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Happy Spring! Y es, I know, it feels like summer, but that is OK. This Florida girl loves the heat. I think I am out numbered though. We had a great response to the two contests we are running. The cover photos were coming in fast. However, we had a computer crash here and most of the photos that were sent in were lost. Our hearts just sank and we ask that all residents that sent in the photos to PLEASE do so again. There was one of a baby with an Easter outfit on and I so regret it being lost. We will hold off on this month’s contest winner till everyone can resend their photos.
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There were four correct entries for the hidden picture contest. We put the names in a bowl and drew out the winner, who is: Jenny Joo. Congratulations! Jenny wins a $25 gift card to Applebee’s. The hidden rainbow was in Dr. Duga’s ad. Everyone can try again each month, there is no limit. The hidden picture for April to hunt for is a solid blue easter egg.
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here are various techniques for getting out of sand, but using the same principle as the flop shot is very effective. The main difference is that you hit the sand first, not the ball. If you were to take a divot with a practice swing (which is not permitted during play) the ball would have been in the center of that divot. Just like the flop shot, let the club do the work and keep the arms and center moving to a follow through. If you want to get the ball up faster, hinge your wrists in the back swing.
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A good rule of thumb for soft sand and good lies is to open your stance and your club face. For bad lies, wet or hard sand, square your stance and close your club face. Remember: hit the sand first and follow through keeping your arms and center moving. Keep in mind it is against the rules to ground the club in a hazard and test the depth of the sand. You are permitted to take a fair stance, so moving your feet to get a balanced position is permissible. - Orlando Rabeiro 1st Assistant Golf Professional Tampa Palms Golf & Country Club
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massages will be offered at our regular Swedish Massage price of $70 per hour. Please contact the Tennis and Athletic Center for your appointment today!
Beautiful Skin Starts at the Tampa Palms Spa!
Beautiful skin begins with healthy skin. To maintain and improve the health of your skin, an effective, professional cosmoceutical skincare plan is imperative. Over the counter products only treat the surface layer of the skin. Optimal skin health is achieved by reaching live tissue. Our professional skincare products work at the cellular level to diminish fine lines, fade sun damage, increase hydration and promote cellular turnover, which will create more youthful looking skin. To schedule a facial treatment or consultation to begin a home care treatment plan, call the TAC at 632-1676 or our esthetician Paula at 416-5677.
Spring Sunless Tan Special You’ve been working hard on getting your body into shape for spring, now add the finishing touch with a healthy sunless tan. Healthy Tan works naturally with your body’s amino acids and adds more color with each application. During the month of April our spray tans will be offered for the discount price of only $20 per application! This is $10 off of the regular price and $5 off the lowest package price! Take advantage of this fantastic deal today and get yourself ready for swimsuit season with your own healthy tan! Please call the TAC to schedule your Healthy Tan, 632-1676.
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1 Counselor/10 kids *Our counselors are background screened, trained in First Aid & CPR, and have recently won the ClubCorp Team of Excellence Award for their performance. Our talented staff is comprised of Hillsborough and Pasco county teachers, college students, and lifeguards*
Camp Rates Regular Hours: 9 am - 3 pm $150/wk $40/d members $175/wk $45/d non-members
2012 Summer Activity Camp Tampa Palms Golf and Country Club is the place to be! Join us for a summer full of fun and activity! Campers will have the opportunity to participate in tennis, golf, swimming, daily arts and crafts projects, and a variety of indoor and outdoor games. Weekly themes will be incorporated into our crafts and indoor & outdoor activities to ensure a summer filled with fun and excitement! Snack will be provided and is included. Lunch can be brought bagged and labeled, or purchased off our special camper’s café menu for $5 per day.
Camp Sessions Session 1: June 11th -15th. Amazing Animals Session 2: June 18th - 22nd. Performing Arts Week Session 3: June 25th - 29th. Sports Week Session 4: July 2nd - 6th, * prorated Everyday is a Holiday Session 5: July 9th - 13th. Mad Science Workshop Session 6: July 16th - 20th. Storybooks and Superheroes
Session 8: July 30 - August 3. Tampa Palms Olympic Games Session 9; August 6th - 10th. Around the World in 5 Days*
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Ballet/Jazz/Hip-hop Combination for 5 and 6 years oldThis class will teach young dancers to learn rhythm, musicality, and basic fundamentals of Ballet, Jazz, and Hiphop dance styles. The class structure will be split 50/50 with Ballet, then Jazz or Hip-hop each class.
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Ballet for 7-10 years oldThis class will teach beginning dancers to learn the fundamentals of Ballet movement, terminology, and flexibility.
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Jazz/Hip-hop for 7-10 years oldThis class will teach dancers rhythm, musicality, and stylistic movements and elements of both Jazz and Hiphop. Jazz/Hip-hop for 11-14 years oldThis class will teach beginning to intermediate dancers to learn rhythm, musicality, and stylistic movements and elements of both Jazz and Hip-hop.
Class Schedule All classes will be held on Monday afternoons at the following times: 3 pm-3:55 pm Ballet/Jazz/Hip-hop Combination for 5 & 6 years old 4 pm-4:55 pm Ballet for 7-10 years old 5:00pm-5:55pm Jazz/Hip-hop for 7-10 years old 6:00pm-6:55pm Jazz/Hip-hop for 11-14 years old
Class Sessions Classes will run on Mondays in sevenweek sessions as follows: Session Four: February 20– April 9, 2012 (no class during spring break) Session Five: April 16– June 4 (no class on Memorial Day) Continued on page 8
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Karate Classes The Pro Karate Center was established to promote good mental health, physical fitness, and self defense through the Okinawan style of karate, Isshinryu. Isshinryu’s main objective is the perfection of oneself through both physical and mental development. As students learn the art of self defense they acquire selfconfidence, humility, and the ability to concentrate. Isshinryu Karate combines a well-rounded exercise program with important advantages over other styles. At Pro Karate Center we understand the problems unique to youngsters, and concerns parents naturally have. This well organized, professionally planned children’s Isshinryu program is designed to help parents in the task of building a child’s self confidence, self discipline, positive outlook, and self esteem. They learn to take pride in themselves and their accomplishments. The Pro Karate Center offers a satellite program of classes right here at Tampa Palms Golf and Country Club. We feel our programs are the best the area has to offer featuring well– organized classes for children, teens, and adults. Wednesday: Beg. Youth (W,Y,O), 4:05 - 4:50 pm Adv. Youth (Blue +), 4:55 - 5:40 pm Adults (ages 16+), 5:45 - 6:45 pm Saturday: Beg. Youth (W,Y,O), 11:05 - 11:50 am Adv. Youth (Blue+) 11:55 - 12:40 am Individual Monthly Dues The program is progressive and classes are recommended for two days/week but the following option is available for those who cannot make the two day/week commitment. 2 days a wk: Members $70 1 day a wk: Members $40 Adult : Members $50
Aquatics Coach’s Corner
by Todd Timmons, Tampa Palms TBAY Head Coach
Taper/Training Point to Ponder Spring taper season has come and gone meaning most of the swimmers in this area have come full circle within what should be one of three to four tapers in one calendar year. Hopefully, all the athletes in this area met their goals for this micro season, however that is not always the case. Moving forward into the next phase of the season it is important to remember these objectives: • Meet with your coach to set individual goals that are attainable and realistic. The goals should not just be time drops; rather practice goals and technique improvements need to be articulated. • Train hard • Have fun • Have confidence not only in yourself, but also your training and your team. • Do not over analyze your races prior to competition. Yes, mental preparedness is critical, however when race time comes you have to have the autonomic response to “fire” at a relaxed rate. All the thought of swimming needs to happen at practice, so that one can react at competition.
• Drafting in a race, when the opportunity presents itself, can save the swimmer, up to 30% in energy expenditure. • In the Short Course Yards season/ swim, turns, walls, under water’s, and breakout are very important. • Long Course Meters, all the above apply but now Distance Per Stroke (DPS) and efficient stoke technique are essential. • Always, always remember that if you are not having fun while racing in practice or in competition, then
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Club News These features are especially good for people who tend to get heel pain, says Raiken, and not so good for people whose ankles twist easily, as shoes with extra cushioning tend to provide less traction. Some shoes allow you to pump up the tongue, which lets people with difficult-to-fit feet achieve a more customized fit.
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this sport is very difficult to be exceptional at. Good luck to everyone as we enter not only the summer long course season, but also an Olympic Summer.
Tennis Upcoming Events Junior Team Tennis continues to go strong through April. Matches are played on Sunday afternoons at 2 pm. It’s time to start thinking about Summer Tennis Camps for your Junior player. Camps will begin June 11th and run weekly until August 17th. Price for members will be $150.00 per week, or $35.00 per day, and $180.00 for guests or $40.00 per day. Camp runs Monday - Friday from 9:30-1:30. Students can buy lunch each day for $5.00, or can bring their own lunch.
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10 Tips for Choosing Athletic Shoes Proper-fitting shoes make all the difference whether you walk or run. Its knowing which shoes to buy that seems to require an advanced degree. Choose the wrong athletic shoes and you could end up lying on the couch nursing shin splints or aching heels instead of enjoying a brisk walk or run. While most specialty sport-shoe stores have knowledgeable staff to guide you, you’ll be a few steps ahead of the game armed with some basic knowledge about your feet and their specific needs. Here is some expert advice to heed before buying new footwear:
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extra cushioning to handle greater impact. If you do both activities, get a pair for each one.
* Know your foot. Sure, we’ve all got 10 toes and two heels, but beyond that, feet come in a variety of shapes -- and knowing your foot’s particular quirks is key to selecting the right pair of shoes. Most major brands now offer a model to suit every foot type.
Feet change, measure your foot frequently. “It’s a myth that foot size doesn’t change in adults,” says Steven Raiken, MD. “It does change as we get older, so have your feet measured twice a year. Sizes also vary between brands, so go by what fits, not by what size the shoe is.” Raiken is director of the foot and ankle service at the Rothman Institute at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia.
Shop toward the end of the day. Feet swell over the course of the day; they also expand while you run or walk, so shoes should fit your feet when they’re at their largest.
Bring your own socks -- the ones you wear while running or walking. If you wear orthotics, bring those, too. Shoes need to fit with the orthotic inside.
Don’t believe in breaking in. Running and walking shoes should feel comfortable right away, Raiken tells WebMD. Walk or run around the store a bit to make sure they feel good in action.
Use the rule of thumb. There should be about 3/8-1/2 inch between the front of your big toe and the end of the shoe -- about a thumb’s width. The heel should fit
relatively tightly; your heel should not slip out when you walk. The upper part of the shoe -- which goes over the top of your foot -- should be snug and secure, and not too tight anywhere. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons writes that when fitting in to an athletic shoe you should be able to freely wiggly all of your toes when the shoe is on.
Understand the bells and whistles. Some models of running shoes look better suited to a space mission than a run in the park, but some of those groovy-looking features actually serve a purpose. Clear inserts, filled with gel, Freon, or air, provide extra shock absorption, as do those springy-looking things.
Don’t over- or underpay. Good-quality running and walking shoes are fairly pricey -- and usually worth it. “A $15-shoe will not be as good as an $80-shoe,” says Raiken. But you’ll pay a premium for super-fashionable styles or those associated with a celebrity -- and they won’t be any better for your feet.
Know when to replace them. The average pair of running shoes should be replaced after about 350-400 miles of use, says Clifford Jeng, MD, a foot and ankle surgeon at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, Md. Better yet, go by how your shoes look and feel. Once the back of the sole is worn out or the shoe feels uncomfortable or less supportive, it’s time to take those tootsies shopping again.
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Having a positive attitude isn’t something you simply tack onto your personality. Positivity isn’t external like a new suit or a new pair of shoes. It comes from deep within. It must, or it would be eliminated with the first sign of a counter negative force. Grand slam champion Martina Navratilova calls herself an optimist and says a positive attitude is a choice. “You have to have a positive attitude to be a champion, and you have to be in the moment. That’s what life’s about,” says Martina. “Because if you’re not with that ball
right that split second, if you’re just a second late wondering, ‘Oh, did I hit that well?’ It’s too late. You have to be right in that moment. That translates into real life quite nicely.” Positivity is built on having your own positive life philosophy, on knowing your strengths and on surrounding yourself with other sources of positivity. Be positive and stay positive on the court and positive results will follow. Always remember that “Pressure is a privilege.”
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Why should I have a facial? Regardless of your age or gender, if you want your skin to look its best you have to take care of it. A facial does for your skin what a month of exercise and good nutrition does for your body – noticeably improve its look and feel. Through exfoliation, deep-cleaning of the pores, stimulating improved circulation, and use of professional-strength products, your esthetician can make a lot of progress towards improving your skin in a single session. Like the personal trainer, they have experience, techniques, products and equipment that cannot be replicated at home. Likewise, regular facials (especially with an active home-care regimen) will help prevent breakouts, keep your
surface cells newer and healthier, and thereby ensure that your skin looks its very best. Your esthetician can recom mend the optimal frequency for your particular skin - it will vary from person to person.
Regardless of the type of facial you select, your esthetician will select the products used following complete skin analysis. Further, all products used in spa facials contain the most effective ingredients available. If you’ve gone into a spa for a facial, then you’re deluding yourself to say you’re 100% happy with your home skin care routine. A good facial therapist will prescribe the right products for your skin.
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Why should I go to a spa to have my facials? Your facial will be as effective as the training of your esthetician, and the quality of products and equipment at her disposal. Spas carefully hand-select only the top licensed estheticians who are both clinically skilled and possess a nurturing, client-focused approach to skin care. Every individual’s skin is unique, and therefore, each service is customized to the individual.
As we age, the process of cell regeneration slows down. This means that the body is slower to shed skin cells and generate new ones. When old skin cells start to pile up on the surface of the skin, it can leave skin looking dull, rough, and dry. Furthermore, the build-up of dead skin cells can result in excess oil and clogged pores, leading to blemishes and acne. Chemical peels and microdermabrasion are both
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degree in 2000. The husband and wife team first met each other at a dental convention and started working together in 2001. A Briter Smile Dental Care is their second and newest location. Their other location is in Trinity where they have been serving the community since 2004.
Dr. Eskandari attended Howard University College of Dentistry and earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1997. She completed a general residency program at Hillsborough County Dental Research Clinic and has been in practice since 1999. Dr. Shayes originally attended Shiraz University School of Dental Medicine and earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1995. He later attended Nova Southeastern in Ft. Lauderdale and earned his DMD
Dr. Eskandari says that cosmetic dentistry, such as full crowns or Invisalign (clear braces), is one of her favorite parts of her job. “A total makeover, when you see patients smile who haven’t smiled in a while, is very rewarding. Many people cover their mouth with their hand or won’t open their mouth to smile because of the way their teeth look. Then after treatment they gain the confidence that they bring that into the workplace or even into their social life.”
A Briter Dental Care offers discounted in-house specials that are many times better than most conventional insurance plans, saving their patients money. Many times Dr. Eskandari and Dr. Shayes can save patients between 15 – 20 percent on their treatments. Dr. Shayes explains that many times insurance companies have limitations to their policies, and the dentists don’t want patients to go without having their dental health needs met. The two dentists offer flexible hours, which includes Saturday appointments and same day emergency visits.
A Briter Smile Dental Care wants to be your family dentist. A Briter Smile Dental Care is located at 20729 Center Oak Drive Tampa, FL 33647, corner of Bruce B. Downs and county Line Rd. They accept most major insurances and can be reached at 813-907-1222. Please call or visit www.mynewtampadentist. com for more information. v
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Pay it Forward winner announced
recision Kia announces Books for Troops as the winner of a $1000 donation in their Feburary “Pay it Forward” event on Facebook. The announcement was made on their Facebook page. Precision Kia of Wesley Chapel wants to thank all their February charities and their supporters for an exciting month of voting. Congratulations to Books For Troops for getting the most votes and winning the February $1000 donation. They broke a record with 1099 votes followed closely by Sylvia Thomas Center with 874 votes. Patricia Murphy, Project Chairman of Books for Troops said, “I’m doing my happy dance! The other chairities we were competing against are amazing too. I’m just so grateful for all the support from our facebook fans.” The Books for Troops project began October 1st with a goal of collecting 1000 books to ship to deployed troops. As of today the project has collected 6,356 paperback books for troops. “The New Tampa Junior Woman’s Club budgeted $1000 to cover the shipping costs for the project. Together with an in-kind donation of postage from a local business we have packed and shipped 5,000 books. This donation from Wesley Chapel Kia will allow us to ship an additional 2,500 books to our troops overseas,” said Murphy. “To our facebook fans, this is their award too. We couldn’t have done it without their help,” said Murphy. “Many people have asked if I would do this year-round and I have decided to do it. This has been so much fun.” Palms Magazine
If you would like to make a donation toward postage for books please visit the GFWC New Tampa Juniors website www.gfwcnewtampajuniors.org and click the donate button on the bottom of the page.You can also friend Books for Troops on facebook or visit the blog BooksforTroopsTampa.wordpress.com for more information about the project.
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Saturday, April 21 Hunter’s Green Country Club Tickets are on sale NOW for an affordable cost of $85 single ticket, $160 for a couple.
GFWC Florida Convention The GFWC Florida Convention is April 27th - 30th It will be held at the Orlando Rosen Plaza. Members are welcome to come for a day or the whole weekend. Contact information: Patricia Murphy, www.GFWCNewTampaJuniors.org BooksforTroopsTampa.wordpress.com 813-991-6152 Email: BooksforTroops@gfwcnewtampajuniors.org
Tampa Palms Woman’s Club be a special show as Accessories and More, started in August of 1992, is celebrating its twentieth anniversary. “When I first started my business I only carried accessories, and then about 16 years ago I added the clothing. It’s a good thing I added the ‘…and More’ to my business name,” says Carr.
Come to this Fashion Show!
anet Carr, the owner of ‘Accessories and More’ will provide the fashions for the
Tampa Palms Women’s Club Fashion Show at the Tampa Palms Golf and Country Club on April 19th. It will
“I travel around the state doing fashion shows, trade shows, conventions, etc. selling my fashions and accessories. I carry merchandise that is typically found in a boutique, but since I do not have a storefront, my prices tend to be less expensive. I refer to my business as a ‘boutique on wheels.’ Instead of customers coming to me, I bring the store to the customer. I definitely carry enough to fill a store! My merchandise is geared toward the missy customer who wants to look fabulous at a reasonable price. She also likes to travel and wants fashions that are versatile, that travel well, and that are easy to care for. Most of my merchandise can be
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worn all year round here in Florida. “ “I do most of the same shows/groups year after year, so I know most of my customer base. That helps me when I’m deciding what to buy season after season. These customers have also become my friends. We have established a great relationship over the years. I am fortunate to have such wonderful, loyal customers who I can also call my friends.” Thus, the Tampa Palms Women’s Club invites all to come and see what “Accessories and More” is all about on April 19th, starting at 10.30 am with social time. The tickets, which cost $ 24, include lunch and door prizes. Raffle tickets are for sale, as well as the fashions being modeled. Proceeds will benefit OASIS, which provides basic necessities to needy students in Hillsborough County public schools. Reserve your ticket by contacting Tampapalmswc@yahoo. com or call Judy at 813-903-9034 by April 14th. v
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Ladies looking over auction items.
Barbara Shimer- our auctioneer.
At our Thursday April 5th general meeting, we will have a Texas Hold’em poker tournament. This is strictly for fun and prizes with no money involved and will directly follow our general meeting. No prior knowledge or experience is required, instruction on how to play will be provided. Members are requested to bring a sandwich, drinks and dessert will be provided.
The White Elephant sale held at the March 1st Tampa Palms Womens Club was a big success! Our ladies brought in 1 or 2 items for the sale, which were then auctioned off to the highest bidder by Barbara Shimer. Barbara provided lively and fast paced auctioneering with a good dollop of Page 16
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humor. There were several hotly contested items, with the biggest proceeds coming from a pair of large Chinese ceramic pots. Many went home with new items, and we look forward to doing this again next year! All proceeds will be used for charitable donations. v April 2012
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he nineteenth annual Taste of New Tampa, which took place on Sunday March 11, 2012 at Wharton High School, saw several format changes for this annual event. The most notable change was the introduction of a food tasting competition designed to add an air of competition and prestige amongst the participating restaurants, who again convened this year to help the New Tampa
Chamber of Commerce in its largest annual charity fundraising effort. Judging the inaugural 2012 Food Competition were Mr. Ernest Hooper, a frequent judge for local Tampa Bay food events and columnist for the Tampa Bay Times, and Chef Ricardo Castro, CEC, Director of Culinary, Baking and Pastry programs at the Art Institute of Tampa.
The competition divided provided food into three categories – Entrees, Appetizers, and Desserts. Results for each of the categories are as follows:
Entrees 1. La Cubanita 2. Café Ole 3. Kobe Steakhouse
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Desserts 1. Baker’s Gallery 2. Ph.D.~serts & Cakes 3. Betty Cakes
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Rotary NEWS Upcoming Programs Schedule Our regular weekly club breakfast meetings are held on Friday mornings at 7:00 AM at the Tampa Palms Golf and Country Club, 5811 Tampa Palms Blvd. Our schedule for future club and District events, their dates, meeting times and speakers is listed below.
April 13, 2012 - Mr. Al Illustrato
Vice President of Facilities/Customer Services and Maintenance, Tampa International Airport TIA’s Master Plan update project establishes new passenger growth projections, re-evaluates facility capacity needs, and determines the highest and best use of airport real estate.
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Bring a non-perishable food item to donate to Feeding America. Tickets, are just $25 and include a Pulled Pork and BBQ Chicken dinner with 2 sides and beverages. Children under 12 are free (when accompanied by paying adult). This year’s event will feature a 100 Car/Bike Show, all day live musical entertainment and an expanded “Vendor Village” spotlighting Women owned businesses. To order tickets, sign up as a vendor, sign up as a sponsor or register for the Car/Bike show, visit our website: www.rotarypigfest.com. v
April 20, 2012
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April 27, 2012 –Mark Van Trees Corporate Donations Coordinator, Support the Troops This non-profit organization sends 100-150 care packages each month to our troops under fire. Mark will give an overview of the organization and share its outreach program.
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Community Spotlight Cat Crusaders, Inc.
Neighbors Making a Difference
ennifer Palanda and Tyler Alverez both live in Tampa Palms, but they didn’t know each other until they started volunteering with Cat Crusaders, Inc., an all-volunteer cat rescue in the New Tampa/Wesley Chapel area. It was their desire to help, a need for community service hours, and their love of cats that brought them together. When it comes to the rescue, there is always plenty for volunteers to do. Students earn community service hours by volunteering at Petsmart New Tampa by BJ’s, where Cat Crusaders shows cats 7 days a week. Students are trained to kennel, which includes cleaning food and water bowls, scooping litter boxes, and of course, giving the kitties plenty of love. While kennelers are used during
the week, it is the weekends that are always in short supply of adult and student volunteers. Volunteers sign up for the hours they want to volunteer, so they set their own schedule and can volunteer for as much or as little as they desire. A majority of the cats and kittens find their forever homes on the weekends, so Cat Crusaders works in shifts on the weekends, which include Sat from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Adult volunteers learn how to screen individuals for adoption and oversee the high school student volunteers. There are always several volunteers at each shift, so no one is alone. Jennifer and Tyler are often in the store, helping with adoptions on the weekends.
Cat Crusaders is also always in need of foster homes for the furballs until they are adopted. Cat Crusaders supplies all the food, litter, and vet care while foster homes supply the love, and a clean, safe, indoor environment. Entire families can participate in fostering, and students earn community service hours for fostering, as long as their parents confirm that they helped care for their foster kitties. Kitten season has just started and Cat Crusaders as usual, is being hit from all sides. They try and help people in
the community, while also trying to save lives by taking kitties out of the two local kill shelters. Cat Crusaders is always looking for volunteers. There are many things to do from kenneling the adoption center, to helping with adoptions, to fostering a cat. There are even fundraising opportunities for those with allergies who want to help. For more information, visit them at PetSmart New Tampa on the weekends, or www. tampacatcrusaders.org, or call (813)472-9700. v
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Community News ethnic backgrounds from across the U.S. By joining CPS-3, you can help us understand how to prevent cancer, which will save lives and give people more of their most precious resource: time. More time with their families and friends, more memories, more celebrations . . . and more birthdays.
For more information contact Bill Holster at 813-994-1512. v
Cancer Prevention Study New Tampa Relay For Life News The event will be May 18th at 6 pm to May 19th Noon at Wharton High School. www.relayforlife.org/ newtampafl There are currently over 270 participants, 40+ teams, with over $24K raised. The numbers are growing! Upcoming Team party dates: April 17th, and May 1st at Holiday Inn Express and Suites at 8310 Galbraith Rd. at 7 pm.
If you’ve ever known someone with cancer, you know that birthdays are a very significant milestone. There are nearly 12 million people in America who have survived cancer - and countless more who have avoided it who will be celebrating birthdays this year. You can join the movement for more birthdays and fight back against cancer by enrolling in a new research study called the Cancer Prevention Study - 3 (CPS-3). The American Cancer Society’s Epidemiology Research Program is inviting men and women between the ages of 30 and 65 years who have no personal history of cancer to join this historic research study. The ultimate goal is to enroll at least 300,000 adults from various racial/
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Scout News Freedom High School sophomore and Eagle Scout Sam Bryant recently received the New Fire District’s Silver Bell Award from the Boy Scouts of America. This award, for which scouts do not apply, recognizes only 1 scout a year for service to scouting in the District. Sam was honored for
serving as avolunteer counselor at a summer camp for underprivileged Cub Scouts and for teaching knife safety to a newly-established allMuslim Scout Troop, in addition to other volunteer activities. v
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After the run stay and enjoy the Publix Post Race Party and maybe even enjoy a sports massage from some of our exhibitors. Race sponsorship opportunities are still available as are spots in the Health and Fitness Expo as an Exhibitor. For more information contact Tory at toryhowat@hotmail. com. We are hoping for 500 participants and we hope you’re one of them! “May the wind always be at your back”.
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The Hunter’s Green Noon Rotary recently hosted a speech competition. All participants were from Freedom High School. The participants were Karla Gaona, Reggien Washington and Taylor Taggert.
5k Lizard Trail Run Lawton Chiles Elementary School is very excited to announce its first annual “Lizard Tail 5k and 1 mile family fun run/walk”. This race is a community initiative centered on the health and well being of our youth. This will be a wonderful blend of community, business and school involvement. The race will be Saturday, May 19th starting at 8am at the Springhill Suites Marriott, 5396 Primrose Lake Circle. It will wind its way through Primrose Lake Circle and Lizard Tail Road. You can register for the run at www. active.com (Keyword: Lizard Tail). For race route and parking information go to chiles.mysdhc.org On Friday, May 18th from 5 pm – 8:30 pm there will be a Health and Fitness Expo. Come and enjoy food, music, bounce houses and more. You can pick up your race t-shirt and race packet while browsing the aisles of exhibitors from the health and fitness industry. For every middle school and high school runner that participates in the 5K race $5 of the registration fee will be given back to their school! Additionally, if you are a coach of a high school or middle school cross-country and/or track and field team, please let us know. One of our sponsors, Posso Sports Management Company, is personally overseeing this division. They are offering a cash incentive to the crosscountry/track and field program(s) that bring in the most runners from their schools to participate in the 5k race. To qualify for these great incentives middle school and high school students SHOULD NOT register through www.active.com. Contact Yvonne Moose at firstname.lastname@example.org for your registration information. Page 26
Liberty Middle School 17400 Commerce Park Blvd, Tampa, FL 33647, 558-1180 • Home of the Eagles. liberty.mysdhc.org
Science Fair Winner! Owen Tomsich, a Tampa Palms resident and third grade student at Lawton Chiles Elementary School, took home top honors at the 32nd Annual Hillsborough Regional Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathmetics (STEM) Fair held in February at the Tampa Convention Center. Owen won Third Grade “Best of Fair” for his project “Tipping Points: Which Tower Won’t LEGO?” Owen also won Superior in the Earth/Space Science Division and additionally received the LEGO Education “Engineering Our Future Award,” a special award given for using the design process in an investigation and using LEGOS to solve a problem. Owen built four towers of varying heights out of LEGOS and used a homemade shake table to simulate an earthquake to determine which towers were the most stable. Fellow Chiles’ third graders David Peng, Simon Johnson, and Reese Johnson also took home awards. David won Superior in the Physical Science division with his project “How Does the Type of Beyblade Affect Its Spinning Time?” Simon and Reese won Outstanding in the Life Science Group Division for their project “Growth Rate and Growing Medium.”
Vietnam War-era group with their award-winning web site.
Liberty Middle School at the History Fair Students from Liberty Middle School had three entries in SDHC’s History Fair held on February 24th. The LMS team was under the direction of master teacher Mr. Simon Meshbesher and USF intern Mr. David Dick. Maya Patel won in the individual website category with her project on India’s Green Revolution. Her project shows how science and technology are being used to feed India’s growing population. Maya received recognition for being “Most Enthusiastic about the Topic.”
Bailie Franklin and Junie Kim entered their project, on the historic Brown vs. Board of Education case that fought school segregation, in the group website category. The students became interested in this topic while researching the Civil Rights Movement. A third group, consisting of Sayan Chatterjee, Austin Leto, and David Alves, also entered in the group website division. They won third place for their Vietnam War-era project. Their website consists of an interactive timeline, interactive audio pieces, and many facts and primary sources. Way to go, Liberty Middle School! Palms Magazine
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