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JULY 2015

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The Dog Days of Summer.

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REAL ESTATE on Home Affordability, Prosperity and Growth, Quality of Education, and Family Friendliness. The article not only ranked us #3 out of 180 places but further said that with a median home price of $152,200, Wesley Chapel was the most affordable of the top 10 areas and that the schools earned an 8 at GreatSchools.

Wesley Chapel Real Estate in the News


ur own Wesley Chapel has made the news twice recently in very favorable ways. One was an article by NY Times economics writer Neil Irwin titled An Era of Ups and Downs, Home Prices Return to Sanity featured in the 6/17/15 edition of the NY Times it focused on the affordability of housing in general and changes in buyers’ perceptions and actions toward purchasing. Yours truly was quoted and my clients Donte and Anjoli Hill, first time home buyers in Watergrass were interviewed about their recent buying experience. Overall some very positive news about the market. Published only 3 days ago was an article from the online site “Nerdwallet”, entitled “Best Cities for Young Families in Florida, and Wesley Chapel” was #3 on the list. The analysis looked at 180 places in Florida with over 10,000 residents and based their results


This is wonderful press for our little slice of heaven here and I suspect we are going to be seeing a lot more as new communities open and more choice in housing comes available. Additionally, the developers of the Wiregrass area recently held a market research session with a group of local Realtors seeking our opinions on housing in the area. The general consensus was that we needed more small, single level housing opportunities under $300,000. So hopefully they will chew on that for a while and introduce more affordable options in housing for our community If you are considering buying any time soon, a word of caution about upcoming changes in the lending process. Effective August 1, 2015, The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau rules regarding lending will be implemented and some of what will be required is a much needed and positive change for buyers, but overall you should expect an average loan closing to take a minimum of 60 days. Keep that in mind as you talk to lenders and work with your trusted Realtor, anything already contracted on before 8/1/2015 will not be effected but after that, make your plans accordingly. Brenna Eddins Realtor Seven Oaks Realty Group 2204 Ashley Oaks Cir. Ste. 101 Wesley Chapel FL 33544 Cell 813-469-3450. Fax 813-200-1082

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BACK TO SCHOOL DRIVE 2015 SUPPORT THE CHILDREN AND TEENS OF JOSHUA HOUSE WITH THE TOOLS FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS! When children arrive at Joshua House they usually have the clothes on their backs, and very little else. Your support can make all the difference to the 150 abused or neglected children that call Joshua House home each year.

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COMMISSIONER’S CORNER I’m happy to announce that Pasco County received four awards at the 23rd Annual Future of the Region Awards ceremony held in the Hilton St. Petersburg Carillon Park. The Future of the Region Awards Program provides honor and recognition for notable achievement in the public and private sector for resource planning and management in the Tampa Bay region. This year Pasco County was honored with the following awards at the event: • 1st Place Planning and Development, MUTRM. • 2nd Place Elderly Nutrition, Volunteers: Our Best Resource. • 1st Place Resource Recovery, Waste to Energy.

Pasco County received four awards at the 23rd Annual Future of the Region Awards ceremony.

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• Honorable Mention Pasco Economic Development Council, Smart Start Incubator. Congratulations to our talented team members for being recognized at this prestigious event!

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orn in Connecticut, I grew up playing, living, loving, breathing hockey and worked toward becoming a National Hockey League (NHL) player. At 17, while on the ice, I sustained a knee injury that ended my hockey career before it ever began! Plan B was my second love: medicine. Having studied biology, chemistry and psychology at Manhattan College, I became a research scientist for the National Institute of Health focusing on elevated levels of greenhouse effects and carbon dioxide. I became disillusioned by the medical community and decided against going back to med school. Instead, I gave acting a try! I mostly worked in theater but was also in 3 really bad B movies. From there, I worked on Wall Street and then on to be a regional manager of a health and beauty aids chain in Manhattan. About that time, my dad had a massive heart attack. The meds the doctors gave him kept him alive for several years, but the same drugs were simultaneously destroying all of his other organs. His official cause of death was “due to medication;” he actually died from the treatment of heart disease. That’s when I truly

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realized I had to do something more significant with my life; something with more purpose. Medicine drifted back into my heart. Divine intervention occurred a year later when I was walking around New York City and my neck suddenly started hurting me. I literally could not move my arm down below shoulder height because of the intense pain. My Acting manager, Phoebe Cates’ mom encouraged me to go to her chiropractor, but I refused at first—skepticism winning out. When I couldn’t go to my audition the next day because of the pain I was in, I “let” her take me to her chiropractor kicking and screaming. It was this doctor on 73rd and Columbus that I will never forget. I walked in, layed down, and received my first ever adjustment. I walked out the same way I had walked in thinking that this didn’t help. When I woke up the next morning with absolutely no pain, I could move my arm down and my blood pressure dropped by 40 points. I marched back to the chiropractor’s office to find out what the heck he did to me. He explained chiropractic; that adjusting the spine--a window to your nervous system—relieves trapped nerves in the spine that were causing both the pain and the high blood pressure. He took the pressure off that nerve and instantly realigned the way the nerve was firing. I sat and listened to him for three hours thinking someone had finally answered all the questions I had had about how the body works. I walked out of his office knowing I was going to be a chiropractor and soon enrolled into Life University in Atlanta where I studied Chiropractic and Sports Medicine.

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While in Atlanta, I met, fell in love with and married Kristin. We moved to New Tampa in 1998 and have since had two children: Maddie, 12 (an inspiring gymnast), and Josh, 10 (a budding hockey player). I began working professional and collegiate level athletes in 2002. My work with the Lightning players began in 2003 as they came to my clinic for care. That same year, we opened Bain Family Chiropractic on Cross Creek Boulevard at the Cory Lake Isle plaza in New Tampa. Our focus was on families, babies, children in sports, and athletes. In 2006, we opened the Athletes Compound at Saddlebrook, where we trained, consulted on nutrition, provided therapy and neurological adjustments for the athletes. It was out of my work with pro athletes that we created a team-approach, multi-modality system to maximize any patient’s performance whether it be lifting their grandchild, playing basketball with their son, or taking a walk with a loved one. It’s the job of a professional athlete to optimize their mental and physical acuity at every practice and during each game. I am one of a team of practitioners who support the Lightning players in being in top health. They must pay attention to their bodies when they are off the ice in order to maximize their performance while on the ice. They know if they don’t eat well, or get enough sleep, or have a sore knee, or a headache, their performance will be diminished. Even Victor Hedman’s dog has gotten into the act. Harry, a French bulldog, was suffering from allergies and Heddy asked if I would take a look at him. Today his allergies are much better and he continues to follow a healthy path! The Lightning players literally follow the principals I have lived by for the past 20 years that I call “The R.I.G.H.T. System.” • Re-educating the Nervous System through neuromuscular adjustments. • Integrating Biochemistry/Nutrition


for themselves to get their mental clarity especially prior to a game.

by consuming and absorbing nutrient-rich foods and whole food supplements. • Generating Tissue Health through connective tissue massage. • Healing Movement to regain full functionality through physical therapy and exercise. • Thinking Right comes from a clean body and gives an alert mind. Officially, I became the Chiropractic Physician for the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2011. The players sustain energy and recover from injury faster by following this system. The synergy between BCW and the Lightning occurs in the locker room and also in our clinics, where we provide health care to professional athletes from different sports, as well as to their families. I’ve learned from the pros that in order to be a finelytuned athlete, they can not skip one of the elements or their performance will suffer, including thinking right. Every athlete I know has taken time

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We are all top athletes in our own way and we can get injured or experience pain that our R.I.G.H.T. System can not alleviate. When this type of “crisis” occurs, we send the patient to a medically-based practice. I have referred many patients to orthopedics, interventional pain management and even to surgeons. Combining my wellness system with our current crisis-management and disease-management system creates a health care system that actually makes us healthy and well! In 2014, we brought in a Physiatrist, Dr. Mayra Alfonso, to provide additional minimally-invasive alternatives for joint pain sufferers, those with osteoarthritis, and athletes with joint injuries. As Dr. Mayra’s first patient, I received a series of Hyalgon injections followed by physical therapy for my old hockey knee injury. These treatments are 96% effective in reducing pain and will delay several years or even alleviate the need for costly surgeries such as knee replacement, which only boasts a 36% effectiveness rate. As the landscape of healthcare has changed in 2015 with the Affordable Care Act (to learn more about the AFA, check out our youtube channel: watch?v=VhTRU1tdihY or search

on Affordable Care Act Explained by Dr. Tim Bain), people are looking for more preventative or minimallyinvasive, less costly ways to living pain-free. We are further expanding our wheelhouse to include interventional pain management by bringing in Dr. Edgar Ramirez-Pagan and his team into our practice. Far too many people are being over-medicated or pointed immediately in the direction of surgery for pain relief. Having Dr. Ramirez-Pagan expands BCW’s robust system for health that begins with wellness and allows us to offer patients even more minimallyinvasive alternatives. We combine these procedures with the RIGHT system to ensure the maximum pain relief, a high quality of life and maximum performance for all of our patients. BAIN COMPLETE WELLNESS New Tampa Location 10311 Cross Creek Blvd, Suite E Tampa, Florida 33647 813-907-9898 Also serving Carrollwood, Riverview & from the Saddlebrook Resort You don’t have to be a celebrity to have a wonderful story you would like to share. All residents in our community are special and we would love to hear your story. Please submit your story, idea or questions to

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PASCO INFO Todd Bayley, the county’s chief information officer, said the app will be updated with new features, such as the ability to watch a live stream of Pasco County Television or pay utility bills. “There has been a lot of excitement with this new app,” Bayley said. “As we were testing this app, citizens were finding us online, we had a park reservation before we even announced it to the public.” He demonstrated the app for county commissioners during their meeting Tuesday.

Pasco County Launches Its New Mypasco Smartphone App For the first time, county residents will be able to use their smartphones or tablets to pay county fees, watch commission meetings, file code complaints, even report a pothole or a runaway dog. Public information officer, Doug Tobin, said the app works with Android, Apple, Blackberry and Microsoft products. The app has a variety of features including the latest press releases, National Weather Service alerts, park information, library locator, library catalog search, social media access, emergency management information, pet adoption services, road blockage and commuter information. “The best part of this is it’s free,” Tobin said. “My goal in this is to make it so that every Pasco citizen has a way to engage with county government.”


“What a phenomenal project,” Commissioner Jack Mariano said. “This will probably save us a lot of phone calls — especially where potholes are concerned.”

For more information, call the SMARTstart Pasco Business Incubators at: Dade City - (352) 437-4861 / New Port Richey (727) 478-0670 or email Krista Covey, SMARTstart Business Incubator Program Director at

Pasco Economic Development Council Annual Banquet Saddlebrook Resort, Wesley Chapel, Thur. Sep 3rd. 5 pm - 9 pm. Registration for this event is open from: Wed Jul 1,2015 -Thu Aug 27,2015

Pasco EDC’s Annual Banquet and Industry Awards is the premier opportunity to recognize businesses that keep the Pasco County economy growing and strong. It is attended annually by almost 700 local and Tampa Bay area business and community leaders and includes an awards ceremony, industry trade show, and brief report on the county’s economic development progress. Sponsorship opportunities are now available! Sponsorships range from $500 to $5,000 with four benefit levels. We think you will agree, this is a modest investment in relation to the opportunity if affords to draw attention to your business and you as a leader in Pasco County. Contact Suzanne by phone at (813) 926-0827 ext. 226 or by email at or simply fax the form to (813) 926-0829.

MyPasco APP also translates into 70 Languages. So if you use Spanish on your smartphone setting, the MyPasco APP will automatically translate into the language you use. Search for MyPasco or Pasco County at Google Play or Apple Stores.

SMARTstart Pasco Business Incubators is launching a new session of CO.STARTERS Beginning Tuesday, August 4, 2015, CO.STARTERS is a 9-week program that helps aspiring and seasoned entrepreneurs examine assumptions and turn business ideas into action.

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Mon 13 Yoga on the Lawn 6:30pm-7:30pm

Wed 1 Ranchers 10am - My Gym

Mon 20 Yoga on the Lawn 6:30pm-7:30pm

Fri 3 Rotary Club of Wesley Chapel Freedom Festival 4-9pm

Wed 22 Kids Club Presents Color Wheelz

Sat 4 Independence Day Mall Hours 10am-6pm (Department stores and restaurant hours may vary.)

Wed 29 Kids Club Presents Water Ventures

Wed 15 Ranchers 10am - Mr. Tommy

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Mon 6 Yoga on the Lawn 6:30pm-7:30pm Wed 8 Juggling Around the World Sun 12 Cruisin’ at Wiregrass Classic, Custom & New Car Show

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Mon 27 Yoga on the Lawn 6:30pm-7:30pm

AUGUST Mon 3 Yoga on the Lawn 6:30pm-7:30pm Wed 5 Kids Club Presents My Gym Mon 3 Yoga on the Lawn 6:30pm-7:30pm Wed 12 Kids Club Presents Energia Wellness Studio

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BUSINESS OF THE MONTH keeping the body functioning to its best. Most of these services are covered through insurance, so it makes staying healthy easier to budget if it costs only a copay. To compliment Dr. Ballinger’s practice, the Wellness Spa offers a full Menu of treatments for relaxation including Hot Stone Massage and healthful body treatments to address detox, cellulite, and joint pain. Judy Matheson, Licensed Esthetician with over 13 years experience , completes our wellness services by providing healthy and rejuvenating facial treatments. Her skincare line, Sanitas, is gluten-free and biogenic, offering nutrient-rich, natural ingredients. The combination of the Sanitas Skincare products with microdermabrasion, LED Light Therapy, chemical peels, and microcurrent stimulation are a winning combination when addressing acne, Rosacea, and anti-aging problems.

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ocated right here in the Seven Oaks Professional Park, Rosewood Healthcare & Wellness Spa is the office of Dr. Sheryl A. Ballinger, Chiropractic Physician. Dr. Ballinger has been a practicing chiropractic in the Tampa for over thirty years.

“I felt the needs of my patients had changed over the years; they were looking for something different than the traditional chiropractic office,” said Dr. Ballinger. The


office is so relaxing, patients are able to get the care they need and not feel rushed; most enjoy a Therapeutic Massage before or after their adjustment as part of their treatment program. Chiropractic care uses gentle, drug-free spinal adjustments to treat neuro-musculoskeletal conditions including back pain, neck pain, joint pain, and headaches. Dr. Ballinger’s staff of LMT’s also work to address the patient’s muscle spasms and tensions which are so helpful in

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Staying healthy means you have to be proactive in taking care of your body through regular chiropractic adjustments, massage, nutrition, and exercise. Listen to your body when you feel that twinge of pain, and don’t put off that treatment because you think it will go away. A problem addressed early can prevent it from becoming a chronic condition that prevents you from living a healthy, active lifestyle. Your spine and muscles are in it for the long haul and could use a little help to keep everything running great.

Dr. Ballinger accepts most major medical PPO insurance plans, as well as Auto Injury patients; she is a network provider for Blue Cross, Cigna, Humana, and First Health/ Coventry Insurance plans. For more information about our services, or if you have any questions about your insurance plan and what may be covered, give us a call at (813)991-5450 or visit: www.rosewoodwellnessspa. com Start your journey to better health today! Chiropractic: 5/$175. (reg. $225.) Massage: 5/$250. (reg $300.) Facials: 5/250. (reg $300.) The patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination, or treatment that is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted fee, or reduced fee service, examination, or treatment.

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Women from New Tampa and Wesley Chapel are welcome at all clubs.

Junior Woman’s Club of Wesley Chapel

Woman’s Club of New Tampa

During June, the club focused on One Voice for Children were we learned more about being a Guardian ad Litem advocate! The Florida Guardian ad Litem Program is a partnership of community advocates and professional staff providing a powerful voice on behalf of Florida’s abused and neglected children. We will learn more about the vital role volunteers play in the lives of abused and neglected children in our community.

• NEW BOARD MEMBERS On Wednesday May 29th, 2015 GFWC Woman’s Club of New Tampa installed their new board members.

Pictured from left to right: Debbie Ferri-GFWC Woman’s Club of New Tampa VP. Patricia Kaufman- GFWC Woman’s Club of New Tampa Treasurer. Carole Weaver - GFWC Florida President. Carmela Johnson - GFWC Woman’s Club of New Tampa Co-President. Ginger Lampi-GFWC Woman’s Club of New Tampa Co-President.

• SUMMER LUNCH SOCIALS GFWC Woman’s Club of New Tampa will be having a Summer Lunch Social June and July. Our regular monthly meetings will begin in August. Please feel free to join us. Bring your sister, mother, Aunt or friend and learn about our organization and what projects our club does for our community.

being the best in the state in our club size category. Our president, Jennifer Lee, received two prestigious honors - the Nancy Crawford Award and the Mary Ann Taylor Child Advocacy Award for her work with the RICH House in Sulphur Springs. We are very proud of our New Tampa Juniors and our volunteer spirit!

Our speaker will be Suzanne Cichon, Community Outreach Coordinator for the Pasco County Guardian ad Litem Program.

We welcome you to come find out more about the projects we do. Please come join us as we help serve our community!

New members are always welcome! For more information email us at: gfwclutzpascojwc@gmail. com; visit our webpage at: or like us on Facebook at: GFWCPascoJuniors Club meeting First Tuesday of the month - 6:30-8:15. Lexington Oaks Clubhouse & Community Center 26304 Lexington Oaks Boulevard, Wesley Chapel, FL 33544.

If you would like to know more about the New Tampa Junior Woman’s Club, please email us at vp_communications@gfwcnewtampajuniors. org or visit us at

• UPCOMING CLUB EVENTS: Our next two meetings are July 7th and August 4th. In July our focus will be in Arts and we will be doing a FUN activity at the meeting.

Juniorette Woman’s Club of New Tampa

The dates and locations of the social are: • June 17, 2015 Ciccio Cali@ 11:30 • July 15, 2015 Grillsmith @ 11:30 • August 19, 2015- 1st General MeetingStonewood Grill at 12pm. We will start meeting at the YMCA in September in the back room.

Junior Woman’s Club of New Tampa

The New Tampa Juniorettes just returned from their annual convention with some awards and 2 New Tampa members are now the new Florida Director of Juniorette Clubs and Florida Juniorette Sec/Treasurer.

The New Tampa Junior Woman’s club meets the second Monday of each month at 6:30pm at the New Tampa YMCA. The club is active from August through May. The New Tampa Juniors received a lot of recognition during the recent GFWC Florida’s spring convention. We won 6 first place awards for our service to the community in various categories. We also won a Junior Emmy for Page 12 | July 2015

All the GFWC New Tampa Juniorettes that attended the Juniorettes Annual Summer Meeting (JASM) in Fernandina Beach June 12-14. The GFWC New Tampa Juniorettes won the Joyce Johnston Junior/Juniorette Interaction Award along with various other awards.

In addition, a New Tampa Juniorette got selected for 1 of the 2 scholarships handed out.

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ROTARY OF NEW TAMPA & WESLEY CHAPEL New Tampa Morning Club Fridays at 7:15am. Tampa Palms Golf & Country Club. 5811 Tampa Palms Blvd

• ROTARY AT WORK The giant check represents $65,000 in total proceeds from various fundraising events that was dispersed to 27 different charitable organizations. All representing the Rotary Club of New Tampa.

Wesley Chapel Morning Club Fridays at 7:15am. Quail Hollow Golf & Country Club. 6225 Old Pasco Rd. Contact: Lynne Morgan. President 813-695-6466.

• JULY SPEAKERS July 3rd. No Rotary - Holiday weekend. July 10th. David Lambert. Withlacoochee River Electric Cooperative July 17th Carol Goebel, Accredited Cruise Counselor Trail Wind Travel July 24th Leja Apple, Miss St. Petersburg Former Miss Suncoast; Platform: Don’t Miss America

Pictured, are (left-to-right): Frank Moore, president, Brice Wolford, club administration chair, Eric Longphee, fundraising chair, and Connie Bladon, membership chair.

July 31st Kurt Browning, Superintendent Pasco County Schools

• PAST SPEAKERS Melinda Velez of United Way sharing the Stuff the Bus program.

Wesley Chapel Noon Club Wednesdays at 12pm. Stage Left in Land O Lakes. 24400 State Rd 54.

• 4TH ANNUAL FREEDOM FESTIVAL. Rotary Club of Wesley Chapel Noon Club is getting ready to host the 4th Annual Freedom Festival.

the center of Wesley Chapel at The Shops at Wiregrass. Former Rotarian and General Manager of The Shops at Wiregrass Greg Lenners founded Freedom Festival four years ago , and it has been the biggest fundraiser for the club ever since. Some of the highlights of Freedom Fest is the Little Miss & Mr. Firecracker Pageant, Bike Decorating Contest and Watermelon eating contest. The street will also be filled with vendors, various children activities and much more! The Big Grand Finale will be a Big Fireworks Show, sponsored by Land O Lakes Moving Company. Part of the proceeds raised goes directly to Support The Troops and also other charities and projects the club funds throughout the year!

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Jennifer Jackson & her son, Josiah, student of the month for May at WC Elementary.

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