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JUNE 15, 2011






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Zephyrhills/Dade City Edition



Zephyrhills bids farewell to city manager Spina


The Laker staff report

Steve Spina was honored Monday,June
13,for his 24 years of service to the City of
Zephyrhills.
Spina, 57, is retiring as city manager
Wednesday,June 15, after leading the city for
15 years. Spina worked in the city's planning
department from 1987 through 1996,giving
him a total of 24 years of service to the city.
Spina was named city manager following
the untimely death in January 1996 of Nick
Nichols, the city manager who had hired
him in 1987.
About 100 people attended a hail and
farewell reception in City Council chambers
from 5 to 6 p.m.The event was organized and
sponsored by the Greater Zephyrhills
Chamber of Commerce to recognize Spina
for his contributions to the city and to wel-
come James Drumm as the new city manager.


Outgoing Zephyrhills City Manager Steve Spina welcomes James Drumm to the same
position. Spina's final day is June 15. More photos, page 15. (Staff photo)


Spina was presented the chamber's
Distinguished Service Award during
Monday's meeting. Other awards Spina has
received over the years from the chamber
include Leadership in Government and
Community on two occasions, Leadership
in Youth Encouragement and Guidance,
Chamber Member of the Year and Citizen of
the Year.
Mayor W Cliff McDuffie and others re-
ferred to Spina as the best city manager in
Florida while honoring him Monday.
He plans to take some time off during
the summer, said Spina, who recently earned
a doctorate from the University of Florida.
He hopes to teach at the college level in the
fall, Spina said. He has put out some feelers,
but does not currently have a teaching posi-
tion lined up, Spina continued.
Council members gave Spina a"professo-
See SPINA, page 21


Shine, Brayman win first national championship


Betmar plays host to
summer doubles event

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Walt Shine and Chuck Brayman had never
played as a shuffleboard team before, but the
two managed to take home the Summer
National Championship Any Doubles title at
Betmar in Zephyrhills June 7.
Shine, of Zephyrhills, usually plays with Jerry
Brandon, but the latter could not play because
of kidney problems. Brayman, of Leesburg, gen-
erally pairs with Gary McLaughlin, but he
returned to NewYork for the summer.
It is the first national championship for
both players, making the late combination
somewhat of a surprise.
"My partner couldn't play, so Earl Ball
helped the two of us come together," Shine
said."Chuck agreed, so here we are. I always ex-
pect to win when I play, but it doesn't always
happen. I play to win, but win or lose I have
fun."
Ball also lives in Zephyrhills and won the
tournament last year.While he does not like
losing, he was happy someone else had the op-
portunity to win the title.
"My words to them were I could win the


Walt Shine, right, and Chuck Brayman took home
Summer National Championship Any Doubles title
Betmar Shuffle Club June 7. (Photos by Kyle LoJ;


tournament with either one of them, so I'm
sure the two of them would win the whole
thing," said Ball, whose 15 national titles are
tied for the most all time.
The newly crowned champions do have
some playing history.
"We played against each other in Lakeland a
couple months ago,' Brayman said."He actually
beat me, but we haven't played with each
other before. It just kind of happened and I cer-
tainly would play with him again."
Shine, 72, agreed that the two may team up
in the future.
"We thought we'd be good," Brayman said.
"He plays to 'put them in the kitchen' and so
do I, so we play the same way."
"Putting someone in the kitchen" means hit-
ting an opponent's disc in a spot on the court
that subtracts 10 from his score.
The two defeated the combination of Mickey
Henson and Bob Sempolinski in less than one
hour 75(40), 75-22. Brayman followed his normal
game plan and put Sempolinski in the kitchen
four times in the first game and another two times
in the second. Shine scored 81 points for his team
during the match, including 45 in the decisive
game.
Shine is in his first year as a professional
player and really enjoyed the opportunity to
win his first national title on his home court.
"It's been a wonderful couple of days,"
Shine said."We've had some matches
that lasted a couple hours, and that
takes a lot out of you, but we man-
aged to prevail.A lot of it has to do
with luck; you can see that in the
final match. Our opponents had some
bad luck and we had some good
luck."
Brayman has been playing since
1991, but had to fight through pain to
win his first U.S. championship. He
has been suffering from four bone
spurs in his neck for the last few
months and will be having surgery to
remove them shortly.
The tournament was played June
6-7 and had 32, two-player teams,
seven women and 25 men pairings.
The event has been played at Betmar
the last four years, but it will be mov-
ing to Lakeland and played in May
next year.
For more information on shuffle-
the board in Florida, visit the Florida
Sat Shuffleboard Association's website at
acono) www.fsa-shuffleboard.org.


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The One Second dance team from Peggy's Dance Place in Zephyrhills. Top Row,
from left: Amber Parham, Danielle Brite, Taylor McKell, Kayla Prevatt, Abby Vincent,
Alexandra Harwell. Middle Row: Marissa Pash, Kaytie Odom, Brianna Prevatt, Sera
Knowlton. Bottom Row: Alyssa Wyatt, Emily Kirk, Abigail Wilder.

Peggy's Dance Place recital June 18
Peggy's Dance Place will be having its available at the recital or at Peggy's Dance
12th annual dance recital,"Just Kids," on Place, 36751 SR 54 West, Zephyrhills.
Saturday,June 18 at 4 p.m. at Zephyrhills Peggy's Dance Place will also be offer-
High. ing a summer dance and fun camp July
Dancers ages 2-1/2 to 25 will perform 18-21. Call (813) 715-4422 or visit
tap, ballet, jazz, hip hop, acrobatic and www.PeggysDancePlace.com for further
baton routines.Tickets are $7.50 and are information.



1-75 widening enters Pasco County


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Drivers who frequent the I-75/I-275
split at the Hillsborough/Pasco county
line have seen the beginning of the
multi-stage, multi-million dollar project to
widen the interstates.
The Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT) is expanding the
roadways from Bearss Avenue in
Hillsborough to the Pasco/Hernando
county line north of SR 52. Expected
completion is 2015.
The overall idea to widen the inter-
states will relieve high traffic volume due
to increasing population in northern
Hillsborough and central and east Pasco
counties.
"It's been on the radar for a while,"


Increased traffic on 1-75 and 1-275 has forced
the Florida Department of Transportation to
widen both interstates. (Photo by Glenn
Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)

said John McShaffrey, FDOT Public
Information Officer. "The Tampa inter-
state study goes back to the 1980s. It
wasn't needed back then, but they could
see there'd be a need for a widening in
See 1-75, page 21






Troop support group opens doors
Treats For Troops/Operation Pocket Change had a fundraising barbecue in Wesley
Chapel June 12 to raise money for care packages for our troops overseas.Those in atten-
dance could tour the Support OurTroops warehouse to learn about the entire operation of
shipping the packages to war areas.
For information about the organization, call Karin or Jim King at (813) 746-1517.


Michael Viscusi, of Frontline Construction in Lutz, brought his family and friends to the
barbecue fundraiser for Treats for Troops in Wesley Chapel June 12. Frontline
Construction has started volunteering for the organization in the last six months and
Michael was there to help with the set up. Pictured with Michael, from left, are son
Carmine, James Monaghan, Tyler Monaghan, sons Anthony (with flag), Giovanni and
Vincent and wife Doe.


Joe Bell, owner of Bells Concessions LLC in Land O' Lakes, is happy to dish out Italian Ice
in support of Treats for Troops. The organization had a fundraiser Sunday, June 12 that
included homemade barbecue and a tour of the Support Our Troops warehouse in Wesley
Chapel. (Photos by Mary Rathman)


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When it comes to baking and decorating
cakes, Noemi Carambot has a clear focus.
She wants the cake she makes for cus-
tomers to be the kind of cake she'd want to
present at special occasions for family and
friends.
After all, that's how this woman from
Puerto Rico got her start in cake decorating:
She began by making cakes in her kitchen to
celebrate special times with her loved ones.
Before launching her business, Carambot
was a school teacher. She routinely made
cakes for her students and for birthdays, baby
showers and the like.
She was in the midst of decorating one of
those cakes one day when a neighbor
dropped by her house and told her: "You
should sell your cakes."
Carambot thought her friend was crazy
and she didn't give the notion another
thought until she was out shopping for a
baby shower a few months later and ran
across the opportunity to take a cake-decorat-
ing class.
She decided to go for it.
Suffice it to say, a lot of flour, sugar and
eggs have come into Carambot's life since
then.
After taking the class, she began creating
custom-made cakes part-time. That was in
1994. Over time, it became a full-time pursuit
as her family moved from Puerto Rico to
Tampa Bay.
In recent years, she worked out of a com-
mercial kitchen at the Tampa Scottish Rite
Masonic Center on Memorial Drive,inTown
'N Country.
Just a few months ago, the company
called, L'Artisan Cake Atelier, set up its first
storefront at 131 Flagship Drive, off US 41 in
Lutz.
It's a family affair, with Carambot, daughter
Merli Rodriguez and son-in-law Jaime Miranda


making and decorating the cakes.
Carambot's husband, Francisco, helps
wherever he's needed and her son, Francisco
"Tony" Rodriguez, does chores around the
shop and handles marketing and public rela-
tions.
Carambot said her daughter is a masterful
decorator who got an early start in learning
the art:"She grew up watching me, working
on this."
The shop is open by appointment only.
"We like to have time with our clients,"
Carambot explained.
The goal is to give the customers the cake
they desire, while paying attention to the cus-
tomer's budget, Carambot said.
"Sometimes they come for a wedding and
they have less than 50 guests.We try to work
the cake to be three tiers. If it is not possible,
they use two tiers. Sometimes we suggest
they use a dummy cake to make it look big-
ger," Carambot said.
"Sometimes they have huge weddings,
300 or 400 guests, but they don't have the
budget ....We offer them our 100-guest cake
that actually feeds 120.They work the rest
with sheet cakes."
They offer wedding cake in various fla-
vors, including vanilla, amaretto, chocolate,
cream cheese, marble and a red velvet they
developed themselves.
Wedding cakes start at $3.75 per slice, but
can cost as much as $8 a slice, depending on
how much styling the customer desires.
The shop offers various fillings, as well.
It lends out its cake stands instead of rent-
ing them, but the stands must be returned to
the shop.
Throughout the years, the business has
built a customer base of more than a thou-
sand clients, attracting most through bridal
shows, the Internet or word of mouth.
Unlike many businesses, this one has done
well during the recession. It expects to be
even busier when the economy improves.
In fact, Carambot said the shop is already


starting to see an uptick in large weddings.
Carambot's calendar is filled with nota-
tions of upcoming events."We have weddings
already for next year,' she said.
Typically, the family needs advance notice
of about a week for a special occasion cake
and a couple of months' notice for a wedding
cake, Carambot said.
But is has been known to handle rush or-
ders on occasion.
"Our cakes are all made from scratch,"
Carambot said.
"Our fondant is made from scratch. It is made
of sugar, marshmallows and vanilla.We melt
the marshmallows.We add the sugar and the
vanilla and then we knead it."
Kneading the fondant is a big job that falls
primarily to Carambot's son-in-law, who
spends most Mondays working on it.
Many people don't like the taste of fon-
dant, Carambot said, but she suspects that's
because they've never tasted fondant made
from scratch.
The cake shop makes some cakes with
buttercream frosting, but it recommends fon-
dant be used for wedding cakes."That way,
you get a perfect look;' Carambot said.
"There are some types of decorations that
can only be done on fondant;' she explained.
"There are kinds of drapings,kinds of lace,"
she said.
The family prides itself on its handmade
sugar flowers, which look so authentic that
they could have come directly from a garden
or a florist's shop.
They achieve that look by creating each
flower by hand. It is painstaking work. It can
take four hours just to create a single tiger lily.
They also make roses, peace lilies and other
flowers.
"We use a powder that comes from South
Africa. It lets us make a flower that looks just
like a real flower," Carambot said.
One of her favorite moments comes when
a customer sees one of their decorated cakes
and exclaims:"The flowers are real;' to which


Noemi Carambot puts the finishing touches
on a special occasion graduation cake.
(Photo by B.C. Manion)

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they're made from sugar."
When someone buys a cake from her
shop, most of the price is based on how
much labor was required to create it,
Carambot said.
Running a cake shop keeps the family
hopping.
"Last week we got here at around 9 a.m.
Friday and we ended up getting home at
around 9 p.m. the following night," Tony
Rodriguez said.
Getting a storefront location has been one
of the company's ambitions. Some day, it
hopes to have its own stand-alone building.
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Local graduates earn appointments to West Point


By Zack Peterson
Laker/Lutz News Correspondent


Engstrom constructs future

as military officer
Ever since he was a young boy, Daniel
Engstrom loved taking things apart and
building them back up.
"Engineering's always been a hobby of
mine," he said.
Now, as a recently graduated senior from
Land O' Lakes Christian, he plans to build a
powerful future at West Point, the presti-
gious military development institution
where great leaders have studied in the past
and gone on to become critical figures in
our nation's armed forces.
"It means a lot and it's all a very big
honor," Engstrom said. "About only 1,215
kids are getting in and it's a big honor to
serve my country in this way."
For Engstrom, it all started last year when
a close friend recommended the programs
West Point had to offer.
"I went to a Summer Leaders Seminar
program this past summer and when I was
there - being at the campus and seeing all
its history - it all hit me square in the head,"
Engstrom said.
What came next was the long, rigorous
process designed to find the best of the
best. First, Engstrom had to initially be ac-
cepted to the school.
"It's really similar to any other college ap-
plication process," he explained."You make
a profile and so on.Where it differs is the
nominations."
Candidates to U.S. military academies
must gain nominations from senators and
members of Congress from their particular
area or state.After applying for these nomi-
nations, candidates are then judged by three
areas of criteria: scholarship, athletics and
leadership.
For a candidate to gain acceptance from a


lawmaker, he or she must be well rounded
and stand out to the reviewer's scrutinizing
eye.
After applying,"you pray they like you
and hope you get a nomination to the acad-
emy," Engstrom said.
To prep himself to shine before leader-
ship, Engstrom involved himself in
numerous activities over the years.As an ac-
tive member in his school's student
government, Engstrom served as secretary,
treasurer, vice president and president
throughout his four years of high school.As
an active captain of the soccer team,
Engstrom collected the athletics require-
ment. And as a hard-working student,
Engstrom landed himself in the top of his
class.
However, Engstrom also displayed inter-
est in the Air Force. He also pursued the
rigorous requirements they held and even
had two nominations to the Air Force
Academy. Not hearing any additional word
from West Point, he left it alone, mentally ac-
cepting the fact that he would have to move
on.
Then,West Point made an exception, of-
fering Engstrom an appointment even
though he had no nominations to the
Academy.
"It seemed totally out of the blue,"
Engstrom recalled."To me it was a sign from
God."
"As a Christian, I believe that God orches-
trated the entire thing; I hadn't talked to
anyone from West Point in four to five
months; I hadn't done anything with my
profile. In my eyes, he [God] opened the
door to West Point and closed the one to Air
Force.The whole time I would pray to him,
asking for guidance with my decision.With
this sign, I know he cares and listens."
Set to report to West Point for basic train-
ing on June 27, Engstrom admits that he is "a
little nervous, but overall, mostly excited."
"I'm the first person from my school to
ever go to an academy like this," Engstrom


said."I think it's encouraging to others to
see how far a classmate can go and for
them to try and do the same. It's been a real
thrill."


Steinbrenner graduate Keith

prepares to lead in Army
Also attendingWest Point from the local
area is Ryon Keith, a recently graduated sen-
ior from tcinlbrciiicr High.
Keith was inspired to pursue West Point
after sitting down and questioning his fu-
ture career during his junior year.
"I sat down and looked at what I wanted
to do with my life," Keith said. "I wanted
something that would push me physically
and mentally."
Originally, Keith looked at participating
in ROTC programs at a college, but after ex-
tensive research, he decided otherwise.
"I realized I wanted to be more prepared
to lead," Keith recalled, figuring anAcademy
appointment would give him further cre-
dentials with the Army.
Like Engstrom, Keith first searched for
nominations to the academy. He found suc-
cess with U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis, who had
Keith interviewed by a panel of specific
people he chose.
According to Keith, each congressman
can only have five nominees in the academy
at one time period. Keith attributes his suc-
cess as a nominee to his "well-roundedness."
Judged by the same three characteristics
as Engstrom - scholarship, athletics and lead-
ership - Keith said his stand-out attributes
were the various positions and school-relat-
ed activities that dotted his resume. Not only
did he serve as the swim team's captain, he
also played varsity football and served as the
captain of the wrestling team.
Furthermore, Keith held memberships in
the National Honor Society, Science National
Honors Society and the Beta Club.
Lastly, Keith said his "high test scores"


Ryon Keith, a member of the Steinbrenner
High Class of 2011, leaves this month for
the U.S. Military Academy. (Photo courtesy
of Keith)

helped catch the eye of Bilirakis and his
panel of hand-picked judges.
Although Keith hasn't always attended
m\ciiircinicr - he was once a Sickles stu-
dent until tcilnbrciincr was opened in 2009
- he found the transition there to be filled
with supportive figures everywhere.
"The administration and everyone at
rtinbrciincr were extremely helpful," Keith
said. "Everyone was really interested and
eager to provide assistance."
Slated to leave June 24 for basic training,
Keith admits that the new lifestyle is defi-
nitely going to be "a big change."
"I'm definitely nervous," Keith admitted.
"But overall I'm really looking forward to
the entire experience."
Had he not decided on West Point, Keith
planned to study at eitherAuburn or Embry-
Riddle and participate in ROTC. Now,
everything's about to change.
"My goal is to do well atWest Point and
do the best with whatever the future has in
store," Keith said."I felt I've had a calling to
serve. My vision of what's to come will be
clear with my time at West Point."


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HEALTH & WELLNESS


TAD conference set for June 27
The 2011 The American Dream (TAD)
conference will be on Monday, June 27 at
37912 ChurchAve. in Dade City.The focus
of the event this year will be teaching peo-
ple about their healthcare options. The
agenda for the day includes:
-Health insurance options: subsidized,
unsubsidized and private plans at 9 a.m.
-Pasco health data: disparities, health
needs and issues at 10 a.m.
-Pasco health recourses: services, prod-
ucts and support at 11 a.m.
-Legislative health update: 2011 fore-
cast, funding and revisions at 1 p.m.
For more information on the event, call
(352) 518-2000 ext. 9012.

Senior driving class June 13
University Community Hospital will
host a driving class for senior citizens in its
auditorium, 3100 E. Fletcher Ave., on
Monday, June 13 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.The
course is called DriveAlive 55 and is de-
signed to help those getting their first
driver license or those looking to brush up
on the basics. Some may receive discounts
on the insurance for completing the class.
The cost is $12 forAARP members, $14 for
others. For more information, call (877)
482-4362.

Healthy pregnancy course June 16
The Women's Center at University
Community Hospital, 3100 E. FletcherAve.,
will host a course for those who want to
learn how to have a healthy pregnancy on
Thursday,June 16 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Dr.


Allison Polender will lead the free class.
Light refreshments will be served. For
more information or to sign up, call (877)
482-4362.

Surgical weight loss seminar
The Surgical Weight Loss Center at
University Community Hospital offers a
multi-disciplinary, hospital-based program
that addresses all elements of losing
weight on Saturday,June 23 from 10-11:30
a.m. Dr. John Dietrick will lead the free
seminar at 3000 Medical Park Drive Suite
490. For more information or to sign up,
call (813) 615-7077.

Mended Hearts support group
University Community Hospital's
Mended Hearts support group will have its
monthly meeting on Thursday, June 23
from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Pepin Heart
Hospital, 3100 E. Fletcher Ave. The free
group helps heart patients and their fami-
lies live a healthy life. For more
information, call (877) 482-4362.

Brain research volunteers needed
The University of South Florida School
of Aging Studies is looking for volunteers
for its brain research investigations. For in-
formation about participating, call (813)
974-6703.

Breast cancer support group
University Community Hospital's breast
cancer support group will meet on
Thursday, June 28 from 5-6 p.m. at
LifeHope Medical Offices, 3000 Medical


Park Drive Suite 490.The free group offers
both women and men currently being
treated for breast cancer, or breast cancer
survivors, a supportive environment. For
more information, call (877) 482-4362.

Running for Leukemia Society
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
is recruiting those interested in being
trained by endurance sports training pro-
gram, Team in Training. Those in the
program compete in full and half
marathons, distance bike rides and
triathlons while raising money to find
cures for blood cancer. For more informa-
tion, call (813) 963-6461 ext. 22 or visit
www.teamintrainig.org/sun.

Specialized hearing devices
The Deaf and Hearing Connection for
Tampa Bay offers free specialized tele-
phones and ring-signaling devices to
Florida residents. Equipment is available by
appointment.To schedule a time, call (813)
952-6625 or (800) 222-3448, or visit
www.ftri.org.

Postpartum depression class
The LongTermAcute Care Hospital at
Connerton, 9441 Health Center Drive in
Land O' Lakes, will have a course to help
women dealing with postpartum depres-
sion on Thursday, June 30 from 7-8 p.m.
Registered nurse June Vineyard from the
Women's Center at University
Community Hospital will lead the free
course. For more information, call (877)
4824362.


Diabetes educational classes
The Diabetes and Endocrinology
Institute at University Community Hospital
offers comprehensive diabetes education
programs taught by certified instructors.
Evening, half-day and weekend class op-
tions are available. A doctor's referral is
needed to register. For a list of meeting
times, call (813) 615-7262.

Robotic surgery for women class
The Women's Center at University
Community Hospital will host a class to
help women understand surgical, mini-
mally invasive options.The free course is
onThursday,July 21 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
at 3100 E. FletcherAve.The event is pre-
sented by Drs. Amy Solomon, Michael
Morris and Sonja Perkins. For more infor-
mation, call (877) 4824362.

Immunization during pregnancy
The Women's Center at University
Community Hospital will host a class to
help women decide if they should receive
immunizations while pregnant. The free
course is onThursday,Aug. 18 from 6:30-
7:30 p.m. at 3100 E. FletcherAve. Dr. Judith
Barreiro will lead the event. For more in-
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City considers refunding some


customers' utility deposits


The Laker staff report

Residential customers who had utility
service with the City of Zephyrhills who
have appropriately maintained their accounts
may soon be receiving refunds of utility de-
posits they made when their service began.
The City Council approved the first read-
ing of a resolution at its Monday, June 13,
meeting regarding the new policy.
Individuals who are eligible for the re-
funds must have been residential utility
customers prior to Aug. 11,2008 said a mem-
orandum provided by the city.Additionally,
customers must have had uninterrupted
service for a period of not less than 24 con-
tinuous monthly billing cycles; have had no
checks returned for insufficient funds or oth-
erwise for at least 12 months; had no
turn-offs for at least 12 months; and had no
late fees for at least 12 consecutive months.
There will be no provision for refunds
for residential customers whose utility serv-
ices began since Aug. 12, 2008.A refund of
the deposit for those customers will be
made after their accounts have been closed,
the memo said.
The refunds will be in a manner by
which the city chooses after records have
been analyzed to determine who is eligible
for the refunds.The refunds will be issued at
various times as established by the city.
Customers who do not meet the above
criteria will have their deposit applied to
their final bill and any unused balance will
be refunded, without interest, to the individ-
ual listed on the account.


An effort will be made to better educate
customers about the utility deposit refund
program prior to the council having a sec-
ond reading - and possible adoption - of
the resolution during the next meeting
scheduled for 6 p.m. on MondayJune 27.
In other business Monday, the council:
-Agreed to pay 2.75 percent of city em-
ployees' salaries, effective June 23, to the
Florida Retirement System.A change in state
law will require state employees to con-
tribute 3 percent of their salary to the
Florida Retirement System effective July 1.
Council decided to make the 2.75 per-
cent payments on the employees' behalf
through Sept. 30, which is the end of the
current fiscal year.This action was taken be-
cause city employees have not received a
pay increase for the past three years, said a
memorandum presented to the council.
Making the employees pay the 3 percent to
the Florida Retirement System would result
in their having a pay cut, said a memoran-
dum provided by the council.
The 2.75 percent payments will be made
out of the city's General Fund, Utility Fund
and Airport Fund.
Employees would have to pay $47,193
during the 100-day time period if they made
3 percent contributions to the Florida
Retirement System. The city will pay
$47,088 by making the 2.75 percent pay-
ment for the same time period.
It is not known if the city will continue
to make such contributions on employees'
behalf during the new fiscal year that begins
Oct. 1.


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Wound center wins third straight award


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Wounds have nowhere to hide in east
Pasco County
For the third consecutive year, the
Center forWound Healing and Hyperbaric
Medicine in Zephyrhills has earned the
Center of Distinction award in recognition
of its high patient satisfaction, exceptional
healing results and outstanding clinical
outcomes.The center was also given the
Robert A. Warriner Center of Excellence
Award for delivering high wound healing
results.
The center, part of Pasco Regional
Medical Center in Dade City, has exceeded
the clinical requirements for these awards
with a current healing rate of 97 percent
and 24 days to heal and patient satisfaction
rating of 94 percent. The current national
average is a healing rate of 92 percent and
28 days to heal.
I am extremely proud of this clinical
team," center program director Paige Myers
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cians are excellent clinicians.They put in a


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FAITH & WORSHIP


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. everyWednesday
Bible Study 7 p.m. eachWednesday
The FRESH Youth Group meets at 5:00
p.m. on Wednesdays.
First Saturday at First Church meets at 6
p.m. the first Saturday of each month in
the Fellowship Hall.
"Walkers" meet in Zephyr Park at the
bandstand at 7:30 a.m. Thursday and
Saturday and 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
Visit us at www.firstpcz.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, contact
Pastor John Reichard at 813-300-7693.
First Baptist Church
First Baptist Church of Zephyrhills,
38231 Fifth Avenue Sunday services are
Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.,Worship serv-
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p.m. Mid-week service Wednesday at 6:30
p.m.
"Sunrise Prayer Warriors" meet every
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Vacation Bible School for ages 4 years
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from 6:30 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.
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Preferred Referrals Networking Inc. is
hosting a business mixer from 5:30-7:30
p.m.June 16 at Remingtons xtca.ikhd ,iic in
Wesley Chapel. Karaoke starts at 8 p.m.
Cost is $10 and includes a glass or wine or
draft beer. Half the proceeds will go to The
Florida Exotic Bird Sanctuary. For
information, call Edna Dunston at (813)
875-3177 or Les Saland at (813) 995-0292.

CONSERVATIVE CLUB
The Conservative Club of East Pasco will
meet at the Sundance Mobile Home Park
clubhouse at 12 noon June 20. Guest
speaker is Jane Cordero of the Concerned
Women forAmerica of Florida, a U.S.
coalition of conservative women that
promotes Biblical values and family
traditions. For information, visit
www.conservativeclubofeastpasco.org.


DEMOCRATIC CLUB
The East Pasco Democratic Club will meet
from 6:30-8 p.m.June 20 atWesley Chapel
Nissan, 28518 SR 54. Guest speaker is Susan
Smith from Democracy for America, to
discuss an upcoming campaign-training
program. For information, call Diane Parker
at (813) 312-9093 or (813) 788-6743.

NORTH TAMPA CHAMBER
The North Tampa Chamber of Commerce
will host Coffee Connection from 7:30-9
a.m.June 22 at Mattress Firm, 14454 N. Dale
Mabry Hwy Refreshments available.
Admission is free.To RSVP call Laura Jones
at (813) 968-7504.

VOLUNTEER OPEN HOUSE
HPH Hospice will host a volunteer
recruitment ice cream social open house
from 1-3 p.m.June 22 at the team office,
37445 ClintonAve. in Dade City. Learn how
your talents can benefit our patients and
family members. For information, call Diana
Unger at (352) 518-1400 or visit www.hph-
hospice.net.

KIDS STUFF
FREE 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 21,22 and 23 are Diary
of a Wimpy Kid and How to TrainYour
Dragon. Grove 16 is located at 6333 Wesley
Grove Blvd. inWesley Chapel. For
information, call (813) 948-5444.

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provides musical outreach
through songs of worship by
chart-topping artists.The band
performs weekly at the First
United Methodist Church of
Zephyrhills. For information, call
the church at (813) 782-5645.

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for children ages 8-14. Classes are from 1-
5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Cost is $125 per
week and includes all supplies.
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Saturday at the gallery. Classes are limited
to 10 children. HiBrow is located at 14125
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It is not uncommon
for people in there 50s
and 60s to withdraw
from activities with
family and friends
because they cannot
hear or understand
S what others are saying.
Dr. AmyCharrier "They miss a word
here, a phrase there, and soon find them-
selves lost in the conversation," said Dr.
Amy Charrier, one of the Audiologists at
Tampa Ear, Nose, and Throat Associates
in Wesley Chapel and Tampa.
Many people associate hearing loss
with old age. People don't want to
acknowledge they have a hearing problem
so they begin to isolate themselves from
social gatherings, Charrier said.
"Usually the spouse or a co-worker is
the first to realize something is going on,"
said Charrier. "One of the first signs of
hearing loss is when the person who has
the hearing loss complains that their
spouse or friends are mumbling."
When a spouse or friend finally con-
vinces their loved one to see an
Audiologist, most patients are surprised at
how far hearing aids have come in recent
years, both in size and quality.
"New technology has resulted in hear-
ing aids being smaller than ever - so
small they are rarely noticed by others,"
said Charrier. "There is even new wireless
technology that connects a person's hear-
ing aid directly to their television, cell
phone or IPod."
Many of Charrier's patients have suf-
fered hearing loss from the normal aging
process, loud hobbies, or work environ-
ments.
"We see a lot of folks with hearing
damage caused by rock concerts or loud
music, power tools, firecrackers, motorcy-
cles, and guns because people aren't wear-


CLASS IS IN SESSION
HABITAT SEMINAR
Habitat for Humanity of East & Central
Pasco is offering a free class titled "Why am I
a 678?" at 6 p.m.June 20 at the Dade City
Business Center, 15000 Citrus Country
Drive.The class will cover credit reports and
scores. For information, call (352) 567-1444.


ing ear protection," said Charrier.
"If you have ringing in your ears, or a
sense of fullness or pressure, there's a good
chance you may have some hearing loss.
Unfortunately, it only takes one loud
boom to affect your hearing," she said.
Many people initially go to an
Audiologist because their hearing loss is
.tti.ri.. their job, particularly when in a
meeting or having to talk on the phone.
"We see a lot of teachers, police officers,
business people, even pilots," said
Charrier.
While there is still some stigma associ-
ated with hearing aids, Charrier says it is
lessening as more baby boomers enter
their 60s and begin to wear hearing aids.
"We tell patients that people notice
them asking for things to be repeated
much more than they notice a hearing aid
in the ear," said Charrier.
Most people with a hearing loss can be
fitted successfully with hearing aids, said
Charrier. We have three Doctors of
Audiology at our office, and our goal is to
give all of our patients the best hearing
they can possibly get.
Hearing aids prescribed at Tampa ENT
Associates range in price from $750 to
$3200 and come with a three-year war-
ranty.

FREE HEARING TESTS
The medical group where Dr.
Charrier practices, Tampa Ear Nose and
Throat Associates, is sponsoring an
open house next Tuesday and
Wednesday, June 21-22, to provide free
hearing tests and hearing aid demonstra-
tions. Those attending the open house
will receive a free two-week trial of a
hearing aid suited for them. Call (813)
972-3353 to reserve a spot for a free
hearing test with Dr. Amy Charrier, Dr.
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Sunshine Athletic Conference spring all stars


The Sunshine Athletic Conference
(SAC) has released its all-conference
spring team. Coaches in the 13 public high
schools in Pasco County vote on whom
they think deserve the honor. All informa-
tion is as recorded by SAC executive
secretary Keith Newton. Local students
who made the list include:

SAC BASEBALL EAST FIRSTTEAM
-PJohn Michael Gant, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-C Gino Pepenella, Sr., Land O' Lakes
-C Chris Klunder, Sr.,Wesley Chapel
-INF Geoff DeGroot, Sr.,Wesley Chapel
-INF David Perez, Sr., Land O' Lakes
-INF Cole Stancil, Sr., Pasco
-INFTrae Urban, Sr., Land O' Lakes
-OF Trey Dudley-Giles,Jr., Pasco
-OF Drew Mitchell, Sr.,Wesley Chapel
-OF ZachWhite,Jr.,Wesley Chapel
Second team
-P Brandon Mumaw, Sr.,Wesley Chapel
-C Tyler Brock, Sr., Pasco
-INF Mike Campoamor, Fr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-INF Mike Mateyka, So., Sunlake
-INF Josh Nissen, So., Land O' Lakes
-INF Devin Rogers, Sr.,Zephyrhills
-OF Michael Barrone,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-OF Marcus Posluszny,Sr., Sunlake
-OF CaseyYingling, Sr., Zephyrhills
East Co-Players of theYear: Geoff DeGroot,Wesley
Chapel;Trae Urban, Land O' Lakes

SAC SOFTBALL EAST FIRSTTEAM
-P Courtney Brandt, Sr., Pasco
-C Meghan Sfraga,jr., Land O' Lakes
-INF Lizzy Burchfield, So., Pasco
-INF Jordan Lane, So., Pasco
-INF Alex Rogers, Sr., Sunlake
-INF Mary Sorgenfrei,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-OF Courtney Durbin,Jr., Sunlake
-OF Chloe Fletcher, Sr., Sunlake
-OF Kelli Parker, So., Pasco
-DP Lauren Pasquale, Sr., Zephyrhills
Second team
-PTyler Riendeau, Sr., Sunlake
-C Brianna Blanyar,jr.,Zephyrhills
-INF Sarah Burchfield,jr., Pasco
-INF Tori Jordan, So., Zephyrhills
-INF Kelsey McGough,So.,Wesley Chapel
-INF Ashley Orta, Sr., Sunlake
-OF EmilyAustin, Sr., Land O' Lakes
-OFVanessa Mills,Jr., Pasco
-OF AnnMarie Ricchino,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-DP Emily Pennington,Jr., Pasco
East Player of theYear: Courtney Brandt, Pasco
East Coach of theYear: Lisa Herndon, Pasco

SAC BOYSTRACKAND FIELD
-Jamal Roberts,Jr., Zephyrhills, 100 meter
-Cliff Philips, Sr., Pasco, 200 meter
-Anthony Plourde, Sr., Pasco, 1,600 meter
-Ryan Pulsifer, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch, 3,200 meter
-Joel Fauntleroy, Sr., Sunlake, I 10-meter hurdles
-Joel Fauntleroy, Sr., Sunlake, 300-meter hurdles
-Hunter Joyer, Sr.,Wesley Chapel, shot put
-Travis Manecke, So.,Wiregrass Ranch, discus
-Hakeeme Ishmar, Sr., Pasco, long jump


-Jamal Roberts,Josh Shaffer,Adrian Sanchez and Brad Wing;
Zephyrhills 4x100-meter relay team
-MarcAvadikian,Jamal Roberts,Adrian Sanchez and Brad
Wing; Zephyrhills 4x400-meter relay team
-lan Cassette,Tyler Mattera,josh Reilly and Logan Seizer;
Wiregrass Ranch 4x800-meter relay team
Second team
-Cliff Phillips, Sr., Pasco, 100 meter
-Thomas Fee,Jr.,Wesley Chapel, 400 meter
-Josh Reilly, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch, 1,600 meter
-Anthony Plourde, Sr., Pasco, 3,200 meter
-Jonathan Sanders, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch, 300-meter hurdles
-Alex Katzanski, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch, pole vault
-Kiam Olan,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch, long jump
-Hakeeme Ishmar, Sr., Pasco, triple jump
-Deyon Cox, Brenden Edmonds, Devon Henry and Hunter
Joyer;Wesley Chapel 4x 00-meter relay team
-Deyon Cox, Brenden Edmonds,Thomas Fee and Cody
Walker;Wesley Chapel 4x400-meter relay team
-Hendrix Lafontant,Travis Nichols,Tyler Stahl and Chris
Wilkinson; Land O' Lakes 4x800-meter relay team
Third team
-Jamel Nunz,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch, 100 meter
-Clayton Ward, So., Land O' Lakes, 400 meter
-Josh Reilly, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch, 800 meter
-CodyWalker, Sr.,Wesley Chapel, 100-meter hurdles
-Larenz johnson, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch, 300-meter hurdles
-Travis Manecke, So.,Wiregrass Ranch, shot put
-Hunter Joyer, Sr.,Wesley Chapel discus
-Janarion Grant, So., Pasco, triple jump
-Dylan Bordelon, Larenz johnson,Jamel Nunez and Antwan
Prince;Wiregrass Ranch 4x100-meter relay team
-Dylan Bordelon, lan Cassette, Larenz johnson and Jonathan
Sanders;Wiregrass Ranch 4x400-meter relay team
-Dylan Dunbar, Peter Mencandeane,Anthony Plourde and
JeffWilks; Pasco 4x800-meter relay team
Coach of theYear: Phil Kerr,Wiregrass Ranch

SAC GIRLSTRACKTEAM
-Lindsay Heyser,Jr.,Wesley Chapel, pole vault
-NicoleWoodard, Sr., Land O' Lakes, high jump
-NicoleWoodard, Sr., Land O' Lakes, long jump
-Julia Hines,Aaliyah McKenzie,AlexandriaVera and Kara
Young; Zephyrhills 4x1 00-meter relay team
-Kayla DeLoach, Makayla Strickland, Kelsey Sturman and
MarissaTomei;Wiregrass Ranch 4x400-meter relay team
-Elise Cedre, Marissa Davis,Alex Diepholz and Ariel Grey;
Wiregrass Ranch 4x800-meter relay team
Second team
-Ravin Gilbert,Jr.,Wesley Chapel, 100 meter
-Ravin Gilbert,Jr.,Wesley Chapel, 200 meter
-Hallie Grimes, Fr., Land O' Lakes, 400 meter
-Alex Diepholz, So.,Wiregrass Ranch, 800 meter
-Ariel Grey, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch, 1,600 meter
-Ariel Grey, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch, 3,200 meter
-Abby Hudak, So.,Wesley Chapel, pole vault
-Courtney Prengaman, So.,Wesley Chapel, high jump
-SamanthaAustin, Hallie Grimes,Alyssa Lonsway and Nicole
Woodard; Land O' Lakes 4x100-meter relay team
-SamanthaAustin, Hallie Grimes,Alyssa Lonsway and Nicole
Woodard; Land O' Lakes 4x400-meter relay team
Third team
-KaraYoung, Fr., Zephyrhills, 100 meter
-KaraYoung, Fr., Zephyrhills, 200 meter
-Kayla DeLoach, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch, 400 meter
-Shah Nikita, So.,Wiregrass Ranch, 1,600 meter
-Shah Nikita, So.,Wiregrass Ranch, 3,200 meter
-Sarah Reamer, Sr.,Wesley Chapel, pole vault
-Desiree Nathe, Fr., Pasco, high jump


-Aaliyah McKenzie, Fr., Zephyrhills, long jump
-Hannah Eder, So.,Wiregrass Ranch,triple jump
-Teshanna Futch,jr., Pasco, shot put
-Brandi Batchelor,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch, discus
-A.J. Blount, Hannah Eder, Marissa Tomei and Toni Tomei;
Wiregrass Ranch 4x100-meter relay team
-Bria Henry,julia Hines,jamiesha Parker and LindsayWarner;
Zephyrhills 4x400-meter relay team
Field Event Player of theYear: NicoleWoodard, Land O' Lakes
Co-Coach of theYear: Don Howard,Wiregrass Ranch

SAC BOYSTENNIS FIRSTTEAM
-Eric Busch,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Courage Okungbowa, So.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Spencer Ong, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Colin Roller,jr., Land O' Lakes
-Cameron Roth, Sr.,Wesley Chapel
Second team
-Jamie Feliciano,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Dan Helfrich,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch
Third team
-Jacob Guy, Jr., Pasco
Player of theYear: Courage Okungbowa,Wiregrass Ranch
Coach of theYear: Dave Wilson,Wiregrass Ranch

SAC GIRLSTENNIS FIRSTTEAM
-Mady Johnson, Fr., Pasco
-Hannah Still, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-SarahVande Berg,r., Zephyrhills
Second team
-Katie Bonti,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Wenyi Gu, Sr., Land O' Lakes
-Sydney Owens, Fr., Zephyrhills
Third team
-Linzi Arndt,Jr., Land O' Lakes
-Jordanyn6 Fye,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch
-Rebecca Pelham,Jr., Pasco
-Norah Taylor,jr., Pasco
Honorable Mention
-JinnyTrang Lu,Wesley Chapel
-Jackie Simpson, Sunlake

SAC BOYSWEIGHTLIFTING FIRSTTEAM
-Dean Bui,Jr.,Sunlake, 129 pounds
-Rashaud Daniels, r., Sunlake, 154 pounds
-John Michael, Sr., Sunlake, 169 pounds
-Mark Landry, Sr., Sunlake, 199 pounds
-Hunter Joyer,Sr.,Wesley Chapel, 238 pounds
-Nate McCoole, Sr., Sunlake, heavyweight
Second team
-John Ashford, So., Pasco, I 19 pounds
-Kyle Fraser,jr., Sunlake, 154 pounds
-Devario Mathis,jr., Zephyrhills, 169 pounds
-Dalton Szymborski, So., Pasco, 183 pounds
-Hakeeme Ishmar, Sr., Pasco, 199 pounds
-Julius Davis, Sr., Pasco, 219 pounds
-Jamal Carter, Sr., Pasco, heavyweight
Third team
-Jack Halloway, So., Sunlake, I 19 pounds
-Kevin Lopez, So., Sunlake, 129 pounds
-Bryan Brown, Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch, 154 pounds
-Alex Strickland,Jr., Pasco, 219 pounds
-Jordan Mills,Jr., Sunlake, 238 pounds
Honorable mention
-Carlos Osorno, So., Land O' Lakes, 139 pounds
Lifter of theYear: Hunter Joyer,Wesley Chapel
Coach of theYear: Matt Smith, Sunlake


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Rogers leads Wildcats athletics into the future |


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com
Mike Rogers is a novice athletic director,
but he is overflowing with years of experi-
ence from coaching and playing sports in
Pasco County.
Rogers, 37, was hired as
Wesley Chapel High's athletic
director (AD) on May 23, the
first time he has served as an
AD in high school.
"I'm excited to take on this
position," Rogers said."I'm hop-
ing to work closely with the
coaches and student-athletes to
develop a quality athletic pro-
gram."
The decision to apply for Mike Rogers
the position was an easy one
for Rogers.
"I've always had a passion for athletics
and grew up playing sports," Rogers said."I
enjoy working with students and I'm look-
ing to bring a new level of excitement to
Wildcats athletics."
Rogers did not have any immediate
changes in mind for the department, but is
instead working to build connections to
help him guide all the programs in the fu-
ture.
"I want to develop relationships with the
coaches and students to bring everyone to-
gether," Rogers said."I want to get everyone
at the school and in the community excited
about our athletics. I'm new at this, so I'm
also working to find what my role and re-
sponsibilities should be so that I don't do
too much or too little. I need to find the
right balance to let the coaches coach."
It is that attitude and desire to work with
coaches and students that set Rogers apart
from the other applicants, according to
Wesley Chapel principal Carin Nettles.


"Mike was chosen for his ability to con-
nect with students, parents, coaches,
administration and the community," Nettles
said. "He is thorough in his approach, fair,
honest and his attention to detail is second
to none. Mike has coached multiple sports
during his tenure as a teacher, and is a
strong leader here at Wesley
Chapel High School."
Rogers grew up in Holiday
and played baseball and soccer
while attending Gulf High. He
worked at Mitchell for six years
as an instructional assistant be-
fore coming to Wesley Chapel
two years ago.
Rogers works in the student
support assistance program
(SSAP), which helps kids stay
in school and succeed. He has
been the Wildcats junior varsity girls soccer
coach the last two years and was the boys
cross country leader in 2010. He is unsure if
he will remain at the helm of those pro-
grams next year.
The newAD replaces Steve Mumaw, who
served at the post the last six years. Mumaw
resigned the position in May citing a desire
to spend more time with his family.
"It just takes up too much of my time
and it took away from my family life,"
Mumaw said."I loved working with the kids,
but it's time for someone else to step in."
Mumaw will remain as an electives
teacher and said he hopes to remain as the
pitching coach for the baseball team.
As for his replacement, Rogers said he
would like to fast-forward several months
and years to see what the department be-
comes.
"I'm focused on building up all the pro-
grams in the present so we can be excited
in the future," Rogers said."I'm hopeful of
what's to come."


Liana Smith is one of 32 ath-
letes from East Pasco
Gymnastics who will be compet- Siblings Megan and Alyson Partain, Rachel and Sunina
ing this weekend at regionals. Bissett and Kyleigh and Emily Weiser will all be compet-
(Photos courtesy of Lisa Pitts) ing at regionals.

East Pasco Gym sends 32 to regionals
East Pasco Gymnastics, 35934 SR 54 in Zephyrhills,will be well represented in the first ever
AAU Southeast Regional meet in Charlotte, N.C. on June 18 and 19.The gym has athletes main-
ly from Zephyrhills, Dade City and Wesley Chapel. For more information on the gym, visit
www.eastpascogymnastics.com or call (813) 715-7400.Those who will be representing Florida at
the meet include:


Level 2
Hannah Butler, 7 and youngerTeam A
Sydney Stanaland,9 and younger Team A
Baylee Todd, 9 and youngerTeam A
Rachel Bissett, 9 and youngerTeam A
Paige Jacobs, 9 and youngerTeam B
Nicole Windsor, 10 and olderTeamA
Lauren Burgess, 10 and olderTeamA
Liana Smith, 10 and olderTeamA
Kayla McCarty, 10 and olderTeamA
Level 3
Alyson Partain*,8 and youngerTeam A
ReillyWhritenour, 8 and youngerTeam A
KylieWeiser, 8 and youngerTeam B
Alexis McFarland,8 and youngerTeam B
Tifani Farquhar, age 9 and 10 Team A
ClaireWeisbein,age 9 and 10 Team A
DelanieWhitfield, age 9 and I TeamA
Julianna Mazza, age 9 and 10 Team B


Sunina Bissett, age 9 and 10 Team B
Victoria Neukom*, II and olderTeamA
Jessie Hart, I I and olderTeamA
MelissaTipton, II and olderTeamA
MadisonTilton, II and olderTeamA
Level 4
EmilyWeiser, age 9 and OTeamA
Kayleigh Ross, age 9 and 10 Team A
Megan Partain, age 9 and lOTeam B
Emily Rivera*, II and olderTeamA
Lyndra Davis, II and olderTeamA
Modified Optional
TaylorWatson, II and youngerTeamA
Skyler McCoy, 12 and olderTeamA
Mya Neal, 12 and older Team B
Ashley Morris, 12 and olderTeam B
Julia Blankenbaker, 12 and olderTeam B
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SummerYouth Football Camp
Wesley Chapel High football coach Ben
Alford and his staff will have a football camp
June 20-23 from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. at the school,
30651 Wells Road inWesley Chapel.The cost
is $65 per athlete.Those interested should
bring cleats,gym shorts,T-shirt and socks.
"This will be a great opportunity for you
and your parents to see what we can offer as
a football program," Alford said. "Stay after
camp to cheer on the Wildcats."
For more information, e-mail Alford at dal-
ford@pasco.kl 2.fl.us.

WCAA travel baseball tryouts
TheWesley Chapel Athletic Association's
baseball program will have player tryouts for
allAAU teams in mid-July.The tryouts are to
find the top players to fill the 8U, 9U, IOU,
I I U, 12U and I3U age group teams.All inter-
ested players who would like to try out for a
position should email baseball@wcaafla.org.

Wesley Chapel Cowboys football
TheWesley Chapel Cowboys youth tackle
football program,which plays atWesley Chapel
District Park, is currently registering players for
its upcoming fall season, its 10th anniversary.
Players ages 12-14 interested in signing up
should visit wcaa.countmein.com. Players must
not weigh more than 165 pounds.The season
is 10 games long with playoffs at the end.All
equipment and uniforms will be provided.
The Cowboys will, for the first time, host
the 2011 Gulf Coast Youth Football
Conference Super Bowl, either atWiregrass
Ranch or Wesley Chapel high school in
November.The program has won four cham-
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The Florida High School Athletic
Association (FHSAA) released its Academic
Team Champions for spring sports, which
include baseball, softball, boys weightlifting,
boys and girls tennis, boys and girls track
and field and flag football.
Teams with a combined grade point av-
erage (GPA) higher than 3.0 were ranked
against others within the same classifica-
tion. Of the seven spring sports Wiregrass
Ranch High competes in, five made the list.
"We are very proud of the accomplish-
ments of our athletes," said Bulls athletic
director Dave Wilson."They work hard on
and off the playing field, courts and track.All
of our coaches set high expectations for our
student-athletes and we follow through
with tracking them, encouraging them and
getting them help if needed."
Wilson added Wiregrass Ranch several
teachers who volunteer their time as aca-
demic coaches.
The only other area school with teams
making the cut was Sunlake High, which
had six squads represented.
"At Sunlake we are very fortunate to
have great teachers who are also great
coaches," said Russ Schenk, Seahawks' athlet-
ic director."Most of our coaches use some
type of study hall system and give student-
athletes the opportunity for individual
tutors when needed. Student-athletes also
have the opportunity to go to tutoring if
needed."
Wilson is also the Bulls boys tennis
coach which won a Class 3A regional cham-
pionship this year while also posting a
3.604 GPA, higher than any other area team.
"My tennis boys are just very talented on
the court and in the classroom,"Wilson said.

Senior Spencer
Ong and the
Bulls boys tennis
team had the
highest GPA of
any area team on
the FHSAA
Academic
Champions list,
with a 3.604.


Wiregrass Ranch and Sunlake
teams on the list include:

Baseball
Wiregrass Ranch had the seventh high-
est GPA for 4A program at 3.216. No
other area team made the list.
Softball
Wiregrass Ranch topped all area schools
in 4A, posting a 3.398 GPA, the eighth
highest in the state. Sunlake came in
20th with a 3.156.
Boys weightlifting
Sunlake finished in third in IA, the high-
est placing of any squad on the list.The
Seahawks posted a 3.019 GPA. No
other area team made the list.
Boys tennis
TheWiregrass Ranch squad had the
highest overall GPA of any area program
on the list at 3.604.That was good
enough for the fourth highest 3A pro-
gram in the state. Sunlake's squad posted
a 3.377,which was the ninth best in 2A.
Girls tennis
The Seahawks team had 3.530,the 14th
highest in 2A.The Bulls put up a 3.529,
good enough for I Ith best in 3A.
Boys track and field
Sunlake was the only area team on the
list. Seahawks athletes combined for a
3.194, the sixth highest in 3A.
Girls track and field
The Bulls finished with the I Ith best
GPA in 3A, combining for a 3.431.
Sunlake's 3.204 had the 20th highest
GPA in 3A.
For more information on Academic Team
Champions list, visit www.fhsaa.org.


"I have not had to set any special rules for
them. I think the competitive nature of this
group makes them be competitive in the
classroom as well."
Wilson addedWiregrass Ranch has sever-
al teachers who volunteer their time as
academic coaches.
Flag football is only offered in
Hillsborough County and no area team qual-
ified. Boys weightlifting is only a sport in
Pasco County.


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its students, faculty and staff in meaningful
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PEER EVALUATORS
Hillsborough County Public Schools
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2011-12 school year. In addition to kinder-
garten through 12th grade teachers, peer
evaluators for next year will represent
adult education, guidance counselors, hos-
pital homebound, media specialists,
pre-kindergarten and technology special-
ists.
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teachers, observing and conferencing with
them.They also contribute to the employ-
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gardless of whether they are enrolled in
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SPINA, from page 1
rial office in a box."Wilkeson said the coun-
cil knew Spina might not have a permanent
office for a few months after beginning
work as a professor.
"Zephyrhills is a great place to live and to
work," Spina said, adding he and his wife,
Judy, have no plans to move away from
Zephyrhills.
"I'm very happy for Steve," said Jodi
Wilkeson, the council president."I've come
to respect him as a fine leader of people and
someone with a real passion for our city.
We're glad to have Mr. Drumm join us. I
think we looked far and wide for the right
choice for our city and I hope things are
going to work out great with him as well.
We'll be sad to see Steve go, but I'm excited
for him in his professional career as a profes-
sor,"Wilkeson said.
"We appreciate the service that Dr. Spina
has provided. He certainly has kept the train
on the tracks," said Ken Compton, the coun-
cil's vice president.
"We certainly hate to see him go," said
Councilman Lance Smith. "He's done some
great things for the city. He's overseen a lot of
expansion in the city. He's been a great person
to have guiding our city," Smith concluded.
"I think he has some great opportunities
ahead of him, but the city will miss him and
we all wish him well," said Linda Boan,
Zephyrhills city clerk.
"Steve is really a true friend. I feel I've be-
come a better person by knowing him. I'm
sure that whatever he does you'll still know
that he is around,' said Greg First, vice presi-
dent of the Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of
Commerce.


1-75, from page 1
the future."
FDOT statistics from 2010 show that as
many as 75,550 vehicles drive on the two
interstates through the project zone.
"The interstate is being widened accord-
ing to the master plan for the interstate
system in the Tampa Bay area, which calls
for at least three lanes in each direction to
reduce congestion and improve safety,"
McShaffrey said."Finishing this section will
complete 1-275 widening north of down-
town and will also work in conjunction
with the coming widening of 1-75."
The southern end of the project is al-
ready underway. It started in fall 2009 and
includes improvements to the SR 56 exit
ramps from both 1-275 and I-75.That por-
tion comes with a $29.9 million price tag
and is scheduled to be finished in the fall of
2015.
Additionally, construction crews began
the $20.5 million widening of 1-275 from
Bearss to where it splits with I-75 from four
to six lanes, a stretch of 5.7 miles. New lanes
will not be added in the 2.3-mile stretch
where the Hillsborough and southern-most
Pasco projects meet.
"In that location the new exit ramps are
very long and will act as the widened lanes,"
McShaffrey said.
The remaining widening in Pasco is not
yet fully funded and parts are still about a
year from starting, but FDOT spokeswoman
Kris Carson said it will happen.
The first step is to take the 4.3-mile
stretch of 1-75 from just south of SR 56 to
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"He has had a very positive impact on
Zephyrhills. He has been a great asset to the
city and he will be missed," said Billy Poe,
Dade City's city manager. Poe had worked in
the Zephyrhills planning department for five
years prior to going to work for Dade City
three years ago.
Spina was a journalist prior to working
for the city.
"You can't be successful without good
employees. Zephyrhills city employees have
done such a good job that they have made
me look good," Spina said. He received sever-
al standing ovations during brief remarks in
which he humbly accepted the accolades
that were being lavishly bestowed upon
him.
A hands-on city manager, Spina had a rep-
utation for getting out and about to keep his
finger on the city's pulse.
A new police station and a new fire sta-
tion were built during his stint as city
manager.
Also, two major new shopping complex-
es - the Walmart Supercenter and Zephyr
Commons - were both developed on the
city's north side. A YMCA opened in
Zephyrhills; and Bentley Commons at
Zephyrhills, a premier senior independent
living community, opened on Pretty Pond
Road.Two other large apartment complexes
- Grand Reserve and Fort King Colony - are
being developed.
Also, Zephyrhills was able to attract Sysco
Food Services to purchase 64 acres near
Chancey Road and Sixth Street for a 393,000-
square-foot distribution center.The sagging
economy has slowed Sysco's plans to devel-
op the site that would employ 250 people.


cost of $22.5 million.That job is fully funded
and began in March. It will also improve
drainage and add overhead signage and
high-mast lighting. There will be periodic
lane closures from 8 p.m.-5 a.m.
The project will be complicated near the
Tampa North Aero Park inWesley Chapel, as
that facility is very close to the existing
lanes. The new roadway will shift slightly
east, which will avoid the small airport and
reduced the price of right-of-way land pur-
chase.
The widening from SR 56 to SR 54 is
scheduled for completion by fall 2012, but
McShaffrey said the job is well ahead of that
pace.
"It is likely this project will finish around
eight months ahead of schedule,"
McShaffrey said.
The next step is to take 1-75 from four to
six lanes from SR 54 to north of SR 52, a
stretch of about 16 miles. It will also include
resurfacing the existing lanes,lengthening
of the interstate's bridge over SR 52 to ac-
commodate the state road's future widening
and building a new loop ramp to allow
more drivers facing west on SR 52 to enter
1-75.
Very little of the SR 54 to SR 52 widening
is funded, with only $6 million allocated to-
ward funding.
The northern portion will expand 1-75
from four to six lanes from just north of SR
52 to the Hernando County Line, a distance
of about 10 miles. FDOT has allocated $13.8
million for right-of-way land purchases and
$3.3 million for design, but the actual con-
struction is not yet funded.


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TheLAKER JUNE 15,2011 FREE Zephyrhills/Dade City EditionBetmar plays host to summer doubles eventBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comWalt Shine and Chuck Brayman had never played as a shuffleboard team before,but the two managed to take home the Summer National Championship Any Doubles title at Betmar in Zephyrhills June 7.Shine,of Zephyrhills,usually plays with Jerry Brandon,but the latter could not play because of kidney problems.Brayman,of Leesburg,generally pairs with Gary McLaughlin,but he returned to New York for the summer.It is the first national championship for both players,making the late combination somewhat of a surprise. "My partner couldn't play,so Earl Ball helped the two of us come together,"Shine said."Chuck agreed,so here we are.I always expect to win when I play,but it doesn't always happen.I play to win,but win or lose I have fun." 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Brayman has been playing since 1991,but had to fight through pain to win his first U.S.championship.He has been suffering from four bone spurs in his neck for the last few months and will be having surgery to remove them shortly. The tournament was played June 6-7 and had 32,two-player teams, seven women and 25 men pairings. The event has been played at Betmar the last four years,but it will be moving to Lakeland and played in May next year. For more information on shuffleboard in Florida,visit the Florida Shuffleboard Association's website at www.fsa-shuffleboard.org.Shine,Brayman win first national championship Walt Shine, right, and Chuck Brayman took home the Summer National Championship Any Doubles title at Betmar Shuffle Club June 7. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono)By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comDrivers who frequent the I-75/I-275 split at the Hillsborough/Pasco county line have seen the beginning of the multi-stage,multi-million dollar project to widen the interstates.The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is expanding the roadways from Bearss Avenue in Hillsborough to the Pasco/Hernando county line north of SR 52.Expected completion is 2015.The overall idea to widen the interstates will relieve high traffic volume due to increasing population in northern Hillsborough and central and east Pasco counties. "It's been on the radar for a while," said John McShaffrey,FDOT Public Information Officer."The Tampa interstate study goes back to the 1980s.It wasn't needed back then,but they could see there'd be a need for a widening in Increased traffic on I-75 and I-275 has forced the Florida Department of Transportation to widen both interstates. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)See I-75,page21 The One Second dance team from Peggy's Dance Place in Zephyrhills. Top Row, from left: Amber Parham, Danielle Brite, Taylor McKell, Kayla Prevatt, Abby Vincent, Alexandra Harwell. Middle Row: Marissa Pash, Kaytie Odom, Brianna Prevatt, Sera Knowlton. Bottom Row: Alyssa Wyatt, Emily Kirk, Abigail Wilder.The Laker staff reportSteve Spina was honored Monday,June 13,for his 24 years of service to the City of Zephyrhills. Spina,57,is retiring as city manager Wednesday,June 15,after leading the city for 15 years.Spina worked in the city's planning department from 1987 through 1996,giving him a total of 24 years of service to the city. Spina was named city manager following the untimely death in January 1996 of Nick Nichols,the city manager who had hired him in 1987.About 100 people attended a hail and farewell reception in City Council chambers from 5 to 6 p.m.The event was organized and sponsored by the Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce to recognize Spina for his contributions to the city and to welcome James Drumm as the new city manager.Spina was presented the chamber's Distinguished Service Award during Monday's meeting.Other awards Spina has received over the years from the chamber include Leadership in Government and Community on two occasions,Leadership in Youth Encouragement and Guidance, Chamber Member of the Year and Citizen of the Year. Mayor W.Cliff McDuffie and others referred to Spina as the best city manager in Florida while honoring him Monday. He plans to take some time off during the summer,said Spina,who recently earned a doctorate from the University of Florida. He hopes to teach at the college level in the fall,Spina said.He has put out some feelers, but does not currently have a teaching position lined up,Spina continued. Council members gave Spina a "professoOutgoing Zephyrhills City Manager Steve Spina welcomes James Drumm to the same position. Spina's final day is June 15. More photos,page 15. (Staff photo)Zephyrhills bids farewell to city manager SpinaSee SPINA,page21 Peggy's Dance Place will be having its 12th annual dance recital,"Just Kids,"on Saturday,June 18 at 4 p.m.at Zephyrhills High.Dancers ages 2-1/2 to 25 will perform tap,ballet,jazz,hip hop,acrobatic and baton routines.Tickets are $7.50 and are available at the recital or at Peggy's Dance Place,36751 SR 54 West,Zephyrhills.Peggy's Dance Place will also be offering a summer dance and fun camp July 18-21.Call (813) 715-4422 or visit www.PeggysDancePlace.com for further information.Peggy's Dance Place recital June 18 I-75 widening enters Pasco County

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After all,that's how this woman from Puerto Rico got her start in cake decorating: She began by making cakes in her kitchen to celebrate special times with her loved ones. Before launching her business,Carambot was a school teacher.She routinely made cakes for her students and for birthdays,baby showers and the like. She was in the midst of decorating one of those cakes one day when a neighbor dropped by her house and told her:"You should sell your cakes." Carambot thought her friend was crazy and she didn't give the notion another thought until she was out shopping for a baby shower a few months later and ran across the opportunity to take a cake-decorating class. She decided to go for it. Suffice it to say,a lot of flour,sugar and eggs have come into Carambot's life since then. After taking the class,she began creating custom-made cakes part-time.That was in 1994.Over time,it became a full-time pursuit as her family moved from Puerto Rico to Tampa Bay. In recent years,she worked out of a commercial kitchen at the Tampa Scottish Rite Masonic Center on Memorial Drive,in Town ÔN Country. Just a few months ago,the company called,L'Artisan Cake Atelier,set up its first storefront at 131 Flagship Drive,off US 41 in Lutz. It's a family affair,with Carambot,daughter Merli Rodriguez and son-in-law Jaime Miranda making and decorating the cakes. Carambot's husband,Francisco,helps wherever he's needed and her son,Francisco "Tony"Rodriguez,does chores around the shop and handles marketing and public relations. Carambot said her daughter is a masterful decorator who got an early start in learning the art:"She grew up watching me,working on this." The shop is open by appointment only. "We like to have time with our clients," Carambot explained. The goal is to give the customers the cake they desire,while paying attention to the customer's budget,Carambot said. "Sometimes they come for a wedding and they have less than 50 guests.We try to work the cake to be three tiers.If it is not possible, they use two tiers.Sometimes we suggest they use a dummy cake to make it look bigger,"Carambot said. "Sometimes they have huge weddings, 300 or 400 guests,but they don't have the budget É.We offer them our 100-guest cake that actually feeds 120.They work the rest with sheet cakes." They offer wedding cake in various flavors,including vanilla,amaretto,chocolate, cream cheese,marble and a red velvet they developed themselves. Wedding cakes start at $3.75 per slice,but can cost as much as $8 a slice,depending on how much styling the customer desires. The shop offers various fillings,as well. It lends out its cake stands instead of renting them,but the stands must be returned to the shop. Throughout the years,the business has built a customer base of more than a thousand clients,attracting most through bridal shows,the Internet or word of mouth. Unlike many businesses,this one has done well during the recession.It expects to be even busier when the economy improves. In fact,Carambot said the shop is already starting to see an uptick in large weddings. Carambot's calendar is filled with notations of upcoming events."We have weddings already for next year,"she said. Typically,the family needs advance notice of about a week for a special occasion cake and a couple of months'notice for a wedding cake,Carambot said. But is has been known to handle rush orders on occasion. "Our cakes are all made from scratch," Carambot said. "Our fondant is made from scratch.It is made of sugar,marshmallows and vanilla.We melt the marshmallows.We add the sugar and the vanilla and then we knead it." Kneading the fondant is a big job that falls primarily to Carambot's son-in-law,who spends most Mondays working on it. Many people don't like the taste of fondant,Carambot said,but she suspects that's because they've never tasted fondant made from scratch. The cake shop makes some cakes with buttercream frosting,but it recommends fondant be used for wedding cakes."That way, you get a perfect look,"Carambot said. "There are some types of decorations that can only be done on fondant,"she explained. "There are kinds of drapings,kinds of lace," she said. The family prides itself on its handmade sugar flowers,which look so authentic that they could have come directly from a garden or a florist's shop. They achieve that look by creating each flower by hand.It is painstaking work.It can take four hours just to create a single tiger lily. They also make roses,peace lilies and other flowers. "We use a powder that comes from South Africa.It lets us make a flower that looks just like a real flower,"Carambot said. One of her favorite moments comes when a customer sees one of their decorated cakes and exclaims:"The flowers are real,"to which the cake decorator proudly responds,"No, they're made from sugar." When someone buys a cake from her shop,most of the price is based on how much labor was required to create it, Carambot said. Running a cake shop keeps the family hopping. "Last week we got here at around 9 a.m. Friday and we ended up getting home at around 9 p.m.the following night,"Tony Rodriguez said. Getting a storefront location has been one of the company's ambitions.Some day,it hopes to have its own stand-alone building. For more information,call (813) 789-8407 or go to www.lartisancakeatelier.com. Noemi Carambot puts the finishing touches on a special occasion graduation cake. (Photo by B.C. Manion)Cake shop's philosophy: Make each cake a work of art

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Now,as a recently graduated senior from Land O'Lakes Christian,he plans to build a powerful future at West Point,the prestigious military development institution where great leaders have studied in the past and gone on to become critical figures in our nation's armed forces. "It means a lot and it's all a very big honor,"Engstrom said."About only 1,215 kids are getting in and it's a big honor to serve my country in this way." For Engstrom,it all started last year when a close friend recommended the programs West Point had to offer. "I went to a Summer Leaders Seminar program this past summer and when I was there Ð being at the campus and seeing all its history Ð it all hit me square in the head," Engstrom said. What came next was the long,rigorous process designed to find the best of the best.First,Engstrom had to initially be accepted to the school. "It's really similar to any other college application process,"he explained."You make a profile and so on.Where it differs is the nominations." Candidates to U.S.military academies must gain nominations from senators and members of Congress from their particular area or state.After applying for these nominations,candidates are then judged by three areas of criteria:scholarship,athletics and leadership.For a candidate to gain acceptance from a lawmaker,he or she must be well rounded and stand out to the reviewer's scrutinizing eye.After applying,"you pray they like you and hope you get a nomination to the academy,"Engstrom said. To prep himself to shine before leadership,Engstrom involved himself in numerous activities over the years.As an active member in his school's student government,Engstrom served as secretary, treasurer,vice president and president throughout his four years of high school.As an active captain of the soccer team, Engstrom collected the athletics requirement.And as a hard-working student, Engstrom landed himself in the top of his class. However,Engstrom also displayed interest in the Air Force.He also pursued the rigorous requirements they held and even had two nominations to the Air Force Academy.Not hearing any additional word from West Point,he left it alone,mentally accepting the fact that he would have to move on. Then,West Point made an exception,offering Engstrom an appointment even though he had no nominations to the Academy. "It seemed totally out of the blue," Engstrom recalled."To me it was a sign from God." "As a Christian,I believe that God orchestrated the entire thing;I hadn't talked to anyone from West Point in four to five months;I hadn't done anything with my profile.In my eyes,he [God] opened the door to West Point and closed the one to Air Force.The whole time I would pray to him, asking for guidance with my decision.With this sign,I know he cares and listens." Set to report to West Point for basic training on June 27,Engstrom admits that he is "a little nervous,but overall,mostly excited.""I'm the first person from my school to ever go to an academy like this,"Engstrom said."I think it's encouraging to others to see how far a classmate can go and for them to try and do the same.It's been a real thrill."Steinbrenner graduate Keith prepares to lead in ArmyAlso attending West Point from the local area is Ryon Keith,a recently graduated senior from Steinbrenner High. Keith was inspired to pursue West Point after sitting down and questioning his future career during his junior year. "I sat down and looked at what I wanted to do with my life,"Keith said."I wanted something that would push me physically and mentally." Originally,Keith looked at participating in ROTC programs at a college,but after extensive research,he decided otherwise. "I realized I wanted to be more prepared to lead,"Keith recalled,figuring an Academy appointment would give him further credentials with the Army. Like Engstrom,Keith first searched for nominations to the academy.He found success with U.S.Rep.Gus Bilirakis,who had Keith interviewed by a panel of specific people he chose. According to Keith,each congressman can only have five nominees in the academy at one time period.Keith attributes his success as a nominee to his "well-roundedness."Judged by the same three characteristics as Engstrom Ð scholarship,athletics and leadership Ð Keith said his stand-out attributes were the various positions and school-related activities that dotted his resume.Not only did he serve as the swim team's captain,he also played varsity football and served as the captain of the wrestling team.Furthermore,Keith held memberships in the National Honor Society,Science National Honors Society and the Beta Club. Lastly,Keith said his "high test scores" helped catch the eye of Bilirakis and his panel of hand-picked judges. Although Keith hasn't always attended Steinbrenner Ñ he was once a Sickles student until Steinbrenner was opened in 2009 Ñ he found the transition there to be filled with supportive figures everywhere. "The administration and everyone at Steinbrenner were extremely helpful,"Keith said."Everyone was really interested and eager to provide assistance." Slated to leave June 24 for basic training, Keith admits that the new lifestyle is definitely going to be "a big change." "I'm definitely nervous,"Keith admitted. "But overall I'm really looking forward to the entire experience." Had he not decided on West Point,Keith planned to study at either Auburn or EmbryRiddle and participate in ROTC.Now, everything's about to change. "My goal is to do well at West Point and do the best with whatever the future has in store,"Keith said."I felt I've had a calling to serve.My vision of what's to come will be clear with my time at West Point."Local graduates earn appointments to West Point Ryon Keith, a member of the Steinbrenner High Class of 2011, leaves this month for the U.S. Military Academy. (Photo courtesy of Keith)

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Splurge on Sundaes pg Ice Cream Social TAD conference set for June 27The 2011 The American Dream (TAD) conference will be on Monday,June 27 at 37912 Church Ave.in Dade City.The focus of the event this year will be teaching people about their healthcare options.The agenda for the day includes: --Health insurance options:subsidized, unsubsidized and private plans at 9 a.m. --Pasco health data:disparities,health needs and issues at 10 a.m. --Pasco health recourses:services,products and support at 11 a.m. --Legislative health update:2011 forecast,funding and revisions at 1 p.m. For more information on the event,call (352) 518-2000 ext.9012.Senior driving class June 13University Community Hospital will host a driving class for senior citizens in its auditorium,3100 E.Fletcher Ave.,on Monday,June 13 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.The course is called Drive Alive 55 and is designed to help those getting their first driver license or those looking to brush up on the basics.Some may receive discounts on the insurance for completing the class. The cost is $12 for AARP members,$14 for others.For more information,call (877) 482-4362.Healthy pregnancy course June 16The Women's Center at University Community Hospital,3100 E.Fletcher Ave., will host a course for those who want to learn how to have a healthy pregnancy on Thursday,June 16 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.Dr. Allison Polender will lead the free class. Light refreshments will be served.For more information or to sign up,call (877) 482-4362.Surgical weight loss seminarThe Surgical Weight Loss Center at University Community Hospital offers a multi-disciplinary,hospital-based program that addresses all elements of losing weight on Saturday,June 23 from 10-11:30 a.m.Dr.John Dietrick will lead the free seminar at 3000 Medical Park Drive Suite 490.For more information or to sign up, call (813) 615-7077.Mended Hearts support groupUniversity Community Hospital's Mended Hearts support group will have its monthly meeting on Thursday,June 23 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.at Pepin Heart Hospital,3100 E.Fletcher Ave.The free group helps heart patients and their families live a healthy life.For more information,call (877) 482-4362.Brain research volunteers neededThe University of South Florida School of Aging Studies is looking for volunteers for its brain research investigations.For information about participating,call (813) 974-6703.Breast cancer support groupUniversity Community Hospital's breast cancer support group will meet on Thursday,June 28 from 5-6 p.m.at LifeHope Medical Offices,3000 Medical Park Drive Suite 490.The free group offers both women and men currently being treated for breast cancer,or breast cancer survivors,a supportive environment.For more information,call (877) 482-4362.Running for Leukemia SocietyThe Leukemia and Lymphoma Society is recruiting those interested in being trained by endurance sports training program,Team in Training.Those in the program compete in full and half marathons,distance bike rides and triathlons while raising money to find cures for blood cancer.For more information,call (813) 963-6461 ext.22 or visit www.teamintrainig.org/sun.Specialized hearing devicesThe Deaf and Hearing Connection for Tampa Bay offers free specialized telephones and ring-signaling devices to Florida residents.Equipment is available by appointment.To schedule a time,call (813) 952-6625 or (800) 222-3448,or visit www.ftri.org.Postpartum depression classThe Long Term Acute Care Hospital at Connerton,9441 Health Center Drive in Land O'Lakes,will have a course to help women dealing with postpartum depression on Thursday,June 30 from 7-8 p.m. Registered nurse June Vineyard from the Women's Center at University Community Hospital will lead the free course.For more information,call (877) 482-4362.Diabetes educational classesThe Diabetes and Endocrinology Institute at University Community Hospital offers comprehensive diabetes education programs taught by certified instructors. Evening,half-day and weekend class options are available.A doctor's referral is needed to register.For a list of meeting times,call (813) 615-7262.Robotic surgery for women classThe Women's Center at University Community Hospital will host a class to help women understand surgical,minimally invasive options.The free course is on Thursday,July 21 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at 3100 E.Fletcher Ave.The event is presented by Drs.Amy Solomon,Michael Morris and Sonja Perkins.For more information,call (877) 482-4362.Immunization during pregnancyThe Women's Center at University Community Hospital will host a class to help women decide if they should receive immunizations while pregnant.The free course is on Thursday,Aug.18 from 6:307:30 p.m.at 3100 E.Fletcher Ave.Dr.Judith Barreiro will lead the event.For more information,call (877) 482-4362.--Heath and Wellness listings are run for free on a first come,first served basis.Please send all information at least two weeks before an event to news@cnewspubs.com.HEALTH & WELLNESS

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ZEPHYRHILLSSATURDAYNIGHTCRUISEDOWNTOWNZEPHYRHILLSFor more information please contact Main Street Zephyrhills,Inc.813-780-1414 orinfo@mainstreetzephyrhills.org (intersection of 301 and 54 West on 5th Ave.)June 25th4:00-8:00 p.m.•No Entry Fee •Food •50s & 60s Music •Entertainment •50/50 Raffle •Cars,Cars & More Cars CAR SHOW 4th Saturday of Every Month Main Street Zephyrhills • Sparkman Chevrolet • The City of Zephyrhills • Progress Energy • The Laker • Pasco Roadrunners • Bullfrog Performance • Fast Forward Race Engines • JLP Motor Sports,Inc. • Drew Ben Hudgins,P.A. • Rigsby's Auto Parts & Sales,Inc. • One Stop Resto Shop • CF Industries • Village Inn • St. Petersburg Times•Door Prizes for Registered AttendeesSponsors: 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 . O.Box 479 / Lutz,FL 33548 PHONE/FAX ph: 813.909.2800 / fax: 813.909.2802 WEBSITE www.cnewspubs.com EMAIL news@cnewspubs.com / sales@cnewspubs.com DISTRIBUTION Sunset Advertising Distributors/ 727.530.5521 info@sunsetadver tiser s.com EDITORIAL JOE HUMPHREY,Associate Editor jhumphre y@cne wspubs.com B.C. 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 15,2011 7 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 813-317-50941850 Oak Grove Blvd LUTZ 4327 W. Kennedy Blvd. TAMPA “Where Getting Fit is Sexy” Pole Dancing  Chair Dancing  Sexy FlexibilityBUY 1 INTRO CLASS BRING A FRIEND FOR FREE ($15 VALUE)Sign up online or call – Promo Code LAKER The Laker staff reportResidential customers who had utility service with the City of Zephyrhills who have appropriately maintained their accounts may soon be receiving refunds of utility deposits they made when their service began.The City Council approved the first reading of a resolution at its Monday,June 13, meeting regarding the new policy.Individuals who are eligible for the refunds must have been residential utility customers prior to Aug.11,2008 said a memorandum provided by the city.Additionally, customers must have had uninterrupted service for a period of not less than 24 continuous monthly billing cycles;have had no checks returned for insufficient funds or otherwise for at least 12 months;had no turn-offs for at least 12 months;and had no late fees for at least 12 consecutive months.There will be no provision for refunds for residential customers whose utility services began since Aug.12,2008.A refund of the deposit for those customers will be made after their accounts have been closed, the memo said. The refunds will be in a manner by which the city chooses after records have been analyzed to determine who is eligible for the refunds.The refunds will be issued at various times as established by the city. Customers who do not meet the above criteria will have their deposit applied to their final bill and any unused balance will be refunded,without interest,to the individual listed on the account. An effort will be made to better educate customers about the utility deposit refund program prior to the council having a second reading Ð and possible adoption Ð of the resolution during the next meeting scheduled for 6 p.m.on Monday,June 27.In other business Monday, the council:Ñ Agreed to pay 2.75 percent of city employees'salaries,effective June 23,to the Florida Retirement System.A change in state law will require state employees to contribute 3 percent of their salary to the Florida Retirement System effective July 1. Council decided to make the 2.75 percent payments on the employees'behalf through Sept.30,which is the end of the current fiscal year.This action was taken because city employees have not received a pay increase for the past three years,said a memorandum presented to the council. Making the employees pay the 3 percent to the Florida Retirement System would result in their having a pay cut,said a memorandum provided by the council. The 2.75 percent payments will be made out of the city's General Fund,Utility Fund and Airport Fund. Employees would have to pay $47,193 during the 100-day time period if they made 3 percent contributions to the Florida Retirement System.The city will pay $47,088 by making the 2.75 percent payment for the same time period. It is not known if the city will continue to make such contributions on employees' behalf during the new fiscal year that begins Oct.1.City considers refunding some customers'utility deposits To promote mobile web banking to their members,San Antonio credit union had a contest and each time a member logged in to the credit union's mobile web banking site during the months of May and June,they were entered into a drawing for an Apple ipad.Alexis had 41 of the 4,414 logins from logins of 476 members over the two-month period.For more information about the credit union,visit www.sacfcu.org. Alexis Suarez, left, of Zephyrhills, is the lucky winner of an Apple ipad presented to her by Joyce Horn of the San Antonio Citizens Federal Credit Union. (Photo courtesy of SACFCU) Mobile web banking pays off for Alexis Suarez

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HOMES FOR SALELAKE PADGETT ESTATES 3/2. Walk out your back door to your dock on the canal on Lake Saxon. Access to 3 Ski Lakes & Horse Stables. Awesome Boat House with loft. Super Location Ð Bring Boat! $199,000 Cody Adams 909-0712WILDERNESS LAKE PRESERVEshort sale. 5/3/3 with Media room, Large Master bed and bath. Formal dining and living room, oversized 3 car garage. Premier guarded community with clubhouse & many activities $235,000 call Allen Senel 727-492-5023DUPREE GARDENS LAKEFRONTon King Lake, ready for the ski boat! Boat house, dock, spa, fireplace, and huge oak trees, large view of lake. Beautiful sunsets. Cody Adams 813-909-07122/2/2 IN THE GROVESboasts a library, fitness center, craft room, pool and Jacuzzi, lighted tennis courts, and of course 18-hole golf course $128,500. Call Carol Winship 813469-1554BIG YARDDoublewide mobile home on 1+ acre of land. Great home for outdoor activities. $90,000 Call now to make an appointment! Angie Rivera 813-995-0101NO NEIGHBORSin back. 1997 3/2 dble wide on 2.3 wooded acres off SR 54 exit from I75. Asking $100,000. Seller will finance. Call Helen Grantham, 813-767-4899SHORT SALEBeautiful executive Mercedes home. 4/3.5/3 on a cul-de-sac. 3,491 heated SqFt. Tons of extras in this home. Price reduced to $274,900. Call Angie Rivera 813-995-01013 PICTURESQUE LOTSfor manufactured homes in Kanawha Village. Septic, well and electric on site $45,900. Call Mauricio Rodriguez 813-748-2389 VACANT PROPERTY2 MOBILE HOME LOTSsold separately, .38 acres in Land O Lakes and 1.01 acres in Wesley Chapel Clint Geisler 813-326-1936LAKE LOT$89,000 in Land O' Lakes. Call Faith Garcia 813-503-6610S. HERNANDO COUNTYÐ 4.64 acres of pasture, all high and dry. $69,000 call Arnold Godwin 813-690-7843 RENTAL PROPERTY1 BR 1 BATH CONDOin Renaissance Villas, Gated community with fitness center and community pool, super nice, fenced for privacy $600 per month Irving Hernandez 813-843-60265 BR 3 BATH HOME,Simeon Dr. Spacious layout, bonus room, huge lanai. Available 5/7/11 $1,600 per month. Irving Hernandez 813-843-6026COMMERCIAL SALE/LEASEPROMINENT COMMERICAL CORNERGrand Blvd, Restaurant Great business opportunity New Port Richey now $250,000. 1/2 acre, lift station. Owner says Sell!! Cody Adams 813-909-0712BANK OWNEDPROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE 3,000 Sq. Ft. near Sun Coast & 54. 90% Bank Financing Cody Adams 813-909-0712 GOLF COURSE LOTin Quail Hollow on Country Club Drive. Beautiful treed lot 1+ acres $79,900. 90% Bank Financing Cody Adams 813-909-0712COMMERCIAL BUILDING5,000 Sq. Ft., zoned C2 on US 41. 3/4 A/C + 1/4 Warehouse. Cody Adams 813-909-0712 Russell Adams Realty,Inc.2502 Land O'Lakes Blvd.Corner of Carson Rd.& US 41949-3603 • www.russelladamsrealty.com"BUSINESS IS HOPPING LOOKING FOR ENERGIZED AGENTS 813-949-3600" CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER June 15,2011 9 Does your child need a school or sports physical?Our physicians are oering school and sports physicals for only $20.00 at two convenient locations. By appointment only. www.mgtb.com Harry Blackstone, MDBoard Certied in Family Practice and Geriatric MedicineJoseph Nystrom, DOBoard Certied in Family Practice 813.788.358238240 Daughtery Rd., Zephyrhills, FL 33540 Danielle Albritton, DOBoard Certied in Family Practice352.567.332535615 State Road 52, Dade City, FL 33525 c a m e o s a lon & sp a cameosalonspa.com 1817 collier parkway, lutzit's all in the hair813 948 7411 hair • nails • massage • facials • full body waxing • spa packages keratin treatmentstarting at $150 once you discover us you'll never go anywhere else! By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comWounds have nowhere to hide in east Pasco County. For the third consecutive year,the Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine in Zephyrhills has earned the Center of Distinction award in recognition of its high patient satisfaction,exceptional healing results and outstanding clinical outcomes.The center was also given the Robert A.Warriner Center of Excellence Award for delivering high wound healing results. The center,part of Pasco Regional Medical Center in Dade City,has exceeded the clinical requirements for these awards with a current healing rate of 97 percent and 24 days to heal and patient satisfaction rating of 94 percent.The current national average is a healing rate of 92 percent and 28 days to heal. "I am extremely proud of this clinical team,"center program director Paige Myers said in a release."The nurses and physicians are excellent clinicians.They put in a lot of emphasis on continuing education and providing the best care to our patients.It's an honor to work with this team." In 2009,the center saw 579 new patients,according to Pasco Regional spokeswoman Katie Bryant.In 2010 the total was 583.Nonhealing foot wounds are considered one of the most significant complications of diabetes, representing a major worldwide medical, social and economic burden that affects patient quality of life. Almost 24 million Americans Ñ one in 12 Ñ are diabetic and the disease is causing widespread disability and death at an epidemic pace, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Of those with diabetes,6.5 million are estimated to suffer with chronic or nonhealing wounds. The center generally admits wound patients immediately,working with physicians to determine the most effective course of treatment.This outpatient comprehensive service offers advanced healing therapies often unavailable in primary care offices.The services use an interdisciplinary approach to treatment involving a variety of therapies and techniques,including debridement,hyperbaric oxygen therapy, dressing selection,special shoes and patient education.When wounds persist and resist conventional treatment,a specialized approach is required for healing.The center is located at 6215 Abbott Station Drive in Zephyrhills.For more information,visit www.PascoRegionalmc.com.Wound center wins third straight award Wound center employees Paige Myers, Teresa Morgan, Dr. Keith Rosenbach, Mary Prizeman, Marty Barthle, Linda Lowman, Dianna Martinez, Rhonda Jackson, Dr. Emilio Dominguez and Rose Roddenberry. (Photo courtesy of Pasco Regional)

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER June 15,2011 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: OWNER'S NAME AND CITYOF RESIDENCE MUST BE INCLUDED FOR YOUR PETTO BE CONSIDERED FOR PUBLICATION. PETof theWEEK Little Bunny Boy is a heroLittle Bunny Boy is a 5-year-old, affectionate Dutch rabbit who hopped into his owners'lives almost five years ago. His adventurous spirit led Bunny Boy, along with his identical litter mate Oreo, into their yard and garden where they came to know and love him. One day he saved Oreo, who was being attacked by a large cat. Bunny Boy hopped aggressively between Oreo and the cat, sustaining cat bites and claw marks while Oreo made her getaway. Shortly after this happened, the rabbits'owners gave Oreo away and his present owners asked if they could have Little Bunny Boy. Bunny is now a house bunny and attends many trade shows throughout the country with his devoted owners, Joni Carroll and Paul Hodkowski of Lutz. (Includes pre-anesthetic exam,anesthesia,pain & antibiotic pre-medication) Dogs & cats must be healthy and current on vaccines & at least 3 months old but not more than 5 years old.Dogs should be at least 5 lbs.,Cats,3 lbs. Pets must not be pregnant & should be healthy. SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC:Call for appointment:Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee.Cat Neuter: $30 Cat Spay: $40 Dog Neuter:Dog Spay: up to 11 lbs$40up to 11 lbs$50 12 33 lbs$4512 22 lbs$55 34 66 lbs$5523 44 lbs$60 67 88 lbs$7045 66 lbs$70 89 132 lbs$8567 88 lbs$90 89 132 lbs$105VACCINES CLINIC:Monday-Friday 1 2 pmWalk-Ins Welcome.Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee. Includes exam & economy vaccines.Consult is add'l $30 on request.(813)949-441621515 VILLAGE LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLAND O'LAKES • Rabies 1 yr $10.00 • Feline Leukemia $18.00• Feline Distemper Combo $18.00• Rabies 3 yr $25.00• Canine Distemper Combo $25.00• Bordetella/Kennel Cough $12.00 SR 54US 41 MONDA Y -FRIDA Y 8 AM 6 PM SATURDAY 8 AM 2 PM CLOSED SUNDA Y 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 TUES. JUNE 28TH 6:30PM 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! First PresbyterianFirst Presbyterian Church of Zephyrhills,5510 19th St.,hosts worship services at 10 a.m.each Sunday. Sunday school for adults is at 8:30 a.m. and children are dismissed for their classes during the 10 a.m.worship.Coffee fellowship follows worship. Choir practice 7 p.m.every Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m.each Wednesday The FRESH Youth Group meets at 5:00 p.m.on Wednesdays. First Saturday at First Church meets at 6 p.m.the first Saturday of each month in the Fellowship Hall. "Walkers"meet in Zephyr Park at the bandstand at 7:30 a.m.Thursday and Saturday and 5:30 p.m.Friday.4th annual block party,5 Ð 7 p.m.June 18Vacation Bible School,6 Ð 8:30 p.m. June 20.21,22Visit us at www.firstpcz.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 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 a.m.to 7 a.m. Vacation Bible School for ages 4 years through 5th grade June 6 through June 10 from 6:30 p.m.to 8:45 p.m. For more information call (813) 7825574.FAITH & WORSHIP

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER June 15,2011 11 Your Community Calendar • Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com • All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening 23908 S.R.54,Suite 102FREE ACCENT FOIL W/COLOR & CUT$55HIGHLIGHT & CUT$65visit www.uniquetechniquesllc.com for additional specials hair813.948.0450BEAUTIFUL GIA & EGL Diamonds Available / Jeweler on Premises• Expert Watch & Jewelry Repair • Pre-Owned Rolex Watches & RepairsWE BUY GOLD & DIAMONDS 2153 COLLIER PKWY • LAND O'LAKES(AROUND THE CORNER FROM PUBLIX IN COLLIER COMMONS)813-909-4888Franklin JewelersSince 1946 MON-FRI 10AM-6PM • SAT 11AM-5PMwww.franklinjeweler.net 10% OFFjewelry repairWatch Batterylimit 1 per customer$5 Off6 YEARS IN LOL AREA Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE It is not uncommon for people in there 50s and 60s to withdraw from activities with family and friends because they cannot hear or understand what others are saying. "They miss a word here, a phrase there, and soon find themselves lost in the conversation," said Dr. Amy Charrier, one of the Audiologists at Tampa Ear, Nose, and Throat Associates in Wesley Chapel and Tampa. Many people associate hearing loss with old age. People don't want to acknowledge they have a hearing problem so they begin to isolate themselves from social gatherings, Charrier said. "Usually the spouse or a co-worker is the first to realize something is going on," said Charrier. "One of the first signs of hearing loss is when the person who has the hearing loss complains that their spouse or friends are mumbling." When a spouse or friend finally convinces their loved one to see an Audiologist, most patients are surprised at how far hearing aids have come in recent years, both in size and quality. "New technology has resulted in hearing aids being smaller than ever Ñ so small they are rarely noticed by others," said Charrier. "There is even new wireless technology that connects a person's hearing aid directly to their television, cell phone or IPod." Many of Charrier's patients have suffered hearing loss from the normal aging process, loud hobbies, or work environments. "We see a lot of folks with hearing damage caused by rock concerts or loud music, power tools, firecrackers, motorcycles, and guns because people aren't wearing ear protection," said Charrier. "If you have ringing in your ears, or a sense of fullness or pressure, there's a good chance you may have some hearing loss. Unfortunately, it only takes one loud boom to affect your hearing," she said. Many people initially go to an Audiologist because their hearing loss is affecting their job, particularly when in a meeting or having to talk on the phone. "We see a lot of teachers, police officers, business people, even pilots," said Charrier. While there is still some stigma associated with hearing aids, Charrier says it is lessening as more baby boomers enter their 60s and begin to wear hearing aids. "We tell patients that people notice them asking for things to be repeated much more than they notice a hearing aid in the ear," said Charrier. Most people with a hearing loss can be fitted successfully with hearing aids, said Charrier. We have three Doctors of Audiology at our office, and our goal is to give all of our patients the best hearing they can possibly get. Hearing aids prescribed at Tampa ENT Associates range in price from $750 to $3200 and come with a three-year warranty. FREE HEARING TESTSThe medical group where Dr. Charrier practices, Tampa Ear Nose and Throat Associates, is sponsoring an open house next Tuesday and Wednesday, June 21-22, to provide free hearing tests and hearing aid demonstrations. Those attending the open house will receive a free two-week trial of a hearing aid suited for them. Call (813) 972-3353 to reserve a spot for a free hearing test with Dr. Amy Charrier, Dr. Sierra MacDonald or Dr. Rachel Horne.As more baby boomers turn 60, stigma of hearing aids lessen Dr. Amy Charrier26827 Foggy Creek Road, Suite 104 Wesley Chapel, FL 33544813.972.3353TampaENT.com JOIN THE CLUB BUSINESS MIXERPreferred Referrals Networking Inc.is hosting a business mixer from 5:30-7:30 p.m.June 16 at Remingtons Steakhouse in Wesley Chapel.Karaoke starts at 8 p.m. Cost is $10 and includes a glass or wine or draft beer.Half the proceeds will go to The Florida Exotic Bird Sanctuary.For information,call Edna Dunston at (813) 875-3177 or Les Saland at (813) 995-0292.CONSERVATIVE CLUBThe Conservative Club of East Pasco will meet at the Sundance Mobile Home Park clubhouse at 12 noon June 20.Guest speaker is Jane Cordero of the Concerned Women for America of Florida,a U.S. coalition of conservative women that promotes Biblical values and family traditions.For information,visit www.conservativeclubofeastpasco.org.DEMOCRATIC CLUBThe East Pasco Democratic Club will meet from 6:30-8 p.m.June 20 at Wesley Chapel Nissan,28518 SR 54.Guest speaker is Susan Smith from Democracy for America,to discuss an upcoming campaign-training program.For information,call Diane Parker at (813) 312-9093 or (813) 788-6743.NORTH TAMPA CHAMBERThe North Tampa Chamber of Commerce will host Coffee Connection from 7:30-9 a.m.June 22 at Mattress Firm,14454 N.Dale Mabry Hwy.Refreshments available. Admission is free.To RSVP,call Laura Jones at (813) 968-7504.VOLUNTEER OPEN HOUSEHPH Hospice will host a volunteer recruitment ice cream social open house from 1-3 p.m.June 22 at the team office, 37445 Clinton Ave.in Dade City.Learn how your talents can benefit our patients and family members.For information,call Diana Unger at (352) 518-1400 or visit www.hphhospice.net.KIDS STUFF FREE 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 21,22 and 23 are Diary of a Wimpy Kid and How to Train Your Dragon.Grove 16 is located at 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd.in Wesley Chapel.For information,call (813) 948-5444.ART CAMP CLASSESThe HiBrow Gallery in Dade City will have summer art camp classes beginning July 5with five weekly sessions through Aug.5, for children ages 8-14.Classes are from 15 p.m.Monday-Friday.Cost is $125 per week and includes all supplies. Enrollment is 10 a.m.-4 p.m.TuesdaySaturday at the gallery.Classes are limited to 10 children.HiBrow is located at 14125 Seventh St.For information,call (352) 521-3823.CLASS IS IN SESSION HABITAT SEMINARHabitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco is offering a free class titled "Why am I a 678?"at 6 p.m.June 20 at the Dade City Business Center,15000 Citrus Country Drive.The class will cover credit reports and scores.For information,call (352) 567-1444. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT ROCK BAND AT WEST WINDSWest Winds Assisted Facility will host Salvation's Rock Band from 2-4 p.m.June 18.The ensemble provides musical outreach through songs of worship by chart-topping artists.The band performs weekly at the First United Methodist Church of Zephyrhills.For information,call the church at (813) 782-5645.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER June 15,2011 12 Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports SAC BASEBALL EAST FIRST TEAMÑP John Michael Gant,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑC Gino Pepenella,Sr.,Land O' Lakes ÑC Chris Klunder,Sr.,Wesley Chapel ÑINF Geoff DeGroot,Sr.,Wesley Chapel ÑINF David Perez,Sr.,Land O' Lakes ÑINF Cole Stancil,Sr.,Pasco ÑINF Trae Urban,Sr.,Land O' Lakes ÑOF Trey Dudley-Giles,Jr.,Pasco ÑOF Drew Mitchell,Sr.,Wesley Chapel ÑOF Zach White,Jr.,Wesley ChapelSecond teamÑP Brandon Mumaw,Sr.,Wesley Chapel ÑC Tyler Brock,Sr.,Pasco ÑINF Mike Campoamor,Fr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑINF Mike Mateyka,So.,Sunlake ÑINF Josh Nissen,So.,Land O' Lakes ÑINF Devin Rogers,Sr.,Zephyrhills ÑOF Michael Barrone,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑOF Marcus Posluszny,Sr.,Sunlake ÑOF Casey Yingling,Sr.,Zephyrhills East Co-Players of the Year: Geoff DeGroot,Wesley Chapel;Trae Urban,Land O' LakesSAC SOFTBALL EAST FIRST TEAMÑP Courtney Brandt,Sr.,Pasco ÑC Meghan Sfraga,Jr.,Land O' Lakes ÑINF Lizzy Burchfield,So.,Pasco ÑINF Jordan Lane,So.,Pasco ÑINF Alex Rogers,Sr.,Sunlake ÑINF Mary Sorgenfrei,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑOF Courtney Durbin,Jr.,Sunlake ÑOF Chloe Fletcher,Sr.,Sunlake ÑOF Kelli Parker,So.,Pasco ÑDP Lauren Pasquale,Sr.,ZephyrhillsSecond teamÑP Tyler Riendeau,Sr.,Sunlake ÑC Brianna Blanyar,Jr.,Zephyrhills ÑINF Sarah Burchfield,Jr.,Pasco ÑINF Tori Jordan,So.,Zephyrhills ÑINF Kelsey McGough,So.,Wesley Chapel ÑINF Ashley Orta,Sr.,Sunlake ÑOF Emily Austin,Sr.,Land O' Lakes ÑOF Vanessa Mills,Jr.,Pasco ÑOF AnnMarie Ricchino,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑDP Emily Pennington,Jr.,Pasco East Player of the Year: Courtney Brandt,Pasco East Coach of the Year: Lisa Herndon,Pasco SAC BOYS TRACK AND FIELDÑJamal Roberts,Jr.,Zephyrhills,100 meter ÑCliff Philips,Sr.,Pasco,200 meter ÑAnthony Plourde,Sr.,Pasco,1,600 meter ÑRyan Pulsifer,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch,3,200 meter ÑJoel Fauntleroy,Sr.,Sunlake,110-meter hurdles ÑJoel Fauntleroy,Sr.,Sunlake,300-meter hurdles ÑHunter Joyer,Sr.,Wesley Chapel,shot put ÑTravis Manecke,So.,Wiregrass Ranch,discus ÑHakeeme Ishmar,Sr.,Pasco,long jump ÑJamal Roberts,Josh Shaffer,Adrian Sanchez and Brad Wing; Zephyrhills 4x100-meter relay team ÑMarc Avadikian,Jamal Roberts,Adrian Sanchez and Brad Wing;Zephyrhills 4x400-meter relay team ÑIan Cassette,Tyler Mattera,Josh Reilly and Logan Selzer; Wiregrass Ranch 4x800-meter relay teamSecond teamÑCliff Phillips,Sr.,Pasco,100 meter ÑThomas Fee,Jr.,Wesley Chapel,400 meter ÑJosh Reilly,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch,1,600 meter ÑAnthony Plourde,Sr.,Pasco,3,200 meter ÑJonathan Sanders,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch,300-meter hurdles ÑAlex Katzanski,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch,pole vault ÑKiam Olan,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch,long jump ÑHakeeme Ishmar,Sr.,Pasco,triple jump ÑDeyon Cox,Brenden Edmonds,Devon Henry and Hunter Joyer;Wesley Chapel 4x100-meter relay team ÑDeyon Cox,Brenden Edmonds,Thomas Fee and Cody Walker;Wesley Chapel 4x400-meter relay team ÑHendrix Lafontant,Travis Nichols,Tyler Stahl and Chris Wilkinson;Land O' Lakes 4x800-meter relay teamThird teamÑJamel NunŽz,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch,100 meter ÑClayton Ward,So.,Land O' Lakes,400 meter ÑJosh Reilly,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch,800 meter ÑCody Walker,Sr.,Wesley Chapel,100-meter hurdles ÑLarenz Johnson,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch,300-meter hurdles ÑTravis Manecke,So.,Wiregrass Ranch,shot put ÑHunter Joyer,Sr.,Wesley Chapel discus ÑJanarion Grant,So.,Pasco,triple jump ÑDylan Bordelon,Larenz Johnson,Jamel NunŽz and Antwan Prince;Wiregrass Ranch 4x100-meter relay team ÑDylan Bordelon,Ian Cassette,Larenz Johnson and Jonathan Sanders;Wiregrass Ranch 4x400-meter relay team ÑDylan Dunbar,Peter Mencandeane,Anthony Plourde and Jeff Wilks;Pasco 4x800-meter relay team Coach of the Year: Phil Kerr,Wiregrass RanchSAC GIRLS TRACK TEAMÑLindsay Heyser,Jr.,Wesley Chapel,pole vault ÑNicole Woodard,Sr.,Land O' Lakes,high jump ÑNicole Woodard,Sr.,Land O' Lakes,long jump ÑJulia Hines,Aaliyah McKenzie,Alexandria Vera and Kara Young;Zephyrhills 4x100-meter relay team ÑKayla DeLoach,Makayla Strickland,Kelsey Sturman and Marissa Tomei;Wiregrass Ranch 4x400-meter relay team ÑElise Cedre,Marissa Davis,Alex Diepholz and Ariel Grey; Wiregrass Ranch 4x800-meter relay teamSecond teamÑRavin Gilbert,Jr.,Wesley Chapel,100 meter ÑRavin Gilbert,Jr.,Wesley Chapel,200 meter ÑHallie Grimes,Fr.,Land O' Lakes,400 meter ÑAlex Diepholz,So.,Wiregrass Ranch,800 meter ÑAriel Grey,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch,1,600 meter ÑAriel Grey,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch,3,200 meter ÑAbby Hudak,So.,Wesley Chapel,pole vault ÑCourtney Prengaman,So.,Wesley Chapel,high jump ÑSamantha Austin,Hallie Grimes,Alyssa Lonsway and Nicole Woodard;Land O' Lakes 4x100-meter relay team ÑSamantha Austin,Hallie Grimes,Alyssa Lonsway and Nicole Woodard;Land O' Lakes 4x400-meter relay teamThird teamÑKara Young,Fr.,Zephyrhills,100 meter ÑKara Young,Fr.,Zephyrhills,200 meter ÑKayla DeLoach,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch,400 meter ÑShah Nikita,So.,Wiregrass Ranch,1,600 meter ÑShah Nikita,So.,Wiregrass Ranch,3,200 meter ÑSarah Reamer,Sr.,Wesley Chapel,pole vault ÑDesiree Nathe,Fr.,Pasco,high jump ÑAaliyah McKenzie,Fr.,Zephyrhills,long jump ÑHannah Eder,So.,Wiregrass Ranch,triple jump ÑTeshanna Futch,Jr.,Pasco,shot put ÑBrandi Batchelor,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch,discus ÑA.J.Blount,Hannah Eder,Marissa Tomei and Toni Tomei; Wiregrass Ranch 4x100-meter relay team ÑBria Henry,Julia Hines,Jamiesha Parker and Lindsay Warner; Zephyrhills 4x400-meter relay teamField Event Player of the Year: Nicole Woodard,Land O' LakesCo-Coach of the Year: Don Howard,Wiregrass RanchSAC BOYS TENNIS FIRST TEAMÑEric Busch,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑCourage Okungbowa,So.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑSpencer Ong,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑColin Roller,Jr.,Land O' Lakes ÑCameron Roth,Sr.,Wesley ChapelSecond teamÑJamie Feliciano,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑDan Helfrich,Jr.,Wiregrass RanchThird teamÑJacob Guy,Jr.,Pasco Player of the Year: Courage Okungbowa,Wiregrass Ranch Coach of the Year: Dave Wilson,Wiregrass RanchSAC GIRLS TENNIS FIRST TEAMÑMady Johnson,Fr.,Pasco ÑHannah Still,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑSarah Vande Berg,Jr.,ZephyrhillsSecond teamÑKatie Bonti,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑWenyi Gu,Sr.,Land O' Lakes ÑSydney Owens,Fr.,ZephyrhillsThird teamÑLinzi Arndt,Jr.,Land O' Lakes ÑJordanynŽ Fye,Jr.,Wiregrass Ranch ÑRebecca Pelham,Jr.,Pasco ÑNorah Taylor,Jr.,PascoHonorable MentionÑJinny Trang Lu,Wesley Chapel ÑJackie Simpson,SunlakeSAC BOYS WEIGHTLIFTING FIRST TEAMÑDean Bui,Jr.,Sunlake,129 pounds ÑRashaud Daniels,Jr.,Sunlake,154 pounds ÑJohn Michael,Sr.,Sunlake,169 pounds ÑMark Landry,Sr.,Sunlake,199 pounds ÑHunter Joyer,Sr.,Wesley Chapel,238 pounds ÑNate McCoole,Sr.,Sunlake,heavyweightSecond teamÑJohn Ashford,So.,Pasco,119 pounds ÑKyle Fraser,Jr.,Sunlake,154 pounds ÑDevario Mathis,Jr.,Zephyrhills,169 pounds ÑDalton Szymborski,So.,Pasco,183 pounds ÑHakeeme Ishmar,Sr.,Pasco,199 pounds ÑJulius Davis,Sr.,Pasco,219 pounds ÑJamal Carter,Sr.,Pasco,heavyweightThird teamÑJack Halloway,So.,Sunlake,119 pounds ÑKevin Lopez,So.,Sunlake,129 pounds ÑBryan Brown,Sr.,Wiregrass Ranch,154 pounds ÑAlex Strickland,Jr.,Pasco,219 pounds ÑJordan Mills,Jr.,Sunlake,238 poundsHonorable mentionÑCarlos Osorno,So.,Land O' Lakes,139 pounds Lifter of the Year: Hunter Joyer,Wesley Chapel Coach of the Year: Matt Smith,SunlakeThe Sunshine Athletic Conference (SAC) has released its all-conference spring team.Coaches in the 13 public high schools in Pasco County vote on whom they think deserve the honor.All information is as recorded by SAC executive secretary Keith Newton.Local students who made the list include:Sunshine Athletic Conference spring all stars Courage OkungbowaCourtney BrandtHunter JoyerGeoff DeGrootNicole Woodard

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WIN A FREE MONTH OF PERSONAL TRAININGText "WinPT" to 70000CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER June 15,2011 13 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comMike Rogers is a novice athletic director, but he is overflowing with years of experience from coaching and playing sports in Pasco County. Rogers,37,was hired as Wesley Chapel High's athletic director (AD) on May 23,the first time he has served as an AD in high school. "I'm excited to take on this position,"Rogers said."I'm hoping to work closely with the coaches and student-athletes to develop a quality athletic program." The decision to apply for the position was an easy one for Rogers. "I've always had a passion for athletics and grew up playing sports,"Rogers said."I enjoy working with students and I'm looking to bring a new level of excitement to Wildcats athletics." Rogers did not have any immediate changes in mind for the department,but is instead working to build connections to help him guide all the programs in the future. "I want to develop relationships with the coaches and students to bring everyone together,"Rogers said."I want to get everyone at the school and in the community excited about our athletics.I'm new at this,so I'm also working to find what my role and responsibilities should be so that I don't do too much or too little.I need to find the right balance to let the coaches coach." It is that attitude and desire to work with coaches and students that set Rogers apart from the other applicants,according to Wesley Chapel principal Carin Nettles. "Mike was chosen for his ability to connect with students,parents,coaches, administration and the community,"Nettles said."He is thorough in his approach,fair, honest and his attention to detail is second to none.Mike has coached multiple sports during his tenure as a teacher,and is a strong leader here at Wesley Chapel High School." Rogers grew up in Holiday and played baseball and soccer while attending Gulf High.He worked at Mitchell for six years as an instructional assistant before coming to Wesley Chapel two years ago. Rogers works in the student support assistance program (SSAP),which helps kids stay in school and succeed.He has been the Wildcats junior varsity girls soccer coach the last two years and was the boys cross country leader in 2010.He is unsure if he will remain at the helm of those programs next year. The new AD replaces Steve Mumaw,who served at the post the last six years.Mumaw resigned the position in May citing a desire to spend more time with his family. "It just takes up too much of my time and it took away from my family life," Mumaw said."I loved working with the kids, but it's time for someone else to step in." Mumaw will remain as an electives teacher and said he hopes to remain as the pitching coach for the baseball team. As for his replacement,Rogers said he would like to fast-forward several months and years to see what the department becomes. "I'm focused on building up all the programs in the present so we can be excited in the future,"Rogers said."I'm hopeful of what's to come."SPORTS Rogers leads Wildcats athletics into the future Mike Rogers Level 2 Hannah Butler,7 and younger Team A Sydney Stanaland,9 and younger Team A Baylee Todd,9 and younger Team A Rachel Bissett,9 and younger Team A Paige Jacobs,9 and younger Team B Nicole Windsor,10 and older Team A Lauren Burgess,10 and older Team A Liana Smith,10 and older Team A Kayla McCarty,10 and older Team ALevel 3Alyson Partain*,8 and younger Team A Reilly Whritenour,8 and younger Team A Kylie Weiser,8 and younger Team B Alexis McFarland,8 and younger Team B Tifani Farquhar,age 9 and 10 Team A Claire Weisbein,age 9 and 10 Team A Delanie Whitfield,age 9 and 10 Team A Julianna Mazza,age 9 and 10 Team B Sunina Bissett,age 9 and 10 Team B Victoria Neukom*,11 and older Team A Jessie Hart,11 and older Team A Melissa Tipton,11 and older Team A Madison Tilton,11 and older Team ALevel 4Emily Weiser,age 9 and 10 Team A Kayleigh Ross,age 9 and 10 Team A Megan Partain,age 9 and 10 Team B Emily Rivera*,11 and older Team A Lyndra Davis,11 and older Team AModified OptionalTaylor Watson,11 and younger Team A Skyler McCoy,12 and older Team A Mya Neal,12 and older Team B Ashley Morris,12 and older Team B Julia Blankenbaker,12 and older Team B *Denotes division champion Liana Smith is one of 32 athletes from East Pasco Gymnastics who will be competing this weekend at regionals. (Photos courtesy of Lisa Pitts) Siblings Megan and Alyson Partain, Rachel and Sunina Bissett and Kyleigh and Emily Weiser will all be competing at regionals.East Pasco Gym sends 32 to regionalsEast Pasco Gymnastics,35934 SR 54 in Zephyrhills,will be well represented in the first ever AAU Southeast Regional meet in Charlotte,N.C.on June 18 and 19.The gym has athletes mainly from Zephyrhills,Dade City and Wesley Chapel.For more information on the gym,visit www.eastpascogymnastics.com or call (813) 715-7400.Those who will be representing Florida at the meet include:

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38130 Pretty Pond Road • Zephyrhills, FL33540813-235-4185www.bentleycommons.com/zephyrhills Bentley Commons is the Premier senior community providing all the services and amenities of a five star resort!• 2 restaurant-style meals daily • Housekeeping • Linen services • 24 Hour Concierge Service • Rehab Services • Social & recreational activities • Scheduled transportation • Monthly rental, No buy-in fees • Full-service beauty salonYour Comfort. Our Pleasure.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER June 15,2011 14 Check This Out Summer Youth Football Camp Wesley Chapel High football coach Ben Alford and his staff will have a football camp June 20-23 from 8 a.m.-12 p.m.at the school, 30651 Wells Road in Wesley Chapel.The cost is $65 per athlete.Those interested should bring cleats,gym shorts,T-shirt and socks. "This will be a great opportunity for you and your parents to see what we can offer as a football program," Alford said."Stay after camp to cheer on the Wildcats." For more information,email Alford at dalford@pasco.k12.fl.us.WCAA travel baseball tryoutsThe Wesley Chapel Athletic Association's baseball program will have player tryouts for all AAU teams in mid-July.The tryouts are to find the top players to fill the 8U,9U,10U, 11U,12U and 13U age group teams.All interested players who would like to try out for a position should email baseball@wcaafla.org.Wesley Chapel Cowboys footballThe Wesley Chapel Cowboys youth tackle football program,which plays at Wesley Chapel District Park,is currently registering players for its upcoming fall season,its 10th anniversary. Players ages 12-14 interested in signing up should visit wcaa.countmein.com.Players must not weigh more than 165 pounds.The season is 10 games long with playoffs at the end.All equipment and uniforms will be provided.The Cowboys will,for the first time,host the 2011 Gulf Coast Youth Football Conference Super Bowl,either at Wiregrass Ranch or Wesley Chapel high school in November.The program has won four championships during the last six years.For additional information on the Cowboys,visit www.leaguelineup.com/wcaacowboys.Freedom High Football CampsFreedom High football coach Tchecoy Blount and his staff will have two football camps this summer at the school,17410 Commerce Park Blvd.in New Tampa. The first session is June 21-23.The beginners camp,for ages 6-15,is from 4-7 p.m.each day,while one for elite players,for ages 12-16, is from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.There is another camp for beginners July 25-27,for ages 6-15,from 47 p.m.For more information,call Blount at (813) 558-1185 ext.519. 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(Caesar salad Ð add $1.50)DRINK SPECIALS:2-4-1 on select house wines & draft beers $3.95 Stella Artois $5.00 Off any bottle of wine on Thursdays!www.piccolaitaliarestaurant.com All Dinners Homemade N.Y. Style Pizza Homemade Cheesecake Spaghetti & MeatballsItalian American Restaurant Fine Italian Cuisine37502 SR 54 West Zephyrhills 782-2856 Tues-Wed-Thurs: Any Size Pizza Buy 1 Get 1 Half PriceCOME TRY OUR DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS ALSO! Sunlake squads also score highBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) released its Academic Team Champions for spring sports,which include baseball,softball,boys weightlifting, boys and girls tennis,boys and girls track and field and flag football. Teams with a combined grade point average (GPA) higher than 3.0 were ranked against others within the same classification.Of the seven spring sports Wiregrass Ranch High competes in,five made the list. "We are very proud of the accomplishments of our athletes,"said Bulls athletic director Dave Wilson."They work hard on and off the playing field,courts and track.All of our coaches set high expectations for our student-athletes and we follow through with tracking them,encouraging them and getting them help if needed." Wilson added Wiregrass Ranch several teachers who volunteer their time as academic coaches. The only other area school with teams making the cut was Sunlake High,which had six squads represented. "At Sunlake we are very fortunate to have great teachers who are also great coaches,"said Russ Schenk,Seahawks'athletic director."Most of our coaches use some type of study hall system and give studentathletesthe opportunity forindividual tutors when needed.Student-athletes also have the opportunity to go to tutoring if needed." Wilson is also the Bulls boys tennis coach which won a Class 3A regional championship this year while also posting a 3.604 GPA,higher than any other area team. "My tennis boys are just very talented on the court and in the classroom,"Wilson said. "I have not had to set any special rules for them.I think the competitive nature of this group makes them be competitive in the classroom as well." Wilson added Wiregrass Ranch has several teachers who volunteer their time as academic coaches. Flag football is only offered in Hillsborough County and no area team qualified.Boys weightlifting is only a sport in Pasco County.SPORTS Bulls spring sports tops in area grades Sunlake boys weightlifting coach Matt Smith talks with his team last season. The squad finished with the third highest combined GPAof any Class 1A boys weightlifting team in 2011. (File photos) Senior Spencer Ong and the Bulls boys tennis team had the highest GPAof any area team on the FHSAA Academic Champions list, with a 3.604. Wiregrass Ranch and Sunlake teams on the list include:BaseballWiregrass Ranch had the seventh highest GPA for 4A program at 3.216.No other area team made the list.SoftballWiregrass Ranch topped all area schools in 4A,posting a 3.398 GPA,the eighth highest in the state.Sunlake came in 20th with a 3.156.Boys weightliftingSunlake finished in third in 1A,the highest placing of any squad on the list.The Seahawks posted a 3.019 GPA.No other area team made the list.Boys tennisThe Wiregrass Ranch squad had the highest overall GPA of any area program on the list at 3.604.That was good enough for the fourth highest 3A program in the state.Sunlake's squad posted a 3.377,which was the ninth best in 2A.Girls tennisThe Seahawks team had 3.530,the 14th highest in 2A.The Bulls put up a 3.529, good enough for 11th best in 3A.Boys track and fieldSunlake was the only area team on the list.Seahawks athletes combined for a 3.194,the sixth highest in 3A.Girls track and fieldThe Bulls finished with the 11th best GPA in 3A,combining for a 3.431. Sunlake's 3.204 had the 20th highest GPA in 3A. For more information on Academic Team Champions list,visit www.fhsaa.org. Soash catches the big oneNorm Soash caught this 5.78-pound bass while fishing in the South Pasco Bassmasters May tournament on Lake Tarpon. Soash finished in first place with a total weight of 14.49 pounds at the event. (Photo by John Medvid)

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Chalk Talk wants to help you share the news when students win awards, teachers do neat projects, someone gets promoted or retires, or you are planning a play, festival or other fun event.Send school news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.comKUDOS AND MILESTONES ZEPHYRHILLS COUNSELOR WINS COUNTYWIDE HONORSJulie Moore,the guidance counselor at Zephyrhills High,was named Pasco County Guidance Counselor of the Year.Principal Steve Van Gorden congratulated her by noting in an announcement,"I am so proud of Mrs.Moore and her accomplishments this year.I have entrusted many responsibilities on campus to her and she continues to be successful.I personally place a great deal of confidence in her abilities and decision-making."RUSHE MIDDLE STUDENTS OF THE MONTHThe students of the month in May at Rushe Middle were:Kelly Blaker,Caden Corra,Michael Dunleavy,Alvin Guo,Cassidy Kallenborn,Parmiss Khosravi,Brittany Martinetto-Papas,Logan Morrell,Branden Scrivener,Aeisha Stone,Nicole Stoneley, Ryan Verscharen and Lauren Wilford. Jerry McCarthy of State Farm and the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce sponsor Rushe's student of the month program.DAR GIVES AWARDSilvia Martinez,who graduated recently from Pasco High,was honored by the Echebucsassa Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution during a May 18 awards ceremony at Pasco High.She received a medal of honor and a $300 scholarship for her outstanding program performance and leadership skills.MOORE-MICKENS STUDENTS OF THE MONTHMoore-Mickens Education Center announced these students of the month for May:Jason Patten,Markeshia Kinsler,Tony Wiggins and Elvia Velasquez.SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY HONOREDThe Corporation for National and Community Service has named Saint Leo University as a leader among institutions of higher education for the university's support of volunteering,service-learning and civic engagement.Saint Leo was admitted to the 2010 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for engaging its students,faculty and staff in meaningful service that achieves measurable results in the community.NEWS BRIEFS PEER EVALUATORS Hillsborough County Public Schools welcomed 56 new peer evaluators for the 2011-12 school year.In addition to kindergarten through 12th grade teachers,peer evaluators for next year will represent adult education,guidance counselors,hospital homebound,media specialists, pre-kindergarten and technology specialists. Peer evaluators work with experienced teachers,observing and conferencing with them.They also contribute to the employee's evaluation.For the first years of the Empowering Effective Teachers initiative, 74 peer evaluators were hired in 2010-11.HELPING OTHERS ROTARY PRESENTS DICTIONARIESThe Rotary Club of Wesley Chapel Sunrise presented dictionaries and book lights to 102 students who were finishing fifth-grade at Wesley Chapel Elementary.The presentation happened on May 18.SUMMER FOOD PROGRAMHillsborough County Public Schools will have a summer food service program for children,Monday through Thursday,June 13Aug.12 at schools that have summer school programs. All children 18 and younger are eligible for a breakfast and lunch at no charge,regardless of whether they are enrolled in summer school.Parents or guardians should call individual schools to verify meal times. 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ommunity Education SeriesDid you know that if you are age or older, you may be at risk for colorectal cancer? Learn about screening and treatment options for colorectal cancer.Thursday, June Colorectal cancer is cancer of the colon and/or rectum. Most cases of colon cancer begin as small, benign (noncancerous) clumps of cells called adenomatous polyps. Over time, some of these polyps become cancerous. Colon cancer is equally common in men and women. Roland Chin-Lue, MD, and Shiraz Farooq, MD, will discuss screenings, prevention and detection options for colon and rectal cancer. What Wrist, Hand, and Finger Conditions Require a Consultation With a Surgical Specialist? Thursday, June Join us to nd out treatment options for common hand problems from carpal tunnel and other nerve compressions, to trigger ngers, de Quervains tenosynovitis, thumb arthritis, common sports injuries and Dupuytrens contracture release. Join John M. Rayhack, MD, as he discusses options for common wrist, hand and nger conditions.All seminars begin at :pm (doors open at pm) and are located in the Garden Lobby Classroom. Reserve your space: StJosephsNorth.com/Events FREE SEMINAR FREE PARKING Like us on Facebook. BC1111800611 Need a Hand With Your Hand? Age 50+? 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER June 15,2011 20

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER June 15,2011 21 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! Scent Essentials 352-303-2890 14012 7th Street • Dade CityAcross from Badcock Furniture by Tom's Steak HouseScent EssentialsMon-Sat 11am-8pm JewelryHomemade: soaps / candles / scrubs / bath supplies Metal Plasma Home DŽcor & Exterior Fencing and Gates Western ÔBling' Belts and Purses Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comThe Laker / Lutz News The LAKER/ Lutz NEWS813.909.2800 www.cnewspubs.com Show us what you've got!Send us your news and photos from your event for publication in The Laker/ Lutz News. Send good quality photos (200 dpi minimum) to news@cnewspubs.com subject line: ATTN: Community photosBe sure to include a short description of the event and the first and last names of everyone in your photo. www.floridataxwatch.org/dpa Accenture € ACS Government Solutions € Association Studios € AT&T Awards4U € Bank of America Merrill Lynch € Dominic & Debbie Calabro Correctional Healthcare Companies € Steve & Linda Evans The Florida Network € Florida Transportation Builders Association Infinity Software Development € MAXIMUS € NorthgateArinso € NSI Publix Super Markets Charities € Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare Tate Enterprises with partner sponsors Recognizing, Rewarding andReplicating Excellence in State Government Since 1989. Congratulations to the 2011 Prudential Davis Productivity Award Winners and Recipients of the First Governors Excellence Awards! rial office in a box."Wilkeson said the council knew Spina might not have a permanent office for a few months after beginning work as a professor. "Zephyrhills is a great place to live and to work,"Spina said,adding he and his wife, Judy,have no plans to move away from Zephyrhills. "I'm very happy for Steve,"said Jodi Wilkeson,the council president."I've come to respect him as a fine leader of people and someone with a real passion for our city. We're glad to have Mr.Drumm join us.I think we looked far and wide for the right choice for our city and I hope things are going to work out great with him as well. We'll be sad to see Steve go,but I'm excited for him in his professional career as a professor,"Wilkeson said. "We appreciate the service that Dr.Spina has provided.He certainly has kept the train on the tracks,"said Ken Compton,the council's vice president."We certainly hate to see him go,"said Councilman Lance Smith."He's done some great things for the city.He's overseen a lot of expansion in the city.He's been a great person to have guiding our city,"Smith concluded."I think he has some great opportunities ahead of him,but the city will miss him and we all wish him well,"said Linda Boan, Zephyrhills city clerk. "Steve is really a true friend.I feel I've become a better person by knowing him.I'm sure that whatever he does you'll still know that he is around,"said Greg First,vice president of the Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce.SPINA,from page 1the future." FDOT statistics from 2010 show that as many as 75,550 vehicles drive on the two interstates through the project zone. "The interstate is being widened according to the master plan for the interstate system in the Tampa Bay area,which calls for at least three lanes in each direction to reduce congestion and improve safety," McShaffrey said."Finishing this section will complete I-275 widening north of downtown and will also work in conjunction with the coming widening of I-75."The southern end of the project is already underway.It started in fall 2009 and includes improvements to the SR 56 exit ramps from both I-275 and I-75.That portion comes with a $29.9 million price tag and is scheduled to be finished in the fall of 2015.Additionally,construction crews began the $20.5 million widening of I-275 from Bearss to where it splits with I-75 from four to six lanes,a stretch of 5.7 miles.New lanes will not be added in the 2.3-mile stretch where the Hillsborough and southern-most Pasco projects meet. "In that location the new exit ramps are very long and will act as the widened lanes," McShaffrey said. The remaining widening in Pasco is not yet fully funded and parts are still about a year from starting,but FDOT spokeswoman Kris Carson said it will happen. The first step is to take the 4.3-mile stretch of I-75 from just south of SR 56 to north of SR 54 from four to eight lanes at aI-75,from page 1"He has had a very positive impact on Zephyrhills.He has been a great asset to the city and he will be missed,"said Billy Poe, Dade City's city manager.Poe had worked in the Zephyrhills planning department for five years prior to going to work for Dade City three years ago. Spina was a journalist prior to working for the city. "You can't be successful without good employees.Zephyrhills city employees have done such a good job that they have made me look good,"Spina said.He received several standing ovations during brief remarks in which he humbly accepted the accolades that were being lavishly bestowed upon him. A hands-on city manager,Spina had a reputation for getting out and about to keep his finger on the city's pulse. A new police station and a new fire station were built during his stint as city manager. Also,two major new shopping complexes Ð the Walmart Supercenter and Zephyr Commons Ð were both developed on the city's north side.A YMCA opened in Zephyrhills;and Bentley Commons at Zephyrhills,a premier senior independent living community,opened on Pretty Pond Road.Two other large apartment complexes Ð Grand Reserve and Fort King Colony Ð are being developed.Also,Zephyrhills was able to attract Sysco Food Services to purchase 64 acres near Chancey Road and Sixth Street for a 393,000square-foot distribution center.The sagging economy has slowed Sysco's plans to develop the site that would employ 250 people.cost of $22.5 million.That job is fully funded and began in March.It will also improve drainage and add overhead signage and high-mast lighting.There will be periodic lane closures from 8 p.m.-5 a.m. The project will be complicated near the Tampa North Aero Park in Wesley Chapel,as that facility is very close to the existing lanes.The new roadway will shift slightly east,which will avoid the small airport and reduced the price of right-of-way land purchase. The widening from SR 56 to SR 54 is scheduled for completion by fall 2012,but McShaffrey said the job is well ahead of that pace. "It is likely this project will finish around eight months ahead of schedule," McShaffrey said. The next step is to take I-75 from four to six lanes from SR 54 to north of SR 52,a stretch of about 16 miles.It will also include resurfacing the existing lanes,lengthening of the interstate's bridge over SR 52 to accommodate the state road's future widening and building a new loop ramp to allow more drivers facing west on SR 52 to enter I-75. Very little of the SR 54 to SR 52 widening is funded,with only $6 million allocated toward funding. The northern portion will expand I-75 from four to six lanes from just north of SR 52 to the Hernando County Line,a distance of about 10 miles.FDOT has allocated $13.8 million for right-of-way land purchases and $3.3 million for design,but the actual construction is not yet funded.

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