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SevenOaks News The community newsletter that brings us together! • Volume 3, Issue 3 - September, 2012

Cover Photo Contest

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The Sabarese family’s annual vacation to the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas.


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Community Grand Opening

Introducing a hospital that’s better, by design. Sunday, September 16, from 1 to 4 p.m. The brand-new Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel is ready to be revealed. With 100 years of expertise behind us, every detail of our brand-new hospital has been designed to shape a better patient experience. Come see how our first-in-the-region technology, expert care and unique healing environment will provide a new standard of care. Visit our new 200,000-square-foot hospital equipped with the latest medical technology. Be the first to get an up-close look at our state-of-the-art facility with all-private patient rooms, and relax in our spacious healing gardens.

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eptember, for me, means starting to think about the holidays and gearing up for four months of fun and activities. Let’s concentrate on September though and remember some VERY important dates that should be on your calendar. September 5th is Cheese Pizza Day (I’m sure all the local pizza places will appreciate us for this), September 9th is Teddy Bear Day, September 13th is Positive Thinking Day (if you are not doing this everyday, you should), September 14th is National Cream Filled Donut Day (yes!), September 19th is International Talk Like a Pirate Day and September 30th is National Mud Pack Day (hmmm). Many others as well. On a serious note, do take a moment on September 11th and on September 21st (National Peace Day). During these months, I will continue to work hard to produce an excellent newsletter for you.


Though I can do the job of putting a great product together, it is you that makes it worth reading. All the residents, governing entities, clubs, schools, organizations, charities and businesses who contribute to this newsletter are who make the difference. I thank you for your support and will continue to support you. Any new ideas or thoughts are always welcome. Remember, send in your photos, stories, announcements and events.

The Hidden picture winner for the August issue is Venus Colon. The cover winner for this issue is Melissa Sabarese. Congratulations!

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Hidden picture for this month is:

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Please send in your articles, resident stories, photos, club calendar updates & Seven Oaks community news

to: This month’s cover photo contest winner: Melissa Sabarese

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The Wiregrass Ranch High School Class of 2014 and S.A.D.D., Students Against Destructive Decisions are teaming up with the PTSA to raise money. Parks Ford will donate $20.00 for every vehicle test driven up to $6000! The money raised is going towards this years prom, it will also help fund activities for the PTSA and help the Wiregrass Ranch S.A.D.D. Group bring awareness to their cause. Every person that test drives is automatically entered to win a All New 2013 Ford Escape.

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© 2012 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

Seven Oaks Pays Two CDD Assessments Total Assessment will Go Up for Some and Down for Others in 2012


will need to find the neighborhood they live in at the top of the chart and scroll down until they get to their lot size.

The chart at the top of the next page shows how much each homeowner was billed for these two assessments on their 2011 Pasco County Tax Bill and how much they will be billed for these assessments on their 2012 bill. For the homeowner to find the amount that applies to them, they

Every homeowner’s O&M assessment went up about 7.4% for 2012. The CDD Board has worked hard to avoid increases. Since the 2007 Pasco County Tax Bill, it has only increased about 1%. Due to large expenses for the next few years, the CDD Board had to increase the assessment. The chart at the bottom of the next page shows the O&M assessment on the Pasco County Tax Bill for homeowner with 80 ft lots such as the ones in The Laurels from 2001 to 2011 and the projected amount for 2012. The percentage change was the same for each neighborhood.

ost homeowners at Seven Oaks may not realize that they pay two CDD assessments. The two assessments are not listed separately on the Pasco County Property Tax Notice that the homeowners receive each year in October. They are combined and listed as one non-ad valorem assessment. At the bottom of this page, these two assessments are explained.

Although every homeowner’s O&M assessment will increase in 2012, the homeowners who live in a neighborhood under the 2011A bond will find that their total CDD assessment decreased from 2011 to 2012 while the rest of the homeowners’ total CDD assessment may increased. The reason this occured is that their 2001A bond was refinanced this year at a lower interest rate. The new bond is 2011A. An example would be the 40 ft lots in Amberside. Even though the O&M portion of their CDD assessment increased from $692.36 in 2011 to $744.01 in 2012, refinancing their bond decreased their Debt Services CDD fee from $522.29 to $424.18. v

CDD Facts 1. CDD Members pay two CDD assessments. 2. The Bond assessments do not change unless bond is refinanced. It ends when bond is paid. 3. The O&M assessments will increase most years to cover increases in expenses and do not end.

Two CDD Assessments Debt Services Assessment Pays for Bond One of the CDD assessments is called the Debt Service which is the fee used to pay off the bonds used to finance building the infrastruc­ture (storm water management, waste water, water, reclaimed water, roads, ponds, recreational facilities such as the clubhouse with ameni­ ties, landscaping, etc.) at Seven Oaks. The following three 30 year bonds were used: 2001A: $10,120,000 2003A: $6,760,000 2004A: $11,295,000 When each house is sold at Seven Oaks, the new owner picks up an obligation for the balance of his portion for one of the

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three bonds. The owner has two options to pay his portion. One is to make yearly payments. The amount is added to the Pasco County Tax Notice each year. For example, a homeowner in Edenfield will have $542.59 as part of the CDD assessment to pay his portion of the Debt Services. The second option is to pay off the bond balance in a lump sum. When we bought our house in The Laurels in 2002, my wife and I decided to pay $12,400 rather than paying $1,044.59 each year for 30 years or a lesser amount. Although the yearly amount would be reduced to $848.37 this year due to the bond being refinanced, we still think paying the lump sum was the right decision for us.

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O&M Assessment Operation and Maintenance The second CDD assessment is to pay for operating and maintaining the infrastructure at Seven Oaks. Some ex­ amples would include the following: 1. A  dministrative costs such as paying Rizzetta, our district manager. 2. Legal costs such as paying our legal firm Straley & Robin 3. Engineering costs such as paying our engineering firm, American Consulting Engineers of FL. 4. L  easing approximately 750 street lights 5. Storm water control such as paying Cardno Entrix to maintain the ponds 6. Paying salaries of six CDD employees to maintain the common area and salaries of clubhouse staff to run the clubhouse 7. P  aying Vivicon to maintain the landscaping SEVEN OAKS NEWS

Seven Oaks

CDD information

CDD Assessment on 2012 Pasco County Tax Notice Debt Services (Bond Fee) + O&M Assessment = Total CDD Assessment 2011A Bond

2003A Bond

2004A Bond

Edenfield Fairgate Lakeside Townhomes Palmetto Bend Shoregrass Stillbrook Villas at Edenfield Villas at Willow Creek

Copperleaf Crosswinds Grassgelen Knollpoint Stonecreek Vilas of Deer Run Watermark Willowstone Sabal Creek

Lot Size


Amberside Brookforest Colonial Grand Apartments Coventry Forest Edge Pinecrest Silverleaf Townhomes Springwood The Laurels Windsor Park Condos

Apts and Condos

2011 2012

52.23 + 69.24 = 121.47 47.42 + 74.40 = 121.82


2011 2012

391.72 + 519.27 = 910.99 318.14 + 558.01 = 876.15

35 ft. Lot (Duplexes)

2011 2012

40 ft. Lot

2011 2012

522.29 + 692.36 = 1,214.65 424.18 + 744.01 = 1,168.19

542.59 + 692.36 = 1,234.95 542.59 + 744.01 = 1,286.60

50 ft. Lot

2011 2012

652.87 = 865.45 = 1,518.32 530.23 + 930.02 = 1,460.25

678.24 + 865.45 = 1,543.69 678.24 + 930.02 = 1,608.26

711.70 + 865.45 = 1,577.15 711.70 + 930.02 = 1,641.72

60 ft. Lot

2011 2012

783.00 + 1,038.54 = 1,821.54 636.28 + 1,116.02 = 1,752.30

813.89 +1,038.54 = 1,852.43 813.89 +1,116.02 = 1.929.91

854.04 + 1,038.54 = 1,892.58 854.04 + 1.116.02 = 1.970.06

65 ft. Lot

2011 2012

70 ft. Lot

2011 2012

914.02 + 1,211.64 = 2,125.66 742.32 + 1,302.02 = 2,044.34

949.54 + 1,211.64 = 2,161.18 949.54 + 1.302.02 = 2,251.56

80 ft. Lot

2011 2012

1,044.59 + 1,384.73 = 2,429.32 848.37 + 1,488.03 = 2,336.40

1,085.19 + 1,384.73 = 2,469.92 1,085.19 + 1,488.03 = 2,573.22

90 ft. Lot

2011 2012

1,175.16 + 1,557,82 = 2,732.98 954.41 + 1,674.03 = 2,628.44

56.94 + 69.24 = 126.18 56.94 + 74.40 = 131.24 406.95 + 519.27 = 926.22 406.95 + 558.01 = 964.96 474.77 + 609.28 = 1,084.05 474.77 + 654.73 = 1,129.50

925.21 + 1,128.55 = 2,053.76 925.21 + 1,212.74 = 2,137.95

1,138.72 + 1,384.73 = 2,523.45 1,138.72 + 1,488.03 = 2,626.75 1,281.06 + 1,557.82 = 2,838.88 1,281.06 + 1,674.03 = 2,955.09

Increases in CDD O&M Assessment (80 ft lot used as example) Year



























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Seven Oaks

HOme Owners Association

Some Things, I Think, I Think. I

think that too much of anything is not good. I think it’s important to continually evaluate your life and continually strive for balance. Balance between work and leisure, public and private, volunteering and family. I could go on for a while but I think you get the picture. I’ve also been an advocate of new ideas, new approaches, and new people making decisions. I work full time and recently have taken on additional responsibilities. Thinking about balancing the various aspects of my life and where I need to spend my time I have decided not to run for re-election for the SOPOA Board. This will be my last article as a board member. (I can hear the cheers!)

I wrote my first article over four years ago. In it I promised to try to entertain, to poke fun at myself and some others, and to try to bring some information to our residents and keep it lite and interesting. It’s been a quick four plus years. (Although maybe not for my readers!) I’ve covered a few different topics and had some fun doing it. I’m sure it’s painfully obvious that I’m not a writer and that I’ll never contend for the Pulitzer Prize.  I will say that I believe in everything I wrote. I’ve been told that I talked too much about pride in our homes and in our neighborhoods. I offer no apologies for that. It’s the way I feel now as a board member and will continue to feel as a homeowner.

If any of my articles have offended anyone, I’m truly sorry. I wanted to get you to think, to act, to get involved. Not to demean or to hurt anyone. If any of our residents are more involved in the community because of what they read in one of my articles, I’ve accomplished my goal.   I’ve enjoyed working with the other board members. Although there have been changes in the board members over the past six years that I’ve been on the board, I can honestly say that I’ve never been associated with a finer group of men and women. I appreciate your dedication, your contributions to our community and the opportunity to work with each of

you. To continue to move forward as a community, I think we need to have new folks involved, expressing new opinions and new ideas, engaging in making Seven Oaks a better place for all to live. (To reiterate, there is an opening on the board!) I think that at some future point, I’ll be back. Until then I wish you all good luck, much happiness and God speed!   Just some things I think, I think!   Dick Fink Outgoing Vice President SOPOA

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Calendar September 2012 9/4 Tuesday 8 am

Monthly Business Breakfast at Saddlebrook Resort Speaker: Thomas Kearns of The Kearns Group, Inc. Join us for a fantastic breakfast buffet and network with Chamber members. The cost is $18 with PAID RSVP by 9 am on Monday, Sept. 3rd or $20 at the door. Location: 5700 Saddlebrook Way, Wesley Chapel.

9/5 Wednesday 9 am

Banquet Committee Meeting Location: Wesley Chapel Chamber Conference Room – 6013 Wesley Grove Blvd., #105, Wesley Chapel. – 813-9948534

9/7 Friday 7:30 am

9/18 Tuesday 8 am–9 am Third Tuesday Coffee Social

Join us for a cup of coffee and an early morning networking opportunity. Contact Rene Van Hout at Rene@ Location: 1900 Oak Grove Blvd. 33559 (next to Ferman Automotive)

9/18 Tuesday 3 pm

Networking on the Nines at Saddlebrook Resort On Hiatus until October 2012.

9/19 Wednesday 9 am

Banquet Committee Meeting Location: Wesley Chapel Chamber Conference Room – 6013 Wesley Grove Blvd., #105, Wesley Chapel. – 813-9948534

WOW (Women of Wesley Chapel) at Branch of Christ Ministries Building

9/19 Wednesday 5:30 pm

Begin your morning with a dynamic group of enthusiastic, entrepreneur women for networking and business tips. For information, contact Loran Tripp at Location: 27223 S.R. 56, Wesley Chapel, (S.R. 56 & Arrowgrass Road (by Boardwalk Frozen Custard)

Location: Quail Hollow Golf Course - 6225 Old Pasco Road, Wesley Chapel. 813-333-0033

9/12 Wednesday 8 am

New Ambassador Orientation & 8:30 am – Ambassador’s General Meeting

Location: 54 U-Store - 23830 State Rd 54, Lutz. - 813-909-0540

9/14 Friday 12 pm

Ribbon Cutting for Garden Montessori

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9/20 Thursday 11:30 am Economic Development Committee

Annual Awards Banquet

Joint Ribbon Cutting for Trail & Associates Technologies & 54 U-Store

Judy R. Curry

Join us for our monthly Business Mixer

9/12 Wednesday 9 am

9/12 Wednesday 6 pm

Accepting Homes for Lease and Sale.

9/20 Thursday 6 pm

Location: American Consulting Engineers 2818 Cypress Ridge Blvd. #200, Wesley Chapel. (Near SR56 and I-75 in Wesley Chapel - behind Hampton Inn) For more information, contact Jeff Miller at

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Banquet Committee Meeting

Average Listing Contracted in UNDER 30 Days in 2012!

9/22 Wednesday 6 pm - 11 pm Location: Saddlebrook Resort - 5700 Saddlebrook Way, Wesley Chapel.

9/25 Tuesday 9 am

Membership Orientation at Chamber Office Gain valuable knowledge on working with the Chamber to grow your business through monthly networking opportunities and events. All members are invited to attend. For information, contact Christine at MarketingDirector@ Location: 6053 Wesley Grove Blvd., Ste. 105, Wesley Chapel., Chamber Conference Room

Location: 6845 Boyette Road, Wesley Chapel. - 813-991-6335

Check out our website, for up-to-date events.   Page 12

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Business Spotlight

NorthBridge Church Reaching the World for Christ from the North Side of Tampa


esley Chapel is a fast growing community and churches have taken notice. New churches have started in our area to respond to the rapid growth. NorthBridge Church celebrated its one year anniversary August 19th. They meet each Sunday morning at 10 am at John Long Middle School, and the church welcomes everyone.

Meeting in a middle school cafeteria may look different from what people think of as church. The goal of NorthBridge is to reach people and families who may not have attended a church in a while, or possibly ever. NorthBridge’s hope is that their location and relaxed style will make those who visit feel welcome. NorthBridge Church is also striving to reflect our community through their diversity.  The people who call NorthBridge Church home do not fit any one category.  They are old, young, and financially and ethnically diverse.  They want to relate to the world around them, while staying true to the teachings of the Bible.  Serving the community and making a positive impact on our neighbors is a strong desire of NorthBridge Church. This past Spring Break the church hosted a free community wide sports and art camp and family picnic.  The

congregation is looking forward to serving the community again this October through LoveLoud projects. Actions speak louder than words so they will put their care and concern for the community into action.  During the weekend of October 13th the church will participate in several service projects. If you know of a family or organization that could benefit from a helping hand please contact Derwin Anderson, Lead Pastor at Projects will range from yard clean up to light construction.  Another service project that NorthBridge is looking forward to this year is an opportunity to work through local schools to help feed families. By providing food each week to families that can use a helping hand, we are showing the community around us the love and concern that Jesus Christ has for each of us.               If you are looking for a church family or just want to come and check them out, NorthBridge would love to welcome you this Sunday at 10!  The services are held at John Long Middle School, 2025 Mansfield Boulevard, Wesley Chapel, FL 33543. Visit for more information. v

Derwin & Jackie Anderson (Lead Pastor and wife), Dave & Leann Spruell (Member Care Pastor and Children’s Director), and Tony Alvarez (Spiritual Growth Director) & fiancee Allison Coney. (Their wedding date is September 15th.)

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Seven Oaks

clubhouse info

Book Club

Field Rentals

Hi, my name is Barbara Root. I would like to start a book club 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 I can also be reached at 813-765-3853.

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.


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!

Clubhouse Hours & contact Info: Theresa Flores, Manager Bryan Cooper, Staff Supervisor Clubhouse Phone: (813)907-7987 Clubhouse Fax: (813)907-0660 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

Keeping the Clubhouse Safe


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 residents: 3 Hours $100. (tax inclusive) 4 Hours $130. (tax inclusive) 5 Hours $160. (tax inclusive) 6 Hours $185. (tax inclusive) (Includes the Theater) Further inquiries, please contact Clubhouse Manager at 813 907-7987 or clubhouse@, or view online at www. --------------------------------------------------------------------------


As the spring and summer season begin, there is an increased volume of activity at the Clubhouse. It is important for security and the safety of the all the patrons of the Clubhouse that you report any lost or stolen access cards. If we are not notified of a lost card, it remains active and there is the possibility that someone may find it and use it to gain access that should otherwise not be here. If you have lost your card please call management so that we may deactivate the card and we can issue you a new one. The cost of a new access card is only $15, and only takes a matter of minutes to complete. We appreciate everyone’s help in maintaining the safety here.

The Clubhouse is not responsible for issuing gate remotes. Please contact Brittany Crutchfield at 813-963-6400 ext 204 or email: Bcrutchfield@



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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. September 2012


Guest Pass Out of town guests residing in your home, may be placed on a guest pass. Please contact the Clubhouse Manager at 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). --------------------------------------------------------------------------

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 4123612 for more information. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Healthy Swimming With warm weather approaching and birds chirping we are looking forward to spending a fun, exciting and eventful season with all of you residents. Management and the staff of Seven Oaks take pride in maintaining our facilities. We would like to keep our reputation in good standing so we are asking for your help in order to keep our pools in operating condition for the entire season. Yes, there are times that we may have to close a pool during peek hours due to a safety issue and /or other conditions that we can’t control. However, with your help we can control age appropriate children to be geared with a water resistant swim diaper to prevent anyone from receiving a recreational water illness (RWI). All of our pools are properly chlorinated and checked throughout the day, but even at perfect levels it takes time for chlorine to kill contaminants that may be in the water. This is why we ask that you please help us keep our pools safe by following the guidelines regarding small children and the appropriate swimwear. We thank you all for your cooperation and understanding, and we all look forward to a fun-filled summer. In the event that you forget to gear up your children with a swim diaper, you can conveniently purchase an age appropriate, water resistant swim diaper from the Clubhouse. -------------------------------------------------------------------------SEVEN OAKS NEWS

Seven Oaks Meeting Dates

clubhouse info


Seven Oaks Community Development District Meeting

The Tennis volley is available to rent for 90 minute sessions for a fee of $5. Advance reservation of the volley are available only after giving administration a credit card number to keep on file.

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


September 12th, October 10th

Design Review Committee DRC holds their regular monthly meeting at the Seven Oaks Clubhouse at 7 pm on the following dates. Visit 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.

September 17th, October 15th

Seven Oaks Property Owners’ Association SOPOA will hold their regular monthly meeting at the Seven Oaks Clubhouse at 6:30 pm on the following dates. Visit for any questions or information you may need on the Seven Oaks Property Owners Association.

September 25th, October 23rd

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 + tax each, per 1 ½ hour use. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Tennis Balls for Sale We have tennis balls available for purchase at the Cafe. Cost per three pack is $3.50. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

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

Copy & Fax Service

Copies: Black and white only .15 per sheet (max. 10 sheets). Color copies .40 per sheet (max. 10 sheets). Fax: Long distance $2.25 1st sheet and $1 each additional sheet (max. 10 sheets) + tax. Local $1.75 1st sheet and $1.00 each aditional sheet (max. 10 sheets) + tax. --------------------------------------------------------------------------


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. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Pool & slide operational hours The pools open on a daily basis a 1/2 hour after sunrise, and close 1/2 hour before sunset. The slide will be open 7 days a week (weather permitting) until August 19th, at which point the slide will be open weekends only until the final day of October 14th. Slide hours are from 11 am until 1 hour prior to closing. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Pool Safety & Etiquette

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. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Carpooling This summer has seen an unusually high level of activity at the pools and Clubhouse. Parking tends to become scarse through the summer months, especially when we are hosting events such as live entertainment at the pools. This year, we have recieved funding to promote more live events at the pool, which only increases the amount of traffic that we recieve. We ask, if at all possible, to carpool with your neighbors coming to the pool so that we may conserve space. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Tennis Sign Up List The Clubhouse Management staff is now accepting contact list submissions for any tennis players that would like to be grouped with other residents according to their level of play. If you are interested in pairing up with other residents please contact Bryan or Theresa at (813) 9077987 to add your contact information to the contact list. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

As you all know, we began allowing rafts and waterguns in the Resort Pool last year. This policy still remains in effect this year. In order to continue to allow these items it is important to make sure that you are respecting the space and comfort of other residents that may be using the pool. Please do not shoot other residents with your water guns, and be mindful of the area around you. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

New Grill at the Clubhouse The new grill has been installed. The charcoal grill will be located in the park area in the corner by the picnic tables. The grill can be utilized on a first come first served basis. All grilling utensils and charcoal must be provided by the user. The Clubhouse does not carry any grilling utensils for you to use. Seven Oaks District Staff will dispose of any hot coals. -------------------------------------------------------------------------September 2012

Daylight Savings TIme

November 4, 2012 Don’t forget to set your clocks back by one hour! Page 17

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clubhouse events

Happy Halloween

Clubhouse Bash Friday, October 26th, from 6pm-9pm. Music by DJ Joey Jamz

Come dressed to impress in your spookiest Halloween costume. We will be holding a costume party for all age groups: prizes will be awarded. Be sure to check out our Haunted CafĂŠ. Be there if you dare! Light snacks and refreshments will be served. $2 prepaid pizza available.

Any age: Funniest Wig Ages 1-6: Cutest Costume Ages 7-12: Silliest Costume Ages 13-18: Scariest Costume Please prepay and pick up wristbands by Thursday, October 25th with Theresa or Bryan at (813) 907-7987 or email us at This is a CDD sponsored event.


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clubhouse events

Monday September 3rd. 1pm to 4pm Come out and enjoy live entertainment by the pool. Featuring “Double Density”, a live duet cover band.

All residents must update their photo for our updated access card system.


The WinPak system is the program that keeps a database of information and photos of all residents. During a recent system upgrade, we unfortunately lost all photographs that were originally attached to the access cards. We urge everyone to please stop by the office during your visits to the Clubhouse so that we may take a new picture of you for our files. The process will take

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a matter of seconds, and we would greatly appreciate your cooperation in this matter. The photographs in the system are an important part of clubhouse security, and we would like to have the system completely updated as soon as possible. Thank you all in advance for your help and understanding.  

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Seven Oaks PROtential Sports (813) 843-9460 FALL SCHEDULE

After-School at Seven Oaks:

Early bird sign up $45 per week for after-school sports camp.

NFL Flag Football League: August 25th at Seven Oaks & Grand Hampton $75, Ages: 5-13, Same day practice and play on Saturday, One week of training camp, Six weeks of games, Official NFL Flag Football jersey included in league fee, skill based league teaching teamwork, leadership, and sportsmanship.

Family Fun Day:

August 5th at Seven Oaks 10 am-2 -pm Free food, games, sports and activities.Open to all residents and the public. Sign up for our after-school program onsite and receive a $10 discount!

Soccer League:

October 13th at Seven Oaks & Grand Hampton $75, Ages 3-15,

Same day practice and play on Saturday, seven week league, skill based league teaching teamwork, leadership, and sportsmanship, jersey included in league fee.

To the Pointe

Dance Centre

(813) 679-0395 or email


Zumba Toning

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!

SEVEN OAKS CLUBHOUSE Monday & Wednesday -7pm $6 per class or 5 for $25

Pre-register to reserve your spot, space is limited. To the Pointe is offering a complimentary session.

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Boot Camp for Kids

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


Jack Somoano (813) 498-9296 or email

Swim Lessons


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Get a Jump on summer!

Swim Sessions meet twice a week Mondays & Wednesdays SESSION III • August 13 – September 20

Summer swim lessons are back at Seven Oaks with SwimKids USA! Weekdays and weekends available for Infants, Toddlers, Preschoolers and Adults.

(813) 991-6258


Kindergarten-9th grade Florida State Certified.

Ballet - Jazz - Hip-Hop - Cheerleading

Cheerleading Tumble (ages 3-4): 4:30 pm to 5 pm Ballet/Jazz Combo (ages 5-6): 5 pm to 5:30 pm Ballet/Jazz/Hip Hop Combo (ages 7-9) 5:30 pm to 6:15 pm Ballet/Jazz/Hip Hop Combo (ages 10 and up) 6:15 pm to 7 pm

Boot Camp - Adults

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.

Session Fee: $100 • Registration Fee: $25 (includes T-Shirt and Swim Bag) The Monday, September 3 Session will be postponed to Friday, September 7

5 PM - 5:30 PM: Non-swimmers/swimmers 6 years and younger 5:30 PM until 6 PM: Swimmers 6 years and under 6 PM until 7 PM: Swimmers/non-swimmers 7 years and up There is no 11 years and older class for this session. Therefore, space is limited. Registration and Payment are processed on our website at

Private Lessons by Appointment Mondays through Friday Noon to 4 PM

$100: Four 20-minute sessions • $180: Eight 20-minute sessions

2 Free one hour soccer clinics on Monday, September 10th & Wednesday, September 12th, 6 pm-7 pm given by British  professional soccer player and current Tampa Bay Rowdies assistant coach Stuart Campbell. Followed  by professional coaching clinics for all ages (4 yrs and up) on a weekly basis given to groups of 12 children per clinic.

Sabah (813)-838-1726 Summer group sessions available. September 2012

This is not a camp, hence the number of children per clinic. This is specialized soccer coaching aimed at improving your child’s overall soccer ability. I have been a professional soccer player for 18 years. I have played soccer in the EPL, I have a UEFA diploma in coaching & I have also represented my country, Scotland in soccer. or email us at SEVEN OAKS NEWS

Babysitting & CPR Classes Saturday: 11am-3:30 pm Babysitting class: 11 am-1 pm Certificate upon completion $35. Reservations required


Infant Swimming Resource Self-Rescue™ Survival Swim Lessons. ISR is the safest provider of self-rescue™ swimming lessons that has proven to save lives. All lessons are one-on-one. Infants from 6-12 months learn to turn onto their backs and float unassisted. Children over a year are taught a swim-floatswim sequence. All children learn these life saving lessons and are able to complete these skills in full clothing, just in case. *Stroke work offered to the more advanced students.

Please call Emma Grynbal for more information at (813) 748-6142 or visit

VOLLEYBALL LESSONS PASS – SET – HIT! Have fun, learn and improve your skills! Ages 7-14. Call for times and price. Coach: Cynthia Steel


Spanish Lessons Classes for adults

Tuesdays 10 am to 12 pm $15 per class, paid by the month (a three month course), includes notebook.

Call Patricia Rios (813) 388-9416 SEVEN OAKS NEWS

Davida Constant, CPT, CSN, LWMC Certified Personal Trainer • Certified Sports Nutrition Specialist • ACE Certified Weight Loss Coach

Women & Senior Fitness and Weight Loss Specialist

All ages and experience levels • Core training and injury prevention • Increase flexibility, energy, balance • Tone and sculpt.

CPR: 1:30 pm-3:30 pm Instructed through the American Heart Association Open to all ages $55. Reservations required If attending both classes: $65.

Call Michele Horn RN @ 813-994-6380 for information and reservations

Customized Programs Including: • Beginner through advanced strength training • Weight Loss and Nutrition • Pre and Post Pregnancy • First time exercisers

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Benefits of training with Davida: 26 years of experience! Mother of three and mid-life fitness expert Women only: Specialized female training Time efficiency: 1 hour sessions with fast results! Convenience: Training provided at your clubhouse. Financial: No long-term commitments! Customized program fees.

Zumba Fitness Class

Monday and Wednesday 6 pm - 7 pm Saturday 9 am until 10 am. Only $5 per class. Special discounts available!

Call or e-mail for your FREE Consultation today

1st class free and one free class per month. Please contact Carmen for more information.


(813) 907-6305

Guitar Lessons



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

Call for pricing and to schedule private lessons. Group lessons available upon request.

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

And visit


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

Piano Lessons Back Again!!! Teacher with over 20 years experience teaching piano and music theory to students of all ages.

Anya Kovalenko

(813) 417-3976 September 2012

Meets in the Aerobic Room, Call for pricing.

John Augello (813)

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WCAA Sports

WCAA Wesley Chapel Soccer Club


t’s that time of the year again and soccer season is right around the corner for both the recreational and competitive leagues. The Wesley Chapel Athletic Associations’ Wesley Chapel Soccer Club has started preparing for the 2012-2013 season and there are great things in store. One of the more notable changes will be new uniform and logo for the Club. The updated look will set our Club apart, as well as help unify the recreational and competitive leagues into a more cohesive club. With the infusion of the competitive league’s training strategies into the recreational practices and through the support of competitive trainers we can elevate WCAA soccer to a higher level of competency. We will have a competitive trainer available to the recreational coaches for one practice per week.  

In addition, the Club will also sponsor several coaching clinics that will give new and experienced coaches tips on running practices and better developing players ball handling skills. This training is free and it is a great opportunity for parents, who are interested in coaching, to gain insight from experienced nationally licensed trainers. Practices for the recreational league will begin the first week of November. Practice times and days will be determined by each coach. Games will be played each Saturday beginning December 1st through February 2nd with a break from December 23rd thru January 11th. There will also be a post-season tournament February 9-10th.   Registration for the recreational league started July 30th and ends September 29th, while TARSA started July 13th and ends September 18th.

Registration fills up quickly so make sure you go online now and register early to assure a spot for your child. We are holding player evaluations, which will be mandatory. There will be 5 days of evaluations starting October 1st - 5th. These evaluations only take about fifteen minutes and will be held at the Wesley District Park. Teams will be compiled by the league based on these evaluations.   We always need coaches, please consider it. Without coaches we cannot run this league. If you are interested in coaching a team please sign-up online as a volunteer when you register your son or daughter. We encourage you to register early so we will have a better idea of how many coaches we will have. For further information and program registration please visit our website at www. v

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f you’re looking for a mortgage to buy a home or refinance an existing loan, you may see or hear ads with offers of low rates or payments. Whether you see them on the Internet, on television or in the paper, or whether they come by fax or mail, some of these ads look like they’re from your mortgage company or a government agency. Regardless of where you see the ads, remember that while the offers are tempting, some are terribly flawed: they don’t disclose the true terms of the deal as the law requires. How do you choose the right mortgage company to handle the most important asset of your life?  Choose a company with roots dating back to 1938.  JMC Funding

Mortgage Company (subsidiary of Jersey Mortgage Company) has been delivering honest, outstanding mortgage financing for decades. As pioneers in the mortgage industry they are proud to be a part of an elite group of lenders elected to carry the LendRIGHT™ seal of excellence. As part of this group, they represent the top 3% of community lenders in the United States. Moreover, JMC mortgage professionals have been with the company an average of 15 years or more— extremely uncommon in the mortgage industry today. The long tenure of their staff ensures that they get mortgages approved faster and they get them done right.  

Best Refinance and Purchase Rates Are Available Now If you were contemplating on refinancing or purchasing a home.   You will be pleasantly surprised how low rates have become.  More importantly, if you were told you couldn’t refinance before because of appraisal value of your home, re-visit that assessment.  Previous clients have returned to question the new HARP programs (Fannie and Freddie refinance programs) and have been very successful saving a tremendous amount of money monthly or by cutting years of interest off the mortgage by refinancing into a 10

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girl Scouts Those selected as honorees are women whose accomplishments make them positive role models who inspire girls to achieve their own goals and dreams. They exemplify the Girl Scout Promise and Law through ethical leadership and a commitment to making a difference in the lives of their fellow citizens through community service.



Those selected as a 2013 Woman of Distinction and the Woman of Promise will be honored at a the 12th annual WOD luncheon Tuesday, March 19th, 2013 at A La Carte Pavilion in Tampa. This event honors women who have achieved success in their chosen fields and who serve as role models for girls and young women and benefits Girl Scouts of West Central Florida.   To be considered, Women of Distinction and Woman of Promise nominees must live within Girl Scouts of West Central Florida’s geographic boundaries (Citrus, Hernando, Hillsborough, Marion, Pasco,

irl Scouts of West Central Florida (GSWCF) announces an open call for nominations for its prestigious Women of Distinction recognition. In addition to the Women of Distinction, the inaugural Woman of Promise Award will be presented to a deserving young woman under the age of 35. Women do not have to have been Girl Scouts to be nominated. Nominations will be accepted through Monday, Sept. 10th; applications can be downloaded from the council’s website, wod. Honorees will be announced in October.

Pinellas, Polk and Sumter counties); nominees are not required to have been Girl Scouts. The Women of Distinction and Woman of Promise Selection Committee will review the nominations received on or before Sept. 10th and make their selections.   For more information, please contact Jerri Creed, development manager: 800-881-4475, ext. 1690, or email v


Girl Scouts of West Central Florida (GSWCF) is seeking troop leaders, both men and women over age 18, to volunteer as positive adult role models for girls. Troop leaders facilitate activities meeting the contemporary needs of girls, and make a lasting impact by helping build girls of courage, confidence, and

character, who make the world a better place. GSWCF works in close partnership with troop leaders to deliver the information and support needed to help girls unleash their potential. As part of its commitment, GSWCF offers a flexible schedule of in-person and online trainings for all troop leaders, assisting them in developing their skills and learning about the Girl Scout program.   In addition to troop leaders, GSWCF is seeking volunteers to fill a variety of other positions. Volunteers are needed to work behind the scenes to support troop leaders, or to train other volunteers. Volunteers are also needed to work directly with girls as event directors or program facilitators at local Girl Scout camps.   To learn more about the current volunteer needs in west central Florida, contact Kristie Wiley: (813) 262-1765 or


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Community NEWS Brain Workout A Call for Volunteers for Medical Research If physical exercise can strengthen muscles, can mental exercise strengthen brains?  And if so, for how long?   It appears the answer is yes and for several years, according to University of South Florida scientists. Older adults who are interested in trying it out for themselves can take part in a study now being conducted at USF.   A team of researchers is investigating treatments to ward off the cognitive declines associated with what is considered normal aging and even Alzheimer’s disease.  Prevention or delaying the onset of either or both are the goals of having elderly people work out with a computerized brain fitness program designed to improve their cognitive skills.   The workout equipment consists of a computer station – and that’s it. Research assistants provide one brief training session and the participants identify a variety of visual and auditory targets designed to engage their mental faculties.

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Jerri Edwards, an associate professor in the School of Aging Studies in the USF College of Behavioral and Community Sciences is the principal investigator   Edwards has more than 12 years of experience designing and executing large-scale NIH-funded Jerri D. Edwards, Ph.D. clinical trials in cognitive and she has found promising evidence that cognitive training improves everyday function and prolongs mobility.   Edwards went on to explain, “Mild cognitive impairment may be a transitional phase, one that we can work with. Recent study findings show that 10 sessions of the brain fitness program we’re using improves cognitive abilities with effects lasting up to five years.”  “Prior study has shown other enduring benefits of the brain fitness program such as enhanced quality of life, improved performance of everyday activities, including driving, and less risk for

depressive symptoms,” Edwards said. “Depression is a predictor of and seems to contribute to cognitive decline, but this brain fitness program seems to help with both.”   She added, “It’s exciting and extremely gratifying to be part of the process of helping older adults improve their health and well-being and gain greater independence resulting from this kind of fitness training.”   The brain fitness program is being offered to older adults at the USF Cognitive Aging Lab on the Tampa campus through its research program.  Adults age 60 or above who are interested in participating should contact the lab at (813) 974-6703 or

$5,000 SCHOLARSHIP FOR TAMPA AREA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS The Right Fit™ Foundation (www. ) announced its first annual $5,000 scholarship for local high school students. To qualify, students must be a US Citizen, a resident of


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Hillsborough County, and have a weighted high school GPA of 3.0 or higher. Applicants must also attend one of the Foundation’s free college admission and financial aid classes along with their parents or guardians. Finalists may be interviewed. One scholarship will be awarded per year. The Right Fit™ Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3), dedicated to educating families about the college admission and financial aid process. Independent college consultant Kenneth Albert created The Right Fit™ Foundation to provide free classes to the


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Chairman of 3rd world University Games in Mexico

of 5th worldin Taeyou Kwonand do Championship in Denmark isReferee time to invest your children’s future!

Best Coach Award in 7th world Tae Kwon Do Championship September 2012 • Lecturer in 15th International Referee Seminar inSEVEN Spain OAKS NEWS • Referee chairman of 1st Mexico Open in Acapulco • Jury in 2000 Sydney Olympic Games; Qualifying Tournament

Community NEWS community on how to select the right college, how to maximize financial aid, and how to reduce the family’s out-ofpocket expenses. Inspired by his own experience of changing careers mid-life, he realized that students and their parents often miss the real heart of planning for college- getting the right fit to begin with. He wrote the book Finding the Right Fit: The Ultimate Guide to College (Mill City Press, 2009) to help families navigate the college search process and help students choose their career path wisely.   This year, the Foundation is offering a $5,000 college scholarship, giving preference to middle income families. “These families often do not qualify for need-based financial aid and borrow more on average to pay for college,” says Albert.   Students can register to attend a class on the website: www.therightfitfoundation. org. The scholarship application is also available on the website. The deadline for application is January 15, 2013, and the winner will be notified March 15, 2013. Finalists may be asked to complete an interview. The scholarship is a one-time award (non-renewable) and will be paid directly to the accredited four-year college or university the winner chooses to attend.


Annette Williams, MD, FACOG

Jennifer Roller, MD

“The Right Fit Foundation is excited to help families that need it the most, and hope to expand the scholarship to $10,000 next year,” says Albert.

OB/GYNs to Offer Services at Florida Hospital

About The Right Fit™ Foundation Kenneth Albert, TThe Right Fit™ Foundation’s founder, has been helping families with college since 1995. He created the non-profit in order to provide assistance and mentorship to families at no cost. The foundation helps students select colleges, majors and careers that fit their personality and academic profile, and helps families identify sources of financial aid to lower the cost of college.

Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel is pleased to announce that Annette Williams, MD, FACOG, Jennifer Roller, MD and Tymesia Hudson, MD will offer obstetric and gynecological services at Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel when it opens in October.   Women due after that date can start registering to deliver at the new hospital which features eleven beautiful labor/delivery/recovery/postpartum rooms where women will stay from labor through discharge.

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Tymesia Hudson, MD

The three physicians, part of Medical Group of Tampa Bay, are board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and have an office in Wesley Chapel. “Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel is committed to providing high quality health care to our community.  We are so pleased with the experience and quality of physicians and staff who will help us deliver that care,” notes Brian Adams, chief executive officer of the hospital. The hospital will also have a full service Women’s Center offering mammograms, ultrasounds, stereotactic biopsies, bone density tests and OB/GYN checkups in the Wellness Plaza building when it opens in early 2013.

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Nikki, a 2-3-year-old female hound-lab mix, SPICE: Fun & playful, 1 1/2 year old dilute affectionate, some obedience training, gets along with other dogs. # D7671

tortie. She has a little dermatitis on her neck which is healing. # C2153

Marley. energetic, 2 year old male, DMH. loves purring and giving and getting affection. # C2369

Trina, a female rottie, 5 years old, very

Spunky, a 2-year-old male mix, very friendly, energetic. # D7409

sweet, mellow and well-behaved with people, but not other dogs.# D7317

Phoebe. a loving and sweet 1 1/2 year Maine Coon mix. Loves to purr and loves to play. #C2541

Please call or come by to see these or other wonderful pets. Pasco County Animal Services 19640 Dogpatch Lane, Land O’Lakes.

929-1212 or (352) 521-5194 Page 30

September 2012


Internal & Geriatric Medicine

Vanessa Veve, MD.


Dr. Veve attended medical scholl at the

ON·SITE: Joint Injections Minor Surgical Procedures

in Internal Medicine at Damas Hospital

Universidad Autónoma De Guadalajara in Mexico. Dr Veve completed her residency in Ponce, Puerto Rico and completed a fellowship in Geriatric Medicine & Palliative Care at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, New York. She holds facility appointments as

Wesley Chapel

Primary Care Associates 2607 Windguard Circle, ste. 102. Wesley Chapel, Fl 33544

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

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school News

John Long Middle School


Wesley Chapel Elementary School

Wiregrass Ranch H. S.

2025 Mansfield Blvd. Wesley Chapel, FL 33543 (813) 346-6200

27633 Mystic Oaks Blvd Wesley Chapel, FL 33543 (813) 794-0700

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

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

Dr. John Long Middle School

Wiregrass Ranch H. S. SAT Princeton Review


Want to take a practice SAT without it counting towards college admissions? Wiregrass Ranch High School PTSA is pleased to offer students a practice test and strategy session to help boost their SAT scores!

Sept. 18th PMS @ JLMS WRHS Sept. 25th JLMS @ TEWMS WCHS Oct. 2nd RBSMS @ JLMS WRHS Oct. 9th CRMS @ JLMS WRHS Oct.16th JLMS @ PVMS LOLHS Oct 23rd JLMS @ CENMS ZHS

All Home Games are played at Wiregrass Ranch High School beginning at 6:30 pm. Please join us for the Longhorn “L” at 6:15 PM as the Longhorns take the football field.

Time to go back to school.

Join us Saturday, September 15th at the Wiregrass Ranch High SchoolCafeteria from 11:00 am -5:00 pm. Check-in begins at 10:30 am and lunch will be provided.

Pre-Registration now until September 14th is $15.00. Late Registration September 15th is $20.00.  For more information please contact: Angela Palmer PTSA at 813-333-4157 or ampalmer68@ or contact: Kristi Kotlyn at 813-732-8278. Bring your scientific or graphic calculator and sharpened #2 pencils. Once students arrive, they must stay until the test is over. For additional information and forms go to : www.wiregrassptsa. org or WRHS homepage.

WRHS Seniors Got Scholarships?


PTSA will again be sponsoring 8 graduating student members with a monetary scholarship. Make sure that your Senior has joined PTSA by September 30th in order to be eligible for these scholarships.

(September 11th): The PTSA will be teaming up with the Class of 2014 and The “S.A.D.D.” Club for a creative and exciting fundraising opportunity where test-driving Ford vehicles can result in big cash rewards for our school and also help pay for this year’s PROM!!! On September 11th (Open House) from 3pm – 9pm PARKS Ford will be on the WRHS Campus with a large selection of vehicles and they willdonate $20 for each test-drive!

Scholarship Applications for  Senior Student PTSA Members will be available in Student Services after the Winter Break. For further information and updates go to www.

PTSA GENERAL MEETING / OPEN HOUSE September 11th: We welcome you to, and encourage you to participate in, the WRHS PTSA this year. Please join us at our first PTSA general meeting on September 11th at 5:15pm in the Cafeteria. This is also the night of Open House which begins at 6PM in the gymnasium. And don’t worry about dinner, because food will also be available to purchase in the cafeteria that night.

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Practicing over 32 Years: 22 Years in Tampa Bay • 2007-2011 America’s Top Dentist Award

• Root Canals • Digital X-Rays • White Fillings

Congratulations to our 2011/12 AP Students and Teachers on WRHS’s AP test results. 68% of the 441 students enrolled in AP courses scored a 3 or higher on at least one exam. That is 300 students who are now eligible for college credit. They represent 15% of the Bull’s student population. These scores are well above the state average of 50.9%. We also produced 21 AP Scholars of Distinction and 5 National AP Scholars. Great Job to all!

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AP news

September 2012

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ke a m n a c e Together w e difference a positiv and us! for them Cindi Matter & Daphne

Please support Cindi Matter, Owner/Publisher of YOUR Community Newsletters, for Honorary Mayor of Wesley Chapel. ABOUT MY CHARITY OF CHOICE: Friends of Animal Services, Inc. is dedicated to enriching the lives of animals at the Pasco County Animal Services, and improving the likelihood of adoption into loving homes. Your financial contribution will help maintain the shelter animals, services, programs and facility improvements.

Cindi Matter “I want to create a positive difference in animals’ lives, and bring more unity to our community of Wesley Chapel.” Contact me at YOUR Community Newsletters, 813.991.0323 or about how you may become a sponsor or make a donation. Page 34

September 2012


Providing quality care for your entire family.

Shoulder Pain Affecting Your Game? That persistent shoulder pain may not be the result of “getting older” – it could be a torn rotator cuff or other injury. Dr. Baker is a fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine and shoulder surgery for both adults and children. As team physician for Wesley Chapel and Zephyrhills High Schools he understands the toll that sports can take on athletes of all ages. Conveniently located in both Zephyrhills and Wesley Chapel, Dr. Baker offers the following services: • Sports Medicine • Shoulder Reconstruction • General Orthopaedics • Arthroscopy and Minimally Invasive Surgery

Christopher E. Baker, MD 6748 Gall Blvd., Zephyrhills 27416 Cashford Circle, Wesley Chapel


In practice for over 25 years!

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Business Directory

Important Numbers Pasco County Sheriff’s Non-emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 929-1204 Alligator Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (866) 392-4286 Animal Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 929-1212 Bright House Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 862-0500 Drivers Licence Auto Reg. . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 939-6020

Auto Detailing

Green Shine

Waterless car wash meeting all your car wash needs. $25 off any premium service with this ad. The Shops at Wiregrass.


Government Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 996-7341 Hartline (HART info Line) . . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 254-4278 Pasco County Utilities - Water Normal business hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (727) 847-8131 After hrs emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (727) 847-8144 Office of Emer. Management. . . . . . . . . . . (727) 847-8137 Pasco County Gen. Info (Roads, Etc.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 996-7341 Pasco County Utilities (24-hr emergency) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 226-8144 Peoples Gas (TECO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 275-3700 Poison Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-800-222-1222 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 Verizon FiOS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-837-4966

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Seven Oaks Babysitters AMBERSIDE

Kristina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 904-651-1211 Eve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 991-1334 Kelsey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 494-1378 BROOKFOREST Sara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 735-0165 Julia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 528-2646 Samantha . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 994-6757 Dakota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 994-6708 Loren. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 718-607-0739 COPPERLEAF Devin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 910-381-7126 FAIRGATE Gabriella Exp. CPR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 388-5902 COVENTRY Danielle, 15, Exp. CPR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 466-2166 Yoomi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 468-0477 EDENFIELD Jada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 393-7746 Taylor Ellen Grant, 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 217-502-3035 Grassglen Kayla . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 407-1105 Knollpoint Kaylee 15,
CPR, Babysitter Class certified . . . . . . . . . . 474-8268 Katelin Gonzalez, CPR and Baby Sitting Class . . . . 813-300-4033 Palmetto Bend Maryana Ostapenko, 14, CPR and Safe Sitter . . . . . . . . 907-8194 PINECREST Brenna 16, Exp. CPR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 992-3383 Bradley 13, Exp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 505-8116 Bridget 11, Exp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 407-417-7136 SHOREGRASS Ashley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 907-0702 Gabriella . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 843-9855 Julia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 907-5817 Louie/April . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 907-5817 Lauren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 907-0702 McKenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 746-5787 Mary Butterly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 383-8889 Springwood Sandi (adult) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 994-1131 Stillbrook Meghan, CPR Certified. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 727-4925 Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 770-895-5453 WILLOWCREEK Mary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 929-1864 WILLOWSTONE Kimberly . . . . . . . . . . .A . Golden . . . . .Silk . . .Spider . . . . . . . . . . . . . 787-649-0451 Crystal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 349-8501 Windsor Club APT. Michelle Adgate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 813-310-4667


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September 2012

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Seven Oaks

Resident pictures

The Women of Watermark celebrating an upcoming birth.

Watermark lemonade stand.

Love at sunset.

Sisters, Avery and Ashtyn, enjoying the summer.

The Sabarese family’s annual vacation to the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas. Both sons (Daniel,16 and Derek, 9) and Melissa were Dolphin Trainers for a day at Dolphin Cay, which is now home to 18 dolphins that were originally from a facility in Gulfport Mississippi. These dolphins were injured and trapped for weeks due to catastophic damage caused by Hurricane Katrina.

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Clubhouse magic show.

The Women of Watermark celebrating July birthdays.

Family reunion held at the Club House on July 7, 2012. There were 42 family members from the four corners of the United States; Washington, California, New York and Florida. Every one had a great time and was completely impressed with the Facilities and the Seven Oaks Community.

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