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By Michael [email protected]

The candidates running for Lutz Guv’naspent months with their hands out.

The person who raised the most moneywas declared the winner of the ceremonialtitle, so they were all focused on filling theircoffers throughout their campaigns.

Over the Fourth of July weekend,Jennifer Rankin was declared the winnerand earned the Lutz Guv’na sash. But, thereal winners were announced Oct. 1 atLearning Gate Community School, 16215Hanna Road in Lutz.

After raising more than $18,000 over thecourse of the campaign, it was time to handthat money out to nearly 20 worthy organi-zations.

The funds raised went to local groups,and last week’s event allowed each of themto pick up a check to help them with theirgoals.

For the Lutz Patriots and Support theTroops, that means more care packagesgoing to soldiers overseas.

For the Old Lutz School, it means contin-uing improvements, which includeremodeled bathrooms and a new, lightedflagpole.

And, for the Lutz/Land O’ Lakes Woman’s

Club, it means taking all of their money andhelping out other local groups.

“We always give it away,” said Kay Taylor,president of the GFWC Lutz/Land O’ LakesWoman’s Club. This year the club’s Guv’namoney went to Boy Scout Troop 12 and theOld Lutz School. The club spends much ofthe year raising its own funds to help oth-ers.

Being part of the Lutz Guv’na race is spe-cial for the group and for Taylor, who was aprevious candidate herself.

“It’s a feeling of community. It’s a won-derful thing. You’re just thankful to be partof it,” she said.

The club runs its own Guv’na candidateeach year, and even though KarenSue Molisdidn’t win the title, she was all smiles at thedistribution ceremony and happy to havebeen involved in the fundraising process.

“It was really fun,” she said. “The cama-raderie was great.”

A portion of her funds will go to groupssuch as the Lutz Branch Library, the Old LutzSchool, and Canine Companions, which pro-vides assistance dogs to people in need.

Attendees such as Bruce Hockensmith ofthe Lutz Patriots appreciate the funds theyreceived.

“It’s been phenomenal, the support thatwe continue to get,” he said.

The Lutz Patriots works with Supportthe Troops, and the money will go towardpostage costs to send the care packagesacross the globe, which can run around $55

Local groups benefit from Guv’na cash grab

See GUV’NA, page13A

By Kathy [email protected]

There is trouble on State Road 54 andState Road 56.

Everyone can see the snarled traffic andcongestion on a daily basis, and it is clearthat it will only get worse with time.

“We’re obviously in a growing communi-ty in Tampa Bay,” said Jim Edwards,transportation manager for Pasco’sMetropolitan Planning Organization. “The

dirt is turning in a lot of areas. We all seethat.”

Unprecedented growth along this corri-dor is turning pastures and open fields intobrick-and-mortar shops, offices, businessparks and houses.

More is on the drawing board, or in theminds, of developers who see fiscal oppor-tunities just over the horizon.

On Sept. 24, the MPO kicked off a seriesof public workshops with two separate vol-unteer task forces that will serve as advisory

boards to the MPO. The focus is on improve-ments on State Road 54 and State Road 56corridor from U.S. 19 to Bruce B. DownsBoulevard.

The recommendations from thesegroups will be the basis for updating theMobility 2040 Long Range TransportationPlan.

Each task force is assigned to examinethe corridor in segments, with the East Task

Disabled,but not discouragedBy Michael [email protected]

When Monica Quimby was in college in2006, she wanted to get a degree in molecu-lar biology and to become a successfulathlete.

Then a skiing accident left her paralyzedfrom the waist down. She was in the hospi-tal for nearly five months as she recoveredand tried to adjust to a newer, more difficultway of life.

Many people would have adjusted theirgoals lower. Some might have given up alto-gether. Instead, Quimby got a degree inmolecular biology and became a successfulathlete.

“I think the biggest thing is that eventhough my physical form changed, my per-sonality didn’t,” said Quimby, now 29.

The degree came first.After the accident, she missed only one

semester at the University of NewHampshire, and she was published for dis-covering maternal ancestors of thestrawberry. Quimby received a Bachelor’s of

Science in Molecular, Cellular andDevelopmental Biology and a Master’sDegree in Higher Education.

Now, she lives in Wesley Chapel, andshe teaches an online Anatomy andPhysiology course for Southern Maine

Community College.Those things, in themselves, make for an

impressive resume.But, there’s much more to Quimby’s

story.She competed in her home state’s wheel-

chair pageant and became Ms. WheelchairMaine in 2011. She went on to finish thirdrunner-up for Ms. Wheelchair USA.

Still, something was missing.A natural athlete, she didn’t want her dis-

ability to prevent her from playing sports.She tried kayaking and cycling (using handpedals), but eventually found sledge hockey.

Sledge hockey — also known as sledhockey — is hockey played on a sled, andrequires incredible balance and upper bodystrength. She tried it, and fell. And fell again,more than a dozen times in all. But, sheloved it. Soon, Quimby became a talenteddefender.

And the former Ms. Wheelchair Maine,who once wore a tiara and a sash, discov-ered that she really liked hitting peoplewhile defending the ice.

“It feels so awesome. It’s incredible,” shesaid. “I’m the one that’s smiling after I hityou.”

In just 18 months, Quimby has immersedherself in the game. She plays in local recre-ational leagues, as well as the Florida SledBandits, the state’s elite sledge hockey team.

And if that was the extent of her athletic

Task forces tackle congestion issues

PHOTOS COURTESY OFMONICA QUIMBY

After her skiing acci-dent, Monica Quimbygot a bachelor’s inbiology, a master’s inteaching, and nowteaches an onlinecourse for SouthernMaine CommunityCollege.

Quimby is an adjunct professor, an athletefor the USA Women’s Sledge Hockey Teamand was Ms. Wheelchair Maine in 2011.

See CONGESTION, page13A

See DISABLED, page13A

MICHAEL MURILLO/STAFF PHOTOAs candidates, KarenSue Molis, left, andGuv’na Jennifer Rankin helped raise morethan $18,000 for area groups.

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Woman’s club helps clean up PascoLonna Vizzari and Kumi Skillman, conservation chairs for the GFWC Lutz-Land O’ LakesWoman’s Club, organized a team of club volunteers to assist in the annual Pasco CountyCoastal Cleanup. For many years, this community service organization has been very com-mitted to conservation and environmental issues, donating both funds and numerous volun-teer hours.

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Yoga sessions for babies and adultsBy B.C. [email protected]

The sessions that Eric and Erin Wheelerlead at the New Tampa Regional Library areaimed at creating a safe space where chil-dren and adults can interact, and learntechniques to promote good health.

The couple, who operates Lucky CatYoga, based in Seminole Heights, leads yogasessions throughout Tampa Bay.

At the New Tampa library branch, theylead a half-hour class, once a month.

The class includes baby massage, songsand dance, stretching exercises and otheractivities.

“It’s all about creating community,” ErinWheeler said. “It’s about allowing a safespace for the caregivers to go to be able tomeet other people with children aroundthe same age.

“It’s the same opportunity for the chil-dren — to meet and socialize,” she said.

And, both children and adults get a

chance to learn from each other, sheadded.

It’s not a typical yoga class.“We do song and dance, movement,”

Wheeler said.Most classes attract a mix of people.

Some have been there before, while othersare new to the class.

The class is paid for by The Friends ofthe New Tampa Regional Library, and is of-fered for free to participants.

The class offers children a chance to dosomething interactive and healthy, Wheelersaid.

“It puts them on a track — that a lot ofus didn’t have as children — for optimumhealth and wellness, through this kind of ho-listic art,” she said.

Wheeler said the class also is presentedat the Lutz Branch Library once a month.

To find out when the next class will beat the New Tampa and Lutz libraries, visitthe Tampa-Hillsborough County PublicLibrary system’s website at THPL.org.

STEVEN C. HOLLINGSHEAD/PHOTOSMonika Begdour and her 3½-month-old, Idris, of New Tampa, use the stretch pose as a babymassage.

A group of 26 adults and children do a morning stretch at the beginning of the session. Erinand Eric Wheeler lead the Parent, Baby and Yoga class. Despite its name, the class is intend-ed for babies and their caregivers, whether they are parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles orothers, Erin Wheeler said.

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What’s HappeningWhat’s HappeningLOVE ONE ANOTHER MEALSLove One Another, a faith-based ministry,serves hot meals to those in need everySunday from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m., at thePasco County Nutrition Center, 1385315th St., in Dade City. Various churches andorganizations provide, prepare and servethe food. On the first Sunday of the month,the group celebrates birthdays of friendsand guests. For information or tovolunteer, contact Lucy Avila at (352) 424-4972 or [email protected].

PACA MEETINGThe Pasco Alliance of CommunityAssociations will meet Oct. 8 at 7 p.m., atthe Land O’ Lakes Community Center,5401 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. The guestspeaker will be lobbyist Mark Andersonwho will talk about how legislation affectshomeowner associations. For information,call Ron Litts at (813) 475-4561, or visitMyPACA.org.

‘SEUSSICAL’ IN LUTZThe Acting Studio will open its seasonwith the musical “Seussical,” based on thebooks of Dr. Seuss. Performances will beOct. 9 at 7 p.m., Oct. 10 at 2 p.m. and 7p.m., and Oct. 11 at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.Tickets are $10 and can be purchased atthe door, 122 Flagship Drive in Lutz.Children will be admitted free with thedonation of a nonperishable food donationto Habitat for Humanity. There is a limit ofone free child per paying adult.

JUNIOR WOMAN’S CLUBThe GFWC New Tampa Junior Woman’sClub will have an informational andrecruitment meeting Oct. 8 at 7 p.m., atthe New Tampa Regional Library, 10001Cross Creek Blvd. The club also will host ageneral meeting on Oct. 12 at 6:30 p.m., atSt. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 5338Primrose Lake Circle in New Tampa. Forinformation, visitGFWCNewTampaJunior.org, or [email protected].

BENEFIT CONCERTThere will be a benefit concert for theLeukemia & Lymphoma Society Oct. 9from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., at Beef O’ Brady’sWilderness Lake, 7040 Land O’ Lakes Blvd.,in Land O’ Lakes. Music will be providedby White Moves First, The Skywire Project,Union West, Bar Code and Tangent 45.There also will be a silent auction. Forinformation, call Kathy Hershelman at(813) 417-8897.

STREET ROD NATIONALSThe Florida State Fairgrounds, 4800 U.S. 301N., in Tampa, will host the 28th annual NSRASoutheast Street Rod Nationals Oct. 9 to Oct.11. There will be activities for kids, adultgames, an arts and crafts show, model cardisplay, vintage automobile swap meet, and anondenominational church service. Hours areFriday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., andSunday from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tickets are$15 for adults, $6 for children ages 6 to 12,and free for children younger than 5. Seniorcitizens older than 60, military personnel, UPSemployees and NRSA members can get a $2discount with identification. For information,visit NSRA-USA.com.

LIBRARY BOOK BAZAARThe Hugh Embry Library, 14215 Fourth St.,in Dade City, will host a book bazaar Oct. 9and Oct. 10 from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Therewill be a selection of books, audio andvideo media, magazines, and relatedmaterials available, most for less than $3.For information, call (352) 567-3576.

ROCKAWEEN DANCE BENEFITThe Law Offices of Lucas Magazine willhost a “Rockaween Dance Party” to benefitGulfside Hospice and homeless veteranson Oct. 9 at 7 p.m., at Spartan Manor, 6121Massachusetts Ave., in New Port Richey.There will be food, entertainment by TheSpazmatics, a silent auction and a photobooth. Tickets are $50 per person.Reservations for tables are available. Forinformation, call Yvette Behmer at (727)849-5353.

THEATER MUSICALLive Oak Theatre will present a musicaladaptation of “Around the World in 80Days” on Oct. 9, Oct. 10, Oct. 16 and Oct. 17at Faith Evangelical Presbyterian Church,200 Mount Fair Ave., in Brooksville. Alltickets include coffee, tea and dessert. Forticket prices, call the box office at (352)593-0027.

BIKE FESTThe Cotee River Bike Fest 2015 will beOct. 9 through Oct. 11 at Sims Park indowntown New Port Richey. There will bebands and entertainment, stunt and bikeshows, food, beer and vendors. For acomplete schedule and information, visitCoteeRiverBikeFest.org.

STAR WARS READ DAYThe Lutz Branch Library, 101 W. Lutz LakeFern Road, will host a “Star Wars Read Day”on Oct. 10 at 4 p.m., for all ages. There willbe Star Wars games and crafts. The programis limited to 30 participants. To reserve aseat, check-in at the reference desk after 3p.m. For information, call (813) 273-3652,or visit HCPLC.org.

FALL FAMILY FESTIVALSaint Leo University, 33701 State Road 52 inSt. Leo, will host a “Fall Family Festival” onOct. 10. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., there willbe activity booths, an animal show andpetting zoo, water races, slides, waterspheres and more, and lunch will beavailable for $12. From noon to 2 p.m.,there will be a tour of the classrooms. Forinformation, email Eddie Kenny [email protected]. At 2 p.m.,there will be a volleyball game, and a men’ssoccer game at 7 p.m. The day will finishwith fireworks at 9:30 p.m. Admission forthe fall festival is $5 for adults, $4 forseniors, and free for children 12 andyounger. For information, call Tara Centenoat (352) 588-8359.

SCARECROW FESTIVALThe Pioneer Florida Museum & Village,15602 Pioneer Museum Road in Dade City,will host a “Scarecrow Festival” on Oct. 10from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be apumpkin patch, games, face painting, trainrides, a petting zoo, bounce house, giantslide, obstacle course and a touch-a-truckarea. For $3, kids can dress their ownscarecrow and take it home. Clothes andhay will be provided. Guests can also dressas a scarecrow for a costume contest. Nocoolers or pets, except service animals.Admission is $5. Children 5 and younger arefree. For information, call (352) 567-0262, orvisit PioneerFloridaMuseum.org.

FALL CRAFT FAIRKeystone United Methodist Church, 16301Race Trace Road in Odessa, will have itsannual “Fall Craft Fair” on Oct. 10 from 9a.m. to 2 p.m. The fair will offer a variety ofcrafts, plants, home-baked goods and giftbaskets. Refreshments will be available forpurchase. For information, call (813) 920-5153, or [email protected].

FREE MOVIES AT WATER WORKS PARKWater Works Park, 1710 N. Highland Ave., inTampa, will host free Halloween-theme,family friendly movies. • Oct. 10: “Hotel Transylvania”• Oct. 17: “The Goonies”• Oct. 24: “Frankenweenie”Seating starts at 6 p.m., followed by themovie at 7:30 p.m. Guests can bring picnicbaskets and coolers, blankets, low-back lawnchairs, and well-behaved, leashed dogs.Alcohol will not be allowed. There will beconcessions and a food truck on site. In caseof inclement weather, visit Facebook.comand search for Water Works Park Tampa. Forinformation, call (813) 274-8750.

FIRE STATION OPEN HOUSEZephyrhills Fire Rescue, 38410 Sixth Ave.,will host an open house on Oct. 10 from 10a.m. to 3 p.m., to celebrate the rededicationof Fire Station No. 2. Guests can learn aboutfire prevention and life safety, meetfirefighters and paramedics, volunteers andcadets, tour the fire station and see the firetrucks. There will be an auto extricationdemonstration, and free hot dogs andpopcorn while supplies last. Forinformation, call (813) 780-0041.

COUNTRY JAMThere will be a “Country Jam” at the PascoCounty Fairgrounds, 36722 State Road 52 inDade City, from Oct. 10 at 2 p.m. tomidnight. There also will be vendors andfood. The event will benefit the Pasco

Middle School band. Tickets are $10.Children younger than 8 are free. Forinformation, email Kenny Mathis [email protected].

USF PLANT FESTIVALThe University of South Florida’s BotanicalGardens, 12210 USF Pine Drive in Tampa,will host a “Fall Plant Festival” Oct. 10 from10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Oct. 11 from 10 a.m.to 3 p.m. There will be more than 50vendors, a scarecrow display, children’sactivities, and a vegetable gardeningworkshop. Admission is $5. Childrenyounger than 12 are free. For information,call (813) 974-2329.

CUT-A-THON FOR BREAST CANCERULTA Salon at The Grove, 5953 WesleyGrove Blvd., in Wesley Chapel, will host itsannual cut-a-thon Oct. 11 from 11 a.m. to 6p.m., to raise money for breast cancerresearch. For a $10 minimum donation,guests can choose from a haircut, a singlepink hair extension, or a microzone skinservice. Services are performed on a first-come, first-served basis. For information, call(813) 991-7220.

SENIOR MEAL PROGRAMSt. Elizabeth Episcopal Church ofZephyrhills, 5855 16th St., hosts the PascoCounty Senior Meal Program everyweekday, except holidays. Any PascoCounty resident age 60 and older can meetin the parish hall for a hot lunch at 11:30a.m. There also are card games, bingo andsocializing. The meal site closes at 12:30p.m. To sign up prior to your first visit, call(813) 782-1202. For church information,call (813) 782-1202, or visitStElizabeths.dioswfl.org.

SEW DRESSES FOR AFRICAThe Sisterhood at Congregation Kol Amiwill participate in the sewing program“Little Dresses for Africa” on Oct. 11 at 10a.m., in the boardroom. Volunteers shouldbring a portable sewing machine if theyhave one. Also needed are fabric orpillowcases, thread, trimmings, ¼-inchelastic and bias tape, scissors, pins, iron andironing board. For information or to RSVP,email Sheri Peterson [email protected].

PUMPKIN PATCH PAGEANTThe Rotary Club of Wesley Chapel Noon isaccepting sign-ups for the “Little Miss andMr. Pumpkin Patch Pageant” that will takeplace Oct. 11 at noon. Age groups are 3months to 2 years, 3 to 5 years, and 6 to 8years. There is a $20 entry fee. Allcontestants will receive a goody bag. Forinformation, call Robyn Liska at (813) 949-0291, ext. 5613.

CULTURAL CENTER KIDS’ PROGRAMSThe Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537Lowell Road in Tampa, will host theseupcoming kids’ programs:• Oct. 11 at 2 p.m., “Mr. Tommy’s Very Un-Scary Halloween Special”• Oct. 14 at 10:30 a.m. and 11:45 a.m.,“Bananimagination” with Shana BananaTickets are $7 for members, $8 for generaladmission, and $28 for a family four-pack.For information, call (813) 269-1310, or visitCarrollwoodCenter.org.

ATHLETE TO SPEAK AT SAINT LEOSaint Leo University, 33701 State Road 52 inSt. Leo, will host April Holmes, the 2015NCAA Inspirational Athlete of the Year, for aspecial presentation Oct. 12 at 7 p.m., inthe Student Community CenterGreenfelder-Denlinger Boardrooms. Holmesis a three-time Paralympic medalist andworld record holder. The event is inrecognition of National DisabilityEmployment Awareness Month. Admissionis free. For information, contact PaigeRamsey-Hamacher at (352) 588-8489 [email protected].

SERVICE OF HEALINGGrace Lutheran Church at Carrollwood,3714 W. Linebaugh Ave., will host a “Serviceof Healing” Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. The service isfor individuals currently dealing with illnessand other physical challenges, as well ascaregivers, people who have recentlyexperienced the death of a loved one, andanyone wanting to pray for the mending ofrelationships in their families, communityor nation. There will be a litany of prayers,lighting of candles, silent reflection time,and a laying-on of hands and anointing withoil. For information, call the church at (813)961-8747.

ZEPHYRHILLS ART CLUBThe Zephyrhills Art Club will meet Oct. 13at 7 p.m., at Alice Hall in Zephyr Park onFifth Avenue in Zephyrhills. The guestspeaker will be Ginger Myers of SeriousFun Art Studio in Temple Terrace. Membersare invited to bring a painting for theOctober “Abstract” themed mini show. Forinformation, call (813) 780-8562.

NATIVE PLANT SOCIETYThe Nature Coast Chapter of the FloridaNative Plant Society will meet Oct. 13 at 7p.m., at the Land O’ Lakes CommunityCenter, 5401 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. The guestspeaker will be Jim Moll, Pasco County

Florida Friendly Landscaping Programcoordinator, on the topic of “PlantNomenclature: Who Needs All ThoseStrange Names Anyway?” Light refreshmentswill be served, and there will be a nativeplant drawing. For information, call (727)207-1853

PLAYTIME IN THE PATCHHarvester United Methodist Church, 2432Collier Parkway in Land O’ Lakes, will host a“Playtime in the Patch” for toddlers andpreschoolers on Oct. 13 from 10 a.m. to 11a.m. There will be crafts, coloring, snowcones, games and story time. Parents areinvited to take photographs, too. Forinformation, call (813) 948-2311.

DANNY BURGESS FUNDRAISERThere will be a fundraiser for DannyBurgess, running for State House District38, on Oct. 14 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., atKafe Kokopelli, 37940 Live Oak Ave., inDade City. Special guests include Sen.Wilton Simpson and Will Weatherford. Therewill be hors d’oeuvres and refreshments.No contribution necessary to attend. ToRSVP, email [email protected].

EMBROIDERERS’ GUILDThe Gulfview Chapter of Embroiderers’Guild of America will meet Oct. 14 at 10:30a.m., at Lakeside Club, 12606 Shadow RidgeBlvd., in Hudson. After a short businessmeeting, there will be a class on silk ribbonembroidery. The cost is $10 and open to allskill levels of stitchers. Reservations arerequired. For information, call (727) 389-3376.

LIGHTNING PEP RALLYEat at Joe’s lunchtime concert series willsalute the Tampa Bay Lightning with a peprally on Oct. 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., atJoe Chillura Courthouse Square, at thecorner of Kennedy Boulevard and MorganStreet in downtown Tampa. Guests areinvited to wear Bolts blue and can eitherbring lunch, buy food, or visit an arearestaurant. There also will be food trucks,live music, The Bolt Brigade with alumniplayers, The Lightning Girls andThunderBug, and giveaways. Forinformation, call (813) 635-3500.

PANCAKE POW WOWRosecastle of Zephyrhills, 37411 EilandBlvd., in Zephyrhills, hosts a “Pancake PowWow” every third Thursday of the month,from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The pow wowis an educational series on health topicswith coffee and a continental breakfast.Admission is free and open to the public.For information and to RSVP, call (8913)783-8100.

FALL ORCHID SALEA former orchid business will host a sale tosell surplus plants on Oct. 16 and Oct. 17,from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 33219 MandrakeRoad in Zephyrhills. Plants includePhalaenopsis, cattleyas, dendrobiums andmiscellaneous orchids. Cash or check only.For information, call Betty Burkam at (941)830-3429.

ART EXHIBIT ACCEPTING ENTRIESThe Pasco Fine Arts Council is acceptingentries for the “2015 Art Annual Exhibition”on Oct. 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at its newlocation at 4145 Fairford Drive in New PortRichey. The exhibition will run from Oct. 20to Nov. 20, with a reception on Nov. 13. Allmedia is accepted. One entry per person.The entry fee is $30. Printable entry formsand exhibition rules are available online atPascoArts.org. For information, call (727)845-7322.

VENDORS NEEDED FOR FALL BAZAARThe Lexington Oaks Women’s Club islooking for vendors for its fall fundraisingbazaar scheduled for Oct. 17 from 8 a.m. to1 p.m. The bazaar will be in the LexingtonOaks Community Center, 26304 LexingtonOaks Blvd., in Wesley Chapel. Spaces areavailable for $15. For information andapplications, call Mary Hanchar at (813)746-1405.

RECYCLED YARD ART CONTESTHillsborough County Extension Service andthe Hillsborough County Fair aresponsoring the annual “Recycled Yard ArtContest” to promote environmentalawareness and encourage thereuse/recycling of yard materials. Thecontest is open to all Hillsborough Countyresidents of all ages. Entries must bedelivered to the Hillsborough CountyFairgrounds between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., onOct. 17, or between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Oct.19. For contest rules, entry forms andinformation, contact Lisa Meredith at (813)744-5519, ext. 54146, [email protected].

LEARN WATERCOLORBob McAnespie, member of the NationalWatercolor Society and the FloridaWatercolor Society, will offer watercolorclasses at the Land O’ Lakes RecreationComplex, 3032 Collier Parkway, everyThursday, from 9 a.m. to noon. Beginnersare invited. The cost is $10 per lesson. Therewill be a supply list in the lobby. Forinformation, call (813) 388-2766.

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Starkey Ranch, 2500 Heart PineAve., in Odessa, will host a “FoodTruck Rally” Oct. 10 from 11 a.m. to3 p.m. The event also will includea deejay, carnival games, balloonartists, face painting, contests andprizes, bounce houses, familychalk art challenge, and theFeeding Tampa Bay food truck.Guests are asked to bring acanned good donation for thecommunity’s food banks.

On Oct. 17, there will be a“Doggie Day,” with partner SPCASuncoast, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.,for the grand opening of two newdog parks, Woof-Field Park andBarker Park. Activities will includepet look-alike contests, pet talentshows and pageants, and localpet vendors. For all event details,visit FunForFall.com.

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Speakers present their wish list to lawmakersBy Kathy [email protected]

Speaker after speaker steppedup to the podium to presenttheir request to Pasco County’sstate lawmakers.

They wanted funding to helpa nonprofit.

They wanted lawmakers toput in a good word with statehighway officials.

Or, they wanted their backingfor a special cause.

About 100 people gatheredon Sept. 29 in the gymnasium ofSunlake High School in Land O’Lakes for a public forum, hostedby Pasco’s legislative delegation.

State RepresentativesAmanda Murphy, RichardCorcoran and Danny Burgess,and State Senators John Leggand Wilton Simpson listened fornearly three hours, as about 60representatives of nonprofits,counties and municipalities,civic groups and individual citi-zens talked about the needs intheir communities.

The forum is an annual tradition heldprior to the annual legislative session,which is scheduled to convene on Jan. 12,2016.

Corcoran, a Republican from Land O’Lakes, will hold the powerful position ofSpeaker of the House.

Nearly all of the speakers gave lawmak-ers packets of information detailing specificfunding needs or particular policies theywant the delegation members to support orreject.

Requests covered a broad range of topicsfrom public safety and school construction,to voter registration and smoke-free beachesand parks.

Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco advo-cated for tougher laws to help clamp downon illegal sales of synthetic marijuana.

Current law makes no distinction be-tween the sale of one packet of the illegalsubstance or 1,000 packets, he said.

“We’re not trying to go after the personwith a substance problem,” the sheriff said.“What we’re trying to do is go after the deal-er.”

Nocco also urged lawmakers to addressthe growing problem of terrorist threatsmade via social media including threats to“shoot up” a school or church.

“There is no law in effect where wecan go after them,” Nocco said. But headded, “People make statements and words

have meanings.”Sunlake High School student Mykenzie

Robertson lobbied for a state law to bansmoking at public beaches and parks.Robertson is active with Tobacco FreePartnership of Pasco County and thestatewide Students Working Against Tobacco(SWAT).

“Parks, to me, are a place for healthyrecreation,” she said.

Robertson also joined with Sunlake HighSchool student Ormond Derrick later to talkabout the problem of substance abuseamong young people.

Pasco County Supervisor of ElectionsBrian Corley asked lawmakers to consideradding veteran’s registration cards and gunpermits to the list of approved identificationfor voters.

Corley also advocated for at least someof a voter’s personal information to beshielded from public records laws.

Now, access is open “to anyone andeveryone,” Corley said. He cited a case of aman in New Hampshire who used PascoCounty voter registration data to contactpeople for business purposes.

A handful of voters de-registered as a re-sult of for-profit businesses accessing theirinformation, Corley said. “That’s sad,” he said.“I think you would agree.”

Protecting data also was on the agendafor Pasco County Clerk and ComptrollerPaula O’Neil who talked about the budget

challenges in keeping up with technologyto allow access, but also protect publicrecords.

“About 95 percent of civil filings are elec-tronic,” she said. “And that will soon be 100percent.”

Funding issues are facing Pasco County’sschool district as it tries to keep up with theexplosive growth of new subdivisions, saidPasco School Superintendent KurtBrowning.

New residential development, especiallyalong the State Road 54 corridor throughLand O’ Lakes and Wesley Chapel, is pump-ing up school enrollments.

Sunlake High, for instance, was built for1,800 students. But Browning said, “We ex-ceeded that number. There are very fewschools that don’t exceed what they werebuilt for,” Browning said.

Oakstead Elementary School has 1,200students in a school built for 762 students.

“Where do we put these kids?” Browningsaid. “We put them in portables. We cannotbuild schools fast enough.”

He made a pitch for lawmakers to ap-prove a bill that would give local schoolboards the autonomy to increase existingproperty tax millage by half a mill. Boardmembers would need to approve the in-crease by a super-majority or a unanimousvote, he said.

Pasco County’s Government AffairsOfficer Ralph Lair presented lawmakers

with a list of priority projectsand issues for the coming year,including a state loan for widen-ing State Road 56.

Another issue is funding forthe Coast to Coast ConnectorTrail, which will link Florida’swest and east coasts from St.Petersburg to Titusville. TheFlorida Department ofTransportation will decide whichof two routes will be built for oneof the trail’s segments. One routegoes through northeast Pasco,while another would bypassPasco.

Pasco officials hope to con-vince the state roads departmentto build both routes and create aloop.

“Just have that one on yourradar,” Lair said.

Other speakers includedTimothy Beard, president of thePasco-Hernando State College.Help for a performing arts centerwas among his funding requests.

Brian Anderson advocated forveterans and discussed his non-

profit, Veterans Alternatives, which providesalternative therapies for veterans with PostTraumatic Stress Disorders.

Representatives for Pasco Fine ArtsCouncil, Habitat for Humanity, AMIKidsPasco and the Good Samaritan HealthClinic of Pasco also brought their con-cerns and talked about their programsuccesses.

Peggy Wood of the Florida Federation ofGarden Clubs and Janice Howie of theNature Coast Chapter of Florida Native PlantSociety spoke about environmental issues.

Howie said her organization supportedAmendment 1, a constitutional amendmentapproved by 75 percent of voters to use realestate taxes to purchase land for conserva-tion. In the last legislature, only a fraction ofthe anticipated $700 million was budgetedfor land purchases.

“There is an opportunity to do betterthis year,” said Howie who is conservationchairwoman.

Wood asked lawmakers to oppose a billthat would bypass local control and give thestate sole authority to regulate hydraulicfracturing, often called “fracking,” which is acontroversial method of oil drilling.

At least 15 counties in Florida have ap-proved bans on fracking, Wood said.

Texas has passed a bill that bypasseslocal authority, Wood said. “Now Texas hasfracking, whether they (local government)want it or not.”

KATHY STEELE/STAFF PHOTOSunlake High Band members played the National Anthem at the public forum hosted by Pasco County’s legislativedelegation in the high school gymnasium.

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My father always claimed to be“more southern” than my mother,because he was born farther southof the Mason-Dixon line.

One of the things I observedthrough the years is that muchsouthern cooking doesn’t involveusing a recipe. Instead, it is passeddown, as one cook shows anotherhow to make a dish.

In my family, that’s true of suchthings as collard greens, dumplings,cornbread — and anything that’s fried.

Of course, there’s no such thing asa southern vegetable without includ-ing a ham hock, ham bone or somesalt pork.

Indeed, every part of the hog canfind its way into southern cooking.

My great-grandmother made someof the best “cracklin’ ” (fried pork skin)cornbread you’ve ever tasted, and Icould go on and on with stories aboutour family’s southern culinary delights.

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I am fortunate to have a neighborwho grows collard greens in his back-yard, and every year we have themandatory New Year’s Day meal ofham, collard greens, rice, black-eyedpeas and stewed tomatoes. The collardgreens and black-eyed peas are forluck and money.

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• 4 pounds collard greens (best if cut fresh fromthe garden)

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Rinse your greens several times under coldwater to remove dirt or sand. After cleaning thegreens, remove the leaf from the stem in strips— using your hands or kitchen scissors.

Place collards in Dutch oven and cover withwater. Add sugar.

If all of the greens do not fit, just add moregreens, as they boil down.

Place ham hocks on top and heat water toboiling, and then reduce to simmer.

Cover greens and continue to simmer forabout 1 hour, until greens are tender.

Stir your greens often, and keep sufficientwater level, so all the collards simmer.

About halfway through cooking, add saltand pepper to taste.

Serve with ham, rice and black-eyed peasand cornbread.

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BAYFRONT RIBBON CUTTINGBayfront Health Dade City will welcome

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concerns about falls and to increase physicalactivity, Oct. 12 to Nov. 4. Classes are everyMonday and Wednesday, from 9 a.m. to 11a.m.

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COLON CANCER TUTORIALThe Regional Medical Center of Bayonet

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PASCO AGING NETWORK MEETING

Pasco Aging Network will meet Oct. 14from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., at Villas at Sunset Bay,7423 Kauai Loop in New Port Richey.

Membership in PAN is open to all govern-ment organizations, nonprofit agencies,private agencies, businesses, educational in-stitutions, and individuals committed toimproving the quality and availability of serv-ices to seniors.

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LADIES’ NITE OUTOak Hill Hospital will present a “Ladies’

Nite Out” on Oct. 14 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.,at Silverthorn Country Club, 4550 Golf ClubLane in Brooksville.

There will be massages, makeup demon-strations, chair yoga, a complimentarydinner, and a Q-and-A session with a panel oflocal physicians.

There also will be jewelry for purchase,and a chance to win baskets and otherprizes.

Admission is free. Reservations are re-quired. For information, call (352) 597-6333or (352) 628-6060.

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Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, 7050 GallBlvd., offers these upcoming groups:

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FEEDING PASCO’S ELDERLYFeeding Pasco’s Elderly Inc., will host its

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WOMEN’S HEALTH FORUMOak Hill Hospital will host a sympo-

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Doctors Lauren Juyia and MohammedTabbaa will discuss topics from hormonetherapy to menopause, and everything inbetween. The forum is geared to women ofall ages.

A complimentary dinner will be served.Admission is free. Reservations are re-quired.

For information or to RSVP, call (352)597-6333 or (3521) 628-6060.

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The Medical Center of Trinity, 9330State Road 54, has opened the FloridaLimb Saving Institute in an effort to helppatients heal wounds and avoid amputa-tion.

Most wound care patients at risk forlimb or extremity wounds have diabetesand peripheral arterial disease. They mayalso have coronary artery disease, bloodclotting disorders, bone infection, claudica-tion or hyperlipidemia.

The limb program offer patients a multi-disciplinary team approach to theircondition to help prevent future problems.

To learn more about the Florida LimbSaving Institute, call (727) 834-4450.

RUN FOR LIFE BENEFITRun For Life, to benefit the nonprofit

Zephyrhills Pregnancy Care Center, will beNov. 21. Registration begins at 7 a.m., with

a 5K at 8:30 a.m., and a one-mile fun run at9:15 a.m.

Runners, walkers and virtual runnerswho register by Oct. 25 will get a T-shirt.Registration forms also can be picked up atThe Greater Zephyrhills Chamber ofCommerce office, YMCA or FL RetroflexFitness. Online registration is atPCCZephyrhills.org, which will link you toactive.com.

Sponsorships are available until Oct. 15.All sponsorships include the sponsor’sname on the event T-shirt.

There also will be face painting, livemusic and three raffles.

For information, call (813) 453-9042, oremail [email protected].

BASIC LIFE SUPPORT COURSESPasco-Hernando State College will offer

“Basic Life Support for Health CareProviders” courses throughout the fall term.Sessions will be at the Porter Campus atWiregrass Ranch, the East Campus in DadeCity, the North Campus in Brooksville andthe West Campus in New Port Richey.

The courses are designed to provide avariety of health care professionals with theability to recognize life-threatening emer-gencies, provide CPR and relieve choking ina safe and timely manner. The instruction isdelivered in a variety of in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings.

Students must pass a written exam andskills test to quality for a BLS for HealthCare Providers course completion card.

For cost, dates and locations, and to reg-ister for the four-hour course, contact DallasCrick at (727) 816-3119 [email protected], or visit PHSC.edu/aha.

NEW NAMI CONNECTION GROUPThe National Alliance on Mental Illness

Pasco County now offers a free peer-led re-covery support group for adults living witha psychiatric diagnosis.

The group meets the second and fourthFriday of every month, from 2 p.m. to 3:30p.m., at Atonement Lutheran Church, 29617State Road 54 in Wesley Chapel.

Participants can learn coping skills formental illnesses, learn of others’ experi-ences, identify local resources, and take partin open discussions.

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MS SUPPORT GROUPFirst Christian Church, 6040 Eighth St.,

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Refreshments are served.The group also hosts a social event the

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There could not be a better name thenNew Leaf ChiropracticWellness Center for Dr.Michael Pease.

After 20 years in thetelecommunications busi-ness, Dr. Pease was lookingfor a career change thatwould get him out frombehind a computer tomore face-to-face interac-tion with people.

Although he lived ahealthy lifestyle, eatingmostly healthy foods andexercising regularly, beingat a desk all day longresulted in frequent headaches, neck painand insomnia.

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“I happened to meet a chiropractor ata health screening event,” said Dr. Pease.“I told the doctor about my medical prob-lems, and he said he could help. After justthree months under his care, I saw a 180-degree improvement in my health.”

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Hugh Embry Library• Preschool Storytime, noon every Wednesday• A Matter of Balance – Cares Class, 1 p.m.every Wednesday• Chess Club @ 5PM, 5 p.m. every Wednesday• Watercolor Postcards (Etegami), 6 p.m. Oct. 7• Friends of Hugh Embry Library Used BookBazaar, 11 a.m. Oct. 9 and Oct. 10• Tween Lego Mindstorms EV3 Robots, 4 p.m.on Oct. 13 and Oct. 27• Baby Signing Storytime with Miss Karen, 11:15 a.m. on Oct. 14, Oct. 21 and Oct. 28• SCORE Class: Understanding a FranchiseBusiness, 5:30 p.m. Oct. 14• SHINE’S Medicare Open EnrollmentWorkshop, 11 a.m. Oct. 15• Teen Gaming, 4 p.m. Oct. 15The library is located at 14215 Fourth St., inDade City, and can be reached at (352) 567-3576. It is closed Sundays and Mondays.

New Tampa Regional Library• Baby Time, 10:30 a.m. Oct. 8, Oct. 22• Microsoft Excel: Introduction, 3 p.m. Oct. 8• Teen Time!, 4:30 p.m. every Thursday• Yoga for Well-Being, 6 p.m. on Oct. 8• Mah Jong, 11 a.m. every Friday• Pokemon Leagues, 10 a.m. Oct. 10, Oct. 17and Oct. 31• Sahaja Meditation, 3 p.m. every Saturday• Beginner’s Chess, 2 p.m. every Sunday• Microsoft Excel: Formatting, 3 p.m. Oct. 13• Happy Hearts Yoga for Preschoolers, 3 p.m. Oct. 13• Teen Advisory Board, 6 p.m. Oct. 13• Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles: FloridaLicensing on Wheels, 10 a.m. Oct. 14• Toddler Time, 10:30 a.m. Oct. 14 and Oct. 21• Teen Game Zone, 4:15 p.m. Oct. 14The library is located at 10001 Cross CreekBlvd., Tampa, FL 33647 and can be reached at(813) 273-3652.

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If Woodland Elementaryteacher Bobbi Starlinghad it her way, everychild would have ac-cess to the kinds of

technology her students use.“The technology in my room

does not represent what isschool-wide. The other class-rooms have one iPad for thewhole classroom,” said Starling,who earlier this year was namedone of 100 teachers nationwideas a PBS Digital Innovator.

Woodland Elementary, whichhas an enrollment of roughly1,000, is a Title 1 school, meaningthat it serves children living in anarea with high rates of poverty.

“The PTAs in communitieswith higher socioeconomics pro-vide the equipment the schoolscan’t provide,” said Starling, whohas been able to equip her class-room by securing grants.

She believes technology levelsthe playing field in education.

“I think it’s the great equalizer.They (students) get to experi-ence a lot of things they normallywould not have access to,”Starling said.

“We do virtual field trips,” said Starling,who also was selected by PBS as one of thenation’s 30 lead digital innovators.

Starling incorporates digital tools inevery aspect of her teaching.

In science, for instance, the students useelectronic notebooks as well as traditionalnotebooks.

Her lessons combine instruction fromStarling, as well as information from videosthat play on each student’s computer.

Children wear ear pods, as they listen tothe videos to gather needed information toanswer questions.

And, as they work through the lesson,students record what they’re learning intheir science notebooks.

They cut and paste the old-fashionedway, using scissors to trim worksheets andglue sticks to paste them into their note-books.

They move with ease, from traditional todigital.

Technology gives children access to amuch broader frame of reference than tradi-tional textbooks.

And, when there’s a glitch or a question,Starling is right there to help.

Besides engaging the students in theclassroom at her Zephyrhills school, Starlingalso spends considerable time before andafter school preparing to deliver instruction.

“I try to make it personalized for thekids. I try to figure out what they’re missing

Teacher says technology is ‘great equalizer’

B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTOSFrom left, Kaitlyn Gard, Isabelle Hicks, William Poe and Bryce Beson use traditional and digital tools during a science lesson about adaptation.

and then try to fill those gaps. They’re kindof like Swiss cheese, and I’m trying to fill theholes — and the holes are not the same forevery kid in every subject. They are all sodifferent.

“So, to really try to pinpoint what theyneed and then get something (to fill thegap), takes a long time,” Starling said.

She customizes instruction. Some chil-dren may be reading for one purpose, whileothers are reading for another.

“It depends upon what their goal is, andwhat they are working on at the time andwhat they need,” Starling said.

Besides obtaining grants, Starling’s class-room is involved in a district pilot of anengineering program called “Project Leadthe Way.”

Her selection as a lead digital innovatorby PBS enabled her to attend an all-expensepaid summit in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,where she enjoyed luxurious accommoda-tions and great food, while enhancing herdigital know-how.

She also had the opportunity to attendsome sessions at the International Societyfor Technology in Education conference.And, she has access to premium contentfrom PBS.

For “Project Lead the Way,” Starling wentdown to Florida Gulf Coast University,where she spent a week in the dorms,again, adding to her tech savvy.

Starling is obviously passionate about

her work.Her interest in becoming a teacher dates

back to when she was just age 5.“I had a teacher that I fell in love with in

kindergarten,” she said. “Ijust loved being there.”

She believes that new ed-ucational standards,commonly referred to asCommon Core, benefit bothstudents and teachers.

“I think that it definitelyhelps them (students) to be-come college ready, and Iactually think that it reallyfocuses the instruction (forteachers),” Starling said.

Teachers can look at thestandards children are ex-pected to achieve and planhow they are going to getthem there, she said.

The culture at WoodlandElementary promotes a col-lege education for everychild.

“They go to a differentcollege campus every year,from the time they are inkindergarten,” Starling said.“For a lot of the kids atWoodland, they might bethe first kid in their familyto get to college.”

And, while the teacherbelieves that new educationstandards are beneficial, shealso realizes that the transi-tion may not be easy.

Children beginningkindergarten with the newstandards in place will have

an easier time than fifth-graders who are fac-ing new expectations, she said.

For older students, she said, “not only doyou have to teach that year of standards, butyou have to go back and fill in, and makesure that they’ve got the standards that theymissed before it became Common Core,”Starling said.

Starling applauds the idea of adding stan-dards for speaking, listening andtechnology.

“Most of the jobs that these kids will becompeting for have not even been inventedyet. I definitely think that they need the 21stcentury learning skills. Collaboration isgoing to be big. They’re going to have to bepretty techie,” Starling said.

As a teacher, Starling hopes her studentswill realize “that learning is fun — and thatthey should be lifelong learners, that everyday they should be learning somethingnew.”

She also hopes parents understand thatthey can turn to her if they need help insupporting their child’s education.

“Sometimes, I’m not sure that they’reaware of what’s available, or what’s outthere, or how to help them (their children).

“I guess my message to them would be ifthey needed anything, whether it was re-sources, information or just extra time, that Icould meet with parents and kids one-on-one,” Starling said.

While teachers do not command thekind of salary often enjoyed by those inother professions, Starling has not beentempted to leave teaching.

“The pay is there for me. It’s not mone-tary pay – but the pay you get in changinglives, making kids realize if they can dreamit, they can do it.

“I am excited every day,” Starling said.

Bryce Beson and Bobby Hilton listen to a video through their ear pods during a scienceclass in Bobbi Starling’s class at Woodland Elementary. Starling wishes all children had thesame kind of access to technology as the students in her classroom have.

Bobbi Starling is constantly walking around her room, observing the work that her students are doing andquickly addressing any technical glitches they encounter or questions they have.

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