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TheLAKER JULY 27,2011 FREE Zephyrhills/Dade City EditionFuture likely to have private firms running facilities By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThough Pasco County has $11.4 million to build new recreation facilities, there's no money in the budget to operate any new facilities. "We barely have the budget to maintain what we have,"said county parks director Rick Buckman."We've lost 30 percent of our budget since 2007 and we're expecting more cuts this year." In total,the department's budget has been cut $1.8 million from 2007-10 and Buckman said the projected reductions this year is $470,000,down another 5.8 percent.They are already planning to close the last two public pools,which would save $289,000 a year in operating costs. Despite the budget concerns,the Pasco Commission is looking to the private sector for ways to use the money allocated for new faProposed park sites Regional park in Wesley Chapel near Wiregrass Ranch High Regional park Starkey Park in Odessa Small local park in Trinity Cable park on the Gulf coast in Hudson Pasco shifts parks department's focusSee PARKS,page11 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comIt doesn't take long to see that Adriana Ortiz has big ideas. Ask the 17 year old what she wants to do with her life and she readily responds,"I want to have a big influence on the global community." Along those lines,she's leaving this week to finish her high school education by studying abroad in Mendoza, Argentina. She will be the first senior in Pasco County schools to fulfill her high school graduation requirements while attending high school in a foreign country,said her mother,Lenora Ortiz, who teaches Advanced Placement World History at Wiregrass Ranch High. Even though she speaks Spanish, Adriana said she knows it will be an adjustment to take all of her classes in Spanish and to use the language in her daily conversations. She's concerned about how much science she may be expected to take. "For one,I'm not really good at that here,and if I'm trying to learn physics in Spanish they use words I don't even know in English." She plans to be low-key,as she gets acquainted with her new surroundings. "I'm going to be pretty much silent the first few days,especially when I get in school.I'm just going to observe,see what I should or should not be doing,"Adriana said. She's already changed her diet in anticipation of her move. "I was a vegetarian for three years. I had to drop it,"she said.Argentina is known for its beef,and her host family has already informed her that they do lots of barbecuing. Besides eating different foods,she'll have to get used to eating at different times of the day,too.But she's excited about what awaits her. Her first step on this new adventure will be to fly to Houston,where she'll meet two other exchange students.They'll travel together to Buenos Aires and then will be transported to Rosario for an orientation program with exchange students from all over the world. After that,she'll arrive at her host family's home,just two days before school begins. One of the first things on her host family's agenda is to take her to see the Andes Mountains range. Her upcoming experience will be the longest time she's spent away from home,but it won't be the first time she's studied abroad. She spent one summer studying in Quito,Ecuador. While there,she spent a couple of hours each day simply conversing in Spanish with her teacher. That experience inspired Adriana's idea for her senior project.While in Adriana Ortiz will spend her senior year as a Pasco County student studying abroad in Mendoza, Argentina. (Photo by B.C. Manion)Argentina awaits Wiregrass student Kenneth Burgess will serve the remaining eight months of former Zephyrhills City Councilman Tim Urban's term. (Photo by Joe Potter)Burgess joins Zephyrhills City CouncilBy Joe PotterLaker CorrespondentZephyrhills has a new city councilman. Kenneth Burgess was sworn in on Monday,July 25 to serve the remainder of Councilman Tim Urban's term after Urban resigned to relocate.Burgess,52, is a drafting instructor at Zephyrhills High. Burgess had been interested in serving on City Council for the past few years. "It's just been the last few years that I've kind of been following things along and I thought it might be interesting to try and get involved,"Burgess said regarding his decision to file for Urban's vacated seat.He had held off on running By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comMembers of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie and Auxiliary in Zephyrhills recently gave a boost to the local hospital that may someday save their lives. The group donated $3,000 to Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Heart Institute,after also giving $5,000 in 2010. "I will say it was a lot of work,but it was a lot of fun," said Eagles member Ellen Moore."We had a rock-a-thon, where we were in our pajamas for eight hours and took pledges;raffles,poker games and other things." The club raises money for a charity most months of the year.The $3,000 given to the Heart Institute was raised during February, which is heart health for women month. "We try to give to a large variety of charities,"said Eagles member Ralph Michelon. Moore added,"And we try and keep the money within the community.(The hospital) is in our backyard,or frontyard,and we may need it." Moore said Eagles past president Nyla Griswold had heart surgery at the institute. "We know we might someday have to come to the heart center too,"Moore said. "We want to make sure it's still here and has the best equipment." Heart Institute assistant vice president Gwen Alonso said she sees the donation as a two-way street. "Our focus is really on giving back to the community,"Alonso said."The community supports us and we want to support the community.It's a great partnership." Hospital CEO Doug Duffield and Alonso were on hand to accept the check. "This is more than just taking a check in the lobby,"Duffield said."This means something to what we do every day." Duffield explained such donations are even more important to Florida Hospital Zephyrhills,as it is a nonprofit. "Most of the revenue that comes in from patients goes into patient care,"Duffield said."When you need to do large capital projects,where you need a lot of upfront capital,participation from the community is important and it will allow a hospital like this to open new programs and expand access to care we couldn't do otherwise. Donations like this allowed us to expand into cardiology sooner than we would have done before." Duffield said the story is similar with the hospital's future Breast Health Center. "The community's participation in that will allow us to expand access for breast health,"Duffield said.Eagles'donation helps Heart Institute soar By the numbers at the Heart Institute2,692diagnostic cardiac catheterizations in 2009 and 20101,303interventional catheterizations in 2009 and 2010654electrophysiology procedures in 2009 and 2010 About 300open heart surgeries in 2009 and 2010Services at the Heart Institute include cardiac catheterizations,electrophysiology procedures,open-heart surgery and cardiac rehab. See ARGENTINA,page11 See BURGESS,page11From left are Eagles members Ron Walton and Diane Faro, hospital CEO Doug Duffield, Heart Institute assistant vice president Gwen Alonso and Eagles members Ellen Moore and Ralph Michelon. Eagles members donated $3,000 to Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Heart Institute on July 21. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) See HEART,page11


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Currently,Pasco residents must buy blue bags from area grocery stores if they want to recycle materials such as plastics,glass and metals.However,the county program does not include paper or cardboard pickup. Seney said there are no immediate plans to add paper to curbside pickup,or small bins to replace the blue bag system. By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comPasco residents still cannot recycle paper from their driveway,but the county's recycling department is working to make it easier to save trees. Pasco Recycling and the Pasco District School Board's Conservation Department are joining up to put 25 new large paper bins at various locations throughout the county.The effort is called Bring It from Home,which emphasizes the initiative needed by citizens to save natural resources. "A person can reduce their curbside garbage by as much as 50 percent by recycling all paper products in their home,"said Jennifer Seney,Pasco Recycling coordinator."This includes corrugated cardboard,thin cardboard like cereal boxes, newspaper,magazines, phone books,junk mail,office paper,paper bags and paper packaging." There are now 100 bins throughout the county,plus facilities to recycle at all of Pasco's public schools. "With close to 90 school campuses and Pasco County adding another 25 sites,we've achieved an amazing depth of coverage for paper recycling drop off,"said Karen Bryant, the Pasco School District's recycling coordinator."It is exciting that any citizen should be able to find a recycling drop-off site within a few miles of their home." Seney said the goal is to collect two to four tons a month from each container.The community paper recycling program earns money for fire stations,libraries,parks and schools. "This program is a great way for someone to show their support for these community services,"Bryant said."It's a real win for everyone." The new bins were provided at no charge by U.S.GreenFiber,a paper recycler and re-manufacturer.GreenFiber will service the bins and turns cardboard,newspaper and other paper products into insulation at its plant in Ybor City.The insulation is marketed at local retailers such as Home Depot and Lowe's. Seney cautioned users to follow the rules for recycling paper so unusable items do not contaminate the entire bin. "You can recycle anything that's paper fiber that's not contaminated by human or food waste,which means no paper towels,napkins, paper plates,pizza boxes," Seney said."And no plasticized paper like menus." The paper recycling bins' bright-green color and frog logos make them easy to find,according to Seney.The flattened cardboard boxes should go through the top of the containers and there are openings on the side to deposit the other paper products. Seney said the new bins are in part due to increased demand from residents wanting ways to recycle paper easier.In Pasco's 2010 resident survey,nearly 75 percent of responders said they wanted easier ways to recycle.Specifically,the more than 1,800 people who participated indicated they By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comPasco County government will have to lay off 14 workers to make its budget for next year,but the total will not likely add to the area's unemployment numbers. County Administrator John Gallagher's spending plan for the 2011-12 fiscal year is roughly the same as the current budget;just more than $1 billion.The proposal cuts 31 jobs,of which only 14 are currently filled. Fortunately for those affected,the county will add 14 new positions in other departments with similar job descriptions.Those affect will be given first priority for those new jobs,according to Gallagher."Most of the jobs would be cut from departments that are paid for with property taxes, like the parks department,"Gallagher said."The new jobs will be in utilities and stormwater departments.Those are paid for with fees."The proposed budget Gallagher presented is based on the assumption the county commissioners will not raise the property tax rate. Pasco property appraiser Mike Wells said the value of property dropped 2.5 percent this year,but predicts the prices have bottomed out. "I think we might be at or very near the bottom,"Wells said. Also,for the fourth straight year,county workers will not receive a raise. The proposal also calls for closing the remaining two public swimming pools, located in Land O'Lakes and Hudson,to save $290,000 in annual operating costs and $100,000 in repairs.County Commissioner Jack Mariano said he will not vote for a budget that includes drying up the facilities. "It's vital that we have these pools open," Mariano said."I think we could work a deal to keep them open with private companies running them.That will keep the cost down." County parks director Rick Buckman said he has a tentative agreement with the Land O'Lakes Lightning swimming club to operate the pool at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex on Collier Parkway.He did not elaborate on any details,except the plan would include some public use. Buckman said no club has stepped up to help run the pool in Hudson. The swimming and diving teams from Land O'Lakes,Sunlake,River Ridge and Hudson high schools use the public pools for home meets and practices.Buckman said he will be meeting with the coaches from the schools to discuss further options. While raises and pools may be on the chopping block,Pasco's budget situation could have been a lot worse if the county hadn't saved $4.2 million from the current fiscal year.Additionally,the state Legislature's new requirement for government workers to contribute 3 percent toward their own pension plan saved another $5.6 million. The proposed budget will continue to be discussed at various workshops and commission meetings before being adopted in September.It will need to be approved to go in place by Oct.1. For more information on the Pasco budget,visit shifts jobs to prevent layoffsPasco County's push to save paper Pasco County has added 25 new bins to recycle paper products. (Photo courtesy of Jennifer Seney) New area bins Fire station No.16,34335 Chancey Road in Zephyrhills Fire station No.23,21300 SR 54 in Lutz Fire station No.26,28229 Aronwood Wesley Chapel Fire station No.37,18015 SR 54 in Lutz Land O' Lakes Library,2818 Collier Parkway in Land O' Lakes New River Library,34043 SR 54 in Zephyrhills Land O' Lakes Recreation Complex,3032 Collier Parkway in Land O' Lakes Land O' Lakes Community Center,5401 US 41 in Land O' Lakes Odessa Community Center,1627 Chesapeake Drive in Odessa Wesley Chapel District Park,7727 Boyette Road in Wesley Chapel John S.Burk Memorial Park,13220 Gene Nelson Dade City Samuel Pasco Park,39835 Chancey Road in Zephyrhills Dade City Courthouse,38053 Live Oak Dade City Recyclable paper products Corrugated cardboard Junk mail Magazines Newspaper Office paper Paper bags Paper packaging Phone books Thin cardboard like cereal boxes


WIN A FREE MONTH OF PERSONAL TRAININGText "WinPT" to / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER July 27,2011 3 Children have fun in the sun at field dayBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comThey glided down water slides,jumped around in a bounce house and ran through sprinklers,laughing and screaming with joy.Other kids were singing songs or doing crafts or cooling off under two shade tents that were equipped with soaker hoses. No matter what they were doing,hundreds of kids appeared to be having a blast last week at a Camp Wow! Field Day at Withlacoochee River Park. The event was just one of many summer activities provided to children who are taking part in the Pasco Learning and Activity Centers of Enrichment (PLACE) program this summer.The program is part of Pasco County Schools. Last week's camp involved about 700 kids from Seven Oaks,New River,Double Branch,Watergrass,Wesley Chapel, Woodland,Sand Pine,Veterans,Quail Hollow,Chester Taylor and Pasco elementary schools. "We're bringing vacation to the kids. These kids don't always get to go on vacations,"said Karla Graziano,PLACE program coordinator. In addition to the field days,the kids have also had a chance to go swimming and skating and to try their hand at gemstone mining. Before the summer ends,they'll also get to go to a Tampa Bay Rays'baseball game. At last week's field day,the dunk tank was one of the most popular attractions. Kids took turns tossing softballs at a target,trying to soak Mary Grey,the supervisor of the PLACE program. Grey egged them on,good-naturedly. Apparently,lots of the kids were good shots. By mid-morning,Grey estimated she'd been dunked more than 50 times. The kids seemed to love the water slide each gliding down in his or her unique fashion. And,Rebekah Barragan,8 and Bailey Bessette,7,giggled as they made their way around a course chock full of water-related challenges. Jesyriam Garcia,who works at the PLACE Program at Seven Oaks Elementary,said the kids had been looking forward to the day and it appeared to be living up to their expectations. "They're really having fun.I think it's wonderful,"she said.Splish-splash and having a blast Conner Villa, 5, already has a sense of style as he glides down the water slide. (Photos by B.C. Manion) When it got too hot, kids could cool off under shade tents equipped with soaker hoses. Kids lined up to take a shot at knocking Mary Grey into the dunk tank. Grey is supervisor of Pasco Learning and Activity Centers of Enrichment, a childcare program offered through Pasco County Schools. Wyatt Boyett, 9, appears to lounging as he makes his way down the water slide. Alex Sanchez doesn't look like he's having such a great time at the moment, but when he jumped off the slide at the end of the ride, he was all smiles.


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DO YOU HATE YOUR C-PAP?Call (813) 949-0424 TODAY Former U.S. Army Major Free M c B a t h h L a w w F i r m , P A .W e s l e y y C h a p e l 18 Years Experience Divorce Attorney Time to Separate?Connie Bladon picked to lead new hospital's foundationBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comConnie Bladon was taught the importance of giving back to the community while growing up in Massachusetts,and now her giving won't be limited to time away from work.Bladon,who has lived in New Tampa for 23 years,was recently named as the first executive director of Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel Foundation.The hospital is slated to open in the fall of 2012."It's a very exciting opportunity,"Bladon said."This community has needed another healthcare facility for years.To be able to be a part of this and a part of Florida Hospital is very exciting for me." The foundation will support the hospital's efforts to provide healthcare by working with the surrounding communities.For example,the foundation at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills,which is owned by Adventist Health System that will run the Wesley Chapel facility,is currently raising money for its hospital's new Breast Health Center. Carolyn Sentelik,Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation executive director, said the decision to support the new breast center was reached after a lot of communication with the public.Sentelik,who has been with the Zephyrhills foundation for about a year,said the organization also does community outreach and support projects throughout the year.For example,the group organized a fishing tournament in May that raised $11,000 for the future breast center.It also puts together the annual Sister Stroll each October, where those affected by breast cancer can learn about the disease and walk the hospital's fitness trail as a mini Relay For Life-style event."The foundation is small,but mighty," Sentelik said."We have two employees and a lot of volunteers." Bladon said there are no specifics about the direction the Wesley Chapel foundation will take,but predicts it will do the same general work as its sister organization in Zephyrhills. "We are putting together our board of directors right now,"Bladon said.She then added,"After the hospital is built and up and running,what's going to happen is our focus will shift to finding what the community needs.Giving the community the best healthcare possible.That might be technology;that might be new services.It will be whatever the community needs in healthcare." While the hospital is still more than a year from opening,Blandon said the foundation is already "up and running now." Bladon comes to the foundation after spending most of her career in the financial services.She was most recently a vice president of the business banking division with Synovus Bank for just less than four years, where she served both Hillsborough and Pasco counties. "Connie brings a strong breadth of business experience and leadership to our new organization,"said Brian Adams,Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel CEO."Her involvement in the community and ability to draw people to a common cause will help to establish our new hospital as the healthcare facility of choice throughout the Wesley Chapel and New Tampa communities." While Bladon is new to healthcare,she is not a stranger to the volunteering and community support role she will have with the foundation.She said her parents,Connie and Vern,taught her and her brother John to always help others. Some of the volunteer and civic positions she has served in include president of the Rotary Club of New Tampa and its foundation,on the board of the New Tampa Chamber of Commerce and was a part of the Friends of the Library at the New Tampa Branch Library.She has also been on the executive committee for Relay For Life of New Tampa and on the board of Outreach Assisting Students in Schools (OASIS)."I grew up with a family that believed in giving back to the community,"Bladon said. She then added,"My father was always in public service.He was a state representative for five terms and then was in an appointed position.We did a lot of not-for-profit work because of that.My mother was a (Springfield College) professor and did a lot of the same things."Bladon said she is currently looking for anyone who wants to volunteer with the foundation.Those interested should either email her at,or visit and click the foundation tab.True volunteer now works to give back Connie Bladon look your very best this summer cameo c a m e o hair nails massage facials full body waxing spa packages hair extensions keratin 1817 collier parkway,lutz the absolute salon813 948 7411 keratin express treatmentnext day shampoo lasts 6-8 weeks *additional charge for long hair just$8500* shimmer with salon services


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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 EMAIL / DISTRIBUTION Sunset Advertising Distributors/ 727.530.5521 info@sunsetadver tiser EDITORIAL JOE HUMPHREY,Associate Editor jhumphre y@cne B.C. 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He was an avid race car fan, weekend warrior fisherman and loved spending time with his family and friends. He was preceded in death by his father and his son, Robert Buskey. He leaves behind his loving wife of 3 years, Carol Ferger (Wolfle) Gamelin; his daughters, Mrs. Travis (Elizabeth) Brown, and Rachel Gamelin and her fiancÂŽ Raymond McKinney; his step-children, Charlie Wolfle and Melissa Wolfle; granddaughter (his little sunshine) Kayleigh McKinney; brothers and sisters, Roland Gamelin and his wife Laurel of Bow, N.H., Diane Phaneuf and her husband Paul of Manchester, N.H., Claire Kounelas and her husband William of Bedford, N.H., Michael Gamelin of Ridge Manor; step-father William Aldrich Jr. of Lutz; step-sisters Kimberly Henderson and Amy Houle; several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, grand nieces and grand nephews. A memorial service took place July 19 at Hodges Family Funeral Home in Dade City. 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(1) TEN CENT ROAD dates back to the Great Depression.At the time,Work Projects Administration (WPA) workers built a road about 5 miles long that stretched from Ehren Cutoff to connect with Pump Station Road in Land O'Lakes.Those workers where paid 10 cents per hour,which is where the name comes from.(2) TOMMYTOWN was named after Tommy Barfield,who owned much of the area in Dade City after World War II. Barfield bought the land with Dorothy Lock,which was just next to what was then called the Pasco Packing Association and was later named Lykes Pasco.Barfield worked in the plant and also helped build many of the block duplex apartments in the area.The land also included what would eventually become Lock Street,also known as Calle De Milagros,which is named after Dorothy Lock.Today,Tommytown is generally associated with the area along Lock between 14th and 21st streets. (3) TRILCOOCHEE is the area between Trilby and Lacoochee north of Dade City along CR 575,also known as Trilby Road. The center of the community is along US 301.It is sometimes spelled Trilacoochee locally,but appears as Trilcoochee on most maps. (4) TRILBY was named for George du Maurier's Trilby,which was published serially in Harper's Monthly in 1894.It was released as a book for the first time in 1895 and sold 200,000 copies in the United States,a large number at the time.The popularity of the book is what caused the community's naming.Today,the area is normally associated with the area north of Dade City along CR 575,also called Trilby Road,around US 98. (5) WESLEY CHAPEL is the area between Land O'Lakes and Zephyrhills/Dade City in east Pasco County.The community was originally called Double Branch after the twin creeks that flowed across the area. Its named was changed after the opening of the Methodist chapel on the corner of SR 54 and Boyette Road.That church was named for John Wesley,the founder of the Methodist movement. The name Wesley Chapel first appeared in Hernando County school board records from 1877-1878,before Pasco separated from the county to its north.A post office operated in the area from 1897-1902.The post office was called Wesley on maps during that period. The area was considered part of Zephyrhills for most of the 1900s,until the current Wesley Chapel post office opened in 1997.Today the town has nearly 45,000 residents.If it was an incorporated city,it would be the largest municipality in Pasco. For additional information on these areas and how they got their names,visit The Laker and the Lutz News series on how historic places were named will continue throughout the summer.Information is provided by interviews with Pasco County historian Jeff Miller of and the West Pasco Historical Society.See how Lutz got its name next week.WHAT'S IN A NAMETracking history from Ten Cent to Wesley Chapel


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The movies on Aug.2,3 and 4 are Gulliver's Travels and Megamind.Grove 16 is located at 6333 Wesley Grove Wesley Chapel.For information,call (813) 948-5444.BEACH BLASTRichland Baptist Church will host a Beach Blast vacation Bible school beginning at 6 p.m.Aug.7 for children ages 2 through teens.Closing ceremonies are at 7 p.m. Aug.12.The church is located at 40510 Stewart Zephyrhills.For information,call (352) 567-3990.VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLAtonement Lutheran Church,29617 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel,will host a vacation Bible school from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.Aug.1-5 for kindergarten through Grade 7.Cost is $25 per child and $35 for a family.For information,call Julie Kaufmann at (813) 215-6001.END OF SUMMER BASHMOSI will host an End of Summer Bash for teens ages 12-17 from 6:30-11:30 p.m.Aug. 5.The event includes music,movies, gaming and activities,Rock Band group and dancing.Participants can take the ropes course challenge and play laser tag in the exhibits.Parents can drop off their teen.Cost is $33 or $25 for MOS members.MOSI is located at 4801 E. Fowler Ave.For information,call (813) 987-6000.CHURCH DAY CAMPAtonement Lutheran Church,29617 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel,will host a weeklong day camp for children in kindergarten through 7th grade the week of Aug.1. Camp includes Christian education programs and activities in an outdoor setting.Cost is $25 per child;$35 per family.For information,call Julie Kaufmann at (813) 215-6001.OUT AND ABOUT CHAMBER MIXERThe Dade City Chamber of Commerce will host a mixer from 5-7 p.m.July 28 at Kafe Kokopelli's,37940 Live Oak Ave.To RSVP,call the chamber at (352) 567-3769.INSURANCE SEMINARHabitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco will have a class on the topic of insurance titled "Fully Covered"at 6 p.m. Aug.1 at the Dade City Business Center, 15000 Citrus Country Drive.Admission is free.For information,call (352) 567-1444.WILL WEATHERFORD SPEAKSThe Wesley Chapel Economic Development Committee will meet from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.July 28 at American Consulting Engineers,2818 Cypress Ridge Wesley Chapel.Guest speaker is Rep.Will Weatherford.For information, visit ART OF CARTOONINGThe HiBrow Gallery will host a cartooning summer art class from 1-5 p.m.Aug.1-5 for adults and children over the age of 5. Space is limited.To register,visit or the gallery,14125 Seventh Dade City.For cost and information, call (352) 521-3823.CHAMBER BREAKFASTThe Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce will host a breakfast, sponsored by BloodNet USA,at 7 a.m.July 28 at Golden Corral,6855 Gall Blvd.For information,call (813) 782-1913.MUSICAL COMEDIANBentley Commons,38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills,will host Keith Manson and his unique musical comedy show at 3:45 p.m.July 29.Light refreshments served.Admission is free.For information,call (813) 779-4501.DRIVING SEMINARGCS Performance Driving Academy will have a parent seminar on teen drivers from 7-9 p.m.Aug.4 at Copperstone Executive Suites,3632 Land O'Lakes Blvd. Cost is $25 per family.Seating is limited. For information,call (813) 713-4233. 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Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Angels all-star team of the Wesley Chapel Athletic Association (WCAA) won the Florida Dixie softball championship to advance to the world series. Wesley Chapel,which includes players ages 9-10,went 4-0 in the state event in Carrabelle July 7-11,outscoring their opponents 44-2. "It is an awesome feeling to know myself and my team get to represent not only Wesley Chapel,but Florida," said pitcher Jordyn Kadlub. Angels assistant Scott Kadlub said the squad's pitching staff of Jordyn, Jordan Rosenberg,Shelby Westbrook, Riley Baxter and Logan Coward was "the talk of the tournament"for how they were able to keep opposing lineups off the scoreboard.The rotation struck out 35 batters while giving up only three hits during the four games. Scott said the pitching should not overshadow the Angels offense,which averaged 11 runs per contest.Melissa Wark and Westbrook each had a pair of inside-the-park grand slams during the state tournament, while Chase Booker had an inside-the-park home run of her own.Jordyn also did a lot of damage at the plate,posting a .700 batting average. Jordan Almasy and Paige Mulford helped keep the bases packed during the event,taking five and four walks respectively while added two RBI each. The Angels played Marianna in the championship game on July 11,with the team from Pasco County coming out on top 4-0. Wesley Chapel took an early 1-0 lead in the first inning when Anna Margetis had a hit with two strikes and two outs.Baxter hit an RBI triple into left field later in the contest. Jordyn had a complete-game,five inning shutout in the title game. "I was nervous,excited and having fun all at the same time,"Jordyn said."It is a lot of pressure to pitch in a game like that,but my defense behind me and the offense scoring runs helped take some of the pressure off.I am glad I was just able to help my team win the first ever state title for Wesley Chapel."Wesley Chapel is 8-1 during the all-star season this year,after going 4-1 to win the District 4 championship earlier in the summer.Overall,the squad has outscored its opponents 78-5.The WCAA Angels will now represent Wesley Chapel and all of Florida at the Dixie Angels World Series against 11 other states in South Hill,VA July 29-Aug 3.For more information on the WCAA softball program,visit By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comSome people are addicted to computers, video games and other technology,but Zephyrhills resident Brad Bouthot craves the dark and dusty garage behind his house. It is there in a small corner where Bouthot,21,pursues his passion for Olympic weightlifting."I can't really put my finger on exactly what keeps me working,"Bouthot said."Just wanting more than the average person. Doing something that other people can't do."Bouthot,a 2007 graduate of Zephyrhills High,has risen to the 25th spot nationally in the 94 kilogram,207 pound,weight class for USA Weightlifting. "I've always been very self-motivated," Bouthot said."Plus I was raised on 80s action films like the Rocky movies." Bouthot's training facility is much like what Rocky Balboa used in Rocky IV,when the fictitious fighter used basic methods like chopping down trees and throwing logs. Bouthot has only a few feet of hard rubber mat to practice. "I enjoy working out like this,"Bouthot said."I'm not the kind of person to go to the gym and try to draw attention.I'd rather go out in the 100 degree barn and workout." Bouthot also sprints to increase leg strength. "That explosive fast-twitch muscle is what I'm looking for,"Bouthot said."It's more than just the pure strength.You need a lot of athleticism.I mean,I can dunk a basketball even though I'm only 5-10." He trains twice a day,one hour per session,seven days a week.He said he is always lifting close to his maximum,so he is rarely sore. "It's just as normal as walking to me," Bouthot said."To me, lifting 350 pounds is as normal as walking to the refrigerator.It's nothing new." He said stretching is almost as important as the lifts. "When we do the lifts,when you get down,you're only a couple inches off the ground and that takes a lot of flexibility in the hips and legs," Bouthot said."The lower you get,the less you have to pull the weights up." Bouthot is very strict about getting in both sessions daily.There are times he lifts at midnight because that is the only time he can get his second workout in around school and work.Bouthot started Olympic weightlifting in 2010,but was on the Bulldogs team his sophomore,junior and senior years.He made the All-Sunshine Athletic Conference team as a junior and senior and qualified for the Class 1A state meet his final season.He still has the Zephyrhills record of 275 pounds for a 169pound lifter in the clean and jerk.Bouthot first began lifting as a freshman at Zephyrhills.He would walk from school to the East Pasco YMCA on Eiland Boulevard every day.Bouthot was also a tight end on the Bulldogs football team that won the program's last district championship in 2006. "I was doing it for football,but I eventually started liking it more than football," Bouthot said.He then added,"It's an individual sport,and I like that.If you do the work you get all the glory,but if you fail it's only because of yourself." One of the biggest challenges was learning how to do the power snatch lift,which is similar to a clean.Lifters take a wide grip on the barbell and put it over their head in one motion. "It was completely foreign to me," Bouthot said."I actually like this kind of lifting better.It's more challenging.Any meathead can lie on their back and do a bench press.This takes more skill to balance 300 pounds over your head."Bouthot mainly does three lifts while training the clean,snatch and back squats."I only bench press maybe once a month,"Bouthot said."I can still bench 350 pounds.When you do the clean and snatch, it's a complete body workout." Bouthot has lifted at the last two Sunshine State Games,placing second in the event this year.That was June 18,where he put up 605 total pounds, a 330 clean and 275 snatch.Those are both personal bests.Bouthot was only 1 kilogram,2.2 pounds,behind the eventual champion. Bouthot also won the Miami Classic event,his first career title,within the last year.He plans to compete in the National Collegiate Weightlifting Championships next spring with the goal of being in the top three. After that,Bouthot may take a run at the Olympics. "That could be in the future,but that's a long way off if it happens," Bouthot said."It's too late for 2012,but 2016 or even 2020 might happen." His other goal now is getting his degree in exercise science from Florida Southern College,where he just enrolled after spending two years at PascoHernando Community College. Bouthot also works with some Pasco High football players to help them get stronger. He has been training since May with Devin Wilson,who graduated from Pasco this year and was a linebacker on the Pirates football team. Wilson,who competes at 187 pounds/85 kilograms,also lifted in high school and was a little shocked the first time he performed a snatch and put up just 135 pounds.He now can snatch 200 and clean 300. "He tells me to stay motivated because there isn't anyone else to do that for you," Wilson said."From the first day I saw an Olympic lifter I've wanted to do it,and Brad is helping me." The two will likely compete at an August event in Venice,which will be Wilson's first meet. Bouthot only sees his own coach,Eric Auciello,about once a week to make sure his technique is sound.Auciello said Bouthot has the ability and drive to go as far as he wants with his skills. Angels all-star rosterJordan Almasy Riley Baxter Chase Booker Logan Coward Jordyn Kadlub Baylie King Anna Margetis Paige Mulford Neely Peterson Jordan Rosenberg Melissa Wark Shelby Westbrook Will Coward,coach Scott Kadlub,assistant Scott King,assistant Mike Peterson,assistant The WCAAAngels all stars after winning the Florida Dixie softball tournament in Carrabelle. (Photo courtesy of Scott Kadlub) Zephyrhills High graduate Brad Bouthot lifts 255 pounds as if it is nothing at his training facility behind his home. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)Weight of the world Brad Bouthot rises up national lifting charts813-909-2800 / THE LAKER July 27,2011 8 WCAA Angels all stars advance to softball world series

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The idea is not completely new,as the commission worked out a deal with Sportsplex USA to manage a regional park at Starkey Park in Odessa.The county offered $12 million to build the site,but demanded assurance from Sportsplex that the site would remain open regardless of the finances. "We can't give away millions of taxpayer dollars without a guarantee the money won't go to waste,"Schrader said."I'd say that's something we should always ask for." Sportsplex walked away from the deal earlier this year.A similar proposal to build the proposed Pasco National Tennis Center in Saddlebrook Resort in 2009 fell through as well because of Pasco wanting protection for the money given. Now the county can use additional money from sales tax and impact fees,up to a total of $21 million,to sweeten any deal to operate such facilities.However,Pasco has yet to come up with a way to make such proposals palatable for private companies. "We're kind of to the point where we have to decide,where do we want to move forward?"said Michele Baker,assistant county administrator. Commissioner Pat Mulieri added,"We just have to be realistic.There isn't money to be able to run these facilities,but we need to think of how to better Pasco County." Pasco commissioners talked about four potential sites to build new facilities at a recent board meeting,which include large regional parks in Wesley Chapel near Wiregrass Ranch High and Starkey Park. They also include smaller locations in Trinity and Hudson.PARKS,from page 1The board discussed creating a 160-acre park in Wesley Chapel.Pasco would own 40 acres with the Porter family controlling the remaining 120 with some level of public access. J.D.Porter,whose family owns much of the Wiregrass Ranch land,has described the future site as similar to Disney's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando.He envisions a tournament destination for many different sports,which could help boost Pasco's economy. "We have the Dick's Lacrosse Tournament each winter and that brings so many people from all over the country," Mulieri said."Our hotels,restaurants and stores are packed.It's a major shot in the arm each year." In Odessa,the board still wants to build an 80-acre park in Starkey Ranch.The facility would likely include baseball and soccer fields,a skate park,a bicycle track and a cable park on a lake for water skiing. Much like in Wesley Chapel,the county would like to own part of the land,which would be paid for by fees imposed on the privately operated portion. Former county commissioner Michael Cox,a representative for the Starkey family, said the public park would "provide the foot traffic and exposure"for the private section. Cox was the main supporter of the Sportsplex project when on the board. Building the four proposed parks would take a near miracle,according to Commissioner Jack Mariano. "I don't think we could build all four," Mariano said."It is good to have these things in front of us,so we can have more discussions.We can't move forward without these kinds of talks." County Administrator John Gallagher said the commissioners want at least a fiveyear commitment from a private company before any park would be built.Without a compromise,any deal could suffer the same fate as Sportsplex and the tennis center have the last few / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER July 27,2011 11 Mendoza,she plans to organize a cultural exchange program between students from Wiregrass Ranch High and students at the public high school she'll be attending. In essence,she plans to match up Wiregrass Ranch students who are serious about learning Spanish with Mendoza students who have a strong desire to learn English. She plans to have students from both countries answer questionnaires and she'll match them up, and then they'll chat with each other regularly,dividing their time between English and Spanish. She said she shouldn't be the only one to benefit from the exchange program.She thinks that students from both countries will improve their foreign language skills."In a normal classroom,you just learn it.You don't really use it,"Adriana said.The project may also have another result,she said:It could lead to some lasting friendships.She plans to document the cultural exchange and to make a presentation on the senior project to a panel,via Skype.Her family also plans to use Skype to keep in contact,but those contacts will be limited, her mom said. Being in contact too often would make it harder for Adriana,not easier,said Lorena, who speaks four languages and has traveled extensively to places including China,ARGENTINA,from page 1Germany and South Korea. Instead of chatting on Skype,she plans to follow Adriana's experiences via Facebook and a blog the student plans to write. Lenora is thrilled that her daughter is blazing a new trail. When Adriana learned she was breaking new ground,she said her reaction was: "That's cool,but I really shouldn't be the first one.This is such a great experience." for council until now,he said,because he thought "everybody that was on the council already was doing a really good job.The fact that Mr.Urban stepped down made an opening more or less and so I thought that might be the time for me to get involved. "I don't have any particular agenda.I just want to be there to hopefully bring a common sense approach to a lot of things," Burgess concluded. He was the only candidate to file for the vacancy created by Urban's resignation. Burgess said he plans on running for a full two-year term next year.IN OTHER CITY NEWS: No property tax hike There are no preliminary plans for a tax increase in the proposed budget for the new fiscal year that begins Oct.1, Zephyrhills City Manager James D.Drumm said Monday. Zephyrhills City Council members will get their first look at the proposed budget during a special meeting on Monday,Aug.1, at 6 city council chambers. "I feel confident that the proposed budget we present next week will hold our current millage rate at 5.99 percent," Drumm said. A mill represents $1 of taxes on each $1,000 of the assessed value of property. Zephyrhills would collect approximately $5.99 per $1,000 under the proposed budget.The city has not had a property tax increase for several years.BURGESS,from page 1Salaries currently comprise approximately 43 percent of the city's budget. Former City Manager Steve Spina previously told council members he thought the city might have to raise the tax rate to 6.10 mills.That would be an increase of $100 per year on a home assessed at $200,000. Next year's budget will be slightly higher than the current budget of $38.5 million, Drumm said.Reserve funds and grant money will be used to help fund the 20112012 budget,he added. The city won't collect as much as it did this year by leaving the millage rate at 5.99 percent.This is because Pasco County Property Appraiser's records show the value of property within Zephyrhills declined by less than 3 percent this year.Energy improvements comingZephyrhills may soon have a more energy efficient city hall and library following actions taken by council on Monday,July 25.The city agreed to hire AMEC,an environmental and engineering firm,to do energy audits of both buildings.Following the audits,AMEC will make recommendations to the city on how to conserve energy at both buildings.Savings of up to 25 percent may be realized by replacing light fixtures and air conditioning units and taking other steps,AMEC officials said.The work will be funded through a $250,000 grant the city received last year. The grant will also pay for a hybrid vehicle for the city's planning department. Duffield became the hospital's CEO last September,but already understands the quality of care at the Heart Institute. "As a hospital you have to be good at a lot of different things,from emergency care, surgery and a lot of other things,"Duffield said."But the program we are most proud of is our heart program." Duffield said HealthGrades,an independ-HEART,from page 1ent healthcare rating company,has given the Heart Institute awards the last two years. "So this money is going to good use," Duffield said."Without donations like this, our heart program wouldn't exist." Alonso said the $3,000 had not been pegged for a specific goal,but suspects it will go to buying new equipment. For more information on the Heart Institute,visit ARGENTINA


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Everyday life had been causing migraine headaches,but for the most part Jahn,30, was able to go about her normal routine without too much concern.Her stress became serious when she suffered her first seizure in July 2010 as she dealt with a broken marriage and a custody dispute. "It kind of just set everything off,"Jahn said."Honestly,I didn't even know I was that stressed out.The first seizure is what brought it to my attention." That first seizure came in her sleep.Her violent shaking woke up her new husband David Jahn. The seizures lasted about 20 minutes. Jahn said she doesn't remember much about them,but said the outcomes challenged almost every aspect of her life. "I couldn't drive,I couldn't be alone with my children,it was almost anything,"Jahn said."Just the things you take for granted.I had to have someone with me and supervising me every time I wanted to do anything with my children." Jahn,who was born and raised in the east Pasco County city,and her first doctors, did not see the connection between her stress and the seizures.She tried fighting the headaches with over-the-counter pain relievers and started taking medications designed to treat epileptic seizures. The epilepsy medications did not stop Jahn's seizures and made her feel almost drunk.She was even treated as a drunken patient when she went to another hospital. Jahn said the strangest place she suffered one was while seeing a doctor at University Community Hospital,where she had been referred to Dr.Nancy Rogers,a neurologist. "I had the seizure in another doctor's office and Dr.Rogers came over and got me," Jahn said.Rogers,who is also director of the Florida Comprehensive Epilepsy and Seizure Disorders Center,has been treating Jahn for several months.She suspected the seizures were brought on by stress,but was unsure at first."When someone is taking medications and it isn't helping,that sends up a red flag," Rogers said."Also,Carrie was very honest with me and told me she was having a lot of stress and that the seizures were causing her to have more stress.The problem is,the seizures don't happen right when the stress begins.It's more like post traumatic stress disorder,so they don't associate them with the stress." Rogers said this is why stress induced seizures are misdiagnosed.Jahn had almost no other symptoms besides headaches. Rogers suspects as many as one in five people who come to an epilepsy center actually are suffering from stress seizures. "Everything else seems fine,"said Rogers, who has been practicing medicine for 17 years.She then added,"Three times as many women as men suffer from these stress seizures,and they're more common in teenage and young adult women.However, children and the elderly have them and men have them too." Rogers said the seizures can get worse if not treated.She added it is hard to estimate how common the stress seizures are in the general population because they are so often misdiagnosed,but suspects the number is around one in every 200 people. "These kinds of seizures tend to be more or less common in cycles,"Rogers said."It seems like I've seen a lot more lately.It's hard to say,but I think we're seeing more because people are feeling more stressed lately.Even if you have a job,you hear on the news about the bad economy or people without a job losing their homes.I think hearing those kinds of negative things every day can't help but stress all of us." Besides medication,Jahn has learned different ways to cope with stress."One of the things I do is teach people good stress management techniques,"Rogers said."It's more than just a pill.Exercise 30 minutes a day is important.Thinking through your problems and talking about them often helps,especially with someone not involved in the problems.I recommend people take 30 minutes each day as alone time;time just for themselves.That's hard for moms like Carrie,but it's important to your health."The stress management techniques have helped Jahn stay seizure free since August 2010,describing her transformation as,"180 degrees different,"without the stress of her previous marriage. Jahn and David have been married for about a year now and her children David Karl Jahn IV and Corey Jahn are ages 4 and 2 respectively.She said stress is still a part of her life,but it is not as consuming as it was last July. "Stress is an unavoidable situation in life and different people have different ways of handling it,"Rogers said."The problem is a lot of people don't have good ways of handling stress.A lot of time people suppress it because of other demands in life.What can happen is,people hit a low point where the stress creates these problems and the stress is self-perpetuating.The key is finding something that relieves stress."Carrie Jahn's new lease on life Ways to deal with stressRegular exercise Thinking through problems Talking with people about problems Taking up a regular hobby Having alone time Having fun with family/friends Getting enough sleep Carrie Jahn meets with Dr. Nancy Rogers during a follow-up visit. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)


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