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There will be items for the home, such as linens, lamps, china, and pots and pans. Big pieces of furniture will be under tents outdoors, and plants will be sold, too, Serio said. There also will be a room called Trinkets and Treasures that will feature higher quality and higher priced items, Serio said. In previous years, the club has had a half- price sale the weekend after the flea market, but has decided not to do so this year, Serio said. Any items that are left over after the flea market will be distributed to a variety of charitable organizations, she said. Putting on the flea market is a big proj- ect, Serio noted. Generally, about 60 club members volun- teer to help receive donations, to sort Our Lady of the Rosary offers low-gluten hosts By B.C. Manion [email protected] A pivotal moment during the celebration of the Catholic Mass occurs during com- munion, when believers come forward to receive the Body of Christ. But some members of Our Lady of the Rosary were choosing to stay in their pews, because they have Celiac disease, which means they cannot ingest gluten, a protein found in wheat. “There are different levels of intolerance to gluten and wheat products,” said the Rev. Ron Aubin, pastor at Our Lady of the Rosary Church at 2348 Collier Parkway in Land O’ Lakes. “Apparently, some people react severe- ly and can be quite sick. So, they bypass the host — receiving the Body of Christ.” When one woman asked if there anything the church could do about it, the church decid- ed to look into the issue. Church doctrine re- quires there be at least a trace of gluten, in order to be considered valid matter for the Eucharist, according to the National Conference of Catholic Bishops. “So, we did a little research and we dis- covered there are low-gluten hosts,” Aubin said. The church is now using low-gluten wafers made by the Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, in Clyde, Missouri. The sisters have been baking communion hosts for generations and spent 10 years working to develop a low-gluten host. The host the sisters produce contains .01 percent gluten. Our Lady of the Rosary began serving the hosts about a month ago. “What we did, was, we have reserved one small part of the church — a small sec- tion. We’re calling that our low-gluten section,” Aubin said. B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTOS The Rev. Ron Aubin displays a silver ciborium and a gold ciborium. The silver one is used to hold the gluten-free communion hosts, and the gold one holds the traditional hosts. By Michael Murillo [email protected] Land O’ Lakes High School has nice foot- ball and baseball fields. But if you go past them, you might see something unusual. Like a barn with livestock, and students training them. “People think we’re crazy,” said sopho- more Augusta Browder. “They think we’re just out there rolling around with them (the animals). They don’t think we’re being seri- ous about it.” But they’re not being crazy; they’re being competitive. The school’s members of Future Farmers of America, now known as the National FFA Organization, are prepping their livestock to be judged along with other animals at the Florida State Fair and Pasco County Fair next month and other competitions throughout the year. Some of the animals stay on school prop- erty. Other students own their animals and have homes that can maintain them, so they live on their land. But wherever they stay, caring for them is hard work. Browder gets up around 5:30 a.m., every morning, to feed her animals at her home, and does it again at the end of the evening. She can’t take extended time off, and she also has to practice with them so they’ll per- form well when the time comes to be judged in categories such as appearance and MICHAEL MURILLO/STAFF PHOTOS Stephanie Dahm, a junior at Land O’ Lakes High School, works with Dixie, a 700-pound heifer at the school’s barn. Dahm and Dixie will compete at the Florida State Fair and Pasco County Fair. Big competition: Students prep livestock for fair judging See MARKET, page9A The host on the left is the traditional communion host, and the one on the right is the low-gluten version. The low-gluten host is chewier and has less taste. New twist to holy wafer See WAFER, page9A See LIVESTOCK, page9A Donations needed for annual market
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The GFWC Lutz-Land O’ Lakes Woman’sClub is putting the word out that it is seek-ing donations for the annual Woman’s ClubFlea Market at the Old Lutz School.

The annual sale is a great way for peopleto clear out closets, attics, garages, patios andsheds — and to help good causes at thesame time, according to Pat Serio, co-chair-woman of the flea market.

While residents can clear some of their

clutter — others can benefit from a bargain,Serio said, noting the items at the flea mar-ket are priced to sell quickly.

“We have the best prices,” Serio said.As always, the flea market will feature a

wide range of goods. There will be items forthe home, such as linens, lamps, china, andpots and pans.

Big pieces of furniture will be undertents outdoors, and plants will be sold, too,Serio said.

There also will be a room called Trinketsand Treasures that will feature higher quality

and higher priced items, Serio said.In previous years, the club has had a half-

price sale the weekend after the fleamarket, but has decided not to do so thisyear, Serio said. Any items that are left overafter the flea market will be distributed to avariety of charitable organizations, she said.

Putting on the flea market is a big proj-ect, Serio noted.

Generally, about 60 club members volun-teer to help receive donations, to sort

Our Lady of the Rosaryoffers low-gluten hostsBy B.C. [email protected]

A pivotal moment during the celebrationof the Catholic Mass occurs during com-munion, when believers come forward toreceive the Body of Christ.

But some members of Our Lady of theRosary were choosing to stay in their pews,because they have Celiac disease, whichmeans they cannot ingest gluten, aprotein found in wheat.

“There are different levelsof intolerance to gluten andwheat products,” said theRev. Ron Aubin, pastor atOur Lady of the RosaryChurch at 2348Collier Parkway inLand O’ Lakes.“Apparently, somepeople react severe-ly and can be quitesick. So, they bypassthe host — receivingthe Body of Christ.”

When one womanasked if there anythingthe church could doabout it, the church decid-ed to look into the issue.

Church doctrine re-quires there be at least atrace of gluten, in orderto be considered validmatter for the Eucharist,according to theNational Conference of

Catholic Bishops.“So, we did a little research and we dis-

covered there are low-gluten hosts,” Aubinsaid.

The church is now using low-glutenwafers made by the Benedictine Sisters ofPerpetual Adoration, in Clyde, Missouri.The sisters have been baking communion

hosts for generations and spent 10 yearsworking to develop a low-gluten host.

The host the sisters produce contains .01percent gluten.

Our Lady of the Rosary began servingthe hosts about a month ago.

“What we did, was, we have reservedone small part of the church — a small sec-tion. We’re calling that our low-glutensection,” Aubin said.

B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTOSThe Rev. Ron Aubin displays a silver ciborium

and a gold ciborium. The silver one is used tohold the gluten-free communion hosts, and

the gold one holds the traditional hosts.

By Michael [email protected]

Land O’ Lakes High School has nice foot-ball and baseball fields. But if you go pastthem, you might see something unusual.

Like a barn with livestock, and studentstraining them.

“People think we’re crazy,” said sopho-more Augusta Browder. “They think we’rejust out there rolling around with them (theanimals). They don’t think we’re being seri-ous about it.”

But they’re not being crazy; they’re beingcompetitive. The school’s members ofFuture Farmers of America, now known asthe National FFA Organization, are preppingtheir livestock to be judged along withother animals at the Florida State Fair andPasco County Fair next month and othercompetitions throughout the year.

Some of the animals stay on school prop-erty. Other students own their animals andhave homes that can maintain them, so theylive on their land.

But wherever they stay, caring for themis hard work.

Browder gets up around 5:30 a.m., everymorning, to feed her animals at her home,and does it again at the end of the evening.She can’t take extended time off, and shealso has to practice with them so they’ll per-form well when the time comes to bejudged in categories such as appearance and

MICHAEL MURILLO/STAFF PHOTOSStephanie Dahm, a junior at Land O’ Lakes High School, works with Dixie, a 700-poundheifer at the school’s barn. Dahm and Dixie will compete at the Florida State Fair and PascoCounty Fair.

Big competition: Students prep livestock for fair judging

See MARKET, page9A

The host on the left is the traditional communion host, and theone on the right is the low-gluten version. The low-gluten host ischewier and has less taste.

New twist to holywafer

See WAFER, page9A

See LIVESTOCK, page9A

Donations needed for annual market

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If you see Charlie Griffiths riding his bi-cycle in Zephyrhills, the 70-year-old mightbe on a little ride just to keep the bloodpumping.

Or he just might be training for a 40Krace.

“Charlie’s always been a cyclist,” said hiswife, Mary Griffiths. The couple actuallymet online a few years ago on a specialwebsite for fitness-conscious singles. NowMary, 63, does a bit of riding herself: Bothof them won cycling medals at the recentFlorida International Senior Games andState Championships in their respectiveage groups.

But while Mary has been more of aswimmer and even did some scuba diving,Charlie is the one who’s always preferredcycling. He joined a racing club at 16 in hisnative Liverpool, England, but had to give itup when family demands came first.

Later in life he got back into riding, andwhen he retired and moved to Florida 10years ago, he saw an advertisement forlocal races. Being in good shape, he decid-ed to join the 55-and-over age group andsigned up for a race.

He finished last.“They just killed me. I couldn’t believe

what level these people were at in that agegroup,” Charlie recalled.

Not being one to back down from achallenge, he kept at it and eventuallyworked his way into the top half of thecompetitors. He began training regularlyand improved his strength and skills. In ad-dition to doing 20K and 40K road races atthe Senior Games, Charlie also tacklesother races, including 100-mile cyclingevents.

As a result, their living room is nowfilled with medals and trophies document-ing his successful return to the sport heloved as a boy. But it’s the other rewardsthat motivate him to keep riding.

“Really, what keeps me going with this,is it’s keeping me from getting old,” Charliesaid. Seventy was old 40 years ago, but Idon’t feel any different.”

While they’ve both found success cy-cling, Mary is quick to point out that it’snot any one activity that holds a secret tofeeling younger. It’s more about findingsomething you like to do and stickingwith it.

“It’s activity,” she said. “Find somethingthat you’re passionate about and you do it.”Some activities lend themselves to groupparticipation, she said. Runners, for exam-ple, often go out together and keep eachother motivated.

Even physical disabilities don’t have tokeep seniors from staying active. TheSenior Games also has competitions for ac-tivities like bean bag tossing and tabletennis. Mary believes that even participat-ing in non-strenuous games, which stillchallenge them mentally, can be good forseniors.

“They’ve got 40 different sports,” shesaid of the Senior Games. “What if youaren’t really physically able? That doesn’tmean you shouldn’t be active.”

And Charlie agrees. He’d love to seemore people out walking around, even in acasual setting. It’s become too common forseniors, and people in general, to settle intoa sedentary lifestyle and miss out on thehealth, social and mental benefits of beingmore active.

“You look around these (communities)where we are here and it’s just incrediblehow people waste away. And some of themare younger than me,” he said. “It’s just away of extending you’re life. That’s the wayI see it. Stay active as long as you can.”

Charlie is encouraged by people whocall him an inspiration, and he enjoys ridingand keeping up with riders many years hisjunior. Neither has any plans to slow downor abandon their active lifestyle, and theyhope people of all ages will find the moti-vation to begin improving their own liveswith a little bit of activity.

“Find a friend, and set an appointmenttime and commit to meeting at that timeevery day and start walking,” Mary advises.“That’s the easiest thing, it doesn’t cost any-thing and if you did it, you don’t knowwhat the next step will be.”

While the benefits can be realized byanyone, Charlie believes a lack of activitycan especially hurt seniors who can’t affordto sit around and watch their golden yearsgo by.

“If you’re used to a lethargic lifestyle,you need to change. When you’re younger,maybe people don’t feel it as badly. But lifeflashes by, and suddenly you are a potato,”he said. “Just get out and do something,whether it be walking, running; make theattempt. Make the effort and you’ll enjoy it.You’ll meet so many interesting people.”

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The Suncoast Arts Fest, Inc., drew arecord crowd at its two-day event at TheShops at Wiregrass in Wesley Chapel.

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The GFWC Lutz-Land O’ Lakes Woman’sClub recently had its annual Arts & Craftscompetition among club members and an-nounced its winners. Some of theprize-winning entries are displayed here.

These entries along with other first placewinners will move on to be judged at dis-trict and state competitions.

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Doris Ramaglia won an award for the scrap-book and for several other categories sheentered.

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Hazel Robles won grand prize, best of show,for her colorful crocheted rug.

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Tax penalties for those without health insuranceBy Mike MatthewSpecial to The Laker / Lutz News

John Tolson, owner of TolsonInsurance, has been in the insurance busi-ness for 25 years. He has seen a lot ofchanges over the years but none as com-plicated and confusing as those caused byObama Care.

The government wantseveryone to be able to affordhealth coverage. They’re evenwilling to subsidize the insur-ance premiums for people withlower incomes. People withminimum wage jobs and noemployer-provided health carecan now afford health insur-ance.

Obama Care has also removed one ofthe biggest headaches for anyone withlong-term health problems, the pre-exist-ing condition. You will now receive cov-erage and care for problems that wouldhave previously been denied by the insur-ance company. This is a major step for-ward.

This new system is not without prob-lems. The application process is oftenconfusing and seemingly contradictory attimes. Insurance agents and companiesare dealing with weekly policy changes.The pool of providers has been reduced.

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He will help you determine whetherit’s better to apply directly to the insur-

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John has lived in the Lutz area for 35years. His father, a licensed broker for 60years, brought him into the business.

“I’m an independent broker,” saysJohn. “This means that Iwork for the client, not aninsurance company. Thisenables me to provide thebest coverage for my clients.”

Open enrollment forhealth care coverage ends onFebruary 15. “If you don’thave health insurance, theIRS may fine you on your taxreturn,” says John. “This plan

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“People also need to understand thatthey won’t be able to sign up anytimethey want,” says John. “They need toapply during the open enrollment period.This policy is meant to prevent peoplefrom applying for insurance when theyhave a health problem.”

The next open enrollment periodwon’t occur until November 15 for cover-age to begin in 2016. The only exceptionis when you’re dropped from a group plan.You have 60 days after being dropped toapply.

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If you’ve ever been curious about howcounty government works, you may be in-terested in taking part in the third PascoCounty Citizens’ Academy.

The program gives people a chance tolearn how the county’s budget is developed,how the public organization is structured,the ins and outs of county departments andthe basic functions of the county’sConstitutional Officers.

The Pasco County Citizens’ Academy isan interactive program that aims to give citi-zens a chance to gain a thoroughunderstanding of the county’s operations.

Elected officials, department directorsand county staff members host informativesessions aimed at giving citizens insightsinto how their government works.

The academy covers a broad array of top-ics. They include:

• An overview of county government• Emergency management• The clerk of the court and controller• Fire Rescue• Supervisor of Elections• Internal Services

• Property appraiser• Libraries• The sheriff’s office• Office of Management and Budget• The school board• Parks and recreation• Tax collector• Planning and development• Building inspections• Public safety and administration• Code enforcement• Public services• Community services• Public works• Development services• UtilitiesBesides giving residents a deep knowl-

edge of local government operations, theacademy also helps develop future volun-teers and members of advisory boards.

The third Pasco County Citizens’Academy is tentatively scheduled to beginon Feb. 26 and run through May 19. The ten-tative schedule is for classes to be held onThursdays, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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Pigz in Z’Hills BBQ & Blues Fest draws record crowdBy B.C. [email protected]

About 8,000 people attended the fifthannual Pigz in Z’Hills BBQ & Blues Fest,breaking another record for the eventfounded in 2010 by the Greater ZephyrhillsChamber of Commerce.

Besides attracting thousands to enjoy thebarbecue and bands, the event on Jan. 17 atthe Zephyrhills Municipal Airport, also lured51 teams to compete to see who makes thebest barbecue. Thirty-nine teams competedat the professional level, and there were 12backyard barbecue teams, according to anews release issued by the chamber.

Figures have not been tallied, but organ-izers estimate the event exceeded last year’sproceeds of $30,000.

The money raised benefits local youthand education programs and communityservices of the Chamber of Commerce.

A crew of more than 100 volunteerspitched in to make the event a success.Many worked the entire week, some arriv-ing at dawn and staying past sunset, to getthings ready for the festival and to take itdown and clean up the grounds.

“Beyond even our own optimistic pro-jections, Pigz in Z’Hills belongs toZephyrhills,” Vonnie Mikkelsen, executivedirector of the chamber, said in an email.

“I’m thrilled by the positive outcome

and so very happy for the volunteers, theparticipants and the community who cametogether to make it happen,” she said.

There were thousands who arrived bycar, and at least 26 private aircraft took ad-vantage of the airport’s “Fly-in” option.

Besides enjoying barbecued foods ofmany styles, spectators had the chance tolisten to music performed by TC Carr &Bolts of Blue, The Lauren Mitchell Band,Doug Deming & The Jewel Tones and ColdIron.

The event venue was larger this year, too,to make room for increased demand forkids’ activities, vendors, a classic car show,and aviation and military history displays.

The Pigz in Z’Hills BBQ competition issanctioned by the Florida BBQ Associationand is a qualifier for three prestigious cham-pionship contests: the Jack Daniel’s WorldChampionship Invitational in Lynchburg -considered the Superbowl of BBQ contests;American Royal World Series of BBQ inKansas City - the world’s largest and oldestcontest; and the Sonny’s Smokin’Showdown Invitational - the FBA’s newestcontest.

Wink’s Barbecue led by Wink Yelvertonof Fort Walton Beach, FL won GrandChampion Professional Division qualifyinghis team for all three prestigious contests.

Peter Golob of Extra Mile BBQ fromLoveland, Ohio took Reserve Champion. Inthe Backyard Division, Bettern Store Bot,Dave Grantham of Bushnell won GrandChampion while Bamboo Warrior, headcook Curley McKenzie of Thonotosassa tookReserve Champion.

Pigz In Z’Hills BBQ & Blues benefits localyouth and education programs and commu-nity services of the Chamber of Commerce.

For more information, please visitZephyrhillsChamber.org, call (813) 782-1913, or go to the chamber’s FacebookPage.

FRED BELLET/PHOTOSWith limited room for dancing, Cindy Crismon of Zephyrhills, center, managed to strut herstuff in the crowd while jamming to the music of The Lauren Mitchell Band. This was her firstPigz In Z'Hills BBQ & Blues Fest. She is a winter resident from Lake Orion, Michigan.

Two of four members of the Silver FoxBarBQ team ready the brisket they pam-pered and cooked for 12 hours over oakwood. Aaron Ward of Ruskin, left, and TedKoogle of Wesley Chapel prepare samplesof the meat. Other team members includedClinton Cruz and James Groff. The team isbased in Wesley Chapel.

Pigz in Z’Hills BBQContest ResultsProfessional DivisionOVERALL• Grand Champion: Wink’s Barbecue• Reserve Champion: Extra Mile Barbecue• Third place: Bull Rush BBQ• Fourth place: Accutech BBQ• Fifth place: Uncle Kenny’s BBQ• Sixth place: Swamp Boys• Seventh place: Hogs Gone Wild BBQ• Eighth place: Hot Wachula’s• Ninth place: Cedar Creek BBQ• Tenth place: Sweet Smoke Q

Backyard DivisionOVERALL• Grand Champion: Bettern Store Bot• Reserve Champion: Bamboo Warrior• Third place: Old School BBQ• Fourth place: Tennessee Smoke• Fifth place: Silver Fox BBQ

People take their seats as Doug Deming & The Jewel Tones take the stage.

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WEEKLY BINGO AT FOP LODGEThe Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 29,21735 YMCA Camp Road in Land O’ Lakes,will host bingo every Tuesday at 6 p.m., forages 18 and older. Doors open at 4 p.m. Thelodge is located at the corner of U.S. 41 andBell Lake Road. For information, call (813)928-2294.

SHERIFF NOCCO RECOGNITIONThe Republican Club of Central Pasco willhonor Sheriff Chris Nocco and the Pasco’Sheriff’s Office for their commitment toprotect and serve our community on Jan.28 at Copperstone Executive Suites, 3632Land O’ Lakes Blvd., in Land O’ Lakes. Therewill be a soapbox social at 6:30 p.m.,followed by a business meeting at 7 p.m.For information, call (813) 996-3011.

ODESSA POW WOWSpirit People Intertribal Family will host aBack to Odessa Pow Wow Jan. 30, Jan. 31and Feb. 1, to honor veterans, at 2317 GunnHighway in Odessa. Gates open each day at10 a.m. There will be storytelling,drumming, dancing, educational events,raffles and a 50/50 drawing. Guests canbring lawn chairs or blankets. Admission is$3 per person. For hours and information,call (727) 856-0405.

OPEN MIC POETRY READINGThe Downtown New Port Richey ArtGallery, 6231 Grand Blvd., will host an openmic poetry reading and a one-act playperformance Jan. 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 8p.m. The Old Time Radio Group willperform a skit by playwright and authorRalph Annan. Refreshments will be served.Admission is free. For information or toRSVP, call (727) 848-6500, or [email protected].

THE BAND ANASTAZJA AT FIRSTCHRISTIANThe Band Anastazja will perform at FirstChristian Church, 6040 Eighth St., inZephyrhills Jan. 30 at 6 p.m. General seatingand doors open at 5 p.m. The family bandhails from upstate New York and entertainswith real life stories and songs. The

instruments include a banjo, mandolin,fiddle, guitar, bass and spoons. Donationswill be accepted at the door.For information, call (813) 782-1071.

MESS FEST AT MOSIThe Museum of Science and Industry, 4801E. Fowler Ave., in Tampa, is hosting “MessFest: A is for Art” on Jan. 31 from 11 a.m. to 3p.m. Guests can launch paint-filled waterballoons at a canvas with a giant slingshot,create spin art by peddling on a bicycle, andlearn how to paint and mix colors to makesplatter art with rubber bands. Forinformation and tickets, visit MOSI.org.

TIPPECANOE PARK-WIDE SALETippecanoe Village’s park-wide sale will beJan. 31 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the cornerof Morris Bridge Road and Chancey Road inZephyrhills. Donuts, coffee and lunch willbe available in the clubhouse.

KUMQUAT FESTIVALDade City’s annual Kumquat Festival will beJan. 31 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., in downtownDade City. There will be a variety ofkumquat treats, family friendlyentertainment, face painting, antique cars,and arts and crafts. Admission is free. Publicparking downtown is free, as well astransportation from satellite parking areas.For information and schedule of events, visitDadeCityChamber.org.

KEYSTONE’S 10TH ANNIVERSARYKeystone Community Church, 21010 StateRoad 54 in Lutz, will celebrate its 10thanniversary with a meet-and-greet Jan. 31from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., and acelebration service Feb. 1 at 10:30 a.m. Bothevents are free. For information, call (813)948-4522, or [email protected].

ACTORS STUDIO OPEN HOUSEVenue Actors Studio, 4989 72nd Ave., N inPinellas Park, will host an open house at itsnew studio Jan. 31 from noon to 2 p.m., forinterested youth participants ages 4 to 18.Guests can learn about various age groupworkshops. Cookies and refreshments willbe available. For information, call CorinneBroskette at (727) 656-8525.

GOODWILL BOOK DRIVEGoodwill’s BookWorks children’s literacyprogram is hosting a book drive Feb. 1through March 15, and asking Hillsboroughand Pasco county residents to donatechildren’s books in good condition. Todonate books, attach a note indicating “ForBookWorks,” and drop them off at anyGoodwill-Suncoast store or donation site.For locations, visit Goodwill-Suncoast.org.

COMMUNITY FUNDRAISERThe City of San Antonio Park in San Antoniowill host a fundraiser to benefit Lewis and

Diane Riggleman of Dade City Feb. 1 fromnoon to 5 p.m. Their home was damaged bysmoke and fire on Dec. 23 and did not havehomeowner’s insurance. The event willinclude live music, food, a silent auction,basket raffle and bounce house. Admission isfree. To donate items or for information, callJoe Clifford at (352) 424-2571.

SUNDAY BICYCLE RIDEEvery Sunday at 8 a.m., riders can meet atPublix in the Shoppes at New Tampa, 1920Bruce B. Downs Blvd., for a 25-mile ridethrough southern Pasco County andnorthern Hillsborough County. The nextride is Feb. 1. Helmets are required. Riderswill keep a speed of 12 mph to 14 mph.The rides are free. For information, call(859) 948-4684.

WOMAN’S CLUB SEEKS FLEA MARKET DONATIONSThe GFWC Lutz-Land O’ Lakes Woman’sClub is looking for donations of clothing,household items, décor and small appliancesfor its annual flea market at the Old LutzSchool. Club members will be availableMonday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to noonat the school starting Feb. 2 to collectdonations. The flea market will be March 6and March 7. For information on donations,call (813) 949-1937 or (813) 948-4752.

MARINE FOREVER GROUP MEETSThe Marine Forever Veterans Group meetsevery Monday at 6:30 p.m., at Beef O’Brady’s, 21539 Village Lakes ShoppingCenter Drive in Land O’ Lakes. All activeduty, retired and veteran marines andspouses are invited. For information, visitMarine4Ever.com.

JEFFERSON COUNTY PICNICThe 63rd Annual Jefferson County Picnicwill be at the Lions Club, 5728 Dean DairyRoad in Zephyrhills Feb. 2 from 10 a.m. to 2p.m. Guests should bring a covered dish toshare and their own beverage. Placesettings will be provided. Activities includeraffles, entertainment and door prizes.Admission is $2 per person. Forinformation, call Jim Dashnaw at (813) 395-6871, or Cheryl Davis at (803) 420-6629.

LOL GARDEN CLUBThe Land O’ Lakes Garden Club will meetFeb. 3 at the Land O’ Lakes CommunityCenter, 5401 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. The guestspeaker will be David Starwderman on thetopic of vegetable gardening. For the timeand information, call (813) 961-2697.

‘Ordinary Days’ musicalSaint Leo University’s drama and music ministry will present the musical “OrdinaryDays” Jan. 28, Jan. 29 and Jan. 30 at 7 p.m.; Jan. 31 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.; and Feb. 1at 2 p.m. The musical, sponsored by A Cup of Organic, is about growing up and en-joying the view. Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for senior citizens ages 60 and older, $5for children 12 and younger, and free for students with a Saint Leo University ID. SaintLeo is located at 33701 State Road 52 in St. Leo. For reservations, call (954) 609-3054,or email [email protected].

Cultural Center hosts Lamb ChopThe Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Road in Tampa, will host Shari Lewis’daughter, Mallory, and Lamb Chop for a celebration of 250 years of American histo-ry on Jan. 30 at 10:30 a.m. The show is for kindergarten through eighth grade.Admission is $7 for members, $8 for general admission, and $28 for a family four-pack. For information and tickets, call (813) 922-8167, or visit CarrollwoodCenter.org.

‘On Golden Pond’The Carrollwood Players will present “On Golden Pond” through Jan. 31, on selectdates, at the Carrollwood Players Theatre, 4333-5 Gunn Highway in Tampa. Doorsopen a half hour prior to the show. Tickets are $20 for adults, and $17 for studentswith ID, seniors and military. For information and show times, [email protected].

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Land O’ Lakes Branch Library• FRC Robotics Team, 4 p.m., Feb. 3, Feb. 5,Feb. 10, Feb. 12 and Feb.17• S.C.O.R.E, - How to Apply for A BusinessLoan, 5:30 p.m., Feb. 3• Anime Club, 6 p.m., Feb. 3• Social Media, 10 a.m., Feb. 4• Alzheimer’s Assn./Caregiver Support, 11a.m., Feb. 4• Social Seniors, 10 a.m., Feb.5• Baby Storytime, 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.,Feb. 5, Feb. 12, Feb. 19 and Feb. 26• Toddler Storytime, 10 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and11 a.m., Feb. 6, Feb. 13 and Feb.27• Preschool Storytime, 11:30 a.m., Feb. 6, Feb.13 and Feb.27• Teen Game Night, 6 p.m., Feb. 6• Popcorn and a Movie, 2 p.m., Feb. 7• Teen Volunteer Training, 5 p.m., Feb. 10 andFeb. 24• Teen Advisory Board, 6 p.m., Feb.10 andFeb. 24• iOS and Ebooks, 10:30 a.m., Feb. 11• Afternoon Movie, 1:15 p.m., Feb. 12• Taste of Sunshine Book Club, 5 p.m., Feb. 11and Feb. 12• Teen Anti-Valentine’s Day Dance, 7 p.m.,Feb. 13• Toddler Time, 10 a.m., Feb. 14• Pre-Teen Gaming, 2 p.m., Feb. 14• Beginning Japanese, 3 p.m., Feb. 14 andFeb. 28The library, at 2818 Collier Parkway, can bereached at (813) 929-1214. It is closedSundays and Mondays.

Austin Davis Public Library• Storytime, 1 p.m., Feb. 2, Feb. 9, Feb. 16 andFeb. 23• Block Party, 3:30 p.m., Feb. 2• Tai Chi with Bonnie Birdsall, 6:15 p.m., Feb. 2,Feb. 9, Feb. 16 and Feb. 23• Baby Time, 11:30 a.m., every Tuesday• Microsoft Excel: Formatting, 3 p.m., Feb. 3• Master Gardener: Camellias, 6:30 p.m., Feb.3• Tech Boulevard, 10:15 a.m., everyWednesday• Wee Artists, 1:15 p.m., every Wednesday• Toddler Time, 10:30 a.m., every Thursday• Toddler Time, 11 a.m., Feb. 5, Feb. 12 andFeb. 19• Book Discussion: The Age of Innocence byEdith Wharton, 1:30 p.m., Feb. 10• Microsoft Excel: Basic Calculations, 3 p.m.,Feb. 10The library is located at 17808 Wayne Roadin Odessa, and can be reached at (813) 273-3652.

Lutz Branch Library• Genealogy – Ports of Entry and Finding theRecords, 12:15 p.m., Feb. 2• Yoga 101 for Adults, 6:15 p.m., Feb. 2.• Story Time, 11:30 p.m., every Tuesday• Knitting at the Depot, 6 p.m., every Tuesday• You Can Manage Diabetes, 3:30 p.m.,every Wednesday• Baby Time, 10:15 a.m., every Wednesday• Toddler Time, 11 a.m., every Wednesday• Chair Yoga for All, 10:30 a.m., Feb. 4• E-Books and E-Readers: An Introduction, 2p.m., Feb.4• Scrapbooking @ The Depot,10 a.m., Feb. 7• Very Valentine Story Time, 11 a.m., Feb. 7• Chess Do It@ the Lutz Library, 1 p.m., Feb. 7and Feb. 21• Master Gardener: Pruning, 6:30 p.m., Feb. 9• Book Discussion: The Language of Flowersby Vanessa Diffenbaugh, 11:30 a.m. and 6:30p.m., Feb. 10• ABCs & 123s of Yoga, 11 a.m., Feb. 11The library, at 101 W. Lutz Lake Fern Road, canbe reached at (813) 273-3652.

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• Tai Chi with Bonnie Birdsall, 1 p.m., everyMonday• Tale Spinners Club 4:30 p.m., every Monday• Family Center on Deafness TelephoneDistribution, 10 a.m., Feb. 3 and Feb. 24• Baby Time, 10 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.,every Tuesday• English Practice @ Conversation Corner, 11a.m., every Tuesday• Art After School, 4 p.m., every Tuesday• Word Introduction, 7 p.m., Feb. 3 • Toddler Time, 10 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 11a.m., every Wednesday• Gallery@ 2902: Meet The Artist Reception, 6p.m., Feb. 4• E-Books and E-Readers: An Introduction, 2p.m., Feb. 5• Teen Advisory Board Meeting, 6 p.m., Feb. 5and Feb. 19• Introduction To Computers, 10:30 a.m., Feb. 6• English Practice @Conversation Corner,10:30 a.m., Feb. 7, Feb. 14, Feb. 21 and Feb. 28• Jump, Jive and Jam!, 10:15 a.m., Feb. 9• Word: Document Formatting, 7 p.m., Feb. 10• Master Gardener: Getting Your GardenReady for Spring, 7 p.m., Feb. 10• Senior Interest Group, 10:30 a.m., Feb. 11• Free Tax Help from AARP Tax-AideFoundation, Noon Feb. 12, Feb. 13, Feb. 19,Feb. 26 and Feb. 27• Mango Languages, 2 p.m., Feb. 12• Block Party, 6 p.m., Feb. 12• Teen Valentine’s Day Masquerade ball, 7p.m., Feb. 14• Word: Paragraph Formatting, 7 p.m., Feb. 17The library, at 2902 W. Bearss Ave., can bereached at (813) 273-3652.

New River Library• Toddler Storytime, 11:15 a.m., everyWednesday• Pre-school Storytime, Noon everyWednesday• CareerSource Bus, 9:15 a.m., Feb. 5 andFeb. 19• Teen Advisory Board, 6 p.m., Feb. 5 and Feb.19• Anime Club, 6:30 p.m., Feb. 5• Free Medicare Help, 11 a.m., every Friday• Basic Computer Class, 2 p.m., Feb. 6• First Saturday Book Club. 11 a.m., Feb. 7• Friends of the Library Meeting, Noon Feb. 7• Senior Social, 2 p.m., Feb. 11• Knitting Club, 6 p.m., Feb. 12 and Feb. 26• Setting Up a Facebook Account, 2 p.m.,Feb. 13• Tween Program TBA, 11 a.m., Feb. 14• Children’s Craft Corner, 2 p.m., Feb. 14• Chocolate Party, 4:30 p.m., Feb. 19• Community Garden Meeting, 6:30 p.m.,Feb. 19The library is located at 34043 State Road 54in Zephyrhills and closed Sundays andMondays. It can be reached at (813) 788-6375.

Hugh Embry Library• Knitting Club at Hugh Embry, Noon Feb. 3and Feb. 17• Hugh Embry Mystery Book DiscussionGroup, 2 p.m., Feb. 3• Tween Lego Club, 4 p.m., every Tuesday• Toddler Storytime, 11:15 a.m., everyWednesday• Preschool Storytime, Noon everyWednesday• Etegami (Watercolor) Arts & Crafts, 6 p.m.,Feb. 4• Teen Anime, 4 p.m., Feb. 5• Kids’ Fun Factory, 2 p.m., Feb. 7• SCORE Free Workshop: How to Create aBusiness Plan, 5:30 p.m., Feb. 11• Friends of Hugh Embry Library Used BookBazaar, 11 a.m., Feb. 13 and Feb. 14• Hugh Embry Book Discussion Group, 2 p.m.,Feb. 17• Tween YuGiOh! Club, 4 p.m., Feb. 18The library, at 14215 Fourth St., in Dade City,can be reached at (352) 567-3576. It isclosed Sundays and Mondays.

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It uses slides on a giant screen to informthose attending its weekend services whereto sit if they would like to receive a low-gluten host.

Anyone is welcome to sit in the section,Aubin said, but those sitting there will receivethe low-gluten host during communion.

Aubin described what it’s like: “It’s a littlesmaller and thinner. It basically has no taste.”

“If you object to that,” the pastor said,“Go to the other line.”

The church also is taking care to avoidany cross-contamination when people drinkfrom the chalice during communion.

“To help us not get them confused, weuse a silver chalice (for the wine) and a sil-

ver ciborium for the low-gluten (hosts),” hesaid. In other sections, the church uses agold chalice and gold ciborium.

Some people are now asking if they canhave a smaller piece of the low-gluten host,Aubin said.

“The low-gluten hosts don’t break easy. Itold the Sacristan to go buy a scissors anddesignate it for only cutting the low-glutenhosts,” he said.

The church wants to encourage partici-pation in the Eucharist. It also wants to be asaccommodating as possible.

“We’re responding,” he said.Members of the congregation appreciate

the effort, he added.“Several people have come out of their

way just to thank me. (They told me) ‘Thankyou for considering us.’”

through them and get ready for the sale.“We also rope in husbands and children

and significant others,” Serio said, with alaugh.

Proceeds from the sale support localcharities and the club’s scholarship fund.

It’s the club’s second largest fundraiser ofthe year, Serio noted. It’s second only to theclub’s annual Arts and Crafts Festival at LakePark.

To prepare for this year’s sale, club mem-bers will accept donations at the Old LutzSchool on Mondays and Wednesday, from 9a.m. to noon, through the month ofFebruary.

Besides helping the club, the flea market

also serves a community need, Serio said.Many people are in the market for afford-able furniture and house goods, she said.

It’s also fun to look through the assort-ment of items that turn up every year at themarket, she added.

The club also can arrange to pick uplarge items, but appointments must bemade, Serio said.

The club is unable to accept large appli-ances or items that are heavy, such as sofasleepers.

For more information about thewoman’s club, visit their website atGFWCLutzLandoLakesWomansClub.org andlike them on their Facebook page.

For more particulars on flea market do-nations, please call Phyllis Hoedt at (813)949-1937 or Pat Serio at (813) 948-4752.

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WAFER, from page 1A

showmanship. She’ll show a heifer and asteer this year, and she has a bull namedBuster that she’s already planning to shownext year.

Actually showing them only comes aftergetting the animals, caring for them andlearning their behaviors and traits. The stu-dents often are showing large animals thatare several times their weight, so developinga strong relationship is important.

“It’s spending time with them. If youdon’t spend time with them, they’re notgoing to do what you want,” said StephanieDahm, who’s showing a 700-pound heifernamed Dixie at the Florida State Fair andPasco County Fair.

While Dahm said that Dixie is a calmheifer with a good demeanor, she still has tospend a lot of time with her. That means atleast an hour or two each day during theweek and then more time on the weekend.

Dahm has shown animals before, andhad a Florida White rabbit that won Best ofBreed at the Florida State Fair and the PascoCounty Fair last year.

The jump to livestock is good practicefor her; she plans to study livestock manage-ment and ranch management when she

goes to college.Browder, who wants to be a large animal

veterinarian, also has a lot of experienceraising and showing animals. And while shewants to win when she competes, it’s theexperience and the friendships that make itworthwhile.

“I actually met one of my best friends atthe Pasco County Fair two years ago,” shesaid. “We all realize that we’re doing this forresponsibility, for leadership, to do some-thing,” she added.

In order to do something special withtheir four-legged partners, they have to prac-tice quite a bit. On many afternoons, FFAmembers will be out with their livestock,going through movements and practicingtechniques. Even if some people at theschool don’t even know they’re out there.

A lot of people at our school, when I saywe have a barn, they’re like ‘We have abarn?’ Not many people know about this,”Browder said.

But for around 30 members of the school’s

FFA program, it’s an important part of theirhigh school experience. They learn how tohandle different animals, they learn time man-agement skills, and they get to spend timewith both schoolmates and show partners.

“I love being out there with my friends,and I love being out there in the ring. Somepeople do sports, and I do cows,” Browdersaid. “I love it.”

Dahm agrees.“There’s something about cows,” she

said.

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Beyond the school’s football and baseball fields, students practice with their animals near the barn for upcoming show competitions at stateand county fairs.

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PHOTO COURTESY OF GFWC LUTZ-LAND O’ LAKES WOMAN’S CLUBVerna Johnson helps out during a recent Flea Market at the Old Lutz School and does a bitof shopping, too. This year it will be from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., on March 6 and March 7 at 18819N. U.S. 41 in Lutz.

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NAMI OFFERS SUPPORTThe Pasco County Chapter of National

Alliance on Mental Illness offers the follow-ing support groups:

Family & Friends Support Meetings forfamily and friends of those with mental ill-ness:

• Atonement Lutheran Church, 29617State Road 54 in Wesley Chapel, first andthird Tuesday of every month, at 7 p.m. This isa new location, starting Feb. 3.

• Medical Center of Trinity West Campus,5637 Marine Parkway in New Port Richey,second and fourth Monday of every month,at 7:30 p.m.

NAMI Connections for those living withmental illness:

• NAMI Pasco Office, 6480 Jallo Plaza,6480 Land O’ Lakes Blvd., in Land O’ Lakes,every Tuesday, at 7 p.m.

• Medical Center of Trinity West Campus,5637 Marine Parkway in New Port Richey,every Wednesday, at 7 p.m.

For information, call (727) 992-9653.

MOBILE HEALTH CARE UNITThe Mobile Medical Unit will be at Our

Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church, 2348Collier Parkway in Land O’ Lakes Jan. 29 from9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Pasco County residents that are uninsuredand/or homeless can receive basic healthcare on the unit at no charge.

The unit offers treatment for a brief ill-ness, high blood pressure and diabetes thatrequire ongoing medical care, temporary in-fections and pain such as dental abscess,wound and derma care, school physicals,pregnancy testing, and some prescriptionvoucher assistance.

School physicals require a Social Security

card and ID for the child and the parent.No drugs are kept on board.Flu shots also are available at no charge.

TOBACCO CESSATION CLASSRegional Medical Center Bayonet Point,

14000 Fivay Road in Hudson, will offer theIQuit tobacco cessation class Jan. 29 at 1 p.m.

Participants can learn the health risks oftobacco use, the benefits of quitting, symp-toms of nicotine withdrawal, and receivenicotine replacement therapy products.

The class is free. To register, call Kadie Kluttz at (813) 929-

1000, ext. 208, or email [email protected].

ACCESS HEALTH LECTUREAccess Health Care, 5350 Spring Hill

Drive in Spring Hill, will offer a lecture on“Weight Reduction: Smart Moves Make ThisHappen” Jan. 29 at 5:15 p.m.

For information, call Dr. Maria Scunziano-Singh at (352) 688-8116.

HEALTH CARE REFORM HELPThe Land O’ Lakes Community Center,

5401 Land O’ Lakes Blvd., will host a freeevent Feb. 2 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., for anyonewho needs to see if they qualify for healthcare assistance.

There will be door prizes and lightsnacks.

For information, call (813) 995-0078.

DIABETES SELF-MANAGEMENTThe Medical Center of Trinity, 9330 State

Road 54 in Trinity, will have a diabetes self-management workshop on Monday morningsat 9 a.m., beginning Feb. 2 through March 9.The workshop is once a week, for six weeks.

The topics covered will include howtechniques to deal with symptoms, appropri-ate exercise, healthy eating, use ofmedication, and working with health careproviders.

For information and reservations, call(727) 834-5630.

HEALTHY EATING WORKSHOPCommunity Aging & Retirement Services

will offer a healthy eating workshop everyMonday at 6 p.m., starting Feb. 2 throughMay 11 at Hudson Wesleyan Church, 7208Terrace Drive.

Participants can learn how to properlybalance the right foods, set realistic goals,and cope with triggers for unhealthy eating.

There also will be tips for making betterselections while food shopping and diningout.

Admission is free. For reservations, callCARES at (727) 862-9291, ext. 2008.

GULFSIDE ORIENTATIONSGulfside Hospice will host orientations

for new volunteers as follows:• Feb. 2 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., at Gulfside

Lutz Thrift Shoppe, 1930 Land O’ LakesBlvd., for shop volunteers.

• Feb. 5 and Feb. 6 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30p.m., at Gulfside’s Center for Hospice Care,5760 Dean Dairy Road in Zephyrhills, forEast Pasco volunteers.

• Feb. 9 and Feb. 10 from 8:30 a.m. to4:30 p.m., at Gulfside’s Bereavement andCommunity Outreach Center, 6230 LafayetteSt., in New Port Richey, for West Pasco volun-teers.

For information, call Kathie Poole at(727) 845-5707 for NPR class, or TraceyThompson at (813) 780-1235 for East andWest orientations.

TUESDAY TUTORIALSThe Heart Institute at Regional Medical

Center Bayonet Point will present a series ofTuesday Tutorials with complimentary lunchat the Rao Musunuru Conference Center,14100 Yosemite Drive in Hudson.

All programs begin at noon.The first tutorial is Feb. 3 on “How to

Prevent Your Own Heart from Attacking You.”The focus will be on primary and second-

ary prevention of coronary heart disease.For information and reservations, call

(727) 869-5498.

ARTHRITIS SEMINAR FEB. 3The Health & Wellness Center at Florida

Hospital Wesley Chapel, 2700 Healing Way,will offer a “Nutrition and ExerciseInterventions for Arthritis” seminar Feb. 3 at6:30 p.m.

Participants can learn how to deal withchronic arthritis through diet and exercise,and find out which foods can reduce inflam-mation and which foods trigger joint pain.

The seminar is free for center members,and $5 for non-members.

For information and reservations, call(813) 929- 5432.

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Paradise Lakes raises $1,000 for hospiceThe residents of Paradise Lakes Resort in Lutz raised $1,000 to support patient care andbereavement services in Pasco County by hosting a Texas Hold’em poker tournamentand bingo tournament. Celebrating the outcome are, from left, Erin Labbe, Gulfside’sspecial events coordinator; Linda Browning, a Gulfside thrift shop manager; and BarbaraHale and MJ McNamara who organized the event.

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The Florida Department of Business andProfessional Regulation and the FloridaInstitute of CPAs are warning Floridians ofthe danger of hiring unlicensed certifiedpublic accountants to assist with their busi-ness financial needs.

In Florida, CPAs are required to have aprofessional license.

“As tax season approaches, manyFloridians are hiring CPAs to prepare their fi-nancial documents,” Department of Businessand Professional Regulation Secretary KenLawson said, in a release. “Unlicensed activi-ty puts Floridians at financial risk andthreatens the livelihood of licensed CPAs.While many accountants and tax profession-als can assist with a variety of financialneeds, only CPAs are licensed by the state toperform specific services.”

Licensed CPAs must meet strict profes-sional and technical requirements mandatedby Florida law to provide advanced finan-cial, business and tax services to theirclients. They are licensed to perform audits,reviews and compilations, as well as expressopinions of financial statements that pro-vide a level of assurance regarding thereliability or fairness of the financial infor-mation at hand. They must also hold a stateprofessional license to use the CPA designa-tion and advertise or represent themselvesas a CPA.

“Unlicensed activity is a serious concernfor the general public, particularly as we

enter tax season,” Deborah Curry, presidentof the Florida Institute of CPAs, said in anews release.

“It is vital to be aware of the benefits ofhiring licensed certified public accountantsand how to verify a CPA license,” Currynoted.

When selecting a CPA, consumers shouldalways verify the professional license withthe state prior to hiring. Licenses can be ver-ified quickly and easily by visitingMyFloridaLicense.com, calling (850) 487-1395, or downloading the free FloridaDepartment of Business and ProfessionalRegulation Mobile app available in theiTunes and Google Play app stores.

Unlicensed activity occurs when an indi-vidual offers to perform or performs servicesthat require a state license and the individualdoes not hold the required license. Floridalaw sets specific rules and guidelines for ob-taining professional licensure and holds thepeople who have met these requirements tohigh professional standards. Floridians areasked to report any suspected unlicensed ac-tivity by emailing [email protected] calling the Unlicensed Activity Hotline at(866) 532-1440.

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The Hillsborough Association for WomenLawyers is Florida’s winner of the 2015Voluntary Bar Association Pro Bono Award.

The award goes to an organization thathas demonstrated a significant contributionin the delivery of legal services to individu-als or groups on a pro bono basis.

The award is expected to be presentedby Florida Supreme Court Justice JorgeLabarga at a ceremony on Jan. 29.

The Hillsborough Association for WomenLawyers has a history of providing pro bonolegal services to people in need in theTampa Bay area.

That history began in 1981, when about20 women lawyers who would meet regu-larly decided to organize into somethingmore substantive than an occasional lunchgathering.

The Hillsborough Association for WomenLawyers was incorporated in 1991, andtoday it has nearly 300 members.

The leadership of the HillsboroughAssociation for Women Lawyers understoodthat a key component to accomplishing itsmission was to encourage members to pro-vide pro bono legal service.

In the past year alone, members of theorganization have volunteered more than

1,800 hours of pro bono service.Two members received special honors

last year for their pro bono work: KarenMeyer Buesing received the Tobias SimonPro Bono Service Award, presented by thechief justice of the Florida Supreme Court,and Laura E. Ward received The Florida Bar’sYoung Lawyers Division Pro Bono ServiceAward.

The organization’s work has included:• Helping Bay Area Legal Services pro-

vide legal assistance to low-incomeresidents in the Tampa Bay area.

• Staffing clinics with the Family FormsClinic, which uses volunteer attorneys tohelp people complete court-approved fami-ly law forms and packets.

• Providing new training materials and atraining video for the Domestic ViolenceAssistance Program.

• Working with Crossroads for FloridaKids Inc., which trains and mentors attor-neys to represent children in dependencycases, and Are You Safe Inc., which helps vic-tims of domestic violence.

In 2014, the association provided assis-tance for a new program, Project H.E.L.P.The project provides services to peoplewho are homeless. Its acronym stands forHomeless Experience Legal Protection.

Women’s lawyer associationwins statewide award

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February 13 & 14 • 6:30 -10PMCalling all lovebirds: take your valentine to Africa or Australia, no passport required! This Valentine’s weekend, adults (ages 21 and up) are invited to the Zoo for Wild At Heart, a uniquedate night in the setting of the Zoo after dark. This entertaining experience features a romantic dinner, cocktails under the stars, up-close animal encounters and fire-side tales of love in the animal kingdom. Reservations are required.

To attract a female, penguin males stretch their heads towards the sky and make ‘trumpeting’ sounds. Tampa Bay guys just have to say, “Let’s go to Wild at Heart.”

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February 13 & 14 • 6:30 -10PMCalling all lovebirds: take your valentine to Africa or Australia, no passport required! This Valentine’s weekend, adults (ages 21 and up) are invited to the Zoo for Wild At Heart, a uniquedate night in the setting of the Zoo after dark. This entertaining experience features a romantic dinner, cocktails under the stars, up-close animal encounters and fire-side tales of love in the animal kingdom. Reservations are required.

To attract a female, penguin males stretch their heads towards the sky and make ‘trumpeting’ sounds. Tampa Bay guys just have to say, “Let’s go to Wild at Heart.”

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MUSTANG MAD DASH FEB. 7The Mustang Mad Dash, a 5K and one-

mile fun run event, will be Feb. 7 at the FirstNational Bank of Pasco, 13315 U.S. 301 inDade City.

The event benefits the Academy at theFarm charter school. Participants are en-couraged to dress up as a character from“Alice In Wonderland” or wear a “mad hat”while they run.

The race begins at 8 a.m. Advanced regis-tration is $35, or $40 after Jan. 30. Forinformation, call (352) 588-9737 or visitFriendsOfTheAcademy.org.

HONEST ABE 5K SCHEDULED FOR FEB. 7

The Fifth Annual Honest Abe 5K Racewill be Feb. 7 at New River Elementary,4710 River Glen Blvd., in Wesley Chapel. Theevent benefits the Boy Scouts of America.

Registration runs from 6:30 a.m. until 7:30a.m. with the race starting at 8 a.m.Sponsorships are also available. For race infor-mation, visit Active.com and search for “HonestAbe.” For sponsorship information, contactMichelle Moreno at [email protected].

3K HEART WALK/RUN FEB. 7The Heart Institute at Regional Medical

Center Bayonet Point will host its 3K RunFor Life and 3K Heart Walk on Feb. 7.Walkers and runners will begin at their con-ference center, 14100 Yosemite Drive inHudson.

Registration begins at 8 a.m., and therun/walk begins at 9 a.m. A reception withmusic and drawings will follow.

For more information, call (727) 869-5500.

GTBFC ACCEPTING ONLINEREGISTRATIONS

The Greater Tampa Bay Football Club

will have online registrations for its upcom-ing spring soccer league until Feb. 28. Theeight-week season runs from March 14through May 9 for boys and girls for U6through U14/15 age groups.

Games are on Saturday mornings at thefields near the Land O’ Lakes RecreationComplex, 3032 Collier Parkway.

The cost is $69-$89 per player depend-ing on age.

For information about GTBFC, contactrecreation director Frank Coorey [email protected].

AVAST GOLF TOURNEY MARCH 14The Amputee Veterans of America

Support Team will host its seventh annualgolf tournament March 14 at Cheval Golfand Country Club, 4312 Cheval Blvd., inLutz.

The event begins with registration at 11a.m., opening ceremonies with a colorguard at noon, and a shotgun start at 1:15p.m.

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Senior Sports is seeking players olderthan 60 for a number of regular co-ed sport-ing events, including Slo-Pitch softball for falland winter competition.

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THURSDAY, JAN. 22Boys’ BasketballMitchell 52, Pasco 33Zephyrhills 67, Sunlake 40Land O’ Lakes 81, Wiregrass Ranch 73Wesley Chapel 69, Gulf 49Plant 83, Steinbrenner 60Girls BasketballSunlake 38, Zephyrhills 23

Steinbrenner 57, Plant 53Wesley Chapel 63, Anclote 45Land O’ Lakes 50, Wiregrass Ranch 40

FRIDAY, JAN. 23Boys’ BasketballSunlake 59, Anclote 49Hudson 76, Wesley Chapel 66Land O’ Lakes 79, Fivay 59Girls BasketballRiver Ridge 58, Pasco 24

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Airing on national televisionThis crowd shot was taken during Saint Leo University’s men’s basketball debut on nationaltelevision. Their Jan. 18 game against the Lynn University Fighting Knights was broadcastby the CBS Sports Network and on NCAA.com. A crowd of 1,275 spectators cheered on theSaint Leo Lions, and the school’s athletics department received a donation of $100,000 fromPeter J. Biscardi of the class of 1970 and his wife, Linda S. Biscardi. The Lions, however,were defeated 62-55.

Land O’ Lakes basketball preps another playoff runBy Michael [email protected]

When the Land O’ Lakes girls’ basketballteam bowed out of the Class 5A playoffs lastyear, they had many reasons to be proud.The Gators were beaten in the state semifi-nals by eventual-champion Southeast HighSchool from Bradenton, and they completedtheir third-straight winning season undercoach Phyllis Crain. Since they had gone far-ther than any girls’ basketball team in schoolhistory, students and fans might wonder ifthey could repeat that success and possiblyclaim a state title this year.

But with the playoffs starting, the coachisn’t focused on anything but the next op-ponent.

“We don’t look any further than we haveto. We look at one game at a time, and wetake it from there,” Crain said. “If you over-look an opponent, they can sneak upbehind you.”

Very few teams have snuck up on LandO’ Lakes this season. They finished their reg-ular season campaign with just three losses,fewer than last year. They ran the table inClass 5A-8 with a perfect 14-0 record. Andaccording to Crain, they enter the postsea-son with even more confidence after lastseason’s accomplishments.

While senior Jhade Hayes has paced theteam as both leading scorer and rebounder,the coach believes it’s the other playersdoing their jobs and playing important rolesthat allow skilled players like Hayes toshine, and the team to succeed in eachgame.

“It’s teamwork, not an individual that’sgoing to win the championship. They reallybelieve in each other,” she said.

The school has good reason to believe inCrain, who has built a strong program in herfour seasons at the helm. After nine seasonsas an assistant at the University of Tampa,she came to Land O’ Lakes High Schoolwanting to create a team that consistentlyhas both experienced players and youngertalent who can contribute and take on lead-ership roles later in their careers. Thisseason’s team has a good mix of returningstarters and reserves (the starting five con-sists of three seniors and two juniors), aswell as newer players who are looking tohelp continue the team’s forward progress.

As a result, Crain believes the team is atleast as good as the one that was one step

away from the state championship game.“I would say as good, and maybe a little

bit better,” Crain said. “We have a little bitmore rebounding presence inside.” A lot ofthat increased presence can be attributed tojunior Gabby Mills, which makes the teammore dangerous when she’s on the court.But as they head to the playoffs, the coachwants to see better team rebounding andtighter defensive play from the Gators.

While Crain has created a perennial con-tender in just a few short years, it’s not heronly goal when it comes to coaching. She’saware that many of her players might not

continue their basketball careers in college,so she wants them to get the most out oftheir high school experience.

“I went into it thinking that I really wantto teach these girls the game of basketball,and I really want to teach them some lifelessons, too,” Crain said. “Don’t get mewrong. We all want to win. But I really thinkit’s an experience.” The coach follows theiracademic progress and believes that learn-ing lessons like not being late to practice,working hard and believing in yourself willhelp them off the court.

But the team is performing well on the

court, too. Another season with more than20 wins is already secured, and another play-off berth is looming. And while Crainbelieves the team has the ability to make an-other deep run, she doesn’t want players tothink about anything but the hard work thatgot them this far, and about the next oppo-nent they face.

“We want to win the district champi-onship. We want to get back to Lakeland(where the state championships will beheld). That’s our main focus,” she said “But todo that, we need to focus on the little thingsand take it game by game,” she said.

FRED BELLET PHOTOLand O’ Lakes coach Phyllis Crain has guided the girls’ basketball team to another season with more than 20 wins. Now she’ll try to guidethem back to the state tournament, where they reached the semifinals last season.

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Members of the Watoto Children’s Choir useddance, song and powerful stories to help sharethe plight of Africa’s vulnerable children dur-

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United States with its tour, entitled “Beautiful Africa: ANew Generation.”

The choir’s fusion of contemporary gospel and tradi-tional African rhythm received a warm reception at VanDyke Church.

African choir performs at Lutz church

FRED BELLET/PHOTOSMembers of the audience in the Van Dyke Church get caught up in the performance, joining along to wave their arms in rhythm with the music.

Watoto team leader Paul Musaali, left, and Charlotte Najjuma flank a poster at the table where anyone who wants to canregister as a Sponsor of Life.

Watoto team leader, Edwinsmith Kigozi, speaks from thestage to the audience in the Van Dyke Church. The perfor-mance was projected live with streaming video images.

Some of the Watoto performers could not resist posing to have their photograph taken for a Florida newspaper.The beat of the drums brings out dancers during a segmentof the Watoto performance at the Van Dyke Church.

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WOMEN-N-CHARGE TO MEETA business women’s group called Women-

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Pasco County Tax Collector Mike Fasano’soffice has raised $60,000 for various charitiesbetween October 2013 and the end of 2104.

During the past 15 months the followingorganizations have received donations and/or partnered with the Pasco County TaxCollector’s Office to provide goods and serv-ices to those in need: The Able Trust, BlindServices Foundation of Florida, PreventBlindness Florida, The Brain and Spinal CordInjury Program, The James Patrick WorkIncentive Program, Florida Association ofCenters for Independent Living, Support OurTroops, Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Drive, Bea Santa to a Senior, Farm Share, The VolunteerWay, Lighthouse for the Blind, GulfsideHospice & Palliative Care, Guardian ad LitemProgram, Sertoma Speech & HearingFoundation, Lifelink/ Donate Life, ARCFlorida – Center for Independence, Pack-a-Sack 4 Kids, AAA Traffic Safety Foundation,Florida Breast Cancer Foundation, Terri’sTears Foundation, Toys 4 Tots and OneCommunity’s Hunger Walk.

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The Central Pasco Chamber ofCommerce is launching a new event thisyear called the 2015 Community FunDay and Business Expo.

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