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A Community Newsletter for Hunter's Green Residents

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VOL. 2, ISSUE 7 | JULY 2012


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Swimmer’s Ear, Spring Break: April 10th Poison Ivy, Memorial Day Picnic: May 21st Back To School Physical: July 1st

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Publisher’s Letter: Congratulations to Shannon Staniford for finding June's hidden picture. It was a baseball that was hidden in the Shops at Wiregrass ad on page 26. Shannon won a $25 gift certificate to Applebee's. For July's issue, the hidden picture is a firecracker. July's winner will receive two admission passes to MOSI. Awesome! So, get your entries in. Send to Ann@ycnpub. com. Drawing will be held on July 20th. We are receiving such great pictures of children, families, nature and wildlife. Please consider sending in group shots from parties, special events and celebrations. 4th of July should

yield some good ones. Send to If your picture is chosen for the cover, you will receive two admission passes to MOSI as well. The winner of July's cover is Shannon Arnett. Shannon received a $25 gift card to Applebee's. Remember, all pictures are posted on the HG News Facebook page. Check them out at www.facebook. com/YCNhuntersgreen. We are running a contest on facebook for the community with the most "likes". So bring it on, Hunter's Green!

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[ CLUB News ]

H UN T ER ’S G R EEN Country Club

2 1 0 2 p m a C s ie it v ti c A Summer H UN T ER ’S G R EEN N EWS

Come join Hunter’s Green Country Club for a summer filled with excitement. We offer a variety of amazing activities for campers ages 5 to 12 years old.


Daily swimming, music, wii, group games, movies, arts n’ crafts & much more. Afternoon snack included! • WEEKLY FIELD TRIPS!

(Additional fees will be applied and will be based on group rates. Exact locations, dates, guests & costs will be announced in May. Children must attend field trips). Camp Hours, Discounts & Rates:

• Discount when registered for two (2) consecutive weeks $20 savings (one per child, per summer) • Attend 9 weeks of camp and enjoy a complimentary 10th week. • Enjoy a 10% discount for each

additional child in the family during the same week. Weekly rates only! One Time Registration Fee: A one time only $40 registration fee is required for each child. • The first 60 children who register receive a Hunter’s Green backpack and t-shirt. • You can print the registration packet at under Amenities. • Camp registration folder must be completed & submitted before your child’s spot is guaranteed. •Lunch is not included in the price, however, campers may purchase lunch provided by the club for $5 or bring a bagged lunch. Regular Care Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm Cost: Members $45/Daily or $175/Weekly Guest $55/Daily or $205/Weekly Extended Care Hours

(Weekly Rates Only): 7:00am-6:00pm Cost: Members $210/Weekly Guest $260/Weekly • You can print the registration packet towards volunteer hours needed. The at under first 20 junior counselors who register Amenities. • Summer camp begins Monday, June and have been accepted will receive a CIT T-shirt. Please ask for a position 11, 2012. • 7-day written cancellation policy is in description for more information. Must register for a minimum of 2 effect. • Payment is due on the Monday of each weeks. Discounts do not apply. Cost: Registration Fee $30. Member session. $110/Weekly, Guest $135/Weekly Counselor-in-Training Program

Camper’s 12-15 years old who are ready to take on more responsibility, new challenges and develop leadership skills, can attend camp as a Counselorin-Training at a discounted rate. Background requirements must be met and interviews will be held. *Does count

Sunday August 19th

Open to the public, club members and their guests!


Open to the public, club members and their guests!

Part of our ClubCorp Charity Classic Weekend! Friday, August 17th • 7pm • Main Clubhouse $25 per person with proceeds to benefit Aisy's Angels to find a cure for Pediatric Cancer, MDA, ClubCorp Employee Relief Fund Reservations required by registering online No member accounts will be accepted for payment Main Clubhouse number: 813.973.1000

Dress up as your favorite rock star!

Enjoy heavy hors d'oeurves, drink specials and much more as we rock the house with with DJ John spinning your favorite tunes while you sing your favorite songs! Participants will be part of the fun and the entertainment for the evening!

1:30 pm Golf Tournament Shotgun Start Enjoy a great time on the course followed by a BBQ Dinner as we raise money for three great causes including Aisy's Angels (to fight Pediatric Cancer), MDA and the ClubCorp Employee Partner Care Foundation!!! The cost for the event is $45 per person. To participate, you must register online at No member accounts will be accepted for payment. Appropriate Golf Attire ; no denim please For questions, please call the Golf Proshop at 813.973.1700 HG NEWS

For more information please call Sarah Hays, Director of Youth Programs 813-973-4220 or Sarah. 18050 Hunter’s Oak Court Tampa, FL 33647. v

This great event supports three very worthy causes a great way to give back and have a ROCKIN great time! A special thank you to Jeff Cobb, our Charity Classic Weekend Champion and our Special Events and Charity Committee for their continued efforts to make this weekend a success! July 2012


H UN T ER ’S G R EEN Country Club

Tennis HSummer UN T ER ’S G R EEN N EWS Camp Tennis Instruction

Summer Tennis Campers will save $20 for signing up for 2 consecutive weeks. Discounts are available for siblings! Morning warm ups and stretching begin the day, and then it’s on to the courts with the Hunter’s Green Certified USPTA Tennis Professionals. Instruction and drills on tennis fundamentals are stressed each morning for all levels. Players move from court to court learning the planned “Stroke of the Day”. Complimentary Gatorade breaks are provided to help ease the Florida sun. On -Court Games, Contests and Tournaments

Players exercise their skills with on-court activities. We combine all levels of players for fun and spirited matches. Weekly, Teams

will vie for the coveted team Davis Cup Awards: “Most Improved”, “Sportsmanship” and “Dr. Dirt”. First Session Starts June 11th!

Full Day Program

Calling All Candidates for Board of Directors A meeting of the Voting Representatives is being called for August 14th at 7:00 pm at the Hunter’s Green Country Club for the purpose of electing theBoard of Directors who will serve the Association from October 1st, 2012

Ages 7 & Up 9 am – 2 p.m. Cost per Session $190 Member $210 Guest Lunch not included

through September 30th, 2013. If you are interested in being considered as a candidate for the MasterAssociation Board of Directors, please complete a candidateform and return it to the HGCA office (9456 Highland Oak Drive). Allcandidates must be

Half Day Program

Ages 4 – 6 9 am – 12:30 p.m. (6 camper minimum) Cost Per Session $100 Member $120 Guest Lunch not included

property owners within Hunter’s Green and must benominated by a Voting Representative at a duly called meeting. Copies of the candidate forms will be distributed to the Voting Representativesand will be maintained in the

For registration or more information contact the Tennis & Athletic Center or Coach Paul Allen at 973-4220. v

HGCA office for review by all propertyowners. For more information, please contact Association Manager, Ann Johnson, at 991-4818 or

Contact Private Event Director, Casey Gorman at 813.482.0299 6

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[ CLUB News ]

Let Freedom Ring by John Hilker, General Manager our members will enjoy a poolside party with music, games, food and fun! The summer months are the perfect time to join a country club to call your own. Why not make it Hunter’s Green Country Club? Call our Membership Director, Colleen Sowerby, 813-482-0300 or colleen. today for more information! Membership has it’s privileges!

The month of July in Florida is certainly no picnic. It’s hot, sticky, 100% humidity, but the good thing is there are plenty of ways to beat the heat during those dog days of summer. Hunter’s Green Country Club offers your family an array of “fun in the sun” activities that is sure to


please. We have several children’s programs including swim team, swim lessons and an abundance of camps including activities, tennis and golf. For our big 4th of July celebration, John Hilker

Come and be a part of the family of members at Hunter’s Green Country Club. We have affordable family membership plans that include all the amenities that you could want; to entertain, exercise, play tennis, youth programs for your children and golf! All available inside your community's gates without having to contend with Bruce B. Downs traffic to enjoy!!! Best of all, as the hot months of

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the summer are upon us, we have a junior olympic size swimming pool with a separate children’s pool for those lazy days of summer. Our social membership category includes all the dining privileges of the Main Club and at our Tennis and Athletic Center and access to the pool. Can’t you just see you and your family by our pool and the lake with a cold drink in your hand enjoying family time? Call me for details. All membership levels afford discounts to summer camps, after care and much more for you and your family. I look forward to touring you around our club inside your community. 813482-0300 or colleen. sowerby@ourclub. com.v Colleen Sowerby


[ COMMUNITY News ] Relay For Life 2012 Rocks New Tampa With $115,000 Raised On May 18th & May 19th New Tampa Relay For Life held their annual fundraising event at Wharton High School. It was an exciting evening as New Tampa showed their community support and exceeded their goal raising over $115,000 with 49 Teams and 620 Participants. Pride Elementary was the Top Fundraising Team with over $9,300 raised. Opening ceremony began at 6 pm as Sharon Gates, Event Chair, stated,


New Tampa Relay opening ceremony

"While each of us has a unique reason for being here, we all have something very much in common – We want to make a difference in the fight against cancer”. Bill Holster, Team Development Chair, said, “New Tampa, because of your support of Relay for Life, the American Cancer Society is able to saves lives by helping people stay well and get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back." After the Opening Ceremony the Cancer survivors walked the first lap with caregivers following in the second lap. All the teams joined in on the third lap symbolizing, "We support you and we are behind you." The survivors and caregivers

were then celebrated with a dinner provided by Olive Garden and dessert from Baker's Gallery. The track was lined with luminarias as the ceremony began. “Our track is illuminated by luminarias. They represent people, and each has a name and a story to tell. They are our mothers, our fathers, our sisters, our brothers, our sons, our daughters, our friends, and our loved ones. As they glow through the night, they represent our shared vision for a cancer-free future.” It was a fun filled night with Carmen Malouf, Activities Chair, leading the entertainment which included Brittany Brown, Danielle Johnson, The Roger Barnes Band and DJ Glen Rand. There were Pilates, Zumba, theme laps and games

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throughout the night. At the closing ceremony the following morning, Sharon Gates, Event Chair stated, "What a wonderful night. We celebrated our survivors & caregivers, We honored and remembered our loved ones with an amazing luminaria ceremony; and we will forever claim our theme of "Journey To The Cure – Don’t Stop Believing." Thank You New Tampa for your community support of Relay For Life. If you wish to form a team, be a volunteer, participant or sponsor for the New Tampa Relay For Life 2013 please contact Michelle Rossi at or 813319-5917. Please visit our website at c


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Maya Patel, an 8th grader had the proud honor of representing Tampa, and the state of Florida at the National Geographic Bee held in Washington D.C. on May 22nd. The National Geographic Bee is a nationwide contest in which over 4 million students participate. The students have to be well-versed in a variety of subjects in addition to being experts on maps. For example, students were asked “In January 2012, experts announced that a new island had formed as a result of underwater volcanic activity. This new island is located in the Red Sea west of what country that borders Saudi Arabia?” The correct answer, in case you didn’t know, is Yemen. Maya’s journey to Washington started several months ago, when her school administered the school bee in November 2011. Every student in 6th, 7th and 8th grade took part in it, which comes out to over 1,100 students. After several rounds of elimination, Maya became the school champion. Next, she took a written test, which had 70 questions, and she competed against the school bee winner of every school in Florida that chose to participate. From around 900 schools that took part, only 100 are invited to Jacksonville to compete in the state bee. In Jacksonville, after several hours of intense questioning, Maya was crowned the State bee winner. At this time, she received a trophy, a $100 Gift certificate and many other prizes. She also won a free all expense trip to Washington

D.C. for her and her teacher, as well as two plane tickets for her parents. Six weeks later, it was time to go to Washington D.C. Maya has spent many years studying for this contest and dreaming of coming to the Nationals. There were 54 students invited to the National. After the first round of questioning, Maya had only missed one, so she had an 8 out of 9. Then she moved to next round, which was even more difficult. The rounds continued until they had the top 10 students, Maya finished at 13. She was a bit sad about that, but certainly still very thrilled to be representing Liberty Middle School at our nation’s capital. The rest of the trip was very exciting, a lot of siteseeing and the highlight was a chance to meet Alex

Trebek, who was the moderator for the final rounds, which were shown on National TV. The experience was enhanced by the fact that she was escorted to Washington DC by one of her favorite teachers, Ms. Questell. Her other favorite, Mr. Meshbesher was not able to attend. What a way to end her 3 years at Liberty! v

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Local Business Owner Attends Business Forward Council at the White House by Patricia Cardona I feel so lucky that I was one of the attendees at Business Council and Business Forward Florida Nature Coast Business Leaders' Briefing at the White House. As a small business owner, it was a great, unique and once-in-alifetime experience! This gave me the opportunity to network with several business owners from Tampa, as well as White House officials. Included


in such an insightful group was the City of Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn, the President of the Pasco Hernando Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Rocio Paulsen and the President elect Elena McCullough. During the briefing at the Eisenhower Executive office building I learned very interesting things about the new health care laws, health insurance, taxes and much more. For example, I learned that If you have up to 25 employees, pay average annual wages below $50,000, and provide health insurance, you may qualify for a small business tax credit of up to 35% (up to 25% for non-profits) to offset the cost of your insurance. This will bring down

the cost of providing insurance. Also I learned that the new health care law forces insurance companies to play by the rules, prohibiting them from dropping your coverage if you get sick, billing you into bankruptcy because of an annual or lifetime limit or discriminating against anyone with a pre-existing condition. SelectUSA was also a theme of discussion at the briefing. It is a government-wide initiative to encourage, facilitate, and accelerate business investment in the United States by both domestic and foreign firms to create jobs, spur economic growth, and promote American competitiveness. Also discussed was the ‘Startup America’ program which is the White House initiative to celebrate, inspire, and accelerate high-growth entrepreneurship throughout the nation. Some of the Administration participants at the briefing were: · Steve Olson, Executive Director, Select USA, U.S. Department of Commerce- · Sol Ross, Director of Business Outreach, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services- · Portia Wu, Special Assistant to the President and Workforce Policy, White House Domestic Policy Council· Ali Zaidi, Policy Advisor, White House

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Domestic Policy Council- · Chris Vein, Deputy Chief Technology Officer of Government Innovation, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy- · Jon Carson, Director, White House Office of Public Engagement In a nutshell it was a great experience were we all had the opportunity to participate in an open dialogue with government officials. During the event we had the opportunity to share proposals and ideas, I think it is amazing that the current administration is focusing on helping small business owners grow through new mechanisms and incentives, and takes the time to listen to us. At the core of Business Forward's activities are a series of roundtables and briefings taking place around the country and in Washington, DC. In the first half of 2012, more than 2000 local business leaders from 500 cities have traveled to the White House to brief the President's economic advisers. Business Forward also supports programming in 45 cities across more than 30 states. Patricia Cardona is the owner of Big Frog Custom T-Shirts and More, located at 24830 State Road 54. 813-909-9235. v


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[ SCHOOL News ] Wharton High School 20150 Bruce B. Downs Tampa, FL 33647 (813) 631-4710 WEB:

Hunter’s Green Elementary School 9202 Highland Oak Drive Tampa, FL 33647 (813) 973-7394 WEB: .

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Graduates this year from 5th grade at Hunters Green Elementary

PTA/PTSA Award winners for New Tampa schools

County Awards for New Tampa Schools Hunter's Green Elementary, Benito Middle, and Wharton High all were recognized with numerous competitive awards at the recent Hillsborough County PTA/PTSA Awards Luncheon, held at Lowry Park on May 30th. John Sanders of Benito Middle School was named Hillsborough County Middle School Principal of the Year and Bradley Woods of Wharton High School was named Hillsborough County High School Principal of the Year. Woods also received the award in 2011. Hunter's Green Elementary's PTA was named Hillsborough County Elementary School PTA of the Year and Wharton's PTSA was named Hillsborough County High School PTSA of the Year. The High School Student of the Year award went to Wharton's Joseph Wolf. Other awards to the three schools included the following: Elementary Newsletter - Hunter's Green Middle School Website - Benito High School Outstanding Program - Wharton, "5K & One Mile Family Fun Run" High School Instructional Support Person of the Year - Amy French, Wharton Middle School Person of the Year - Brandie Villano, Benito Communications Excellence - Hunter's Green, Benito, Wharton School Volunteering Excellence - Hunter's Green, Benito High School PTSA Student Involvement - Wharton All elementary, middle, and high schools in Hillsborough County are eligible for the awards. Bradley Woods of Wharton High ALSO, Hunter's Green Elementary student Gabby Meyers was recognized School and John Sanders of Benito with a National Award of Merit for her film entry in the 2011-12 Reflections competition. Middle School Thank You Breakfast for our volunteers - Sharon Hineline our outgoing PTA president

Hunter’s Green Elementary School Wanted: Must love Children! Hunter's Green Elementary School is looking for Lunchroom Aides. This is a paid position from 10:00-1:00 Monday-Friday. Please call Faye at 813-973-7394 if your are interested in joining our great school this fall.

5th grade field trip to Legoland

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From Hunter’s Green Elementary PTA: “We hope everyone has a great summer break!”


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Benito PTSA Executive Board 2012–2013 The following were elected to serve as the Executive Board of the Benito PTSA for the 2012–2013 school year: President – Sharon Hineline VP Hospitality – Tammy Willman

Congratulations to the Winners of the Benito Relay for Life Talent Show! 1st - Antonique Brown (vocals) 2nd - Gabby Paul and Bailey Rhodes (dance routine) 3rd - Kristina Nash (vocals) v

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Girl Scouts of West Central Florida Girl Scout Gold Awards Reception Girl Scouts of West Central Florida (GSWCF) celebrated the 45 Girl Scouts who received their Girl Scout Gold Awards – the highest award in Girl Scouting – at a reception held in their honor on June 9th at the Museum of Science and Industry in Tampa.

Cub Scouts from Pack 801’s Webelos 1 den (entering fourth grade in the fall) and their siblings celebrate the end of the school year with a bowling party.

This year’s Girl Scout Gold Award recipients completed projects focused on a variety of community issues that will have a lasting impact, including bringing awareness to the plight in Northern Uganda, creating memory books for foster kids, raising awareness about pet obesity and texting while driving, developing reading programs for younger children, and planting 5,000 salt marsh plugs, just to name a few. v

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA Cub Scouts from Pack 801, which meets at Hunter’s Green Elementary School during the school year, are enjoying a fun and activity-filled summer, including launching rockets, tubing down the Rainbow River, and geocaching – an outdoor “treasure hunt” where our Scouts will search for a hidden geocache using GPS technology. Grade-specific dens are also planning fun activities that will help the boys earn Scout achievements too. For example, Webelos Scouts will visit the Crystal Springs Nature Preserve in Zephyrhills to complete a

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conservation project that will help them earn their World Conservation Badge. Webelos are boys entering fourth and fifth grade in the fall who are transitioning from Cub Scouts (elementary-aged Scouts) to Boy Scouts (middle and high school ages). While at Crystal Springs, the boys will pull invasive plants from the Hillsborough River under the supervision of the nature preserve staff. They will also learn about our local water system, wildlife, and ecosystems. Learn more about Cub Scout Pack 801 on its website at http:// or contact John Forman at john.forman@ or 813-758-4398. v

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Assistant Professor at the College of Nursing at USF. Dr Verve is certified in Internal and Geriatric Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Board Certified internal MediCine & GeriatriCs


WE DELIVER. Florida Medical Clinic is pleased to announce our new Obstetrics and Gynecology Department.

M. Gerard Jackson, MD Santo Paniello, MD

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Comprehensive obstetrical services | Pelvic organ prolapse Urinary incontinence | Annual well woman exams Pelvic pain disorders | Menstrual disorders | Menopausal symptoms ZEPHYRHILLS WESLEY CHAPEL 38135 Market Square 27343 Wesley Chapel Blvd. 813.780.8274 813.991.7416


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lasting memories. Y Summer camp also provides kids with the things they need to succeed in school by providing engaging, hands-on, education based activities that help kids avoid summer learning loss. Spots are still available for weeks with fun themes like Mad Science, Wacky Olympics and Under the Sea, as well as field trips to a Rays game and Lowry Park Zoo. Full and half day camps are available for kids


At the New Tampa YMCA, you'll find caring staff members, new friends, and a warm and friendly environment that supports you and helps you reach your wellness goals. Tampa YMCA members enjoy great benefits including... · Full access to ALL Tampa YMCA facilities including 10 full-service family branches, 4 adult wellness centers and 2 family water parks. Unlimited group exercise, water aerobics and indoor cycling classes* · FREE six-session personal exercise program with a YMCA wellness coach · Reduced rates on programs and classes for youth and adults, including dance, gymnastics, martial arts, sports, personal training and more · Free child watch for children 7 and under while you're at the Y** · Unlimited lap and free swimming in ten heated outdoor pools...and two water parks in Valrico and Carrollwood! · Open on all holidays except Christmas and Easter (hours may be limited; contact branch for details) · Free YMCA member social events, family activities, volunteer

GET IN ON THE GAME! The New Tampa YMCA will be holding a 3-On-3 adult basketball tournament July 20th-22nd. Get your team together (5 players max) and play either in the 18+ division or the 35+ division. Teams will go through double elimination to see who ranks highest and wins tournament prizes! Registration deadline is July 15th.


Summer camps at the Y focus on nurturing the potential of children and helping them grow in spirit, mind and body. We encourage fun and friendship and provide the opportunity for young people to build self-esteem, develop interpersonal skills and make

ages 5 to 17. Sign up today at www. or come in and sign up at the New Tampa YMCA.


Did you know that Hillsborough County is the nation's leader in drownings of children ages 1-4? Members and staff at the New Tampa Y want to change this statistic. They hosted a swim-a-thon on Thursday, May 24th. Despite inclement weather cutting the swim time short, 26 people swam laps and raised over $3,600 to help provide scholarships so children in our community will have access to swim lessons. You can sign up your child TODAY at www. or call 813-8669622. Classes are available during the day and evening for all ages.

opportunities and seminars · Access to more than 1,400 YMCAs across the bay and across the country through the AWAY (Always Welcome At the Y) program For more details about the many benefits of Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA membership, request a copy of our new member welcome kit at your YMCA branch.


Download the Tampa YMCAs new mobile app for FREE! Go to the App Store in iPhone or the Market for Droid users. You'll have access to all these great features at your fingertips: · Group exercise schedules · Facility Status · Program information · Plus you'll be able to scan in at the Y with your phone! *Indoor cycling not available at all locations. **For Family Memberships Only v

Wiregrass Wednesdays WHEN Every Wednesday at 10am WHERE The Shops at Wiregrass WHAT LIVE entertainment for kids, activities, face painting, balloons and fun!

To join the Kids Club, register at Dillard’s • JCPenney • Macy’s • Over 100 shops and restaurants Bruce B. Downs & S.R. 56, Wesley Chapel (813) 994-2242 /shopwiregrass



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Hunter's Green News • July 2012  

A Community Newsletter for Hunter's Green Residents • VOL. 2, ISSUE 7.