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What is Geo-Engineering and why canâ€™t the meteorologist talk about it? I too would like to know what the weather forecast will be so I can plan my events and weekends. As I watch the meteorologist on TV as they explain how the low and high pressures or jet stream will affect the day, I head out and nothing happens. Maybe the answer is that they canâ€™t help it because of GeoEngineering.
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“Say You Saw It In A Dunndeal Publication” Eliot Miskimen • Al Stenta • Larry Toll
Support the Hometown Teams It’s much easier to root and hoot for the hometown teams when your favorite team ends the game as winners. Both the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the University of South Florida Bulls started off their 2013 seasons as lackluster competitors. I know I have to mourn after a disappointing loss and then have to focus on the next upcoming game with the hopes that our teams will turn things around. Your brain can only hold so much, so I try not to give too much real estate to negative losses. History is just that and you cannot go back in time. I’d rather focus on the wins when I look back in time than rehash defeats. It is tough to spin defeat but I’m hoping that the players and coaching staff learn and improve as the season progresses. Every weekend there are major upsets both on the NFL and NCAA gridiron. Yes,
that famous quote does apply that on “any given Saturday or Sunday any team can be victorious.” No matter whom they are facing, football is a game where a team can spring ahead with turnovers and big plays. Usually, the team that creates the most turnovers and prevents turnovers are the teams that win. They call special teams special because they set up the team with great field position to score touchdowns and field goals. Momentum turns many times during a game and the coaching staff and players have to take advantage of the swings in the game. I’ve been to and watched many games where the outcome is determined in the final seconds. It’s always exciting when your team is on the positive side when the game clock is zero. It is disgruntling when your team is ahead and then loses in the final minutes and seconds of the game. It does work both ways. There is nothing finer than leaving a stadium after a grand win. Wins on Saturdays and Sundays starts my week off on the right foot. I don’t like reading about losses and then listening to talk radio. It is easy to critique when looking back at decisions that
You Matter, Too! Did you know that YOU matter, too? I often come across a most common challenge for women these days during a consultation: we put everyone else before ourselves. We will be the first to admit there just is no energy left or time set aside to take care of ourselves. If all we do is give to others and we don’t take care of ourselves, then who is taking care of us? I am here to remind YOU that person needs to be YOU. It is this ‘missing link’. I hear you! We put everyone else first, leaving our health and fitness last. That is one reason some women in our Community are often struggling with an extra 50 lbs. and, most likely, some serious medical issues are already present or on their way.
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Article and photography by Jeffrey Neil Fox
were made that affected the outcome of the game. A fan is short for the word fanatical. There are many that are over-the-top fans of their teams and live every play. Football is a spirited game, and I enjoy the pageantry of the game and the spirit that fans show for their teams. The cheerleaders, Sun Dolls, mascot, marching band, and color guard all add to the enjoyment of a live football game. Then there is the TV presentation that you can watch on a flat screen in the comfort of your home or watch with friends at your favorite sports bar. I still cannot believe that the NFL continues to mandate that games are blacked out if the quota of tickets is not sold before a deadline leading up to the game. Blackouts defeat the purpose of creating fan interest and disrupts the continuity of being a loyal and dedicated fan. Not everyone can afford or make every football game. You should be able to follow your favorite team on TV for both home and away games. How many of the Gazette readers have tailgate and homegate traditions? Please
share them with us and email us your traditions, photos, recipes, and stories. We would like to share with our readers. I know that I look forward to putting my game face on out in the parking lot before I enter the stadium. Some fans dig in with their tailgating at the stadium and the extravaganza productions that they orchestrate at their homes. I’m amazed at how many people tailgate outside the stadium before the game. I like to walk the parking lot to check out everyone’s setups, decorations, gear, food, and drink. If you see me in the parking lot, say hi. I’ll take your photograph. Go Bucs! Go Bulls! Jeffrey Neil Fox is a featured columnist for the Gazette Community Papers. Fox has covered the Tampa Bay sports scene for over 40 years. He owns www.FoxMarketPlace.com and can be reached at jeffreyneilfox@gmail. com or 813-391-2495.
By Samantha Taylor, Pure Health Studios
Please hear my heart. I am all about family and being there for your family; however, also most important, I want to encourage you not to forget about yourself. When the kids are on their own or you retire or life gets in the way with its unexpected events and you are possibly alone, you are left with the body and health that you have – nurtured or not. I do not want you to look back and wish you would have also taken care of your health at the same time you were being Superwoman. A great thing is today is a new day! We can always start over today, not tomorrow—but today because tomorrow is always tomorrow and we regret what we did not do today.
We have many members in their 50’s, 60’s and 70’s, and they are all amazed at the awesome fitness in health, body, and spirit they can actually get back. This is the good news: it’s not too late! Ever been on a plane and heard them say, “In the event on an emergency, put your oxygen mask on before assisting others.”? Why? Because YOU need to be able to breathe to help the one sitting next to you. I hear it all the time. “I am really surprised how much better of a mother and wife I am. I am not as moody. I am happier. I am more patient with my family.” When you are healthy, you can handle stress better, be in a better mood, and be less irritated.
Exercise and eating healthier helps you handle stress better. Do something active today and go on a walk! And think about letting us help you create a new life-changing nutrition and exercise plan. Do something for YOU! It’s doing the responsible thing and taking care of yourself—while you are helping others. If you are reading this and thinking, “Where do I start?”—we ARE the help you need and we ARE here for you. Strop struggling and call me—get started now and 2014 can become the healthiest year of your life! Call for your FREE consultation 813-909-4939 or visit www.PureHealthStudios.com to set your own day and time. You matter, too.
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North Tampa Chamber of Commerce
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10/10 General Meeting, 11:45am at the Clarion Hotel & Conference Center, 2701 E. Fowler Ave. (just west of 30th Street), Tampa. Speakers/Program: “A Fun & Easy Way to Weigh in on the Future of Hillsborough County – Imagine 2040 and Regional Transportation Master Plan,” presented by Michele Ogilvie, Hillsborough Metropolitan Planning Organization for Transportation, and Alex English, TBARTA (Tampa Bay Area Regional Transportation Authority). Doors open at 11:00am with informal networking until 11:30am. Buffet lunch at 11:30am.
Monthly Dinner Meeting Thursday, October 10, 2013 6:00pm–8:30pm at Hunters Green Country Club 1801 Longwater Dr, Tampa FL 33647 Come Walk the Red Carpet and Be Pampered! Join North East Tampa Women in Business for their Annual Glamour Night Please join us for a night of networking, dinner and education. The cost is $25 for members who preregister, $28 for guests. Register at www.netwib.org. Please RSVP online by Friday, October 4, 2013 or call 813-451-8023.
10/17 Chamber Networking Luncheon—Relationship Building With Business Neighbors, 11:30am, Beef O’Brady’s, 8810 N. Himes (Himes & Busch), Tampa.
Fizz & Fashion Women’s Expo
10/24 Chamber Networking Luncheon—Relationship Building with Business Neighbors, 11:30am, at Embassy Suites USF/near Busch Gardens, 3705 Spectrum Blvd., Tampa, (east of Bruce B. Downs, north of Fowler). 10/24 Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting, 5:00pm-7:00pm, North Tampa Behavioral Health, 29910 State Road 56, Wesley Chapel 33543. RSVP to Norisa Cruz, 813-393-7191 or email@example.com. Entertainment and refreshments available. Open to the public, no cost to attend. Please RSVP if you plan to attend these chamber events. For more information about the North Tampa Chamber, visit www.northtampachamber.com, call 813-961-2420, or send an email to: info@NorthTampaChamber.com.
“Wine, Cheese & Chocolate” You are invited! Join us for wine, cheese, chocolate, and a silent auction. Date: Wednesday, October 23, 2013 Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm Live Music! Place: The Clarion Hotel & Conference Center, 2701 E Fowler Ave, Tampa, FL 33613 Cost: $10 per person in advance, $15 at the door For information or to RSVP and pay by credit card, visit www.northtampachamber.com, phone 813-961-2420 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations to this event are welcome. Contact Sandra at email@example.com to confirm. Bring a can of soup or cozy socks to donate to Meals on Wheels of Tampa.
Newcomers of Northwest Hillsborough The Newcomers of Northwest Hillsborough will meet at 11am on October 17, 2013 for lunch at Brio Tuscan Grille at International Plaza, 2223 N. West Shore Blvd, Suite B209, Tampa, FL 33607. Kenneth James Wright, M.D. of the Vein/Vascular Institute will speak and answer questions on treating venous and arterial disease. Reservations should be made by Thursday, October 10, 2013. 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 www.newcomersnwhillsborough.com.
Sunday, October 6th, 2013 from 1pm to 4pm at Hunter’s Green Country Club. $10 per ticket (proceeds benefit the Sunrise Women’s Shelter). Call Cloud 9 Studios (813-994-4552) for info or go to fizzandfashion.com. Buy your tickets online. “If anyone obeys his word, God’s love is truly made complete in him, whoever claims to live in him must walk as Jesus did.” — 1 John 2:5-6
Restoring Hope and Healing Anne Childers, Staff Writer
On October 1, 2013, North Tampa Behavioral Health—a private inpatient psychiatric and substance abuse treatment program—opens in Wesley Chapel. It opens not only to the medical community and surrounding communities, but also to individuals and families searching for answers and help with mental health and substance abuse issues. I recently had the opportunity to tour this state-of-the-art facility and to speak with CEO Jim Harris, himself a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. On the day I visited, 75 new employees were gathered for orientation. An additional 100-plus employees will be added to the staff as the demand for services grows. The economic impact NTBH brings to our area is an extra blessing, and the mental health care is long overdue. Upon entering NTBH, I was immediately struck by the bright but calm and welcoming, non-institutional décor. It was obvious no detail had been overlooked for the
comfort and care of future patients. Chairs are upholstered in resilient fabrics that are attractive and inviting. The same chairs are three inches higher in the geriatric wing— immensely important for seniors. There are both indoor and outdoor recreational facilities, and the views from the many windows are of nature and natural beauty. Jim Harris is interested in meeting the needs of the community, beginning with inpatient care, partial hospital and intensive outpatient groups, and a mobile assessment unit. There is room to grow as community needs are identified. For now, care is offered to those 18 years old and above. Harris stressed that care will be delivered with the same respect “we would show a guest in our own personal homes.” For information or to visit North Tampa Behavioral Health or schedule a free confidential assessment, call 813-333-0000 or visit the web at www.NorthTampaBehavioralHealth.com.
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LifeChoices Golf Tournament The 3rd Annual “Golf for Life” Charity Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday, November 9, 2013, at 1:00pm at Quail Hollow Golf Club, which is located at 6225 Old Pasco Rd., Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 and can be reached by phone at (813) 333-0033. The tournament benefits LifeChoices Women’s Care, which has been helping women facing unplanned pregnancies with free services since 2009. LifeChoices is located at 1527 Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 101, Lutz, FL 33548 and can be reached by phone at (813) 948-7734 or online at www.LifeChoicesWC.org. If you wish to become a sponsor, call Tom Beach at (813) 333-3543, send email to Tom.E.Beach@gmail.com, or visit the website at LifeChoicesGolf.org/Sponsors. If you wish to donate a raffle item, contact LifeChoices or visit the website at LifeChoicesGolf. org. Donations, sponsorships, and registration are due to the LifeChoices Women’s Care facility or can be picked up from you on or before November 9, 2013.
Women-N-Charge Join the vibrant ladies of Women-N-Charge on Friday, October 4th from 11:30am-1pm 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 www.women-n-charge.com. For more information, please contact Judy at 813-600-9848 or firstname.lastname@example.org. This meeting features Patricia Parra Perez, President of Means of Hope Foundation and domestic violence survivor, who will share her story of survival, strength, hope, and education on the issues of domestic violence.
Send One of Our Own to the Olympics Samuel Valentine, Jr.—known as Hurricane Sammy—is a local amateur boxer. He is currently ranked #8 in the US at 152 lbs. This young man has a very large, impressive resume with 136 wins and only 20 losses. He holds over 56 national and state Titles. Due to the economy, he has recently lost a sponsor and is in need of funding to help him fight his way to the 2016 Olympics. There is a tournament this month, October, in California and he is in desperate need of funding in order to participate. To give you an idea of this young man’s talent, visit his gym at 2020 Land O Lakes Blvd., and you will be amazed at the amount of belts and trophies he has won. Any amount of donation would be greatly appreciated. For further information, please visit www.hurricanesammyboxing.net, email email@example.com, or call 813-785-0901.
Keep the Faith
Pastor Bruce Blagg LifeQuest Luke 8 tells the story of a man named Jairus. He has a twelve year old daughter who is very sick. She is dying. As any loving father would, Jairus desperately looks for help. He finds Jesus, falls at his feet, and pleads with him to come to his house and help his daughter. Jesus agrees to go with him. On his way back home, a messenger comes to tell Jairus that it is too late. His daughter is dead. Can you imagine what his heart must have felt hearing those words? It’s too late. There is no hope. It’s over. She’s gone. But Jesus tells him, “Don’t be afraid. Just have faith, and she will be healed.” What? How is that possible? Didn’t Jesus hear the messenger? She’s dead! What other alternative is there? Yet Jairus keeps walking with Jesus toward his home, toward an impossible situation, wondering what he will say to his grieving wife. When they arrive, all Jairus’ friends and family are present. They are weeping and wailing. They stare at him. “Why did you still bring Jesus? It is too late. She is dead! Go, hold your wife, and join us in our weeping.”
Jesus turns to them and tells them to stop weeping. “She is not dead. she’s only asleep.” They don’t believe him. They start laughing at him. They know she is dead. Jesus must be a fool to believe otherwise, and Jairus is even more a fool to believe him. But Jairus doesn’t listen to the crowd. He gets his wife and goes into the home with Jesus. Why would Jairus do that? Why put himself and his wife through this ordeal? How can he believe in the face of the obvious? Perhaps he remembers Jesus’ words: “Don’t be afraid. Just have faith, and she will be healed.” What happened? Jesus took the daughter’s hand and said, “My child, get up!” Luke records that her life returned at that moment, and she immediately stood up. Jairus kept his faith in Jesus’ words, and what was dead to him came back to life. Maybe you have a Jairus-type situation in your life. What needs to happen seems impossible. Yet when you pray, you hear God’s voice saying “Don’t be afraid. Just have faith.” Everyone around you has given up. They laugh at you when you don’t. Keep the faith. What seems dead can live again. Remember the story of Jairus. Bruce Blagg Pastor, LifeQuest firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 813-398-9742 [LifeQuest holds services every Saturday at 7:00 PM at 4207 North Boulevard, Tampa.]
32nd Annual Mustang, Shelby and Ford Roundup
Hosted by Mustang Club of Tampa, Bill Currie Ford, and Lazydays RV Center, the 32nd Annual Mustang, Shelby and Ford Roundup will be held at the Lazydays Event Center (2nd year at this site!) located east of Tampa at East Sligh Avenue and SR 579, off I-4 at Exit 10, approximately 1 mile east of
I-75 on Saturday, October 26, 2013. Event hours are 8:00am to 4:00pm with check-in running 8:00am to 10:00am. Everyone interested in Ford vehicles is invited to attend, and there is no charge to simply view the 200+ cars. This annual event promises fun for all and an exciting display of classic and
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Meteorology is the interdisciplinary scientific study of Earth’s atmosphere. Temperature, air pressure, and water vapor are observable weather events which illuminate and are explained by the science of meteorology. Some of the bizarre weather such as hurricanes, rain, tornadoes, lightning, and especially flooding are termed to be said they are acts of nature, at least that’s what your insurance policy will claim regardless if it’s your health, home, or your property which was destroyed by weather. But if the weather is being manufactured by Geo-Engineering then who is doing the engineering? Some people who already know may say “why talk about it?” There is not much I
can do about that. But your silence doesn’t make it right. By turning a deaf ear to all these things, keeping silent won’t help either. For example, the women’s right to vote and Martin Luther King’s civil rights movements would have never come about if we had kept silent. I’m sure Pontius Pilate could have said, “Jesus, just be quiet.” Have you ever heard the expression “don’t throw your money to the wind”? Well, just look up at the sky, where there’s billons of your tax dollars in chemtrails being sprayed. Not contrails, which is water vapor, that some would have you to believe. As our politicians are keeping the American people in the dark, and the TV meteorologist won’t or can’t talk about it, I’ve decided to turn them off until the meteorologist can explain and say: “Well, we have some heavy chemtrails to the north and the southwest, which may cause flooding in the east.” Until that happens, you may just as well put your head out the window and call it a day. For more information, go online to LIVE Updated Presentation Geo-Engineering at https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2x6TEeknfo.
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current automobile technology. A portion of the proceeds of the show will be donated to various local charities. The show includes classes for ALL years of Mustangs, Shelbys, and Ford-powered cars and trucks. Pre-registration through October 19th is $25.00 per vehicle, and vendors pay
$25.00 per 10×20 space. Day of show registration is $30.00 per vehicle. For more info, contact Mark Morley at 813417-2483 or Frank Cossota at 813-376-8979 or send email to info@mustangcluboftampa. com. Or visit us on the internet at www.mustangcluboftampa.com.
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Captain Ric’s Fish Tales Reel Simple Fishing Adventures
Craig Jobson with one of the redfish he caught in Tampa Bay while fishing with Capt. Ric Liles and Reel Simple Fishing Adventures.
This is the time of year that I live for as a fisherman. It’s also one of my favorite times of year for other reasons as well. It’s hard for me to not get excited when September gets here because two of my passions are going on at the same time. The beginning of football season and hunting redfish. I was lucky enough to go to San Francisco and get one of my bucket list items taken care of by watching the 49ers beat the Packers in Week 1. I am not a Niner fan, I just wanted to see a game at Candlestick Park before they tore it down. I have also been lucky enough to have spent some pretty good days on the water lately catching redfish. I want to focus on redfish this month and hopefully give you some useful information if you need some help with this species. It’s been several years since I have seen this much redfish activity in the bay during the late summer, early fall. We always get the big schools of fish in September and October, but this year there seems to be more of them. We also started seeing them a little earlier this year. It does not matter what time of year it is, there are a few things that you can do to help increase your chances. First of all, patience is your best friend while fishing for redfish. It’s hard to be patient sometimes, but it will pay off. If you are on a school of reds, let them tell you how to fish them. For example, if they are moving away from you at a very good rate of speed, don’t chase them. Let them go and flank them to get
in front of them. When you go around them, get farther away than you think you need to be. I promise it will not be their first rodeo. They have great instincts and understand the game. The good thing is, they are greedy pigs and eat just about everything. If they are coming towards you, just sit tight and wait. We had this happen to us several times the other day where we would just patiently wait for them to get to us. When they got there, we would catch a few and they would move on away. After ten minutes or so, they would come back by for us to have another shot at them. We never moved and caught eight or nine. We would have gotten more if the crevalle jack had not been with them. That is more than we would have caught had we chased them. Secondly, you need to know what to look for. Look for mullet and for pushing water. Redfish will often travel with mullet to take advantage of the crabs, shrimp, and other food species that they will flush out of the grass. What is pushing water? The best way for me to explain it is to compare it to cars drafting. As fish swim they displace the water they are in. If you have 50 fish, they displace more water than a lesser amount. Obviously the more fish, the bigger disruption in the water. Also keep in mind that the deeper the water, the harder it is to see the pushes. When they are up and on the move it is very easy to see what direction they are headed. It’s hard to get the 40 – 60 fish days when they are on the move. Those days happen when they are sitting still and not in transition. I have only scratched the surface of the redfish game. It would take four pages to cover it all. I tried to cover a couple of the questions I received last month with this topic. It was fitting for the time of year, and I hope this helped. 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, call (813) 601-2900, email CaptainRic@msn.com, or visit www.ReelSimpleFishing.com.
Environmental Protection Commission of Hillsborough County NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE PERMIT EPC/DEP FILE NO. FLA831794 The Environmental Protection Commission of Hillsborough County (Department) an approved Local Program of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) gives notice of its intent to issue a permit to Wild Rover Pub and Brewery, LLC, Mr. Derek E Wells Sr., President, 15912 Northlake Village Drive, Odessa, Florida 33556 to construct and operate an industrial wastewater treatment and disposal system for a micro brewery. The wastewater is generated from the cleaning of equipment and other operations associated with the micro brewery plant. The cleaning process is performed by a CIP (clean in place) system that recirculates a small amount of cleaning solution back through the brewing and fermentation tanks by way of a pump and spray nozzle. Each cleaning uses approximately 15 to 20 gallons of solution. There are two cleanings of the brewing and fermentation tanks per week that would together generate about 80 gallon per week. The produced wastewater is disposed of by way of an absorption field. The design flow is 100 gallons per week with a maximum loading rate of 0.5”per week. The facility is located at latitude 28°06’50.80” N, longitude 82°34’56.42” W on 8742 North Mobley Road, Odessa Florida 33556 in Hillsborough County. The intent to issue and application file are available for public inspection during normal business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except legal holidays, at the Department, 3629 Queen Palm Drive, Tampa, FL 33619. The Department will issue the permit with the attached conditions unless a time-
ly petition for an administrative hearing is filed under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes, within fourteen days of receipt of notice. The procedures for petitioning for a hearing are set forth below. A person whose substantial interests are affected by the Department’s proposed permitting decision may petition for an administrative proceeding (hearing) under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes. The petition must contain the information set forth below and must be filed (received by the clerk) in the office of the Legal Department at The Roger P. Stewart Center, 3629 Queen Palm Drive, Tampa, Florida 33619. Under Rule 62-110.106(4), Florida Administrative Code, a person may request enlargement of the time for filing a petition for an administrative hearing. The request must be filed (received by the clerk) in the office of Legal Department before the end of the time period for filing a petition for an administrative hearing. Petitions filed by any persons other than those entitled to written notice under Section 120.60(3), Florida Statutes, must be filed within fourteen days of publication of the notice or within fourteen days of receipt of the written notice, whichever occurs first. Under Section 120.60(3), Florida Statutes, however, any person who has asked the Department for notice of agency action may file a petition within fourteen days of receipt of such notice, regardless of the date of publication. The petitioner shall mail a copy of the petition to the applicant at the address indicated above at the time of filing. The failure of any person to file a petition within fourteen days of receipt of notice shall constitute a waiver of that person’s right
Fifth Third Bank New Location Now Open Fifth Third Bank announced the grand opening of its new Anderson Road Banking Center at 12002 Anderson Road Tampa, FL 33625. The Banking Center offers complete banking services with four teller lines, two drive-thru lanes, one drive-up ATM, a night depository, and multiple private offices for mortgage loan, financial specialist, and business banking officers. Managing the location is Guadalupe Cuevas. “We are very excited to begin serving the local community,” said Guadalupe Cuevas. “We welcome all of our current and new customers to use this location for all of their banking needs.” The new Banking Center is open 8am – 5pm Mon. – Thurs., 8am – 6pm Fri., and 8:30am – 12:30pm on Sat. The phone number is (813) 371-6889.
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to request an administrative determination (hearing) under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes. Any subsequent intervention (in a proceeding initiated by another party) will be only at the discretion of the presiding officer upon the filing of a motion in compliance with Rule 28-106.205, Florida Administrative Code. A petition that disputes the material facts on which the Department’s action is based must contain the following information: (a) The name, address, and telephone number of each petitioner; the name, address, and telephone number of the petitioner’s representative, if any; the Department permit identification number and the county in which the subject matter or activity is located; (b) A statement of how and when each petitioner received notice of the Department action; (c) A statement of how each petitioner’s substantial interests are affected by the Department action; (d) A statement of all disputed issues of
material fact. If there are none, the petition must so indicate; (e) A statement of facts that the petitioner contends warrant reversal or modification of the Department action; (f) A concise statement of the ultimate facts alleged, as well as the rules and statutes which entitle the petitioner to relief; and (g) A statement of the relief sought by the petitioner, stating precisely the action that the petitioner wants the Department to take. Because the administrative hearing process is designed to formulate final agency action, the filing of a petition means that the Department’s final action may be different from the position taken by it in this notice. Persons whose substantial interests will be affected by any such final decision of the Department have the right to petition to become a party to the proceeding, in accordance with the requirements set forth above. Mediation under Section 120.573, Florida Statutes, is not available for this proceeding.
For Dancers Who Want to be Home Early Have you heard good dancers say, “I don’t dance much anymore because I don’t like to drive home in the dark?” Well, now there is a sensible solution. The Odessa American Legion Post 147 has revived their Sunday Dance Program—starting at 3:00pm until 6:00pm. Open to the public. Every Sunday. Music will be by the well-known and popular “Short Notice Duo” Bob & Sue. Song requests are accepted. Couples and single dancers are invited, and there will be a mix of ballroom, disco, Latin, 50’s & 60’s, line dancing & more. “We wanted to bring back what used to be a very popular and inexpensive program,” said Post Commander Sal Poliandro. Our long-term goal is to build up enough regulars so that we can also offer a meal at 5:00pm, like we used to do. The entry fee for the dance is only $5.00 per person, and that includes coffee, iced tea, cake, and party snacks. In the future, meal costs will be additional.
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sional tournament, watch how Snedeker steps up to the ball, bangs the club head on the ground to free up his grip pressure, and whips the club back creating enough momentum for his arms to swing up and wrists to hinge automatically. That’s why he is such a great ball striker! Percy Boomer stated that “there is no action in golf less understood than the use of the wrists, for curiously enough we do not have to work them, but we have to let them work themselves—like hinges on a door.” There is no compensatory action of the hands to manipulate the club head in a great golf swing—they must react to the momentum of the club head, not act independently in an attempt to control it. A few weeks ago, I was watching Jeff Leonard, a very good player and P.G.A. professional from the First Tee of Tampa Bay, demonstrate a drill at Heritage Isles during their weekly junior program. He would step far enough away from the ball and start taking practice swings. With each practice swing he would step closer to the golf ball until by the third swing he let the club automatically strike through the ball with the same movement of all his practice swings. It’s a tough drill, but in my opinion an excellent one for swing freedom. Next time you play or practice golf, be a patriot and remember, “the golf swing is one and indivisible” with, might I add, liberty and justice for all.
During these desperate times of world turmoil, it’s important to remain patriotic and cherish our freedom even in our golf swing. Teaching legend Percy Boomer was quoted as saying, “the golf swing is one and indivisible.” The reasoning behind Percy’s statement is that the golf swing should have a constant momentum and swing throughout. The golfer’s hands, arms, and shoulders should not attempt to manipulate, redirect, or steer the club into positions contrary to the club head’s natural momentous swing arc. That’s why many golf swing training aids are weighted so that the golfer will not be able to fight the swing movement. The hands, fingers, and arms should learn to work with the momentum and not against it. That is why I am not a position teacher. I am very aware of the positions that the club travels on during a technically perfect golf swing, but mechanically forcing the club to positions with the hands, arms, and shoulders is not how these positions are achieved! The mechanical manipulating and steering of the club head to inappropriate positions during the golf swing are a power Rick Bradshaw, thief and dictator that will ultimately deDirector of Instruction stroy any chance of freedom of swing. 2004/2006 North Florida Section PGA P.G.A. Tour professional Brandt Snede- Teacher of the Year ker’s golf swing is a perfect example of 813-220-8099 freedom of swing. At the next profeswww.tourexperience.com
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Grand Opening of CAC-Florida Medical Center Grand Opening of CAC-Florida Medical Center located at 4340 W. Hillsborough Ave. In attendance for the ribbon cutting were Bert Valdes, Chief Operations Officer, David Jarboe, CEO CarePlus Health Plans, Lourdes Pila-Collazo, M.D., Medical Director, Ryan Patmintra, Regional Director, Mark Kent, CEO, Marian Irizarry Febres, M.D., Physician at West Hillsborough, Sonia Michael, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, George Daniel, Administrator at West Hillsborough, Jorge Diaz, Regional Administrator. Thank you for the Muvico passes. My husband and I enjoyed a free movie on Labor Day afternoon. We will continue to enjoy your publication. —Jackie Waters
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With school starting, the excitement of interscholastic sports is very much present in our school. As a member of the Suncoast Christian Conference, our students participate in volleyball and basketball against other Christian schools in West Central Florida. Having an athletic program is critical to our success as a school. Not only because our students enjoying playing and competing, but because it allows us to teach them about teamwork and selflessness. Understanding that you are just part of the big picture and that everyone must do their best for the betterment of the team is
something we all need to learn in life. What they learn on the court directly relates to their future in the workplace. Being a good teammate, accomplishing your responsibilities, and helping and encouraging others are the basics of being on a team. They are also good qualities to have as an employee. But having an athletic program isn’t cheap. Uniforms, equipment, shoes, referees, fuel, and meals all add up very quickly. We could use your help. Here are some areas we could use your help in: • Uniforms/Shoes: $2,000 per year • Equipment/Balls: $500 per year
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Being “Good” Isn’t Good Enough! by Dan Coggins, Northside Bible Church
The general impression many have is that “being a religious person” qualifies one for heaven, Nirvana, salvation, or eternal life. In reality, just “being religious,” “spiritual,” or “good” isn’t enough. Sadly, these may immunize you to the “real disease.” If anyone would be considered an authority on the subject, it would be Jesus Christ. Some of His harshest words were reserved for the religious crowd of His day. They bore the sting of His wrath over many issues. When one of the religious leaders of the nation came to Jesus, he began with an honest compliment. Jesus, however, changed the subject, quickly getting to Nicodemus’ real question. He said, “Unless you are born again, you cannot experience* the kingdom of God.” (John 3:3 * paraphrasing “see” in vs. 3 and “enter” in vs. 5) Nicodemus didn’t understand, thinking Jesus referred to being born a second time
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physically. Actually, Jesus pointed out that no matter how religious a person might be (even “the teacher of Israel” verse 10), a family relationship with God was essential! This family relationship with God comes by faith in Jesus Christ. John 1:12 says, “but as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become the children of God, even to those who believe in His name.” This means that when we trust (believe) Jesus as God who took on human flesh, died in our place, paid for our sins and rose again, we receive a unique place in God’s forever family. Religion may be good or bad, but it is not the way to be “born again” to become God’s child. Religions usually teach that somehow through our works, effort, or sincerity, we can please God or “make up” for our sins. No religion can do this! Even our best works cannot pay for our sins. Titus 3:5 says, “Not by works of righteousness which we have done, but according to His mercy He saved us.” Though religions and the religious do much good for which we are thankful, these don’t save anyone, no matter how sincere. It’s ‘OK’ to be observant, but make sure you’re trusting in Jesus alone to save you and not your own works. (See also Ephesians 2:8, 9 and Romans 4:5) If you have questions, or if you would like a free booklet entitled “Religion or Christ” contact us at Northside at 405 Hayes Road, Lutz, FL 33549, call 961-1307, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 www.ddpnews.com, 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, affirmation, and support, which enables your pastor(s) and their families to further serve the Lord in ministry.
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