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SevenOaks News The community newsletter that brings us together! • Volume 2, Issue 5 - November, 2011

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irst, I need to apologize for my hasty mention of the Christmas Coloring Contest in the October issue. I stated the coloring page was to be in the November issue with results featured in December. That was incorrect. It will be in the December issue, the winner will be announced and receive the gift card on December 20th and the top picks displayed in the January issue. First place will receive a $25 gift card to Toys R Us. Sorry for the miscommunication. How was your Halloween? If you have any pictures from Halloween parties or the night of or your lovely Thanksgiving decorations, we would love to feature them. Think about sending your Christmas photos for the December cover as well. Remember, any photos that do not fit in print will be added to our facebook page. http://www. Check updated events there as well.


Be Thankful Thanksgiving Poem Be thankful that you don’t already have everything you desire. If you did, what would there be to look forward to? Be thankful when you don’t know something, for it gives you the opportunity to learn. Be thankful for the difficult times. During those times you grow. Be thankful for your limitations, because they give you opportunities for improvement. Be thankful for each new challenge, because it will build your strength and character. Be thankful for your mistakes. They will teach you valuable lessons. Be thankful when you’re tired and weary, because it means you’ve made a difference. It’s easy to be thankful for the good things. A life of rich fulfillment comes to those who are also thankful for the setbacks. Gratitude can turn a negative into a positive. Find a way to be thankful for your troubles, and they can become your blessings.

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For Advertising Information Call: 813-991-0323 A special Thank You to Publix for their support of Seven Oaks News & the Wesley Chapel community.

SR 54 & SR 56 on Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Proud Member of the Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce © 2011 Seven Oaks News. All rights reserved. Seven Oaks News is published monthly, distributed by the U.S. Postal Service free to all residents of the Seven Oaks community and advertisers. The views expressed within are not necessarily those of the Publisher, the Board of Supervisors for the Seven Oaks CDD, SOPOA or the Resident Counsel. Lists are for reference only and do not imply official sanction or recommendation by Seven Oaks News. Editorial submission are welcome. Publisher reserves the right to reject or edit all submissions for length and/or clarity. The Publisher is not responsible for errors or omissions.

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Seven Oaks

CDD information

By Bill Parsons Vice Chairman, Seven Oaks CDD

Roads Get a Seal Coating


uring November 6-20, Ancient Oaks Blvd from S.R. 56 to the north traffic circle and Summergate Blvd will have a seal coat which is an asphalt base covering that seals cracks and extends the life of the payment. This will cause temporary road closures during this period. In October, the defective parts of these roads were repaired (see pictures on this page). The repairs are being done first so when the seal coating is applied, it covers up these repairs as well as previous repairs.

One of the first acts of the CDD Board was to ask the engineer to conduct a reserve funding study to determine how much the Board needed to put into reserves to cover the cost of future major repairs to the CDD infrastructure, club house, etc. Since the first study was completed in 2009, it has

been revised several times. Based on this study, the CDD Board determined in 2009 that they would add $217,000 to the reserve fund. For future years, the amount would be increased by 1 percent each year (see chart on next page).

The Board received three bids for this project. We selected the lowest bidder which was DuraSeal Asphalt Sealing and Paving Company who bid $30,458 to repair 15 areas and to do the seal coating for $44,466. This is the first of many maintenance projects that will be required to keep the Seven Oaks roads in good condition. The resident controlled CDD Board started planning for these projects when it first took over the CDD Board in November 2008.

Repairs to an area of Ancient Oaks Blvd in front of Shoregrass on October 13, 2011.

DuraSeal Asphalt Sealing and Paving Company repairs an area of Ancient Oaks Blvd in front of Brookforest on October 8, 2011.

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Seal coating is one of three levels of repairs that our Seal coating is one of three levels of repairs that our engineer recommended in the reserve study. After engineer recommended in the reserve study. After several several seal coating applications, he recommends that seal coating applications, he recommends that the roads the roads receive a thin layer of asphalt which is usureceive a thin layer of asphalt which is usually about 3/8 ally about 3/8 inch. This is called micro-surfacing. inch. This is called micro-surfacing. After several more After several more applications of a seal coating, the applications of a seal coating, the roads will have to be roads will have to be milled down and a new coat of milled down and a new coat of asphalt applied. This is asphalt applied. This is called mill and resurfacing. Of called mill resurfacing. Of course, seal followed coating isby the course, sealand coating is the least expensive least expensive followed by micro-surfacing and then the micro-surfacing and then the very expensive mill and very expensive mill and resurfacing. resurfacing.

By now, now, you By you may may be beasking askingwhen whenwill willthe therest restofofAncient AnOaks Blvd, Mystic Oak Blvd, and all the streets the cient Oaks Blvd, Mystic Oak Blvd, and all the in streets Seven be improved. The engineer’s in the Oaks Sevenneighborhoods Oaks neighborhoods be improved. The recommendation was based on these streetsthese were engineer’s recommendation waswhen based on when built and how much determining streets were built andtraffic how they muchhandle trafficinthey handle in when they would repaired. chart on this determining whenbethey wouldThe be repaired. Thepage chart shows engineer’s estimated costestimated data of repairing these on thisthe page shows the engineer’s cost data roads. He used a 4roads. percentHe annual factor to deof repairing these used inflation a 4 percent annual termine the costto ofdetermine the construction and There inflation factor the cost ofmaterials. the construcare five aspects of this chart that are worth noting. tion and materials. There are five aspects of this chart that are worth noting. First, the amount added to the reserves increases 1 percent per year. has the effect higher CDD First, theThis amount added to of thesignificantly reserves increases 1 perassessments in future years. cent per year. This has the effect of significantly higher CDD assessments in future years. Second, there is $40,800 each year which is $29,800 for non roadthere repairs as clubhouse, ponds, etc Second, is such $40,800 each yearamenities, which is $29,800 and $11,000 for miscellaneous repairs. for non road repairs such as clubhouse, amenities, ponds, etc and $11,000 for miscellaneous repairs. Third, there is a major maintenance expense each four years (2012, etc) that is added toexpense the $40,800. In Third, there 2016, is a major maintenance each four these (2012, years, the engineer is recommending a combination years 2016, etc) that is added to the $40,800. of the three levels repairs on the roads. In these years, theofengineer is recommending a combination of the three levels of repairs on the roads. Fourth, in 2014 and 2015, the $40,800 increased to $355,800inbecause the 2015, engineer that to Fourth, 2014 and therecommended $40,800 increased $355,800 because engineer recommended thatthe $315,000 in each ofthe these years be added to replace $315,000 in each of these years be added to replace the pavers. pavers. Fifth, with the current reserve funding, the CDD will not Fifth, with the current reserve funding, the CDD will have enough funds for major repairs of roads, clubhouse, not have enough funds for major repairs of roads, clubetc starting in 2040. Our engineer suggested at a previous house, etc starting Our engineer CDD meeting thatin the2040. amount being addedsuggested to reservesat abeprevious CDD meeting that the amount being added increased. v to reserves be increased.

Reserve Study allocates nature trail. Reserve Study allocatesfunds funds to to repair repair nature trail. CDD Board approvenecessary necessary repairs soon. The The CDD Board willwill approve repairs soon.



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HOme Owners Association

Some Things, I Think, I Think Apathy - Noun

1. absence of emotion 2. absence of interest in or enthusiasm for things generally considered interesting or moving. See….Most Seven Oaks property owners.


realize that some of you might take offense at the “Most Seven Oaks property owners” reference but I stand by my statement. The SOPOA board recently held its annual meeting and election of board members eligible for new terms and to fill a vacancy on the board. Notices were sent to all homeowners of record asking for candidates to come forward and then ballots for the election of the

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candidates. Most of you didn’t even bother to return your ballot. There were a few more folks at the annual meeting but we were not even close to a quorum. For those few of you who took the time to attend, I’d like to say “Thank you for your interest in your community.” It’s disappointing to see so few attend the SOPOA board meetings. We do have a few folks who are there month after month. Again, “Thank You’. I think that apathy is very unhealthy for a community. I liken it to a disease. Apathy spreads. Apathy breeds excuses…”I don’t have time to attend the meetings.” “They aren’t interested in anything I have to say.” “The only thing they do is tell people what they can’t do.” Apathy causes homeowners money when they

are forced to correct something in order to bring it into compliance with the community covenants. Apathy is insidious in that it takes over and becomes the de-facto attitude of the community. Apathy = “I just don’t care!” I think that the Seven Oaks homeowners are a better group than that. I know, I get to speak with many of you. I am astounded by the diversity of the knowledge, and range of skills of our homeowners. I often think how great it would be to have some of you involved in the SOPOA board or serving on one of the committees. I still believe that people care about the community and how it’s being directed. So, I’m repeating my invitation. Come to a SOPOA Board meeting, volunteer. Who

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knows…You might even get to write an article or two! I think that when people get involved in the Homeowners Association, they find it interesting, enlightening and rewarding. Give it a try!


-Noun 1. being more deeply into something 2. having an effect on See….The potential in this community.

Just some things, I think I think… Dick Fink Vice President SOPOA


Seven Oaks

CDD information

Maintenance of Traffic for Roadway Seal Coating this schedule may be adjusted for weather

November 6 & 7 (Sunday & Monday) Ancient Oaks from SR 56 to Cashford

November 12 & 13 (Saturday & Sunday) Ancient Oaks NB from Cashford to 2nd Circle

Close Outside Lanes & left turn lane of SB Ancient Oaks

Close North Bound Ancient Oaks from North Entrance to Sam’s to 2nd Circle

A. Close one turn lane WB SR 56 to NB Ancient Oaks (coordinate with FDOT)

A. Summergate enter & exit from BB Downs

B. Amberside entrance on Ancient Oaks closed – use Summergate entrances

C. Ancient Oaks entrance from BB Downs to Mystic Oaks, then South on Ancient

D. Ancient Oaks exit SB on Ancient Oaks

E. Inside lane of circle to be coated

November 8 & 9 (Tuesday & Wednesday) Ancient Oaks from SR 56 to Cashford

F. Clubhouse main entrance closed Sunday morning – use north entrance

Close Inside Lanes (Cashford to 1st circle remains open)

G. Clubhouse north entrance closed late Sunday – use main entrance

H. All housing areas will have outsides closes in a split driveway

B. Traffic to remain on inside lanes

C. Sam’s / Business Entrances

• Close S. Entrance • Middle entrance open with split driveways • Close N. Entrance • Close Cashford – use Summergate Entrance

A. Traffic to remain on inside lanes B. All Sam’s Business Entrances open

November 19 & 20 (Saturday & Sunday) Ancient Oaks SB from 2nd Circle to Cashford

November 10 & 11 (Thursday & Friday) Summergate Boulevard from BB Downs to Circle

Close SB Ancient Oaks from 2nd Circle to North Entrance of Professional Park

Close Summergate from BB Downs to Circle both directions

A. Silvermoss exit closed – all traffic exit on Ancient Oaks

B. Amberside exit closed – all traffic exit on ancient Oaks

C. Cashford exit closed – all traffic exit on Ancient Oaks

D. Winsor Club to exit into Sam’s Club then west to Ancient Oaks using split driveways

• Discovery Point Closed Saturday

Saturday, November 19th will be a catch up day for weather or other problems in first week. If problems occur the second week, all activities will be stopped Wednesday at noon and all lanes will be opened. SEVEN OAKS NEWS

A.Summergate enter & exit from BB Downs

B. Ancient Oaks enter from SR 56 via Ancient Oaks

C. Ancient Oaks exit via Ancient Oaks NB to Mystic Oaks to BB Downs

D. Stillbrook to have split entrances

E. All inside areas with split entrances will have middle sections coated Wednesday.

• This information will be sent to all residents 2 weeks prior to the start of the work.

• Road closed and detour signs will be provided by DuraSeal

• The second day is for final cure / striping / split driveways

• American will coordinate with FDOT about lane closures at SR 56.

• Variable Message Signs will be used when SR 56 traffic is affected

• American will coordinate with Pasco County School Transportation to assure access to all pick-up areas and the Elementary School.

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• American to coordinate with Pasco County Emergency Management to be appraised of daily lane closures. DuraSeal will expedite access for emergency vehicles. • American will coordinate with Rampart about gate openings

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resident council SAVE YOUR BRAKES, PLAN AHEAD: Constantly scan your driving environment and watch the actions of other drivers, bikers, runners, and walking pedestrians. Anticipating others’ actions can save your brakes and prevent hurting someone.

Safety In Seven

MINIMIZE DISTRACTIONS: Distractions could be loud music, siblings’ arguing, a pet, and yes -- a cell phone. By minimizing your distractions you can be more aware and watch for workers in the golf carts, landscapers, repair personnel and animals.


Do You Practice Safe & Courteous Driving On Our Streets? Whether you have been driving for many years or just acquired your permit, there are a few safe driving reminders that everyone should know -- and follow here in our community:


of motorcyclists, bicyclists and pedestrians. Signals alert everyone of your intentions and allow them to make a decision of how to remain safe.

ACKNOWLEDGE PEDESTRIANS AT CROSSWALKS: Remember to slow and stop for pedestrians in crosswalks.

OBEY THE SPEED LIMIT. As posted, Seven Oaks speed limit is 30 MPH on the main boulevards. Obviously, during certain school hours the speed limit is reduced on Mystic Oak in the school zone. And, in the neighborhoods, the speed limit is 20 MPH.


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OBSERVE SCHOOL BUS STOPS: Common sense -- stop when the school bus stops. STOP SIGN means stop, not yield:

PEDESTRIANS: We have covered a few safety and courteous tips for drivers. Have you ever heard the saying “pancakes have two sides”. Now we need to remind pedestrians to be courteous and safe just as drivers should be.

PEDESTRIANS RUNNING/ JOGGING in the street (in bike lanes): Wearing dark clothing, jogging in the dark and jogging in the road is very dangerous. Dare one say more.

PEDESTRIANS WALKING IN THE STREETS: Seven Oaks has sidewalks. We should use them.

CELL PHONES while Driving in Seven Oaks: Oh brother!!! Have you seen this scenario? A SUV, mother on the cell phone, and “speeding” more than 35 MPH down the boulevard with the kids? I would bet that you have, OR, you could be this person.

Vehicle Summary:

USE TURN SIGNALS: Are we psychic? NO. Although we should anticipate a turn or lane change, we cannot guess the move you are planning. It is important for vehicles but especially important for the safety

times, a car will tailgate a vehicle while the vehicle is turning into a neighborhood. This is rude and is not wise. A turn into a neighborhood should be slow and controlled. Seven Oaks has many children and we should be cognizant that there may be children in the area turning into a neighborhood.

Do You Practice Safe & Courteous Biking, Walking, Jogging/Running Habits In Our Community?

Be courteous, be patient, pay attention, follow the law. We all can be better drivers and better community neighbors if we set a good example. Observing the road signs for speed limits, pedestrian crossing, and using common sense rules may make the difference between a safe and pleasant driving experience rather than an emotional outburst. Remember to keep your emotions in check. Yes, an inconsiderate driver may cut in front of you, take a parking space where you were first in line. And yes, you may feel annoyed but try to keep these emotions in check and set a good example.

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CROSS WALKS: Use cross walks, when available, as you cross the road/streets. In doing this, remember not to step out into the cross walk “expecting” a vehicle to yield the right of way. Wait until the vehicle slows and/or stops. CHILDREN PLAYING IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Parents should ensure that their children are not “playing in the streets” where there are lots of traffic or other unsafe conditions. IN SUMMARY: These are just a few things to refresh your memory to help keep our community safer. With the holidays rapidly approaching, it is imperative that we all do our part to keep our community residents safe.

Reta Parsons The Laurels Seven Oaks


Seven Oaks

resident council

To Undergo Major Repairs


as anyone noticed the condition of the four (4) pools at the Seven Oaks Clubhouse? Those with a discerning eye see that normal wear and tear has taken its toll since 2002. With the CDD’s reserve fund containing the dollars necessary to cover the costs of major repairs to the pools, the CDD’s Supervisors approved the repairs and the costs at the CDD meeting on 9-14-2011.

Resort Pool There is staining/ discoloration around the return vents at the bottom of the pool. This is from prior metal pumps creating rust. Tiles below the lip of the pool and above the water line have (oil) stains that are similar to the stains in the Lap Pool. The large section of steps must have a skid resistant surface applied in order to re-open after repairs are complete.

Wade Pool

Management at the Clubhouse can easily point out the problem areas that require repair. Here are some of the most noticeable areas with problems:

This little pool must be the favorite place for young children and their parents or adult guardians; because it clearly needs repair. There is a spot beneath the surface that is worn to the concrete, and there is discoloration.

Lap Pool or Jr. Olympic Pool There a two (2) large

Presently, mechanical systems for operating the pools do not require repair.

cracks on the bottom; along the sides of the pool surface. Another crack appears at the bottom near the middle of lane 3. Then, above the water line, there is staining and chips on most tiles along the four sides of the pool. These are the tiles above the shelf of the pool. Oils, dirt and normal wear and tear are the cause. Also, there are cracks around the underwater lights.

Splash Park From a distance, with the sun shining and water soaring into the air, everything appears so nice. Actually, numerous thin cracks exist around the circular surface before the water line. Then, there are stain marks and worn sections. Plus, the water features/structures, clearly require repair, sanding and repainting at the bases.

The Repair Process Water, per results of prior testing, is not being lost through the cracks in the Lap Pool. Existing cracks will receive an injection of a dura-bond mechanical gunite bonding system. Existing cracks will be traced with a diamond saw. Thereafter any dust or residue will be cleaned. Once the sealant cures, it will have the hardness of a truck tire: very hard, very strong, but flexible to accommodate future movement without allowing any water loss.

If a crack is found to be worse than anticipated, the contractor will use either a fiber reinforced crack suppression system or carbon fiber reinforcing techniques to make the repair. The stained tiles will be replaced with new tiles that match the existing 6x6 tiles in the pool.

What will the repairs cost?

Three proposals with bids from contractors were received and evaluated prior to the approval by the CDD’s Supervisors. The approved amounts are as follows (rounded): Lap Pool . . . . . . Resort Pool . . . Splash Pool . . Wade Pool . . . .

$47,300 $33,200 $15,250 $2,000

Repairs are likely to begin in early November and end in late December. Additional repair work may delay the re-opening of the pool(s) until sometime in January of 2012. The management at the Clubhouse will keep residents up-to-date on the repairs and the scheduled re-opening of the pool(s).

Don Forgit

RC Representative: Villas at Edenfield Although it is possible for an original crack to re-occur, a re-occurring crack is limited to the size of the old one. It will not bleed rust or leak water; whereas a staple repair method could bleed rust or leak water after a crack re-occurs.

At the next Resident Council meeting (Nov. 1st, 2011), elections will be held to select a new board for the RC for 2012. All interested parties need to attend the RC meeting on that date if they want to be considered for the one of the following posts: Chairman, Vice-Chairman, and Secretary.

The Residents Council meets the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM in the Clubhouse Gathering Room.

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NEWS & Events

2011 Health & Wellness Festival


he Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce will hold the 2011 Health and Wellness Festival on Sunday November 13, 2011 from 7am4pm. The event will take place at the Grove at Wesley Chapel located at I-75 and SR 54 in Wesley Chapel. Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel is the proud presenting sponsor and the medical community that supports them will be providing free screenings. The event will kick off with the 5K Run / 1K walk at 7am, followed by the Fun Run at 7:30am. We invite the community to visit with medical, health and wellness professionals from 9a- 4p. The

event will feature fitness and healthy cooking demonstrations as well as live entertainment and children’s activities; featuring something for the whole family to enjoy. The Greater Wesley Chamber of Commerce looks forward to you joining in making Wesley Chapel known as the place to live, shop, work and play and the “Opportunity Community”! Contact: Christine X. Hope Director of Sales and Marketing 956-8888 Cell marketingdirector@

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Seven Oaks Clubhouse Hours & contact Info: Theresa Flores, Manager Clubhouse Phone: (813)907-7987 Clubhouse Fax: (813)907-0660 Bryan Cooper, Staff Supervisor E-mail: Website: Clubhouse Hours: Sun. 7am - 9 pm; Mon. - Sat. 7am - 10pm Café Hours: Daily 7am - 8pm Fitness Room Hours: Sun. 5am - 9pm; Mon. - Sat. 5am - 10pm

clubhouse info



Maintaining Beauty of Seven Oaks

Daylight Savings

The beauty of the Clubhouse and surrounding areas is one of the things that makes Seven Oaks such a great place to live and work. As we tour the grounds to make sure that everything looks as scenic as possible we have noticed an abundance of litter around the basketball courts and parking lot. While we do have staff that maintains the grounds, they are not able to pick up after everyone all the time. This also takes us away from other duties that need to be performed in the Clubhouse. Please make an effort to use the trash cans that have been provided on the premises for any litter that should be disposed of. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

SEVEN OAKS LADIES FOODIE CLUB Do you enjoy: socializing while eating out and trying new restaurants? Going to food and drink tastings? Learning more about cooking techniques and trends? Watching cooking shows and reading culinary magazines? Shopping for the latest kitchen cookware and gadgets? Trying and sharing new recipes? Participating in foodie activities around town with other ladies as your schedule permits? If so, please e-mail me at and I will add you as a member to this new club! --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gathering Room Rentals Thinking of hosting a party? Consider reserving the Clubhouse for your private function. We offer morning, afternoon and evening rentals. Rates are as follows for Seven Oaks residents: 3 Hours $100.00 (tax inclusive) 4 Hours $130.00 (tax inclusive) 5 Hours $160.00 (tax inclusive) 6 Hours $185.00 (tax inclusive) (Includes the Theater) Further inquiries, please contact Clubhouse Manager at (813) 907-7987 or, or view online at --------------------------------------------------------------------------

GATE REMOTES The Clubhouse does not deal with gate remotes. Please call Sue Diaz with Rampart Properties, Sue Diaz (813) 963-6400 ext. 207 Or Direct: (813) 386-2557 or email: Page 16

Don’t forget to set your clocks back on November 6th for Daylight Savings Time. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Wacky Wednesday During the Fall and Winter season the Cafe will once again feature 1/2 price Wednesdays. Come in and enjoy your favorite Cafe items for a fraction of the cost. Wacky Wednesday will remain until the last Wednesday in February. Discount applies to Seven Oaks Residents. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Clubhouse Renovations The Clubhouse will be undergoing some renovations at the end of October. We will be receiving new flooring in the Cafe, Gym, Gathering Room, Jr. Activities Room and Toddler Room. The Gathering Room will not be available for rentals or use from October 24th through October 28th. The other rooms may be closed throughout the end of October. Notices of closures will be posted. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Book Club Hi, my name is Barbara Root. I would like to start a Bookclub meeting once a month in the Seven Oaks Clubhouse during the 3rd week of the month. If anyone is interested, please contact me at or cinnamon5653@yahoo. com. I can also be reached at 813-765-3853. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Field Rentals Just a friendly reminder that a portion of the Soccer Field is available for rentals. The rental rate for a portion of the field is $25.00 an hour. If you are interested in renting and would like to host a party or event, please keep in mind that any vendors that perform, must carry valid liability insurance, and provide management with a copy of their insurance. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Guest Pass Out of town guests residing in your home, may be placed on a guest pass. Please contact the Clubhouse Manager @ (813) 907-7987 in order to make arrangements for this pass. To receive a guest pass, you must provide your resident access card, along with your guest’s photo ID (drivers license preferred). Please understand that guest(s) are not permitted to bring additional guests(s). November 2011

Mah Jongg We are looking for experienced players to join our Mah Jongg group. We meet in the Clubhouse on Wednesdays and/or Fridays from the hours of 1-5pm. Please call Fran at (813) 412-3612 for more information. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Pool Closure All pools have been scheduled to be resurfaced during the months of November and December. Due to repair work that must be completed we will be closing the pools for the entire month of November and anticipate a late December reopening. You can log on to www.mysevenoaks to receive updates. We apologize in advance if this causes any inconvenience. We hope that you will enjoy the new makeover in the summer months to come. SEVEN OAKS NEWS

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Random Card Checks Fax Service We would like to notify residents that the Clubhouse Staff will be performing random access card checks throughout the off-season. We do not wish to cause any inconvenience to the residents, but as we no longer have a full staff to check access cards upon entrance we must occasionally perform random checks to insure that non-residents are not taking advantage of this fact. Please make an effort to have your access card nearby so that we may easily view it should we happen to pass by. We appreciate your understanding. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Access Cards Access Cards must be present when entering the Clubhouse or using any area of the Clubhouse facility. The picture on the card must match the person presenting the card. If you lost or misplaced your access card, you must replace it if you would like to utilize the facilities. The fee for a replacement card is $15. (tax inclusive) Individuals who do not have a valid access card will be asked to leave the premises or pay the daily nonresident usage fee. Please treat your access card as a key to entering your home. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Tennis Rackets for Rent Want to play tennis and need a racket? For your convenience, tennis rackets are available to rent at the clubhouse. The fee is $2.00 + tax each, per 1 ½ hour use. -------------------------------------------------------------------------

Tennis Balls for Sale Purchase tennis balls for your convenience at the Café. Cost per three pack is $2.50 + tax. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Adult Softball Team! I’m looking for a few good men and women who are interested in starting a Co-Ed softball team here in Seven Oaks. Practices would be held on Sunday mornings at the Clubhouse field. I want to get a team together to represent our community in a local softball league. If anyone is interested please contact me at --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Rain Ponchos for Sale At resident’s requests, we will now be selling rain ponchos in the Cafe for $2.00 plus tax. (2 per pack) SEVEN OAKS NEWS

Long distance $2.25 1st sheet and $1.00 each additional sheet (max. 10 sheets) + tax. Local $1.75 1st sheet and $1.00 each aditional sheet (max. 10 sheets) + tax. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Copy Service

Black and white only .15 per sheet (max. 10 sheets). Color copies .40 per sheet (max. 10 sheets). --------------------------------------------------------------------------


If you are interested in playing Bunko, contact Judy at (813) 991-5577. All players need to be placed on a play list. As players are needed, you will be called. This is not a CDD Sponsored function. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Le Leche

Meeting the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7:00pm at the Clubhouse. Contact Information: Allison (813)7783030 or Michelle (321)230-1300. This is not a CDD Sponsored function. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Holiday Hours November 23rd 7am to 4pm November 24th (Thanksgiving Day) Closed The Clubhouse will reopen at 7am on November 25th December 24th 7am to 4pm December 25th (Christmas Day) Closed The Clubhouse will reopen at 7am on December 26th at 7am December 31st (New Year’s Eve) 7am - 4pm January 1st (New Year’s Day) Closed The Clubhouse will reopen at 7am on January 2nd --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Public Meeting Dates Seven Oaks Community Development District Meeting The Board of Supervisors of the Seven Oaks Community Development District will hold their monthly meetings in the Seven Oaks Clubhouse at 6:30pm on the following dates. For any questions or for more information, please email Scott Brizendine at or visit and click on CDD.

November 9th December 14th

Residents Council Meeting Resident Council holds their monthly meetings at the Clubhouse at 7:00pm on the following dates. If you have a question, concern or need information, please email the Resident Council Chairwoman Holly Hill at or go to, click on Resident Council.

November 1st December 6th November 2011

Design Review Committee DRC holds their regular monthly meeting at the Seven Oaks Clubhouse at 7:00pm on the following dates. Visit www.MySevenOaks. com for any questions or for more information on the DRC. To download your Architectural Modification Request, go to, click on SOPOA, click Documents and Forms and click on Architectural Modification Request.

November 21st December 19th

SOPOA Seven Oaks Property Owners’ Association SOPOA will hold their regular monthly meeting at the Seven Oaks Clubhouse at 6:00pm on the following dates. Visit for any questions or information you may need on the Seven Oaks Property Owners Association.

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Seven Oaks

clubhouse events

Sunday, December 18th

Friday, December 16th. From 7 – 11pm

Breakfast with Mrs. Claus Breakfast runs from 10am to 11am & from 11am to 12pm. We will be serving eggs, bagels, muffins, danish, assorted juices and chocolate milk. Cost is $2 per child. Wristbands must be picked up at the time of reservation.

Seating is limited so please reserve as soon as possible. Reservations must be made by December 15th.

Holiday Happy Hour Karaoke

Featuring Holiday Karaoke by Camacho Karaoke Come out to the Clubhouse to mingle with neighbors during the Holiday Season. We will be hosting a resident happy hour Karaoke night with raffles running every ½ hour beginning at 8pm and ending at 10pm. All money collected will go towards non-monetary prizes, DJ, and paper products.

This is a CDD sponsored event.

Please contact Theresa or Bryan at (813) 907-7987 or email at: to reserve.

Bring your favorite beverage and an appetizer or dessert to share. Reservations would be appreciated but not required. 21 and over only. $2 per person. This is a CDD sponsored event.

Come out and meet

Santa & Mrs. Claus at the Clubhouse

Sunday, December 18th. 2 pm – 4 pm

Food & Toy Drive Saturday, December 10th, 9am to 3pm At the Clubhouse

We will be serving sandwich squares, cookies and hot chocolate. Reservations are not required. All toys collected at the Clubhouse will be distributed to families in Wesley Chapel.

This is a CDD sponsored event.

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Seven Oaks

clubhouse events

Come join us for the 3rd Annual

recipe exchange Sunday, November 13th, 2011 3pm - 6pm at the Clubhouse

We will provide the Turkey and Dressing! You will share your favorite side dish or dessert along with your recipe on the card below. (Please make 20 copies to share) Bring your beverage of choice. Must sign up no later than November 8th. Please contact Theresa or Bryan for reservations @ 813-907-7987 or email Limited Seating.

_________________________________________ Name of Recipe

From the kitchen of: ______________________________________________________________________ Ingredients: _____________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ Directions: ______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ Prep time: ____________

Cook time: ____________

This is a CDD sponsored event.


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Seven Oaks


Guitar Lessons

Seven Oaks Clubhouse?

Monday, Tuesday, & Friday 2:30pm - 6:30pm Call for prices and to schedule private lessons.

Cameron Schmitz

(813) 994-4353 A Berklee College of Music graduate offering all styles and levels of guitar and bass.

Karate Tuesday and Thursday 5:00pm-8:00pm

Meets in the Aerobic Room, Call for pricing.


Kindergarten-9th grade Florida State Certified.

John Augello

or email

Ballet Jazz Hip-Hop Cheerleading • 4:30pm to 5:00pm – Ballet/Jazz Combo (ages 3-4) • 5:00pm to 5:30pm – Ballet/Jazz Combo (ages 5-6) • 5:30pm to 6:15pm – Ballet/Jazz/Hip Hop Combo (ages 7-9) • 6:15pm to 7:00pm – Ballet/Jazz/Hip Hop Combo (ages 10 and up) Pre-register to reserve your spot, space is limited.


(813) 451-7413 Sabah (813)-838-1726

Dance Classes

To the Pointe Dance Centre (813) 679-0395

Summer group sessions available.

Quickstart Programs, Private Lessons, Adult and Children’s Clinics, Cardio Tennis. Beginners, Intermediate and advanced.

Boot Camp - Adults

Zumba @ Seven Oaks with Celina Ditch the workout-join the party! The Zumba program fuses hypnotic Latin-inspired and international rythms into easy-to-follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind fitness program that will blow you away. For all ages and fitness levels! Mondays & Wednesdays - 7pm $6 per class or 5 for $25

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Get in gear with an outdoor boot camp. Enjoy nature and have fun at the same time while you get fit. All fitness levels welcome. Call for pricing and times. 1st class is complimentary. Classes starting as low as $8.

Boot Camp for Kids

Cardio, strength, flexibility core and endurance using bodies own weight, bands and running

Jack Somoano (813) 498-9296 or email SEVEN OAKS NEWS

To the Pointe Dance Centre complimentary session

After School Sports Program

YMCA Basketball Camp Michael McCollum (813) 866-9622


Take your game to new heights. The YMCA will be hosting a basketball camp on the Seven Oaks Basketball Courts. This program will focus on individual skill development for players that truly want to improve their skills in Basketball.


Sessions will be held on Tuesdays & Thursdays October Sessions: Oct. 4,6,11,13,18,20 November Sessions: Nov 1,3,8,10,15,17

Soccer League Skills Evaluations will be conducted on September 10th and September 17th at Seven Oaks from 9 AM until 11 AM Girls and Boys, Ages 3-13 League Dates: September 24 - November 5

Cost $55 per participant. Seven Oaks residents receive $5.00 off fees. Both a Y member and Seven Oaks resident, receive $10.00 off.

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Community Spotlight

Books for Troops: Gfwc New Tampa Junior Woman’s Club (Ntjwc) & Juniorettes Partner with Local Businesses


ooks for Troops, a new project of GFWC New Tampa Juniors and Juniorettes started in October. Several businesses have partnered with them to collect the books in the blue boxes. “Arleen Andrews at Bangs and Blondes in Wesley Chapel and Anita Long at Business Ink Printing in Temple Terrace were our first partners,” said Patricia Murphy the project chairman. “Then Dr. Levin in Wesley Chapel and New

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Tampa Well Spa joined the blue box campaign.“Our partners have been accepting donations of paperback books at their locations” “Initially this project was about collecting a few books from our members as a form of recycling and sending them to our troops. However, in the past few weeks it has blossomed into a huge event with the help of our GFWC sisters in District 8.”

What’s her secret to getting the job done? “It’s not really a secret. I think if you feel passionately about something you can accomplish almost anything. I thought this would be a perfect project that would encompass my belief in recycling while doing some good for those that fight everyday to protect us. Fortunately I have a lot of friends that feel the same way and are happy to weed out the paperbacks from their libraries to support our troops.” Want to start a book collection at your office or community and support Books for Troops? “This is such an easy project anyone can get involved. Just collect paperbacks from your friends or neighbors and then drop them off at one of our business partners or call or email me for pick up of 100 books or more” said Murphy.

When I was little my grandmother was always reading rather than watching television. The joy of reading is something she passed down to me and something I’d like to share with local veterans too.” “We are collecting all kinds of books. Even comic books. Basically any books that the Troops can read during their down time,”said Murphy, “We CAN NOT accept books about religion, the apocalypse or pornographic materials.” If you would like to volunteer or make a donation for postage please contact Patricia Murphy for more information Murphy.Patricia@ or v

Ms. Murphy said, “In the next phase of this project I’d like to see donations of hardback large print books for the library at Baldomero Lopez Memorial Veterans Nursing Home.

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Community Spotlight

Boxes of Hope & Bags of Joy Center offers families much more than food and toys.


hen most people think of Metropolitan Ministries, tents, food, turkeys and toys come to mind. While those are a big part of what the Ministries does for the holidays, none of it could be possible without the support of the Seven Oaks community.

During Thanksgiving and Christmas, The Ministries constructs a 32,000 square foot red and white tent that resembles Santa’s Village. Families receive Boxes of Hope (food items for a complete holiday meal, including a turkey) and Bags of Joy (toys and stocking stuffers for children. The Holiday

Impact, changed lives, transformation and hope are holiday miracles that seem to unfold right before ones eyes. Through the Ministries Compassion + Action community outreach initiative geared toward serving more families in more communities, the Ministries has partnered with organizations across the bay area to serve families in need. The tents known as Holiday Centers, now total 9 locations in three counties--Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco, serving as a place for volunteers, donors and those receiving services to come in contact with each other. The Ministries is encouraging the Seven Oaks community to collect

Boxes of Hope and Bags of Joy, by challenging your friends, coworkers, school and faith groups to collect 20, 50, or 100 boxes and bags for the families the Ministries will serve this year. You won’t be able to serve all 25,000 families in need, but each community member can make a difference in a life by feeding ONE family or providing ONE toy to a child in need. The Brink Foundation is making it easier for your donation to go further…their BOGO match is back this year! Each toy and food donation will be matched by the foundation up to 2,500 toys and 45,000 pounds of food. Be a part of the Seven Oaks food and toy drive on December 10th, from 9am to 3pm at the clubhouse v

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y neighbor and I walk, that is stroll, well maybe amble each weekday morning for about 30 minutes. Included in our conversation are sports, current events and history. History only includes our personal life, almost one hundred and seventy years between us, and not any insignificant national kind.

By Ralph Palomba

A couple of weeks ago at the start of our excursion we noticed a neighbor setting up a garage sale. “Yes it was the week-end for Seven Oaks Garage Sales”.

est to look around, explaining that decent picture frames could be purchased at a very good price at these activities. Bob is an accomplished water colorist, and always has a project on his easel. As we approached the dense area of the many items being offered, Bob exclaimed “Heh! That’s one of my paintings.” Sure-nuff there was his Monica clear as all get-out right there on the art. When the find was brought to the attention of the home owner, Judy, she said she acquired the treasure at a Good Will emporium and she immediately withdrew the Art piece from the for-sale area. O. K. So it wasn’t a zillion dollar Michael what’s his name, or some French guy that added a few paint strokes to a canvas, but as Judy said, “I want to keep this painting, after all the Artist is my neighbor.” v

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WCAA Sports


New Sweetees Offering!

For the first time in the 10-year history of the Wesley Chapel Athletic Association’s Baseball/Softball program, we are pleased to introduce a new division in Girls’ Softball: The ‘Sweetees’. This division is specifically designed for girls aged 4-6 years old for the opportunity to play the game of softball with other girls their same age and skill level. WCAA has a lot to offer the children of the area; however a true T-ball division just for these young “Sweetees” was previously not available to them.  Prior to this season, young girls who registered were placed on a T-ball team with

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mostly boys. Each season, WCAA would only have 4-5 girls registered to play.  Now that has all changed… Last Spring season Scott King and Michelle Perez decided it was time to open registration for Girl’s T-ball. 

If you have a daughter of any age that might be interested in playing Softball at WCAA, please visit us online at http://www.leaguelineup. com/ wcaa or you can reach us via email at .

Based on the low number of girls previously playing in that age group, WCAA had no idea what to expect in terms of registration numbers. The goal was to hopefully be able to field at least two teams with six players each.  To the delightful surprise of the WCAA, there were 29 girls that signed up and WCAA was able to offer 3 full teams to play this Fall season in this new division.  With numbers typically larger for Spring Ball, WCAA hopes that the “Sweetees” division will be one of the biggest (and definitely the cutest) they have to offer for the young ladies of Wesley Chapel.

BASKETBALL Spring Season Registration

Fall Ball is offered as an instructional season and ends mid-November. However, registration for the Spring season will begin on November 12th, 2011. 

As the end of the year approaches, the WCAA Basketball Committee is gearing up for another great flagship Spring season. The program has become very popular for kids of all ages and sizes, proving that you don’t have to be tall to play ball! This past Spring 5- year-old Gabriel Lukow was one of our youngest boys who participated in basketball program for the first time. At the first practice his parents Camille and Steven were doing coaxing him on

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the court to meet his team and begin practicing. Over the course of the season, Gabriel’s parents watched how the game of basketball was helping Gabriel build confidence and in time, he had become eager and excited to participate on the team. Gabriel progressed each week and by the end of the season he came out of his shell and was a great team player. He even scored the last free throw his regular season game! Parents and teammates jubilantly celebrated this achievement by Gabriel! This Spring promises to be another jam-packed season with the Opening Jamboree, Coaches and Players clinics, continuing our partnership with St. Leo University and the AllStars and Championship Weekend! The WCAA Basketball Committee is very excited to open registration for the Spring Basketball Season on November 1st, 2011. Please visit to register and get more information. See you on the courts! v


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He’s a domestic short-hair, about 1 and a half years old and is very affectionate. His ID is C8898. Please call or come by to see these or other wonderful pets. Pasco County Animal Services 19640 Dogpatch Lane, Land O’Lakes.

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school News Wiregrass Ranch HS Can Food Drive Contest Wiregrass Ranch High School Seven Oaks Elementary School 27633 Mystic Oaks Blvd Wesley Chapel, FL 33543 Phone: (813) 794-0700 Web:

2909 Mansfield Blvd. Wesley Chapel, FL 33543 (813) 346-6000

Continues through November. Can Food Drive Contest (Vedra) 7:30am – 2pm, Room 3-126

Play Auditions (Peacock)

Mon-Wed, November 7-9, 2:15pm – 4pm, Room 4-132

Football schedule: Nov 4, 7:30pm at Freedom High School

Dr. John Long Middle School

Wesley Chapel Elementary School

2025 Mansfield Blvd Wesley Chapel, FL 33543 Phone: (813) 346-6200 Web:

30243 Wells Rd Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 Phone: (813) 794-0100 Web:


Scheduled for October 24 to November 4


site. Choose from a much-wider selection of books than in the printed flyer. Plus, you can send your orders directly to us online and use your credit card to pay.

SIGN UP at bookclubs. On the parent page, click the “Register” button in the “First Time Here?” section. Register for your own user name and password.

PTA Board Meeting

When prompted, enter the onetime Class Activation Code shown above. This unique code ensures that your order is sent to us. SELECT the books you’d like to order -choose from thousands of titles.


Scheduled for November 16, from 4PM to 6PM

JLMS Parents:

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Students interested in pursuing a career in any of our military branches, either as full-time active duty or as a reservist, will have the opportunity to take the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) on

School-to-Work/ Great American Teach In We are currently scheduling presenters for our November School-to-Work week along with Great American Teach-In. If you, or anyone you know, would be interested in sharing information about a career field with students, please contact Mrs. Batchelor by phone, 813-346-6015, or e-mail at We are looking for representatives from all different career fields! Dates to present in classes are: Monday, November 14th – Thursday, November 17th. You must also have a volunteer application on file for the school district. These may be completed by accessing the district website and clicking on ‘Volunteer Opportunities’.

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Scheduled for November 4 from 6PM to 9PM Bring the whole family for games, crafts, activities, contests and prizes. Buy in advance to save. scheduled November 15, from 10AM to 11AM

Nov 11, 7:30pm at HOME against Zephyrhills High School

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Post Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 991-7846 Supervisor of Elections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 851-8754 Tax Collector (Mike Olson) . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 235-6020 Waste Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (727) 842-9309 Waste Services of Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 788-5556 Wesley Chapel Chamber . . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 994-8534 Wildlife Refuge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 932-9545 Withlacoochee Electric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (352) 567-5133

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November 2011


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Resident pictures

Water Moccasin

A visit to Homassasa Wildlife Park.

Shayla and Megan


Anderson and the lizard he caught.

Halloween Decorations

Garage Sale.

Garage Sale.

Enjoying the day!

Chip and Maria Mueller

Aamer Nawaz chats with Bill Parsons

Good company, good food.

Our neighborhood.

Welcome new neighbors.

The Laurels block party


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Seven Oaks Resident Classifieds Seven Oaks residents can list items for sale and/or services needed at no charge. Up to 45 words. For your convenience, classifieds may be send via email to (Seven Oaks News Classifieds:) Seven Oaks News reserves the right to revise, reclassify, edit or refuse any classified advertisement.

[Services] Honor roll student looking for summer babysitting job, 15yo Seven Oaks resident. Club and pool access. Day or evening hours. $10 an hour. 407-417-7136 or 813-713-9086. Interior Decorator Seven Oaks resident with design degree & extensive portfolio. Available for select design services. Affordable in-home consultations available to accommodate your schedule. New construction, remodels, paint selection, furniture & accessories. 210-3231.

[Goods] Epson Stylus XC 6400 Printer / Copier, all-in-one multifunction. Instructions included, $50. Contact: Sandra 813-541-5442 HP PhotoSmart 8450 Inject Printer ‘NEW’. $50. Contact: Sandra 813-541-5442 Bonzai Water Runner, 6 foot in diameter, inflatable. ‘NEW’ in original box. $50. Contact: Sandra 813-541-5442 Ceramic shelf planter. $10. Carol 929-4904. Canon Pixma 480. Full-page Printer/copier/ scanner prints beautiful, 4” x 6” borderless prints. 4-color ink system ensures vivid colors and bold, black text, and photo scans will yield results of up to 2400 x 4800 color resolution. Great for a student! $30 (813) 505-4222 Amazon NOOK Easiest to use 6” touchscreen. Read up to 2 months on just 1

Personal information, such as name and address, is required for submission but will not appear in the classified listing unless requested. Classifieds will be accepted and posted from non-Seven Oaks residents but only after payment of $15 is received. For further information, call 813-991-0323 or email

charge * Ultra-light and thin-under 7.5 ounces * Largest bookstore with more than 2 million titlesget them in seconds via wi- fi $75 (813) 505-4222 For Sale Body Shower Interaktiv Body Shower- $500 obo. New in box never used, Interaktiv Body Shower 06549000. E-mail to For Sale $100 Audio Tower by Bell’O AT423T 4-Shelves. Great Condition. E-mail to kew659@ Orange Lake timeshare located in Kissimmee Fl., sleeps 8, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath full kitchen, dining room week 28, price $7500. Close to amusement parks, activities on grounds. Call 907-6317 150 pcs bronze ware diner set Cherry handles, wooden case $125. Call 907-6317. 4 Sling Back Chairs for Patio.Bronze Color Metal Frames. $50. Contact: 813-746-4818

FINE FURNITURE : STATTON BED (www. “super excellent” condition. ReededPost Bed (Pattern # 6120 ) Solid Cherry Wood ( Oldtowne Finish ) 6/6 King Size. 70 Inch Final Height. Bed Bolt Construction. Current Retail List Price $4,788. My “For Sale” Price $1,585. Home: 813-929-7847 Cell: 813-323-6939. Note : I have current and latest Statton Catalog for reference points. Nice 55” HD TV – in GREAT Condition. Mitsubishi WS-55807, High Definition, rear projection w/front speaker, remote, manual. $150 obo, and 30” Stereo TV – in GOOD Condition. NEC CT-3000S w/remote/ manual, $50 obo 813406-4042. REEL MOWER – 18” Fiskar Momentum. NEW/ used once, Easy to use, Top-Rated, Sturdy, Adj up to 4”, w/manual, box. ($200 Value) $150 obo, 813406-4042.

Mikasa-Tiara gold stand & 10” bowl. $30. Carol 929-4904.

TENOR SAXOPHONE - Vintage French Evette Schaeffer. Just inspected and judged to be in good condition, but looks worn & may need new pads. $100 obo., 813-406-4042.

New queen hand crafted coverlet set with bed skirt. Lime green. $25. Carol 929-4904. New Christmas Beanies. $3 each. Great Christmas gifts and decorations. Carol 929-4904.

Electric CLOTHES DRYER in great condition. XL Maytag Heavy Duty Plus, 7 Cycle, 3 temps, Press Care, Electronic Dry Control, Dryness Monitor. $50 obo, 813-406-4042.

Canon Pixma 480. Full-page Printer/copier/ scanner prints beautiful, 4” x 6” borderless prints. 4-color ink system ensures vivid colors and bold, black text, and photo scans will yield results of up to 2400 x 4800 color resolution. Great for a student! $30 (813) 505-4222

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Seven Oaks News NOvember 2011  

Monthly Newsletter for the Seven Oaks Community.