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Call AttorneyJIM HOLLIDAY813-868-1887 AUTO ACCIDENT?SLIP & FALL? No Fees Or Costs Unless You WinHelping Injured People HOLLID A Y BOMHOFF KARA TINOS P.L. Attorneys at Law "I Will Aggressively Fight ToProtect Your Legal Rights"18920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry) Serving Lutz/Odessa Lutz NEWS FREE AUGUST 3,2011 Tiffany Reinhardt and Michael Simmerman compare "battle scars" that came from Reinhardt pulling Simmerman from a burning car on July 26. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)Land O'Lakes teen saves Lutz manBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comTiffany Reinhardt saw the overturned car on fire and heard a man pleading for help. The flames inched closer to the vehicles gas tank,which would have likely caused a deadly explosion in a matter of seconds. Reinhardt didn't care. The Land O'Lakes teen was traveling on Leonard Road near Cot Road in Lutz at 9:30 p.m.on July 26.She was leaving a friend's house with another friend and her younger sister Tosha when she saw the crash. "I heard the guy yelling for help,so I jumped out of the car and ran over there," Reinhardt said."A lady was yelling at me to get away,but I knew I had time to get him out." Tosha remembers the fire being a lot closer to the gas tank. "I was so scared because I saw the fire right by the tank and I thought it would ex-UNEXPECTED HERO See HERO,page21 Where Lutz got its namePage 6Board extends watering restrictionsPage 10Gaither makes Sling and Shoot finalPage 12 INSIDE Father honors son at benefitTim Adamo is pictured alongside the plaque for his son at James David Birk Field at Lutz Little League. Abenefit last month raised money for a memorial scholarship that honors Adamo's son, who died in a Thanksgiving 2009 car crash. Adamo has asked those applying for the scholarship to explain what they will do to make a difference in the world. (Photo byAnthony V. Masella Jr. of More benefit photos, page 5.By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comHillsborough County's Health Department is the latest in a long line of government agencies feeling the brunt of budget cuts handed out by the state Legislature and Gov.Rick Scott. The department will close six of its nine clinics,including the north Hillsborough site at 9827 N.Sheldon Road,and lay off 114 employees to meet its budget for 2012, according to agency spokesman Steve Huard. The reductions are part of a larger goal to cut $22.3 million the Legislature spends on county health boards throughout Florida.The health department is under the jurisdiction of the state,not Hillsborough County. Huard said most of the clients from the six closing locations are Medicaid recipients.The majority of those will be transferred to a pair of nonprofit healthcare providers Suncoast Community Health Centers and Tampa Bay Family Health Centers.Both companies are federally qualified to care for low-income patients. Last year,state lawmakers required the Florida Department of Health to review all operations to cut costs.The state agency decided it was best to eliminate 1,608 jobs from several county branches while shifting patients into private companies. Charles Bottoms,CEO of Tampa Bay Family Health Centers,said his nonprofit can provide care less expensively than either the state or county. "One reason is that our workers don't get big benefits packages offered by the state,"Bottoms said."We're a nonprofit,so we keep our costs down wherever we can." A total of 114 doctors,nurses and otherState cuts close six health department sitesSee CUTS,page21 Locations closingNorth Hillsborough Health Center, 9827 N.Sheldon Road in Tampa University Area Health Center,13601 N.22nd Tampa Sulphur Springs Health Center,8605 N.Mitchell Tampa Floyd Kelton Health Center,4704-B W.Montgomery Tampa Joyce Ely Health Center,205 14th Ruskin Plant City Health Center,302 N. Michigan Plant City thelakerlutznews Follow us on Facebook


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Since its inception,Leadership Pasco has tried to develop leaders who take a broad view of the county and consider it as a whole,not two distinct parts,said Cynthia Armstrong,who served on the group's founding board. "Leadership Pasco has done an excellent, excellent job of bringing people from both sides of the county together,"Armstrong said. The organization is marking its 20th anniversary with a celebration on Thursday, Aug.11,at the Seven Springs Golf & Country Club in New Port Richey. Armstrong,now a member of the Pasco County School Board,said Leadership Pasco has good reason to celebrate."I'm very proud of how it has evolved," Armstrong said."I think it has done exactly and more of what we originally envisioned," said the woman who was serving on the board of the West Pasco Chamber of Commerce when Leadership Pasco was born.Since the beginning,the organization has been devoted to helping develop leadership in Pasco County.It also has aimed to give its members a deeper understanding of the county's physical makeup,its social issues, its strengths,weaknesses and potential. At first glance,its members may seem to have little in common:They are bankers or lawyers,educators or marketing experts. Some work in agriculture,others in industry. Some do charitable work. Having a diverse membership is deliberate,said Kurt Conover,marketing director for the Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point. The idea is to bring people together from different walks of life so they can learn from each other,he said. Therefore,each class of Leadership Pasco is made up of members who bring knowledge to the table about distinct community issues and who have diverse professional perspectives. During the course of two decades more than 600 people have completed the training offered through Leadership Pasco. Each Leadership Pasco class devotes the better part of a year to educational activities and learning sessions designed to help them develop a deeper understanding of Pasco County. Class members begin their education by taking two daylong bus tours,devoting a day to each side of the county. On the east side,for instance,they get a better sense of what's happening on the agricultural scene.And,on the west side, they gain a better grasp about some of the urban challenges facing the county. Harold Sample,who has been conducting the bus tour for about 18 years,said he tells each new class of Leadership Pasco that he will buy anyone on the bus a lunch if they don't learn something new about the county during the bus tours. So far,he hasn't had to buy a single lunch,said Sample,now with Workforce Housing Ventures Inc. Besides the bus tour,the organization has monthly programs,emphasizing different themes each month.Those topics include criminal justice;business and industry;government and the media;infrastructure and growth management;healthcare;education; and leadership in action. On issues of criminal justice,for instance, they may tour the jail,learn about weapons and hear from the sheriff,attorneys and judges,Conover said. In the healthcare arena,they cover the continuum of healthcare issues from birth to death,he said.They'll also tour healthcare facilities and will hear from nonprofit groups that provide healthcare on the community level. Class members also take part in an overnight activity,where they live in a simulated society of haves,have-nots and people in between. "I was in the have-not (group).You couldn't go anywhere.You couldn't do anything," Conover said. The experience helps participants develop a greater appreciation regarding the impacts that economic status can have on people's choices,opportunities and experiences,Conover said. Besides having a chance to increase their knowledge,each leadership class also identifies and completes a community service project. The Leadership Pasco Class of 2011 raised funds for a K-9 shelter and shower for the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.The previous year's class raised money for two portable showers for homeless people. Prospective Leadership Pasco members fill out an application,which is reviewed by a selection committee. The program has a $700 fee,but there are partial and full scholarships available, Conover said. 20th Anniversary CelebrationWhere: Seven Springs Golf & Country Club,3535 Trophy Boulevard New Port Richey When: Thursday,Aug.11,5:30-7:30 p.m. Enjoy Hors d'oeuvres,wine,beer and mingling with 20 years of Leadership Pasco graduates Ticket prices are $35 for the general public and $50 for members,which includes access to the group's database of 600-plus members,or $75,which includes access to the database and a nice shirt that commemorates the 20th anniversary. For more information,contact Glenn Hanff at (727) 457-6375.Building stronger leaders is quest of Leadership Pasco Participants learn what it's like to live in different regions with varying net worths. In the game, one can be arrested, as has happened with Derek Pontlitz. Jeff Morgenstein, a participant from the District School Board of Pasco County, looks into the generator during a tour of the Progress Energy Power Plant at the Anclote River during Infrastructure and Growth Day. Dr. Parveen Vahora, center, demonstrates the latest laparoscopic procedures utilized for gynecologic procedures. Students had the opportunity to enjoy a hands-on demonstration at Morton Plant North Bay Hospital in New Port Richey. (Photos courtesy of Glenn Hanff)

PAGE 3 / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS August 3,2011 3 c a m e o hair nails massage facials full body waxing spa packages hair extensions keratin1817 collier parkway,lutzcameosalonspa.comnew hours: mon 9-6 tues-fri 8:30-9 sat 9-5 sun noon-6the absolute salon813 948 7411cameo'sred hotsummerdeals...look your very best this summer with these incredible specials free cut and style*with any color, highlight, lowlight, perm or keratin service$35 value*Aug Sept with stylists Ashlee, Mike or Andreanew guests only now at cameo PRO Pureology Salebuy 1 liter of Pureology Hydrate Shampoo and get 1 liter of Hydrate Conditioner FREE$60 value *limited supply By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comThe air was charged with a sense of excitement as children and adults gathered under a big tent last week at a site on Sunlake Boulevard to celebrate the groundbreaking of Imagine School at Land O'Lakes."Welcome to what we thought would never happen,"said Principal Kathy Helean, recounting efforts that began in 2005 to create a charter school and build a home for it. "It's a glorious day,isn't it?"said another speaker,Rod Sasse,executive vice president for Imagine Schools in Florida. Helean compared the school's efforts to create a school,find a site and line up a contractor to the children's story,"The Little Engine That Could.""In the beginning,there was only the idea of having students with a seat on this train. The engine was filled with our school's governing board,a few parents and Imagine.""Once we got our charter approved by the school board of Pasco County,we started loading children on this train.We still hadn't found a permanent home. "Imagine (at) Land O'Lakes opened in 2008,with 424 students on board,and teachers,parents and community members supporting as we continued searching for a place for our school."Parents started telling other parents about Imagine and more students got onto the Imagine train,but still we needed to get these students into a permanent school building."We had several locations appear promising,but they didn't work out.Some families became disheartened,but most decided to stay on the train. "And then we found Sunlake Boulevard and we found Ryan (Companies US Inc.);it seemed too good to be true,but we hoped this would be the one.This is the one,we made it,"she said,to an enthusiastic crowd. It took four tries to find a site that would work,Helean said.The others did not work out because of traffic issues. Imagine at Land O'Lakes is a publicly funded charter school,operating under the authority of Pasco County Schools.Students are selected for the school through a lottery process.Helean said she began writing the charter application for Imagine Land O'Lakes in 2005 because she believed "all families deserve to have a choice in their child's education."At Imagine at Land O'Lakes,"the philosophy is that the parent is the one that knows the child best.We're here to assist the parent."We focus not only on academics,but on character development and parent involvement." The school has a 95 percent re-enrollment rate. The new 43,000-squarefoot school will have a capacity for 728 students, but it is only authorized currently for 584 under its charter agreement with the school district. The school will have 38 classrooms and a 6,000square-foot multipurpose room,for lunch,gym and other activities.The site has ample play spaces,including a 1.2-acre play field. Amanda Battistoni,president of the school's board,said the new school "gives parents the security of knowing we are a permanent fixture in this community.We're not leaving." Besides helping children who attend Imagine,the school also lessens the potential for overcrowding at other area schools, Battistoni said. Pasco County Commissioner Pat Mulieri was among the dignitaries attending the July 29 groundbreaking ceremony. The commissioner,a former professor at Pasco-Hernando Community College,said she had visited Imagine and liked what she saw there. The school has a child-centered curriculum,Mulieri said."I was also impressed with the joy of learning on the children's faces." As an educator,she's pleased that Imagine is getting a beautiful new facility, Mulieri said. "As a commissioner,I am delighted to see jobs in Pasco County.I'm delighted to see a new building come in." Liska Garcia Rovi,who teaches middle school Spanish at the school,she's excited about the notion of having a permanent school home. "Right now,we're in an office building and there's a little bit more separation between one thing and another,"she said. Christine Gegan,whose 7-year-old son, Quintin,attends the school,said she's happy that families attending the school will have a place "to plant our feet and solidify the children's education.Being in the temporary building,it felt a little uncertain." Students work with teachers in clusters, working with the same teachers for three years,Gegan said. The teachers really get to know the children."They focus on each individual child," Gegan said."The families that go there are just a delight.There's a real sense of community. Most of the parents that go there want to be involved with their children's education." Crews were at work last week getting the ground ready for a new 43,000square-foot charter school on Sunlake Boulevard. (Photos by B.C. Manion) Rod Sasse, Amanda Battistoni, Kathy Helean and Pat Mulieri take part in the ceremonial turning of dirt at the groundbreaking ceremony for Imagine School at Land O'Lakes.Imagine School breaks ground for permanent home


813-909-2800 / THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS August 3,2011 4 Club helps speakers build confidenceBy Zack Petersonzpeterson@cnewspubs.comThe timer light just turned bright green. Micah Richeson has been talking for a minute now about the number five. Yes,anything and everything related to the number five is open to Micah's oral assessment. Another 30 seconds later,the timer light flashes yellow,signifying to the audience that Micah has 30 seconds left to finish his speech. Micah exhales with relief,wraps up his final sentiments and flashes a brief smile of accomplishment before receiving a round of applause. His speech ranges everywhere from the number of years he lived in Gainesville (five),to the number of organs the body has (five) and finally to the number of toes and fingers human beings possess on each hand and foot (also five). Though seemingly arbitrary,here at the Wesley Chapel Speaks Toastmasters Club, Micah has been encouraged to take a leap of faith,take the stand and speak about whatever topic he draws for one to two minutes during what's known as the Table Topic portion of the meeting. Here at the Wesley Chapel Speaks Toastmasters Club,it's not about proficiency at first;it's about building confidence. Although the club has a specific schedule they keep to for each meeting,during the Table Topic portion,members draw from a basket of potential speech topics,dwell upon the topic for a couple seconds and then approach their fellow members with a spontaneous speech about what they selected. Though not officially members yet, Micah and his wife,Mitze (who had to talk about the number 13),wanted to experience what the club had to offer.The couple moved to the New Tampa/Wesley Chapel area about two years ago when they heard about the club."We wanted to get a feel for what this was like,"Micah said."I do some speaking on the side and she's (Mitze) been interested in her speaking skills.Being new to this community still,we hope it'll be a good way to connect with more people." Connection is what the club strives to teach,particularly when it comes to connecting individuals with speaking skills they never knew they had. "I was once terrified of speaking,"said David West,president of the Wesley Chapel Speaks Toastmasters Club."My legs would shake and everything." West originally became interested with public speaking at the age of 15 when he delivered his first sermon.By the time he was 19,he began preaching full time and has moved throughout Dade City,Trilby and now,preaches at The Church of Wesley Chapel. "I like starting things,"said West,and that's why,a little over a year and a half ago,West helped found the club with intention of getting his fellow community members more comfortable with public speaking. The Wesley Chapel Speaks Toastmasters Club meets on the first and third Monday evenings at the Hyundai of Wesley Chapel (27000 Wesley Chapel Boulevard),and then on the second and fourth Monday mornings at the St.Petersburg Times'Wesley Chapel office (26240 Golden Maple Loop). "We want to get you comfortable with speaking,"West said."And I think a key part to that is thinking,It's not about me,it's about the message I've got to give.'" That's why West starts out newcomers to the club with their first public speech known as the "Ice-breakers,"which has members delivering a speech about themselves. "When you're asked to speak,you're asked to speak because you're an expert on the topic,"West said."No one's more of an expert on you than you are." Currently,between the two meeting sessions,the club has about 15 members,but West is confident that by September the club will more than double. According to West,when the club first launched,"it did in six months what most clubs couldn't do in a year." "We received all kinds of awards,distinctions and had great numbers,"West said. However,the next year,West stepped down from his position as president. Though the club "dwindled"the following year,West took the initiative to reassume his former position and build the club back up to its former numbers. Presently,West has spoken to 40-50 people who are interested in becoming members. "I think it's mostly the economy that keeps the Toastmasters numbers low,"West said."People don't have as much time for personal development;they're just trying to get by. "But this could be just the thing you need.If you want a good job,communication skills are critical.Now's a great time to join;there's always room for you,"he said. Members are required to pay a fee of $50 twice a year,but all of the proceeds go back to whatever supplies the club may need. "Anything we put in all goes back to the members,"West explained. But according to West,the greatest experience he takes out of working with Toastmasters is seeing the individual change."In six months,you won't even recognize yourself,"West said."There'll be that much visible improvement."In six months,you won't even recognize yourself' David West, president of Wesley Chapel Speaks Toastmasters Club, goes over club policy with Micah and Mitze Richeson. West wants to help fellow community members get "comfortable with speaking."


HOW THEBATTLEAGAINSTCANCERISWONBROOKSVILLE HUDSON INVERNESS NEW PORT RICHEY SPRING HILL ZEPHYRHILLS United in Healing with US Oncology1-888-206-0054www. FCINewHope .com SUBSCRIPTIONS: Paid subscriptions available for those outside delivery area. Call 813-909-2800.CIRCULATION: If you did not receive your paper, or to stop your paper, call 727-530-5521.NEWS DEADLINE: Thursday, 5 p.m. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE: Friday at noon. DISPLAY AD DEADLINE: Thursday, 5 p.m.EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS: Suggestions for news content and coverage are welcome and e-mails are invited. Publisher reserves the right to edit and/or reject any editorial and advertising content.LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: We welcome community topics in the 250-word range. Please include daytime phone number.Opinions expressed by the writers are their own and do not reflect the opinion of the publisher.ERRORS: Publisher is not responsible for errors in advertising beyond the cost of space for the first insertion, or for the validity of claims made by advertisers.MEMBER: Central Pasco Chamber, Wesley ChapelChamber, Zephyrhills Chamber, Dade City Chamber, Florida Press Association, Free Community Newspapers of Florida, Southeast Advertising Publishers Association, Association of Free Community Papers.Contents copyright 2011 Community News Publications. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden without prior written perm ission from the publisher. LAND O'LAKES,LUTZ,ODESSA,DADE CITY,ZEPHYRHILLS,WESLEY CHAPELServing Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 LOCATION 1930 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Suite 14 / Lutz,FL 33549 MAIL P O.Box 479 / Lutz,FL 33548 PHONE/FAX ph: 813.909.2800 / fax: 813.909.2802 WEBSITE EMAIL / DISTRIBUTION Sunset Advertising Distributors/ 727.530.5521 info@sunsetadver tiser EDITORIAL JOE HUMPHREY,Associate Editor jhumphre y@cne B.C. MANION,Community Editor KYLE LOJACONO,Sports Editor klojacono@cne MARY RATHMAN, EditorialAssistant DESIGN MATT MISTRETTA, Art Director STEFANIE BURLINGAME, Graphic Designer ADVERTISING SHELLEY KETCHUM,s ketchum@cne wspubs.comBuilders & Developers Land O' Lakes, West PascoTERRI WILLIAMSON, twilliamson@cne wspubs.comLutz, Wesley ChapelSTEPHANIE STEPHENSON, sstephenson@cne wspubs.comWesley Chapel, ZephyrhillsACCOUNTING MANAGER MARY EBERHARD, CUSTOMER SERVICE/ CLASSIFIEDS CAROLYN BENNETT, GENA CRO WDER, gcrowder@cne ADMINISTRATIVE KATHY WELTON / STEVE MISTRETTAPresident & Publisher Diane Kortus dkortus@cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ Lutz / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS August 3,2011 5 Holloway' s Farm Supply OPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK 813-949-6809 3036 Land O'Lakes Blvd.(US 41) (US 41,just south of Hungry Harry's BBQ) Chicken Starter Kit $200.00 Raise Chickens In Your Backyard starting at EAT HEALTHY AND SAVE MONEY By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comFlorida State Rep.Will Weatherford said partisan politics is part of political life but there should be some issues where it has no place. He thinks the nation's debt ceiling is one of those issues. "I will tell you that I'm pretty disgusted with both parties,with what's happening in Washington.It's one of the most significant voids in leadership that I've seen in a long time,"Weatherford said at the July 28 meeting of the Wesley Chapel Economic Development Committee. His remarks came days before the nation's Aug.2 deadline to raise the debt ceiling or risk going into default. "I hope we can dig our way out of this and come up with a compromise,but it really has been frustrating to watch even for someone who is in politics and knows a lot of the people up there,"said Weatherford,a Republican in line to be the next Speaker of the state House. President Barack Obama and congressional leaders worked out a compromise over the weekend to avoid the default and members of Congress were expected to vote on the measure,possibly as early as Monday,Aug.1. The debt crisis was just one of several topics Weatherford addressed during the hour-long session. He also told the crowd that efforts must be made to find a new home in the region for the Tampa Bay Rays. "I think we'll lose the Rays if they don't work something out,"Weatherford said."I've talked to Matt Silverman who runs their shop there and they're very serious.It's the worst stadium in America for a pro baseball stadium. "On top of that, they just can't sell tickets even when they're good,"he said. "In my opinion, we're going to lose that team in the next three-to-five years if we don't find an answer.Downtown St.Pete just isn't going to work.Hopefully,the mayor over there will do what's right for the region and not be overly parochial.I have concerns they're being a little too parochial there." Keeping the Rays in the region is important from an economic development standpoint,Weatherford said.Professional sports and quality entertainment venues, such as the Straz Center,are important elements in the region's quality of life. "That helps create a place where people like to be,"he said. There's no question that the nation,state and region are grappling with significant economic challenges,Weatherford said. He recalls giving a speech five years ago when one of the challenges the state was facing was 5.8 percent unemployment. Now,he said,"1 in 5 people that you bump into in a grocery store or you pass on the street is unemployed and needs a job. That is a tremendous,tremendous problem that we face in this state." Florida's unemployment rate was 10.6 in June. Still,there are reasons for optimism,especially in Wesley Chapel,said Weatherford, who lives in the community. "This is going to be the hub.The business hub.The shopping hub.The entrepreneurial hub.This is going to be the place where people are going to want to live and work and play and do business."Weatherford decries leadership void' in debt ceiling debate Will Weatherford Lutz and Land O'Lakes area residents gathered July 23 to honor the memory of James David Birk and raise money for Wade Thorson,a USF student who was diagnosed with colon cancer in April.Birk died in a Thanksgiving 2009 car crash.Lutz benefit honors Birk,helps Thorson Attendees to the July 23 benefit enjoyed a corn hole tournament, artist vendors, music, food and chance drawings for prizes. Gina Betz of Thirty-One Gifts shows the line-up of purses for sale. She donated a portion of her sales to the cause. (Photos by Anthony V. Masella Jr. of James A. Williams entertained the crowd with songs from his new CD and will donate a portion of his sales to the cause.


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JOHN'S BUTCHER SHOP102 1st Ave SW LUTZ 813.909.9746 $100.00 FAMILY PACK 4 Filet Mignons 4 Sirloins 4 NY Strips 4 Cube Steaks 1 lb Stew Meat 4 Beef or Chicken Kabobs 2 lb Country Ribs 2 lb Ground Chuck 4 Chicken CutletsEXPIRES 8-31-11 (SAVE $25) 3 LBS CHICKENFREE CUBANSANDWICH$2.50EXPIRES 8-31-11 BONELESS SKINLESS CHICKEN BREAST$2.99 lb.EXPIRES 8-31-11SAVE 60¢ lb. SAVE 50¢ By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThis week will look into how Lutz got its name. LUTZ was first settled as a Catholic mission in the late 1880s by Luxembourg priest Francis Stemper. Stemper bought many acres of land in the area west of Lake Bruing,now Lake Stemper,to start the mission.Those who settled in the Stemper colony were primarily from Luxembourg. The heart of the Stemper colony was located along present day US 41 south across from the First Baptist Church of Lutz. The first structure Stemper built was the church,which doubled as the school,on the northwest end of the former Lake Bruing. Houses sprang up around the church.The first cemetery was on what is now Cypress Cove Road off Sunset Lane. The Stemper post office was established on Nov.17,1893 with the namesake priest as the postmaster.The post office was ordered closed in February 1899,but reopened on April 13,1899. In 1907,the Tampa Northern Railroad was built.It ran from Tampa,through Stemper and further north. The old wood-burning train engines required frequent stops to take on more wood,which were called wood rack stops. The stop just north of Stemper was named Lutz,after early Tampa Northern engineer William Lutz.William was a young engineer from West Virginia;his brother Charles ran a sawmill in what is now Odessa. Charles built a tram track in 1909 to carry his lumber 10 miles east,connecting his sawmill to the Tampa Northern line at brother William's Lutz station.The Gulf Coast Railroad,which ran eastwest toward Tarpon Springs,opened soon after the Tampa Northern line.The two tracks crossed at the Lutz station.The wood stop and two rail lines helped put the fledgling town on the map,but with the name North Tampa.The joining of the railroads at the Lutz station prompted the stop to be renamed Lutz Junction.The replica of the old Lutz train depot now stands at U.S,41 on the north side of W.Lutz Lake FernRoad.The original station was on the south side of Lutz Lake Fern. During that time,North Tampa residents got their mail from the Stemper post office, located about three miles south.Early in 1912,they petitioned the U.S.government for their own post office,but were turned down. Instead of asking for another post office, North Tampa residents signed a petition to have the Stemper location moved to North Tampa. On Jan.27,1913,the U.S.Post Office granted the petition.However,the department feared North Tampa Post Office would be confused with the Tampa site. The department chose to name it the Lutz Post Office after the Lutz Junction train depot.The town has been known as Lutz ever since. For additional information on how Lutz got its name,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 Wiregrass and Zephyrhills got their names next week,which will be the final edition of What's in a Name.WHAT'S IN A NAMEHow former Catholic mission became Lutz


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UNIQUE TECHNIQUES UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP Unique Techniques Hair Salon,at 23908 SR54 in the Canoe Commons shopping center in Lutz,has a new owner and four new stylists. Unique Techniques welcomes Cindy Caron,Melissa Kreuscher,Georgia Simpkins and Heather Brewer.The previous owner, Apryl Ace,is becoming a stylist,too.All of the stylists are Redken Elite educated and attend continuing education programs. The new owner,Toni Brewer,is offering 20 percent off for new clients for any service through the end of 2011.Other specials are being offered,too. To find out salon hours,learn more about services or specials or to make an appointment,call (813) 948-0450. INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES MOVES TO PASCO Independent Financial Services,a company staffed entirely by women,has relocated to Land O'Lakes from Hillsborough County. The company's move allows it to expand its presence in Wesley Chapel,New Tampa and Land O'Lakes,says a company news release.The office's new address is 20635 Amberfield Drive,Suite 102,in Land O' Lakes. The move was celebrated with a July 19 open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce. The all-female firm specializes in four key areas:women and investing,retirement planning,divorce planning and small business solutions. The relocation did not affect the company's telephone numbers.Anyone seeking additional information can call (813) 9082701 and or this toll-free number (888) 811-1817. HELP FOR HISPANIC BUSINESSES The Hillsborough County Economic Development Department,in response to a 2010 U.S.Census report,is expanding its outreach to Hispanic entrepreneurs.The census data shows that Hillsborough's Hispanic population grew by 25 percent between 2000 and 2010. T h e d epartment's Small Business Information Center (SBIC) is offering additional business technical assistance to Hispanics,including: -Free bilingual Spanish/English counseling for entrepreneurs who want to start or expand their business,or create more jobs. -Free visits by SBIC Business Counselors to established Hispanic businesses in the community to provide valuable information on business operations. -Education and assistance to help Hispanic business owners become certified as minority businesses and achieve the Minority Business Enterprise/Small Business Enterprise (MBE/SBE) Certification,increasing opportunities to better tap business prospects with the local government. -Free informative seminars and workshops as part of the technical assistance education program to enhance the economic development of the Hillsborough County business community. To register online for free individual counseling and workshops,go to more information,call (813) 914-4028 Ext. 62007 for more information. The Small Business Information Center is at Corporate Square,7402 N.56th St., Building 400,Suite.425 in Tampa. CHAMBER SEEKING NOMINATIONS The Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for its annual community awards. The nominees do not need be chamber members.Here are the categories: Small business of the year (1-25 employees);large business of the year (more than 25 employees);the diamond award (for exemplary contribution by a nonprofit organization for the betterment of the greater Zephyrhills community);leadership in youth involvement;leadership in government;community service award (for exemplary volunteer service to the greater Zephyrhills community by an individual); community service award,global (for exemplary volunteer service to the global community by a local individual or organization);citizen of the year;Alice Hall Community Service Award (lifetime achievement award). The small and large businesses of the year must demonstrate exemplary reputation,product,service growth,business model,leadership and corporate citizenship. Nominations must be submitted by Aug. 12 and awards will be announced at an awards banquet on Sept.15.For more information call (813) 782-1913.


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(813) 788-2007 (813)788-2007 Three locations to serve you Threelocationstoserveyou Largo € Tampa € Zephyrhills Largo€Tampa€Zephyrhills Once A Day Cialis Now Available $51.84 /mo. By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Pasco Commission unanimously approved an outright ban of panhandling on all county roadways,except on Sundays. The 5-0 vote came on July 26.The ban prevents people from asking for money or selling anything,and it includes nonprofit groups.The Sunday exemption was put in place as a compromise for those who sell newspapers roadside. "We didn't want those people to lose their part-time jobs,"said Commission Chairwoman Ann Hildebrand."Something like 200 people could have been out of work if we didn't have the exemption." Commissioners say the ban is needed as a safety measure to try and reduce the risk of panhandlers and those hawking products from being hit or causing accidents. "With social media today and the distractions of drivers,I think we're trying to look out for the safety of citizens,"said Commissioner Ted Schrader. Assistant County Attorney Kristi Wooden said the commissioners were given data showing traffic is 45 percent less heavy on Sundays versus the rest of the week. "That really eased my mind on voting for it,"said Commissioner Pat Mulieri. The ban does not bar everyone from the roadside as long as they do not ask drivers for money.It does not prevent people from giving out fliers or holding signs for businesses,commonly known as sign spinning or twirling. Pasco is one of several county and city governments that have recently put some type of ban on panhandling.Both Hillsborough County and the city of St. Petersburg have passed outright bans without the Sunday exemption. New Port Richey also banned panhandling in May.That city ordinance states it is,"unlawful for panhandlers to express implied threats of physical injury or property damage,attempt to maintain extended contact after receiving a negative response or impede a person's movement." The Tampa City Council narrowly voted against a similar ban and is planning several workshops to further discuss the issue.It is scheduled to have more discussion about passing a ban at its Sept.8 meeting. Additionally,Zephyrhills City Manager Jim Drumm and Dade City City Manger William Poe Jr.say they expect to discuss a possible ban later this summer in the east Pasco municipalities. Several Pasco citizens voiced their concern of seeing an increased number of panhandlers during the last few years. However,Devon Dougherty,assistant pastor at Victorious Life Church in Wesley Chapel,cautioned against the tactic of pushing the needy away. "We do not find (the ban) to be addressing the situation of the homeless population,"Devon Dougherty said.He then added,"This is just sweeping the problem under the rug." Mulieri also did not like the fact that the ban prevents charities and civic groups like firefighters,Rotary clubs or the Knights of Columbus from collecting funds six days a week."If you're going to take a stand,you have to take a stand,"Mulieri said to members attending the commission meeting representing such charities.After the vote she acknowledged the likelihood of the county being challenged legally on the new ordinance.Language in the new ordinance protects the ban if the Sunday exemption is overturned on the legal grounds of it being selective enforcement,according to Wooden."If that happens,the ban would stay as a seven-day ban,"Wooden said."The only two options are for it to be a six or seven day ban."Pasco has 10 days to submit the new ordinance to the state after its passage.The ban will go into place after that date.Pasco finalizes panhandling ban 1930 Land O'Lakes, FL33549 813.909.2800 Who says color doesn't call attention to your advertisement? 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Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special along with a photo and mail to:Pet of the Week,c/o The Laker,P.O.Box 479,Lutz,FL 33548 Email to,ATTN:Pet of the WeekPLEASE NOTE: OWNER'S NAME AND CITYOF RESIDENCE MUST BE INCLUDED FOR YOUR PETTO BE CONSIDERED FOR PUBLICATION. PETof theWEEK Indy is a "gentle giant"Indy is 2 1/2 years old and has been with his owner since infancy. His favorite food is dried fruit, but he also likes hay, oatmeal, romaine lettuce and other greens. Indy is extremely friendly and has a very sweet demeanor. He will nudge your hand if he wants you to pet him. Indy's proud owner is Meagan Rathman of Land O'Lakes. 813-909-2800 / THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS August 3,2011 10 (Includes pre-anesthetic exam,anesthesia,pain & antibiotic pre-medication) Dogs & cats must be healthy and current on vaccines & at least 3 months old but not more than 5 years old.Dogs should be at least 5 lbs.,Cats,3 lbs. Pets must not be pregnant & should be healthy. SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC:Call for appointment:Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee.Cat Neuter: $30 Cat Spay: $40 Dog Neuter:Dog Spay: up to 11 lbs$40up to 11 lbs$50 12 33 lbs$4512 22 lbs$55 34 66 lbs$5523 44 lbs$60 67 88 lbs$7045 66 lbs$70 89 132 lbs$8567 88 lbs$90 89 132 lbs$105VACCINES CLINIC:Monday-Friday 1 2 pmWalk-Ins Welcome.Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee. Includes exam & economy vaccines.Consult is add'l $30 on request.(813)949-441621515 VILLAGE LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLAND O'LAKES Rabies 1 yr $10.00 Feline Leukemia $18.00 Feline Distemper Combo $18.00 Rabies 3 yr $25.00 Canine Distemper Combo $25.00 Bordetella/Kennel Cough $12.00 SR 54US 41 MONDA Y -FRIDA Y 8 AM 6 PM SATURDAY 8 AM 2 PM CLOSED SUNDA YDistrict extends water restrictionsA Laker/Lutz News staff reportThe Southwest Florida Water Management District's governing board recently voted to extend water restrictions, including all of Pasco and Hillsborough counties,through Oct.31. The restrictions,which went into effect in December 2010,were kept because the region's water resources have not been replenished due to a delayed start to the summer rainy season,according to district spokeswoman Robyn Felix. "Our rainy season has gotten off to a slow start,"District demand management program manager Lois Sorensen said in a release."The region's public water supplies are in relatively good shape for now,but we may need to consider stricter measures if the rest of the rainy season isn't more consistently productive." The type of restrictions currently in place are known as Phase I,which is intended as an alert to prepare for worsening conditions. There are no changes to watering days or times that come along with the Phase I extension.The district limits watering to two days per week and residents may only water before 10 a.m.or after 4 p.m.Some areas have stricter local ordinances limiting lawn watering to one day per week or using different watering hours,so residents should check with their local government or utility. For example,all watering in unincorporated Hillsborough must be done before 8 a.m.or after 6 p.m.The restrictions apply to most water sources,including private wells and ponds or lakes that are used as alternate irrigation supplies. Residents may hand-water plants and shrubs,or use a drip irrigation system in landscaping beds,at any time.There are no restrictions on fountains,car washing and pressure washing. Reclaimed water customers are exempt from the watering restrictions,although they are encouraged to use only what they need. While observing Phase I restrictions,residents are asked to check their irrigation systems to ensure they are working properly.This means testing and repairing broken pipes and leaks,and damaged or tilted sprinkler heads.Residents should also check their irrigation timer to ensure the settings are correct and the rain sensor is working properly in accordance with state law. To avoid getting a citation while performing a system check during a time other than what is allowed by the restrictions, limit the testing to no more than 10 minutes and stay visible while monitoring the system. For more information on water restrictions and conservation,visit the district's website report a possible violation,call (800) 848-0499 or email Watering days in Hillsborough Lutz/OdessaAddresses ending in 0,1,2 or 3 Mondays and Thursdays Addresses ending in 4,5 or 6 Tuesdays and Fridays Addresses ending in 7,8 or 9 Wednesdays and Saturdays.This also includes locations without an address or ones with mixed addresses. In Pasco,visit for information. 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Tax not included.Expires 08-31-11BUYDINNERORSUBGET2ND HALF PRICE ANYSIZEPIZZA $2.00OFF children ages 8-15.Children will learn various concepts of musical theatre and must bring their own lunch and snacks.For cost and information,call (352) 593-0027 or visit PLANT SOCIETYThe Nature Coast Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society will host Dr.Robert Knight at 7:30 p.m.Aug.9.The presentation will be "Florida Springs The Original Native Plant Community."The meeting will be at St.Mark's Presbyterian Church,7922 SR 52 in Hudson.For information,call (727) 849-2335.WINE TASTING WORKSHOPThe Carrollwood Cultural Center,4537 Lowell Road,will host a wine tasting workshop in partnership with Time for Wine and AAA Carrollwood at 6:30 p.m. Aug.9.Participants must be at least 21 years old.Admission is $20 for center and AAA members,and $25 for non-members.For information or to register,call Charles Visalli at (813) 664-1430.BACK TO SCHOOL BASHCobb Grove 16 will present its third annual Back to School Bash from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Aug.13.The free event includes free school supplies,games,face painting,medical screenings,haircuts,healthy eating and dental hygiene tips,tutoring information, backpacks and child safety kits.For information,call (813) 948-5445.CONTESTS PHOTOS NEEDEDGulfside Regional Hospice is having a photo contest for winners to be featured in Gulfside's 2012 calendar.Photos must be shot in Pasco County and there is no limit to the number of pictures a photographer can submit.All entries are due by 5 p.m. Aug.31 to photo requirements and submission information,contact Ashley Mann at (727) 845-5707 or AWARDHillsborough County is looking for nominations for the 2011 Moral Courage Award.Winners are citizens who courageously fought for the principle of right and wrong.Deadline is 5 p.m.Aug.15. The nomination form is available at,"Special Awards."THE AR TS SEUSSICAL JR.Local students will perform the musical Seussical the Carrollwood Cultural Center at 7 p.m.Aug.5,3 and 7 p.m.Aug.6 and 3 p.m.Aug.7.Tickets are $10,$5 for children age 10 and under.The center is located at 4537 Lowell Road.For information,call Chad DeLoach at (813) 310-2201.OUT AND ABOUT FAMILY STORY TIMEWestfield Citrus Park's family program will host a story time at 4 p.m.Aug.4 in Macy's Court,8021 Citrus Park Town Center.The program is designed to focus on confidence and self-esteem.Kids will create a picture frame to take home.For information,call (813) 926-4644.SPAY-GHETTI DINNERThe ACT Spay/Neuter Clinic will host a Spay-ghetti and No Balls dinner and silent auction to benefit the clinic from 6-10 p.m. Aug.6 at the Arthur Murray Dance Studio, 3217 S.MacDill Tampa.Tickets start at $25 and include a ticket for door prize drawing.For information,call Jennifer Anderson at (813) 335-3778 or visit FAMILY DAYGet two free children's tickets with the purchase of an adult or senior ticket at MOSI's family day,Aug.7.Offer does not include special engagement exhibitions, films,events and ropes course.For information,call (813) 987-6000 or visit CAMPLive Oak Theatre Company will have a summer program from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Aug. 8-12 at The Bridge Christian Life Center, 7279 Pinehurst Drive in Spring Hill,for COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT CARTWHEEL-A-THONPremier Gymnastics will host a cartwheel-a-thon and free open gym at 5:30 p.m.Aug. 6 in support of Shriners Hospital for Children.A competitive team of gymnasts will perform cartwheels,followed by an open gym for play.Event is free.Food and drinks will be available for purchase.Donations accepted.All proceeds go to the hospital. 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813-909-2800 / THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS August 3,2011 12 Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS CHECK THIS OUT By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Gaither football team tasted victory only three times during the 2010 season, seven less than the squad won during the two-day USF Sling and Shoot tournament.The Cowboys reached the championship game of the annual 7-on-7 summer event, knocking off Class 4A state runner-up Armwood in the semifinals.Pasco defeated Gaither 27-12 in the title game on July 24,but the northern Hillsborough County team turned some heads during the two-day event."It really helps with the kids'confidence to go out and do well,"said first-year Gaither coach JasonStokes."These kids have really put in the work to get better and I'm very proud of the way they performed." Sophomore quarterback Alex McGough ran Gaither's offense less than a month after transferring from Wesley Chapel.The Cowboys finished the 51-team event with only two losses. "He is very calm no matter what is happening around him,"Stokes said."He's still new to the offense and is making mistakes that a young kid makes,but I was really impressed with what he was able to do." Junior Shug Oyegunle,who has been the Cowboys starting quarterback since his freshman year,played slot receiver during the tournament.Stokes said two of the squad's runner backs were out of town during the event,so they needed to move Oyegunle out from under center. Stokes said the team will have packages where both are on the field during the season.He added that Oyegunle has been a "true teammate"about working with McGough. "He's been totally receptive to any position change and I commend him for that," Stokes said."A lot of kids would probably have made a big deal about the switch,but he's done exactly what we've asked.He's been Alex's biggest supporter in the huddle and has been working with him to help him learn the offense.I can't say enough about what the two of them are doing together and with the whole offense." Oyegunle,who was named the team's offensive MVP for his work during the spring season,was a receiver at the start of his freshman year before becoming a quarterback. Stokes said senior wide receiver Carlo Perello has also impressed him during the 7on-7 summer season and at the Sling and Shoot.Perello was given the coaches award for his efforts during the spring season. McGough hit Oyegunle to put the Cowboys up 6-0 to start the semifinals contest against Armwood,a lead they would never give up. Gaither won the contest 33-20;a surprise considering the Hawks defeated the Cowboys 49-7 in their regular season game last October. "That was really big for us,"said senior defensive back Tyler McCollum,who was named team MVP during the spring."We haven't beaten Armwood since I've been here and it lets as all know we're during the right things to get ready.We're all excited about the fall." Pasco flipped the script on Gaither,taking an early lead in the championship game. McGough had scoring passes of 40 and 45 yards,including one to Oyegunle,but the Pirates defense forced two interceptions. "I was really surprised,"said Pasco senior wide receiver and defensive back Trey Dudley-Giles."We come from a small county, and to come out and win something big like that was a surprise.This really gives us a lot of hope that we can win against anyone."Besides Gaither and Pasco,other area teams that played in the event included Land O'Lakes,Freedom and Carrollwood Day.The Pirates and Gators were the only two Pasco County squads in the tournament.The Cowboys had to settle for second place,but the squad seems to have momentum coming out of the Sling and Shoot. Gaither won the 16-team Gulfcoast FCA 7on-7 Challenge at Braden River High in Bradenton on July 26,defeating Palmetto 3421 in the finals. Senior linebacker Josh Scarberry pulled in an interception that ensured the tournament championship for Gaither.McGough and the Gaither offense scored touchdowns on every possession in the final three contests. "It showed us the Sling and Shoot wasn't a fluke,"McCollum said."We know it's not the same as real football,but it gives us even more confidence." Gaither will play its kickoff classic football game at home against Sickles on Friday, Aug.26 at 7 p.m.The Cowboys will host Alonso on Friday,Sept.2 at 7:30 p.m.for their regular season opener.Gaither reaches Sling and Shoot finals Wesley Chapel transfer Alex McGough helped guide Gaither to the finals of the USF Sling and Shoot tournament. (File photos) Junior Shug Oyegunle'work at slot receiver helped Gaither reach the finals of the USF Sling and Shoot.Fish tops Isner for championshipSaddlebrook Resort members Mardy Fish and John Isner met up in the finals of the Atlanta Tennis Championships on July 24,with Fish coming out on top 3-6,7-6 (8),6-2.Fish trailed 5-1 in the second-set tiebreak before roaring back.The Saddlebrook duo met in the finals of the same event last year,which also went in favor of Fish in three sets."I didn't necessarily change anything tactically," Fish wrote in an email."I took care of my serve games a little bit better once I lost serve in the first game of the second." The No.9 ranked Fish is 3-1 all time against Isner.The win gives the 29 year old his sixth tournament title in his ATP career.Isner,who is currently ranked No.33 in the world,used his big serve to take the early lead,but an apparent abdominal injury seemed to limit his movement under the hot Atlanta sun.The 26 year old was looking to claim back-to-back tournaments for the first time in his career,after winning the Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships in Newport,R.I.Gator cross country conditioningThe Land O' Lakes girls and boys cross country teams are currently having conditioning sessions five days per week to prepare for the upcoming fall season.Any student interested in running with the team should call girls coach Karen DeHaas at (813) 406-5730 or boys coach Kris Keppel at (813) 996-2824.Breast cancer support golf eventBabe Zaharias Golf Course,11412 North Forest Hills Drive in Forest Hills,will host a golf event on Saturday,Oct.1 to support Samantha Willis on her Avon Walk for Breast Cancer.The event starts at 2 p.m.The cost is $45 per two-person scramble team.Hole sponsors and raffle prize donations are also needed.There will be contests for longest drive and closest to the pin.To register,call Willis at (813) 323-5483 or email her at Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or Warriors end season with titleThe LOLU17 Warriors travel basketball team just completed its season, which included one tournament championship at an event in Miami. The club, which has players from Wesley Chapel and Land O'Lakes, also came in second in the YBOAstate tournament within the last year. The Warriors finish with a 21-14 record. The squad participates in AAU, YBOAand USSSAtournaments. The team includes Randal Ackett, Jaron Fleming, Marcus Hayne, Ernest McClendon, Mike Morrow, Pedro Pabon, Christian Para, Brian Rodriguez, Terrance Tabois and Justin Thomopalos. Coaches include C.J. Soril and Mark Soril. (Photo by Steve Thomopalos) Mardy FishBishop McLaughlin has a pair of new faces in its athletic department. Tom LoSauro was recently picked as the Hurricanes athletic director and baseball coach,according to Bishop McLaughlin principal Sarah Regan.The move came a week after Derrick Alexander was named the football coach at the Pasco County private school. LoSauro was most recently the baseball coach at Fort Myers Bishop Verot Catholic, where he guided the program to the 2011 Class 3A state championship and was named the 3A Coach of the Year be the Florida High School Athletic Association. Two of LoSauro's players were taken within the first 70 picks during the MLB draft this year. LoSauro coached at Bishop Verot for 13 years and also served as an assistant athletic director last year.He replaces Nick Rodriguez,who stepped down in May after six years with the Hurricanes to become the assistant head of school at Independent Day School in Tampa. Bishop McLaughlin baseball went 21-8 in 2011,reaching the 2A regional semifinals. As for football,Alexander has been a Hurricanes assistant the last few years.He is no stranger to the gridiron,as he played defensive end for three years in college at Florida State University (FSU) and for five years in the NFL. During his redshirt sophomore season at FSU,Alexander posted a team-high 100 tackles,including 11 against the University of Nebraska in the Orange Bowl to help the Seminoles secure the 1993 national championship.He was also named the Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year and an All-American selection as a junior. Alexander entered the NFL draft after his junior season at FSU.He was taken with the 11th overall pick by the Minnesota Vikings, where he played four seasons.Alexander played one year with the Cleveland Browns before retiring. Alexander started 67 games during his five-year NFL career,recording 228 tackles, 20 sacks and five forced fumbles.He replaces Matt Nardo,who stepped down in July to take a coaching job at Marietta College in Ohio.The Hurricanes went 7-3 as an independent program in 2010. All high school stats as recorded to by coaches. Changes at Bishop McLaughlin Bishop McLaughlin quarterback Mitch Ritter helped the Hurricanes go 7-3 last year under former coach Matt Nardo. (File photo)


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Johnson has more than 23 years of experience in athletics.He was most recently the men's basketball coach and athletic director at Philander Smith College in his hometown of Little Rock,Ark.the last four years after serving as a basketball assistant for two seasons.He helped take the Panthers from a program competing in t h e Unite d States Collegiate Athletic Association to the NAIA. Johnson guided the Philander basketball team to the Independent Institutions Conference championship game last season, finishing as the runner-up.Two of his players earned all-conference honors. He has experience as an NCAA Division I,semi-professional and high school coach as well.Johnson led the men's basketball program at his alma mater Western Washington University from 1989-98.He was also a graduate assistant at the University of Arizona from 1994-96 under coach Lute Olsen. Additionally,Johnson spent four yearson thecoaching staff ofthe semi-pro Yakima Sunkings in Yakima,Washington from 198993. Johnson'sfirst head coaching job came in 1998at Tucson High in Arizona.He then became the athletic director/physical education (PE) director and boys basketball coach at Tucson Urban League Charter School. Johnson posted a pair of winning seasons in his first two seasons at Tuscon and added three new sports,boys and girls basketball and boys soccer.He also developed the school's first PE program. Johnson returned to the college ranks in 2002as a men's basketball assistant and PE instructor at Pima Community College. The Conquistadors'leader replaces Bobby Bowman as both men's basketball coach and athletic director.Bowman is retiring after 20 years at PHCC,the only coach of the basketball program's history.The team went 15-15 last season. "I read about the opening and it felt like the perfect place for me,"Johnson said."Mr. Bowman has done a great job with these programs,and I'm hoping to continue what he's started and take PHCC to the next level.We have great coaches in place,great student athletes and great facilities to work with.I'm hoping we can bring a little more notoriety here." Philander has only four official sports, women's volleyball,women's track and field and women's and men's basketball.PHCC has five programs baseball,men's basketball,women's cross country,softball and women's volleyball.Johnson said his biggest goal is keeping those Conquistadors programs winning while bringing increased attention. "We had every program participate in postseason play last year and every program was at lease .500,"Johnson said."With that kind of year I'd expect everyone to know about PHCC,but there isn't that notoriety for the coaches and the student-athletes.I want to change that." Johnson earned his bachelor's degree from Western Washington in 1989 and completed his master's degree in education in 1996 from Arizona.He has four children, Timothy,Thomas,Tiffany and Trent. Johnson has already assembled his coaching staff,which includes assistants Larry Behm and Michael Jones. Behm is a native of central New York and was a high school coach in Syracuse before coming to PHCC.His teams won 327 games and advanced to the state final four in 2009. He graduated from Eastern New Mexico University. Jones has coached at the middle and high school levels the last five years.He played for two years at PHCC under Bowman,earning all-conference honors in 2001.Jones is also a certified specialist in sports conditioning through International Sports Sciences Association. "Fans can rest assured we're already working to improve here in the summer," Johnson said."We're committed to having a quality program out there the community can get excited about and come support. 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Meetings in August include: --Tuesday,Aug.2 at 10 Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point,14000 Fivay Road in Hudson.For more information,call (727) 992-1358. --Wednesday,Aug.3 at 6 Emeritus La Case Grande,6400 Trouble Creek Road in New Port Richey.For more information,call (727) 847-2980. --Tuesday,Aug.9 at 4 Summit at New Port Richey,5539 Charles New Port Richey.For more information,call (727) 848-4459. --Tuesday,Aug.16 at 1:30 Claude Pepper Senior Center,6640 Van Buren New Port Richey.For more information,call (727) 844-3077.Natural approaches to ADD/ADHD, autismThe World Class Health Center (23900 SR 54,Suite 101,Lutz) will present ADD/ADHD and autism seminar on Aug.4 at 7 p.m.The speaker,Dr.Patrick Flynn,will discuss causes of autism spectrum disorders, tests for ADD/ADHD and autism,ways parents can help and other topics in the talk subtitled,"A Natural Approach." To register,call (813) 973-8883.Treating fibromyalgia courseFoundation for Wellness Professionals and Quantum Vitality Centres will host a class at Seven Oak's Club House,2910 Sports Core Circle in Wesley Chapel,on Wednesday,Aug.10 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.The event will let people know about ways to treat fibromyalgia without drugs. Fibromyalgia can cause pain,numbness, fatigue,insomnia,depression,digestive problems and/or burning sensations.Some solutions include detoxification,exercise and stress management.Dr.Peter Szakacs will lead the course.Space is limited and reservations are required.Call (813) 9734747 for more information or to sign up.Free exercise classes in OdessaKeystone Presbyterian Church,7509 Van Dyke Road in Odessa,offers free exercise classes each Tuesday at 3 p.m.and each Saturday at 10 a.m.Those in a wheelchair are welcome to attend.For more information,call (813) 920-8552.Weekly Taoist Tai Chi classes Tai Chi classes are offered each Thursday from 6:30-8 Trinity Church of Wesley Chapel,33425 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel.For more information,call (813) 788-2898.Chronically ill support groupA support group to help people deal with chronic illnesses meets at 11 a.m.the second Wednesday monthly at Victorious Life Church,6224 Old Pasco Road in Wesley Chapel.For more information,call (813) 783-3186.Weight Watchers weekly groupA Weight Watchers group meets at 12:45 p.m.each Sunday at Sports + Field,2029 Arrowgrass Drive in Wesley Chapel. Registration is free.For more information, call (813) 500-4528.Mental illness support groupRegional Medical Center Bayonet Point, 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson,hosts a weekly support group for those with mental illness each Thursday from 7-8:30 p.m.For more information,call (727) 992-9653.Aphasia support monthly groupForest Hills Presbyterian Church,709 W. Linebaugh Ave.,hosts an aphasia support group the third Monday monthly from 6:308:30 p.m.For more information,call (813) 935-4653.Regional Medical celiac supportRegional Medical Center Bayonet Point, 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson,hosts a celiac support group at 9 a.m.the first Saturday monthly.For more information,call (727) 844-5106.Cardiac defibrillator groupRegional Medical Center Bayonet Point, 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson,hosts a support group for those with an internal cardiac defibrillator at 5:30 p.m.the fourth Wednesday every other month.For more information or for the next group's date,call (727) 869-5498.Prostate cancer support groupThe University of South Florida hosts a prostate cancer support group the fourth Thursday monthly from 6:30-7:30 its Hope Lodge,12810 Magnolia Drive.For more information,call (800) 227-9954.Weekly bipolar support groupThe Depressive Bipolar Support Alliance of West Pasco meets at 2 p.m.each Tuesday at 5650 W.Missouri New Port Richey. For more information,call (727) 845-7780 or (727) 376-1481.Osteoporosis support groupRegional Medical Center Bayonet Point, 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson,hosts a support group for those suffering from osteoporosis at 1 p.m.the last Saturday monthly.For more information,call (727) 207-5968. Gulfside Regional Hospice will have its fifth annual Hike for Hospice event on Saturday,Nov.12 at Wesley Chapel District Park,7727 Boyette Road in Wesley Chapel. The yearly hike is a 5K walk starting at 9 a.m.The event will,for the first time,include a 5K fun run,which begins at 8 a.m. "With the addition of a 5K run to the Hike for Hospice this year,we are expecting a record-breaking year for the hike,"said Gulfside's president and CEO Linda Ward in a release. The day will also include prizes for both the highest fundraisers and the fastest runners after the walk.The cost for the walk is $25 for adults,$15 for students older than 11 and $5 for those ages 10 and younger.All hikers will get a T-shirt,morning snack and beverages. "Racers and walkers of all ages and abilities,individuals,groups and families are invited to participate in the Hike for Hospice,"Ward said in the release."The goal of the Hike for Hospice is to increase awareness of hospice care in our community during National Hospice Month in November,as well as remember and honor our loved ones." All proceeds from the hike are designated for patients and their families facing life-limiting illnesses in Pasco County,as well as support programs at Gulfside's Hospice Houses and Bereavement Centers.The event has raised more than $250,000 for Gulfside since it began in 2007. For more information or to sign up,visit or call (800) 561-4883. Close to 700 people walked at Gulfside's Hike for Hospice in 2010 at Wesley Chapel District Park. Seen are participants at the start of the event last year. (Photo courtesy of Gulfside)Annual Hike for Hospice event


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Reinhardt said there was never any question about what she had to do."I was scared,but I wasn't going to sit there and watch him burn to death," Reinhardt said."I knew I could help him and had the time to do it before the fire reached the gas tank.I knew it could explode,but I wasn't really thinking about that.I don't really know how to explain it.I just thought if it explodes,at least I'll die trying to save somebody."The Florida Highway Patrol report from the accident states Simmerman crashed into an electric fuse box,hit a tree and then flipped after the Lutz man lost control of his car.He was wearing his seatbelt and alcohol was not involved. Simmerman was trying to crawl out of the passenger side when Reinhardt got to the car.She pulled him out through the window,which had broken out during the wreck. "I got him to the other side of the road and tried to keep him talking so he didn't pass out,"Reinhardt said. Reinhardt has been in a car wreck before,but said she has never seen anything like what she saw that Tuesday night. "To me it was like a movie,"Reinhardt said."It seemed like it took hours,but it probably was only a couple of minutes." To add another element of danger, Reinhardt said the heat from the fire was causing glass and other parts of the car to fly off as if it was sizzling in a frying pan. "That was the most nerve-racking part," Reinhardt said."I was on the phone with the cops,trying to pull him to safety and not get hit with the stuff flying." Reinhardt suffered first and second degree burns on both her hands as a result of patting out fire on Simmerman's arms and legs after she pulled him from the car.She still has to wear bandages to prevent infection. Reinhardt stayed with Simmerman untilHERO,from page 1she saw paramedics arrive.She went with her mother Christine Lawrence to St. Joseph's Hospital-North in Lutz to treat her hands. Reinhardt turned 18 years old less than two weeks before the crash.She lost Medicaid insurance when she turned 18,so her mother sold some jewelry to pay for the treatment. "And that's OK,"Lawrence said."I can replace those things,but I can't replace my daughter.We don't want anything from anyone because of what she did,because God will reward her for what she did." Reinhardt said there isn't a lot of pain because of the burns,but her hands itch a lot and she cannot pick up or touch anything. Despite the temporary pain and money needed to get well,Reinhardt said she would do the same thing again. "That's the way we raised our kids;to always help people if you can,"Lawrence said. "If you have the chance to save someone, you have to try.The thing is,she always tries and act all tough and like she doesn't care about anyone,so sometimes I wondered if this child had a heart,but when it came down to it,she did what a lot of other people wouldn't do.She's my hero." Simmerman broke down several times when Reinhardt visited him in the hospital two days after the crash. "There isn't anything I can say to thank her enough for what she did,"Simmerman said."I get to see my son again because of her." Reinhardt got a call from Simmerman's 4year-old,Michael Jr.,thanking her for what she did. "He said thank you for saving my dad," Reinhardt said.She then added,"It made me feel proud of myself for what I did because he still has his dad.""I was scared, but I wasn't going to sit there and watch him burn to death." Tiffany Reinhardt toward is people coming in and seeing the same provider at the same location,and they really shouldn't see a great change in their services." For additional information on the Hillsborough Health Department,visit or call (813) 307-8000 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.


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