "The United States was fortunate last year,"said Jane Lubchenco,NOAA administrator."Winds steered most of the season's tropical storms and all hurricanes away from our coastlines.However,we can't count on luck to get us through this season.We need to be prepared,especially with this above-normal outlook." See HURRICANE,page15 High schools celebrate graduation Zephyrhills High graduate Sara Hrifko proudly holds her diplomawith her parents, Mark and Vickie Hrifko, following commencement on Friday, May 27. (Photo by Brandi Justice)ÐMore graduation coverage,pages 2-3

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CHARLIE'S COINS & COLLECTIBLESCall Charlie Proctor813-780-1858 • 5529 8th Street,Zephyrhills20 years in the same locationGrand Opening Ð Open House JUNE 4TH 9AM Ð 2PM Stop in & start your collection today! Free Coin Appraisals Top $$ PaidDoor Prizes (Angie's Custom Jewelry) DRAWINGS FOR FREE COINS • Walking Liberty Silver Half Dollar • Washington Silver Quarter • Mercury Dime • Buffalo Nickel • Indian Head PennyGrand Prize Winner Receives HIGH GRADE MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR*Do not need to be present to win Need More Business?We have immediate referrals for:• Pest Control • Massage Therapist • Business Broker • A/C Company • Automotive Repair • Commercial Realtor • and many other types of business!BNIBusiness Networking InternationalCall Terri at 813.416.6251 Meetings are Tuesday mornings at SONG & DANCE STUDIO 27211 Foam Flower Blvd. • Wesley Chapel,FL By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comPreliminary budget projections released by the Pasco County commissioners have cut almost $5 million for several departments for the 2011-12 fiscal year. The cuts could eliminate 13 positions to help meet the county's budget,which Pasco finance director Michael Nurrenbrock predicts will shrink by 4.5 percent from this year. The county's Human Services Department is scheduled to take the hardest hit,losing $1 million from 2010-11 levels.That would amount to an 11 percent reduction. Also feeling the pinch are Pasco Parks and Recreation Department and the county's library system,which would lose a combined $650,000.The hit comes after three years of cuts to both departments.Pasco parks have lost $1.8 million from its budget since 2008,according to department director Rick Buckman.Those reductions could have been much higher if the commissioners hadn't approved new user fees to make up a nearly $700,000 deficit.The library system lost $2.26 million from the county during that time,according to the department's director Nancy Fredericks.That is on top of reductions from the state and federal level. Two areas that appear to be safe from cuts are the Pasco County Sheriff's Office and the Supervisor of Elections office. Last year,former Pasco Sheriff Bob White fought with the commission for months to get a $4 million increase in funding to hire new deputies and handle other rising costs. He settled for a boost of $925,000. The sheriff's office is not letting on if it will ask for another increase. "Our budget will be released June 1,"said Pasco Sherriff spokesman Kevin Doll."We will reserve comment until that time." Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley said he will not ask for additional funding,but will not cut his budget either. "We will have a presidential election in 2012 and dealing with redistricting from the new census numbers,"Corley said."We've had to cut the budget by about 28 percent during the last four years and we can't hold elections if we have any more cuts." Corley said his current operating budget is $2.6 million,small potatoes when it comes to the sheriff's $88 million budget. "It wouldn't do much to cut our budget," Corley said."The meat of the budget,the vast majority of the cost comes from the sheriff's budget." County Commission Chairwoman Ann Hildebrand said they are trying to work out the budget without raising property taxes or making more user fees. "Things are tough and I don't believe our citizens can be expected to continue to pay more for the same services,"Hildebrand said. The most recent county citizen survey indicated that just more than 50 percent of respondents would be willing to pay slightly more for their services,but only 2,000 people took part in the poll. "I don't think we want to put too much faith in the survey,"said Commissioner Ted Schrader."People are struggling out there. They're concerned about gas prices.They're concerned about paying their electric bill. They're concerned about their mortgage." Budget talks will heat up during July and August as it needs to be agreed and voted on by Sept.30 to take effect at the start of October.Pasco sets targets for budget cuts Michael Nurrenbrock LIBRARIESNew River Library--Career Central Mobile One-Stop,9:30 a.m.June 1 --Anime and Manga Club,6:30 p.m.June 2 --First Saturday Book Club,11 a.m.June 4 --Beginning Spanish Class,12 p.m.June 4 --Gaming Club 1 p.m.June 4 --Summer Reading Kickoff party,2 p.m.June 4--Teen Summer Reading Kickoff Party,5 p.m. June 4--All Day-First Day to Report Books Online for the Summer Reading Program,June 5 --Read to Me:Summer Reading Program,11:30 a.m.June 8,15,22,29 --Dreamtime:Australia,2 p.m.June 9 --Candy Sushi Party,6 p.m.June 9 --Shrinky Dinks Craft Program,1 p.m.June 11 --The Wild World of Animals,2 p.m.June 16 --Globetrotting with Paul Ð Destination Egypt,6 p.m.June 16 --R.P.G.Gaming,1 p.m.June 18 --Explorer's Wanted! 2 p.m.June 23 --Steampunk Journeys,6 p.m.June 23 --Tween Scavenger Hunt,1 p.m.June 25 --It's A Game World! 2 p.m.June 30--Peace Corps Adventures:Armenia! 6 p.m.June 30The library is located at 34043 SR 54,in Zephyrhills,and can be reached at (813) 7886375.

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She knows the taste of every spice in her cabinets because she's sampled each one. While cooking,she pays close attention to the aroma. "I cook by smelling.I don't taste as I'm cooking,"the Lutz woman said. She also likes using lots of different kinds of olive oils and specialty food items she picks up from various locales when she travels. "To me,it's about the chemistry of cooking,"said Hauver,who in recent months has won three recipe contests and has had a recipe for a breakfast burrito posted on the Just Pinch Recipe Club website (www.justapinch.com). She won the grand prize in the "Season's Best Recipe Contest"from Publix in January. Her "Shrimp and Sherry Rice"took first place in the "Ultimate Recipe Contest"by Aroma in February. And,she won The Novemburger Hamburger Cook-Off contest sponsored last year by the St.Petersburg Times. Besides bragging rights,Hauver has garnered prizes for her creative cooking ideas. Her hamburger recipe that includes apples won the Publix competition,which was rewarded with a year's worth of free groceries,valued at $5,200.She also won $250 in free products from Aroma. The Rushe Middle School teacher said she doesn't fuss over precision when she cooking her family a meal. "I'm not much of a measurer,"Hauver said."You kind of get to know what a teaspoon of this looks like,and what a tablespoon of that looks like." And,she's not above using shortcuts in preparing meals. "I try to keep everything I do relatively easy,you know like using pre-made things as much as possible,"Hauver said. She relies on family Ñ children Kaitlynn and Dillon Fleming,stepson Will Hauver and husband Bill Hauver Ñ to be her chief tasters. Hauver said was attracted to cooking when she was quite small.Even before she began learning to cook,she would pretend to make meals in her toy kitchen. "My first big adventure in cooking was for my parents'anniversary.I think I was 12.I cooked them dinner.I even had my mom's friend go get a bottle of wine so I could serve wine with my dinner." It wasn't exactly the grand triumph she envisioned. "The mashed potatoes came out kind of weird-looking,"Hauver said,which made her nervous. Then her mom,who is not a drinker, took a sip of wine to be polite Ð and developed a headache. "I thought my cooking made her sick," Hauver said,not realizing it was the wine. It wasn't the outcome she'd imagined,but she was undaunted. While some cooks jealously guard their recipes,Hauver enjoys sharing hers.She also likes to try out new recipes. She ran across the Justapinch website when she was surfing the Internet.It's a great place to find free recipes,Hauver said. She makes no claims of being top chef, but Hauver said her experience in the kitchen has taught her a trick or two. She highly recommends that cooks clean as they go.That avoids those big messes at the end,she said. She also suggests that cooks taste every ingredient they use. When she did that,she said,her culinary world expanded.Lutz woman enjoys creating prize-winning recipes Sunny Side in Breakfast BurritoIngredients 8 eggs 1/4 c.milk 10 oz.ground sage and pork sausage 10 oz.frozen O'Brien style hash browns 1 tsp.tarragon,dried 1 Tbsp.smoked paprika 1 tsp.sea salt 1/2 tsp.cracked black pepper 4 burrito-sized tortillas 1 c.arugula 1/2 c.shredded Colby cheese 1/2 c.prepared chunky salsa Directions: Crack eggs into medium bowl. Add milk and whisk until fully blended (mixture should be sunny-yellow).Set aside. Crumble sausage into a large frying pan. Cook until slightly browned.Add hash browns and continue to cook until hash browns are soft and starting to brown. Pour in egg mixture,tarragon,salt,pepper and paprika.Cook until eggs are firm. During the last few minutes of cooking,lay the tortillas over the mixture to steam them,so they soften. When tortillas are soft,put a healthy line of the egg mixture down the center of the tortilla, top with arugula (washed and patted dry), Colby cheese and salsa. Fold two sides of the tortilla inward,then roll tortilla to enclose ingredients. Wendy Hauver of Lutz has concocted some prizewinning recipes. (Photos by B.C. Manion) Alook at the breakfast burrito dish that is close to completion. Wendy Hauver has tasted each of the spices in her cabinet, so she'll know what each one will bring to her recipes.

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CrossRoads is located at 26211 County Line Road in Wesley Chapel.For information,call (813) 907-5815.CONTESTS HONOR YOUR DADTexas Roadhouse and A.1.are teaming up to feature a "legendary"dad on bottles of the famous steak sauce.Kids of all ages can enter.Contest runs June 1 to June 18. Entry forms available at Texas Roadhouse in Wesley Chapel at 26409 Silver Maple Parkway,and in Brooksville at 12935 Cortez Blvd.For information,call (813) 907-8188 or (352) 596-2225.PAGEANT FOR GIRLSThe sixth annual Miss Sparklebration Pageant is open to girls age 5-21 who have lived in Pasco County for at least six months.Winners are crowned June 25. 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New clients only.Call 813-909-2800 Today SCHOLARSHIPS WINNERS CREDIT UNION AWARDS MEMBERSLuke Richter and Teresa Christmas of Pasco High each received a $2,500 scholarship from the San Antonio Citizens Federal Credit Union.The students,who graduated last week,had both been members of the credit union since there were just a few months old.The winners were chosen from all applications received representing graduating students from three different area high schools.Christmas received an additional $1,500 scholarship on behalf of the League of Southeastern Credit Union Foundation presented by president Teresa McDougall and treasurer Patty Sarne of The Tampa Chapter of Credit Unions.NATIONAL MERIT AWARDSDawson H.Friedland of Land O'Lakes High and Carlos J.Hernandez,a homeschooled student who lives in Odessa,were among roughly 1,000 distinguished high school students who have won corporatesponsored National Merit Scholarship awards financed by about 200 corporations,company foundations and other business organizations.KUDOS AND MILESTONES LAND O' LAKES HIGH ONE OF NATION'S BESTLand O'Lakes High has been named one of America's top schools in the Washington Post High School Challenge.The high school ranked No.50 in Florida and No.256 in the nation.LEARNING GATE WINS PLANNING AWARDThe Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission has bestowed awards of excellence to Learning Gate Community School in the environmental and sustainability categories in its annual awards competition.LUTZ WOMAN GRADUATES FROM SAINT LEO UNIVERSITYKrystal Eve Filsinger of Lutz graduated from Saint Leo University in April with a bachelor of social work,with minors in philosophy and sociology.She was president of the Social Work club at Saint Leo and was president of "The Quest." She is now employed at Heritage Park Health and Rehabilitation in Dade City.RUSHE STUDENTS WIN BIG AT SPEECH CONTESTTrevor Lloyd of Rushe Middle School won first place among seventh and eighth graders with a speech about bullying in the 4H/Tropicana Public Speaking competition. Isabella Brown,another Rushe student,won an honorable mention for her speech on "Chocolate Potatoes."HILLSBOROUGH SCHOOL DISTRICT WINS AP AWARDGaston Caperton,president of the College Board,was in Tampa on May 25 at an event to honor the Hillsborough County school district as the 2011 AP District of the Year Beacon Award. From 2008 to 2010,Hillsborough achieved the largest increase in the number of students earning Advanced Placement Exam scores of 3 or higher of any school district in the nation,an increase of 1,814 students.The district also increased student participation in AP courses and exams by an annual rate of 19 percent.Hillsborough also plans to send a delegation to the AP Annual Conference in San Francisco in July to share the district's best practices with AP educators from around the country.The district also will receive a $25,000 grant.FUN STUFF A T SCHOOL CARROLLWOOD DAY SCHOOL COMBATS CHILDHOOD OBESITYCarrollwood Day School joined First Lady Michelle Obama's campaign against childhood obesity by doing a workout to Beyonce's "Move Your Body."The event was at the school's football field on May 27,the last day of school.CDS STUDENTS PICK STOCKSA team at Carrollwood Day School placed second in the middle school age group in the Stock Market Simulation Game.The competition included 825 students from 21 middle schools in the Gulf Coast region.Members on the winning team were C.J.Augustine,Bryce Benedict and Theo Vicencio.They earned a 13 percent on their hypothetical investment.CONTESTS POETS CAN WIN $250The Tampa Bay Estuary Program is sponsoring a poetry contest about invasive plants and animals.The best poet will win $250. The Invasive Species Poetry Contest is open any resident of Hillsborough, Manatee,Pinellas,Pasco or Polk counties. Poems will be judged and awarded in Adult and Junior (18 and under) divisions.Poems may be written in any format Ð rhyme,limerick,haiku Ð and creativity and originality are encouraged.To find out more,go to www.tbep.org/poetrycontest.html.The deadline for entry is June 30.HELPING OTHERS DONOR SUPPORTS SINGLEGENDER MAGNET SCHOOLSTampa philanthropist John Kirtley has donated $100,000 to the Hillsborough County public school district for its new single-gender preparatory academies scheduled to open next fall. Kirtley is chairman of Florida's Step Up For Students scholarship program.His contribution will be matched by Step Up For Students through a grant paid for by the Walton Family Foundation,bringing the total donation to $200,000. The gifts come as the district prepares to convert Franklin Middle Magnet School into a Boys Preparatory Academy and Ferrell Middle Magnet School to a Girls Preparatory Academy.PHCC FOUNDATION GETS NEW SCHOLARSHIP FUNDSA new Pasco-Hernando Community College scholarship has been established in the name of Alfred H.and Doris E.Jansen. The scholarship will benefit students enrolled at PHCC who demonstrate a financial need.Interested students may submit their application through the college's online scholarship application at http://scholarships.phcc.edu. To contribute to the foundation,or for more information,call (727) 816-3410 or visit www.phcc.edu/foundation. Schools are newsy places. Chalk Talk wants to help you share the news when students win awards, teachers do neat projects, someone gets promoted or retires, or you are planning a play, festival or other fun event.Send school news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS June 1,2011 9 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comA year ago,rail was the focus of any discussion on regional transportation,but two key rejections have tabled most talk by various development groups on the mass transit option. In November,Hillsborough County residents voted a resounding no to increasing sales tax by a penny to,in part,fund light rail in the county.In February,Gov.Rick Scott also refused $2.4 billion in federal money to build a high speed rail system to connect Orlando and Tampa. "Those two things have really reduced the likelihood of any kind of large rail system in the region anytime soon,"said Pasco County Commission chairwoman Ann Hildebrand. Hildebrand is also Pasco's representative on the Tampa Bay Area Regional Transportation Authority (TBARTA).She said no official action has been taken by TBARTA to end discussion on rail,but said almost all their proposals hinged on Hillsborough voters and the governor. "The high speed rail was going to connect central Florida,"Hildebrand said."Light rail was going to connect Hillsborough to that high speed line and once that was built,the commissioners in Pasco were going to work to get our own light rail system to connect with Hillsborough.A lot has changed." Hildebrand proposed a plan to try and pass a regional tax to fund light rail, which would include Pasco,Hillsborough and Pinellas counties, but recent actions by another regional transportation planning board seems to put any such deal in serious doubt. Hillsborough Area Rapid Transit (HART) took the official action of winding down planning and exploring light rail in the county,including ending any additional funding.To date,HART has spent nearly $1.5 million studying how light rail lines could be used in the county.That could save as much as $300,000 in proposed future studies. "Right now,continuing to fund something our voters have voted no to doesn't make sense,"said Hillsborough Commissioner and HART board member Mark Sharpe."We have less money to do anything with right now,so we need to focus on what our citizens want. "That doesn't mean light rail is dead for good,"Sharpe continued."It just means we have to look at the most important thing and prioritize what we do." Federal money for a rail system can only be given if counties perform such studies as what HART has already done.By winding down funding instead of immediately halting the studies,HART members predict such money could be sought in the future. Sharpe said HART will likely shift the focus of discussion and spending to improve county bus services. The news of a shift in focus away from rail is a victory for No Tax for Tracks,a Tampa Bay area group that fought to keep Hillsborough voters from passing the tax last year. John Hendricks,one of the group's founders,said any plan to bring rail to Tampa Bay is a bad idea. Hendricks said improved roadways are the best way to help with transportation. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is currently doing a $1.7 million study to see if a short-distance rail line to connect Wesley Chapel in Pasco County to the University of South Florida (USF) would be beneficial.Elba Lopez,FDOT's public transit/intermodal administrator for the area,has said the study is still very early in the process and no system would be put in place for many years,if at all.The plan would be to run the rail line along Bruce B.Downs Boulevard from SR 54 in Wesley Chapel south to USF,a stretch of 50 miles. Stops would likely be at places like The Grove at Wesley Chapel,The Shops at Wiregrass,University Community Hospital and USF.Whatever the findings,public sentiment seems to have moved off rails. "We would have liked to have seen rail go into place now,but we have a lot of other things to worry about,"Hildebrand said."We'll see what the future holds,but it's likely to be in the future and not the present."Regional rail on back burner More information on regional transportationHART,www.hartline.org TBARTA,www.tbarta.com FDOT,www.dot.state.fl.us Ann Hildebrand Mark Sharpe If your child loves ARTThen this is the summer camp for you!You Do the Dishes15357 Amberly Drive Tampa, Florida (813)975-1700Art Fest 2011For Children ages 7-13. Workshops will be held Monday-Friday • 10am-4pm June 13-17; 20-24; June 27-July 1; July11-15; 18-22; 25-29; August 1-5 Each workshop will include experienced expert instruction. Students will be offered projects in a variety of artistic mediums, to include printmaking, drawing, watercolor, acrylics, collage, and pottery painting.Cost: $200.00 per session(All materials included.) 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Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports more comfortable with the new system." Bird found junior tight end Kent Taylor six times on the night for 159 yards and two scores,one of 55 and another of 62 yards. Bird also hit Moore twice for 53 yards including a 48-yard touchdown.Moore was a defensive back in 2010,but is likely to see more time on offense as a senior. "This is definitely a success for us,"Moore said."We came out and worked really hard leading up to the game.We weren't really sure how it was all going to work,but in the last week we really nailed it. We put everything where it should be and this is a good showing for us." Both Wachtel and Bird gave a lot of credit to the Gators offensive line of Jason Ryan,Justin Claxon,Will Fairchild,Frank Hegedus and Justin Fortune. Wachtel described them as the "unsung heroes"of the game."They work so hard every day," Bird said of the offensive line. "They try to get all the stunts in and everything down here in the spring.I think they did really well."Junior Shadow Williams had six carries for 32 yards and two touchdowns.He also had two sacks and put pressure on Bulls sophomore quarterback Jack Day all night."We feel pretty comfortable,"Williams said. "That's with offense,defense and special teams.When we first got the coaching change it was a little shaky with the new stuff,but we have great coaches and it's showing."Junior Jordan Michelson's 64 return yards helped the Gators start with good field position most of the game. As for the Bulls,Junior Jamel NunÂŽz had 52 yards on seven carries and added another 52 kick return yards.Day had little time to make decisions behind the Gators defensive pressure. He was sacked four times and intercepted once.He did connect with freshman wide receiver James Jackson for a five-yard touchdown in the third quarter."We've got to get back to work and learn from this,"said Bulls coach Jeremy Shobe. "We've got a long way to go to get to where we want to be in the fall.We didn't want to see the score like that,but it might help light a fire under everyone to work even harder."While Shobe is predicting the disappointment will spring the team,Bird said the win could catapult the Gators to new levels of success while continuing their Pasco County record streak of 14 straight playoff appearances. "We felt good,"Bird said."We have a lot more to get done and I think this will get us rolling into summer and the fall season. Hopefully we will do better than last year and just continue the streak." By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comJust two weeks ago at practice,Land O' Lakes football coach Brian Wachtel rated his team's play at two out of 10,but he had little to be disappointed about after the Gators spring game. Land O'Lakes defeated Wiregrass Ranch 55-12 at home on May 26.The Gators looked nothing like the team struggling to put in their new coach's offensive and defensive schemes early in May. "I'm thrilled,"Wachtel said."I'm thrilled with where we're at as a football team.I'm thrilled with the effort that these players have given all spring for the past four weeks,and I'm just thrilled to death with my coaching staff and the effort and just everything they've done.It's a team effort and we're all working together,the coaches and the players.The community has been terrific with their support." Junior Wesley Moore agrees:"We were going uphill the entire spring season.We've come a long way.We've put in a lot of hard work and the proof is out there on the scoreboard." Land O'Lakes scored on the game's first play from scrimmage when Moore scooped up a fumble and returned it 50 yards for a touchdown.The Gators scored their final points on a seven-yard run by freshman Javin Tandy as time expired. Land O'Lakes junior quarterback Ryan Bird went 10 for 14 for 272 yards and three touchdowns in the contest,showing little hesitation switching from the spread to a more pro-style offense. "We feel more comfortable,"Bird said. "We have room to improve,but we feel Area Pasco County spring game resultsPasco 14,Zephyrhills 7* Tarpon Springs 21,Wesley Chapel 0* Sunlake 14,Mitchell 0** Sunlake 22,Ridgewood 14** Land O' Lakes 55,Wiregrass Ranch 12 *Ended in the third quarter due to lightning **Played as jamboree format Wiregrass Ranch quarterback Jake Day was under constant pressure from the Land O'Lakes defense. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com) Land O'Lakes quarterback Ryan Bird had three touchdown passes and 272 yards against Wiregrass Ranch.Gators top Bulls 55-12 Three Gators defenders tackle Wiregrass Ranch's Jamel NunÂŽz.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS June 1,2011 10 Fans spell out their support in the stands prior to the spring football game between Zephyrhills High and Pasco High at Bulldog Stadium. Zephyrhills High rising senior Jamal Roberts catches a pass as Pasco High Pirates rising sophomore Janarion Grant takes him down in mid-air at the spring football game.Story and photos by Gary S.HatrickLaker CorrespondentThe spring football game between rivals Zephyrhills High and Pasco High was called in the third quarter due to inclement weather on Thursday,May 26,leaving a score of 14-7 Pasco.Bulldog Stadium was not filled to capacity,unlike the annual regular season face-off between Pasco and Zephyrhills known as the Nine Mile War. Pasco took the lead in the first two quarters enjoying a score of 14-0 at halftime. Zephyrhills came out of halftime,however, and scored a touchdown in the first few moments of the third quarter bringing the score to 14-7.With the appearance of dark clouds and lightning,the officials directed the teams off the field with 8:45 left in the third quarter.A few minutes later the game was officially called.Weather halts Zephyrhills-Pasco spring gamePasco Pirates sophomore Janarion Grant carries the ball across the goal line for a second touchdown. The scoreboard showed Pasco High in the lead as the spring football game against Zephyrhills High was called due to inclement weather.

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Heinig, M.DBoard Certified in Internal Medicine Your Health Care Guardian Over 22 years of experience in adult medicine Tarpon Springs jumped out early on Wesley Chapel in the squads'spring football contest and lightning prevented any hopes of a second-half comeback for the Wildcats on May 26.Spongers junior quarterback Louis Pappas and the Pinellas County squad scored two touchdowns on the first five plays from scrimmage and added another before the end of the first half.The game,played at Wesley Chapel,was called before the third quarter began due to lightning,ending the contest at 21-0.Tarpon Springs tops Wildcats 21-0 Wesley Chapel quarterback Alex McGough gives a handoff to Josias Vizcaino against Tarpon Springs. (Photo byAnthony V. Masella Jr. of www.OurtownFLA.com)By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comZephyrhills graduate and current St. Johns River State College (SJR State) pitcher Chris Fern has signed a letter of intent to play next at the University of Virginia. "This is a great opportunity for me,"Fern said."The University of Virginia is the perfect place for me to continue my baseball career and complete my education." Current Bulldogs athletic director Bruce Cimorelli was Zephyrhills'baseball coach when Fern was in high school and has high praise for his former pupil. "He's a great athlete and very hard worker,"Cimorelli said."Great student and will do very well at Virginia.Chris has worked very hard to get where he is today and I wish him all the success in the world." Fern signed with SJR State after his Bulldogs career and recently graduated with an associate's degree from the junior college.He was Vikings closer the last two years,where he set the program record with 17 career saves and nine in a season as a sophomore.The lefty posted a 7-3 record with a 2.70 ERA in college. He also helped the Vikings earn a trip to the Florida Community College Activities Association (FCCAA) state tournament for the first time in 21 years as a freshman. Fern was a two-time All Mid-Florida Conference selection and was named conference and FCCAA Fireman of the Year in 2011 as the best relief pitcher.He was also the SJR State Male Student-Athlete of the Year for the 2009-10 school year. "We are so proud of Chris,"said Ross Jones,SJR State baseball coach and athletic director."He put himself in position to be highly successful because of his character and work ethic.Chris is one of the most dedicated young men I have ever coached. Chris is also one of the most complete,well-rounded young men I have ever coached.He's as dedicated to being a great student as well as a baseball player." Fern begins classes at Virginia in August and will have two years of eligibility left with the Cavaliers,a Division I program in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Virginia has reached the NCAA tournament the last seven years,including an appearance in the College World Series in 2009.The Cavaliers were ranked a unanimous No.1 team in the major national rankings during this season. "The strength of their baseball program and their academic tradition was the deciding factor,"Fern said."This is really the best of both worlds for me.I'm going to play baseball for the number one ranked baseball team in the nation and will get a degree from the number one ranked public institution in the nation."SPORTS Pitcher Chris Fern signs with the University of Virginia as SJR State baseball coach Ross Jones (left) and SJR State president Joe Pickens look on. (Photo courtesy of SJR State) Zephyrhills graduate Chris Fern signs with Virginia Summer horse camp in Dade CitySummer horse camps for children ages 6-14 will be offered at Angels Meadow,28432 Saint Joe Road in Dade City.The camps are June 6-10 and 20-24,July 11-15 and 25-29 and August 1-5 and 8-12 from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.The cost is $175 per week with discounts for the second child from a family or for those who register for multiple weeks.The fee includes feeding, grooming and riding the horses,along with basketball,arts and crafts and water activities. Those interested should call (813) 494-3066.Rogers new Wesley Chapel ADWesley Chapel High principal Carin Nettles has hired Mike Rogers as the Wildcats' new athletic director.The move was made official on May 23.Rogers has been on staff at the school the last two years. "I'm very excited for the opportunity to lead Wesley Chapel athletics," Rogers said."I'm looking forward to meeting with the players and coaches and to get the community excited about our programs." Nettles said Rogers was picked because of his experience playing and coaching several different sports.He was the Wildcats girls junior varsity soccer and boys cross country coaches this year. Rogers replaces Steve Mumaw,who served at the post the last six years,but resigned citing a desire to spend more time with his family.Mumaw will remain as a teacher at Wesley Chapel. Check This Out

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS June 1,2011 14 Place your ad in the Pet Station Directory TODAY and we will DOUBLE its size at NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE! *Advertise in our popular weekly directory where Tampa Bay pet owners turn for the help they need.*12 week contract required. Only single and double ad sizes qualify. No other discounts apply. New clients only. HERE’S ATREAT The LAKER/ Lutz NEWS (813) 909-2800 gcrowder@cnewspubs.com 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 SAT. 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ÑTrain a dog to obey basic commands such as stay,sit and come. ÑKeep a dog healthy with regular checkups and a vaccination program. ÑSee a veterinarian promptly if a dog is sick or injured.Illness and pain can make a dog more likely to bite. ÑDo not play aggressive games with a dog. ÑConfine a dog in a fenced yard or dog run when it is outside. ÑDo not leave a dog on a chain for long periods.Chained dogs are more likely to bite. Other safeguards ÑNever approach an unfamiliar dog. ÑNever run from a dog and never scream around a dog. ÑIf you think a dog is about to attack,try to place something between yourself and the dog,such as a backpack or a bicycle. ÑIf a dog knocks you over,roll into a ball, cover your face and stay still. ÑChildren should never approach or play with dogs unless supervised by an adult. ÑChildren should tell an adult if they see a stray dog or a dog acting strangely. ÑDo not look a dog right in the eyes. ÑDo not disturb a dog that is sleeping, eating or caring for puppies. ÑAdults should never leave an infant or young child alone with any dog,not even the family pet. If bitten ÑSeek medical attention immediately. ÑControl bleeding and wash the wound with soap and water. ÑReport the bite to the county health department,animal control agency or police. 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 WeekPLEASE NOTE: OWNER'S NAME AND CITYOF RESIDENCE MUST BE INCLUDED FOR YOUR PETTO BE CONSIDERED FOR PUBLICATION. PETof theWEEK Precious is a pit bullPrecious is special because she now belongs to her Grandpee and Grandmee due to the loss of her owner Ryan Raines. Precious loves to play tug-o-war and swim in the pool and her favorite activity is spending time sleeping with her Grandpee in his easy chair. She also likes to dress up for all the holidays. Precious'proud owners are the Raines family in Lutz. "No dog of any breed should ever be left unattended with children no matter how well mannered or even tempered,"Lyons said."Children usually have high voices,they cry and they make sudden movements which can be misunderstood or upsetting to the dog,making attacks more likely." Lyons added that no one,adult or child, should approach a dog on a chain. "They are usually on a chain for a reason,"Lyons said. County residents who are bitten by any animal are required by Pasco law to report it within one working day to animal services to help treat and limit the spread of rabies. The same applies to anyone treating a bite victim. Besides the health concerns associated with dog bites,the medical costs for major attacks are steep.More than 800 people in Florida were recently bitten by dogs badly enough to need hospitalization,according to Pasco health spokeswoman Deanna Krautner.She added the median cost of those stays was $17,000. Krautner said unneutered male dogs are involved in more than seven of every 10 reported dog bites,emphasizing the importance of neutering. In addition,the health department has some tips to reducing anyone's chances of being attacked. "There are things you can do to prevent dog bites,"said Pasco health officer Dr.David Johnson."It's important to discuss safety measures with your child and to be cautious when around unfamiliar animals." BITES,from page 1

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS June 1,2011 15 PUT YOUR PET IN THE SPOTLIGHT!Is your pet the best? Does your pet have a special talent?We are looking for pictures and information on your favorite pet. Include in your short story your pet's name, age, breed, favorite foods, games, and people, and any talent your pet may have. Don't forget to include the owner's name and where you live! Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet! 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 The Laker / Lutz NewsWhile the Tampa Bay area has seen a relatively low number of storms hitting directly in the last few years,local and national emergency management and fire rescue groups are strongly urging residents to prepare for the worst. "There are three sure things that are going to happen to you if you live in Florida,"said Tampa Fire Rescue Capt.Bill Wade."Death,taxes and hurricane season.If you're not planning,then you're going to lose out when it comes time that you have to face these problems. "You really can't be too prepared,"Wade continued."Buy extra food.Buy extra drinking water,batteries and first aid supplies. You'll eventually use those supplies anyway, so it's better to have them stocked up before a storm." Wade suggested having roofs,windows and doors inspected and to make upgradesHURRICANE,from page 1like installing storm shutters to limit damage from a strong storm.The Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) offers similar advice,but adds that there are ways to prevent property damage."In both our post-disaster investigations and laboratory work,we have seen first hand that there are techniques to prevent damage from hurricanes,"said Julie Rochman,IBHS president and CEO."There is no great mystery surrounding how to better equip residential and commercial structures for an active hurricane season."These techniques are demonstrated at www.disastersafety.org. The season lasts until Nov.30,with September being the peak month.For additional information on preparing for a storm in Pasco,call the county's Emergency Services Department at (813) 929-2750 or (352) 521-4274.In Hillsborough,call the county's Fire Rescue at (813) 272-6600. By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comA veto by Gov.Rick Scott has dealt a blow to a planned community college campus in Wesley Chapel,but it wasn't a knockout punch. "While we are disappointed in the governor's decision to veto the final funding installment for the Pasco-Hernando Community College Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch,we respect his authority and decision to do so,"PHCC officials said in a May 26 statement. However,officials added:"The residents of Pasco County can rest assured that the project will move forward,though the completion may be delayed." J.D.Porter,whose family owns Wiregrass Ranch and supplied the 60-acre tract for the campus,said he's confident that "funding will be there by the time it is necessary." Rep.Will Weatherford,R-Wesley Chapel, who has championed the community college project,said he plans to work hard to get additional funding. "I'm going to make it one of my top priorities,"Weatherford said. Before Scott's veto,classes were slated to begin in 2013-14.It is not yet known whether that schedule will be delayed. State Sen.Mike Fasano,R-New Port Richey,criticized Scott for vetoing the PHCC project,while allowing more than $30 million for a University of South Florida project to expand its Lakeland campus into USF Polytechnic. Fasano called Scott's action "disingenuous and a little bit hypocritical." Fasano also noted the Polytechnic project was backed by Senate Budget Chairman J.D.Alexander,R-Lake Wales.When Scott preserved those funds,the governor was "pandering to one senator that holds the purse strings,"Fasano said. Both Weatherford and Fasano said the Porter Campus at Wiregrass is needed to serve Pasco residents. Weatherford also noted that the location for the additional campus is logical because most of Pasco County's growth has been in central Pasco,along the SR 54 corridor. Providing additional opportunity for higher education is important,as Pasco attempts to transform itself from a bedroom community to "a center of economic prosperity,"Weatherford said. The county has already attracted T.Rowe Price,which has purchased a site at SR 54 and Sunlake Boulevard and has eventual plans for a corporate campus that could employ up to 1,600 people. Raymond James,a financial services company,also is eyeing Pasco County. It has signed a letter of intent to purchase land in Wiregrass Ranch,Weatherford said. Weatherford noted that Scott did not veto $4 million in state road money that would pay for access roads to the site. Weatherford said the governor told him that he wasn't going to veto that line item because that appropriation has value. If the Raymond James deal comes through it would have a significant positive impact in a county that's dealing with an unemployment rate of more than 12 percent, Weatherford said.Veto won't halt PHCC Campus in Wiregrass

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / ZEPHYRHILLS June 1,2011 17 Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE By Carl StrattonGeneral Manager/Broker Dennis Realty, LutzAs a real estate professional, I often get asked, "How's the real estate business?"The person asking the question seems to expect me to say how bad the market is. They are often surprised by my response, "It's a great time to buy!" Most people realize that real estate prices have dropped dramatically over the past five years. In many cases, properties have fallen to nearly 50 percent of their value from the market's peak. I also get a lot of comments about banks not lending money today. I politely reply that buyers with a twoyear job history or college/work history and a minimum 640 credit score have plenty of sources to borrow from. Tommy Gainer, senior loan officer with HomeBanc, says most first time home buyers can qualify with 600 scores.The Greater Tampa Association of Realtors reported that March was the second highest month since 2006 in the number of properties sold. Why? Because NOW is one of the best times in history to buy a home because of the low prices and low interest rates.I do realize that many people have experienced the sting of buying real estate at the wrong time. But a firsttime homebuyer or investor should seriously consider buying now. It is also an excellent time to purchase a second home in Florida. You may not want to take my word because you've probably heard real estate agents say in the past that "Now is the time to buy" or " The market has bottomed out." Well, here are a few facts that you may not be aware of. International investors are buying at record levels. Total residential international purchases in the U.S. for the year ending March 2011 equaled a whopping $82 billion, up from $66 billion in 2010. Florida has seen a 31 percent increase in the number of international transactions this year, the most of any state in the country, with Miami being the hottest market and Tampa Bay being second. In the past two years Dennis Realty has seen a large influx of local, national and international buyers, as well as an increasing number of investors inquiring about property. So if investors from around world are buying properties in Florida, then perhaps you should also consider buying a home today right here in your own backyard.Is Now the Time To Buy Real Estate? Carl Stratton1022 Land O'Lakes Blvd.• Lutz,FL 33549 www.DennisRealty.com • (813) 949-7444 "The man who stops advertising to save money is like the man who stops the clock to save time."~ AnonymousDon't put a stop to your sales. Advertise in your community newspaper.The Laker / Lutz News813.909.2800 • cnewspubs.com • sales@cnewspubs.com

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