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VOL.1, ISSUE 16 | JUNE 2013

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Kim Cagle, Lifestyle Director kcagle@hamptongolfclubs.com 813.777.5590 Paul V. Suppicich, HOA President psuppicich@verizon.net Grand Hampton Board of Directors President - Paul Suppicich Vice President - J eff Knowles Secretary - Dominic Kouffman Treasurer - Pam McDonald Director - Walter Stroud

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[ CLUB News ]

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Dear Neighbors and Friends, Please consider the following resources to learn more about Florida Homeowners Associations. Recommended Reading for Grand Hampton Homeowners Association Leaders www.caionline.org www.suncoastcai.com Coleman, Marlene M. and William Huss. Homeowners Association and You: the Ultimate Guide to Harmonious Community Living. Naperville, IL: Sphinx Pub., 2006. Coleman, Marlene M. and William Huss. Working with Your Homeowner's Association: a Guide to Effective Community Living. Naperville, IL: Sphinx Pub., an imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc., 2003. Dunbar, Peter M. and Marc W. Dunbar. The Homeowners Association Manual. Sarasota, FL: Pineapple Press, 2004. Dunbar, Peter M. and Charles F. Dudley. The Law of Florida Homeowners Associations: Single Family Subdivisions, Townhouse & Cluster Developments, Master Community Associations. Sarasota, FL: Pineapple Press, 2012. Comments, questions and suggestions from residents will be welcome at our upcoming Special Board meeting: Resident Forum on June 15, 2013 starting at 11:00 am. Truly yours, Paul V. Suppicich

CALENDAR June

Stroller Strides Tuesdays at 9:30 am For more information call Jenni Crafton 813-244-9251 Crafts by the Pool Every Monday at 10:30am

Games by the Pool Every Thursday at 10:30am Ladies’ Night @ the Club 4th Wednesday of each month 7 pm

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From the desk of the Lifestyle Director Summer is almost here as I sit at my desk and look out at the pool. There are many Grand Hampton residents enjoying some sunshine after school is out for the day. With only a few short weeks of school left, I wanted to remind everyone that children need to be accompanied by adults to the clubhouse/pool area for their safety. This summer we will have twice weekly activities for the children by the pool. On Mondays, at 10:30 am we will have crafts. It will be a quick easy craft for most ages. On Thursday at 10:30 am, there will be a game or fun contest for the children to participate in too. There will be no additional cost to you and no RSVP is needed. If it rains, we may move the activity into the aerobics room or under the pavilion depending on availability of the space. We will continue to have a family event each month, an adult event each month and a ladies club event each month. We are looking forward to fall to bring some sports related events to the property. With school out, please drive even more carefully. Stop by the pool on the weekends to enjoy something off of the hot dog cart. Have a wonderful summer. Kim Cagle Lifestyle Director

kcagle@hamptongolfclubs.com

813-777-5590

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Grand Hampt n Grand Hampton Lifestyle J U N E E V E N T S June 7th

June 19th

3 PM

7 PM

Last day of school ice cream party For ALL elementary, middle and high school students.

June 10th

Dinner club 1st planning meeting 7 PM

June 15th

GH Pool party/HOA resident forum

Social Club Planning meeting

June 26th

Ladies Night 7 PM

Place TBA

June 28th

Adults Only Dinner/Music by the Pool 7 PM

11 AM

Adult LIVE Trivia Night

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Crime Prevention Tips The Tampa Police Department urges residents to heed the following Crime Prevention Tips to keep their homes from being burglarized: • Do not leave valuables in your home unsecured (jewelry, coin collections, etc.). You may want to consider using a safety deposit box or a home safe that is hidden and secured with bolts attached to the foundation. • Keep shrubbery and fencing to a minimum to increase the visibility of your home. Keep your home adequately lit on the outside. If you have floodlights and motion sensor lights, make sure they are in working order. • Consider an alarm system that is audible, monitored, and has both motion and breaking glass sensors. • Lock all doors and windows on your home and use auxiliary locks, especially on sliding glass doors. • Participate in Operation Inventory. Keep a copy of your inventory, receipts and pictures of valuables in a separate location with family, friends or in a safety deposit box. Find the form at www. tampagov.net/police, or call the crime prevention team at 813-9316541 to have one mailed to you. • Call 9-1-1 if you see or hear anything suspicious. Many times barking dogs and the sounds of breaking glass are ignored and not reported. Even someone loitering around backyards or driveways who is unfamiliar should be reported to police. • Never feel like you are being a bother. Police would much rather respond to a false alarm call than to end up taking a crime report later. • Get to know your neighbors and what vehicles they drive so you know when someone may be out of place on their property. • Join the Neighborhood Watch Group in your area.

Dr. Suess Book Party and Book Swap

Louie’s Hot Dog Cart-

he can be found at the pool weekends all summer.

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[ CLUB News ]

June 2013

MONDAY

TUESDAY

Happy Father's Day!

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SAT./SUN.

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6:30pm Board Meeting 9:30am Stroller Strides (Clubhouse) (Clubhouse) 10:30am Crafts by the pool

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9:30am Community Relations Committee (Conference room) 7:00pm Crime Watch (Conference room) 10:30am Crafts by the pool

9:30am Stroller Strides (Clubhouse) 6:00pm Building and Grounds Committee (Conference room)

6:30pm Scouts (Aerobics room) 10:30am Games by the pool

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6 2:00pm CDD Meeting (Conference room) 6:30pm Scouts (Aerobics room) 10:30am Games by the pool

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Last day of school ice cream party at 3pm

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Dinner club 1st planning meeting at 7pm 10:30am Crafts by the pool

9:30am Stroller Strides (Clubhouse)

6:30pm Westin Manor (Conference room)

GH Pool party/HOA resident forum at 11am

6:00pm Lake Hampton Meeting (Conference room) 6:30pm Scouts (Aerobics room) 10:30am Games by the pool

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17 18 19 20 21 22 6:30pm Design Review 9:30am Stroller Strides (Conference room) (Clubhouse) 10:30am Crafts by the pool

10:00am Finance Committee (Conference room) Social Club Planning meeting at 7pm

6:30pm Scouts (Aerobics room) 10:30am Games by the pool

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24 25 26 27 28 29 10:30am Crafts by the pool

9:30am Stroller Strides (Clubhouse)

Ladies Night 7pm place TBA

10:30am Games by the pool

Adults only dinner/music by the pool 7pm

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Coming next month in July! 3rd: 4th of July crafts and cupcakes by the pool 4 pm 10th: Little girl Spa party 6 pm 24th: Ladies Night 7pm TBA 27th : Adult Night Out 7 pm TBA 6

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RESIDENT STORY

Cameron Panesso of those 200 summer course students are invited to enroll as full-time students in SAB's 10-month Winter Term. (The Winter Term enrollment includes approximately 500 students ranging from age 6 to 18.) Some 60 intermediate and advanced Winter Term students (typically 14 years old or older) reside in the School's onsite residence hall, which is located in the same building as SAB's Lincoln Center-based teaching facilities. The School of American Ballet's mission is to train young dancers for professional careers in ballet. It is the

official academy of New York City Ballet, recruiting and training over 95% of the company's dancers. Approximately 20 students per year sign contracts with New York City Ballet and other professional dance companies around the U.S. and abroad. Cameron's goal this summer is to be selected to the winter term and if accepted she will be living in NYC for the school year while attending SAB’s ballet program. Becoming an NYCB ballerina is her DREAM! Cameron is seeking

sponsorship or donations to help her with the cost of tuition to allow her to pursue her passion for the art of dance. She plans to send periodic updates on her progress. If you have any questions or need any additional information, please contact panesso.smith@gmail. com for more information.

Cameron Panesso, an eighth grade National Junior Honor Society student at Bartels Middle School, is pursuing her dream of becoming a professional ballet dancer. She began her dance training at New Tampa Dance Theatre (NTDT) when she was three years old. While training with NTDT, she has performed annually in the spring production recitals and the previous three Dance Theatre of Tampa (DTT) concerts. Most recently, she was featured in a duet in Sleeping Beauty. I have also performed in numerous roles in the annual production of the Nutcracker most recently Lead Russian, and Clara. For the past two summers she has been fortunate enough to attend the School of American Ballet in NYC. This year she auditioned for a 3rd time and was honored to be accepted again. Every year over 2,000 aspiring ballet dancers from around the world audition for the School of American Ballet and just over 200 are invited to attend the school's five-week summer program. Approximately 30 8

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BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT

Communication Corner and More!, Inc. is an individually owned private practice, established in 2007 by Speech-Language Pathologist, Jill Vought. With two locations, Communication Corner and More! Inc. offers a wide variety of diagnostic and therapeutic services for children, adolescents, and adults. Their clinics provide comprehensive speech therapy, occupational therapy and physical therapy services. In addition, we now offer tutoring services for math and reading. Staffed by certified, licensed therapists and teachers, they specialize in providing individualized evaluations and developing treatment plans designed to meet the needs of individuals and their families. A new office location opened in March to expand their services. The newest location is conveniently located in Windfair Professional Center across the street from the new Florida Hospital in Wesley Chapel. Appointments are available now and throughout the summer. Jill invites any parent who suspects their child may have a problem will call for an appointment to have their child assessed. The key to success is to seek help as early as possible. Free developmental screenings are now being offered to celebrate the grand opening of the Wesley Chapel office! These developmental screenings last

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Right Fit™ Foundation Scholarship Winners Congratulations to this year's scholarship winners!

We are extremely excited to announce that we were able to give away, not only our main $5,000 prize, but also four $1,000 prizes - totaling $9,000 this year. We hope to do even more next year! The scholarship will be a one time (non-renewable) award of $5,000. A student must ultimately be admitted to and attend an accredited four year college or university, because the funds will be paid directly to the university.

Cameron Jeffords $1,000 Scholarship Winner Hillsborough High School Intended Major - Mechanical Engineering

Lauren Sprague $1,000 Scholarship Winner Sunlake High School Intended Major - Biomedical Science

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COMMUNITY News

Create a Butterfly

Garden

Here are the Basics Compiled by Dr. Jaret C. Daniels, Entomology and Nematology, University of Florida

Garden Design Provide a combination of adult nectar sources and larval host plants: attracts maximum variety of butterfly species; encourages butterflies to remain in your yard, reproduce, and build populations instead of just passing through; allows gardener to appreciate all life stages. Incorporate native plants into the landscape whenever possible: most larval host plants are natives. They're adapted to the region, will produce a small but representative extension of the natural ecosystem,

Components of a Successful Butterfly Garden A well-planned butterfly garden becomes a small but representative sample of the surrounding habitat and as such provides a safe haven for butterflies and other wildlife to gather, seek shelter, acquire food and water, and reproduce.

USF BOTANICAL GARDENS 15th ANNUAL

BUTTERFLY, HERB, & NATIVE PLANT FAIR JUNE 8th & 9th Saturday 10AM to 4, Sunday 10 AM to 3.

Butterfly Gardening and Herb growing tips

Admission: $5 for general public

Vendors selling butterfly plants, herbs, and native plants

Children 12 and under: Free All proceeds support the USF Botanical Gardens

Florida Bat Conservancy

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Children’s Activity Area

Workshops Saturday 

Florida Bat Conservation talk at 1100

Butterfly Garden tour and talk, Noon

Growing Herbs at 1:00

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and can attract other wildlife. Choose plants that have different heights and growth habits to appeal to a greater diversity of butterfly species; provides shelter; creates levels/strata of feeding opportunities. Aim for a consistent host plant and floral venue throughout the growing season: choose plants that have different blooming times; ensures that garden remains attractive and productive as long as possible; provides food for butterflies during periods of low natural availability. Provide a number of different flower colors: different butterfly species are attracted to different flower colors so include yellow, orange, white, and blue flowers as well as reds, pinks, and purples. Provide a mix of flower shapes: the feeding behavior and proboscis length of a butterfly dictate which flowers will be visited: long-tubed flowers, for example are typically more accessible to species with long probosces whereas many composites (daisy-like flowers) provide a feeding platform and easy nectar accessibility for smaller species. Plant in shade as well as full sun: appeals to more butterfly species; many forest species prefer shadier locations. Plant in groupings: are aesthetically pleasing; provide masses of color; are more apparent in landscape; allow larvae to locate additional food resources in event of shortage. Choose appropriate plants for each location: understand each plan's basic water, light, and soil requirements so it will perform and grow to its maximum potential.

For more information call (813) 974-2329 or check our website: http://gardens.usf.edu

Garden Maintenance Give new plants a good start: water and mulch new plantings to insure firm establishment. 12

Fertilize: a regular fertilizing regiment will produce maximum growth and flower production. Avoid pesticide application when possible: all butterfly life history stages are very sensitive to pesticides; avoid Bacillus thuringiensis; when pest problem arises treat it locally; use beneficial insects/natural enemies. Learn to identify the butterfly species in your garden: provides greater enjoyment; allows for gardener to "plant" for particular local species. Benefits of Butterfly Gardening Attract wildlife: bring butterflies and other wildlife into your garden for purposes of enjoyment, observation, study, and photography. Ecosystem/habitat conservation: a well-planned butterfly garden becomes a small, but representative sample of the surrounding habitat and as such provides a safe haven for butterflies and other wildlife to gather, seek shelter, acquire food and water, reproduce and build populations; do not underestimate the importance of even a small garden. Practical benefits: Use of native plants: hardy and drought-tolerant, disease/pest resistant, adapted to region so perform better under local conditions. Food for natural enemies: healthy butterfly populations attract and sustain healthy populations of beneficial insects/organisms as well as provide food for birds, lizards, mammals, etc. which in turn help control garden pests; most butterfly nectar sources also attract beneficial insects. Plant diversity: less susceptible to pests/individual plants less apparent in landscape; large number of microclimates provide home/shelter for other insects including beneficials. Therapeutic: provide a soothing retreat from everyday life!

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Homemade Natural Insect Repellent Spray Warmer weather brings out the insects, and no one enjoys the stings and bites from these critters, so here is a natural insect repellent for mosquitoes, biting flies, gnats and no-see-ums. If you are heading outside for picnics, sporting events, yard work, or relaxing on the patio, chances are you’ve seen a bug or two already. While covering up is the best option for decreasing bug bites, it’s not realistic. After all… summer in Florida is HOT! Some have boycotted poisonous DEET bug repellents in favor of essential oil solutions, with great success!

Consider This…

The more you educate yourself about DEET and other chemicals, the more proactive you’ll be about finding better alternatives. Thank goodness for the power of essential oils and their ability to deter bugs! Before you get desperate and spray on commercial bug sprays (that may contain some nasty chemicals), take some time to consider the better alternative; a natural bug repellent that smells wonderful, is effective, and takes only minutes to whip up. Different oils repel different bugs, so it’s best to use a combination of essential oils to ward off several types of biters. Don’t let a fear of being eaten alive keep you inside this summer. Instead, invest in a few hard-hitting essential oils and test out this natural alternative to chemical sprays.

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Ingredients: 2 tablespoons of witch hazel 2 tablespoons of one or a combination of the following: grapeseed oil, jojoba oil, almond oil, olive oil, or neem oil (which contains natural insecticidal compounds) ½ teaspoon grain alcohol as preservative (if not already using) 100-110 drops essential oils Sample Bug-Repelling Essential Oil Blend: 55 drops lemon eucalyptus (reported by the CDC to be a good natural substitution for DEET in repelling insects, but not recommended for use on children under 3 yrs.) 15 drops cedarwood 15 drops lavender 15 drops rosemary Directions: Add carrier liquids to small spray bottle (3 or 4 oz. works well so there is room for shaking). Add essential oils. Shake well before each use. Natural bug repellent will need to be reapplied every few hours for maximum effectiveness. GRAND HAMPTON NEWS / JUNE 2013

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Tortellini Strawberry Apple Salad Perfect for Summer! Ingredients 6 Tbs. frozen concentrated apple juice 6 Tbs. agave nectar or dark honey 2 tsp. apple cider vinegar 4 tsp. brown sugar 1/4 tsp. garlic salt Dash pepper 2 pkg. frozen cheese tortellini (9 oz.) 4 C. chopped green apples 4 C. shredded romaine lettuce 2 C. of sliced fresh strawberries 1/4 C. thin sliced celery 1/4 C. sliced green onions 2 Tbs. walnuts Directions Combine apple juice concentrate, agave or honey, apple cider vinegar, brown sugar, garlic salt and pepper. Cover and refrigerate. Cook the cheese tortellini according to package directions. Drain and cool thoroughly. In large mixing bowl combine tortellini and remaining ingredients. Toss gently with apple juice dressing and serve immediately. Variation: You can also make this salad with bow tie or shell pasta.

Important Numbers Animal Control.......................................................................................................................................................................................(813) 744-5660 Bus Trans, HARTline.............................................................................................................................................................................(813) 254-4278 Crisis Hotline.............................................................................................................................................................................................(813) 234-1234 Environmental Protection..................................................................................................................................................................(813) 627-2600 Grand Hampton Community Development District........................................................................................................................................................................................................(813) 933-5571 Grand Hampton Front Gate...............................................................................................................................................................(813) 907-9047 Grand Hampton Homeowners Association ............................................................................................................................................................................................(813) 973-8368 Hills Co.Information............................................................................................................................................................................. (813) 272-5900 Hills. Co. Solid Waste........................................................................................................................................................................... (813) 272-5680 Humane Society......................................................................................................................................................................................(813) 876-7138 Hurricane Information......................................................................................................................................................................... (813) 272-5900 Peoples Gas.............................................................................................................................................................................................1-877-832-6747 Red Cross (Hillsborough)..................................................................................................................................................................... (813) 251-0921 Resident Emergency Information & Assistance...........................................................................................................................................................................................(813) 272-6900 Sheriff....................................................................................................................................................................................................... (813) 247-8200 Suicide Crisis Hotline.............................................................................................................................................................................(813) 234-1234 SWFWMD Emergency After-Hours .................................................................................................................................................. (352) 796-7211 Florida Hospital W.C. ..........................................................................................................................................................................(813) 929-5000 Tampa Fire and Rescue.......................................................................................................................................................................... (813) 274-7011 Tampa Police............................................................................................................................................................................................ (813) 231-6130 Tampa Water............................................................................................................................................................................................ (813) 274-8811 TECO........................................................................................................................................................................................................ (813) 223-0800 14

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New Tampa Wildcats

Join The Tri-County Youth Football & Cheer Conference (TCYFCC)

For the past 9 months members of the New Tampa Wildcats (NTW) Board of Directors have been searching for a new local conference that addresses the challenges of playing football and cheering in Florida. “We were looking for a conference that understands and accommodates the Florida climate, school schedule and the love we have for football and cheerleading.” Said NTW

President Edward Khatskelevich “We are proud to announce that the Tri-County Youth Football and Cheer Conference (TCYFCC) is a perfect fit for NTW organization.” Below are some of the key points that made TCYFCC the right home for the Wildcats: • Freedom of choice. There are no geographical team boundaries. Play where you choose. The main

objective is for the children to have fun, learn, play and be happy! • Lower minimum player per team requirements allow for smaller teams and provide a better learning environment for our children. • Our season begins in July instead of August. The earlier start allows for more flexibility in making up rained out practices or scheduling vacations. The earlier start insures the players will have time to receive the needed conditioning and training before the Jamboree. • Up to 30 hours of preseason conditioning is permitted to help get the players back in “football shape”. The Registration for the 2013 season is OPEN and we will start in practices in June! • Wildcats families love

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football and cheer. The TCYFCC encourages participation in offseason bowl games, tournaments and cheer competitions. We will be able to participate in the Game Day of Champions at Raymond James Stadium and many other events. For more information on the New Tampa Wild Cats, visit www.ntwildcats.org or email info@ntwildcats.org

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• Humility • Respect • Self-confidence Grand Master Jae Hak Lee •Commitment • 2010 Appointed U.S. National Demonstration Team Director • Leadership Skills • Responsibility • Saudi Arabian National Team Head Coach (1978 to 1990) • USA National Head of Team 1st Mexico • Self-Esteem •Open Persistence • USA National Head of Team 3rd World University Games Referee •Physical • inDiscipline Chairman fitness of 3rd world University Games Mexico •

Referee of 5th world Tae Kwon do Championship in Denmark

Referee chairman of 1st Mexico Open in Acapulco

Jury in 2000 Sydney Olympic Games; Qualifying Tournament

Director of Tae Kwon Do Sunshine State Games for ten years

2000 Jr. Olympic in Tae Kwon Do; Tournament Director

• Best Coach Award in 7th world Tae Kwon Do Championship It is time to invest in you and your children’s future! • Lecturer in 15th International Referee Seminar in Spain

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STATUS/AVG $

MARCH 2013

APRIL 2013

ACTIVE LISTINGS Average List Price PENDING LISTINGS Average List Price SOLD LISTINGS Average Sold Price

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