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JUNE 8, 2011






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Zephyrhills/Dade City Edition


A quiet place in a busy world


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

It's not exactly secluded, but the makers
of this garden hope that visitors will find it
to be a respite from the rush of daily life - a
place to contemplate and relax.
The "Peaceful Reflections Garden -
Native American Medicine Wheel" covers a
square swath of ground in a courtyard a bit
west of the new school of business building
now under construction at Saint Leo
University.
The garden features a series of stones
laid out in a circular pattern.
Strategically placed boul-
ders provide seating in /
the garden, and wild-
flowers and stone
benches help to
convey a welcom-
ing tone. " - ~
The garden was
created by stu-
dents and Veronika
Ospina-Kammerer,
an assistant profes-
sor of social work, as
an outgrowth of a di-
versity class at the
university
It pays tribute to The "Peaceful Re
the Native American - Native America
culture and it seeks Wheel" which wa
to be a place that in- work students ar
spires love, respect professor at Sair
and gratitude for na- (Photo by B.C. M;


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ture, Ospina-Kammerer said.
"Diversity is all about different cultures,"
Ospina-Kammerer said. Learning about dif-
ferent cultures is important for social
workers whom encounter people from di-
verse backgrounds in their line of work.
In researching various cultures, Ospina-
Kammerer learned that the most
impoverished group of people in the United
States are Native Americans. She also learned
that the life expectancy for female Native
Americans is 52. It is just 48 for males.
"That was shocking to me," Ospina-
Kammerer said."That is unacceptable."
In an attempt to help raise
awareness about the Native
. American culture, Ospina-
Kammerer wrote a
S. grant proposal for a
garden with a Native
S- American theme.
She envisioned
working with stu-
dents to create the
garden and using
the garden as an
outdoor classroom
to help enhance les-
sons about the
culture of Native
Americans.
elections Garden University officials
Medicine saw the merit of the
built by social project and approved
an assistant the funding for the
Leo University. $6,000 project.


lanion)


See QUIET, page 15


Heather Castle, left, a recent graduate of Saint Leo University, was one of the social work
students who helped assistant professor Veronika Ospina-Kammerer create a garden hon-
oring the Native American culture at the college. (Photo by B.C. Manion)


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PAGES 12-13


Helen's hula-hoop dancers
Dancers from Helen's Baton & Dance Studio perform a hula-hoop routine on Saturday,
June 4 during a recital themed "Destinations." Dancers back row: Makayla Shipley, Kailin
Hoy, Alysa Hicks and Alyssa Hayford. Front row: Emma Bullington, Sierra Hoy. (Photo
courtesy of studio) More photos, page 3.



Veto will delay PHCC campus by a semester


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

Pasco-Hernando Community College offi-
cials hope to open the college's planned
Porter Campus atWiregrass in January 2014
instead ofAugust 2013.
Officials had said they expected a poten-
tial delay following Gov. Rick Scott's May 26
decision to veto the fifth and final install-
ment of $6.9 million for the $52 million
project.
The state has already provided $45 mil-
lion for theWesley Chapel campus and that
money is expected to bring the project to
near completion, Lucy Miller, director of
marketing and public relations, wrote in an
email to The Laker.
The college will again seek the balance
of the approved funding in the normal
budget process for construction funds in
the next budget year, the email adds.
The final installment will allow the com-
pletion of the project, preparation of the


grounds, landscaping and the purchase of
furniture, classroom technology, equipment
and other start-up supplies and materials,
Miller's email says.
The college hopes to begin site prepara-
tion this summer, which includes grading
the site to prepare for construction, in-
stalling underground utilities and
constructing the foundation, the email adds.
"Gopher tortoise relocation procedures
have already begun consistent with the per-
mit issued by the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission, the email says.
Meanwhile, the college has filed a re-
quest for a variance to allow it to build a
taller building than is allowed under the
site's zoning designation.
"The variance, if approved, will allow us
to move forward with plans to build up,
rather than out, reducing the footprint of
the project to best use the land designated
for the campus," the email says.
The variance seeks permission to build up
See PHCC, page 15


Pasco's future sees wider SR 52


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Pasco County residents should have a
wider SR 54 by the end of the year, but a
look into the future reveals widening for its
northern counterpart as well.
While no date has been set for the future
widening of SR 52, Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT) spokeswoman Kris
Carson said the east to west road in north-
ern Pasco will be expanded.
"No construction has been funded, but
part of the groundwork has," Carson said."It
will eventually let the road be widened from
two to four lanes."
The design of the widening has been
funded between US 41 and Bellamy
Brothers Boulevard.Additionally, some row
acquisition has been paid for to buy private
property along the state road between
Bellamy and Old Pasco Road. Current FDOT
statistics show about 19,300 vehicles make


the trip between 1-75 and US 41 each day.
Carson said that while there has been no
funding secured to widen SR 52 east of Old
Pasco Road to San Antonio, Saint Leo and
Dade City, it was not out of the question.
She said the goal for a future widening fits
with the overall goal with all state roads,
which is to upgrade them as increased pop-
ulation puts more demands on the streets.
"The department is currently finishing
improvements to SR 52 between US 41 and
the Suncoast Parkway," Carson said."That is
mainly adding new turn lanes and resurfac-
ing the road'"
That FDOT project comes with a $1.6
million price tag. Pasco is also paying for an-
other job on SR 52 that began within the
last month, according to Pasco Engineering
Services Deborah Bolduc. She said that con-
struction is adding turn lanes where SR 52
crosses Prospect Road/Happy Hills Road,
also called State Highway 579A. It is also
See SR 52, page 15


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Rescue groups seek loving


homes for abandoned pets


By Ayana Stewart
Laker Correspondent

Jane Robb sits in a PetSmart
store next to a cage filled with
dogs up for adoption.A home-
made photo book sits in her
lap, filled with pictures of
adopted dogs and their fami-
lies. Her eyes are filled with
emotion as she flips through
and reminiscences.
"This one died of a brain
tumor."
"Those two were blind."
"These people have adopt-
ed four dogs from us."
Robb is a part of Small Dog


Rescue, a rescue group that
specializes in saving abandoned animals.
Robb has been involved with animal rescue
for 15 years but has been taking in disadvan-
taged animals since she can remember.
"It's born in you," she said."Some people
love children. I've always loved animals."
Jane and her husband, Hugh, have dedi-
cated their lives to finding neglected dogs
loving homes.They spend many weekends
holding open adoptions at PetSmart stores
in the area. Unlike many shelters, Small Dog
Rescue doesn't euthanize.
"What doesn't get adopted, we keep," she
explains.
While the Robbs have impacted count-
less animals, their influence extends beyond
dogs. Monica Pollan was new to the Bay
area when she read an article in the news-
paper about high euthanasia rates in animal
shelters and was moved to action.
"I was overwhelmed with sadness and
anger,' Pollan said."I met Jane and Hugh and
saw what fabulous, wonderful, kind, selfless
people they are. I have three dogs and
they're all rescue dogs. It's shameful what
goes on (in some shelters). These are the
lucky ones.Jane and Hugh rescue these ani-
mals out of the jaws of death."
Some of the stories that Jane shares are
heartwarming."When we bathed one dog,
the water ran blood from her fleas. She was
6 years old and blind.We were at a PetSmart
store inWesley Chapel and a man that had
just lost his dog saw her and fell in love."
Other stories are heartbreaking. Jane
points to a little black and white dog that is
sitting quietly in her cage."Susie is a 3-year-
old Shiatsu who can't bark because the
breeder cut her vocal cords. The breeder
had 19 dogs and didn't want to hear any of
them bark so all of their vocal cords were
cut. We've had dogs found at elementary
schools, outside of a pharmacy on the
street."
Pollan is enraged over the cruelty that
some of the dogs have endured."There are a
lot of petitions that push legislation to stop
puppy mills because the animals have no
voice.We need tighter restrictions and we


Monica Pollan, from left, Hugh Robb and Jane Robb all
volunteer for Small Dog Rescue, a rescue group that
specializes in saving abandoned animals.


How to help
For more information about Small Dog
Rescue, call (813) 237-1401.
For more information about St. Francis,
call (813) 830-7251.
For more information about
Community Concern for Animals,
contact traceco@tampabay.rr.com


need to stop cutting funding."
Along with Small Dog Rescue, several
other animal rescue groups spend their
weekends at PetSmart stores in the area. St.
Francis Society Animal Rescue is one of
them.
Jim Martinelli is the adoption center co-
ordinator with St. Francis, an organization
that helps abandoned and abused dogs and
cats."It's time consuming but very reward-
ing,' he said."It's a labor of love. It feels good
to get them in homes and raise awareness."
"We can track adoptions with the econo-
my. When the economy is doing well,
adoptions go up.When the economy goes
down, so does the adoption rate," he said.
Jane agrees."We usually keep the dogs a
few weeks, but in the recession, it's been a
lot longer.We've only had three adoptions
this year."
Community Concern for Animals (CCFA) is
another organization that focuses on saving an-
imals and holds adoptions at area pet stores.
"We do all breed rescues from newborn
puppies to senior dogs," said volunteer Tara
Pisano. There's definitely need for a lot of
rescue.We're actually getting ready to help
the displaced animals inAlabama (from the
April tornado)," she said.
For these volunteers, raising awareness
and creating happy endings for animals that
have had hard lives is enough.
Pollan succinctly summed up the mis-
sion of those involved with animal rescue
groups."If one person gets together with an-
other person and is aware, it can make a
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Church expects to break ground for more permanent home this summer


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

Work is expected to begin this summer to
give the congregation of St. Peter the Apostle
a more permanent place to worship.
"Our community started about 3 1/2 years
ago;' said the Rev. Dennis Hughes."Initially, we
met at the funeral home chapel at Trinity
Memorial Gardens."
About two years ago, the church moved
to its current location in the Trinity Village
shopping center - between a Cold Stone
Creamery ice cream shop and a Five Guys
restaurant.
The parish for St. Peter the Apostle
Catholic Church, which is part of the
Diocese of St. Petersburg,was carved out of
the parish boundaries of St.Thomas Aquinas
in New Port Richey and Our Lady of the
Rosary in Land O' Lakes.
The parish was initiated in response to
the area's growth.
"If you can remember back 4,4 1/2 years
ago before the collapse of the housing indus-
try, this area was expanding rapidly. The
diocese was looking at opening several
parishes.This was going to be the first. I was
named pastor here.
"We started celebrating mass 3 1/2 years
ago, and almost immediately, the economy
went into freefall."
The membership of St. Peter the Apostle
now includes about 440 households and is
expected to continue to grow, Hughes said.
If all goes as planned, construction on the
new $1.9 million multi-purpose center will
begin this summer, the pastor said.A church
will likely follow some day, but that won't be
until the multi-purpose center is paid off and
much of the funding for a church building
has been raised,he added.
The new building will be constructed on
a 40-acre tract that sits between Trinity
Memorial Gardens and Odessa Elementary,
Hughes said. Trinity Memorial Gardens is


St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church will move to this planned facility from its current location in a shopping center.


right off SR 54 at Community Drive.
Plans call for a simple, concrete block
building. It will have a small chapel and some
office space, but the bulk of the new center
will be a big empty hall.
"The main hall will be about the dimen-
sions of a basketball court," Hughes said. It
will have portable partitions that can be use
to configure space for various uses.
Hughes does not envision using the cen-
ter for wedding receptions, but he said it
could be a venue for dinners - provided the
event could be set up and broken down
without interfering with worship services.
The church hopes to have its construc-
tion plans ready to seek permits from the
county by the end ofJuly.
"We're not going to touch any of the wet-
lands, so fortunately, we don't have to worry
about mitigation. But we do have to fit within
the drainage plan - the overall drainage
plan of the Trinity area," Hughes said.
"I'm hopeful that the county will expe-
dite the construction process as this certainly
brings some much-needed construction and
jobs to the county," the pastor said.
The project is coming at a favorable time,
in terms of costs,he added.
"Construction costs right now are as low


as they have been in about 10 years.
Concrete and steel had elevated every con-
struction project.The worldwide slowdown
in construction has brought the prices back
up to more affordable levels."
Barring unforeseen delays, Hughes ex-
pects the parish to begin using the new
facility by the end of next year.
"By Christmas of next year - that should
be a slam dunk. Hopefully, it will be several
months earlier."
With its new quarters, Hughes expects
the congregation to grow.
"When we were in the funeral home,
there were some who were reluctant to
come to a funeral home chapel for mass.
There are people, I suspect, who are reluc-
tant to come to mass as a storefront."
Regardless of where the congregation
meets, though, Hughes noted:"It's the same
mass.
"What I told this community from the be-
ginning is that we're the church.
"That's why we chose the theme for our
campaign, which is "Built of Living Stones."
"We're the stones."
For more information about the church,
visit www.sptatrinity.org or call (727) 264-
8968.


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June is p ant month

June is perennial plant month


By B.J. Jarvis
Pasco Extension Horticulture Agent and Director


Gardeners looking for plants that survive
year after year and produce spectacular
flowers should consider perennials.
Unlike annuals that die after just one sea-
son, there are many perennials that give
perpetual pizzazz and also tend to be lower-
maintenance garden members.June is the
perfect time to plant new perennials that
will flower summer through fall.
Choose the flower color that will com-
plement your garden best. Consider
combining flower and foliage colors or tex-
tures. For example, purple salvias mixed
with silvery foliage of Artemesia (worm-
wood) provide a wonderful combination.
A planting bed filled with a ground
cover of bright yellow perennial peanut will
knock your gardening socks off. Of course,
daylily is the backbone of a perennial gar-
den, flowering in yellows, salmon and russet
orange.
Other drought-tolerant species include
rudbeckia (black-eyed Susan), coreopsis
(tickseed),gaillardia (blanket flower) and se-
dums. One of my favorites is bulbine, a
South African native that really excels in
Florida's drought weather and poor soils.
Fall's chrysanthemums provide consistent
floral shows as well.
Two plants that bloom most of the year
are purple or white-flowering Angelonia
and a euphorbia called diamond frost.As its
name implies, it is loaded with white flow-


ers from spring through fall.
Relatively harsh summer weather condi-
tions dictate the addition of organic matter
such as well-rotted manures or other
humus.As a result, soil moisture retention
will increase and will also encourage benefi-
cial microbes that are often lacking in our
near-sterile sandy soils.
In summer's heat, watering is necessary
to get plants well established. Once well
rooted in the landscape, one deep watering
per week is far more beneficial than frequent
or shallow irrigations. If Mother Nature pro-
vides rain, skip watering entirely.
Finally, mulch perennials and other land-
scape plants with a 2 to 3-inch layer of
chipped or shredded plant material. Mulch
maintains soil moisture, moderates soil tem-
peratures, slows weed growth and generally
gives landscapes a great finished look. Keep
mulch off of plant crowns and tree trunks
to avoid rot. No rubber or rock "mulches"
please! They provide none of the benefits
mentioned.
These practices will keep perennials
blooming year after year while they beat the
heat.
For more information about perenni-
als, check out this detailed perennial
publication from the University of
Florida/IFAS at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pdf-
files/MG/MG03500.pdf.

B.JJarvis is Pasco Extension Director
and Horticulture Agent. She can be
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Helping others helps student earn scholarship


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

When Cameron Burris went searching
for potential college funding, she had no
idea that her Google search would lead to a
$20,000 scholarship.
The 17-year-old, who founded "Today's
Teens with a Cause," said she was stunned
when she heard she had been selected as a
KFC Colonel's Scholar, which carries a
$5,000 annual scholarship for four years.
The Kentucky Fried Chicken Foundation
awards 75 of these scholarships annually.
The scholarship recognizes the young
woman from Land O' Lakes for her commu-
nity involvement and commitment to
education.
Burris, who plans to attend the honors
program at Florida State University, said the
scholarship helps her to fulfill her dream to
study abroad for a semester. Now, she just
has to decide - which will it be, Italy or
Spain?
The recent graduate of Land O' Lakes
High has been involved with community
service efforts for years, first becoming ac-
quainted with a variety of community
service organizations when she was partici-
pating in National American Miss and
American Coed beauty pageants.
Her exposure to the community service
organizations enabled her to help her peers
when they were seeking ways to fulfill com-
munity service requirements, Burris said.
Burris said her community service
helped teenagers who wanted to fulfill com-
munity service requirements to find
organizations needing their help.
Those student volunteers have created
cards for terminally ill children, made cook-
ies and cards for veterans and have
performed an assortment of other good
works.
Burris said teenagers often are over-
looked when groups are seeking volunteers.
Instead, she said,"a lot of times you see
really, really young children who think it's
fun, or you see a lot of older people.'
The KFC Colonel's Scholar Program,
sponsored by the Kentucky Fried Chicken
Foundation, is an independent charity sup-
ported by KFC. The scholarships are
awarded based on students' financial need
and the impact they have in their school
and community.The program has awarded
more than $8 million since its inception in
2006.
The KFC scholarship puts a premium on
volunteerism.
It requires recipients to complete 300
community volunteer hours within the
school year. It also requires recipients to


Chris Mook, whose family owns the KFC fran-
chise in Land O' Lakes, presents a scholarship
check to Cameron Burris, one of 75 national
winners in a KFC scholarship program. (Photo
courtesy of J&A integrated thinking)

maintain a 2.75 grade point average.
Burris said she expects to be a lifelong
volunteer.
It's something she's passionate about be-
cause there are so many others in need,
Burris said.
Chris Mook presented the scholarship
on behalf of KFC at a Celebration of
Excellence ceremony on May 19.
"When you look at how many students
in today's economy are scrambling for schol-
arships, I was thrilled when I heard one of
the (scholarship) winners was from our
local area," said Mook, president of Phil
Mook Enterprises, which owns 10 franchis-
es including one in the Village Lakes
Shopping Center at 21617 Village Lake
Shopping Court.
Although not involved in selecting Burris
for the honor, Mook said once he met her,
he understood why she was chosen. He
senses the young woman will go on to ac-
complish great things.
In addition to the scholarship from the
foundation, Burris also received a gift from
Mook's company.
"We bought her a laptop,' Mook said, not-
ing he comes from a family that prizes the
value of education, and they wanted to help
provide Burris with tools she needs to suc-
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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
First Presbyterian Church of
Zephyrhills, 5510 19th St.,hosts worship
services at 10 a.m. each Sunday.
Sunday school for adults is at 8:30 a.m.
and children are dismissed for their classes
during the 10 a.m. worship. Coffee fellow-
ship follows worship.
Choir practice 7 p.m. every
Wednesday.
Bible Study 7 p.m. eachWednesday.
The FRESH Youth Group meets at 5
p.m. onWednesdays.
First Saturday at First Church meets at 6
p.m. the first Saturday of each month in
the Fellowship Hall.
"Walkers" meet in Zephyr Park at the
bandstand at 7:30 a.m. Thursday and
Saturday and 5:30 p.m. Friday.
4th annual block party, 5-7 p.m. June
18.
Vacation Bible School, 6-8:30 p.m.June
20,21,22.
For more information, visit www.first-
pcz.org.

FIRST CHRISTIAN
First Christian Church (Disciples of
Christ), 6040 Eighth St. in Zephyrhills, will
have a worship service at 9:30 a.m.
Pastor Paul Holland will bring the
Message "Joy in the Spirit" on June 12.
Ice Cream Social and Sing-A-Long at 4
p.m.June 12. Donation: $3 for adults and
$1.50 for children.
"Children's Church is also at 9:30 a.m.
Prayer Group meets each Monday at 10
a.m.


Bible Study at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. every
Thursday.
Visit us at www.zhillsfirstchristian.org.

CALVARY BAPTIST
Calvary Baptist Church, 4724 Fox Ridge
Blvd. inWesley Chapel.
Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m.
Church services at 10:30 a.m.
For more information or a ride, con-
tact Pastor John Reichard at (813)
300-7693.

FIRST UNITED METHODIST
First United Methodist Church of
Zephyrhills, 38635 Fifth Ave. hosts tradi-
tional services at 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. and a
contemporary service at 9:30 a.m.
For more information: on Facebook
"First United Methodist Church of
Zephyrhills," online www.fumczhill.org.,or
via phone (813) 782-5645.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
First Baptist Church of Zephyrhills,
38231 Fifth Avenue Sunday services are
Sunday school at 9:30 a.m., worship serv-
ice at 10:45 a.m. and evening service at 6
p.m.
Mid-week service Wednesday at 6:30
p.m.
"Sunrise Prayer Warriors" meet every
weekday morning from 6-7 a.m.
Vacation Bible School for ages 4 years
through fifth grade June 6-10 from 6:30-
8:45 p.m.
For more information call (813) 782-
5574.


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Army National Guard Pvt. Marcus A.
Smith graduated from the Fire Support
Specialist Advanced Individual Training
course at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla.The field ar-
tillery specialists serve in intelligence
activities including target processing in field
artillery, cannon battalions, division artillery,
artillery and maneuver brigade and head-
quarters and fire support elements. The
course is designed to train students to estab-
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communications and speech security equip-
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Pregnancy center offers new services
The Lutz-Land O' Lakes Pregnancy
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nursing assessment, pregnancy testing, pre-
natal vitamins and limited obstetrical
ultrasounds. The center's new services


messages.They also must prepare and main-
tain daily staff journals,fire support situation
maps, charts and other fire support and tar-
get processing procedures, records, and
documents. In addition, students assist in ini-
tiating requests for field artillery, mortar,
naval gunfire, and aerial delivered muni-
tions, and emplace, maintain, and assist in
the operation of laser range finders, target
designation, and night observation devices.
Smith is a 2010 graduate of Wiregrass
Ranch High and the son of Kareen and
Leonard Smith ofWesley Chapel.


represent an effort to reach women strug-
gling with an unplanned pregnancy, to
offer them confidential resources and assis-
tance, including information on the
options available to them.
The center is open to all women who
need to find out if they are pregnant or are
pregnant and need to learn more about
their options and resources.All services
are free and confidential.
The Lutz-Land O' Lakes Pregnancy
Center is located in Tropical Village shop-
ping plaza, 1528 Land O' Lakes Blvd., Suite
102,in Lutz.The clinic is open Mondays 10
a.m. to 6:30 p.m.;Tuesdays 10 a.m. to 4
p.m.; and Thursdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For
information or an appointment, call (813)
948-7734.Walk-ins are welcome.


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When classes recently ended at Berean
Academy in Lutz, it wasn't just for summer
break.
The private school, which prided itself
on its classical Christian educational ap-
proach, dosed its doors for good.
"It's been sad," said Eric Taylor, president
of the school's board.
Parents were notified in March that the
school would cease operations,Taylor said,
attributing the school's demise to the
tough economic times.
"I think everyone had hopes about the
continuing development of the area," he
said, but the crash of the housing market
and the ripple effects on the overall econo-
my hurt enrollment and donations, he said.
BereanAcademy got its start in 1995 as
a one-room school with 11 students in
kindergarten through third grade. It gradu-
ated its first senior class in 2006.
It moved into its spacious, multi-million
home at 17951 N. US 41 in 2008, but was


unable to sustain itself through the reces-
sion.
On its last day - May 27 - it had 170
students and 30 employees,Taylor said.The
property will be turned back to the mort-
gage holder, he said.
Although Berean is closing, some of its
families have banded together and plan to
begin a new school,Taylor said.
Hal Brunson, headmaster at Berean, said
many of the students at Berean will attend
Trinity Preparatory School, a school that
plans to begin its first school year in the
fall at 125 Country Club Drive in Tampa.
Brunson said a new board of trustees
has been established and the plan is for
the board to hire him to lead the new
school. Like Berean, it will have a classical
Christian curriculum. Students will read
the classics, study classical languages in-
cluding Latin, French, German and either
Spanish, Greek or both.They also will be
schooled in the fine arts of drama, music
and visual arts.
The tuition will be around $11,000 a
year and scholarships are available,
Brunson said. For more information about
the school, call (813) 918-3174.
While many students from Berean are
moving to Trinity, the Berean building will


become the new home of Lutz
Preparatory School.
Lutz Prep, a new charter school in
Hillsborough County, is gearing up to begin
its first school year in the fall. It plans to
move into Berean's former home by July 1,
said Tom Murray, president of Lutz Prep's
board of directors.
Lutz Prep will begin the 2011-12 school
year for kindergarten through fifth grade,
but the school ultimately aspires to be a K-
12 school, Murray said.
Its future growth will be contingent on
approval by the Hillsborough County
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that they are achieving their academic goals
or to make adjustments when needed.
While it waits to begin operations, Lutz
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be its first principal. It has already reached
its approved enrollment of 224 students.
"We're small.We're full," Murray said.


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Hand in Hand Academy, another Lutz
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Nickey is missed terribly
Nickey was the most precious dog that anybody could have. He used to howl when
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chase grasshoppers and play with his toys. He was very protective and liked to be
the center of attention. Nickey loved going for rides in the car with his head out of
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Budget cutbacks and a new state law are
expected to cause enrollment to swell next
year at Pasco eSchool, the online school in
the Pasco County public school district.
The district is now in the process of try-
ing to figure out how its virtual classes will
be affected, said JoAnne Glenn, who over-
sees Pasco eSchool.
The school offers online courses to ele-
mentary, middle and high school students
throughout the district. It recently finished
its second year of operation, during which it
provided about 2,400 individual courses to
roughly 1,000 participants.
Last year, the virtual course offerings
gave the school district a safety net as it
grappled to deal with strict class size limits
required by state law.
This year, it is expected to help the district
fill the gap that is being caused by staffing cut-
backs required by funding shortages. The
district announced on May 19 that 513 posi-
tions would be eliminated, including 470
layoffs, to help address a $54.4 million shortfall.
Efforts are under way to identify how
those cuts will affect specific programs and
how online classes may be able to give stu-
dents another option, Glenn said.
In essence, the district doesn't want to
eliminate programs, but instead to use a dif-
ferent method of delivery, Glenn said.
A student may not be able to take a
French class at a brick and mortar school
building, for instance, but could enroll online.
The district also has entered into agree-
ments with some new vendors which will
allow it to expand its array of online offer-
ings next year, Glenn said.
For instance, in the past it offered
Spanish, Latin and Mandarin Chinese using
curriculum it acquired through Florida
Virtual School, Glenn said.


Next year, it also will offer online French,
German and Japanese with curriculum from
a private vendor, Glenn said.
It also will offer a slate of new online
electives including art appreciation, music
appreciation, digital video production, an-
thropology, sociology and video game
design, Glenn said.
The district will also face a couple of
changes in state law that will affect its on-
line program, Glenn said.
For one thing, more elementary students
will be eligible to take online courses, she said.
The state law used to prohibit children
in kindergarten and first grade from taking
an online course, unless they had spent the
prior year in a public school.
That meant children being home-
schooled and those attending private school
the previous year could not qualify, Glenn
said. A change in state law eliminated the
public school requirement.
"We're excited about that," she said.
Another change that affects high school
graduation requirements also will boost on-
line enrollment, Glenn said.
The new law requires students to com-
plete one online course before graduation. It
takes effect with the ninth-grade class enter-
ing high school this fall, Glenn said.
Across the district, there will be 6,000
students entering freshmen year in the fall,
Glenn said.
Unfortunately, they had scheduled their
courses in January before the new law took
effect, she said. Efforts will be made to enroll
some of those students into an online
course so the district can get started on
helping its students meet the state's gradua-
tion requirement, Glenn said.
"Now, the challenge we have as a (virtu-
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learners to courses where they will be suc-
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KIDS STUFF
FREE KIDS MOVIES
Cobb Theatres Grove 16 will host free
summer kids shows at 10 a.m. every
Tuesday,Wednesday and Thursday. Doors
open at 9:30 a.m. Same day ticketing only.
The movies on June 14,15 and 16 are Shrek
Forever After and Ramona & Beezus. Grove
16 is located at 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd. in
Wesley Chapel. For information, call (813)
948-5444.
HIBROW ART CAMP
The HiBrow Gallery will have a summer art
camp for children ages 8-14. Classes run
from 1-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Camp
starts on July 5 with five weekly sessions
throughAug. 5. Cost is $125 per week and
includes all supplies. Enrollment is at the
galleryTuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-4
p.m. Classes are limited to 10 children per
session.The gallery is located at 14125
Seventh St. For information, call (352) 521-
3823.
JOIN THE CLUB
HISPANIC CHAMBER MIXER
The Pasco Hernando Hispanic Chamber
will host a mixer from 5:30-7 p.m.June 16
at Star's Organic Spa, 2136Ashley Oaks
Circle in Wesley Chapel. For information,
call Rocio Paulsen at (813) 909-6965.


COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT
FOR THE TROOPS
Treats For Troops/Operation Pocket
Change is having a fundraising
barbecue and warehouse tour from
124 p.m.June 12 at 29807 SR 54 in
Wesley Chapel. No admission fee.
Tickets will be sold for $1 to purchase
barbecue items, soda, water, popcorn
and Italian ice. Learn about the entire
operation of shipping care packages
to war areas. For information, call
Karin or Jim King at (813) 746-1517.


SHADE GARDENING
The Nature Coast Chapter of the Florida
Native Plant Society will meet June 14 at St.
Mark's Presbyterian Church, 7922 SR 52 in
Hudson.The topic is "Shade Gardening with
Native Plants" presented by Bruce Turley,
owner ofWilcox Nursery in Largo. Light
refreshments and a native plant drawing.
For information, call (727) 849-2335.


MUSIC AND MORE
BENTLEY COMMONS
Bentley Commons at Zephyrhills will host
the following shows
-Pianist Walter Billingsley presents
"Americana," a fascinating and reminiscent
look into the past with music, at 3:45 p.m.
June 10.
-The Sax ManAl Stanelun sings and
performs a fun variety of music on tenor
and soprano saxes, at 12:45 p.m.June 13.
Bentley Commons is located at 38130
Pretty Pond Road.To reserve your seat, call
(813) 7794501.
SUMMER NIGHTS
Busch Gardens will once again host
Summer Nights from June 10 throughAug.
14 in Jungala, Stanleyville and Gwazi Plaza
every night starting at 5 p.m. with line
dancing, break dancing and games. Park
hours are extended until 9 p.m. Sunday
through Thursday and 10 p.m. Friday and
Saturday. Summer Nights is included with a
day's paid admission or annual pass. For


information, call (888) 800-5447 or visit
BuschGardens.com.
MILITARY SHOW
Fantasy of Flight, in Central Florida, will
have a Military Collector's Show from 10
a.m.-5 p.m.June 10-11. Show features
collectibles from the CivilWar to the
Vietnam War. Former Command Pilot and
careerAir Force officer Joe Kittinger II will
be available for book signing. Cost is $6
per person, without attending Fantasy of
Flight. For information, call (863) 984-3500
or visit www.fantasyofflight.com.
USF PLANT FAIR
The USF Botanical Gardens will have its
annual butterfly, herb and native plant fair
from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.June 11 and 10 a.m.-3
p.m.June 12.Talks throughout both days on
butterfly gardening, Florida wildlife and
herb growing. Event includes vendors and
children's activity area.Admission is $5 for
general public. Garden members and
children under 12 are free. For information,
call (813) 974-2329.


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AA tNew SPRING TEAMS
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THE BEST PLAYERS OF SPRING 2011 SELECTED BY SPORTS EDITOR KYLE LOJACONO



The Laker and the Lutz News has named its All-Laker/All-Lutz News teams for the 2011 spring

high school athletic season. Members of the teams were selected based on their skill, value to their

squad, final statistics and head-to-head matchups.Teams in the coverage area include Academy at the

Lakes, Carrollwood Day, Freedom, Gaither, Land O' Lakes, Land O' Lakes Christian, Pasco, Saddlebrook

Prep, Steinbrenner, Sunlake,Wesley Chapel,Wiregrass Ranch, Zephyrhills and Zephyrhills Christian.

All stats are as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches and all playoffperformances are as recorded by the FHSAA.
Sports Editor Kyle Lojacono selected the team. He can be reached at klojacono@cnewspubs.com.


BASEBALL FIRST TEAM
-STARTING PITCHER: Robert Johnson,
Sr., Gaither. Posted an 8-0 record with a 1.33
ERA in 52.2 innings while recording a team-
high 49 strikeouts.
-STARTING PITCHER: Brandon
Mumaw, Sr., Wesley Chapel. Led all area
pitchers with a 10-1 record with a 1.33 ERA
with 72 strikeouts.
-CATCHER:Jason Wilton, Sr.,
Steinbrenner. Was a pitcher when he wasn't
catching, which gave him good understanding
of how to catch. He also batted .474 with
three doubles.
-FIRST BASE: Chad Witkowski, Sr.,
Steinbrenner. His .528 batting average led
all area players with at least 50 at bats while
adding five home runs and 19 RBI and runs
scored.
-SECOND BASE: Mike Campoamor, Fr.,
Wiregrass Ranch. Showed no hesitation as a
freshman, batting .388 with 23 RBI, 20 runs
scored and four doubles.
-SHORTSTOP: Geoff DeGroot, Sr.,
Wesley Chapel. He did everything for the
Wildcats. Had a team-high 18 steals,.482 bat-
ting average, 40 hits, 33 runs scored and nine
doubles to go with a steady glove.
-THIRD BASE:Alejandro Brunet, Sr.,
Gaither. Hit four home runs in three games
to help Gaither win the district champi-
onship. Posted a .333 batting average with
seven doubles.
-OUTFIELD: Trey Dudley-Giles, Jr.,
Pasco. Batted .455 with 35 hits, 22 runs, 16
steals, 13 RBI and four triples.
-OUTFIELD: Drew Mitchell, Sr., Wesley
Chapel. Was the Wildcats' power bat with
four homers and four doubles while batting
.326 with 34 RBI, 32 runs scored and 17
steals.


Lakes. Batted .369 with 32 runs scored, 31
hits, 22 RBI, five doubles and three home runs
in just his second year at the position.
-FIRST BASE:Jose Gonzalez, Jr.,
Gaither. Hit .328 with 22 hits, 17 runs
scored, 16 RBI, six doubles and four homers
for a Cowboys team that won a district cham-
pionship.
-SHORTSTOP: Oscar Mercado, So.,
Gaither. Developed into one of the best defen-
sive players in the area while batting .338 with
27 hits,23 RBI,21 runs scored and 10 steals.
-THIRD BASE: Keegan Tanner, Jr.,
Wesley Chapel. Became one of the Wildcats
top offensive threats by batting .333 with 27
runs scored, 20 RBI and 10 steals.
-OUTFIELD: Ryan Atkinson, Sr.,
Steinbrenner. Finished the season with a
.524 batting average with 22 hits, 17 RBI and
five steals.
-OUTFIELD: ZachJackson, Sr.,
Gaither. Batted only .210 with two homers
and 11 RBI, but made some big plays in the
outfield and was the unquestioned leader for
the Cowboys.
-OUTFIELD:Jordan Smith, Sr.,
Freedom. Led all area athletes with 20 steals
while batting .383 with 23 hits and 18 runs
scored.
-DESIGNATED HITTER: Trae Urban, Sr.,
Land O' Lakes. A speed and power threat.
Batted .431 with 23 RBI, 12 steals, six doubles
and three home runs.
-DESIGNATED HITTER: Gino
Pepenella, Sr., Land 0' Lakes. Smacked a
team-high six homers while hitting .412 with
45 RBI, 28 runs scored and six doubles.
-CLOSER: Matt Wynne, Sr., Wesley
Chapel. His 5-0 record with a 1.45 ERA and
39 Ks was a big reason why the Wildcats won
25 games this year.


PLAYER
OF THE
YEAR:
Brandon
Mumaw, Wesley
Chapel. Mumaw
was the only area
pitcher to reach
double digit wins
with a 10-1
record while lead-
ing the Wildcats
with 72 strikeouts and a 1.33 ERA. He was
the clear No. 1 on the staff, working the
most innings (68.2) and completing four
contests. His pitching at the front of the
rotation set the tone for the team that had
a 1.67 combined ERA and posted a pro-
gram record 25 wins in 2011.


-OUTFIELD: Cole Stancil, Sr., Pasco.
Led all Pirates with 26 runs scored, 25 RBI, 12
doubles and five homers while batting .427
with 35 hits and nine steals.
-DESIGNATED HITTER: Chris
Kluender, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Bulls
leader with a .488 batting average, 39 hits, 36
runs scored and 27 RBI while adding three
home runs.
-CLOSER: Trey McNickle, Sr., Land 0'
Lakes. Had six saves, more than any other
area athlete, with a 3-3 record and a 2.73 ERA
while working 25.2 innings in 14 appear-
ances.


COACH OF
THE YEAR:
Frank
Permuy,
Gaither. The
Cowboys lost
12 seniors, five
who signed to
play in college,
from their 2010
team that set a
program record with 21 wins. It was
supposed to be a rebuilding year, but
veteran coach Frank Permuy got his
young team to win the 1 lth district
championship in program history
and reached the Class 5A regional
semifinals.



BASEBALL SECOND TEAM
-STARTING PITCHER: Marcus
Crescentini, Sr., Wesley Chapel. Went 7-1
with a 2.06 ERA in 37.1 innings while record-
ing 54 strikeouts.
-STARTING PITCHER:John Michael
Gant, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Started the sea-
son by tossing a no hitter and never looked
back.Went 6-0 with a 1.90 ERA and 107 Ks.
-STARTING PITCHER: Chris Williams,
Jr., Steinbrenner. Had a 7-2 record with
three complete games and a 2.20 ERA. Stuck
out 39 batters in 54 innings.
-CATCHER: David Perez, Sr., Land O'


SOFTBALL FIRST TEAM
-PITCHER: Courtney Brandt, Sr.,
Pasco. Teams feared Brandt as a pitcher and
hitter. Posted 16-5 record with a 0.93 ERA and
240 strikeouts while batting .485 with 50
hits, 36 RBI and five home runs.
-PITCHER: Meghan Durbin, Jr.,
Sunlake. Posted a 9-1 record with a 1.52 ERA
and 31 Ks while batting .393 with 24 hits, 18
runs scored, 14 RBI and three doubles.
-CATCHER: Shelley Stohler, Sr.,
Sunlake. In 21 games she batted .500 with
12 runs scored and 10 RBI.
-FIRST BASE: Ashley Orta, Sr.,
Sunlake. Had a strong glove at first while
posting a .546 batting average with 19 runs
scored, 17 RBI and eight doubles.
-SECOND BASE: Kallie Shirling, Sr.,
Academy at the Lakes. Averaged .488 with
20 hits, 15 runs scored and two homers as the
only senior on a squad that reached regionals.
-SHORTSTOP: Lizzy Burchfield, So.,
Pasco. Batted .349 with 42 runs scored, 38 hits,
15 steals, 14 RBI, eight doubles and three triples.
-THIRD BASE:Jordan Lane, So., Pasco.
Put up a .370 batting average with 31 runs
scored, 26 RBI, eight doubles and four homers de-
spite missing two weeks with an injured ankle.
-OUTFIELD: Chloe Fletcher, Sr.,
Sunlake. She came back to the area just be-
fore the season after moving Texas. Managed
to hit .623 with 23 hits, 22 RBI, six doubles
and 13 steals.
-OUTFIELD: Vanessa Mills, Jr., Pasco.
Gave a lot of depth to the Pirates batting
order by hitting .372 with 16 runs scored, 15
RBI, 10 doubles and three home runs.
-OUTFIELD: Kelli Parker, So., Pasco.
Pasco's leadoff hitter averaged .346 with 37 hits,
33 runs scored and 26 RBI. Developed enough
power to hit seven doubles and three homers.
-DESIGNATED PLAYER: Morgan
Litchfield, Jr., Gaither. Led all area athletes
with 10 home runs while batting .622 with 51
hits, 35 RBI, 29 runs scored and 13 doubles.

SOFTBALL SECOND TEAM
-PITCHER: Lauren Pasquale, Sr.,
Zephyrhills. Put up a 2.51 ERA with 130
strikeouts as the Bulldogs primary pitcher
while batting .414 with 41 hits, 20 runs
scored, 18 RBI and 14 doubles.
-PITCHER: Tyler Riendeau, Sr.,
Sunlake. Went 9-2 with seven complete
games, a 2.93 ERA and 60 strikeouts.Was the
Seahawks workhorse, throwing 81.1 innings.
-CATCHER: Briana Blanyar, Jr.,
Zephyrhills. Threw out four potential base
steals while batting .305 with 25 hits, 12 runs
scored, 11 RBI and seven doubles.
-FIRST BASE: Sarah Burchfield, Jr.,
Pasco. Her glove work saved many potential
errors at first.Also hit .310 with 27 runs
scored, 20 RBI and seven doubles.
-SECOND BASE: Amber Caudill, Fr.,


PLAYER OF
THE YEAR:
Courtney
Brandt, Pasco. Was
not only the
strongest pitcher in
the area, but one of
the top hitters. Her
16 wins was well
more than any other
area pitcher, while her 0.93 ERA and
240 strikeouts were also better than any
other. Her .485 batting average is even
more eye popping after seeing her
power. She posted five home runs and
eight doubles to go with 50 hits, 44 runs
scored, 36 RBI and 13 steals.



COACH OF
THE YEAR:
Jami Finan,
Sunlake. Led the

4 record in her
first year at the
helm, more wins "
than any other
year in program history. Finan had the
team batting .424 with a .493 on-base
percentage and a .561 slugging percent-
age. Sunlake was upset in the Class
4A-District 8 tournament, but the season
is arguably the best in the program's
four-year history.


Pasco. Batted .316 with 23 runs scored and
four doubles while carrying a solid glove in
her first high school season.
-SHORTSTOP: Alex Rogers, Sr.,
Sunlake. The Seahawks team captain batted
.421 with 32 hits, 25 runs scored, 19 RBI, 10
steals and three doubles.
-THIRD BASE: Alia Serafini, So.,
Steinbrenner. Hit .449 with 23 RBI, 13 runs
scored and eight doubles.
-OUTFIELD: Courtney Durbin, Jr.,
Sunlake. Had a team-high 15 steals while bat-
ting .460 and adding 40 hits, 34 runs scored,
25 RBI and 13 doubles.
-OUTFIELD: ToriJordan, So.,
Zephyrhills. The speedy Jordan led all area
athletes with 29 steals while batting .270
with 26 runs scored and 11 RBI.
-OUTFIELD: Lena Rovellada, Jr.,
Gaither. Swiped 25 bags with a .527 batting
average, 39 hits, 22 runs scored, 20 RBI and
five doubles.
-DESIGNATED PLAYER: Ashley Wilson,
Fr., Freedom. Hit for average and power, bat-
ting .596 with 25 RBI, 24 runs scored, eight
doubles and four homers.


BOYS TENNIS
-Luke Blankenship, Jr.,
Steinbrenner. The No. 1 player on a
Warriors squad that reached its second
straight regional tournament.
-Eric Fitz-Randolph, So.,
Carrollwood Day. Became the first Patriot
to make the state tournament as an individ-
ual.
-Courage Okungbowa, So.,
Wiregrass Ranch. Went undefeated in sin-
gles play in the regular season and regionals.
- Spencer Ong, Sr., Wiregrass
Ranch. The only senior on a Bulls team that
won a district and regional championship.
Added leadership and depth as the No. 2
player.
-Colin Roller, Jr., Land O' Lakes. Lost
only once in the regular season and region-
als while helping the Gators return to the
playoffs despite losing four starters from
2010.


PLAYER
OF THE -
YEAR:
Courage
Okungbowa,
Wiregrass
Ranch.
Okungbowa
moved to Wesley
Chapel from
Virginia and
quickly became
the Bulls No. 1
player. He did not lose any regular season
or regional singles matches, which helped
Wiregrass Ranch win a district and the
first regional championship in program
history. One of his strengths was his calm
poise. He never seemed excited, even
after earning a trip to states.


COACH OF THE YEAR:
Jasalyn Gerazounis, Land O' Lakes. Gerazounis had no easy
task in her first season as the Gators coach. Land O' Lakes lost four of
its top five players from the 2010 team that won a district champi-
onship. Despite that challenge, she led the program back to regionals
as the Class 2A-District 6 runner-up with a 9-2 regular season record.


GIRLS TENNIS
-Sarah Vande Berg, Jr., Zephyrhills.
The Bulldogs No. 1 player went 11-1 individu-
ally and qualified for the state tournament in
singles and as a doubles team for the second
straight year.
-Jacque Fitz-Randolph, 8th,
Carrollwood Day. Paired with her sister
Lauren, a sixth grader, to finish the Class 1A
state doubles runner-up.
-Wenyi Gu, Sr., Land O' Lakes. The
No. 1 player on a Gators team that reached re-
gionals as a district runner-up while holding
down an IB course load.
-Grace Korta, Fr., Steinbrenner.
Helped the Warriors win their second straight
district title and reached the third round of
the Class 1A singles tournament.
-Hannah Still, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch.
Stepped up as the leader the Bulls after losing
their top two players from last year. Lost only
twice in the regular season.


PLAYER
OF THE
YEAR:
Grace Korta,
Steinbrenner.
Korta managed
to become the
Warriors No. 1 as
a freshman and
helped lead the
squad to its sec-
ond straight
district title.
'[cinlbrIciicr got
to the regional fi-
nals before


bowing out, but Korta advanced individu-
ally and as a doubles team with Kaleigh
Wagner to states. Reached the Class 2A
singles state semifinals.


COACH OF THE YEAR:
Don Charlick, Pasco. Guided the Pirates to their first dis-
trict championship since 1994 in runaway fashion at the Class
2A-Districgt 6 tournament. Pasco did not get past its first round
regionals match, but he is likely to return all his top five players
next year, making the Pirates even more dangerous. He
preached integrity above all other things.


-Cary Anne Bame, Jr., Steinbrenner. The defen-
sive back recorded 27 flag pulls, 13 interceptions and
six passes defensed in her first season playing the sport.
-Alexandra Fernandez, So., Steinbrenner.
The quarterback completed 112 of 184 passes
for 1,157 yards and 15 touchdowns while adding an-
other 320 rushing yards.
-Ayanna Fullwood, Sr., Gaither. Did almost
everything for the Cowboys. She recorded five inter-
ceptions and 16 flag pulls as a linebacker, plus 27
catches and 388 yards rushing. Her nine touchdowns
were the only scores for the team in 2010.
-Briahanna Jackson, Sr., Freedom. The quar-
terback led the Patriots to the District 12 finals with
an 10-1 final record in her first year on the team.


COACH OF
THE YEAR:
Bill Agatheas,
Gaither. The Cowboys
went 4-6 this year,
amazing considering
how many players
Agatheas had to re-
place from the year before. He had to find a
quarterback twice, as the girl he thought
was going to take over under center hurt
her knee just before the season. Gaither
reached the District 12 tournament for the
sixth straight season despite the turnover.


PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Briahanna Jackson, Freedom. Jackson showed how gifted of a natu-
ral athlete she is by stepping in as the Patriots quarterback a few days after
transferring fromWiregrass Ranch. She set single season school records
with 1,023 rushing and 18 rushing scores while adding 1,289 passing
yards and another 18 touchdowns.As a defensive back she was the first
Patriot to have 23 interceptions in a season, and also added 26 flag pulls.


TRACK
ATHLETE OF
THE YEAR:
Janarion Grant,
Pasco. Grant said he
surprised himself
with his jump in the
Class 2A state meet.
He had a personal
best long jump of 24 feet, 3.5 inches to
win the championship, the first track
title for the Pirates since his uncle
Darren Grant took the 3A high jump
gold in 1993.


COACH OF
THE YEAR:
Phil Kerr,
Wiregrass Ranch.
Kerr guided the Bulls
to the first district
championship in pro-
gram history in his
first year at the helm.
The Bulls scored big in the sprint, dis-
tance and field events, showing an
overall depth to the program.


TRACK & FIELD


BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
-Paul Barrett, Jr., Gaither. Won
the Class 4A-District 6 110-meter hur-
dles, 300-meter hurdles and high jump
championships.
-Robert Davis, So., Carrollwood
Day. Won the Class 1A-District 9 200-
meter dash and was the 100 runner-up.
Reached states in the 100.
-Janarion Grant, So., Pasco. Won
the Class 2A state long jump champi-
onship with a jump of 24 feet, 3.5
inches.
-Hunter Joyer, Sr., Wesley
Chapel. Won the Class 2A state shot put
championship and was the Class 2A-
District 9 discus runner-up.
-Alex Kazanski, Sr., Wiregrass
Ranch. Won the district and regional
pole vault championship and finished as
the Class 3A state runner-up.
-Travis Manecke, So., Wiregrass
Ranch. Claimed the Class 3A-District 7
shot put and discus championships
while reaching states in the discus.


GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
-Ravin Gilbert, So., Wesley
Chapel. Gilbert took seventh in both
the 100-meter and 200-meter events at
the Class 2A state meet.
-Hallie Grimes, Fr., Land O' Lakes.
Won the Class 3A-District 7 400-meter
championship and placed fifth in states.
-Nikita Shah, So., Wiregrass
Ranch. Won the Class 3A-District 7
3,200-meter championship, and also fin-
ished as the regional runner-up and
ninth in the state.
-Nicole Woodard, Sr., Land O'
Lakes. Won a conference and district
championship in the long and high jump
and reached states in four events.
-Alexis Wright, Jr., Steinbrenner.
Won the Class 2A state 100-meter hur-
dles race in 15.05 seconds,the first track
and field title for the Warriors.
-Kara Young, Fr., Zephyrhills.
Claimed the Class 3A-District 7 100-
meter dash in 12.75 seconds and
eventually reached states in the event.


TRACK ATHLETE
OF THE YEAR:
Nicole Woodard, Land
O' Lakes. She stood out
among all other girls track
and field athletes because
of her versatility. Not only
did she win the Sunshine
Athletic Conference and Class 3A-District 7 long
and high jump championships, but was also on
the Gators 4x400-meter and 4x100-meter relay
teams that captured first and third in districts re-
spectively.Woodard qualified for states in all
four events, more than any other area athlete.


COACH OF
THE YEAR:
Don Howard,
Wiregrass Ranch. Howard
helped the Bulls girls win
their third straight district
championship and helped
one athlete (Nikita Shah)
and three relay teams reach the Class 3A state
meet. It is the second similar honor of Howard,
as he was also name theAll-Laker/All-Lutz News
girls cross country Coach of the Year in the fall.


WEIGHTLIFTING


-Dean Bui, Jr., Sunlake. Finished as
the 129-pound Class 1A state runner-up LIFT
by lifting posting 220 pounds in the THE
bench and 215 in the clean and jerk. Hu
-Kyle Fraser, Jr., Sunlake. Had a Wesle
285-pound bench and 240 in the clean to Was th
come in sixth in the 154-pound weight athlete
class in the Class 1A state meet. home
-Hunter Joyer, Sr., Wesley Chapel. lifting
Won the Class 1A state 238-pound cham- pound
pionship by putting up 725 total pounds. pound
-Nate McCoole, Jr., Sunlake. The total p
heavyweight put up 410 in the bench and next cl
a 290 clean to finish in fourth in the Class the Cla
1A state.



COACH OF THE YEAR:
Matt Smith, Sunlake. Four Seahawks won dis-
trict championships, more than any other area
program.Additionally, five Sunlake boys lifters quali-
fied for the Class 1A state meet, also besting any
other area team.


ER OF
YEAR:
nterJoyer,
y Chapel
e only area
Sto bring
a state weight
championship.Joyer put up 450
s in the bench press and 275
s it the clean and jerk. His 725
pounds lifted was 75 clear of the
osest 238-pound competitor in
iss 1A state meet.


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Holland's second career homer, pitches no-no
Russell Holland, a 10-year-old pitcher for the Land O' Lakes Little League AA
Diamondbacks, recently hit a two-run home run over the left center field fence, the
second since he started playing the sport. The ball landed about 220 feet from
home plate and was the first hit by any player in the division this year. A few days
later he pitched a no hitter in a win against Zephyrhills May 22. He struck out 15
batters in tossing the gem. (Photos courtesy of Lisa Holland)













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a.m.-12 p.m. at the school's gym, 5575 W Lutz
Lake Fern Road.The event is for kids ages 6-17
interested in learning the basics or furthering
their knowledge of wrestling.The cost is $50.
Noble coached the 201 I Warriors squad


PascoYouth Sports flag football
PascoYouth Sports will, for the first time,
offer an NFL flag football league for boys and
girls ages 5-17.The league will have two sites,
one at the Land O' Lakes Recreation
Complex at 3032 Collier Parkway in Land O'
Lakes, and the other at theVeterans Memorial
Park, 14333 Hicks Road in Hudson.
The league will have open registration at
both sites on Sunday,June 5 from 10 a.m.-12
p.m. Play is every Sunday morning starting on
June 12.The cost is $119 per player, with dis-
counts available at pascoyouthsports.com,
where players can also sign up online.
For more information, call central Pasco
league director Bobby Fox at (813) 508-1807
or email info@pascoyouthsports.com.


to the Class IA-District 9 championship and
helped four athletes qualify for the state meet.
He was also selected as the All-Western
Conference Coach of theYear.Joyce is a for-
mer Division I college wrestling and was an
All-American multiple times.
For more information or to sign up, call
Noble at (813) 478-1148 or email
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Adult basketball tournament
The Pasco County Parks and Recreation
Department and the Land O' Lakes
Recreation Complex will have an adult 3-on-3
basketball tournament on Saturday, June I I
starting at I I a.m.The event is double elimina-
tion for those ages 21 or older at the
complex, 3032 Collier Parkway in Land O'
Lakes.Teams can have no more than five play-
ers. Games are half-court format, first to 16
points or 25-minute time limit.The registra-
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QUIET, from page 1
Social work students
Heather Castle and Adrianne
Vyasulu drew a design for the
garden. Both women recently
graduated from the university
with their bachelor's in social
work.
The university's operations
department cleared the scrub-
by plot and laid down a
limestone bed, Castle said.
Next, a truck dumped a pile
of gravel, which was then
shoveled by social work stu-
dents into the garden space, A model of
where they smoothed it out. of Saint Lec
The students also placed
stones in a circular pattern.
University crews used bobcats to
place the huge boulders into their
pre-ordained spots.
The circle is symbolic of the
never-ending cycle of life, Ospina-
Kammerer said.
"In the Native American culture,
the medicine wheel has a sacred
meaning.The Native Americans use
spirituality in their healing."
They also use the medicine
A dral
wheel in their traditions and cere-
court
monies, she said.
The garden is for the use and en-
joyment not only by students, but by the
public as well, Castle and Ospina-Kammerer
said.
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the garden before it was built. (Photo courtesy
SUniversity)


wing of the garden before it was built. (Image
esy of Saint Leo University)


and the community," Ospina-Kammerer said.
"We'd like people to come out here to
visit it," Castle said.


SR 52, from page 1 Chapel, a stretch of 3.2 miles, cost $28 mil-
resurfacing the roadway near the intersec- lion. That amount pales in comparison to
tion at a total cost of $2.9 million, paid by the nearly $75 million needed for the row
Penny for Pasco money. acquisition for that job, making it the most
Any job to significantly widen SR 52 expensive project in Pasco history.
would likely take much more money than The distance between US 41 and Old
the current jobs to improve the highway. Pasco is about 13 miles along SR 52.
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PHCC, from page 1
to 154 feet in height.The current restriction
limits the height of the buildings to 60 feet.
"The variance request is consistent with
the developer's Master Planned Unit
Development (MPUD) submission that is
pending approval and the previously ap-
proved variance for the new hospital
currently under construction near our cam-
pus site," the email adds.
The tract of land is at 2727 Mansfield
Blvd., just off SR 56, next to Wiregrass Ranch
High.
The hearing on the variance request is
scheduled for 1:30 p.m. on June 23 before
the Development Review Committee at the
West Pasco Government Center, 7530 Little
Road, New Port Richey.
After Scott vetoed the final installment of
funding, J.D. Porter, whose family owns
Wiregrass Ranch and supplied the 60-acre
tract for the campus, told The Laker that he
understood the governor had many difficult
choices to make. Porter said he is confident
that the funding for the college will be there


by the time it becomes necessary.
Also, following the veto, Rep. Will
Weatherford, R-Wesley Chapel, pledged that
he will make getting those funds one of his
priorities.
Scott's veto drew the ire of Pasco County
Commissioner Pat Mulieri.
In a May 16 email to the governor,
Mulieri characterized Scott's action as
"short-sighted." She informed Scott"the hos-
pital, the college and The Shops of Wiregrass
would create a synergy in that area."
A new hospital also is under construc-
tion on Bruce B. Downs, just north of SR 56.
The new PHCC campus will have a
nursing program, and nursing students
could do their internships at the hospital,
Mulieri informed Scott. She also noted that
students at Wiregrass Ranch High and
workers in the community also would
benefit from having higher education of-
ferings nearby.
All of these factors are important, Mulieri
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A job fair will be from 4-7 p.m. on
Wednesday, June 8 at The Shops at
Wiregrass.
The fair will be in Space 150, which is
across from Dillard's and next to Soma
Intimates. Stores participating in the job fair
are Buckle, Charming Charlie, Coldwater
Creek, Dillard's, Fast Fix Jewelry, Hollister,
Macy's, Motherhood Maternity, Sunglass Hut,
Talbots, HQ SalonAveda and Guest Services.
The Shops atWiregrass is at 28211 Paseo
Drive inWesley Chapel.

CHASE BANK ADDING LUTZ LOCATION
Chase Bank is building a branch bank on a
site on the west side of FloridaAvenue, direct-
ly across from the Publix near the US 41 apex.
Site work has begun and bank officials
expect the new branch to open before the
end of the year. It is one of 37 new branches
the bank plans to add in Florida this year.
The new locations will add more than
400 branch jobs across the state. Each
branch employs about 12 people, said
Nancy Norris, a Chase Bank spokeswoman.
The bank is now hiring branch man-
agers, assistant managers, personal bankers
and tellers, Norris said. For more informa-
tion, go to www.chase.com/careers.

RIBBON CUTTING AT BAY AREA
URGENT CARE
BayArea Urgent Care, a service of Florida
Hospital Zephyrhills,is having a ribbon cut-
ting ceremony at 5 p.m. on June 15 at 5504
Gateway Blvd. inWesley Chapel.The festivi-
ties are scheduled from 5-7 p.m.

PEDC ANNUAL INDUSTRY
APPRECIATION BANQUET
Plans are in the works for the Pasco
Economic Development Council's 25th annual
Industry Appreciation Banquet.About 500 of
the county's business and community leaders
are expected to attend the event that routinely
attracts the county's movers and shakers.
This year's banquet will be at
Saddlebrook Resort 5:30-9 p.m. on Sept. 7. It


will include an awards ceremony, an indus-
try showcase and a brief update on the
county's economic development progress.
Sponsorships are being sought for the
event.They range from $500 to $7,500 with
four benefit levels. For additional information,
contact Suzanne by phone (813) 926-0827 ext.
226 or by email at Suzanne@pascoedc.com.

JOHN HAGEN IS CHAIR OF
TECHNICAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE
John Hagen, the president and CEO of
the Pasco Economic Development Council
(PEDC), has been named chairman of the
Career and Technical Education Steering
Committee.
That committee is a group of stakehold-
ers that advocates for Pasco County Schools'
CareerAcademies program.The career acad-
emies give students opportunities to learn
essential workforce skills while they're in
high school.

WEBSITE HELPS SOLVE
BUSINESS PROBLEMS
Have a business problem you don't know
how to solve? Chances are you can find
some help from one of the organizations in
the Pasco Enterprise Network.This website
pulls together a wide array of resources that
can provide free or low cost help.To find out
more, visit www.pascoenterprise.net.

HOMEGOODS HELPS FIGHT CANCER
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Lutz can help fight cancer while shopping
at the off-price home fashions store at
17641 N. Dale Mabry Highway
Contributions made by shoppers be-
tween June 2-26 will be donated to the 11lth
annual HomeGoods "Helps Families Fight
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of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston,
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TheLAKER JUNE 8,2011 FREE Zephyrhills/Dade City EditionBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comIt's not exactly secluded,but the makers of this garden hope that visitors will find it to be a respite from the rush of daily life Ð a place to contemplate and relax. The "Peaceful Reflections Garden Ð Native American Medicine Wheel"covers a square swath of ground in a courtyard a bit west of the new school of business building now under construction at Saint Leo University. The garden features a series of stones laid out in a circular pattern. Strategically placed boulders provide seating in the garden,and wildflowers and stone benches help to convey a welcoming tone.The garden was created by students and Veronika Ospina-Kammerer, an assistant professor of social work,as an outgrowth of a diversity class at the university.It pays tribute to the Native American culture and it seeks to be a place that inspires love,respect and gratitude for nature,Ospina-Kammerer said. "Diversity is all about different cultures," Ospina-Kammerer said.Learning about different cultures is important for social workers whom encounter people from diverse backgrounds in their line of work.In researching various cultures,OspinaKammerer learned that the most impoverished group of people in the United States are Native Americans.She also learned that the life expectancy for female Native Americans is 52.It is just 48 for males."That was shocking to me,"OspinaKammerer said."That is unacceptable." In an attempt to help raise awareness about the Native American culture,OspinaKammerer wrote a grant proposal for a garden with a Native American theme. She envisioned working with students to create the garden and using the garden as an outdoor classroom to help enhance lessons about the culture of Native Americans. University officials saw the merit of the project and approved the funding for the $6,000 project.A quiet place in a busy world The "Peaceful Reflections Garden Ð Native American Medicine Wheel" which was built by social work students and an assistant professor at Saint Leo University. (Photo by B.C. Manion)See QUIET,page15 Heather Castle, left, a recent graduate of Saint Leo University, was one of the social work students who helped assistant professor Veronika Ospina-Kammerer create a garden honoring the Native American culture at the college. (Photo by B.C. Manion) Helen's hula-hoop dancersDancers from Helen's Baton & Dance Studio perform a hula-hoop routine on Saturday, June 4 during a recital themed "Destinations." Dancers back row: Makayla Shipley, Kailin Hoy, Alysa Hicks and Alyssa Hayford. Front row: Emma Bullington, Sierra Hoy. (Photo courtesy of studio) More photos,page 3.By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comPasco-Hernando Community College officials hope to open the college's planned Porter Campus at Wiregrass in January 2014 instead of August 2013. Officials had said they expected a potential delay following Gov.Rick Scott's May 26 decision to veto the fifth and final installment of $6.9 million for the $52 million project. The state has already provided $45 million for the Wesley Chapel campus and that money is expected to bring the project to near completion,Lucy Miller,director of marketing and public relations,wrote in an email to The Laker. The college will again seek the balance of the approved funding in the normal budget process for construction funds in the next budget year,the email adds. The final installment will allow the completion of the project,preparation of the grounds,landscaping and the purchase of furniture,classroom technology,equipment and other start-up supplies and materials, Miller's email says. The college hopes to begin site preparation this summer,which includes grading the site to prepare for construction,installing underground utilities and constructing the foundation,the email adds. "Gopher tortoise relocation procedures have already begun consistent with the permit issued by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission,'the email says. Meanwhile,the college has filed a request for a variance to allow it to build a taller building than is allowed under the site's zoning designation. "The variance,if approved,will allow us to move forward with plans to build up, rather than out,reducing the footprint of the project to best use the land designated for the campus,"the email says.The variance seeks permission to build upSee PHCC,page15 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comPasco County residents should have a wider SR 54 by the end of the year,but a look into the future reveals widening for its northern counterpart as well. While no date has been set for the future widening of SR 52,Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) spokeswoman Kris Carson said the east to west road in northern Pasco will be expanded. "No construction has been funded,but part of the groundwork has,"Carson said."It will eventually let the road be widened from two to four lanes." The design of the widening has been funded between US 41 and Bellamy Brothers Boulevard.Additionally,some row acquisition has been paid for to buy private property along the state road between Bellamy and Old Pasco Road.Current FDOT statistics show about 19,300 vehicles make the trip between I-75 and US 41 each day. Carson said that while there has been no funding secured to widen SR 52 east of Old Pasco Road to San Antonio,Saint Leo and Dade City,it was not out of the question. She said the goal for a future widening fits with the overall goal with all state roads, which is to upgrade them as increased population puts more demands on the streets. "The department is currently finishing improvements to SR 52 between US 41 and the Suncoast Parkway,"Carson said."That is mainly adding new turn lanes and resurfacing the road." That FDOT project comes with a $1.6 million price tag.Pasco is also paying for another job on SR 52 that began within the last month,according to Pasco Engineering Services Deborah Bolduc.She said that construction is adding turn lanes where SR 52 crosses Prospect Road/Happy Hills Road, also called State Highway 579A.It is alsoWho made the team?All-Laker spring sports teamsPAGES 12-13Courtney Brandt Veto will delay PHCC campus by a semesterPasco's future sees wider SR 52See SR 52,page15

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Robb is a part of Small Dog Rescue,a rescue group that specializes in saving abandoned animals. Robb has been involved with animal rescue for 15 years but has been taking in disadvantaged animals since she can remember. "It's born in you,"she said."Some people love children.I've always loved animals." Jane and her husband,Hugh,have dedicated their lives to finding neglected dogs loving homes.They spend many weekends holding open adoptions at PetSmart stores in the area.Unlike many shelters,Small Dog Rescue doesn't euthanize. "What doesn't get adopted,we keep,"she explains. While the Robbs have impacted countless animals,their influence extends beyond dogs.Monica Pollan was new to the Bay area when she read an article in the newspaper about high euthanasia rates in animal shelters and was moved to action. "I was overwhelmed with sadness and anger,"Pollan said."I met Jane and Hugh and saw what fabulous,wonderful,kind,selfless people they are.I have three dogs and they're all rescue dogs.It's shameful what goes on (in some shelters).These are the lucky ones.Jane and Hugh rescue these animals out of the jaws of death." Some of the stories that Jane shares are heartwarming."When we bathed one dog, the water ran blood from her fleas.She was 6 years old and blind.We were at a PetSmart store in Wesley Chapel and a man that had just lost his dog saw her and fell in love." Other stories are heartbreaking.Jane points to a little black and white dog that is sitting quietly in her cage."Susie is a 3-yearold Shiatsu who can't bark because the breeder cut her vocal cords.The breeder had 19 dogs and didn't want to hear any of them bark so all of their vocal cords were cut.We've had dogs found at elementary schools,outside of a pharmacy on the street." Pollan is enraged over the cruelty that some of the dogs have endured."There are a lot of petitions that push legislation to stop puppy mills because the animals have no voice.We need tighter restrictions and we need to stop cutting funding." Along with Small Dog Rescue,several other animal rescue groups spend their weekends at PetSmart stores in the area.St. Francis Society Animal Rescue is one of them. Jim Martinelli is the adoption center coordinator with St.Francis,an organization that helps abandoned and abused dogs and cats."It's time consuming but very rewarding,"he said."It's a labor of love.It feels good to get them in homes and raise awareness." "We can track adoptions with the economy.When the economy is doing well, adoptions go up.When the economy goes down,so does the adoption rate,"he said. Jane agrees."We usually keep the dogs a few weeks,but in the recession,it's been a lot longer.We've only had three adoptions this year."Community Concern for Animals (CCFA) is another organization that focuses on saving animals and holds adoptions at area pet stores."We do all breed rescues from newborn puppies to senior dogs,"said volunteer Tara Pisano.There's definitely need for a lot of rescue.We're actually getting ready to help the displaced animals in Alabama (from the April tornado),"she said. For these volunteers,raising awareness and creating happy endings for animals that have had hard lives is enough. Pollan succinctly summed up the mission of those involved with animal rescue groups."If one person gets together with another person and is aware,it can make a difference." Monica Pollan, from left, Hugh Robb and Jane Robb all volunteer for Small Dog Rescue, a rescue group that specializes in saving abandoned animals.Rescue groups seek loving homes for abandoned pets How to helpFor more information about Small Dog Rescue,call (813) 237-1401. For more information about St.Francis, call (813) 830-7251. For more information about Community Concern for Animals, contact traceco@tampabay.rr.com Mobile Detailing Basic Wash • Wash & Wax • Full Detail • Home Pressure Washing Also Available Keep your car looking great.Call Curtis for Appointment 813.447.4112$35.00 WASH & WAX$55 Value$65.00 HEADLIGHT RESTORATIONup to $100 Value Some of the dogs that have benefitted from the support of local rescue groups.

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER June 8,2011 3 Kailin Hoy, 10, dances a solo to "Russia." Amber Sprigg, 3, dances to "AWhole New World." Erin English and Lauren Rathbone duet to "Airplanes." Nickole Hicks, 9, performs a solo to "LA." Teresa Luna, 18, dances a solo to "Sunset Strip California."Dancers take center stage at recitalHelen's Baton & Dance Studio presented a recital, themed "Destinations," on Saturday, June 4. The studio is at 6118 Fort King Road, Zephyrhills, (813) 997-1946. (Photos courtesy of studio) Emma Bullington, 10, and Sierra Hoy, 8, hulahoop dance to "Send Me on My Way." Leigha Sims bows after dancing to "Somewhere Over the Rainbow."

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By Brittany Valencic Special to The Laker Living in Florida,we have the ability to enjoy the sun's warming rays almost year round.Whether you are soaking up some sun at the beach or in your backyard,it is easy to acquire some unwanted sun.But no matter how much sunscreen you lather on,sunburn can be hard to avoid,especially in the summertime. So when that red itchy sting appears on your skin,what's the best remedy to take the burn away? Tipnut.com offers the followin g suggestions to help soothe the pain that comes with excessive basking. BEAT THE BURN Aloe: Purchase aloe vera gel and apply to the burned areas. Aspirin: Aspirin kills the pain and reduces inflammation and redness of a sunburn. Baking soda: Dissolve some baking soda in water and make a compress using a clean cloth. Let the affected area air dry. Baking soda is cooling and will help the skin retain moisture. Cucumber: Rub sunburned area with fresh cucumber slices. They are very cool and will soothe the area. Honey: Smooth honey over the burn or slather honey on a strip of gauze and apply to skin. Ice: Apply ice or cold water to the burned area. This will stop the burning process and cool the skin. Lemon water: Mix the juice of three lemons into two cups of cold water and sponge on the sunburn. The lemon will cool the burn, act as a disinfectant and promote healing of the skin. Milk: Soak small towels in milk and apply to burn area. The fat content of the milk is soothing for burns. Mustard: Smear mustard on burned skin. Potato: Grate a potato and apply it to the burned area. The starch will cool and soothe the burn. Shower: Take a warm shower to draw out the heat of your sunburn. The warm water will increase circulation to the area while hydrating it, thereby speeding the healing process. Tea: Make some tea, cool and apply to the burn. While any tea may be beneficial, mint tea, such as peppermint or spearmint are especially good. The teas help the healing process. Tomatoes : Slice or mash tomatoes and apply to burn. Vinegar: Soak small towels in vinegar and apply to the skin. Vinegar draws the heat from your burn. Yogurt: Apply plain yogurt to the burned skin. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER June 8,2011 4 Photo by Katie Lutton

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ScotchBoard certified in Otolarngology and Facial Plastic SurgeryThe Allergy Solution That’s Easy to Swallow Safe, Painless, and Effective Under the Tongue Drops Convenient at home treatment Get Relief from Environmental Allergies: dust, pollen, weeds, trees, grasses, molds, pet or animal dander By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comWork is expected to begin this summer to give the congregation of St.Peter the Apostle a more permanent place to worship."Our community started about 3 1/2 years ago,"said the Rev.Dennis Hughes."Initially,we met at the funeral home chapel at Trinity Memorial Gardens."About two years ago,the church moved to its current location in the Trinity Village shopping center Ñ between a Cold Stone Creamery ice cream shop and a Five Guys restaurant. The parish for St.Peter the Apostle Catholic Church,which is part of the Diocese of St.Petersburg,was carved out of the parish boundaries of St.Thomas Aquinas in New Port Richey and Our Lady of the Rosary in Land O'Lakes. The parish was initiated in response to the area's growth. "If you can remember back 4,4 1/2 years ago before the collapse of the housing industry,this area was expanding rapidly.The diocese was looking at opening several parishes.This was going to be the first.I was named pastor here. "We started celebrating mass 3 1/2 years ago,and almost immediately,the economy went into freefall." The membership of St.Peter the Apostle now includes about 440 households and is expected to continue to grow,Hughes said. If all goes as planned,construction on the new $1.9 million multi-purpose center will begin this summer,the pastor said.A church will likely follow some day,but that won't be until the multi-purpose center is paid off and much of the funding for a church building has been raised,he added. The new building will be constructed on a 40-acre tract that sits between Trinity Memorial Gardens and Odessa Elementary, Hughes said.Trinity Memorial Gardens is right off SR 54 at Community Drive. Plans call for a simple,concrete block building.It will have a small chapel and some office space,but the bulk of the new center will be a big empty hall. "The main hall will be about the dimensions of a basketball court,"Hughes said.It will have portable partitions that can be use to configure space for various uses. Hughes does not envision using the center for wedding receptions,but he said it could be a venue for dinners Ñ provided the event could be set up and broken down without interfering with worship services. The church hopes to have its construction plans ready to seek permits from the county by the end of July. "We're not going to touch any of the wetlands,so fortunately,we don't have to worry about mitigation.But we do have to fit within the drainage plan Ñ the overall drainage plan of the Trinity area,"Hughes said. "I'm hopeful that the county will expedite the construction process as this certainly brings some much-needed construction and jobs to the county,"the pastor said. The project is coming at a favorable time, in terms of costs,he added. "Construction costs right now are as low as they have been in about 10 years. Concrete and steel had elevated every construction project.The worldwide slowdown in construction has brought the prices back up to more affordable levels." Barring unforeseen delays,Hughes expects the parish to begin using the new facility by the end of next year. "By Christmas of next year Ñ that should be a slam dunk.Hopefully,it will be several months earlier." With its new quarters,Hughes expects the congregation to grow. "When we were in the funeral home, there were some who were reluctant to come to a funeral home chapel for mass. There are people,I suspect,who are reluctant to come to mass as a storefront." Regardless of where the congregation meets,though,Hughes noted:"It's the same mass." "What I told this community from the beginning is that we're the church. "That's why we chose the theme for our campaign,which is "Built of Living Stones." "We're the stones." For more information about the church, visit www.sptatrinity.org or call (727) 2648968.Church expects to break ground for more permanent home this summer The Rev. Dennis Hughes is the pastor of St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church will move to this planned facility from its current location in a shopping center.

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Blow-dry style, curling iron, flat iron, set, design lines or specialty cuts extra. Only at participating salons.Exp: 6-30-11Exp: 6-30-11Exp: 6-30-11 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER June 8,2011 6 Lower Your Medicare Costs Paying for Medicare can becostly for anyone, but it doesnt have to be. TrainedSHINE counselors at the local Area Agency on Agingare available to help you seeif you may qualify to savemoney on your: Plan premium premium services and visits Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders Florida Department of Elder AffairsFLORIDA SHIP For help applying, call 1-800-963-5337 www.floridashine.org By B.J.JarvisPasco Extension Horticulture Agent and DirectorGardeners looking for plants that survive year after year and produce spectacular flowers should consider perennials. Unlike annuals that die after just one season,there are many perennials that give perpetual pizzazz and also tend to be lowermaintenance garden members.June is the perfect time to plant new perennials that will flower summer through fall.Choose the flower color that will complement your garden best.Consider combining flower and foliage colors or textures.For example,purple salvias mixed with silvery foliage of Artemesia (wormwood) provide a wonderful combination.A planting bed filled with a ground cover of bright yellow perennial peanut will knock your gardening socks off.Of course, daylily is the backbone of a perennial garden,flowering in yellows,salmon and russet orange. Other drought-tolerant species include rudbeckia (black-eyed Susan),coreopsis (tickseed),gaillardia (blanket flower) and sedums.One of my favorites is bulbine,a South African native that really excels in Florida's droughty weather and poor soils. Fall's chrysanthemums provide consistent floral shows as well. Two plants that bloom most of the year are purple or white-flowering Angelonia and a euphorbia called diamond frost.As its name implies,it is loaded with white flowers from spring through fall. Relatively harsh summer weather conditions dictate the addition of organic matter such as well-rotted manures or other humus.As a result,soil moisture retention will increase and will also encourage beneficial microbes that are often lacking in our near-sterile sandy soils.In summer's heat,watering is necessary to get plants well established.Once well rooted in the landscape,one deep watering per week is far more beneficial than frequent or shallow irrigations.If Mother Nature provides rain,skip watering entirely.Finally,mulch perennials and other landscape plants with a 2 to 3-inch layer of chipped or shredded plant material.Mulch maintains soil moisture,moderates soil temperatures,slows weed growth and generally gives landscapes a great finished look.Keep mulch off of plant crowns and tree trunks to avoid rot.No rubber or rock "mulches" please! They provide none of the benefits mentioned. These practices will keep perennials blooming year after year while they beat the heat.For more information about perennials,check out this detailed perennial publication from the University of Florida/IFAS at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pdffiles/MG/MG03500.pdf. B.J.Jarvis is Pasco Extension Director and Horticulture Agent.She can be reached at bjjarvis@ufl.eduJune is perennial plant month NATURE NOTESBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comWhen Cameron Burris went searching for potential college funding,she had no idea that her Google search would lead to a $20,000 scholarship. The 17-year-old,who founded "Today's Teens with a Cause,"said she was stunned when she heard she had been selected as a KFC Colonel's Scholar,which carries a $5,000 annual scholarship for four years. The Kentucky Fried Chicken Foundation awards 75 of these scholarships annually. The scholarship recognizes the young woman from Land O'Lakes for her community involvement and commitment to education. Burris,who plans to attend the honors program at Florida State University,said the scholarship helps her to fulfill her dream to study abroad for a semester.Now,she just has to decide Ð which will it be,Italy or Spain? The recent graduate of Land O'Lakes High has been involved with community service efforts for years,first becoming acquainted with a variety of community service organizations when she was participating in National American Miss and American Coed beauty pageants. Her exposure to the community service organizations enabled her to help her peers when they were seeking ways to fulfill community service requirements,Burris said. Burris said her community service helped teenagers who wanted to fulfill community service requirements to find organizations needing their help. Those student volunteers have created cards for terminally ill children,made cookies and cards for veterans and have performed an assortment of other good works. Burris said teenagers often are overlooked when groups are seeking volunteers. Instead,she said,"a lot of times you see really,really young children who think it's fun,or you see a lot of older people." The KFC Colonel's Scholar Program, sponsored by the Kentucky Fried Chicken Foundation,is an independent charity supported by KFC.The scholarships are awarded based on students'financial need and the impact they have in their school and community.The program has awarded more than $8 million since its inception in 2006. The KFC scholarship puts a premium on volunteerism. It requires recipients to complete 300 community volunteer hours within the school year.It also requires recipients to maintain a 2.75 grade point average. Burris said she expects to be a lifelong volunteer. It's something she's passionate about because there are so many others in need, Burris said. Chris Mook presented the scholarship on behalf of KFC at a Celebration of Excellence ceremony on May 19. "When you look at how many students in today's economy are scrambling for scholarships,I was thrilled when I heard one of the (scholarship) winners was from our local area,"said Mook,president of Phil Mook Enterprises,which owns 10 franchises including one in the Village Lakes Shopping Center at 21617 Village Lake Shopping Court. Although not involved in selecting Burris for the honor,Mook said once he met her, he understood why she was chosen.He senses the young woman will go on to accomplish great things. In addition to the scholarship from the foundation,Burris also received a gift from Mook's company. "We bought her a laptop,"Mook said,noting he comes from a family that prizes the value of education,and they wanted to help provide Burris with tools she needs to succeed in college.Chris Mook, whose family owns the KFC franchise in Land O'Lakes, presents a scholarship check to Cameron Burris, one of 75 national winners in a KFC scholarship program. 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Cash for CoinsHAVE ACOIN COLLECTION YOU WANTTO SELL?Fair prices paid for pre 1964 Gold & Silver U.S. CoinsCHARLIE'S COINS & COLLECTIBLESCall Charlie Proctor813-780-18585529 8th Street, Zephyrhills20 years in the same locationSTOP IN & VISIT OUR NEW STORE! Gold & Silver at an All Time High! SUBSCRIPTIONS: Paid subscriptions available for those outside delivery area. Call 813-909-2800.CIRCULATION: If you did not receive your paper, or to stop your paper, call 727-530-5521.NEWS DEADLINE: Thursday, 5 p.m. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE: Friday at noon. DISPLAY AD DEADLINE: Thursday, 5 p.m.EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS: Suggestions for news content and coverage are welcome and e-mails are invited. Publisher reserves the right to edit and/or reject any editorial and advertising content.LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: We welcome community topics in the 250-word range. Please include daytime phone number.Opinions expressed by the writers are their own and do not reflect the opinion of the publisher.ERRORS: Publisher is not responsible for errors in advertising beyond the cost of space for the first insertion, or for the validity of claims made by advertisers.MEMBER: Central Pasco Chamber, Wesley ChapelChamber, Zephyrhills Chamber, Dade City Chamber, Florida Press Association, Free Community Newspapers of Florida, Southeast Advertising Publishers Association, Association of Free Community Papers.Contents copyright © 2011 Community News Publications. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden without prior written perm ission from the publisher. LAND O'LAKES,LUTZ,ODESSA,DADE CITY,ZEPHYRHILLS,WESLEY CHAPELServing Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 LOCATION 1930 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Suite 14 / Lutz,FL 33549 MAIL P . 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MANION,Community Editor bcmanion@cnewspubs.com KYLE LOJACONO,Sports Editor klojacono@cne wspubs.com MARY RATHMAN, EditorialAssistant mrathman@cnewspubs.com DESIGN MATT MISTRETTA, Art Director STEFANIE BURLINGAME, Graphic Design ADVERTISING SHELLEY KETCHUM,s ketchum@cne wspubs.comBuilders & Developers Land O' Lakes, West PascoTERRI WILLIAMSON, twilliamson@cne wspubs.comLutz, Wesley ChapelSTEPHANIE STEPHENSON, sstephenson@cne wspubs.comWesley Chapel, ZephyrhillsACCOUNTING MANAGER MARY EBERHARD, meberhard@cnewspubs.com CUSTOMER SERVICE/ CLASSIFIEDS CAROLYN BENNETT,cbennett@cnewspubs.com GENA CRO WDER, gcrowder@cne wspubs.com ADMINISTRATIVE KATHY WELTON / STEVE MISTRETTAPresident & Publisher Diane Kortus dkortus@cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWS CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER June 8,2011 7 Please,Do Your Part!RECYCLE TODAY Use Blue Bags for your RecyclablesWEST....727-847-8041CENTRAL....813-235-6012 x8041EAST....352-521-4285 x8041 www.pascocountyutilities.com2Blue bags available at Pasco grocery stores and some super retailersRecycle: Aluminum Cans • Metal Food Cans • #1 & #2 Plastic Bottles & Jars • Clear, Green & Brown Glass Bottles & Jars MILITARY Army National Guard Pvt.Marcus A. Smith graduated from the Fire Support Specialist Advanced Individual Training course at Fort Sill,Lawton,Okla.The field artillery specialists serve in intelligence activities including target processing in field artillery,cannon battalions,division artillery, artillery and maneuver brigade and headquarters and fire support elements.The course is designed to train students to establish,maintain,and operate radio and wire communications and speech security equipment,including encoding and decoding messages.They also must prepare and maintain daily staff journals,fire support situation maps,charts and other fire support and target processing procedures,records,and documents.In addition,students assist in initiating requests for field artillery,mortar, naval gunfire,and aerial delivered munitions,and emplace,maintain,and assist in the operation of laser range finders,target designation,and night observation devices. Smith is a 2010 graduate of Wiregrass Ranch High and the son of Kareen and Leonard Smith of Wesley Chapel.Smith graduates specialist training FIRST PRESBYTERIAN First Presbyterian Church of Zephyrhills,5510 19th St.,hosts worship services at 10 a.m.each Sunday. Sunday school for adults is at 8:30 a.m. and children are dismissed for their classes during the 10 a.m.worship.Coffee fellowship follows worship.Choir practice 7 p.m.every Wednesday.Bible Study 7 p.m.each Wednesday. The FRESH Youth Group meets at 5 p.m.on Wednesdays. First Saturday at First Church meets at 6 p.m.the first Saturday of each month in the Fellowship Hall. "Walkers"meet in Zephyr Park at the bandstand at 7:30 a.m.Thursday and Saturday and 5:30 p.m.Friday. 4th annual block party,5-7 p.m.June 18. Vacation Bible School,6-8:30 p.m.June 20,21,22. For more information,visit www.firstpcz.org.FIRST CHRISTIAN First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ),6040 Eighth St.in Zephyrhills,will have a worship service at 9:30 a.m. Pastor Paul Holland will bring the Message "Joy in the Spirit"on June 12. Ice Cream Social and Sing-A-Long at 4 p.m.June 12.Donation:$3 for adults and $1.50 for children. "Children's Church is also at 9:30 a.m. Prayer Group meets each Monday at 10 a.m. Bible Study at 10 a.m.and 7 p.m.every Thursday. Visit us at www.zhillsfirstchristian.org.CALVARY BAPTISTCalvary Baptist Church,4724 Fox Ridge Blvd.in Wesley Chapel. Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. Church services at 10:30 a.m.For more information or a ride,contact Pastor John Reichard at (813) 300-7693.FIRST UNITED METHODISTFirst United Methodist Church of Zephyrhills,38635 Fifth Ave.hosts traditional services at 8 a.m.and 11 a.m.and a contemporary service at 9:30 a.m. For more information:on Facebook "First United Methodist Church of Zephyrhills,"online www.fumczhill.org.,or via phone (813) 782-5645.FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHFirst Baptist Church of Zephyrhills, 38231 Fifth Avenue Sunday services are Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.,worship service at 10:45 a.m.and evening service at 6 p.m. Mid-week service Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. "Sunrise Prayer Warriors"meet every weekday morning from 6-7 a.m. Vacation Bible School for ages 4 years through fifth grade June 6-10 from 6:308:45 p.m. For more information call (813) 7825574. FAITH & WORSHIP Scott completes spine trainingDr.Justin Scott,a Wesley Chapel chiropractor with LifeSource Health and Wellness in Wesley Chapel,recently completed the Active Release Techniques (ART) spine course.ART is a movement based massage technique to treat muscle, tendon,ligament,nerve and other soft tissue problems. For more information,call Scott at (813) 929-3700.Pregnancy center offers new servicesThe Lutz-Land O'Lakes Pregnancy Center is now a medical clinic offering free nursing assessment,pregnancy testing,prenatal vitamins and limited obstetrical ultrasounds.The center's new services represent an effort to reach women struggling with an unplanned pregnancy,to offer them confidential resources and assistance,including information on the options available to them.The center is open to all women who need to find out if they are pregnant or are pregnant and need to learn more about their options and resources.All services are free and confidential. The Lutz-Land O'Lakes Pregnancy Center is located in Tropical Village shopping plaza,1528 Land O'Lakes Blvd.,Suite 102,in Lutz.The clinic is open Mondays 10 a.m.to 6:30 p.m.;Tuesdays 10 a.m.to 4 p.m.;and Thursdays 10 a.m.to 4 p.m.For information or an appointment,call (813) 948-7734.Walk-ins are welcome. HEALTH & WELLNESS

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER June 8,2011 8 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.) (Children should bring their own lunch) Space is limited, call for details. Advance sign-up necessary! 2201 COLLIER PKWY, LAND O' LAKES (PUBLIX PLAZA)(813) 909-0781www.knowledgepoints.com/landolakes 50% OFFReading, Math or Study Skills Tests $75.00 (reg. $149)offer expires 6-15-11 Take Advantage of the Summer! Tutoring programs in: • Reading • Math • Writing • Study Skills • SAT/ACT Prep • Homework Edge *SUMMER ENRICHMENT CAMPS EDUCATION & ACTIVITIESSCHOOLS/CHILD CARE,ACTIVITIES,SPORTS,FITNESS,CAMPS & GAMES FOR EVERY GENERATION 813-989-9673proskeparties.com Cost umed Charact ers  Game Coordinat ors  Clowns  Magicians  Caricat ure Artist s  Balloon Animals  T reasure H unt s  Facepainting  St oryt elling  PuppetryBirthday &Holiday Parties School &Church Events Corporate Functions Grand Openings Sporting Events Trade Shows The LAKER/ Lutz NEWSWEACCEPTCommunity News Publications MojoBooth is the premier photo booth entertainment experience.Weve perfected photo booth technology and are dedicated to providing your event with an unsurpassed dimension of fun! The Premier Photo Booth Entertainment Experience Place your ad in the EDUCATION & ACTIVITIES DIRECTORY TODAY and we will DOUBLE its size atNO ADDITIONAL CHARGE!* Call 813-909-2800 Today!*12 week contract required. Only single and double ad sizes qualify. New clients only. ALSummer at the Lakes ACADEMY AT THE LAKESOnline Brochure Full & 1/2 Day Camps for Kids 3-14 8 one-week sessions Register Today 813-948-7600 Place your ad in the ULTIMATE SUMMER CAMPTODAY and we will DOUBLE its size atNO ADDITIONAL CHARGE!* *12 week contract required. Only single and double ad sizes qualify. New clients only. Contempo School of Dance is now registering for exciting SUMMER CAMPS :Princess and Pirate Musical Theater Boys Sports The Nutcracker Girls Rock!We also offer a summer class session in July! 24148 S.R. 54, Lutz (813) 948-3262www.contempodance.com INFANTS • TODDLERS • PRESCHOOL • SCHOOLAGE 1910 Livingston RD.Lutz Phone:(813) 948-0100 www.allkidsacademy.net Lic #C06PA0025 PROVIDER Celebrating 11 years of serving kids Quality childcare at a reasonable price Family owned and operated NOW REGISTERING!Summer Camp Camp Quest Ô11 & 2011-2012 School year 813-957-0929 • candgbulls@yahoo.comNow registering for JUNE 27-JULY 1 OR JULY 11-15C & G Bulls BasketballSUMMER CAMPS All Ages • Boys & Girls Teaching skills, drills, techniques and fundamentals 5105 School Road, Land O' Lakes $75 CPR / FIRST AID/ AED CLASSES $100 Per Person •MUSTPRE-REGISTER FOR CLASSSave $15when you mention this Ad!CONTACT LONNIE CLARK:813.784.0381 • BeSafeCPR.comSunday,June 26,2:00-6:00 pm COPPERSTONE OFFICE COMPLEX 3632 Land O'Lakes Blvd.(US Hwy 41) SIGN UP TODAY! "Learn How to SAVE a Life (Ages 11 Ð 16) Ultimate SUMMERCAMP THE GO-TO GUIDE FOR YOUR KIDS SUMMER ACTIVITIES

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Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Diane Caruso excels at teaching children who learn differently. Before becoming director at Land O' Lakes KnowledgePoints, she taught students with learning disabilities, dyslexia, and attention deficit disorder for 14 years at Tampa Day School, one of the area's best schools for kids who struggle in traditional schools. About 20% of students learn differently than their peers, Caruso explains, and are more successful in school if taught using methods that cater to their learning style. Caruso has integrated these methods into the curriculum at KnowledgePoints since joining the tutoring center a year ago. "Many children come to us, especially those in middle school, who say they are failures," said Caruso. "I tell them they did not fail, we did. If a child is not learning, it is our fault. Every student can learn if taught according to how they learn best." Caruso said that many students who learn differently get behind in school not because of lack of intelligence or motivation, but because a traditional classroom is designed to focus on the 80% of students who learn using traditional methods. "Teachers do not always have the time necessary, and often may not have been exposed to the methods, to reach students who learn differently," said Caruso.Caruso assesses every new student and customizes a tutoring program that uses teaching methods that support a student's learning profile. "Children do not learn sequentially Ð it's more like an elevator that starts and stops," said Caruso. "We design programs that target a student's weakness and scaffold the skills to create a more solid understanding of a particular concept." Within 40 hours of tutoring at KnowledgePoints, most students leap ahead more than one full year in grade level equivalency. "We teach strategies to make the child accountable and independent so that he can go back to his classroom and absorb the material he's given by the teacher in a way that he can process it." Land O' Lakes KnowledgePoints is owned by Rocky Contreras, who opened the center three years ago with his wife Monica, a teacher at McKitrick Elementary in Lutz. "Diane Caruso is one of the most knowledgeable and effective educators I have ever worked with," said Contreras. "While we continue to help plenty of "traditional learners," Diane has enabled us to augment our materials to also reach those kids who learn differently with amazing results."KnowledgePoints Director specializes in students who learn differently 2201 Collier Pkwy.Land O' Lakes,FL 34639 SR 54 and Collier Parkway in Publix shopping center(813) 909-0781www.knowledgepoints.com/landolakesDiane Caruso, Director at Land O'Lakes KnowledgePoints, tutors a child with different learning styles. 38361 COUNTYROAD54 EAST• ZEPHYRHILLS,FLORIDA33542813-783-1623 LIVEENTERTAINMENTFRIDAY& SATURDAYSTARTINGAT7PMBUZZTIMETRIVIA• FULLLIQUORLOUNGEW/HIGHDEFPLASMATVSBANQUET/ MEETINGROOM FORMERLYJOHN'SSTEAKHOUSECnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER June 8,2011 9 37940 Live Oak Ave • Dade City• 352.523.0055 • www.kafekokopelli.comHours: Tues Thurs 11am-9pm • Fri Sat 11am-10pm • Sun 11am-4pm & Closed Monday An incredible dining experience in an atmosphere so unique,you'll never forget it. PATIO NOW OPEN Sunset Menu 4-6pm everyday starting at $7.99 Happy Hour 4-7 Daily extensive Wine List 3rd Wednesday of Every Month house wines $3.00 a glass Live Music Every Wednesday by Jeremy Vanhoose 6 9pm Magician every Tuesday & Saturday 6 9pm Daily & Weekly Specials on Catering & Party Rooms Available CALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION CALLFORAFREECONSULTATION CALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION CALLFORAFREECONSULTATION Christina M. Martin, DDS, MSORTHODONTICSChildren & Adults www.christinamartindds.com2234 Native Woods Lane • Wesley Chapel, FL 33543 813.929.6700BEHIND SAM'S CLUB One school closes, two new schools to openBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comWhen classes recently ended at Berean Academy in Lutz,it wasn't just for summer break. The private school,which prided itself on its classical Christian educational approach,closed its doors for good. "It's been sad,"said Eric Taylor,president of the school's board. Parents were notified in March that the school would cease operations,Taylor said, attributing the school's demise to the tough economic times. "I think everyone had hopes about the continuing development of the area,"he said,but the crash of the housing market and the ripple effects on the overall economy hurt enrollment and donations,he said. Berean Academy got its start in 1995 as a one-room school with 11 students in kindergarten through third grade.It graduated its first senior class in 2006. It moved into its spacious,multi-million home at 17951 N.US 41 in 2008,but was unable to sustain itself through the recession. On its last day Ñ May 27 Ñ it had 170 students and 30 employees,Taylor said.The property will be turned back to the mortgage holder,he said. Although Berean is closing,some of its families have banded together and plan to begin a new school,Taylor said. Hal Brunson,headmaster at Berean,said many of the students at Berean will attend Trinity Preparatory School,a school that plans to begin its first school year in the fall at 125 Country Club Drive in Tampa. Brunson said a new board of trustees has been established and the plan is for the board to hire him to lead the new school.Like Berean,it will have a classical Christian curriculum.Students will read the classics,study classical languages including Latin,French,German and either Spanish,Greek or both.They also will be schooled in the fine arts of drama,music and visual arts. The tuition will be around $11,000 a year and scholarships are available, Brunson said.For more information about the school,call (813) 918-3174. While many students from Berean are moving to Trinity,the Berean building will become the new home of Lutz Preparatory School.Lutz Prep,a new charter school in Hillsborough County,is gearing up to begin its first school year in the fall.It plans to move into Berean's former home by July 1, said Tom Murray,president of Lutz Prep's board of directors. Lutz Prep will begin the 2011-12 school year for kindergarten through fifth grade, but the school ultimately aspires to be a K12 school,Murray said. Its future growth will be contingent on approval by the Hillsborough County School Board,and will be based on a record of economic and educational success, Murray said.Lutz Prep's philosophy is to offer education that addresses the academic needs and abilities of every single student, Murray said.Each student will have an individual education plan and teachers will work with students individually to be sure that they are achieving their academic goals or to make adjustments when needed.While it waits to begin operations,Lutz Prep is laying the groundwork for its inaugural year.It has appointed Jessica Clements to be its first principal.It has already reached its approved enrollment of 224 students."We're small.We're full,"Murray said. Hand in Hand Academy,another Lutz school,is expecting changes in the coming year. Hand in Hand has been operating at two sites,but next year will just be at one,said Wendy Alexander,the school's founder.It also will be scaling back its elementary program.Next year,it will offer preschool instruction and one combined class for kindergarten and first graders,Alexander said.Learning Gate Community School,another charter school in Lutz,also will be making some changes for the coming school year.It has leased a building at 15316 N.Florida Ave.,where it plans to hold classes for grades seven through nine next year.For more information about Lutz Prep, visit www.lutzprep.org or call (813) 6181142.Changes afoot in Lutz area schools Berean Academy ceased operations last week. Lutz Prep, a new charter school in the Hillsborough County school district, plans to move into the space. (Photo by B.C. Manion)

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER June 8,2011 10 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: OWNERS NAME AND CITYOF RESIDENCE MUST BE INCLUDED FOR YOUR PETTO BE CONSIDERED FOR PUBLICATION. PETof theWEEK Nickey is missed terriblyNickey was the most precious dog that anybody could have. He used to howl when he heard the ice cream truck. He loved to eat quesito and collo. Nickey loved to chase grasshoppers and play with his toys. He was very protective and liked to be the center of attention. Nickey loved going for rides in the car with his head out of the window. He was our loving companion and my best friend (like my son). We were lucky to have had Nickey and we miss him so much. Siempre te recordaremos con amor perrito loco. Nickey's proud owners are the Hector Figueroa family of Wesley Chapel. 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. JUNE 11TH 10:00AM AT WOOF GANG BAKERY Vaccinations, Heartworm Testing, Flea and Heartworm Products Spay & Neuter by Appointment Walk In Shot Clinics on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 -2 www.plannedpethoodpasco.org5053 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills • 813 779 7000 Non-Profit Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Clinic • Veterinarians • Grooming • Breeding • Training • Supplies • Pet Sitters • Pets 4 Sale PET STATION 18875 State Rd 54 • 813-949-3644woofgangbakerylutz.com &GROOMINGªPet Grooming $5.00 OffFIRST GROOMOpen 7 days a week Self Wash Sundays! By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comBudget cutbacks and a new state law are expected to cause enrollment to swell next year at Pasco eSchool,the online school in the Pasco County public school district. The district is now in the process of trying to figure out how its virtual classes will be affected,said JoAnne Glenn,who oversees Pasco eSchool. The school offers online courses to elementary,middle and high school students throughout the district.It recently finished its second year of operation,during which it provided about 2,400 individual courses to roughly 1,000 participants. Last year,the virtual course offerings gave the school district a safety net as it grappled to deal with strict class size limits required by state law.This year,it is expected to help the district fill the gap that is being caused by staffing cutbacks required by funding shortages.The district announced on May 19 that 513 positions would be eliminated,including 470 layoffs,to help address a $54.4 million shortfall.Efforts are under way to identify how those cuts will affect specific programs and how online classes may be able to give students another option,Glenn said. In essence,the district doesn't want to eliminate programs,but instead to use a different method of delivery,Glenn said.A student may not be able to take a French class at a brick and mortar school building,for instance,but could enroll online.The district also has entered into agreements with some new vendors which will allow it to expand its array of online offerings next year,Glenn said. For instance,in the past it offered Spanish,Latin and Mandarin Chinese using curriculum it acquired through Florida Virtual School,Glenn said. Next year,it also will offer online French, German and Japanese with curriculum from a private vendor,Glenn said. It also will offer a slate of new online electives including art appreciation,music appreciation,digital video production,anthropology,sociology and video game design,Glenn said. The district will also face a couple of changes in state law that will affect its online program,Glenn said.For one thing,more elementary students will be eligible to take online courses,she said.The state law used to prohibit children in kindergarten and first grade from taking an online course,unless they had spent the prior year in a public school. That meant children being homeschooled and those attending private school the previous year could not qualify,Glenn said.A change in state law eliminated the public school requirement. "We're excited about that,"she said. Another change that affects high school graduation requirements also will boost online enrollment,Glenn said. The new law requires students to complete one online course before graduation.It takes effect with the ninth-grade class entering high school this fall,Glenn said. Across the district,there will be 6,000 students entering freshmen year in the fall, Glenn said. Unfortunately,they had scheduled their courses in January before the new law took effect,she said.Efforts will be made to enroll some of those students into an online course so the district can get started on helping its students meet the state's graduation requirement,Glenn said. "Now,the challenge we have as a (virtual) school is to build our ability to match learners to courses where they will be successful.We need virtual instruction to be a good option."Enrollment expected to climb in Pasco eSchool courses next year

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Businesses and community groups are needed to sponsor teams of 7 to 15 people to package meals to feed malnourished and dying people around the world. It's a community event that's uplifting and inspirational. Strengthen your team and network with other altruistic businesses and groups. We can't do this without you. Call today and learn how your group can be a table sponsor. HELPPACKAGE40,000MEALSfor starving familiesSUNDAY, JUNE 26 4 TO 6 P.M. AT WESLEY CHAPEL TOYOTA Eric Johnson, Community Relations Cell: (727) 772-3265 • Dealership: (813) 973-8888 ericjohnson@wesleychapeltoyota.com CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER June 8,2011 11 Your Community Calendar • Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com • All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening •Enjoy a visit to our Oriental Gardens and Koi pond •A full selection of Bonsai trees, lucky bamboo and accessories •Gift wrapping & cards included •Gift certificates available •Feng Shui and Oriental Gift Shop •Bonsai Accessories •Shipping available anywhere Bonsai, L Bonsai, L ucky B ucky B amboo amboo and O and O r r iental F iental F eng S eng S hui G hui G ift S ift S hop hop5602 Land O' Lakes Blvd. (Hwy. 41) • Land O' Lakes (813) 996-5012www.bonsai-online.com F F R E E G I F T w / $ 5 0 0 P u r c h a s e 2 2 0 0 % %W i t h h t h i s s a dO F F 26312 Lexington Oaks Blvd., WC, FL 33544 Across from Lexington Clubhouse Now Enrolling Infants, One's, Two's & School Age Summer Campers813-991-9454 SERVING LAND O’ LAKES & WESLEY CHAPEL FOR OVER 33 YEARS Sugar n’ Spice @ Lexington Preschool GOLD SEAL ACCREDITED QUALITY LEARNING ENVIRONMENT CERTIFIED TEACHERS LEARNING ENRICHMENT NOW ENROLLING FALL We accept VPK, ELC & Title 20 ALL REGISTRATION FEES WAIVED THROUGH JUNE 15TH KIDS STUFF FREE KIDS MOVIESCobb Theatres Grove 16 will host free summer kids shows at 10 a.m.every Tuesday,Wednesday and Thursday.Doors open at 9:30 a.m.Same day ticketing only. The movies on June 14,15 and 16 are Shrek Forever After and Ramona & Beezus.Grove 16 is located at 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd.in Wesley Chapel.For information,call (813) 948-5444.HIBROW ART CAMPThe HiBrow Gallery will have a summer art camp for children ages 8-14.Classes run from 1-5 p.m.Monday through Friday.Camp starts on July 5 with five weekly sessions through Aug.5.Cost is $125 per week and includes all supplies.Enrollment is at the gallery Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Classes are limited to 10 children per session.The gallery is located at 14125 Seventh St.For information,call (352) 5213823.JOIN THE CLUB HISPANIC CHAMBER MIXERThe Pasco Hernando Hispanic Chamber will host a mixer from 5:30-7 p.m.June 16 at Star's Organic Spa,2136 Ashley Oaks Circle in Wesley Chapel.For information, call Rocio Paulsen at (813) 909-6965.SHADE GARDENINGThe Nature Coast Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society will meet June 14 at St. Mark's Presbyterian Church,7922 SR 52 in Hudson.The topic is "Shade Gardening with Native Plants"presented by Bruce Turley, owner of Wilcox Nursery in Largo.Light refreshments and a native plant drawing. For information,call (727) 849-2335.MUSIC AND MORE BENTLEY COMMONSBentley Commons at Zephyrhills will host the following shows --Pianist Walter Billingsley presents "Americana,"a fascinating and reminiscent look into the past with music,at 3:45 p.m. June 10. --The Sax Man Al Stanelun sings and performs a fun variety of music on tenor and soprano saxes,at 12:45 p.m.June 13. Bentley Commons is located at 38130 Pretty Pond Road.To reserve your seat,call (813) 779-4501.SUMMER NIGHTSBusch Gardens will once again host Summer Nights from June 10 through Aug. 14 in Jungala,Stanleyville and Gwazi Plaza every night starting at 5 p.m.with line dancing,break dancing and games.Park hours are extended until 9 p.m.Sunday through Thursday and 10 p.m.Friday and Saturday.Summer Nights is included with a day's paid admission or annual pass.For information,call (888) 800-5447 or visit BuschGardens.com.MILITARY SHOWFantasy of Flight,in Central Florida,will have a Military Collector's Show from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.June 10-11.Show features collectibles from the Civil War to the Vietnam War.Former Command Pilot and career Air Force officer Joe Kittinger II will be available for book signings.Cost is $6 per person,without attending Fantasy of Flight.For information,call (863) 984-3500 or visit www.fantasyofflight.com.USF PLANT FAIRThe USF Botanical Gardens will have its annual butterfly,herb and native plant fair from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.June 11 and 10 a.m.-3 p.m.June 12.Talks throughout both days on butterfly gardening,Florida wildlife and herb growing.Event includes vendors and children's activity area.Admission is $5 for general public.Garden members and children under 12 are free.For information, call (813) 974-2329. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT FOR THE TROOPSTreats For Troops/Operation Pocket Change is having a fundraising barbecue and warehouse tour from 12-4 p.m.June 12 at 29807 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel.No admission fee. Tickets will be sold for $1 to purchase barbecue items,soda,water,popcorn and Italian ice.Learn about the entire operation of shipping care packages to war areas.For information,call Karin or Jim King at (813) 746-1517. Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comThe Laker / Lutz News

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The Laker and the Lutz News has named its All-Laker/All-Lutz News teams for the 2011 spring high school athletic season. Members of the teams were selected based on their skill, value to their squad, final statistics and head-to-head matchups. Teams in the coverage area include Academy at the Lakes, Carrollwood Day, Freedom, Gaither, Land O’ Lakes, Land O’ Lakes Christian, Pasco, Saddlebrook Prep, Steinbrenner, Sunlake, Wesley Chapel, Wiregrass Ranch, Zephyrhills and Zephyrhills Christian.All stats are as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches and all playoff performances are as recorded by the FHSAA. Sports Editor Kyle LoJacono selected the team. He can be reached at klojacono@cnewspubs.com. THE BEST PLAYERS OF SPRING 2011 SELECTED BY SPORTS EDITOR KYLE LOJACONO BASEBALL FIRST TEAM—STARTING PITCHER: Robert Johnson, Sr., Gaither. Posted an 8-0 record with a 1.33 ERA in 52.2 innings while recording a teamhigh 49 strikeouts. —STARTING PITCHER: Brandon Mumaw, Sr., Wesley Chapel. Led all area pitchers with a 10-1 record with a 1.33 ERA with 72 strikeouts. —CATCHER: Jason Wilton, Sr., Steinbrenner. Was a pitcher when he wasn’t catching, which gave him good understanding of how to catch. He also batted .474 with three doubles. —FIRST BASE: Chad Witkowski, Sr., Steinbrenner. His .528 batting average led all area players with at least 50 at bats while adding five home runs and 19 RBI and runs scored. —SECOND BASE: Mike Campoamor, Fr., Wiregrass Ranch. Showed no hesitation as a freshman, batting .388 with 23 RBI, 20 runs scored and four doubles. —SHORTSTOP: Geoff DeGroot, Sr., Wesley Chapel. He did everything for the Wildcats. Had a team-high 18 steals, .482 batting average, 40 hits, 33 runs scored and nine doubles to go with a steady glove. —THIRD BASE: Alejandro Brunet, Sr., Gaither. Hit four home runs in three games to help Gaither win the district championship. Posted a .333 batting average with seven doubles. —OUTFIELD: Trey Dudley-Giles, Jr., Pasco. Batted .455 with 35 hits, 22 runs, 16 steals, 13 RBI and four triples. —OUTFIELD: Drew Mitchell, Sr., Wesley Chapel. Was the Wildcats’ power bat with four homers and four doubles while batting .326 with 34 RBI, 32 runs scored and 17 steals. —OUTFIELD: Cole Stancil, Sr., Pasco. Led all Pirates with 26 runs scored, 25 RBI, 12 doubles and five homers while batting .427 with 35 hits and nine steals. —DESIGNATED HITTER: Chris Kluender, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Bulls leader with a .488 batting average, 39 hits, 36 runs scored and 27 RBI while adding three home runs. —CLOSER: Trey McNickle, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. Had six saves, more than any other area athlete, with a 3-3 record and a 2.73 ERA while working 25.2 innings in 14 appearances. BASEBALL SECOND TEAM—STARTING PITCHER: Marcus Crescentini, Sr., Wesley Chapel. Went 7-1 with a 2.06 ERA in 37.1 innings while recording 54 strikeouts. —STARTING PITCHER: John Michael Gant, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Started the season by tossing a no hitter and never looked back. Went 6-0 with a 1.90 ERA and 107 Ks. —STARTING PITCHER: Chris Williams, Jr., Steinbrenner. Had a 7-2 record with three complete games and a 2.20 ERA. Stuck out 39 batters in 54 innings. —CATCHER: David Perez, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. Batted .369 with 32 runs scored, 31 hits, 22 RBI, five doubles and three home runs in just his second year at the position. —FIRST BASE: Jose Gonzalez, Jr., Gaither. Hit .328 with 22 hits, 17 runs scored, 16 RBI, six doubles and four homers for a Cowboys team that won a district championship.—SHORTSTOP: Oscar Mercado, So., Gaither. Developed into one of the best defensive players in the area while batting .338 with 27 hits, 23 RBI, 21 runs scored and 10 steals.—THIRD BASE: Keegan Tanner, Jr., Wesley Chapel. Became one of the Wildcats top offensive threats by batting .333 with 27 runs scored, 20 RBI and 10 steals. —OUTFIELD: Ryan Atkinson, Sr., Steinbrenner. Finished the season with a .524 batting average with 22 hits, 17 RBI and five steals. —OUTFIELD: Zach Jackson, Sr., Gaither. Batted only .210 with two homers and 11 RBI, but made some big plays in the outfield and was the unquestioned leader for the Cowboys. —OUTFIELD: Jordan Smith, Sr., Freedom. Led all area athletes with 20 steals while batting .383 with 23 hits and 18 runs scored. —DESIGNATED HITTER: Trae Urban, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. A speed and power threat. Batted .431 with 23 RBI, 12 steals, six doubles and three home runs. —DESIGNATED HITTER: Gino Pepenella, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. Smacked a team-high six homers while hitting .412 with 45 RBI, 28 runs scored and six doubles. —CLOSER: Matt Wynne, Sr., Wesley Chapel. His 5-0 record with a 1.45 ERA and 39 Ks was a big reason why the Wildcats won 25 games this year. PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Brandon Mumaw, Wesley Chapel. Mumaw was the only area pitcher to reach double digit wins with a 10-1 record while leading the Wildcats with 72 strikeouts and a 1.33 ERA. He was the clear No. 1 on the staff, working the most innings (68.2) and completing four contests. His pitching at the front of the rotation set the tone for the team that had a 1.67 combined ERA and posted a program record 25 wins in 2011. COACH OF THE YEAR: Frank Permuy, Gaither. The Cowboys lost 12 seniors, five who signed to play in college, from their 2010 team that set a program record with 21 wins. It was supposed to be a rebuilding year, but veteran coach Frank Permuy got his young team to win the 11th district championship in program history and reached the Class 5A regional semifinals. SOFTBALL FIRST TEAM—PITCHER: Courtney Brandt, Sr., Pasco. Teams feared Brandt as a pitcher and hitter. Posted 16-5 record with a 0.93 ERA and 240 strikeouts while batting .485 with 50 hits, 36 RBI and five home runs. —PITCHER: Meghan Durbin, Jr., Sunlake. Posted a 9-1 record with a 1.52 ERA and 31 Ks while batting .393 with 24 hits, 18 runs scored, 14 RBI and three doubles. —CATCHER: Shelley Stohler, Sr., Sunlake. In 21 games she batted .500 with 12 runs scored and 10 RBI. —FIRST BASE: Ashley Orta, Sr., Sunlake. Had a strong glove at first while posting a .546 batting average with 19 runs scored, 17 RBI and eight doubles. —SECOND BASE: Kallie Shirling, Sr., Academy at the Lakes. Averaged .488 with 20 hits, 15 runs scored and two homers as the only senior on a squad that reached regionals.—SHORTSTOP: Lizzy Burchfield, So., Pasco. Batted .349 with 42 runs scored, 38 hits, 15 steals, 14 RBI, eight doubles and three triples.—THIRD BASE: Jordan Lane, So., Pasco. Put up a .370 batting average with 31 runs scored, 26 RBI, eight doubles and four homers despite missing two weeks with an injured ankle.—OUTFIELD: Chloe Fletcher, Sr., Sunlake. She came back to the area just before the season after moving Texas. Managed to hit .623 with 23 hits, 22 RBI, six doubles and 13 steals. —OUTFIELD: Vanessa Mills, Jr., Pasco. Gave a lot of depth to the Pirates batting order by hitting .372 with 16 runs scored, 15 RBI, 10 doubles and three home runs.—OUTFIELD: Kelli Parker, So., Pasco. Pasco’s leadoff hitter averaged .346 with 37 hits, 33 runs scored and 26 RBI. Developed enough power to hit seven doubles and three homers. —DESIGNATED PLAYER: Morgan Litchfield, Jr., Gaither. Led all area athletes with 10 home runs while batting .622 with 51 hits, 35 RBI, 29 runs scored and 13 doubles.SOFTBALL SECOND TEAM—PITCHER: Lauren Pasquale, Sr., Zephyrhills. Put up a 2.51 ERA with 130 strikeouts as the Bulldogs primary pitcher while batting .414 with 41 hits, 20 runs scored, 18 RBI and 14 doubles. —PITCHER: Tyler Riendeau, Sr., Sunlake. Went 9-2 with seven complete games, a 2.93 ERA and 60 strikeouts. Was the Seahawks workhorse, throwing 81.1 innings. —CATCHER: Briana Blanyar, Jr., Zephyrhills. Threw out four potential base steals while batting .305 with 25 hits, 12 runs scored, 11 RBI and seven doubles. —FIRST BASE: Sarah Burchfield, Jr., Pasco. Her glove work saved many potential errors at first. Also hit .310 with 27 runs scored, 20 RBI and seven doubles. —SECOND BASE: Amber Caudill, Fr., Pasco. Batted .316 with 23 runs scored and four doubles while carrying a solid glove in her first high school season. —SHORTSTOP: Alex Rogers, Sr., Sunlake. The Seahawks team captain batted .421 with 32 hits, 25 runs scored, 19 RBI, 10 steals and three doubles. —THIRD BASE: Alia Serafini, So., Steinbrenner. Hit .449 with 23 RBI, 13 runs scored and eight doubles. —OUTFIELD: Courtney Durbin, Jr., Sunlake. Had a team-high 15 steals while batting .460 and adding 40 hits, 34 runs scored, 25 RBI and 13 doubles. —OUTFIELD: Tori Jordan, So., Zephyrhills. The speedy Jordan led all area athletes with 29 steals while batting .270 with 26 runs scored and 11 RBI. —OUTFIELD: Lena Rovellada, Jr., Gaither. Swiped 25 bags with a .527 batting average, 39 hits, 22 runs scored, 20 RBI and five doubles. —DESIGNATED PLAYER: Ashley Wilson, Fr., Freedom. Hit for average and power, batting .596 with 25 RBI, 24 runs scored, eight doubles and four homers.—Cary Anne Bame, Jr., Steinbrenner. The defensive back recorded 27 flag pulls, 13 interceptions and six passes defensed in her first season playing the sport.—Alexandra Fernandez, So., Steinbrenner. The quarterback completed 112 of 184 passes for 1,157 yards and 15 touchdowns while adding another 320 rushing yards. —Ayanna Fullwood, Sr., Gaither. Did almost everything for the Cowboys. She recorded five interceptions and 16 flag pulls as a linebacker, plus 27 catches and 388 yards rushing. Her nine touchdowns were the only scores for the team in 2010. —Briahanna Jackson, Sr., Freedom. The quarterback led the Patriots to the District 12 finals with an 10-1 final record in her first year on the team. —Dean Bui, Jr., Sunlake. Finished as the 129-pound Class 1A state runner-up by lifting posting 220 pounds in the bench and 215 in the clean and jerk. —Kyle Fraser, Jr., Sunlake. Had a 285-pound bench and 240 in the clean to come in sixth in the 154-pound weight class in the Class 1A state meet. —Hunter Joyer, Sr., Wesley Chapel. Won the Class 1A state 238-pound championship by putting up 725 total pounds. —Nate McCoole, Jr., Sunlake. The heavyweight put up 410 in the bench and a 290 clean to finish in fourth in the Class 1A state. BASEBALL COACH OF THE YEAR: Jami Finan, Sunlake. Led the Seahawks to a 194 record in her first year at the helm, more wins than any other year in program history. Finan had the team batting .424 with a .493 on-base percentage and a .561 slugging percentage. Sunlake was upset in the Class 4A-District 8 tournament, but the season is arguably the best in the program’s four-year history. PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Courtney Brandt, Pasco. Was not only the strongest pitcher in the area, but one of the top hitters. Her 16 wins was well more than any other area pitcher, while her 0.93 ERA and 240 strikeouts were also better than any other. Her .485 batting average is even more eye popping after seeing her power. She posted five home runs and eight doubles to go with 50 hits, 44 runs scored, 36 RBI and 13 steals. BOYS TENNIS—Luke Blankenship, Jr., Steinbrenner. The No. 1 player on a Warriors squad that reached its second straight regional tournament. —Eric Fitz-Randolph, So., Carrollwood Day. Became the first Patriot to make the state tournament as an individual. —Courage Okungbowa, So., Wiregrass Ranch. Went undefeated in singles play in the regular season and regionals. — Spencer Ong, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. The only senior on a Bulls team that won a district and regional championship. Added leadership and depth as the No. 2 player. —Colin Roller, Jr., Land O’ Lakes. Lost only once in the regular season and regionals while helping the Gators return to the playoffs despite losing four starters from 2010.GIRLS TENNIS—Sarah Vande Berg, Jr., Zephyrhills. The Bulldogs No. 1 player went 11-1 individually and qualified for the state tournament in singles and as a doubles team for the second straight year. —Jacque Fitz-Randolph, 8th, Carrollwood Day. Paired with her sister Lauren, a sixth grader, to finish the Class 1A state doubles runner-up. —Wenyi Gu, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. The No. 1 player on a Gators team that reached regionals as a district runner-up while holding down an IB course load. —Grace Korta, Fr., Steinbrenner. Helped the Warriors win their second straight district title and reached the third round of the Class 1A singles tournament. —Hannah Still, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Stepped up as the leader the Bulls after losing their top two players from last year. Lost only twice in the regular season. COACH OF THE YEAR: Jasalyn Gerazounis, Land O’ Lakes. Gerazounis had no easy task in her first season as the Gators coach. Land O’ Lakes lost four of its top five players from the 2010 team that won a district championship. Despite that challenge, she led the program back to regionals as the Class 2A-District 6 runner-up with a 9-2 regular season record. PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Courage Okungbowa, Wiregrass Ranch. Okungbowa moved to Wesley Chapel from Virginia and quickly became the Bulls No. 1 player. He did not lose any regular season or regional singles matches, which helped Wiregrass Ranch win a district and the first regional championship in program history. One of his strengths was his calm poise. He never seemed excited, even after earning a trip to states. BOYS TRACK AND FIELD—Paul Barrett, Jr., Gaither. Won the Class 4A-District 6 110-meter hurdles, 300-meter hurdles and high jump championships.—Robert Davis, So., Carrollwood Day. Won the Class 1A-District 9 200meter dash and was the 100 runner-up. Reached states in the 100. —Janarion Grant, So., Pasco. Won the Class 2A state long jump championship with a jump of 24 feet, 3.5 inches. —Hunter Joyer, Sr., Wesley Chapel. Won the Class 2A state shot put championship and was the Class 2ADistrict 9 discus runner-up. —Alex Kazanski, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Won the district and regional pole vault championship and finished as the Class 3A state runner-up. —Travis Manecke, So., Wiregrass Ranch. Claimed the Class 3A-District 7 shot put and discus championships while reaching states in the discus.GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD—Ravin Gilbert, So., Wesley Chapel. Gilbert took seventh in both the 100-meter and 200-meter events at the Class 2A state meet.—Hallie Grimes, Fr., Land O’ Lakes. Won the Class 3A-District 7 400-meter championship and placed fifth in states.—Nikita Shah, So., Wiregrass Ranch. Won the Class 3A-District 7 3,200-meter championship, and also finished as the regional runner-up and ninth in the state. —Nicole Woodard, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. Won a conference and district championship in the long and high jump and reached states in four events. —Alexis Wright, Jr., Steinbrenner. Won the Class 2A state 100-meter hurdles race in 15.05 seconds, the first track and field title for the Warriors. —Kara Young, Fr., Zephyrhills. Claimed the Class 3A-District 7 100meter dash in 12.75 seconds and eventually reached states in the event. TRACK & FIELDSPRING TEAMS AllLaker AllLutz News COACH OF THE YEAR: Bill Agatheas, Gaither. The Cowboys went 4-6 this year, amazing considering how many players Agatheas had to replace from the year before. He had to find a quarterback twice, as the girl he thought was going to take over under center hurt her knee just before the season. Gaither reached the District 12 tournament for the sixth straight season despite the turnover. PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Briahanna Jackson, Freedom. Jackson showed how gifted of a natural athlete she is by stepping in as the Patriots quarterback a few days after transferring from Wiregrass Ranch. She set single season school records with 1,023 rushing and 18 rushing scores while adding 1,289 passing yards and another 18 touchdowns. As a defensive back she was the first Patriot to have 23 interceptions in a season, and also added 26 flag pulls. LIFTER OF THE YEAR: Hunter Joyer, Wesley Chapel. Was the only area athlete to bring home a state weight lifting championship. Joyer put up 450 pounds in the bench press and 275 pounds it the clean and jerk. His 725 total pounds lifted was 75 clear of the next closest 238-pound competitor in the Class 1A state meet. COACH OF THE YEAR: Matt Smith, Sunlake. Four Seahawks won district championships, more than any other area program. Additionally, five Sunlake boys lifters qualified for the Class 1A state meet, also besting any other area team. TRACK ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: Janarion Grant, Pasco. Grant said he surprised himself with his jump in the Class 2A state meet. He had a personal best long jump of 24 feet, 3.5 inches to win the championship, the first track title for the Pirates since his uncle Darren Grant took the 3A high jump gold in 1993. COACH OF THE YEAR: Phil Kerr, Wiregrass Ranch. Kerr guided the Bulls to the first district championship in program history in his first year at the helm. The Bulls scored big in the sprint, distance and field events, showing an overall depth to the program. WEIGHTLIFTING TRACK ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: Nicole Woodard, Land O’ Lakes. She stood out among all other girls track and field athletes because of her versatility. Not only did she win the Sunshine Athletic Conference and Class 3A-District 7 long and high jump championships, but was also on the Gators 4x400-meter and 4x100-meter relay teams that captured first and third in districts respectively. Woodard qualified for states in all four events, more than any other area athlete. COACH OF THE YEAR: Don Howard, Wiregrass Ranch. Howard helped the Bulls girls win their third straight district championship and helped one athlete (Nikita Shah) and three relay teams reach the Class 3A state meet. It is the second similar honor of Howard, as he was also name the All-Laker/All-Lutz News girls cross country Coach of the Year in the fall. SOFTBALL FLAG FOOTBALL TENNIS COACH OF THE YEAR: Don Charlick, Pasco. Guided the Pirates to their first district championship since 1994 in runaway fashion at the Class 2A-Districgt 6 tournament. Pasco did not get past its first round regionals match, but he is likely to return all his top five players next year, making the Pirates even more dangerous. He preached integrity above all other things. PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Grace Korta, Steinbrenner. Korta managed to become the Warriors No. 1 as a freshman and helped lead the squad to its second straight district title. Steinbrenner got to the regional finals before bowing out, but Korta advanced individually and as a doubles team with Kaleigh Wagner to states. Reached the Class 2A singles state semifinals. 13 June 8, 2011 THE LAKER THE LAKER June 8, 2011 12 CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800

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( APY) 5-year CDU.S. RATESThese were the highest yields available among U.S. banks surveyed by Bankrate.com® as of Tuesday: For people who pay off balances 1-year CD Annual Annual Grace For people who carry balances % rate fee periodDiscover Bank 888-204-8984 500 1.15 Sallie Mae 877-346-2756 0 1.10 Colorado Federal Svgs Bank 877-412-8643 2500 1.10 Nationwide Bank 877-412-6251 1000 1.05 First Trade Union Bank 800-242-0272 2500 1.05 Doral Bank 866-551-5521 1000 1.40 Aurora Bank, FSB 877-412-8271 1000 1.23 Ally Bank 877-779-0119 0 1.20 Sallie Mae 877-346-2756 0 1.20 Discover Bank 888-204-8970 2500 1.20 Aurora Bank, FSB 877-412-8271 1000 2.41 First Internet Bank of Indiana 888-873-3424 1000 2.40 Ally Bank 877-779-0119 0 2.39 Nationwide Bank 877-412-3490 500 2.35 Discover Bank 888-204-8970 2500 2.35Amalgamated Bank of Chicago 800-723-0303 7.50 V 37 25 B Citizens Trust Bank 404-659-5959 9.25 V 0 25 B Abington Bank 215-887-4666 10.24 V 0 25 B First Command Bank 888-763-7600 10.25 F 0 25 B Citizens Trust Bank 404-659-5959 9.25 V 0 25 B Abington Bank 215-887-4666 10.24 V 0 25 B First Command Bank 888-763-7600 10.25 F 0 25 B iBERIABANK fsb 800-217-7715 10.25 V 0 25 B$ $6 Mo CD 0.27% $1.35 1 Yr CD 0.44% $4.41 5 Yr CD 1.68% $87.63$1,000 Deposit Deposit term Average rate Interest earned$100,000 Deposit1 Mo Jumbo CD 0.16% $13.33 3 Mo Jumbo CD 0.20% $50.01 6 Mo Jumbo CD 0.30% $150.11 1-year CD New car loans National Local average: average:Credit Card %%%%% 0.45 0.39 5.49 3.49 14.32 National Local average: average:$ National average: 1-Year CD National Trend 5-Year CD National Trend SunTrust Bank 800-786-8787 7.64 Bank of America 800-432-1000 8.29 Bank of America 800-432-1000 2.99 SunTrust Bank 800-786-8787 3.99 Bank of America 800-432-1000 3.49 SunTrust Bank 800-786-8787 3.99 Deposit term Average rate Interest earned Note: Rates effective as of 6/2/11 and may change without notice. 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Program Rate Points Fees % Down APRProgram Rate Points Fees % Down APR Legend: The rate and annual percentage rate (APR) are effective as of 6/2/11. © 2011 Bankrate, Inc. http://www.interest.com. Th e APR may increase after consummation and may vary. Payments do not include amounts for taxes and insurance. The fees set forth for each advertisement above may be charged to open the plan (A) Mortgage Banker, (B) Mortgage Broker, (C) Bank, (D) S & L, (E) Credit Union, (BA) indicates Licensed Mortgage Banker, NYS Banking Dept., (BR) indicates Registered Mortgage Broker, NYS Banking Dept., (loans arranged through third parties). Call for RatesŽ means actual rates were not available at press time. All rates are quoted on a minimum FICO score of 700. Conv entional loans are based on loan amounts of $165,000. Jumbo loans are based on loan amounts of $435,000. Points quoted include discount and/or origination. Lock Days: 30-60. 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To report any inaccuracies, call 888-509-4636. http://www.interest.com/?pid=i_COM CD & Deposit Guide Mortgage Guide om LENDERS, TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS FEATURE CALL BANKRATE.COM @ 800-509-4636 AMERI FINANCIAL 813-990-8916 www.AmerifinancialMtg.com30 yr fixed Call for Rates 15 yr fixed Call for Rates 30 yr FHA Call for Rates30 yr FHA refi Call for Rates100% Loan in Select Areas, Please call Joe (813) 990-8916 ext 101(B) GATEWAY CAPITAL MORTGAGE, INC. 888-595-7339 http://www.mygatewaycapital.com30 yr fixed Call for Rates 30 yr fixed Call for Rates 30 yr FHA Call for Rates5/1 ARM Jumbo Conforming Call for RatesAsk about our Jumbo Products(B) 23520 SR 54, Suite 101, Lutz, FL 33559 MBB0704834 AIMLOAN.COM 888-418-0235 http://www.aimloan.com30 yr fixed 4.250 0.000 $1975 20% 4.351 15 yr fixed 3.500 0.000 $1975 20% 3.676 10/1 ARM 3.750 0.000 $1975 20% 3.550 5/1 ARM 2.625 0.000 $1975 20% 2.952Certified Upfront Lender! Rates & GFE Online 24/7!(A) 4121 Camino Del Rio South, San Diego, CA 92108, NMLS#2890, ML-0700791 CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER June 8,2011 19 Send business news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.comJOB FAIR AT THE SHOPS AT WIREGRASSA job fair will be from 4-7 p.m.on Wednesday,June 8 at The Shops at Wiregrass. The fair will be in Space 150,which is across from Dillard's and next to Soma Intimates.Stores participating in the job fair are Buckle,Charming Charlie,Coldwater Creek,Dillard's,Fast Fix Jewelry,Hollister, Macy's,Motherhood Maternity,Sunglass Hut, Talbots,HQ Salon Aveda and Guest Services. The Shops at Wiregrass is at 28211 Paseo Drive in Wesley Chapel.CHASE BANK ADDING LUTZ LOCATIONChase Bank is building a branch bank on a site on the west side of Florida Avenue,directly across from the Publix near the US 41 apex.Site work has begun and bank officials expect the new branch to open before the end of the year.It is one of 37 new branches the bank plans to add in Florida this year. The new locations will add more than 400 branch jobs across the state.Each branch employs about 12 people,said Nancy Norris,a Chase Bank spokeswoman. The bank is now hiring branch managers,assistant managers,personal bankers and tellers,Norris said.For more information,go to www.chase.com/careers.RIBBON CUTTING AT BAY AREA URGENT CAREBay Area Urgent Care,a service of Florida Hospital Zephyrhills,is having a ribbon cutting ceremony at 5 p.m.on June 15 at 5504 Gateway Blvd.in Wesley Chapel.The festivities are scheduled from 5-7 p.m.PEDC ANNUAL INDUSTRY APPRECIATION BANQUETPlans are in the works for the Pasco Economic Development Council's 25th annual Industry Appreciation Banquet.About 500 of the county's business and community leaders are expected to attend the event that routinely attracts the county's movers and shakers.This year's banquet will be at Saddlebrook Resort 5:30-9 p.m.on Sept.7.It will include an awards ceremony,an industry showcase and a brief update on the county's economic development progress.Sponsorships are being sought for the event.They range from $500 to $7,500 with four benefit levels.For additional information, contact Suzanne by phone (813) 926-0827 ext. 226 or by email at Suzanne@pascoedc.com.JOHN HAGEN IS CHAIR OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION COMMITTEEJohn Hagen,the president and CEO of the Pasco Economic Development Council (PEDC),has been named chairman of the Career and Technical Education Steering Committee.That committee is a group of stakeholders that advocates for Pasco County Schools' Career Academies program.The career academies give students opportunities to learn essential workforce skills while they're in high school.WEBSITE HELPS SOLVE BUSINESS PROBLEMSHave a business problem you don't know how to solve? Chances are you can find some help from one of the organizations in the Pasco Enterprise Network.This website pulls together a wide array of resources that can provide free or low cost help.To find out more,visit www.pascoenterprise.net.HOMEGOODS HELPS FIGHT CANCERShoppers at the HomeGoods store in Lutz can help fight cancer while shopping at the off-price home fashions store at 17641 N.Dale Mabry Highway.Contributions made by shoppers between June 2-26 will be donated to the 11th annual HomeGoods "Helps Families Fight Cancer"campaign benefiting the Jimmy Fund,which supports the lifesaving mission of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, Mass.During the past 10 years,shoppers at HomeGoods have donated more than $4.6 million for the Jimmy Fund. For more information about the fund, visit www.jimmyfund.org.

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