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Congratulations to Austin Vinson!

He was selected to the USSSA Florida All-State team for travel baseball. Austin will participate as a member of Team Florida in the inaugural All-State games to be held in Spartanburg, SC on August 3rd-4th. The thirteen-year-old Wesley Chapel native will be entering the 8th grade at Weightman Middle School. Austin was selected to be a USSSA Southwest Florida All-Star.

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Getting Ready for School Pastor Bruce Blagg, LifeQuest

“Get ready for school!� It has been many years since my mom had to wake me up and tell me to get ready for school. I still remember her voice, as if it was yesterday, yelling those words. It was usually because I was still in bed, playing with some toys, or doing almost anything else but getting ready for school. This month, families begin preparing their children to go back to school. This includes clothes to buy, shoes to replace, backpacks and lunch boxes to be purchased, and school supplies to replenish. But most important of all (especially in my house) is getting back on a sleep schedule that adjusts the kids to the newer (and usually earlier) wake-up time.

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CAC-­Florida Medical Centers is Bringing Quality, Full-­Service Healthcare to Tampa CAC-Florida Medical Centers is coming to Tampa in September with two new state-ofthe-art medical facilities, staffed with a team of experienced medical experts. Although new to Tampa, CAC-Florida Medical Centers has been providing quality medical care to Floridians for nearly 50 years, providing patients with first-­ rate healthcare and improved quality of life. Our Medical Care Is Personal We take the time to get to know you and your complete medical history. “At CACFlorida Medical Centers, every one of our primary care physicians, specialists, and our entire medical staff is devoted to providing

our patients with personalized, comprehensive, and quality medical care,” says CEO Mark Kent, FACHE, FACMPE. One-­Place Medical Center Another difference you will find with CAC-Florida Medical Centers is ease and convenience. No more running all over town to see different doctors and specialists. With our “one-place” centers, it’s possible to see your primary care physician, consult with a specialist, get lab work done, fill a prescription, or arrange for it to be delivered at home—all in the same day and in one place. Many centers even have dental offices right

on the premises, as well as vision and optical services. To ensure you never miss an appointment, CAC-Florida Medical Centers will coordinate transportation to approved health plan medical and wellness providers with our fleet of modern and comfortable buses. And to stimulate your body and mind, our Wellness and Activities Centers offer Medicare patients a variety of educational programs, group activities, and games. Disease Management CAC-Florida Medical Centers is committed to helping patients take an active part in managing conditions such as congestive

Keeping Your Cool Was Never Easier Locally owned and operated Action Air Conditioning has served the tri-county Tampa Bay area for over twenty-­five years. Owner David Russell takes pride in providing “consistently fair and honest service” in all areas from new air conditioning sales to maintenance and repairs.” “Our model of service is honesty, integrity, and reliability, it is what we stand for,” he states. Action Air sells only the most energyefficient, environmentally friendly systems guaranteed to lower energy costs, improve air quality, and improve the comfort of your

home. Action Air has been the largest distributor of Trane™ for over a decade. Educating the consumer is important to David Russell and his entire staff of well-trained comfort consultants. We can also show you how to save money by dramatically reducing the amount of energy your home uses when your air conditioning and heating units are properly maintained and serviced. We can assess your needs and give you options on how to improve your air conditioning expenses. “We will come to your home for a free estimate and work with you to determine the

“If we claim to be without sin, we deceive ourselves and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.” — 1 John 1:8-9

Foundation Fighting Blindness Current Mrs. World, April Lufriu, and her 2 children are afflicted with retinitis pigmentosa, a degenerative retinal disease frequently leading to blindness. As the reigning Mrs. World (2012-2013), April’s mission is to make a difference for the visually impaired. April is the national spokesperson for the Foundation Fighting Blindness SM. The foundation’s mission is research for prevention, treatment, and cures for retinal diseases. April organized a casino night to raise funds for this organization on August 10 at the Lion’s Eye Institute, Ybor City, 1410 N. 21st St., Tampa, from 7pm-11pm. Come enjoy Italian dishes, silent auctions, and live music. For more information, see

heart failure and diabetes. We are proud to be the first medical group in South Florida to receive three-year recognition from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) and the American Diabetes Association’s Diabetes Physician Recognition Program, in addition to being certified as a Patient-Centered Medical HomeTM by the NCQA. Opening in September We look forward to getting to know you and have you visit our unique, full-service centers. Call to schedule a tour and attend our grand opening celebrations at (813) 801-1385.

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right fit for your home,” Russell explains. Square footage, air quality, and the number of stories and windows are all factors in determining the correct system for your home or office. Action Air Conditioning can explain the SEER rating and other technical aspects of the systems in terms you will understand. You can even stop by the largest showroom in the Tampa Bay area to see and examine units in the showroom. All Action Air Conditioning installations come with our exclusive 10-year warranty. Action Air Conditioning guarantees AC

repair, service, and maintenance on all makes and models within 24 hours. Phones are answered by trained staff until 9:00pm nightly, and calls coming in after 9:00pm are returned promptly at 7:00am the next morning. Currently, our manufacturers are offering special no-­interest financing for a limited time and up to $1,000 in rebates. Don’t lose your cool this summer, take action with Action Air Conditioning. Visit the showroom at 8926 N. Armenia Avenue in Tampa or call 813-935-6644 for information and to schedule an in-home consultation.

Newcomers of Northwest Hillsborough The Newcomers of Northwest Hillsborough will meet for lunch August 15, 2013 at 11am at the Floridan Palace, 905 North Florida Ave, Tampa, FL 33602. Reservations should be made by Thursday, August 8. Call Madeline at 813-818-0599. The Newcomers of Northwest Hillsborough invites women who would like to form new friendships and get to know the area better to join us. Visit online at

Female Cancer Survivors The Pink Dragon Ladies invite you to “Learn to Paddle “ practice at the Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park, located at 1001 N. Boulevard at the intersection with Cypress St. on any or all of the following dates: Sunday, August 4th and 18th or Saturday, the 10th at 9am. For more information about the team, please go to If you plan to attend, please email

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Why Do We Do This?

Samantha Taylor Pure Health Studios I am always curious why we tolerate certain things in our life that obviously cause pain. I feel like I have been on this lifelong journey of removing things from my life that do. However, there still seems to be lingering ones that I am working on. Thankfully, it’s not an issue with food or weight anymore, but for so many I talk to, it is. I heard someone say, “You will never change what you tolerate.” That is so true! When I overcame my sugar addiction, I had to get to a point where I would not tolerate that issue in my life anymore. For many of you, you are dealing with excess weight, yet the interesting thing I have found after training over 3,000 women is that some people aren’t really connected to the pain in their life the weight causes. And honestly, the ones that are more in tune to the pain do tend to want to do something about it, and the ones that have the attitude, “Well, I have high self-esteem, so me being 60 lbs. overweight doesn’t affect my life in anyway.” Now this is very rare, most women do connect their self-esteem with how they feel about their body, but

after talking to someone that says it doesn’t affect them, I find that is not true. Anyone carrying an extra 60 lbs. on them will have some side effects, and they vary from person to person. Some of them are typically low energy, not feeling good about your body, frustrated that you can’t stick with it, some depression over it, not being able to fit into any of your clothes, having to buy all the “frumpy” stuff that they tend to make these days for women in the plus sizes, or isolation because of not engaging in activities anymore. If you can get more in touch with why you don’t want to be overweight anymore, you can really find your motivation to change. If you don’t do something, how much longer are you going to tolerate this in your life? Where are you going to be in the next 5 to 10 years if you don’t do something now? Taking action is the most critical step to getting started on any journey, just like if you want to drive to Georgia—you have to first get into the car. I encourage you to take some kind of action. It is now August and we have 5 months before 2014, why not start doing something now? If you need some resources, I have a few things for you. You can call me to take action and set up your Body Transformation Analysis at 813-909-4939, or if you have issues with sugar, you can visit

“But if anyone obeys his word, love for God is truly made complete in them. This is how we know we are in him: Whoever claims to live in him must live as Jesus did.” — 1 John 2:5-6

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Warren Sapp Hall of Fame 2013 Article and photography by Jeffrey Neil Fox

Warren Sapp changed the way defensive tackles play the game.

Warren Sapp got inducted into the coveted Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2013 on August 3rd in Canton, Ohio. I remember meeting Warren when he was announced as the number one draft pick for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. At the time, I was publishing the team publication, Buccaneer Magazine. I told Warren that I was the publisher and the first thing he said to me was, “When is my picture going to be on the cover?” I told Warren that he would be on the cover the next issue. I took many photographs of Warren during his career. Sapp wreaked havoc in the backfield of opposing teams. There was no stopping Sapp when he wanted to penetrate the offensive line to get to the quarterback. I remember the vanity plate on Sapp’s car. It said “Quarterback Killer.” One of the lasting memories I have of Warren Sapp is when we walked through the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton Ohio on a private tour together. The Bucs played a preseason game against Pittsburgh that year. During our tour we stopped at the bust of Lee Roy Selmon. I took a photo of Sapp with the bust of Selmon and told Warren that he would be the next Buccaneer to be inducted into the prestigious and exclusive Pro Football Hall of Fame. Little did I know that my prediction would be prophetic and would come to

pass. Selmon now has company in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and Warren Sapp’s bust will be displayed at the Hall prominently throughout the passage of time. Should I predict who the next Tampa Bay Buccaneer will be that will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame? I predict that Derrick Brooks will be the next Buccaneer to get fitted for the jacket and enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. This will be the year for Sapp as he is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame and then the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ prestigious and exclusive Ring of Honor. His name will be a permanent fixture at Raymond James Stadium next to other enshrinees like John Mckay, Lee Roy Selmon, and Jimmy Gilles. Sapp will be in good company. You do need a roster this time of year with all the new faces wearing the Buccaneers uniform. Bucs Coach Greg Schiano and his staff is focused on seeing which players stand up next to the competition set out in training camp. No position is guaranteed, and every player has a chance of chasing his dream of making the roster and playing football under the bright lights of the NFL. I’m looking for new stars and marquee players to endear themselves to the fans. Every season, new players and seasoned players emerge as go-to players. The team gels each day in preparation of the regular NFL season that is now just a few weeks away. I’m looking for our Pewter Pirates to play competitive smashmouth football. The Bucs are due to have an outstanding season. Do I sound like the proverbial optimist? Jeffrey Neil Fox writes a column for the Gazette every issue. He can be reached at, 813-391-2495, or “We put your logo on anything!” Next Generation Print and Mail

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Right Hand Wins Golf School Sales Award Jim Dent/Rick Bradshaw’s Tour Experience Golf School

the right hand and should be held accountable on all charges the right hand receives. • The right shoulder is the force behind the right hand and wants to and does obliterate any chance of the golf club being pulled with great velocity down and through the ball. • The right shoulder is the pushiest of body parts in the golf swing and someone should shut him up. Personal thanks to him for the monetary contribution to my golf school lesson volume. Honorable Mention • The left side of the brain is responsible for us reaching the moon and our worldly successes, but the golf swing is not that complicated! • I truly enjoy teaching articulate left brain analysts as I enjoy their knowledge on various issues, but please refrain from over-thinking, Mr. Left Side of the Brain. Be smart enough to focus on the most important issues—not every detail of the swing all at once. • Once the left side of the brain filters out the unimportant details and focuses on the main factors involved in swinging a golf club, he could cost me lessons.

I recently collected all the data on which body part should receive the National Golf School Sales Award and a trip for two to any island in the world that does not have a golf course. The winner by a landslide was the right hand! Coming in a close second was the right shoulder, and honorable mention was the left side of the brain. The Winner • The right hand wants to take control of the golf swing right from the start through to the finish. • He does not care who he bullies around to achieve control. • Charges have been brought against him for choking the club and squeezing the life out of it. • Murder charges for trying to chop, bludgeon, and kill the ball are ever pending. • Refusal to be a team player and follow the lead of the legs, body, and left side have Rick Bradshaw, Director of Instruction caused grief for thousands of golfers. 2004/2006 North Florida Section PGA The results: thousands of golf lessons for Teacher of the Year teaching professionals and golf schools. 813-220-8099 Close Second • The right shoulder is an accomplice of

Want to take this time to thank you for the Muvico Movie Passes that I won back in December. I finally got to use them and enjoy a movie with my family! We went to see Ironman 3 and we loved it as much as the first two! Thank you again. —Robin King

Local Girl Scout Needs Your Assistance

Girl Scouts isn’t just about cookies. Girl Scouts teaches girls how to be leaders and encourages them to make the world a better place. One way Girl Scouts does this is through the Girl Scouts Gold Award. The Gold Award is earned through a take-action project where girls learn to make a difference. Sarah Lucker is a local Girl Scout from Lutz working on her Gold Award Project. When the recent tornadoes hit two elementary schools in Oklahoma, Sarah knew she needed to help the students there. She contacted a guidance counselor in Moore, Oklahoma and asked how she could help. The result is the following list of items which she is collecting to send to Oklahoma: • Over-the-ear headphones • Tissues • Scissors (round and shape ended) • Colored markers (thin and wide)

• Recess games (cards, board games, etc. ages 5-11) • Clorox wipes • Baggies (gallon size) • Paint sets and brushes • Play-Doh Several local businesses are supporting her by sponsoring drop boxes to collect the donations. You can help by dropping off a donation to any of these businesses from August 1st through August 22nd. • Brunchie’s (14366 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Tampa 33618) • Sam Ash Music (13133 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Tampa, FL ) • PDQ Restaurant (12650 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Tampa, FL 33618) • Pak Mail (4522 West Village Drive, Tampa, FL 33624) • Old McMicky’s Farm (9612 Crescent Drive, Odessa, FL 33556) Donated items will be shipped to Oklahoma just in time for the classrooms as the students return back to school at the end of August. Air Doctor Air Conditioning will donate the shipping of all donated items. Sarah is learning that through her leadership and the generous support of her community that making a difference in the world is important and is the right thing to do.

Magnolia Manor Assisted Living, Inc. Barbara Keithly, Owner “I had a long, successful history of advertising with Dunndeal Publications for a prior business, so when I began plans for opening Magnolia Manor Assisted Living, I immediately called Dunndeal to put an advertising campaign in place. As soon as the papers are circulated each month, my phones ring non-stop. It is not unusual to receive forty calls a day. The calls are from prospective clients, prospective employees, and other businesses seeking to network and share resources. Dunndeal covers all my advertising needs and makes a tangible difference in my business success!”

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Women-N-Charge Join the vibrant ladies of Women-N-Charge on Friday, August 2nd from 11:30am-1:00pm at Pebble Creek Country Club (10550 Regents Park Dr., Tampa, 33647). 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 members paying Wednesday and after). Please register at For more information, please contact Judy at 813-600-9848 or This meeting features Barbara J. Dandro, who will be speaking about Time Strategies as well as the Formula for Success.

TLP 3rd Annual Clay Shoot The TLP 3rd Annual Clay Fudd-Rucking Shoot will be presented by TLP Gives on Saturday, October 12, 2013, 12pm-6pm at Tampa Bay Sporting Clays, located at 10514 Ehren Cutoff, Land O’Lakes, FL 34639. For more information, contact Ray Frazier at or 813-948-3741. The cost for Individual shooters is $150 and for teams of 4 is $600. Sponsorships are available. Gun rentals are also available for $15, ammo is available for purchase (12 gauge 2 ¾) at $10/box, and mulligans are available for $30/pair. Schedule: 12pm – BBQ lunch provided by Hungry Harry’s 2pm – Tournament begins 5:30pm – Awards presentation and drawing Register today! Benefiting local charities. Check online at

Congratulations to Austin Vinson! From Page 1 Of those all-stars, only a few were selected to try out for the Florida All-State team in Kissimmee on July 13th. With the amount of elite baseball players from Florida, this is quite an honor to be selected. He currently plays for the New Tampa Tornadoes, led by manager Cregg Peterson.

Are You A Korean Vet? The US Department of Defense wishes to award every U.S. Korean veteran a certificate of appreciation as part of its 60th Anniversary Commemoration of the ending of the Korean War. Its criteria for eligibility is purposely broad. You may apply for this appreciation certificate if you served in any branch of the US military (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, or Coast Guard) between June 25, 1950 through the armistice on July 27, 1953. You are eligible whether or not you were physically in Korea during this time. Families of deceased Korean veterans may apply on their behalf. Many vets are unaware of this offer and/ or do not know how to apply. The American Legion Post 147 in Odessa is volunteering to help any vet obtain the certificate and receive it at a free banquet later this

fall. You DO NOT need to be a member of Post 147 to get your certificate through us. Here are two ways you can get all the information needed: A. (Preferred Method) Send an email to and give your name and phone number. We will email you all the info. B. No email? Then send a letter or postcard to Korean Certificate, Am Legion 147, P.O. Box 937, Odessa, FL 33556 and give your name, phone number, and postal mailing address. We will mail you the information. It is really important that vets do this as soon as possible, as the volunteers who process these applications and the people planning the banquet need to know how many people to expect.

May the Lord greatly Bless you & your organization. I am Dr. Frank J Badala. I’d like to thank you personally for the prizes my staff & I received over the year for participating in your contests. My staff enjoyed the movie tickets & zoo tickets. I got to take my kids to Arigato Steak House. It was fantastic! Good food, great entertainment. Thank you & God bless Dundeel Publications. —With Purpose, Dr. Frank J Badala, DC

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A Different Path for a College Graduate The summer before my senior year in college, I was at the pinnacle of my academic success. I had a great social life and future ahead of me, but I wasn’t quite fulfilled. I finally realized I was missing an integral part of life and I acted on it by calling out to God. My relationship with Christ since then has been the greatest love story I have ever witnessed. While encountering the joy of Christ’s love, my desire to share it increased a hundredfold! As a young Christian, I feel called to reach out to those in the same spiritual starvation that I experienced. I want college students to know that there is more to life than what the world offers. My name is Cassie Llano and I will spend the next few years as a missionary on college campuses around the U.S. Some ask “Why college students in the U.S?” The college campus is where most people make the decisions that will impact the rest of their life: what career field they go into, who they will marry, and what they decide

to dedicate their hearts to. The American college is where future world leaders gather to learn before they graduate and head off to influence the rest of the world. There, the energetic youth and future of Christians learn, grow, and become influential citizens. It’s there that the Holy Spirit can inspire them to grow in their faith and lead others with them. As a FOCUS (Fellowship of Catholic University Students) missionary, I will have the opportunity to be a messenger when college students find themselves asking the deep life questions. Through the grassroots approach of reaching students through small group bible studies, one-onone mentorship, and large-group events, FOCUS uses the model that Jesus Christ used during his public life. I get to share my day-to-day life with them. My radical availability on campus will allow me to walk with students on their journey. “So, being affectionately desirous of you, we were ready to share with you not only the gospel of God but also our own selves, because you had become very dear to us.” - 1 Thessalonians 1:8 To learn more about FOCUS and how to support campus missions, please contact Cassie at or at 813716-6942. I would love to speak with you!

Ever wonder what would happen if we treated our Bible like we treat our cell phone? What if we carried it around in our purses or pockets? What if we flipped through it several times a day? What if we turned back to go get it if we forgot it? What if we used it to receive messages from the text? What if we treated it like we couldn’t live without it? What if we gave it to kids as gifts? What if we used it when we traveled? What if we used it in case of emergency? This is something to make you go… hmmm… where is my Bible? Oh, and one more thing. Unlike our cell phone, we don’t have to worry about our Bible being disconnected because Jesus already paid the bill. Makes you stop and think ‘where are my priorities’? UNLESS you have the Bible on your phone, you only have to worry about dropped calls or being disconnected. That can’t happen with a book. (Author Unknown)

The Oldest High School Standing Today

The oldest high school building standing today in Hillsborough County is located at 2704 Highland Avenue in Tampa. It was designed by Wilson Potter of New York. The cornerstone reads HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL, but when it opened on October 12, 1911, it was called Hillsborough High School and E.L. Robinson served as principal. The building was enlarged in 1923 by M. Leo Elliott but by 1928, it was again too small and the school moved from the Highland Avenue site to a larger facility. In the fall of 1928, the building became THOMAS JEFFERSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL. Under the guidance of principal D.W. Waters, a transition began in 1939 to reestablish a high school. The school was named THOMAS JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL and the first class graduated in 1942. Again, having outgrown its physical capacity, the school

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closed in 1967 but later reopened at a new location. On April 24, 1994, due to the efforts of the TJHS Alumni Association, the school was renamed the D.W. WATERS MEMORIAL CENTER. It serves today as a memorial to Mr. Waters and a symbol of the County’s early dedication to education. The building, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2007, was the third campus in Hillsborough High School’s history. The school, first established in 1885, left this campus for their fourth and current home in the nearby Old Seminole Heights neighborhood. The county established Thomas Jefferson High School at this site during the era of segregation to serve as the designated school for Hispanic students. Sometime after Jefferson High left to re-open at a new location, the building became home to George Washington Junior High School until that school’s closure in 1979. Currently, the “Old Hillsborough County High School” building is the home to the D.W. Waters Career Center, a Hillsborough County Public School for 11th and 12th grade students getting occupational and vocational training.


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Complete the Bible Verse Trivia—The answers are in this Gazette! Check the box of the prize you want to win if your entry is picked:  13th Annual Geckofest for Aug. 31st in Gulfport  Round of Golf for 2 at Heritage Golf & Country Club  Side Splitters Comedy Club passes for 2 1. If we claim to be without sin, ___________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ 2. Set your minds on things above, _________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ 3. But if anyone obeys his word, ___________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

October is Pastor Appreciation Month October is Pastor Appreciation Month, and Dunndeal Publications wants to honor those who dedicate their lives to ministry, such as pastors, associate pastors, youth pastors, or any other pastoral position in your church. You can submit your pastor’s name by going to, where we will be regularly updating the page with a full list of pastors in the months of August thru October. Throughout the month of October, we’ll be honoring these pastors on Dunndeal’s social media pages as well as in the Dunndeal papers. Express appreciation for the time, ser-

vice, and prayers your pastor(s) and their families give for your church and really show appreciation to your pastor(s) and their leadership. God has entrusted them to one of the most important assignments— the care of His flock. We encourage you to choose several names from the list as it is updated and add those names to your daily prayer list. We need to keep them all in our prayers more than ever before. Dunndeal thanks you for your efforts to give encouragement, affirmation, and support, which enables your pastor(s) and their families to further serve the Lord in ministry.

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There is a lot to be done and never enough time and money. In spite of this, may I add one more item to your To-Do list? Remember to pray for your children, their friends, teachers and administrators. Pray your children will be safe, that they will adjust easily to new classes and situations. Pray that the friends they make will help encourage them to be their best and not influence them to do their worst. Pray they will learn and grow in maturity. Pray for their teachers. Ask God to provide them with creativity, wisdom, patience and strength needed to meet the challenges of teaching in this day and age. Pray the classrooms will be warm and inviting, a good place for teachers to teach and children to learn. Pray for the administrators to have the leadership, wisdom and resources needed to promote a safe learning environ-

ment that we all desire for our kids. The Bible says, “The earnest prayer of a righteous person has great power and produces wonderful results.” (James 5:16) You don’t have to be perfect to be considered “righteous.” Paul writes in Romans 4:5, “But people are counted as righteous, not because of their work, but because of their faith in God who forgives sinners.” Our prayers matter. They can make a difference. This month, along with all the purchases, preparations and changes in schedules, take the time to pray. I’m sure our children, teachers and school systems will appreciate our prayers, and they will benefit from them as well. 813-398-9742 [LifeQuest holds services every Saturday at 6:00pm at 4207 North Boulevard, Tampa. Visit their web site at:]

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Cypress Creek Landscape Supply has served the tri-county Tampa Bay Area for over 25 years. The experienced staff at this family owned and operated business has 75 years of expertise in all things green and growing, and more. They use only the highest quality products and services in nursery, pavers, stones, mulch, fertilizers, and approved chemicals. As Tampa’s largest one-stop landscape supply, Cypress Creek makes it possible for everyone to shop where the professionals shop, and they deliver—not just quality products at competitive prices, but actual product delivery for your large projects. Cypress Creek Landscape Supply continues

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Attention Colorectal Cancer Survivors Did you get chemotherapy for colon cancer and develop numbness, tingling, or discomfort in the toes and/or feet? Researchers at the University of South Florida are looking for people to participate in a research pilot study of a strength and balance exercise program for people who have numbness, tingling, or discomfort in their toes and feet. If you have any of these symptoms since receiving chemotherapy with a drug called oxaliplatin, a medicine commonly used to treat colon cancer, and are interested in participating in this study, please call the Primary Investigator, Cindy Tofthagen, PhD, ARNP, at 813-­396-­9441. Refer to IRB Study #Pro00003344.

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North Tampa Chamber of Commerce 8/8 General Meeting, 11:45am at the Clarion Hotel & Conference Center, 2701 E. Fowler Ave. (just west of 30th Street), Tampa. 8/15 Chamber Networking Luncheon, 11:30am, Beef O’Brady’s, 8810 N. Himes (Himes & Busch), Tampa. 8/22 Chamber Networking Luncheon, 11:30am, at Embassy Suites USF/near Busch Gardens, 3705 Spectrum Blvd., Tampa, (east of Bruce B. Downs, north of Fowler). 8/27 Chamber Coffee Connections, 7:30am, hosted by Horizon Bay at Lutz, 414 Chapman Road E., Lutz. 9/3 Opening & Ribbon Cutting, 5:30-7:30pm, Hair Cuttery, North Point Plaza, 15207 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Please RSVP to to attend these chamber events. Visit, call 813-961-2420, or send an email to:

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