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TheLAKER PARKNEWS NOVEMBER 16, 2011 ZEPHYRHILLS SERVING GREATER ZEPHYRHILLSFREE INSIDE FESTIVAL FUNTRICK OR TREATLUAU LEISURE 3 5 6 18SHIFTING GEARS M.J. Price collects donated luggage to distribute to foster children, who then decorate the suitcases to turn them into personal treasure chests. (Photos by B.C. Manion)WomanÂ’s mantra: creating a sense of communityBy B.C. Manion A closet in the corner of GoinÂ’ PostalÂ’s Corporate Headquarters is stuffed with suitcases, plastic Easter eggs, costumes and assorted items that provide a glimpse into some of the activities of M.J. Price. SheÂ’s a woman who plays many roles. SheÂ’s the former Mrs. Zephyrhills and the reigning Ms. Pasco County. SheÂ’s the president of GoinÂ’ Postal, a Zephyrhills company owned that she and her husband, Marcus, own that is based in Zephyrhills. They also own Hut no. 8, an See COMMUNITY, page17 Zephyrhills Harvest Festival generates buzzThe Zephyrhills WomanÂ’s Club promoted its organization at the Harvest Festival held in downtown Zephyrhills on November 5. Pict ured are members, from left, Janet Stevens of Wesley Chapel, Nel Scefcyk of Lake Bernadette, and Judy Meserve and Joan Peaks, both o f Wesley Chapel. (Photo by Faith Jordan) More photos, page 16. BetmarÂ’s planning pairDee Payne and Bryan Toll are the activity directors at Betmar. They are in charge of coordinating events in all three clubhouses and preventing overlaps. (Photo courtesy of Barbara Withers) See story, page 15. Honoring at the car washTim Linville, left, president of the E-Z Clean Car Wash, shakes hands with Korean War veteran Richard Harris, of Dade City, after he received his free carwash. (Photo by Faith Jordan)


Gala XVBlack Tie Gala To bene “ t the Breast Health Center at Florida Hospital ZephyrhillsSaddlebrook Resort November 17, 2011 6:00 p.m.Contemporary Jazz Saxophonist and Composer Eric Darius22nd Annual Golf Tournament November 18, 2011Registration 7:00 a.m. Play begins at 8:30 a.m.Please RSVP by November 11, 2011.For more information, or to purchase individual tickets or tables, please call the Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation oce at 813-783-6144 813-909-2800 / THE LAKER/PARK NEWS November 16, 2011 2 Dr. Boholsts experience can help you hold onto your teeth for a lifetime! €Dental director of Close the GapŽ foundation.Which studied how gum disease affects pre-term births.€Clinical Consultant of the revolutionary Periolase laser.Selected by the Periolase manufacturers to teach dentists all over the country about the revolutionary Periolase laser procedure.€Featured on TV and in newspapers Call Dr BoholstToday!813-973-8555 Worried about keeping your teeth for a lifetime?Up to 80%of adults have some type of gum disease, many unknowingly & is the most common reason people lose their teeth. Trust your Familys Smile to a Renowned DENTIST, AUTHOR & LECTURER. New Pat i ent s Welco m e M o s t In s urance Plan s AcceptedConven i ently located by S a m s Club27510 Cashford Circle € Wesley Chapel (813) 909-2800 www.cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ PARKNEWSis published every other week by Community News Publications 3632 Land O Lakes Blvd., Suite 102, Land O Lakes, FL 34639. All mail: P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548. No part of The LAKER/ PARKNEWSmay be reproduced or transmitted in any form by any means without the expressed written permission of the publisher. Subscriptions available at $30 per year payable in advance. EditorEugenio Torrens etorrens@cnewspubs.comPresident/PublisherDiane Kortus dkortus@cnewspubs.comDesign/LayoutMatthew Mistretta Stefanie Burlingame SalesStephanie Stephenson Shelley Ketchum Terri Williamson TheLAKER/PARKNEWS Landscape painting rings greenAbby Cole holds up her art alongside her prize, a check for $150. Cole, a junior from Wiregrass Ranch, won a local art contest sponsored by the Zephyrhills-based law firm, Alston & Baker, P.A. Senior Jasmine Arguello, also from Wiregrass Ranch, claimed second place and junior Victoria Dinning, from Zephyrhills High, took third place. (Photos by Eugenio Torrens) WINTER’S MOBILE HOME PARK By David Rushton Winter’s Mobile Home Park Welcome back winter residents to Winter’s Mobile Home Park. Residents are arriving daily it seems from the North. We started our winter season with an informal coffee hour on Nov. 2 with a lot of chatter. Everyone was trying to say hello to as many friends and neighbours as possible. Wednesday also was the first ever farmers market in the parking lot. Sunday evening Nov. 6, several families turned out for Hymn Sing. We had an excellent Potluck supper on Tuesday night with 34 residents attending. We had plenty of food and it provided us again with a great evening of chitchat with our friends and neighbours. It seems the first two weeks of November was the time for a lot of firsts. First coffee hour, farmers market, Potluck supper, exercise classes, etc., the list goes on.We had a good turn out on Friday evening for Hoss Collar at the Shufflecourt; there were 18 participants. Sue Dungey took first place with 773, Linda Marshman got second with 770, followed by Roger Fredericks’ 745, Wilma Bolivard’s 697, Dini Rushton’s 694, Duke Gardella’s 685, Ernie Darrow’s 662 and Dick Rudnicki’s 636. Everyone had a great time. Women’s shuffling has started following coffee on Wednesdays. Next week, Winter’s Park Shuffle club will host the Golden Corral District Shuffleboard Tournament for state and district amateurs on Thursday, Nov. 17 and Friday, Nov. 18. We are looking forward to seeing all of our shuffleboard friends from the surrounding area. Movie night and game night will both be starting along with lots of shuffleboard activities.‘A lot of firsts’ for Winter


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YOU MAY NOT BE IN IT FORTHE MONEY NEED Just because youve chosen the path of God instead of the money trail doesnt mean you should forsake your “nancial future. Thats where we come in. Were MMBB. For over 100 years weve been oering investment, retirement and insurance bene“ts just for those who serve the church, both ordained and lay. To learn more about us and our “nancial products, visit or call 1-800-986-6222. Isnt it time your money started working as hard as you?REAL PLANNING, REAL SOLUTIONS. THATS OUR CALLING. 813-909-2800 / THE LAKER/PARK NEWS November 16, 2011 4 By Larry Myott Sleepy Hollow Sleepy Hollow Parks of SR 54 East has a long history of being home to snowbirds and Florida residents alike in Zephyrhills. Founded in 1973, the main park was well laid out and designed to be a winter home for 157 units. At its grand opening it had a state-of-the-art swimming pool, shuffle board courts and many other amenities. One of those amenities was the area’s first cable TV system, with wires to every home. Within a few years the private owners had also purchased two adjacent RV parks, giving the parks a total of more than 350 available sites.In 2000, the residents of Sleepy Hollow Mobile Estates, Inc. purchased the parks from the owners forming a cooperative. This cooperative now has 117 shareholders, who own and operate the three parks. After 10 years, the board of directors has been working hard to upgrade the infrastructure of the parks. The summer of 2011 saw many major improvements.Sleepy Hollow President Joe Brown, from Maine, led the redevelopment of the parks this past year, overseeing the installation of a new cable TV system. They have installed a 60-channel service available at all sites. The system is provided, at no additional charge, in the two RV parks, as part of the rent for the season, or by the month. In Mobile Estates the system is available for $35 per month.Probably the most appreciated upgrade is the installation of the new wireless Internet (WiFi) system that also went on line during the summer months. This WiFi system is providing free Internet to every home and RV in the parks, with a high-speed system connecting the world to Sleepy Hollow. This secure system has been in much demand for several years, with this being the most requested service. Both the television and Internet systems were purchased from and installed by TB Electronics, Inc. of Dade City.Additional improvements include new white vinyl fencing for RV Park No. 1 on Wire Road, and on the east side of RV Park No. 2 off SR 54 East. This fencing replaced overgrown hedges on Wire Road and allows for much needed security in the summer season. In RV Park 2, the fencing provides much needed privacy fencing and security. SLEEPY HOLLOW Sleepy Hollow Parks gets upgrades Park No. 2 co-manager Dick Blonshine, left, and Sleepy Hollow President Joe Brown admire the new fencing on the east side of Park No. 2. (Photo courtesy of Larry Myott)


Call today See us tomorrow Please call our physician referral line813.779.6482 To see our physician directory, by specialty or location, visit us at Silver Award WinnerTampa Tribune Sneezing. Sniffling. Cough?Whether youre looking for a family practice doctor or specialist, our Medical Group of Tampa Bay physician oces are easily accessible and conveniently located throughout East Pasco County. / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS November 16, 2011 5 RUNNING OR NOT € TITLE OR NO TITLE$400 … $5,000 CASHFREE TOW 24/7 € SE HABLA ESPAOL(352) 260-0144 € MONDAY-SUNDAY 9AM 9PM AUTOMOTIVE RECYCLING SOUTHFORK By Jim Morvatz Southfork True to Southfork’s way of doing things we decided to have a Hawaiian Style Luau in lieu of Halloween. After many hours of planning, heavy construction and cajoling of persons to volunteer to help, our pool, gazebo and clubhouse were transformed into a tropical Honolulu Hilton Courtyard Lagoon. Flaming Tiki torches set the mood while Polynesian-style music wafted through the balmy evening air. Guests arrived to be greeted by grass-skirted beauties, presented with leis and then escorted to the luau feast that had been prepared in their honor. The attendees feasted on skewered pork medallions with braised tomatoes, peppers, onions and pineapple served on a bed of rice and drizzled with sweet and sour sauce. This entree was accompanied by a baked sweet potato and garnished by a sprig of grapes. Hawaiian-style punch and pineapple upsidedown cake as dessert complemented the sumptuous luau style feast. Some observant guests might have even noticed a new island floating in the Courtyard Lagoon containing a roasted pig’s head (paper mache) complete with ferns and fruit and more Tiki torches. After dinner our association president started our show portion of the evening by giving a definition of the Hawaiian word “ALOHA.” She then prompted the guests to greet each other with the “word of the evening.” The president then introduced the emcee for the evening, whom gave a short dissertation concerning the history of the Hawaiian islands. The headliner then introduced the royal guests for the evening, King Hula-ka-wackee and his lovely princess who were engaged for the evening to demonstrate the ancient Hawaiian dance of the HULA. After a brief lesson performing the HULA to a typical island song, King Hula-ka-wackee and his princess then ventured into the audience to pick out some “volunteers” to also dance. After fitting the new dance troupe with grass skirts, the sound technician then put on the song “Wipeout” to the dancers’ surprise. That music was stopped and another island melody was played and then the audience voted for the best dancers using the Southfork Applause-o-meter to reach a decision. All of the dancers were deemed “theA Luau in lieu of Halloweenbest” and awarded prizes. After a couple of lame jokes by the emcee, an impromptu HULA Hoop competition was staged with prizes going to the persons who could manage to hula hoop the longest. A drawing was held and nice door prizes were awarded to lucky winners. In typical Hawaiian Island Luau Tradition all good things must come to an end, so the emcee asked all of the guests to stand and form a circle to dance the traditional Hawaiian ALOHA dance. The guests were surprised to learn that the dance was performed to the lyrics of the “Hokey Pokey.” The evening ended with all of the guests saying good-bye to each other using their newfound Hawaiian word “ALOHA” and then returning to their huts. The Southfork Mobile Homeowners Association would like to thank the over thirty volunteers who worked diligently to truly make this an event to remember. Bobbi Gillis and Don Duarte enjoy the luau at Southfork complete with Tiki torches, leis and hula dancing. (Photo by Pete Logoyda)


813-909-2800 / THE LAKER/PARK NEWS November 16, 2011 6 10301 U S 301 Dade C i ty,FL 813-230-2380www.JLP M OTOR S PORT S .CO MOVEN RANGE CARE & USAGE€Never allow utensils or pans to touch the temperature-sensing element in the back of your oven. Do not let utensils or aluminum foil be placed on the bottom of your oven. €Lighting the Oven Pilot push knob in and rotate clockwise to pilot on. Light the oven pilot (located in back of oven under broiler shelf and to the left of oven burner). Set oven control knob to maintain pilot flame oven & broiler are now ready to use (pilot flame is set at factory and should need no further adjustment) €Note-oven heat approx-450and broiler heat approx-550. Always preheat oven to get common cooking times. €Oven is equipped with a safety ignition system-the oven burner requires 30 seconds after turning the oven on. To extinquish the oven burner, rotate the knob clockwise to PILOTON the oven pilot will remain on. €Pilot light should be extinquished when RVunit is in travel mode RV Tech Tips RV Tech Tips RV Tech Tips RV Tech Tips By Jo Ann Buley Timberlake Since Timberlake Estates does not have door-to-door trick or treating, Marie Jasberger (youth chairman) made sure there was fun for all. The residents donated candy, cookies and cup cakes. The ghost and goblins were served hot dogs, chips and drinks. Kids including the adults had fun dressing up in their costumes and getting to go home with a bag full of candy. The group paid it forward by taking hot dogs, candy and cup cakes to Fire Station No. 16 here in our community. Fire Station 16 really appreciated the kind thought.Thank you Marie for a wonderful evening. Youth chairman Marie Jasberger made sure the residents of Timberlake Estates had a suitable substitution in place of door-to-door trick or treating. (Photo courtesy of Jo Ann Buley) TIMBERLAKE ESTATES Timberlake Trick or Treat ALL DOGS € ALL BREEDS ANY AGE € ANY TEMPERAMENTSpecializing In Private Training in Your HomeBoard &Train FREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480 € 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 Ruths PlaceDog Grooming & Pet Sitting By Experienced & Loving ProfessionalsRuth & Jeana RigginsYour pets will agree Ruths Place is the Place to be 017824 Eagle Lane € Lutz, Fl 33558813-920-3615  Veterinarians  Grooming  Breeding  Training  Supplies  Pet Sitters  Pets 4 Sale PET STATION Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet! Write a story about why your pet is special and include a photo with names on the back and mail to:Pet of the Week P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548 E-mail: ATTN: Pet of the Week PETof theWEEK

PAGE 7 / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS November 16, 2011 7 By Kyle LoJacono The majority of the money spent on road construction goes to big-ticket projects like new highways, street widenings or refurbishing exit ramps, but smaller jobs are also needed to keep traffic moving. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will be doing four minor road projects within Pasco County between now and next spring. The total cost of the jobs is just less than $760,000. Department public information officer for the region Kris Carson said the jobs range from routine maintenance to safety related. “The projects are minor in nature but are needed,” Carson said. “The good thing is they should all be completed quickly so traffic flow will be minimally affected.”Pavement markings on US 301FDOT is installing reflectors and raised pavement markings along the edge and center lines of US 301, also called SR 41, from the border with Hillsborough County in Zephyrhills to SR 52 in Dade City near Pasco High.The markings are meant as a safety enhancement for drivers to better see the sides of US 301 at night when lighting is poor. The $270,072.33 job is expected to be finished by the end of December in anticipation of FDOT resurfacing US 301 next year.Light signs in Wesley ChapelFDOT is adding lights to the signage along SR 56 just east of I-75 in Wesley Chapel. The goal is to let drivers more easily see the signs, such as those alerting them of the approaching interchange with I-75. The signage, which cost $88,828.54, will be up by the end of December.Pedestrian safety on US 41The department is improving the crosswalk markings, replacing crossing signals and other improvements for pedestrian safety along US 41, also called Land O’ Lakes Boulevard, in central Pasco. The $351,653.70 project was deemed necessary after FDOT completed the widening of US 41 in Land O’ Lakes, which is increasing the traffic volume. The job is set for completion in December. The improvements include high emphasis crosswalk markings, pedestrian curb ramps and replacing crossing signals. The enhancements are being done at US 41’s intersections with Hale Road, Hopson Road, Dupree Drive, Community Center Drive and School Road, all in Land O’ Lakes. New bike lanes along SR 52The department is adding bike lanes along SR 52 from Hicks Road, also called Indian Drive, in Hudson to the Suncoast Parkway in Land O’ Lakes. The $48,588.98 project will also add markings to alert people of bicyclist traffic. The job is set for completion next spring. For more information on the projects, call FDOT project manager Gary Thompson at (800) 226-7220 or email State road improvements in Pasco


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Call: 813.294.8513 "FREE CONSULTATION"MARCLIF AND ASSOCIATESInsurance & Financial Planning Specializing in Medicaid Solutions A311159 / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS November 16, 2011 9 Your Commun i ty Calendar Subm i t to: All l i st i n g s free of char g e What ’ s HAPPENING YARD SALE CORNER TIPPECANOE VILLAGEThere will be an “Olde Fashioned Christmas Bazaar and Bake Sale” on Saturday, Nov. 19 from 8 a.m-1 p.m. at Tippecanoe Village at the corner of Chancey and Morris Bridge roads.RAINBOW VILLAGEThe Rainbow Village Carefree Resort Association is having its annual bazaar/craft show on Saturday, Nov. 26 from 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. The rummage sale will include furniture, books, DVDs and many vendors’ tables will be available; as well as a raffle including items donated by local merchants and homemade items by residents. There will also be a home-cooked luncheon and bake sale. For more information, contact Sue Larkham at (860) 822-8556 or Carol Hale at (813) 780-6373. **Send your yard sale info to** EVENTS FEED THE HOMELESSDr. Sam Bala and the Dade City Rotary are hosting a chicken dinner, “Proceeds to Feed the Homeless,” on Friday, Nov. 18 from 4-6 p.m. Chickens, beans and coleslaw will be available for take-out only. Tickets are available at the Dade City Chamber, checks only payable to the Dade City Rotary. For more information, call Jo Uber at (352) 567-3769.GULFSIDE NEEDS VOLUNTEERSGulfside Regional Hospice needs volunteers for its Gulfside Center for Hospice Care in Zephyrhills. A volunteer orientation is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 17 and Friday, Nov. 18 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The center is located at 5760 Dean Dairy Road in Zephyrhills. Typical roles for the volunteer include: helping prepare food at the center, visiting with patients and families receiving hospice care, providing support to patients at the end of life and offering respite care to provide caregivers a break. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old. For more information or to reserve a space at any of the orientations, call Heather De Los Santos at (813) 780-1235. TREE OF LIFEHPH Hospice is getting into the spirit as it celebrates its 17th annual Tree of Life, a community event to remember and pay tribute to loved ones. There will be eight Trees of Life ready for HPH ornaments beginning Friday, Nov. 25. Donations support the nonprofit agency’s patient and family care programs. People can place an order for the ornaments of their choice by calling the HPH Hospice Foundation at (1800) 486-8784, by going online to or visiting the tree locations. Eight different ornaments are available based on the contribution size.TREE DECORATINGFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills invites the community to join in celebrating Christmas by attending the 27th annual Tree Decorating and Lighting Program on Sunday, Dec. 4 starting at noon. Bring a lawn chair as limited seating is provided for the 53 trees to be decorated. If you would like to decorate a tree, contact Brenda Welcher at TURKEY DINNERThe Benedictine Sisters of Florida and the Catholic Women’s Club of Saint Anthony Parish are busy preparing the 16th annual Thanksgiving Dinner. The dinner is on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24 at the Saint Anthony Parish Center, 12110 Main St. in San Antonio. Doors open at 1:30 p.m. and serving is from 2-3 p.m. There is no charge to those who are alone or just unable to have a full Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings. Interested persons can make reservations by calling either the Benedictine Sisters at (352) 588-8320 or the Saint Anthony Parish Office at (352) 5883081. RSVPs with the number of your attendees need to be made no later than Friday, Nov. 18 at noon. Requests can also be made for transportation to the dinner or for delivery to the homebound.ARTIFACT AND FOSSIL SHOWPioneer Florida Museum & Village is hosting a Native American Artifact and Fossil Show on Saturday, Nov. 19 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is $6 for adults, $5 for seniors ages 55 and older, $2 for children ages 6-18 and free for children ages 5 and younger. Pioneer Florida Museum & Village is located at 15602 Pioneer Museum Road in Dade City. For more information, call the museum at (352) 567-0262. MEETINGS RETIRED EDUCATORS MEETINGThe East Pasco Retired Educators Association will meet at the IHOP Restaurant, 13100 US 301 in Dade City at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 17. Billy Poe, the city manager of Dade City, will be the guest speaker. All retired school personnel are welcome. For information, contact Joyce Snow in Dade City at (352) 567-5050 or Joan Knowles in Zephyrhills at (813) 788-4980.EAST PASCO DEMOCRATIC CLUBThe East Pasco Democratic Club will have its November meeting in the meeting room of Bentley Commons, 38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills. The meeting will take place on Monday, Nov. 21 from 7-8:30 p.m. This month’s speaker will be Pasco County Supervisor of Elections, Brian Corley. Bring nonperishable food items to the meeting. All are welcome to attend. Call Diane Parker, president, at (813) 778-6743 with any questions. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT GOLF WITH A PURPOSEThe Samaritan Project is putting on a “Golf With a Purpose” golf tournament seeking to help local residents who need extra help with rent, electric bills or other needs not met through other assistance programs. For assistance, call the Chancey Road Christian Church at (813) 788-4881 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Thursday. After hours, call (813) 810-8670. The tournament takes place on Saturday, Nov. 19 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. The format is four-player scramble. The entry fee is $50, which includes golf, food, money for prizes and $15 for charity. Visit or call (813) 788-1225 ext. 2 for more information.


Call today See us tomorrow Please call our physician referral line813.779.6482 To see our physician directory, by specialty or location, visit us at Silver Award WinnerTampa Tribune Aches. Pains. Strains?Whether youre looking for a family practice doctor or specialist, our Medical Group of Tampa Bay physician oces are easily accessible and conveniently located throughout East Pasco County. SPECIALIZING IN PRE 1964 GOLD & SILVER U.S. COINS Charlies Coins & CollectiblesCharlie Proctor 813-780-1858 5529 8th Street Zephyrhills Gold & Silver at an All Time High! COME VISIT OUR NEW STORE!We Buy and Sell Large or Small Collections20 years in the same locationStop by or call for appointment Bring in this ad and receive an extra 5% for your collection ~OR~ 5% off your purchase of $250 or more Top $$ Paid for Gold & Silver Coins Free Appraisals 813-909-2800 / THE LAKER/PARK NEWS Nove m ber 16, 2011 10 NOVEMBER RATES Restaurant Open to the Public Monday-Friday ...................................................................... $24.00 Weekends & Holidays ............................................................ $28.00Every Day After 2pm $18.00 This coupon not valid during league and tournament play. Proper golf attire required. No denim. Coupon valid for up to 4 players. All prices include 18 holes and cart. All rates are plus tax. Rates are subject to change. Must present coupon at time of purchase to receive discount. Expires1-6-12. Tee Times: 352-588-5454 Tee times can be scheduled 3 days in advance.10641 Old Tampa Bay Drive € San Antonio, FL 33576 (1/4 mile west of I-75 on SR 52) Tampa Bays Most Challenging Par 72 Championship Golf Course Laker/Lutz News Staff Report For anyone planning to travel for the holidays, it’s never too early to start planning. The following tips will help ensure arriving on time to help carve the turkey, open gifts on Christmas morning or bring in a cheerful New Year.Flying for the holidays—Avoid peak travel days by booking flights at least two days before and after Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s. —Secure a nonstop flight or one with the fewest connections and stops. —Book morning flights, as those tend to have fewer delays than afternoon departures.—Check in early for holiday flights — two hours before departure for domestic flights and three hours before international ones.—Don’t wrap holiday gifts and place them in checked luggage. Send them by postal mail in advance of your flight.Driving for the holidays—Get the vehicle inspected by a qualified mechanic before travel to make sure brakes, battery, fluid levels, tire pressure, light bulbs and other equipment are all in top working condition. —Pack emergency equipment including first-aid kit, flashlight, blanket, water, snacks, flares, jumper cables, tire chains and ice scraper if traveling to cold-weather states. —Lock valuables and gifts in the car trunk.For more information or more consumer advice, residents should call (813) 903-3430.Safe and smart holiday travel


Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Lenny Solt runs his Land O Lakes business, Image Painting of Florida, with a core value that he never compromises: Do what you say youre going to do.Ž I believe this business philosophy is why we have continued to grow our company during the economic slowdown of the past few years,Ž said Solt. Weve had absolutely record years in 2009, 2010 and now 2011. In fact, were 50 percent larger today than we were in 2006.Ž Such growth is an amazing accomplishment for a company that works in construction, an industry that has seen many contractors go out of business since the housing bust began in 2008. We have not laid off a single person since we started our business in 2004,Ž said Solt, whose company operates five crews. Almost all of our people have been with us five years or longer and we are skilled tradesmen.Ž Working closely with Solt is general manager, Greg Coles, who sees that all employees and paint crews adhere to the company motto of doing what they promise. We always arrive at appointments on time and follow up with our customers as promised,Ž said Solt. We stay on a job until it is completed and our quality control sees that every job is done as specified, on time and on budget. We want happy customers.Ž Solt founded Image Painting in 2004 when the housing boom was going strong. Initially Image Painting worked with national builders painting new houses inside and out. The company soon expanded into commercial work for private industry and public institutions, including the Polk County School Board and the Tampa Port Authority, where the company recently painted the terminal for Carnival Cruise Lines. Solt added residential painting services this past year, targeting homes built in the past five to 10 years in the subdivisions along SR 54, US 41 and Bruce B Downs in Land O Lakes, Lutz and Wesley Chapel. To make it affordable for a family to spruce up their homes curb appeal, Image Painting will paint the front of a house for about 50 percent less than the cost of painting the entire house. Solt estimates the cost to paint the front of an average 1,800 sq. ft. home, including all doors, trim and garage door, is between from $900 and $1,200. This compares to $1,800 and $2,400 to paint the entire house. There is nothing wrong with waiting until later to paint the sides and back of a house,Ž said Solt. In a perfect world you would paint the entire home in one shot, but we are certainly not living in perfect times right now so we developed an affordable solution for homeowners on a budget. Our solution allows homeowners to have us paint what they can afford now and enjoy an improved entrance and curb appeal.Ž Image Painting is licensed, bonded and insured. When a homeowner hires our company, they can be assured that they are working with one of the highest regarded painting contractors in Tampa Bay,Ž said Solt. Solt lives in Land O Lakes in the Oakstead community with his wife, Tobey, and their three school-aged children. I chose to expand into residential painting in the community where I live,Ž said Solt. I want people to know they can trust me as their neighbor to provide top quality painting services at competitive prices.Ž Reliability and quality are trademarks of Image PaintingSPRUCE UPYOUR HOME'S CURB APPEALAT50% SAVINGS 813-388-3157 or 813-363-6015 / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS November 16, 2011 11 Brett M. Scotch, DO, FAOCO Paul DiPasquale, DO, FAACSLocations in Wesley Chapel & Intiga is the super tiny, ultra sleek, high-performance hearing device that's new from Oticon. So instead of holding back, get back in the game and enjoy life with your family and friends. The holidays are a time of family togetherness.HEAR BETTERFOR THE HOLIDAYS $500 off a pa i r of Int i ga A i d sgood thru 11-23-11 5028 Mission Square Lane € Zephyrhills, FL 33542 813-788-8800Come Share Our First Anniversary Celebration and Sale With Us! Two days of SPECIAL jewelry items, just in time for the holidays. Fri & Sat € November 18th & 19th € 9am to 3pmWe specialize in: € Fine Jewelry Sales € Jewelry & Watch Repair € Gold & Diamond Buying € Appraisals € Pearl Restringing € Diamond & Gemstone setting € Remounts € Estate Jewelry € ChippedDiamond Repair € Jewelry Equipment & Supplies € Layaway € Interest Free Financing Gemological Institute of America(GIA)trained Goldsmith and Appraiser on Sta.


3827 Land O Lakes Blvd., Highway 41 € Land O Lakes(813) 995-2533 Or $0Down & 0%Financing for 5Years** A.P.R. See us or learn more at 404 N. Frontage Rd Plant City(813) 764-0603**$0 down, 0% A.P.R. financing for terms up to 60 months on purchases of select new Kubota equipment from available inventory a t participating dealers through 12/31/2011. Example: A60-month monthly installment repayment term at 0% A.P.R. requires 60 payments of $16.67 per $1,000 borrowed. 0% A.P.R. interest is available to customers if no dealer documentation preparation fee is charged. Dealercharge for document preparation fee shall be in accordance with state laws. Only Kubota and select Kubota performance-matched L and Pride equipment is eligible. Inclusion of ineligible equipment may result in a higher blended A.P.R. Not available for Rental, Nation al Accounts or Governmental customers. 0% A.P.R. and low-rate financing may not be available with instant fuel rebate (I.F.R.) offers. Financi ng is available through Kubota Credit Corporation, U.S.A., 3401 Del Amo Blvd., Torrance, CA90503; subject to credit approval. Some exceptions a pply. Offer expires 12/31/2011. See us for details on these and other low-rate options or go to for more information. DONT FORGET ABOUT OUR BIG SAVINGS ON LAWN CARE & TRACTOR EQUIPMENT HUNTING SEASON SPECIAL ON ALL RTVS REDUCED PRICE ON ALL HONDA PRODUCTS & ALL 2 CYCLE EQUIPMENT! 813-909-2800 / THE LAKER/PARK NEWS Nove m ber 16, 2011 12


Answers are right around the corner. Stop by our Humana Guidance Center and talk to one of our licensed sales representatives in person. They can help answer your questions and even sign you up for a plan that “ts your needs. Stop by today and see how easy it is to “nd the Humana plan thats right for you. Or call to schedule an appointment. 813-780-7300 (TTY: 711) Monday Friday, 9:00 am 5:00 pm The Humana Guidance Center is located at: Zephyrhills, Townview Shopping Center, 7400 Gall Blvd. The dates to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan for 2012 have changed. The new dates are October 15th December 7th.* So, dont forget! Enrollment ends December 7th.A Health plan with a Medicare contract. For more information contact the plan. A sales person will be present with information and applications. For accommodation of persons with special needs at sales meetings, call 813-780-7300(TTY: 711) Monday Friday, 9:00 am 5:00 pm. *Some exceptions may apply.Y0040_GHHH56OHH File & Use 09212011 TMP 10/11 Questions about Medicare Advantage plans? / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS November 16, 2011 13 Births at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills—Almaraz, Emma Claire; born Sept. 30 to Leonardo Almaraz and Lindsay Thacker of Zephyrhills—Barthle, Evan Thomas; born Oct. 7 to John and Robyn Barthle of Dade City —Pike, Gabriella Nicole; born Oct. 1 to Jessica and Annette of Zephyrhills —Stromberg, Aarlyn Marye; born Oct. 2 to Aaron and Victoria Stromberg of Zephyrhills —McHan, Donivan James; born Oct. 4 to Owen and Amanda McHan of Zephyrhills —Reed, Caleb James; born Oct. 6 to Jason and Melissa Reed of Dade City —Rivera, Jailynn Nelida; born Oct. 6 to Jimmy Rivera and Stefanie Arbuckle of Dade City —Santana, Tyler Jon; born Oct. 17 to David and Melissa Santana of Wesley Chapel —Stroehle, Elizabeth Jean; born Oct. 9 to Jason Stroehle and Samantha Berfield of ZephyrhillsBirths at Pasco Regional Medical Center—Bouchard, Cayson Wylie; born Oct. 10 to Mat and Ashley Bouchard of Zephyrhills —Fluck, Kayla Marie; born Sept. 13 to John and Dana Fluck of Zephyrhills —Fordyce, Sierra Nicole; born Oct. 10 to Jason Fordyce and Rhonda Hudson of Zephyrhills —Geiger, Trinity; born Sept. 27 to Kayla Geiger and Donnie Ripple of Zephyrhills —Howell, Madelyn Grace; born Sept. 19 to Kirk Howell and Teesa Knowles of Dade City —Hutchion, Rilee Kathleen; born Oct. 4 to Donald and Elana Hutchinson of Zephyrhills —Johnson, Ar’moni Janayae; born Sept. 30 to William Johnson and Elizaeth Vickers of Dade City —Johnson, Patrick Colin; born Sept. 15 to Scott and Mary Johnson of Dade City —Kroft, Paisli Quinn; born Oct. 10 to James and Kerri Laclair Kroft of Zephyrhills —Lee, Hayden Reane; born Sept. 23 to Joshua and Tabitha Lee of Zephyrhills —Limas, Noah Miguel; born Sept. 23 to Andres Limas and Naomi Torres of Dade City —Natal, Luna Lee-Dione; born Oct. 14 to Tyler Natal and Madison Griffis of Dade City —Reimel, Brynlee Nicole; born Sept. 13 to Chris Furman and Cassie Reimel of Zephyrhills —Roberts, Kendria Lmona; born Oct. 14 to Kendrick Roberts and Vivian Wilson of Dade Ctiy —Sanchez, Anastasia J’lanni; born Sept. 12 to Andreina Sanchez of Zephyrhills —Vaughan, Hunter Lee; born Sept. 22 to Justin Vaughan and Kasie Fryman of Dade City —Walsh, Aiden Corona; born Sept. 26 to Angela Walsh of Zephyrhills —Whiddon, Mark Angel; born Oct. 14 to Mark Whiddon and Chelsea Ibarra of Dade City —Windsor, Elizabeth Ann; born Oct. 13 to Kyle Windsor and Kayla Ruggles the stork reportSend us your birth announcements: Send your birth announcements to or The Laker/Park News, P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548. Fax: (813) 909-2802.


813-909-2800 / THE LAKER/PARK NEWS November 16, 2011 14 ACROSS 1. Ch i ldren's vacat i on place 5. Sp i ked wheels on b oot heels 10. Burst of w i nd 14. Sundae topper, perhaps 15. Fort Knox un i t 16. I' m ___ you !" 17. Le g al status i n two countr i es (2 wds) 20. Verte b rate w i th e mb ryon i c sac 21. F ig ures of speech ? 22. Car b on i u m e. g 23. Notch i n a b attle m ent 24. Barley b r i stle 26. ___ son g (2 wds) 29. ___ who ?" 31. Account 32. Co m parat i vely cocka m a mi e 35. Over follower i n the f i rst l i ne of The Ca i ssons Go Roll i n g Alon g" 37. Protect i on to fore ig n persecuted persons (2 wds) 40. Cau g ht i n the act 41. Happen i n g every school sess i on 42. Bas i c un i t of m oney i n Ro m an i a 43. Co mm on re q uest (acrony m ) 45. Colors 46. Dr i ver's l i c. and others 47. V ib rat i ons detected b y ears 50. A i r letters ? 52. School custod i an 54. Free fro m d i rt 58. Perta i n i n g to the che mi cal act i on of electr i c i ty 60. D i tch 61. Pouts 62. Add i t i on colu m n 63. A m ount to m ake do w i th 64. All i n65. ___ q ua m v i der i" (North Carol i na's m otto) DOWN 1. Conclus i on 2. Jacki n-the-pulp i t, e. g 3. No s ig n i f i cance 4. Salk's con q uest 5. Lau g h-In se gm ent 6. Cracker spread 7. Altdorf i s i ts cap i tal 8. G i llette product 9. A b out 1.3 cu bi c yards 10. Date exclus i vely (2 wds) 11. Jo i n i n g of pol i t i cal anta g on i sts (pl.) 12. Ado 13. F i rst-rate 18. Duck m eat slowly cooked i n i ts own fat 19. Your g rand m other (pl.) 23. False reports 24. The Sound of M usi c b ackdrop 25. Beau 27. Don't b et ___ !" (2 wds) 28. Dash 30. P i voted 33. Est im ated Lean M eat Y i eld (acrony m ) 34. A b nor m al resp i ratory sound 36. Fl ig htless flock 38. B i lls 39. M odus operand i 44. Short shot 48. Standards 49. Sa g 51. Ralph of The Waltons 52. Co m e to g ether 53. ___ vera 54. Ch i nese dynasty fro m 557-589 55. ___ we for g et 56. ___ souc i 57. ... or ___ !" 59. Nod, m ay b e GAMES AND PUZZLES Name:______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________City: __________________________________Zip:__________________The Laker / Lutz News Mail in Your Game Page. Win Cobb Theatre Tickets.Complete this games page, fill out this form, and send the whole page to us for your chance to win 2 FREEmovie tickets.Mail to: Games Page, Community News Publications, P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548Entries must be received by the Monday following publication dateLAST WEEKS WINNER GEORGE B ULNE S OF LUTZ PARKNEWS See solution, page 18.


Choose a Rehabilitation Team with a proven track record of success. Heartland of Zephyrhills38220 Henry Drive Zephyrhills, FL 33542813.788.7114Call the Admissions Department for more information. BETMAR MOBILE HOME PARK By Barbara Withers Betmar As some of you are aware, Betmar has many, many activities to keep the residents busy. Of course there is golf, with three executive courses, plus tennis and swimming with two beautiful pools. Then there is hobby, creative writing, fun darts, game room, the library, art, clogging, dancing, video, computer, chorus, little theater and cards, cards, cards. To keep all these clubs organized as far as dates and times are concerned, we have the activities directors. They are in charge of coordinating all the activities in all three clubhouses every day so they donÂ’t schedule any two clubs on the same date, same time and same clubhouse. It is a huge job. Our two directors Dee Payne and Bryan Toll perform this task in front of several hundred people and they do it flawlesslyÂ…..well, for the most part. Dee is the activities director and Bryan is her assistant. Not only do they keep the schedule, they make announcements at Coffee Hour each Tuesday in front of several hundred people. Then there are the holidays to keep track of and what special programs will be presented to the residents. Dee and Bryan do all this with the split-second timing and accuracy second only to the Thunderbirds! And they still have a smile or a joke for everyone. Betmar is fortunate to have these two. A crowd gathers for each TuesdayÂ’s Coffee Hour, had in clubhouse No. 2. (Photos courtesy of Barbara Withers)Duo ensures activities run smoothly Betmar Chorus revving up its voicesBy Barbara Withers Betmar Every year about this same time I hear beautiful, melodious sounds coming from the annex in clubhouse No. 2. ItÂ’s once again the Betmar Chorus tuning up its voices, memorizing words to great songs and greeting some friends just arriving from the North. ItÂ’s a happy group and their number will swell to approximately 120 voices as we get further into the winter season. There is a long history behind the Betmar Chorus with many dedicated people sharing their talents. Today the chorus is directed by Mary Margaret Trice accompanied by her sister Wilma Klak. The chorus was started in 1972 by William B. Jones, father to Mary Margaret and Wilma. There were many directors, accompanists and helpers down through the years to make the Betmar Chorus what it is today. Mary Margaret and Wilma have served since 1996 and have directed many performances for the listening pleasure of residents in Betmar and Zephyrhills. What a delightful addition to the many activities in Betmar. Mary Margaret Trice is the director for the Betmar Chorus and has served the chorus for more than a decade. Wilma Klak is the accompanist for the Betmar Chorus. Her father, William Jones, started the Betmar Chorus in / 813-909-2800THE LAKER/PARK NEWS November 16, 2011 15


813-909-2800 / THE LAKER/PARK NEWS November 16, 2011 16 Former U.S. Army Major € Free M c B a t h L a w F i r m P A .W e s l e y C h a p e l 18 Years Exper i ence D i vorce Attorney Time to Separate? Isaiah McIlwaine of West Zephyrhills Elementary gets tough during his match at the Harvest Festival. (Photos by Faith Jordan) Zephyrhills Boy Scout Troop No. 77 and Zephyrhills Brownie Troop No. 456 sold kettle corn to raise money at the Harvest Festival in Zephyrhills on Nov. 5. Ted Bommer is the Boy Scout Leader and Robyn Kirk is the Brownie Troop Leader. First Presbyterian Church in Zephyrhills is one of their sponsors. Harvesting biz growth at festival


other franchise operation that M.J. describes as “upscale resale.” In essence, the company buys gently used fashions and resells them. “We originally started franchising midto late 2008 in that particular chain,” M.J. said, and the idea is catching on. “We’re setting up a lot of stores. We set up two last week. We just got contracts for two yesterday. Marcus is with some potentials right now.” Beyond those things, M.J. – whose first name was MerrieJo before she legally changed it to M.J. – is a woman who dives head first into all sorts of community causes and activities. She believes in giving back so much that Goin’ Postal franchise operators must commit to doing community events or cannot be a part of the company. She makes it easy for them. “We have over 100 different plans for community events,” she said. She has worked out templates – so franchise operators can just use those plans and get rolling. “I teach them: Find what speaks to you. If you’re into dog rescue, then focus on some animals,” M.J. said.Locally, her company is heavily involved in Zephyrhills’ Festival of Lights, its Halloween Howl and its Founder’s Day celebrations.At Festival of Lights, her company sets up a photo studio so people and pets can have their pictures taken with Santa. For Halloween, a set is created and company employees wear costumes to match the theme. And, for Founder’s Day, the company provides a staffer donning an Easter Bunny suit, so people can have their pictures taken.In addition to those activities, M.J. has been heavily involved in a wide assortment of community causes. She’s been the master of ceremony for fundraisers, has been a volunteer dance coach and has organized “color parties” to give women a place to gather and have fun. Perhaps one of her best-known causes is “Postage for Patriots,” which involves conducting 44-cent yard sales to raise money to cover postage so people can send packages for free to their loved ones in the military. She has another cause that’s near and dear to her heart. This one, called Luggage Love for Foster Friends, aims to make life better for foster children. “When children are removed from one placement and quickly put in another, often times there’s nothing to put whatever valuable they have – a teddy bear, some toys, the clothes that they like. “They’re handed a black trash bag. “That slowly erodes away at their self confidence. They feel their possessions are worth nothing. They’re worth nothing. They’re castaways. They’re throwaways.” M.J. collects suitcases. Children get to choose one and to decorate it. “It doesn’t just become a suitcase. It becomes a treasure chest,” M.J. said. She and her husband, Marcus, became aware of these issues when they were preparing to adopt their two children, Bodhi, 4 and Ellie, 2 1/2.M.J. said the importance of being involved was a value instilled by her parents and she wants to pass that along to her children.She said her father, who is deceased, left a particularly lasting impression. “I always saw him helping other people. Whether it was quietly giving them a loan, or helping a sibling put their children through college. Whatever it was. He didn’t want accolades. It was all very quiet. He was just a go-to guy.” She and Marcus are already teaching their children the importance of community involvement. “You contribute to your community. Otherwise, it’s not going to be the nice place you want it to be. You have to put in the elbow grease,” she said.The hope is that others will see what you are doing and want to get involved themselves, she said. And, if that happens, the community becomes a better place for everyone. “And then you end up with a myriad of different activities that are all free and that are all making everybody happy.” That’s especially important in these economic times, M.J. added. “It’s nice to have something in your own backyard, in your own hometown, that you can go to.” 813-996-55305710 Land OLakes In 2010,with your efforts, WE RECYCLED 46,361 TONS OF PAPER This means we saved 788,137 trees. This is 6,255 acres. THANK YOU & WELCOME BACK WINTER RESIDENTSConcerned for the Environment and your Community?RECYCLE your Cardboard Magazines Junk Mail Phone Books and Office Paper EVERY WEEK and HELP Raise Money for your community. We Make it Easy.Place Paper products (Clean, Dry Paper Only Please) in the BLUE MIX PAPER Recycling Bin at your location,7 Days a week.THANKS FOR YOUR RECYCLING EFFORTS. PLEASE CONTACTUS IF YOUR COMMUNITY WOULD LIKE TO HAVE ARECYCLING BIN! / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS Nove m ber 16, 2011 17 Donate a used suitcase at Goin’ Postal or Hut no. 8 in downtown Zephyrhills For more information, contact M.J. Price at (813) 782-1500, Ext. 104. CO MM UNITY, fro m page 1 SUNDANCE MOBILE HOME PARK B y B arbara Wh i te Sundance Get ready at this year’s Sundance Christmas Bazaar. The bazaar will be held at the Sundance Mobile Home Park Clubhouse, SR 54 in Zephyrhills on Saturday, Dec. 3 from 8 a.m.-noon. The Sundance Park Women’s Club is sponsoring this event. The public is invited. There will be tables of crafts, jewelry, baked goods, white elephant treasures, etc. Call Rae Anderson (813) 355-3214 early to reserve your table. Outside vendors are always welcome. This is a great time to get in the ‘Christmas mood’ to start your Christmas gift giving.Christmas is coming to bazaar


another person’s big loss, you’ve got to weigh the plusses there.” Despite the difficult season, Reutimann did claim one pole start, one runner-up finish and two top-10 performances this year. “I can still win races and I can still get the job done,” Reutimann said. “Let’s not forget that last year we were able to win and actually had a shot at making it into the chase. That’s only been a year ago. I can still do that if I get in the right situation. It’s just unfortunate that things worked out like they did.”He rose as high as 16th in the points standings midway through last season, but he faded down the stretch. Drivers must finish in the top-10 or claim one of two wildcard spots to compete in NASCAR’s 10-race playoff system.Reutimann became a driver for Waltrip Racing in 2007 but has yet to make the postseason. He said he has the fire to compete at the highest level and a desire to bring home a championship. “I still want it as bad as anybody in the garage,” Reutimann said. “Just because I don’t get out of the car after we’ve had a bad race and yell at my crew and throw my helmet and stuff like that, just because you guys can’t visibly see how bad I want it, doesn’t mean I don’t. I want it worse than anybody who’s ever set foot in this garage area.” Reutimann, a graduate of Zephyrhills High, joined the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series in 2004, where he was named the rookie of the year. His first appearance in the Cup Series race was in 2005 at Lowes’s Motor Speedway.Reutimann’s first Cup Series win came at the 2009 Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte. He had to wait until 2010 for his second victory, which came at the Chicagoland Speedway. He has 169 career Cup Series starts going into the race in Phoenix on Nov. 13, with four poles, 12 top-five and 25 top-10 finishes in his career.Reutimann said he will finish the season’s final two races despite the difficulty of knowing he won’t be back. “It’s tough,” Reutimann said. “There’s no sugarcoating this deal. Right now Aaron’s is still my sponsor and these are still my guys. A lot of these (crew members) came over here with me from my Truck Series days, so they’re still my guys and this is still my team. I have a couple more races with them, and we’ll try to make the most of it like we’ve been doing every week. Reutimann said he was told by Waltrip the move is only a business one and nothing personal. “It’s only business if it doesn’t happen to you,” Reutimann said. “It’s hard for me not to take it personal. It’s hard to accept and hard to stomach a little bit, but I knew coming into this deal this stuff is not forever. People take for granted that you’re going to be here every week, and that’s just not how this works. So we’ll just pick up and go on.” Reutimann was happy to have gotten a chance with Waltrip Racing, the only team he has driven for in his Cup Series career. “In the end, Michael Waltrip gave me an opportunity to go Cup racing when no one else would, and I appreciate that,” Reutimann said. “And Aaron’s as well, but that ship has sailed, and I’ve got to figure out something to do now.” 813-909-2800 / THE LAKER/PARK NEWS November 16, 2011 18 By Kyle LoJacono Despite having a year left on his current contract, Zephyrhills native and NASCAR driver David Reutimann finds himself as the odd man out with Michael Waltrip Racing. Reutimann, 42, was recently informed by team owner Michael Waltrip he would not be brought back to drive the No. 00 Toyota car in 2012. “I’m just disappointed,” Reutimann said. “Overall, just disappointed, bummed out to put it mildly.” Waltrip Racing is adding Mark Martin to the team next year, which means Reutimann will have to find himself another ride. Reutimann had by his own words a “disappointing season,” where he is in 28th place in the Sprint Cup standings prior to the race in Phoenix on Nov. 13.“It’s been an awful season for us for sure,” Reutimann said. “We haven’t run up to our expectations or our standards, but I thought we would have a chance to make up for it.”Reutimann is unsure what he will do for next season. “There was not a lot of advance notice to do anything,” Reutimann said. “You know the thing about it is that there’s not a lot out there, and if there were to be something out there it’s going to involve you doing the same thing that just got done to me. I’m not exactly up for that. “So I don’t know what’ll happen,” Reutimann continued. “It may come down to something like that, but I’ve got to think on that a little bit. When one person’s gain is GAME PAGE ANSWERSDavid Reutimann needs a new ride Scent Essentials 352-303-2890 14016 7th Street € Dade CityAcross from Badcock Furniture by Toms Steak HouseScent EssentialsM onS at 11a m -8p m JewelryHomemade: soaps / candles / scrubs / bath supplies Metal Plasma Home Dcor & Exterior Fencing and Gates Western Bling Belts and Purses Zephyrhills native David Reutimann will have to find a new ride if he wants to race in the 2012 NASCAR season.


By Helene Rubenstein Grand Horizons Even though the leaves are starting to fall off the trees after reaching a beautiful color and Halloween has passed, Marty and I are happy to see the month of November approach. Why, you say? Because this is the time that we pack up and leave for Florida. It is a long trip but we are filled with much anticipation as we travel from I-84 and go on to I-81 to I-77 and finally end up, several days later, on US 301 and that leads to our home, Grand Horizons. Our place is situated in an adult community and, while it is a new community, changes of some sort appear each and every year that we have been here. This year brings us a brand new community center, and, after a wait, it is now completed. Marty and I plan to see the brand new center and the new pool, where we can cool off and relax, once we arrive. From what I heard from Joyce and Ron Bell, (ones running the new bingo along with Jeanne and Wayne Bloomfield) their first bingo was held on Oct. 18 and there were 32 players. Everyone who participated enjoyed himself or herself immensely as there were 14 games including a coverall. Joyce emailed me and mentioned the positive remarks. She said that people liked the professionalism, the prizes and the fact that it was over relatively early, only a little after 9 p.m. The bingo is limited to Grand Horizon residents and their guests. The caller was Ken Beam who also calls at other communities. He is a resident of Grand Horizons and has a talent that is more than appreciated. Judi Davis informed me that on Tuesday, Oct. 25 there was an even larger turnout at bingo. There were well over 50 people and it seems like every week it gets bigger and better. On Oct. 21, a group of 13 women went to Texas Roadhouse for a lovely lunch. Here good laughs were shared in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. Have you ever gone to Texas Roadhouse before? If you haven’t, I certainly suggest it. They have a varied menu that consists of specialty steaks, pulled pork that is out of this world, several types of chicken and so much more. The women went in several cars and all had an enjoyable time. In the past year or so, while we were without a clubhouse, Bob and Luella Wheeling — who I have mentioned previously — who have a huge house with a spacious driveway have held many a function at their home. From picnics, to yard and bake sales and more, now that we have our community center, it is time to show our appreciation and on Oct. 27, over 100 people came to thank Luella and Bob. From what Judi Davis mentioned, the decorating committee did a great job in decorating the tables and Joyce mentioned that Carolyn Smart had someone Expires 3-31-12 Park News / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS November 16, 2011 19 design the front door that looked inviting and symbolized our thanks to the Wheelings for their hospitality to our little family. Bill Donlon delegated the tables for lunch and Eugene Martin said grace before the meal. Barbara Janelle did the introduction and Joyce Bell did a talk on how Luella and Bob are viewed within the neighborhood. The kitchen crew went about its job without a hassle. An embroidered plaque was presented. Paper tiaras were worn proudly. While we missed this function, our thoughts were with Luella and Bob. There was so much food as there were salads, sandwiches, meat dishes and so much more. The afternoon ended with a lovely sheet cake that had written on it: Thanks to Bob and Luella.Back to paradise and Grand Horizons An afternoon celebration thanking Bob and Luella Wheeling for their contributions within Grand Horizons was capped off with a sheet cake. GRAND HORIZONS AlsoServingSunCityCenterandBushnell€OpeningSooninWesleyChapel KaufmanEyeInstituteiscelebratingamilestone thisyear.For30years,theyhavebeenproviding patientswiththemostadvancedeyecare.Dr. Kaufman,oneofthedevelopersofInsta-Sight’ cataractsurgery,wasalsothefirstsurgeonto implantmultifocalCrystalens’intheBayarea. Zephyrhills6329US301(GallBlvd.)(813)788-7616WhenItComestoYourEyes, ExperienceCounts. BoardCertifiedPhysiciansStuartJ.Kaufman,M.D.Cataract,Multi-Focal Implant,GlaucomaSelinaJ.Lin,M.D. Retina,Macula,Diabetes RogerGstalder,M.D. Plastics,Pediatrics,Lasik TimothyParker,O.D. ContactLens,LowVision Ken Beam called out the first bingo of the season on Oct. 18 and there were 32 players. Games are limited to Grand Horizon residents and their guests. (Photos by Ron Bell)


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