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A Community Newsletter for Hunter's Green Residents

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Publisher’s Letter: Congratulations to this month's Hidden Picture winner, Shannon Staniford. She receives a $25 gift card. The hidden blue egg was on page 23 in the Ierna's ad. In this issue, you will be looking for a small yellow flower. Remember, it is in an ad, not the editorial. There are a ton of fun events coming in May and early June. Check inside for details. Where ever you are, whatever you are doing, on Mother's Day, stop and take some time: Mothers are our protectors, our teachers, our guides through life. Most of them pour their hearts into their children, celebrating the successes and suffering in empathy through the heartbreaks. And they no longer do it with the luxury of staying home with their kids. The majority of women work outside the home, a financial necessity in these times. Yet, in many households, they still carry the lioness' share of the work and worry.

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H UN T ER ’S G R EEN Country Club What a beautiful spring we are enjoying in New Tampa and our golf course is in it's full glory. The Tennis and Athletic Center is brimming with activities and the heated pool has seen early swimmers this year with the great weather. Come and be part of the fun...become a member today, don't delay. What is the greatest myth about our club? That it is for Hunter's Green residents only...help us pass on the word to your friends and associates that we are a private country club for all of the area residents. What is the second greatest

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by John Hilker, General Manager You may have been contemplating joining a club or a gym for awhile but you’re not sure of the offering or whether you may be able to afford it in your life. Here at Hunter’s Green Country Club we offer a program for those families who would like to preview our fantastic club before making a final decision. We are sure that just after one month, you’ll be

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hooked into what it means to be a member of a private club. There truly is nothing more special or more personable than going to work out, eat dinner, attend an event or play golf or tennis and have the staff call you by name, ask you about your family, etc. As a member of Hunter’s Green you are our family – we treat you as such and are here to create warm welcomes, magic moments and fond farewells for you each and every time we see you. Contact our Membership Director Colleen Sowerby (813.482.0300 or colleen. sowerby@ourclub.com) today to discuss a preview membership

myth? That because we are a private country club, we are not affordable. We have many great membership categories available for you to enjoy our club inside the Hunter's Green community gates. For families with children, summer is a great time to join and become a member. Our camp programs afford substantial discounts to our members. Call for information today, until May 31 we have a very attractive initiation program in effect. v

and find out what we’re all about…………our Members! What a beautiful spring we are enjoying in New Tampa and our golf course is in its full glory. The Tennis and Athletic Center is brimming with activities and the heated pool has seen early swimmers this year with the great weather. Come and be part of the fun...become a member today, don't delay. What is the greatest myth about our club? That it is for Hunter's Green residents only...help us pass on the word to your friends and associates that we are a private country club for all of the area

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residents. What is the second greatest myth???? That because we are a private country club, we are not affordable. We have many great membership categories available for you to enjoy our club inside the Hunter's Green community gates. For families with children, summer is a great time to join and become a member. Our camp programs afford substantial discounts to our members. Call for information today, until May 31st we have a very attractive initiation program in effect. See you at the Club! v

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2012 Activities CAMP H UN T ER ’SSummer 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 camper’s ages 5 to 12 years old! CAMP ACTIVITES INCLUDE: • Kid Choice Theme Tracks • Additional Daily Activities: 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 the field trips.) Camp Hours, Discounts & Rates: • Discount when registered for two (2)

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7:00am-6:00pm Cost: Members $210/Weekly Guest $260/Weekly • Summer Camp Begins Monday, June 11, 2012. • 7-day written cancellation policy is in effect. • Payment is due on the Monday of each session. Counselor-inTraining 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 towards volunteer hours needed. The first 20 Junior Counselors who register and have been accepted will receive a CIT T-shirt. Please ask for a position description for more information. Must register for a minimum of 2 weeks.

Discounts do not apply. Cost: Registration Fee $30.00 Member $110/Weekly, Guest $135/Weekly Meet & Greet Meet the counselors, tour the facility, see how camp will run, pay your registration & receive your backpack & T-shirt! Saturday, May 19th 10:00AM-12:00PM For more information please call Sarah Hays, Director of Youth Programs 813973-4220 or Sarah.Hays@ourclub.com v

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Mark your calendars for Rotary's 9th Annual Pig Fest May 5th 10am to 3pm St. Mark's Catholic Church on Cross Creek Blvd.

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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. • Advance registration is required for all sessions. • 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):

The Pig Roast CompetitionPeople's Choice award winner and five-time pig roast competition winner Gary Callicoat will return with his team, Sir Pigs Alot and the Knights of the Holy Grill. Will he be able to re-capture his title? This year we will have cash prizes for the top three pig roast teams. We hear that the New Tampa Noon Club and the Wesley Chapel Club are both gearing up to challenge the reigning

champion. This should be fun! Why Buy a Ticket? The Rotary Pig Fest is the family event of the year for the North Tampa and Wesley Chapel areas. A fun community event supporting over 40 local schools and charities. Area Rotary Clubs, including the Hunter's Green Club, have joined together to produce an even bigger and better event! There will be more food, more sponsors, and more fun! Bring your kids! Children under 12 accompanied by a paying adult, eat free!!!. Tickets prices are only $25 per person. Ticket price includes a dinner of pork, chicken, cole slaw and beans, along with beer, wine, water and soda. Live Entertainment will be provided. Each ticket stub will be eligible for merchandise and cash prizes to be

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Why Hunter's Green Country Club’s Aftercare Program? We have amazingly safe, fun and exciting activities here. For example our State Certified Aftercare School Program

Great Dining in Tampa Hunter’s Green Country Club offers an array of fabulous dining options, from casual to formal dining. You’re sure to find something for everyone.

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Choose the casual approach by dining in Fazio’s Grille with an incredible menu that includes sandwiches, burgers, salads, wraps and much more.

creative arts n’ crafts, swimming, golf with a state of the art facilities including new playground, and all-purpose playing field. You cannot beat snack on arrival, FREE homework club, and transportation from Hunter’s Green

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Elementary, Pride Elementary and TCMS with our brand new 14-passenger bus. Other great youth programs are our Extreme Winter Camp, No School Camp Days, Spring Break Camp, Ice Cream Socials, Early Release Day’s and much more. Please contact Sarah Hays, a Child Care and Education Program, Advanced Level, Director Certified by the State at (813) 973-4220/Sarah.Hays@ourclub.com v

menu features a variety of creative appetizers, healthy salads, quick salad bar and hearty sandwiches, as well as fruit smoothies, ice cream novelties, snacks and a full bar. As the cafe also has weekly traditions such as Burger n’ Brew Night and Wing Night.

Windows on the Green offers 19th Hole a variety of weekly traditions including our Wednesday 4 for $14, During or after your round of Thursday Pasta Night, Friday Night golf, stop in at the 19th Hole for a quick bite to eat. Situated next to Chef ’s features and more. the golf pro shop between the 9th and 10th holes, it features a large Sports Center Cafe The Sports Center Cafe overlooking selection of beer, refreshments, snacks, sandwiches and hot dogs the sparkling pool and lake offers indoor as well as outdoor dining in and creative features for the hungry golfer. v a casual, family atmosphere. The

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Wharton High School

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Gourmet Fare Max Hardy began his culinary training in the Culinary Arts Program at Wharton High School. While Max was in this high school Culinary Arts program he started his own catering company and was later contracted by Wharton High School’s Executive Chef to cater events for the Tampa community throughout the school year. Determined to continue his education in Culinary Arts, Hardy received a full scholarship Crest, Sickles and Leto high schools' culinary departments and feeds 3,000 people in an hour and a half. Interested in dining at Wharton on a Friday? Contact Lourdes Sarmiento at 813- 631-4710, Ext. 287, for more information or to see what the menu theme is for the upcoming week. Reservations are not required. It is open to the public from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. v

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to Johnson & Wales University for his exceptional culinary skills. Graduating at the top of his class from Johnson & Wales, with a degree in Culinary Arts, Hardy founded his own private catering company Chef Max Miami.

he culinary department of Wharton High School, headed by Chef Edward Bujarski and wife, Lourdes Sarmiento, delivers

a fine-dining experience for $7 every Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Bujarski took over the department in 2001 and Sarmiento came on board in 2004. The facility is a massive kitchen and restaurant. The kitchen is two or three times the size of the dining room and is run like a kitchen at any other professional restaurant except that this one is staffed entirely by high school kids. There are four different "teams" that students rotate through so they learn all phases of the process.

Gard Manger: This station prepares the first course, usually a salad, soup or other appetizer. Saucier: This station prepares the main course. Patissier: Bakes the breads and prepares the desert. Baking/Pastry: This station keeps seasonal baked goods stocked in the pie case. 8

The Wharton Culinary Department does not just serve food on campus. It also caters events all year long. The students cater large events where they will serve 250 or more people: 30 different courses at 10 different stations. The department never charges more than $15 per head and all of the profits go right back into the program. The department caters the Teacher of the Year Awards at the David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts with Strawberry

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ig Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay is reminding the community of its vision that all kids have the opportunity to reach their full potential, and they’re asking for your help. The agency pairs volunteer mentors with children facing adversity, so that local youth in Pasco, Polk and Hillsborough Counties have the one-to-one guidance they need—guidance that leads to academic success and positive choices. Big Brothers Big Sisters matches “Bigs” (mentors) with “Littles” (mentees) throughout Pasco, Polk and Hillsborough Counties, and it has two programs it’s specifically recruiting for right now, thanks to grant funding provided by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. One program targets at-risk youth, ages 9 and up, who live in Dade City. While many of the children served by Big Brothers Big Sisters are in single-parent and low-income households, that’s not always the case. Big Brothers Big Sisters is the

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oldest and most successful mentoring organization in the country, and it holds itself accountable for demonstrating positive academic and social outcomes for the children served. Last year, in Pasco, Polk and Hillsborough Counties: • 96% of our Littles were promoted to the next grade level • 95% showed an increase in selfconfidence • 99% had no involvement in the juvenile justice system The agency depends on community support, in the form of both volunteers and donations, in order to achieve these results. It costs approximately $1,000 a year to make and maintain a match between a Big and a Little, to cover background checks and ongoing professional support services. “Operation Bigs is our newest mentoring program, and provides support for many single and two-parent military families who appreciate the opportunity to provide their child with more academic support as well as new cultural and other opportunities from another trusted adult,” says Stephen Koch, CEO and President of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay.

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Happy Cinco de Mayo! Fish Tacos with Chipotle Cream Ingredients

FISH: 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lime juice 1/4 teaspoon salt Freshly ground black pepper 1 pound white flaky fish fillet, like tilapia or halibut CHIPOTLE CREAM: 1/2 cup plain nonfat yogurt 2 teaspoons chipotle pepper, in adobo sauce 1/4 cup fresh cilantro leaves 1 1/2 cups shredded green Lime wedges

2 tablespoons mayonnaise 8 (6-inch) corn tortillas 1/2 cup corn kernels (thawed if frozen) cabbage or lettuce

Directions In a small bowl, whisk together the oil, lime juice, salt and pepper. Pour over the fish fillets and let marinate for 20 minutes. Put the yogurt into a strainer lined with apaper towel and place over a bowl to drain and thicken for 20 minutes. Remove the fish from the marinade and grill on a preheated grill or nonstick grill pan over a medium-high heat until cooked thorough, about 3 minutes per side. Set the fish aside on a plate for 5 minutes. In a small bowl combine the thickened yogurt, mayonnaise, and chipotle pepper. Heat the tortillas on the grill or grill pan for 30 seconds on each side. Flake the fish with a fork. Top each tortilla with 1 tablespoon of the chipotle cream. Top with fish, cabbage, corn and cilantro and serve with lime wedges.

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Hunter's Green Community Association The Hunter's Green Community Association, Inc. is managed by an elected Board of Directors. A licensed Community Association Manager, and full on-site staff works at the direction of the Board. The Association is responsible for the maintenance of all common area property; administration of controlled access; enforcement of deed restrictions and community rules; and operation of the Design Review Board.

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AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY 973-1313 ASSOCIATION STAFF - 813-991-4818 NAME TITLE PHONE EXTENSION Ann Johnson, PCAM Community Association Manager................................................26 Wally Switzer Operations Manager....................................................................28 Rhonda Coy, LCAM Compliance Coordinator..............................................................25 Cindy Vitiello Staff Accountant..........................................................................23 Laura Shaffer, LCAM Administrative Assistant...............................................................21 Front Desk Administratrive Assistant..............................................................22 HGCA Fax number: 813-991-5809 Hunter's Green Women's Club Becky Nolan .................................................................... bnolan2fla@gmail.com 714-425-4258 Barcode Distribution Tuesdays Wednesdays Fridays

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Mother's Day • Sunday May 13th A mother is a person who seeing there are only four pieces of pie for five people, promptly announces she never did care for pie. ~Tenneva Jordan Being a full-time mother is one of the highest salaried jobs... since the payment is pure love. ~ Mildred B. Vermont If you have a mom, there is nowhere you are likely to go where a prayer has not already been. ~ Robert Brault A suburban mother's role is to deliver children obstetrically once, and by car forever after. ~ Peter De Vries Mothers hold their children's hands for a short while, but their hearts forever. ~ Author Unknown

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[ COMMUNITY News ] Firehouse 22 has their ribbon cutting and officially opened Thursday, April 19th. The Tampa Mayor, Bob Buckhorn and Chief of Police, Jan Castor were present.

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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

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May 24th Power Lunch 11:30am-1pm May 31st Connections Evening Networking 5:30pm-7pm Locations will be updated online at our website http://www. newtampachamber.org/events. php. Please use Internet Explorer to register and pay for events at the same site.

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You may have a problem with your hearing and need to see an audiologist if you have trouble hearing conversation in a noisy environment such as a restaurant, are unable to hear people talk to you without looking at them, or have a constant ringing or pain in your ears. The first step in treatment of a hearing problem is a hearing evaluation by an audiologist.

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

Hunter’s Green Elementary Hunter's Green Elementary 5th Grade End of School Activities

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

Benito Middle School 10101 Cross Creek Boulevard Tampa, FL 33647 (813) 631-4694 WEB: benito.mysdhc.org

Field Trip to Legoland Friday, June 1st 5th Grade/Teachers Softball Game Monday, June 4th Autograph Party Thursday, June 7th Last Day Clapout Friday, June 8th

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HGE Staff Appreciation Week May 7th-11th PTA General Assembly Thursday, May 10th Chick-fil-A Night Thursday, May 17th Memorial Day Holiday Monday, May 28th Fifth Grade Spelling Bee Wednesday, May 30th Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast Thursday, May 31st

Hunter's Green Elementary School Teacher Grants Awarded

The HGE PTA Teacher Grant Program plays a critical role in fostering academic innovation in our classrooms. The program assists teachers who go above and beyond their normal classroom teaching to encourage educational excellence in our students. This year, $2,100 in grants was provided to the following deserving HGE teachers: Kindergarten Gardens - HGE Kindergarten staff 16

Technology in Listening and Literacy Pilot Program - Mrs. Bohannon, Mrs. Gonzalez Expanding our Reading Ms. Lawrence STEM Club: Fun in the Field Mrs. Pahl Crazy About Rocks Kits Mrs. Jamieson Congratulations to these wonderful teachers!

Benito Relay for Life Talent Show

Friday, May 4th at 6:00 pm (doors open at 5:30 pm) Benito Cafeteria Admission $5 (donations accepted!) All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society Hispanic Heritage Celebration

The Hispanic Heritage Committee cordially invites parents to participate and volunteer during the 3rd Annual Hispanic Heritage Celebration on May 11th at Benito in honor of the Hispanic Heritage Culture. The purpose of the event is to provide an opportunity for students and families to increase their awareness and knowledge about the variety of cultures represented by many different Hispanic countries. This educational activity will include professionals from the Salvador Dali Museum who will be constructing an exhibit on site and sharing details and information pertaining to their display. In addition, Benito will host a painting and sculpture exhibition from ArtistticA, a special member of our New Tampa community. Architect/artist Mariette Levy will be present. Please visit the exhibit in the Media Center throughout the day

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and recognize this great artist from our community. The Hispanic Heritage Celebration will take place on May 11th from: 9:00 am to 11:30 am at Benito. Any adult interested in participating in and/or volunteering for the event should contact Martha Arriola at martha.arriola@sdhc.k12.fl.us. Thank you in advance for your support and participation from your World Language, ESOL, and AVID teachers!

Wharton High School Wildcats Basketball Camp Three Fun & Exciting Sessions Register Early! Enrollment is guaranteed to the first 75 applicants per session! All sessions last year were full! • Beginner to advanced players are welcome. • The camp will emphasize fundamental skills, team play, and sports-manship. • Campers will compete in groups according to several factors including age, size, and ability. • All campers will receive a t-shirt and a camp participation certificate. • All campers will participate in daily 3 on 3 and 5 on 5 team play. • Individual competitions include Free Throw Shooting, Hot Shot, Mikan Lay-Up, and Knock Out. • Multiple weeks and family discounts offered. • All activities are held in the Wharton High School gymnasium (located at 20150 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.). • All sessions are held from 12:005:00 PM, Monday through Thursday for students entering grades 2-8. • For more information, call Coach Tommy Tonelli at (813) 631-4710 x.230 or email him at Thomas. Tonelli@sdhc.k12.fl.us Go Wharton Wildcats! Wildcats Basketball Camp Registration Form If you have any questions, please call (813) 631-4710 x.230. Please mail completed forms to Tommy Tonelli - Wildcats Basketball Camp 20150 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Tampa, Florida 33647. Sign up for: Session 1: June 18-21, Entering Grades 2-8 Session 2: June 25-28, Entering Grades 2-8 HG NEWS


place trophy. Precalculus team took 5th place with Matt Kroeze taking a 9th place trophy and Jennifer Kaczmarek taking a 15th place trophy. Calculus team took 4th place with Stephen Hong taking and 11th place trophy and Ben Hsu taking a 15th place trophy.

SOS! “SAVE OUR SHINS”

Relay for Life, American Cancer Society May 18th Wharton High School - 6pm For more information visit www.relayforlife.org/ newtampafl or contact Bill Holster Team Development Chair at 813-994-0419 or wcholster@verizon.net

All Sessions Monday to Thursday 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM WHS Gymnasium Session Prices $125.00 per session $115.00 for each additional session Distribution of this information does not imply endorsement of this activity or event by Hillsborough County Schools.

Wharton Placed 2nd in Math Bowl Tournament!! Geometry team took 2nd place with Luana Isaac taking a 6th place individual trophy. Algebra 2 team took 5th place with Michael Riccardi taking a 3rd place trophy and Jared Bell taking a 12th

Paul R. Wharton High School, led by current 2011 Hillsborough County Track Coach of the Year, Wes Newton, has established itself as one of the most successful programs in the State of Florida for Track & Field and Cross Country. To continue this tradition, our Track is in dire need of a “resurfacing”. Wharton’s Track has never been resurfaced in its’ 15 year history. The current condition of our facility is in serious need of replacement. Our goal is to construct a rubberized track, a common type of track surface installed in track venues throughout the country. Resurfacing benefits are far reaching: • StudentAthletes: Rubberized tracks have proven to reduce injury • Environmentally: Rubberized tracks utilize recycled materials • Community: Rubberized tracks will allow the school and community to host Track Meets drawing teams from around the state, thus bringing in revenue to local businesses • Wharton High School: A rubberized track will benefit Wharton High School as students utilize the track during their High School career from HOPE class to Athletics. We are asking for your Partnership to continue to invest in our Student Athletes, and their continued success in Track & Field Competition, as well as support the training efforts of our Athletic Programs and Clubs. The “Save Our Shins”, Wharton High School Athletic Booster Club, Track Resurfacing Initiative has three “Cat Levels” of sponsorship. We value your Partnership and thank you in advance for your considered support. Any questions may be directed to Andy Ritter at 8137162128 or aritter@tampabay. rr.com. v

Drivers please use caution around the start and end of school days. Please follow safe driving rules as more students are walking and biking to school on the warmer spring days. Please follow posted speed limits and park in appropriate designated parking areas especially around the elementary school. Thank you! HG NEWS

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Is the cost of gas and parking keeping you from going to Rays games at Tropicana Field?

Paradise World Transportation offers a luxury shuttle bus to Tropicana Field that covers roundtrip transportation for just $9.95 per person. This is a stunning deal for residents of New Tampa. Save your money! Gas prices are nearly $4.00/gallon and parking can be expensive, which makes this offer a steal. The event has been coined the No Excuses Tour, and there should be no excuses to get to the game at this price. The luxury shuttle bus departs from the Lee Roy Selmon’s restaurants in both New Tampa and South Tampa and takes you directly to Tropicana Field, where the Rays play their home games. Riders can bring their own food and drinks for the bus ride. The luxury shuttle buses are clean, stylish and can seat 29 passengers. Each bus provides an on-time arrival, using state of the art navigational equipment and even offers iPod capability so you can enjoy your favorite tunes on the way to the game. There really is no excuse to not get out of the house for a night of fun and entertainment for all age groups. For more information visit http://www.NoExcusesTour.com to get all the details and order your tickets in advance. v

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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT SUMMER CAMP

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 lasting memories. 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. Plus, our highly qualified staff receive over 40 hours of preparation prior to interacting with campers and are CPR certified.

positive values and conflict resolution. At the New Tampa Family YMCA we offer all types of camps such as: Full Day Camp, Teen Camp as well as Extended Day Camp Specialty Camps

Princess Camp, Action Adventure Camp, Drama Camp(2 week camp), Dance Camp, Art Camp, Tumbling Camp,Leaders in Training Camp, Cheerleading Camp, and Safe Sitter Camp Sports Camps

Volleyball , Flag Football, Basketball, Soccer, & Sports Conditioning Aquatics Camps

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Our programs reinforce 40 key developmental assets that help young people successfully meet life’s challenges. Summer camp specifically focuses on the following assets: positive adult role models, other adult relationships, creative activities,

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The New Tampa Family YMCA's Annual Livestrong Spinathon held in March was a huge success! Thank you to all those who participated in our Spinathon. Together the New Tampa Family YMCA raised over $7,000 to support our Annual Community Support Campaign and Livestrong Cancer Survivor Program. With over 60 participants ranging in age from 11 to 88 the Spinathon was truly fun for all ages. With their support and the support of several local businesses the YMCA's livestrong Cancer Survivor Program will

continue to flourish and grow. Thanks to the Livestrong Yoga Group for cheering on the spinners as well as each other. Thanks to the instructors who inspired everyone to keep on pushing despite the increasing humidity and heat. And a Huge thank you to our local community partners and sponsors for all their support. That includes: Physiotherapy Associates, Temple Terrace Family Physicians, Dr. Davis, D.O., Cherry Berry Yogurt, Nutralite, Standard Pacific Homes, Subway (Wal-Mart location), Chuck the DJ and all our wonderful spinners. v

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Behind the Pink Ribbon By Erica Collura People almost always recognize the pink colored ribbons printed on shirts, towels, coffee cups, or just about anything. That distinct pink ribbon has become uniquely identified with breast cancer. Breast cancer, two words no woman wants to hear in her doctor's office. But as scary as these words may be there is hope. Breast cancer treatment has evolved significantly over the past two decades. Advances in breast cancer research and improved technology have turned a once

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devastating diagnosis into a treatable disease. Paramount in achieving this is early detection. For this reason, Dr. Collins cannot stress enough to women 40 years of age and older the importance of yearly mammograms. Breast cancer most often presents without symptoms which is why screening mammography is an important tool for early detection. When a diagnosis of breast cancer is made Dr. Collins reminds her patients that there are treatment

options. This disease does not affect everyone the same and treatment is not "one size fits all." Surgical treatment options are much improved and do not always require complete removal of the breast (mastectomy). Most patients have the option of breast conservation therapy where only the cancerous portion of the breast is removed. Even in cases where mastectomy is required women now have various options available for breast reconstruction. Most of these surgical treatments can be offered by Dr. Collins and the facilities at Florida Medical Clinic. But it should be kept in mind that cancer treatment is best achieved through a team approach where many doctors from different specialties come together to provide a treatment plan for an individual patient. Dr. Collins will work with physicians in other specialties at the Florida Medical Clinic to offer comprehensive care to her patients. At Florida Medical Clinic Dr. R. Collins will perform surgeries including breast surgery, advanced laparoscopic procedures, intestinal surgery, hernia repairs, gall bladder

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surgery, skin cancer removal, wound care, and port placements, to name a few. For patient convenience, Dr. Collins is available in two locations: Zephyrhills, 813-780-8160 and Tampa, 813-979-7707. v

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GFWC New Tampa Juniorettes Join Forces With President Obama’s Council

a Certifying Organization for the President’s Volunteer Service Award, a national program recognizing Americans who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to volunteer service. Established in 2003, the Award was created to give Presidential recognition to individuals, families and groups who meet requirements for volunteer service, measured by the number of service hours performed over 12-months.

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GFWC New Tampa Juniorettes are one of thousands of organizations that have joined forces to deliver the President’s Volunteer Service Award and honor the volunteers who strengthen our Nation. As a Certifying Organization for the Award, GFWC New Tampa Juniorettes is responsible for verifying service hours, nominating potential recipients and delivering the Award. “We are extremely proud to recognize our most outstanding volunteers with

GFWC New Tampa Juniorettes today announced it has teamed with the White House to become

the President’s Volunteer Service Award,” said Patricia Murphy, GFWC New Tampa Juniorettes Advisor. “GFWC New Tampa Juniorette volunteers are role models in our community, donating their time, energy and talent to bring us closer together as neighbors and a Nation. The Award is our way of thanking these volunteers and inspiring everyone in our community to make volunteering a central part of their lives.” “Even if you’ve never volunteered before, the President’s Volunteer Service Award is within your reach,” Murphy said. “There are so many ways to contribute, and every volunteer hour makes a difference in improving the quality of

life for others. We encourage everyone to get involved. Together, we can strengthen America – one hour at a time.” The Award is issued by the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation, a group convened to help foster and encourage a culture of volunteer service and civic participation among Americans. The Council is composed of leaders in government, media, entertainment, business, education, nonprofit and volunteer service organizations and community volunteering. For more information about volunteering with GFWC New Tampa Juniorettes, visit GFWCNewTampaJuniors.org. For more information on the President’s Volunteer Service Award and to find out how to identify additional volunteer opportunities in this area,

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Summer is right around the corner, and MOSI is gearing up for its Summer Science Camps for kids in preschool through high school. Camps start on June 11 and continue throughout the summer. Whether they are preparing their very own green slime, building and launching rockets from junk, or mixing up potions in their very own Hogwarts, it’s always fun seeing young people learn while having a blast. On the other end of MOSI, IMAX® audiences can be transported

the world. Viewers will experience an emotional story of love, family and hope with the documentary adventure “To The Arctic,” now playing at the MOSI IMAX® Dome Theatre. Additionally, the Mummies of the World exhibition has debuted at the Museum of Science & Industry. With its astounding collection of 150 specimens and objects, Mummies of the World is the largest exhibition of real human and animal mummies ever assembled. Portraying over 45 real mummies from South America, Europe, Asia, Oceania as well ancient Egypt, Mummies of the World will forever change your perception of mummies. Through modern science and engaging interactives, the exhibition reveals how the scientific study of mummies provides a window into the lives of ancient people from every region of the world, offering insights into past cultures and civilizations. And if you still have energy to spare, check out MOSI’s new Sky Trail Ropes Course,

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elements on a 12 – 36 foot high, multilevel structure. The Ropes Course is designed with challenging highenergy feats ideal for all ages. And, coming in June, MOSI will open its Sky Trail Zip Line. Check the website periodically at www.mosi.org for opening dates and times. MOSI is the proud winner of the 2009 National Medal for Museums by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the nation’s highest honor for museums. It is located at 4801 East Fowler Ave., Tampa. 813-987-6000. v

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GIRLS ARE INVITED TO CELEBRATE GIRL SCOUTS’ 100TH ANNIVERSARY

AT SUMMER CAMP!

Girl Scouts is celebrating 100 years of building girls of courage, confidence, and character, and Girl Scouts of West Central Florida (GSWCF) invites all girls entering grades 1 – 12 to celebrate with us at camp this summer, whether or not they are Girl Scouts! Overnight camps are offered throughout June and July at two of the council’s camp properties, and day camps are offered throughout the eight counties GSWCF serves – there’s something for every girl! Non-Girl Scouts are welcome to register for summer camp, and many girls join each year through the camp pathway as part of the new-age membership model of Girl

Scouts. Girls who join at the time of summer camp pay a one-time, annual membership fee of $12. GSWCF-owned Camps Dorothy Thomas, Scoutcrest and Wildwood are American Camp Association (ACA) accredited; three of 16 ACAaccredited camps within a 100 mile radius of Tampa, according to the ACA website Horseback riding, water skiing, STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), healthy living, arts and crafts, and swimming are among the many activities offered at Girl Scout summer camps. Can’t decide on just one? Not quite sure about sleeping away for a week? Girls can customize their camp

experiences. All sessions include sports, nature exploration, and arts and crafts, and campfires for a wellrounded camp experience. If parents are looking for a safe, secure, nurturing all-girl environment where girls of all ages are taught respect for self and others, and have amazing opportunities to explore their passions – Girl Scout camp is the place for your daughter. Girl Scout camp sessions are also very affordable with pricing starting at $75/girl for day camp and $175/ girl for overnight camp. Girl Scout summer camp programs encompass a rich history of 100 years of providing outdoor experiences for girls. Juliette Gordon Low founded Girl Scouts in 1912 on the premise that girls should be given the opportunity to develop physically, mentally and spiritually. Under her guidance, she encouraged girls to get out of their home environments and into the open air. The first Girl Scouts hiked, played basketball, went on camping trips and learned to tell time by the stars. “One hundred years later, girls are still having a blast at camp!” said Kim Jowell, CEO, GSWCF. “One of my favorite times of year is going out to our summer camps to interact with girls. I see girls of all

ages arrive at camp somewhat shy and hesitant about the days ahead, but after several days of the Girl Scout camp experience, they leave more selfconfident, with new friends and truly exhausted from all the activities!”

Visit www.gswcf.org/summercamp to view the 2012 Girl Scout Summer Camp guide and take a peek at Camps Scoutcrest and Wildwood. Registration for summer camps is available online at www.gswcf.org/ors. v

Know a ‘Water-Wise’ Individual or Business? Hillsborough County is seeking nominations for its 14th annual recognition of water-efficient, aesthetically pleasing landscapes. Hillsborough County Extension Services, Tampa Bay Water, and its Member Governments are looking for entries for the 14th Annual Community Water-Wise Awards. These awards recognize individuals and businesses with water-efficient, aesthetically pleasing landscapes. If you think your landscape is water-wise, fill out your free application at www.tampabaywaterwise.org by June 30 to find out!

Did you know? Landscape maintenance can account for up to 50 to 75 percent of many homes’ water usage during the spring dry season. There are nearly 380 plants, trees, shrubs, flowers and more that are recognized as Florida-friendly. To access the database, and even build an online list for your landscape, visit http:// floridayards.org/fyplants/index.php. You don’t have to do it alone! To get more information about landscaping in the Sunshine State, visit Florida-Friendly Landscaping’s page and click on ‘Ask an Expert’ in the top-right corner to have your questions answered by Florida-friendly landscaping and gardening experts.

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For more information about the awards program or if you would like assistance and information in creating a waterwise landscape, visit www.tampabaywaterwise.org, or contact Hillsborough County Extension Services. You can also call Virginia Overstreet, Water-Wise Program Coordinator, 813-744-5519, Ext. 54144, or Lynn Barber, Florida-Friendly LandscapingTM Agent, Hillsborough County Extension Service, 813-744-5519, Ext. 54105.

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New Tampa Library

May Schedule

for Hunter's Green residents Baby Time 10:30 am May 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th

Baby Sign Language 11:00 am May 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th

Toddler Time 10:30 am May 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th

Story Time 3:00 pm May 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th

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6:00 pm May 14th, 28th

Game Zone 1:30 pm May 7th, 21st, 28th

Computer Intro - Word 1:00 pm May 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st

Family Time 7:00 pm May 7th, 21st, 28th

Pokemon 10:00 am May 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th

Computer Tutor 6:00 pm May 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st

Yoga for Well- Being 6:00 pm May 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st

Crocheting 6:00 pm May 3rd, 17th, 31st Teen Advisory Board Meeting

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Computer Basics 10:30 am May 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th

Introduction to eBay 10:30 am May 12th

Computer Tutor 3:00 pm May 16th, 23rd, 30th

Book Discussion 2:00 pm "The Girl who Fell from the Sky" by Heidi W. Durrow May 14th

Tea Time 101 1:00 pm May 19th

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