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You probably know that on November 11th, Americans celebrate Veterans Day to honor the millions of the men and women who have served or are serving in the nation’s armed forces. But did you know the whole story behind the holiday? For starters, you probably didn’t know it wasn’t called Veterans Day, but Armistice Day, to commemorate the truce signed by the allies in Germany in World War 1 on the 11th hour, the 11th day, of the 11th month 1918. The first Armistice Day was celebrated in the U.S. on November 11, 1919. All businesses were suspended for 2 minutes starting at 11:00am, and parades and public gatherings were held to commemorate the occasion. Later, Americans began honoring our unknown soldiers on Armistice Day, the tradition that continues today. At 11:00am every Veterans Day, a
color guard ceremony represents all branches of the military, and the tomb of the unknown soldiers in Arlington National Cemetery. In 1954, President Eisenhower officially changed the name to Veterans Day following a national campaign to have the day honoring all veterans, not just those who served in World War 1, and did you know for seven years Veterans Day was actually celebrated in October? In 1968 Congress moved Veterans Day to the fourth Monday in October so the government employees could enjoy a long weekend. But in 1975, President Gerald Ford returned Veterans Day to November 11 due to the historical significance, and that’s where it sits on a calendar today. Did you know the difference between Memorial
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Liberty Middle School Wins Multiple PTSA Awards
Mr. James Ammirati
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The administration, faculty, and PTSA at Liberty Middle School have always prided them-
selves on excellent service and community engagement. This week, their efforts were officially recognized by the Hillsborough County Council PTA/PTSA. At the 32nd Annual Awards Ceremony on May 13, 2014, Liberty’s principal, Mr. James Ammirati, won the Principal of the Year Award for Hillsborough County Middle Schools. The trophy is being proudly displayed in the school’s front office. As a hands-on administrator and one of 22 members on the school’s PTSA board, Mr. Ammirati reaches out to fami-
lies, holding informative meetings called “Principal’s Chats.” He also contributes to the school newsletter that goes home to every family, promotes hospitality at school events, and fosters a positive school-home relationship that has resulted in successful outcomes for students and increased parent involvement. Mrs. Cassie Hernandez, Media and Reading Specialist at Liberty, won Instructional Person
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Are You Fed Up?
Samantha Taylor Pure Health & Fitness Studios Why do you think that so many women have a hard time asking for help with their weight loss? Some because of pride and for some it’s just sheer frustration from wondering why they can’t figure it out on their own. The most common thing I hear when a client comes to my studio is that they have tried everything and they are not losing weight. It was when they finally realized they couldn’t do it by themselves that they reached out and got help. The question is, why let it get to the point where you have 80 pounds to lose instead of just 30? The sooner you catch it, the easier it is to lose it. I think most women don’t think of searching out for help to lose weight because it seems simple, eat healthier and exercise—a no-brainer, right? But there is a little something called “life” that does tend to get in the way. Life consists of getting caught up with the day-to-day tasks and being pulled from one direction to the next. Unfortunately, it seems that so many put their health and fitness on the back
burner until continually putting it off starts to show up in their clothes not fitting anymore or the scale is a higher number or seeing a picture of themselves. Then they are forced to deal with it. It’s at those moments that most women reach that point and say, “I can’t take this another second! I know I need help, I can’t do this on my own.” It’s that moment of frustration that can actually be your greatest step towards victory—because you are fed up. Actually, being fed up with your current situation can be a good place to be because that is when you are most likely to do something about it. I heard someone say, “You will never change what you tolerate.” That is SO true because if you tolerate it or put up with it, then it will stay the same. So you have to ask yourself, “Am I fed up enough with the results I have had on my own to do something about this?” If so, congratulations, that is a good place to be! I have a free short seminar online for you called “How to Fix Your Metabolism”. Go to this webpage: purehealthstudios.com/freedom. Or if you are really ready to stop being frustrated and start getting results, then I would like to give you a Body Transformation Analysis. I will show you some tips on nutrition, do a short workout, and map out a plan for how you and I together can achieve your goals. Call 813-909-4939.
Dunndeal Writer Visits Cayman Islands Staff writer Anne Childers recently visited the Cayman Islands where she enjoyed the wonderful hospitality of our neighbor to the south. Grand Cayman is a short, direct flight from Tampa. Call your travel agent and plan to visit this charming island of warm people, delicious foods, and of course, dolphins!
Hope Children’s Home Rescuing the Next Generation
Summer vacation; two words every student likes to hear. Sleeping in. No studying. No homework. It is a time of relaxation. Our students are no different. They like this time of year. However, our summer vacation doesn’t last very long. In July, while families are still packing up for vacation travel, our students are packing a backpack for class, ready to get the next year underway. As we prepare for the next school year, there are some things we need desperately: Full School Sponsor: $1500 per year or
$125 per month Partial School Sponsor: One-time or monthly gift (any amount) Sports Team Sponsor: $1500 Team Sponsor or partial sponsor (any amount) Field Trip Sponsor: $1000 per trip Daycare Sponsor: $150 per student Uniform Sponsor: $180 per student Audio/Video Sponsor: $3000 or $150 per student Educational Gift: One-time gift for us to use where needed School Supplies: A detailed list is on our website If you are able to help, you can mail or drop off your donation at Hope Children’s Home, 11415 Hope International Drive, Tampa, FL 33625. Or give online at the website at www.hopechildrenshome.org. If you are unable to give, please pray for our students and staff. We look forward to having a great 2014-2015 school year, and you can be the key.
Patriotic Dance There will be a Patriotic Dance at the Northdale Recreation Center, 15550 Spring Pine Drive, Tampa, FL 33624 on Friday, June 27th from 5:30pm-8:30pm. Optional Dress Code: Red, White & Blue. Music includes swing, big band, roarin’ 20’s, 50’s doo wop, ballroom (foxtrot, cha cha, waltz, rumba, 2-step). Admission: $15 (dinner
included) or $10 (no dinner or bring your own). Free Dance Lesson. RSVP is mandatory for dinner guests. Meet some nice folks & have some fun! There will be dancing & mingling. For more information, contact 813-340-9436 or goodtimesdancesandparties.com. There will bew a professional DJ, Gary Eremita: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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North East Tampa Women in Business Topic: Human Trafficking in the Tampa Bay Area Corporal Alan T. Wilkett with the Pasco Sheriff’s Office has served for 22 years in Public Service and in 2007 received the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award with the Pasco Sheriff’s Office. Corporal Wilkett has also served his community in property crimes, major crimes, cold case, narcotics, child abuse, adminisMonthly Dinner Meeting June 12, 2014 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30pm, Hunt- tration, investigations and has served as ers Green Country Club, 1801 Longwater Chief Deputy, Captain, Commander, Supervisor and Director of Public Safety. Dr., Tampa, FL 33647. He has been canvassing the Tampa Bay Speaker: Alan T. Wilkett, Pasco County Sheriff’s Department, Law Enforcement area speaking about human trafficking to bring awareness to this most heinous crime. and Public Service
“Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead, bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord.” — Ephesians 6:4
Free Seminar by Samantha Taylor Health & Fitness Expert at Nutrition Smart Wesley Chapel. Saturday June 21st at 2pm. “Delicious ways to Eat Bread, Pancakes and Desserts With No Carbs” Samantha Taylor 813-909-4939 • www.PureHealthStudios.com
GFWC Supports Lutz Guv’na Candidate GFWC Lutz-Land O’Lakes Woman’s Club is proud to announce that it is supporting Jay Muffly as their candidate for the annual Lutz Guv’na Campaign. Jay has long served as President of the Lutz Volunteer Fire Dept. (now disbanded) which had served the Lutz Community so well for many decades. The Woman’s Club has scheduled numerous fundraiser events listed below. The public is most welcome and encouraged to attend each of the events in support of candidate Jay Muffly. All proceeds raised in this zany, tongue-in-cheek race for Lutz Guv’na will find its way back to our community in support of various local charities and organizations. For more information on these upcoming events, please contact Woman’s Club 2nd VP Sharon J. Bard at 813-996-4909. The following is the schedule of fundraising events: June 1 (Sun.): Tea/Luncheon at member Edwina Kraemer’s home 2:30 to 4:30pm ($20) June 5 (Thurs.): Luncheon - Lutz Civic Center 10 to 12pm ($6) June 8 (Sun.): Bunco Party at member Aniko Solomonson’s home 2 to 4pm ($5) June 12 (Thurs.): Luncheon - Lutz Civic Center 10 to 12pm ($6) June 19 (Thurs.): Luncheon - Lutz Civic Center 10 to 12pm ($6) June 21 (Sat.): Yard/Garage Sale at member Annette Bellingar’s home 8 to 2pm & Car Wash at the First Baptist Church of Lutz 8 to 12pm June 26 (Thurs): Crock Pot Luncheon at Lutz Civic Center 10 to 12pm ($6) June 27 (Fri.): Spaghetti Dinner at Lutz Civic Center (tentative time) 5 to 7pm ($6) July 4 (Fri.): PARADE, COMMUNITY CELEBRATION & ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEW LUTZ GUV’NA!!!! Held in front of the Lutz Library at the train depot
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Day and Veterans Day? Both of them honor those men and women that served in the military, but Memorial Day honors America’s war dead, while Veterans Day honors all American veterans living and dead. The U.S. census bureau estimates 21 million veterans living in the United States.
More than 16 million of these served in a time of war. 5.5 million served during peacetime only. So this Veterans Day, don’t forget to say thanks to some of the men and women that served our country. http://www.history.com/topics/holidays/veterans-day-facts
For people who are hard of hearing, some of the more difficult places to hear when someone is talking are the acousticallychallenging environments of large indoor spaces like churches. One local church is helping their parishioners hear better. St. Timothy Catholic Church in Lutz is the worship home to thousands of local residents, a number of whom have hearing impairment. Recently the church had two hearing loops installed—one in the day chapel and one in the main sanctuary—to help people who have telecoils (also known as T-coils) in their hearing aids to hear the spoken word much clearer as the sound comes directly into the hearing devices. A hearing loop essentially consists of an antenna that is installed around the perimeter of the room and is connected to the sound system so that any amplified voices can ‘stream’ into hearing aids that have activated T-Coils. St. Timothy is the only Catholic church in Hillsborough County with a hearing loop. A local audiologist, Dr. Judith Reese of JC Au-
diology in Lutz, said many of her patients use their hearing aids in the T-coil mode to hear better in venues like churches. “Large buildings, especially churches, can be acoustically-challenging for people with normal hearing, but especially so for those who have hearing loss,” Dr. Reese says. “In many large venues, the amplified sound reverberates throughout the space, bouncing off metal, glass, and tile.” Now at St. Timothy, when a person using hearing aids is inside a looped area (the main area of the sanctuary or the day chapel), amplified sound will be transmitted directly into their hearing aids. This allows them to hear clearly and better than ever, without the echoes and reverberation that occurs in normally amplified spaces. “It is a wonderful way to accommodate people who might otherwise be at a disadvantage,” Fr. Kenneth Malley, pastor at St. Timothy, said about the hearing loop. For more information on hearing loops or hearing aids with telecoils, contact Dr. Reese at JC Audiology at 813-949-1331.
LifeChoices Women’s Care LifeChoices Women’s Care offers FREE Pregnancy Testing and FREE limited obstetrical Ultrasounds to teens, women, and couples facing an unplanned pregnancy. Appointments are recommended, but not required. Center hours are Mondays from 9:30am – 6:30pm and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30am – 4:00pm. LifeChoices Women’s Care is located at 1527 Dale Mabry Highway, Suite 101, Lutz, FL in the North Fork Professional Center just across from the Super Wal-Mart. Other services LifeChoices offers include: • “Proof of Pregnancy” as required by Medicaid • Monthly “Mommy Support Groups” in English and Spanish
• An educational program called, “Earn While You Learn” • Material support including diapers and clothes • Referrals to other resources LifeChoices Women’s Care is a pregnancy resource medical clinic whose mission is to educate, counsel, and extend compassionate care to those facing unplanned pregnancies. We also promote healing of those suffering from effects of abortion-related trauma and miscarriage. LifeChoices is funded primarily by private donations, is part of the Florida Pregnancy Support Services Program, and is not affiliated with any particular church. For information, call (813) 948-PREG.
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Women-N-Charge Grants The Business Advancement grant, which is for business-related equipment or services, was awarded to Angela Schaberg, owner of 2EliteFitness. Angela offers personal training, fitness classes, and nutrition guidance. The Career Advancement grant, which is for continuing education, was awarded to Angela Gilbert, founder of Building a Foundation. The organization advocates for homeless individuals and On April 4, 2014, Women-N-Charge, families, veterans, and women and chilwhose mission, in part, is to support and dren leaving domestic violence shelter to assist professional women in managing acquire safe and affordable housing. their businesses more effectively, awarded Learn more about Women-N-Charge at two grants. Each spring the organization www.women-n-charge.com. The organizagives two $1,000 grants to deserving wom- tion meets the first Friday of the month at en in business. Both grants were graciously Pebble Creek Country Club in Tampa from sponsored this year by Centennial Bank. 11:30am to 1:15pm.
2014 West Tampa Community Job Fair Save the Date! Date: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Time: 10:00am to 2:00pm Location: Higgins Hall, 5225 N. Himes Avenue, Tampa FL, 33614-6623 Presented by State Representative Janet Cruz. For more information please contact email@example.com or (813) 673-4673.
“This, then, is how you should pray: Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” — Matthew 6:9-10
June 2014 WINNERS!
Women-N-Charge Join the vibrant ladies of Women-NCharge on Friday, June 6th from 11:30am1:15pm at at the Tampa Palms Country Club on Tampa Palms Blvd.. The meeting includes lunch, a feature speaker, and time to network. We share our talents, build relationships, and share our resources with other women in business. The cost is $15 for members (Tuesday before the meeting) and $18 for all guests (and mem-
bers paying Wednesday and after). Please register at www.women-n-charge.com. For more information, please contact Judy by phone at 813-600-9848 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. This meeting features guest speaker Tammy Levent, a business strategist, travel expert, and author, who be speaking on “How to Create Strategic Partnerships to Succeed in this Economy.”
Join the vibrant ladies of Womenn-Charge on Friday, June 27th from 11:30am-1:15pm at Pebble Creek Country Club (10550 Regents Park Dr., Tampa, 33647) in lieu of our July meeting. The meeting includes lunch and extra time to slow network! We share our talents, build relationships,
and share our resources with other women in business. The cost is $15 for members (Tuesday before the meeting) and $18 for all guests (and members paying Wednesday and after). Please register at www. women-n-charge.com. For more information, please contact Judy at 813-600-9848 or email@example.com.
River Of Life Church Sets VBS Date “Vacation Bible School is always a fun time at River of Life Church,” exclaims Rev. Michael Perea, Children’s Pastor of the church which is located at 410 Chapman Road East in Lutz. “We keep the children busy with great fun activities throughout the morning!” The children start their morning at the registration table, then proceed into the main sanctuary where they are greeted by some friendly faces and hugs. When inside, they immediately see cartoons playing on the screen such as Wile E. Coyote and the Roadrunner, Tom and Jerry, Yogi Bear and Boo Boo, Huckleberry Hound, and other familiar cartoons that the kids just love like they are brand new! Then, Marshal Mike, Perea’s Children’s Ministry persona, starts the regular festivities with lessons, puppets, daily challenges, and a movie. This year’s feature is “The Treasure of Eagle Mountain” starring
Willie George and Kenneth Copeland. Forgiveness is the key issue in the movie and throughout the week. The children will learn about different aspects of forgiveness through memory verses and games. During the games, craft time, and even snack time, the teachers will challenge the students about the lesson of the day. Perhaps the one item which the kids look forward to the most is the Wet Day! After the lesson on Friday, the children will have a snack and then go outside to experience and enjoy two age-appropriate water slides! VBS at River of Life is open to children aged 4 through 12 years old. Registration starts at 8:30am every morning from July 7 through July 11. Classes start at 9am and parents retrieve their children promptly at noon. The classes are FREE to all children. Church membership is not required. All children are welcome!
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“The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.” — John 1:14
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Shrink Wrap Your Golf Swing
Rick Bradshaw PGA Professional/GM I recently saw a re-run of Death Wish V starring Charles Bronson. There was a scene near the end of the movie where Bronson hangs a bad guy on a hook in a dry cleaner store and spins the guy around, wrapping him up in clear plastic. I immediately thought of the golf swing. First, the spinning motion reminded me of the pivot, and then the wrapping of plastic made me think of control of the arms and containment of energy. I often teach the golf swing gradually by starting with a chipping and pitching motion. I like to keep my students’ arms close to their bodies for the feeling of limited arm and wrist movement. The chipping and pitching motion is sometimes referred to as the swing in miniature. I could have used that shrink wrapping machine in the movie in some of my lessons to keep the arms out of a chipping stroke. Once I teach my students the feel of keeping the hands forward with the arms close to the body when chipping, I ask them to increase the size of the motion to waist high. Imagine in your mind a figure skater performing pirouette.
One of the most common phrases I use when teaching is “arms together and rotate.” Keeping the arms together is best described as drawing your biceps together in front of you while gripping the golf club in front of you and stretching your arms down to the ball at address. This drawing together of the arms encourages your body to initiate the swing through a pivot versus an independent arm takeaway. This shrink wrapping of your arms and body will help keep your golf swing connected and controlled as if you are turning in a barrel as you swing. Please remember, this is only a visual analogy as the arms do have to swing reactively to the pivoting of your body, but do not lift them away in an effort to help them lift the club on the back swing or hit independently at the golf ball on the through swing. To get the feel of this analogy for a full swing, place a towel under both arms as you swing. This is a great drill to shrink wrap your golf swing so you’ll have control, accuracy, and power in your golf shots. Rick Bradshaw Award-Winning PGA Teaching Professional Dent/Bradshaw Golf School Heritage Isles Golf & Country Club www.tourexperience.com 813-220-8099
Captain Ric’s Fish Tales Reel Simple Fishing Adventures
Keaton Piermatteo with his first redfish, he caught it while fishing with his father and older brother on a guy’s day out adventure.
There was a situation this past week that reminded me of an old saying that I’ve heard throughout the years. “If you’re early, you’re on time, if you’re on time, you’re late, and if you’re late, you’re left.” We sat at the dock for almost 30 minutes waiting on the second half of the fishing crew to show up when the client said to crank it up. Since the guy paying was in the boat, the key got turned. It turned out to be a mistake to have not made the whistle because we had a fantastic day on the water with one of the greatest chess games with a snook I have ever witnessed. It was not a monster snook, we measured her at 36 inches, but one that was big enough to dictate the fight. We were fishing a pass and got hit as we drifted baits with the current. This big girl hit it at the end of the pass and decided to turn the corner and blast down the shoreline. Luckily, I’ve seen this before and fell back on the memory of past mistakes. I told the client to open the bail and take the pressure off the fish as I got the power pole up and the trolling motor on full speed in the direction of the battle.
When we got past the “crime scene” and in a position to put tension on the line, we noticed that the fish had strolled out into the open water and didn’t even realize she was hooked anymore. That changed quickly as we tightened the line. We were now in a better position to play the game, so we didn’t care if the water erupted. The fish put up a good fight, barreling back to the mangroves, but after a couple close calls we got the fish landed for a quick picture and a safe release. That was a fun day with a friend that will be in my memory forever. Flats fishing in general has been good but has slowed down a little with the temperatures getting warmer. We still have not had our bait move onto the grass flats like normal this time of year. Some flats have white bait on them but not all of them. I haven’t done much deep water fishing but have gotten reports that it has been pretty good. I have a few kingfish and tarpon trips in the next few weeks, so my attention will turn to that direction for a bit. I had one question sent in this past month. Arnold T. asked, “What is your pet peeve as a fisherman?” There are a couple, but the one that stands out is when the boat is on the trailer. I hate it when in traffic, the vehicle behind me has to get inches away from my motor. I need that motor to work and cannot afford to have an accidental screw up take me off the water. Very frustrating. Until next time, good luck and be safe on the water. Remember, don’t let your kid be the one that got away, take them fishing. For charter information, you can call by phone at (813) 601-2900. email CaptainRic@msn.com, or visit www.ReelSimpleFishing.com.
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What Does The Fox Say?
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Congratulations, Derrick Brooks, for becoming the third Tampa Bay Buccaneer to get inducted into the prestigious football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Brooks joins other Buccaneers Lee Roy Selmon and his teammate Warren Sapp. All have their bronze bust displayed prominently in the Hall for eternity. Brooks will also join Selmon and Sapp in the exclusive Tampa Bay Buccaneer Ring of Honor. The other members in the ring include coach John McKay, Jimmy Giles, and Paul Gruber. Brooks will be honored and his name in permanent neon lights will be unveiled at a home game at RJS this fall. Brooks lives in Tampa and is active in the community. Congratulations DB 55! June is the lull before the storm when it comes to Tampa Bay Buccaneer football. One Buccaneer Place becomes a sleepy place since all the players and football staff go home, instructed not to come back until July when training camp officially begins. As usual, there is great anticipation and expectation this time of year. There are over 90 players on the roster. Who will make the final cut and who will be asked for their playbook back? Some players will land with other teams to continue to practice their football craft, and many will become
civilians with their dream of becoming an NFL player cut short. What players will give the best chance of winning? That’s a mammoth challenge of the coaching staff and general manager. The Buccaneers were active in free agency and the draft. The jury is still out as to the results of the recruiting class of 2014. I’ve said it before, you really need a roster sheet to tell who’s who with all the new faces including the general manager, head coach, and assistant coaches. There is a brand new scheme and outlook this year. We will all have to take a second look as the uniforms and logo have been changed and updated. A new brand of Tampa Bay Buccaneers football has arrived. The key will be if the newly-assembled team and coaching staff can put together a competitive product and win football games. The ownership, fans, and players are restless, and an extended season and return to the playoffs is the order of the day. The bullseye has to be on the scoreboard with the seconds coming to an end with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers victorious. It has been well over a decade since the Bucs last fought their way to the playoffs. Will this be the year that the team returns to form? Football purists insist that the success of the season ahead lies in training camp as the team installs their offensive and defensive scheme. I’m wondering which players will stand out, make the squad, and make an immediate positive impact on the team. Football and tailgate season are right around the corner. Are you ready? Jeffrey Neil Fox has covered the Tampa Bay Sports scene for over four decades. He owns www.FoxMarketPlace.com and Next Generation Print & Direct Mail. 813-391-2495 JeffreyNeilFox@gmail.com
The Elder Helpline The Elder Helpline provides information for older adults and their caregivers by helping callers make informed decisions about available assistance. It is the starting point in getting connected with programs or services that can meet the needs of the older adult or caregiver. For more information, please contact (800) 96Elder or (800) 963-5337 or www.AgingFlorida.com. The West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation which administers public funds from
the Florida Department of Elder Affairs as well as private grants and donations for senior services in Hillsborough, Polk, Manatee, Highlands, and Hardee Counties. The Agency, mandated by the federal Older Americans Act, exists to promote the independence, dignity, health, and wellbeing of our elder citizens; to plan, fund, and administer a coordinated continuum of services; to facilitate and enhance service delivery; and to advocate for the needs of older Americans.
Elder Abuse Awareness Day Please join us on June 13th, 2014 from 10am-2pm in recognition of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. It only takes one person, one action, one nation, united against elder abuse to make a difference. The event is being held at the University
Area Community Development Center located at 14013 N. 22nd Avenue Tampa, FL 33613. Area community partners will be present to provide information regarding resources within our area to assist vulnerable adults.
Liberty Middle School Wins Spelling Bee
(left to right) Jack Richardson, Tania Sexauer, Catherine Weng, Señora Katie Smith
On May 15, 2014, 16 schools in Hillsborough County participated in the Spanish Spelling Bee held at Roland Park K-8. There were four categories: Beginning Spanish Native, Beginning Spanish Non-Native,
Spanish 1 Native, and Spanish 1 Non-Native. Liberty Middle School students were accompanied by their Spanish teachers, Señora Katie Smith and Señorita Christensen. For Beginning Spanish, Liberty Middle was represented by Tania Sexauer (Native Speaker) and by Jack Richardson (Non-Native). In Spanish 1, Catherine Weng (NonNative) tied for first place this year, and won first last year as well. Lead Spanish Teacher Señora Katie Smith said, “Señorita Christensen and I are incredibly proud of the hard work and dedication that our students put in for this competition. It takes a lot of work to be able to compete outside of the classroom and at the county level against other students who have worked just as hard to get there.”
Liberty Middle School Student Honored Liberty Middle School student Kellyn Trowse was honored as a high-achieving scholar-athlete at the Scholar-Athlete Banquet at Jefferson High School on May 12, 2014. The award is given to students who excel in the classroom as well as in athletics. A star volleyball player, Kellyn is graduating from Liberty Middle with a 4.0 academic average. She will attend Berkley Preparatory School in the fall where she will play volleyball and continue in her studies. Liberty Middle School congratulates Kellyn for a much deserved award!
Kellyn Trowse, right, receiving the Student-Athlete Award
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of the Year for Hillsborough County Middle Schools. A trophy for that honor is also on display in the school’s front office. Of her many duties and responsibilities, the PTSA was especially appreciative of her coordination of the Saturday Success Academy, Saturday morning sessions that helped students sharpen testing skills in a fun and safe environment. Open to all grade and placement levels, Ms. Hernandez arranged bus transportation for those who needed it so that all who wanted to attend could attend. Liberty Middle School was also honored
with the Student Involvement Award, the Acorn Award (for achieving the majority of faculty membership), the Grandparent Silver Membership Award, and the Volunteer Hours Award. PTSA President Jeanine Ernst said, “I have been blessed to be a part of this PTSA board of volunteers who purposefully work with Liberty’s administration and faculty to empower our students to excel in their education. These awards were such an exciting climax to another successful year at Liberty Middle School for us, the volunteers, as well as teachers and administrators.”
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Access the Grace of God Through Faith Ah, yes! The wonderful summer season is now upon us. Last month, we celebrated Mother’s Day, honoring our own mothers, whether living on earth or in heaven. As parents, we fathers celebrated our wives, honoring them as the mothers of our children. This is the month we fathers honor our own fathers and also receive appreciation from our wives and children. It is easy to honor parents who honor God and His word. The best example and heritage that we can leave our children is to be men and women who rightly divide the word of truth (2 Tim. 2:15) and also live by that word every day. The apostle Paul instructed children to “Honor your father and mother... that it may be well with you and you may live long on the earth” (Eph. 6:2, 3). He goes on to instruct the fathers in verse 4, saying, “And you, fathers, do not provoke your children to wrath but bring them up in the training and admonition of the Lord.” I firmly believe that Paul is saying to fathers “Don’t be religiously legalistic. You may turn your children away from walking with the Lord.” It is very important to understand the balance between the law and grace. Paul clearly taught that we should live righteous and holy lives. But the question is, can this sanctified life be achieved by observing the law through sheer willpower, which would be a work of the flesh? Or do we achieve a sanctified life by accessing the grace of God through faith, which would be a fruit of the spirit? Paul weighs in on this topic in Gal. 2:21, saying, “I do not frustrate the grace of God; for if righteousness comes through the law, then Christ died in vain.” He asks
in Gal. 3:3, “Are you so foolish? Having begun in the Spirit, are you being made perfect by the flesh?” The law of Moses contained both the oracles of God and the ordinances of the law. The oracles of God are the Ten Commandments, unchangeable laws of right and wrong. The law also contained 603 ordinances strictly for the Jewish nation. Jesus is the only person who ever kept all of the law. In doing so, He fulfilled the law – and then He abolished the ordinances. Eph. 2:15 says, “having abolished in His flesh the enmity, that is, the law... contained in ordinances.” The Greek word for “abolished” means to render null and void, as though it never existed. Now, as New Testament Christians, we can show our children how to access the power of God that is in His grace, to walk free from sin. Rom. 5:1, 2 says, “Therefore, having been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom also we have access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and rejoice in the hope of the glory of God.” And Rom. 6:14 says, “For sin shall not have dominion over you, for you are not under law but under grace.” Grace is not a license to sin; it is the power of God that, when accessed, empowers us to not sin. Fathers and mothers, let’s bless our children with a heritage of knowing how to walk in the power of the Spirit and not in the weakness of the flesh. Rather than a list of “thou shalt not’s,” let’s show them how – at any point where their own conscience is stirred – they can choose Jesus, choose love, and choose life instead of choosing sin. Dr. Doug Wingate is the President and Founder of Life Christian University with its main campus in Lutz. 813-909-9720 www.lcus.edu
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