The Laker-Land O' Lakes/Lutz-Nov. 12, 2014

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Honorary Land O’ Lakes mayor Terri Dusek, left, had the honor of painting the window shutters as others worked on painting the exterior of the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce building at 2810 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. Joining them were six employees from a local Home Depot store, who assisted with carpentry, painting and landscaping tasks.

True (tropical) blue Helen Rodriguez prepares to dab on the new color paint for the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce road sign. Beige was replaced with a tropical blue.

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olunteers, including several people from Home Depot on North Dale Mabry Highway, came out to the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce recently to help spruce up their headquarters along Land O’ Lakes Boulevard.

The biggest change people will see is a new color.The beige, which caused a lot of people to overlook the office over the years, was replaced with a tropical blue. Even some of the landscaping was touched up a bit to add some more color, creating a vibrant new look for the chamber.

It took teamwork by volunteers who participated in the work party at the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce building on Land O’ Lakes Boulevard.

Volunteers like Pasco County Schools staff member Helen Rodriguez of Land O’ Lakes, top, and Home Depot employee Larry Andrews of Tampa, helped to not only give the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce’s sign a new coat of paint, but also to complement it with flowers and mulch.

A gust of wind sweeps hair over Charlene Ierna’s face as she works on rolling paint above the boardroom windows outside of the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce building. Tropical colors have replaced the bland beige paint.


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