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By Eugenio Torrens Driving back to Zephyrhills High from a rotary meeting one night in January, Steve Van Gorden spotted then-mayor Cliff McDuffie pacing in front of the school. “I get out of my car and say ‘Mayor, what’s going on?’ He says ‘I need to talk to you,’” Van Gorden said, inviting McDuffie into his office. After the two spoke, one thing seemed settled: Zephyrhills was going to have a new mayor. “He said ‘file your papers.’ I said ‘File my papers? What are you talking about?’ He goes, ‘I’m not running. I’m tired,’” said Van Gorden. After 10 years serving as mayor of Zephyrhills, McDuffie had an epiphany and realized he had other things he wanted to do. Roughly three months after that meeting, Van Gorden was sworn in as the new mayor of Zephyrhills on April 13. “I’ll tell you, I was really overwhelmed,” said Van Gorden about finding out he would be the new mayor. Van Gorden, who is the principal at Zephyrhills High, is no stranger to politics. He was a city commissioner in Dade City before relocating to Zephyrhills. So when he got McDuffie’s backing, Van Gorden took off running. “I knew that I was really going to have to bust my tail to win this thing,” he said, calling his campaign “aggressive.” Perhaps the biggest damage to Van Gorden’s chances came from the same thing that landed him in so many social circles in Zephyrhills — his administrative role at Zephyrhills High. “That was one of the concerns in the campaign that people addressed, is how can you do both?” he said. Van Gorden had to prove to his bosses in the school district that he had enough time to balance both duties and still handle the school effectively. It shouldn’t be too much harder since Van Gorden estimated he went to about 80 percent of the meetings McDuffie attended as mayor. The father of two proclaimed he is “high energy” and said he sleeps maybe six hours a night. That nightly dosage of sleep might be reduced as Van Gorden steps into his new role — one he regards highly.“I think it’s pretty shortsighted to think it’s ceremonial,” said Van Gorden about the notion that the position of mayor is a figurehead. “I see the mayor right now, in the current way it’s written in the charter, as being someone that needs to be a strong, visionary person — someone that can articulate a vision for the city. … Zephyrhills is my life.” LIVE LIFE AGAIN!GENERAL ORTHOPAEDICS € INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MEDICINE € PODIATRY 813-782-1200 TheLAKER PARKNEWS APRIL 18, 2012 ZEPHYRHILLS SERVING ZEPHYRHILLS & EAST PASCOFREE Bulldogs claim district titleThe Zephyrhills girls tennis team won its second district championship in three years on April 3 at River Ridge High. The Bulldogs earned 14 points to earn the Class 3A-District 6 title. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) For complete tennis coverage, see page 4. Steve Van GordenZephyrhills gets familiar face as new mayor


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PAGE 3 / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS April 18, 2012 3 Riders of gaited horses of all types open the fourth annual Ride for Hospice put on by the Pasco Sheriff’s Mounted Posse at the Diamond B Ranch on March 31. Leading the way, (right) wearing bright orange reflective vests are Ray Reid of Brooksville and wife, Sgt. Kathleen Reid of the Hernando County Sheriff’s Mounted Unit. (Photos by Fred Bellet, Community Newsphoto Service) Patricia Nemier of San Antonio waits to see if her horse, Grimm, a 7-year-old Palomino paint is thirsty, as does (right) Allen Clark of Hudson on his horse, Cheyenne, a 12-year-old quarter horse and Appaloosa mix. John Bushell brought up the rear during the Ride for Hospice. He and his wife Margaret opened up their Diamond D Ranch, along with the Melton Ranch and the Two Rivers Ranch. The ride lasted about three hours and encompassed about seven miles. Land O’ Lakes resident Pablo Garcia rides with the second group of riders participating in the fourth annual Ride for Hospice.Riders saddle up for hospice Lisa Ziegele of Dade City snaps a few pictures as riders get under way. WE S PECIALIZE IN HUMANA GOLD PLUS 23532 State Road 54 Lutz, FL33559To schedule an appo i nt m ent, please call :(813) 909-1600S Ž Ha b la Espa – olLAB AND EKG ON-SITE Dan i el L. He i n ig M .DBoard Certified in Internal Medicine Your Health Care Guardian Over 22 years of experience in adult medicine (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 Terri Williamson TheLAKER/PARKNEWS


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Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548ph: 813.909.2800 € fax: 813-909-2802 € € / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS April 18, 2012 5 By Eugenio Torren s In a small room at Zephyrhills High, surrounded by family, friends, administration and reporters, Sarah Vande Berg’s middle school dream was realized. Vande Berg’s goal of playing tennis in college became official on April 11 when Vande Berg signed a letter of intent to play at South Carolina Upstate. “I’ve been looking forward to this day forever,” she said. The Bulldog started her college pursuit by posting a video of her to a recruiting website. She received a call from a coach at South Carolina Upstate and after a quick game of phone tag, an official visit was set up.“I went up there and I loved the school,” Vande Berg said. “He made an offer and I waited a couple of weeks to see if that’s really what I wanted to do and decided that it was. So I called him and verbally committed.”She cited a welcoming atmosphere, both with the campus and the tennis team. “I was only up there two days for my official visit, but I already felt so close to (the team),” Vande Berg said. Perhaps the biggest challenge for Vande Berg will be the weather.“She’s pretty warm blooded,” said her father, Todd Vande Berg, when Sarah was asked if she was ready for the climate change.“As ready as I’ll ever be,” Vande Berg said with a smile. The decision also came before the Class 3A state tournament, where Vande Berg is competing in No. 1 singles after defending her district title.“She’s just been my rock on the team, and we’re really going to miss her,” said Zephryhills girls coach Lorraine Hinkle. “I don’t know if there’s really anything I could say that she’s going to have a hard time with. Maybe just being away from home, dealing with that. But I think if the school’s like she’s saying it is, I think she’s going to do fine.”With the state tournament the final frontier in Vande Berg’s high school tennis career, she is ready to end it and continue living her dream. “I’m so excited,” Vande Berg said. “It’ll be a new experience. I’m just so excited, I don’t know how else to put it.” Zephyrhills senior Sarah Vande Berg signed a letter of intent on April 11 to play tennis at South Carolina Upstate in Spartanburg. (Photo by Eugenio Torrens)Bulldog turned Spartan


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CPS-3 will enroll a diverse population of up to half a million people across the United States and Puerto Rico.The opportunity for local residents to enroll in CPS-3 is being made possible in partnership with Pasco Regional Medical Center in Dade City, on June 22 and 23. To enroll in the study, participants must schedule an appointment at will help researchers better understand the lifestyle, environmental, and genetic factors that cause or prevent cancer.To participate, individuals will go to a local enrollment location and will be asked to read and sign an informed consent form, complete a brief survey, have their waist circumference measured, and give a small blood sample. The in-person enrollment process takes approximately 20-30 minutes to complete.At home, individuals will complete a comprehensive survey packet that asks for information on lifestyle, behavioral, and other factors related to their health. Upon completion of this process, the society will continue to send periodic follow-up surveys to update participant information and annual newsletters with study updates and results. The initial and follow-up surveys completed at home will take an hour or less of time to complete and are expected to be sent every few years. “Many individuals diagnosed with cancer struggle to answer the question, ‘What caused my cancer?’ In many cases, we don’t know the answer,” said Alpa V. Patel, Ph.D., principal investigator of CPS-3. “CPS-3 will help us better understand what factors cause cancer, and once we know that, we can be better equipped to prevent cancer. “Our previous cancer prevention studies have been instrumental in helping us identify some of the major factors that can affect cancer risk. CPS-3 holds the best hope of identifying new and emerging cancer risks, and we can only do this if members of the community are willing to become involved.” Researchers will use the data from CPS-3 to build on evidence from a series of American Cancer Society studies that began in the 1950s that collectively have involved millions of volunteer participants. The Hammond-Horn Study and previous Cancer Prevention Studies (CPS-I, and CPS-II) have played a major role in understanding cancer prevention and risk and have contributed significantly to the scientific basis and development of public health guidelines and recommendations. Those studies confirmed the link between cigarette smoking and lung cancer, demonstrated the link between larger waist size and increased death rates from cancer and other causes, and showed the considerable impact of air pollution on heart and lung conditions. The current study, CPS-II, began in 1982 and is still ongoing. But changes in lifestyle and in the understanding of cancer in the more than two decades since its launch make it important to begin a new study.The voluntary, long-term commitment by participants is what will produce benefits for decades to come. “Taking an hour or so every few years to fill out a survey – and potentially save someone from being diagnosed with cancer in the future is a commitment that thousands of volunteer participants have already made. We’re looking for more like-minded individuals in Dade City and surrounding communities to join this effort that we know will save lives and improve the outlook for future generations,” said Patel. For more information or to learn how to become involved with CPS-3, visit, email cps3@cancer org, or call toll-free 1-888-604-5888. Many voices The event “Many Voices” was presented by New River Poets, a local chapter of the Florida State Poets Association. It was presented at New River Branch Library in Wesley Chapel on March 31 to introduce April as National Poetry Month. Performers dressed up as poets of old, including Edgar Allan Poe and Emily Dickinson. From left: Janet Watson, Dore Anderson, Fran Orenstein, Beverly Joyce, Stephanie Andrews and John Foster. (Photo courtesy of Janet Watson) PRMC joins cancer study FAMILY OWNED & € SALES € SERVICE € INSTALLATIONLicensed Bonded &Insured € Lic# CAC 1816647 AŽRated BBB A/C Company SERVING OUR CUSTOMERS WITH QUALITY,HONESTY & INTEGRITY FREE Service Call with repair FREE ESTIMATES FOR NEW SYSTEMS PRECISION TUNE-UP$4995*ULTIMATE 77 POINT *if system fails we reimburse $49.95 toward repairs6 MON TH GUARAN TEE / 813-909-2800THE LAKER/PARK NEWS April 18, 2012 7 TheLAKER/PARKNEWS


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The event will take place at Scotland Yards Golf Club, 8900 Wire Road in Dade City. The cost is $15 for members and $20 for guests. RSVP by Wednesday, April 18 at (813) 782-1913 or SCREENINGSHPH Hospice will host free 20-minute memory screenings for adults ages 50 and older who are concerned about memory impairment. Participants will meet privately with a representative from the Alzheimer’s Association Florida Gulf Coast Chapter. The screenings will take place at the HPH Hospice East Pasco team office, located at 37445 Clinton Ave. in Dade City on Tuesday, April 24 and Wednesday, April 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Appointments are required. Call Jan Double, HPH Hospice community relations coordinator, at (727) 705-0107 for an appointment.‘SURVIVORS’ ART SHOWThe Dade City Center for the Arts/HiBrow Gallery is hosting a “Survivors” exhibition. The exhibition showcases the art work of 60 cancer survivors and caregivers. “Survivors” opened on Friday, April 13 and runs through the end of April. Admission is free and open to the public. The event coincides with the gallery’s new quarterly show and featured artist of the month, Fred Spinks. The gallery is located in downtown Dade City, 14125 Seventh St. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., or by appointment. For additional information, contact Stuart Marcus at (813) 417-6336 or ADDICTS MEETINGSFood Addicts (FA) is a program based on the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. It’s a fellowship of individuals who, through shared experience and mutual support, are recovering from the disease of food addiction. Meetings are anonymous and the group gathers Thursdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at East Pasco Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 7329 Dairy Road in Zephyrhills. For more information, visit or call Roz at (813) 355-4197.CAMPERSHIPS AVAILABLEEach year the Zephyrhills Elks Lodge sponsors children ages 9 to 13 at the Florida Elks Youth Camp in Umatilla, Florida during the summer. The youth camp has an Olympic-size swimming pool, rope courses and many other recreational amenities. If your child is interested in a safe camping experience, contact the Lodge at 813-7824604 regarding obtaining an application or for more information. This week at camp is paid by the Lodge.ZEPHYRHILLS SCRAMBLEThe seventh annual Zephyrhills Scramble will take place on Friday, May 4 at 1 p.m. at the Silverado Golf and Country Club. Proceeds from the event will benefit local youth and education programs. A $100 entry fee per individual golfer includes 18 holes of golf, a catered dinner, goody bag and door prizes. For individual contest sponsorship pricing or to register, call the Zephyrhills Chamber office at (813) 7821913 or visit for registration forms.EAST PASCO DEMOCRATIC CLUBThe April meeting of the East Pasco Democratic Club will be Monday night, April 23 from 7-8:30 p.m. It will be held in the meeting room of Bentley Commons, 38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills. Our speaker this month is Scott Hartsell. Hartsell is the COO of Brooksville Hospital and a General in the Marine Reserves. He will be discussing his military experiences on his deployment to Iraq. Everyone is welcome. Call Diane Parker, president, at (813) 7786743 with any questions.DRUG TAKE-BACK DAYThe Zephyrhills Police Department, working with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), is helping Pasco residents dispose of unneeded and unwanted prescription drugs. Rather than pollute the water system with discarded toxic drugs, citizens can bring them to the police department on Saturday, April 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. For more information, contact Take-Back officials at (1-800) 882-9539.CAREGIVER GROUPLooking for caregiver help and resources? Then Gulfside Regional Hospice has the solution for you, with its free monthly caregiver support group in East Pasco. The group is scheduled for the last Thursday of the month at West Winds Assisted Living, 37411 Eiland Blvd. in Zephyrhills, at 10 a.m. Dates include April 26, May 31 and June 28. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT CORN TOSS FOR A CAUSEBig Brothers Big Sisters Pasco Corn Toss for a Cause is on Saturday, April 21. The event is set to go from 2 to 6 p.m. at Beef ‘O’ Brady’s, 14136 Seventh St. in Dade City. Proceeds from the toss will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters. Register your team of two for $25 at For more information, call Jan Roberts at (813) 769-3614. Corn toss tournaments are regular events in Dade City.

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By Anne Astles Leisure Days Several ladies took advantage of the opportunity to learn a new method of making a blanket and also help out the Pregnancy Care Centre in Zephyrhills. The Leisure Days residents made the self-binding receiving blankets using two layers of flannel. Instructor Joanne Vandenhoek said, “the beauty of this method is anyone willing to learn this new technique could come out and practice on these blankets and at the same time help the local Pregnancy Center.” Vandenhoek said the group is planning to do more work this way next season. “We can be learning as well as helping, binding the group together, sharing all of our expertise which all of us seniors have collected over the years,” she said. This is all part of the Leisure Days Busy Hands, which has donated more than 350 articles to various organizations in the Zephyrhills area over the past year. These articles include blankets, quilts, lap robes, afghans, hats and other hand crafted items. Thanks to the donations to Gulfside Hospice, each participant in the children’s summer program will receive an afghan, created by the Busy Hands group. Along with the Pregnancy Centre and Gulfside Hospice, nursing homes and the homeless have benefitted for the donations. Although many have returned to their homes for the summer, the participants will continue their work in order to have items available when their return to Leisure Days in the fall. / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS April 18, 2012 11 AUTO LOANS! € Bankruptcies € Repos € Foreclosures € Auto Loans 1-888-845-0216 1000' s of Car s S old Already Get Approval Today CREDIT ANALY S T S ARE READY FOR YOUR CALL Over 15 banks nationwide that specialize in helping you to recreate the credit you once had and the confidence of driving a reliable vehicle (most with a warranty). Avoid Buy Here Pay Here dealerships STARTREBUILDING YOUR CREDITNOW. From left: Evalyn Hill, Evelyn Tunn, Marlene Stanton, Bonnie Jellison, Susan Houde, Phyllis Schwanz, Frances Shearer and Karen Mize hold up blankets made for the Pregnancy Center. Here is a picture of the Leisure Days Oscar winners, from left: Donna Agle, Margaret Aussant, John Piela, Clare Bergeron, Marilyn Schillings and Shirley Norman. (Photos courtesy of Anne Astles)Learning, giving by doingBy Anne Astles Leisure Days A gala evening, Oscar Night, wound up the 2011-2012 seasonal activities at Leisure Days RV Park. Doanna Agle and Clare Bergeron shared the ‘Excellence in Crafts’ Oscar, recognizing their dedication to the crafters, sharing their knowledge and talents.Margaret Aussant received the ‘Excellence in Quilting’ Oscar, which recognized her dedication to the quilting group and her work as chair of the quilt show for the past 7 years. Quilting has become a very popular activity in the this park during the winter months. The ‘Excellence in Photography’ Oscar was presented to John Piela. All the residents have enjoyed watching the many films he has made of activities in the park over the years. Residents are often caught by the photographer — in cadid shots — always complimentary and in fun. These pictures are important.The Oscar goes to Leisure Days


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Zephyrhills Dade City West Zephyrhills 6930 Gall Boulevard 14045 7th Street 36239 State Road 54 Zephyrhills, FL 33542 Dade City, FL 33525 Zephyrhills, FL 33541Phone: (813) 783-8122 Phone: (352) 521-0715 Phone: (813) 783-3664 www.centerstatebank.comFREE CHECKING! FREE DEBIT CARD! FREE GIFT! / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS April 18, 2012 13 Hip Hip Bibi!By Jo Ann Buley Timber Lake Estates Timber Lakes Estates is a community of residents that recognizes the people that work day to day without recognition. Bibi Geeringh is such a person. He works tirelessly in our community repairing anything that goes wrong. He is our maintenance man. Not all the residents were contacted because of the time frame, but a collection was taken up in February for a delayed Christmas bonus that a lot of the residents thought he really deserved. A lot of you are asking why you didn’t contact me. This was started by a very thoughtful person that just couldn’t get around to everyone. Everyone in this park really appreciates the things that Bibi has accomplished, and we would like to publically say a “GREAT BIG THANK YOU BIB.” Riaan (Bibi) Geeringh works as the maintenance man for Timber Lake Estates, fixing anything that goes wrong. (Photos courtesy of Jo Ann Buley)Eager for EasterBy Jo Ann Buley Timber Lake Estates Easter, the celebration of life and resurrection of Christ, is observed with great zeal at Timber Lake Estates. The adults celebrate the event by remembering the life of Christ and preparing yummy delicacies. The children love to celebrate by digging into cakes, colorful candies, chocolate bunnies, colored eggs, marshmallow chicks, jelly beans and the great egg hunt. From left: Jo Ann Buley, Nancy Souder, Fran O’Kane and Nancy Magro (sitting) were in the mood for a little Easter fun on card night.


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Member FDIC / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS April 18, 2012 15 By Megan Hussey The Laker/Lutz News Correspondent A banner reading “Farewell Friends” greeted about 75 people who attended the Friday Farewell Fish Fry at The Commons on Pretty Pond.And although this third annual event is intended as a send off to Zephyrhills ‘snowbirds,’ those about to return to their northern homes after a winter in Florida, this year’s fish fry had a slightly different focus. “As it was a milder winter up north this year, we haven’t had as many snowbirds,” said Virginia Rice, executive director of The Commons on Pretty Pond, formerly Bentley Commons at Zephyrhills. “And those that we had have gone home.” Rice wore a playful pair of Easter bunny ears and helped to serve the meals at this year’s fish fry, which featured 85 pounds of fish prepared by Commons chef Parris Manning. “We wanted to do something for the whole community,” said Keaton Medley, marketing director of The Commons on Pretty Pond, a senior independent living community. “The fish fry also has become a big part of our community. Our residents appreciate them.”Guests feasted on a meal of fried fish, cole slaw, potato chips, water and iced tea in the Commons bistro area. They watched a fishing program on the large screen TV, over which hung rows of decorative faux fish. In addition, those interested in seeing The Commons were given a free tour. “The food is good, and those that are serving it are very gracious,” said visitor Cecilia Poupore, a Zephyrhills resident and “snowbird” who plans to return to her New York home at the end of this month. Also present at the party was Vera Campbell, the first resident of Bentley Commons who has earned the nickname “Queen Vera” at the complex. She ate at a table with friends and neighbors Emma Bell and Mildred Pollar. “I wouldn’t miss the fish fry for the world,” said Campbell. “The chef is from Pennsylvania Amish country. He’s good.” “I get to talk to my friends here,” added Bell. “I enjoy every moment.” Campbell, Bell and Pollar also discussed the other social events they enjoy at The Commons on Pretty Pond, which range from community dinners to music classes. “It’s like being on a cruise ship,” said Campbell, “except I don’t need Dramamine.”Snowbirds get sendoff at farewell fish fry“The sh fry also has become a big part of our community. Our residents appreciate them.”— Keaton Medley, marketing director of The Commons on Pretty Pond


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By Helene Rubenstein Grand Horizons While the end of the season is coming upon us and summer is fast approaching, there are many of us returning to our homes in the North. Therefore, activities are winding down at Grand Horizons although some still remain, such as coffee/doughnut, bingo and more. In the meantime, things are still going strong at Grand Horizons as we had our lunch connoisseur on Friday, March 9, at Papa Joe’s located in Brooksville. This luncheon was hosted by Ron and Joyce Bell, and they did an outstanding job. A nice crowd gathered to not only have a good lunch but to mingle with everyone else as well. We have a monthly luncheon that is open to all the people in the park and this is a marvelous idea for a get together. After all, we at Grand Horizons love to party. There were 43 people attending this luncheon and everyone had a terrific time. In addition, Patrick and Kathy Matheney (residents in our park) attended and Patrick said grace before the meal. Everything was done nicely. We continue to have luncheons/outings and on March 15 we went to a local restaurant, Ruby Tuesday. This luncheon was hosted by Helene Rubenstein. Several women signed up for this luncheon and 27 of us attended on Thursday. There were two large tables designated for us and the menu had a huge variety. So many decisions had to be made on what to order. They all sounded good. There was much picture taking, discussion, friendly gossip and much laughter. We had an egg n’ bag on March 17 and, once again, had a lovely time. I realize you heard me speak of this before and it was absolutely delicious and everything was run in a professional manner. There was one lucky winner who won a ticket for the next egg n’ bag, and it was Martin Rubenstein. Congratulations to Martin. Later on the same day, we had a St. Patrick’s Day Dinner, and it was hosted by Andy and Margaret Castonguay. There were several volunteers to help out and they included Judy and Bill Ellsworth, Charlie Apjohn and Leida Foster. They all did a fine job and our thanks go out to all of them. They served well more than 100 people. In addition to the corned beef dinner with the carrots, cabbage, onion and potato, they served home made bread pudding. This bread pudding was fantastic and it was served with a scoop of ice cream and was made by Andy Castonguay. They also had a drawing for a free dinner to take home and this was won by Wayne Bloomfield. Congratulations to Wayne and happy eating. On March 20, a Midwest Pot Luck was held and there was a good turnout. This function was hosted by Terrie McMullen and all who attended had a great time. This is the time that the residents at Grand Horizons show what they can do in a kitchen and put their talents to a test. There was a variety of food and no one left hungry. There were approximately 40 people who attended and they did something that I consider real clever — each person mentioned what state they were from. This way people could see who else was from their particular state. Before ending this article, I wish to tell you that on March 22, a celebration was held in our community center and here are a few words from Frank Wisloh, vice president of the Community Bank:When the bank agreed to finance the new community center for Grand Horizons, we also agreed to help support a Grand Opening celebration party. The idea seemed to take on a life of its own and we had a blast putting the whole thing together. Invitations were made and sent out to all the residents of Grand Horizons. We had 240 confirmed RSVP’s but the last count showed close to 300 in attendance. Unfortunately we used the RSVP’s to plan the food and drinks and ran short when people showed up that didn’t RSVP. Community Bank also provided a $500 CD giveaway to a lucky winner. I went around giving out free raffle tickets, getting to meet a lot of the residents in the process. After dinner, the winning ticket was drawn and belonged to Mr. Ken Ball. Mr. & Mrs. Ball were very happy and very appreciative! As a surprise, we provided the residents with a plaque dedicating their new community center. The plaque read as follows:Dedicated to the Residents of Grand Horizons Congratulations on the successful completion of your new clubhouse. Presented on the 22 day of March, 2012 by your friends at Community Bank. All in all the guests really had a great time. We received some wonderful feedback and lots of gratitude. It was a great evening. 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