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  • Page 1MEADOW POintE nEWS JunE 2011

    The community newsletter that brings us together! I, II, III & IVVo lume I , I s su e X I - J un e , 2 0 1 1

    Mead w Pointe news

    Cover Photo Contest See InSIde

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    Send in your photos!Email photos to: [email protected]

    This months cover photo contest winner: Resident Jaime Hinton of Candidly Grateful Photography

    2011 Meadow Pointe news. All rights reserved. Meadow Pointe news is published monthly, distributed by the u.S. Postal Service free to all residents of the Meadow Pointe community and advertisers. unless otherwise noted, the views expressed in this publication do not necessarily rep-resent those of the Publisher or the Meadow Pointe Community Development Districts i, ii, iii and iV. Lists are for reference only and do not imply official sanction or recommendation by Meadow Pointe news. Editorial submissions are welcome. Publisher res erves the right to reject or edit for length and clarity all submissions. the Publisher is not responsible for errors or omissions.

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    It sure feels like Summer, but we still have until the 21st before the official kick-off. Then a long haul from there; as you all know. Being a native Floridian, a.k.a. Florida Cracker, I am quite used to the heat. Inside this issue are some excep-tional Prom pictures from the resident high schoolers. It looks like they all had a very exciting time.

    For the July issue, send us your beginning of summer, vacation and outdoor fun pictures and any special stories you would like to share. We are loading up our Facebook with all the extra pictures and now video from community events. Visit our Facebook at YOUR Community Newsletters and become a friend. You can then post your comments, events, and pictures during the month. By the way, Florida Cracker means the old-time Florida Cowboys who use to crack their whips while herd-ing, not a crispy wheat square. J Happy Fathers Day to all the Dads in Meadow Pointe!!

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    Mead w Pointe i InFoMeadow Pointe Clubhouse28245 County Line Road Wesley Chapel, FL 33543P: (813) 973-1671 F: (813) 973-7268 [email protected] Hours: (M-F) 8 am - 5 pmOperations Manager: Keith FiskClubhouse Hours: Everyday from 8am - 9:30pm Pool hours: 10am - Dusk

    MP Cdd supervisorsChair: Dennis Smith- [email protected]: Lutfi Jadallah - [email protected] Chair: Pat Asklar - [email protected] Secretary: Kelly Rodriguez- 991-7955 [email protected] Assistant Secretary: Dawn Khalil - [email protected]etings are 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month. All are welcome!

    MP1 Community Council (MP1CC) The community council is a group of volun-teers that work to make our community a better place to live. If you are interested in getting involved, contact us at [email protected] for more details. We look forward to hearing from you.Current Village reps are:Arbors - Dennis Costa Broadlands - Nancy Deacon MurrayGrasslands - Susan Walsh-Boyle Hammocks - Erick Egeland Meadowlands - Diane Hemphill Parkland - Carlotta Bernard Pinedale - Brett Landry Savannahs - Tim Taylor Springs - Mike Rosche Summerbrooke - Mike Smith Woodlands - Jeanne Curtin

    A common sight in Meadow Pointe 1 is retired NY 30-year career fire-fighter, Jack Whalen and his trusty Dalmatian companion, Queenie 2 in a decorative fire engine golf cart commemo-rating the FDNY 343 brother firefighters, and heroes of 9-11. A WW2 Navy veteran, Jack has been a MP1 resident since July 1996. I originally purchased this golf cart for therapy reasons for my wife of 58 years, Louise, who struggles with Alzheimers says Captain Jack. I procured the decals and bell engraved with F.D.N.Y. The axe belonged to my father,

    and my grandson handmade the ladders, then put it all together. Back in the 60s, the original Queenie was part of our firefighting team and came to live with us at the firehouse as a puppy. She would hear the relays almost before the bells would ring, jump on the rig, and respond along with us to alarms. Jack lost his leg from complications after he fell through the floor of a burning

    building, but it doesnt seem to slow him down!

    So when you see Jack and Queenie 2 on their daily runs to Target, or taking a spin around the streets of Meadow Pointe 1, be sure to wave, and remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice trying to help others almost 10 years ago at the twin towers.

    Jack would be happy to share his firefight-ing stories and show his fire engine to any families interested. I love to have children see my fire engine and enjoy, said Jack. He can be reached via email at [email protected] v

    Jack Whalen & Queenie 2

    MP1 PeoPle

    MP1Playground With new ADA regulations, the board is considering doing a major upgrade to our playground, with the possibility of moving it in order to have more shade and space. Watch for more details as they develop.

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    It didnt take long for Pat Asklar, a West Virginia native, to get involved in Meadow Pointe after she and her husband Bernie moved to the new community in May 1993. A registered nurse by trade, Pat started attend-ing CDD meetings to understand just what a CDD was. She was one of several residents to start the Village Representatives, which has developed into the Meadow Pointe Commu-nity Council (MPCC). Pat was interested in sharing information about the community to residents and wanted to be involved with the monthly newsletter.

    I ran for MP Supervisor unopposed for two four-year terms, from 2000-2008, and am cur-rently serving on the Board until 2012, having been appointed to seat 3 when Supervisor

    Mark Foster moved out of MP. I feel it is important to serve all our residents well, by maintaining and keeping our community in excellent shape, as well as enhance Meadow Pointe with capital projects. It is not just the things we can see, that are important to Meadow Pointe. Keeping all of the infrastruc-ture maintained is vital to the health of our community.

    My vision for our District is to see it grow and thrive, because it is a wonderful place to live. Meadow Pointe staff do an excellent job for our community and the MPCC are a great group of resident volunteers. I want to con-tinue to see our CDD Board keep our District fiscally sound at all times. v

    PatAsklar

    Mead w Pointe i InFoOngoing

    at meadow Pointe 1

    Bridge CluB If interested in a bridge club, Thursdays, contact Mary Cline at 994-7904

    Hearing impaired aSSiStanCeMeadow Pointe 1 has teamed up with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services of Florida, Inc. to have space at our clubhouse to meet with people who may need special phones. Contact Jane Swanson at 727-853-1010 to make an appointment! This is a FREE service.

    maSterS of fine artof WeSley CHapel Wednesdays from 10-2 at MP1 Clubhouse for experienced artists. Contact Bob Jasper for more information, 973-4734

    art groupTuesdays from 10-12 at MP1 Clubhouse. Con-tact Gloria Glauser, 991-4500

    mp1 yoga CluB Find your balance, strength and flexibility every Wednesday evenings in the MP1 Clubhouse. Contact Kelly at [email protected] for more information.

    tenniS leSSonS at mp 1Coach Bill Arfsten USPTA trains all levels of players. Call 469-2267 for more information on private and group lessons.

    to tHe pointe danCe ClaSSeSBallet, jazz, and hip hop dance lessons are available at the MP1 fitness center Mondays between 4:30 and 7pm. Classes are $30/month Contact Chrissy at 679-0395, or email [email protected] for more information.

    raCquetBall CHallengeMP1 has a Racquetball Challenge from 6 p.m. to closing Thursdays for experienced players. A great way to find a racquetball partner, or meet others at your level. Contact the Fitness Center for more information.

    SWim KidSSwim Kids USA will have swim classes at Clubhouse I (May-Sept). Call Alan at 991-6258 or register at www.swimkidsusa.com.

    ZumBa WitH gaBByClasses are Tuesday nights; $6 per or 5 for $25; 6:45pm Low Impact; 7:30pm Regular Class. Contact Gabby at 263-8046 for more information

    from Meadow Pointe 1

    Meet your MP1 SuPerviSor:

    SplashPad

    Good News! Construction on the Splash Pad is well underway.

    Bad News, Due to circumstanc-es beyond our control, it will take a little longer to complete. We had hoped it would be ready June 1st, but are now looking at the beginning of July for it to be ready for your children.

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    F roM t h e e x P e r t s

    Patios, pools and lanais are all season living spaces in Florida. They are very important to buyers and can make or break a sale. Approach decorating an outdoor space whether its a screened lanai or open patio as you would an indoor living space. It should reflect easy living, ready for the new buyers to just pour the lemonade.

    To start make sure the area has been thoroughly cleaned. If the lanai or pool deck needs to be repainted, get it done because it will more then pay for itself. Clear the area of any dead plants, old or broken furniture, clutter of any kind. If the area is screened, replace any that are in disrepair. If you have a large area divide the space into different purposes. One section for dining, another for lounging or hobbies like gardening or stargaz-ing. Like indoor rooms, outdoor spaces need a focal point around which furnishings revolve. This can be a grouping of furniture, flooring

    design, fountain, plants, etc. Dont over crowd the space, when selling you want to give the impres-sion of a larger area.

    Remember to tie the space into the yard around it, this is your view. The lawn needs to be cut, edge and fertilized. Fences should be cleaned or painted, hedges trimmed. When buyers see a well

    maintained home and yard they assume that the items they cant readily see are also maintained.

    Finish off the area with lighting and accessories. You can use lighting made to weather the ele-ments or inexpensive table lamps from Target. Candles are also great in all sizes and shapes. Next use bright textured throw pillows to warm up the

    furniture and a throw rug to define a space. Plants and flowers are the finishing touch.

    Paying attention to your backyard space will get you a faster sale and for more money. For more information on selling your home contact Liz DeAmbrose at Coldwell Banker 813-956-6487 or [email protected] v

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    r e s i d e n t s t o r y

    Marie Philostine Lorient (also affectionately known as Grandma) was born on May 12, 1911, in Cap Haitian, Haiti. Her mother was Sydalise Joseph Bienaime and father was Philostin Bi-enaime. The Bienaimes had three children, two boys and one girl. Marie married the love of her life, Jacque Norvi-lus Lorient and had five children, Jacque Lorient, Rene Lorient, Luckner Lorient, Appolos Lori-ent and Josue Lorient. The couple have 14 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren. The Lorients raised their grand-daughter, Yolene Lorient since she was one month old and raised Herivau Lorient.

    Marie enjoyed cooking, sewing, and walking. Her favorite food is red snapper over a bed of red beans and rice. Grandma enjoyed sewing clothing of different fashions and she was famous for her deli-cious fried chicken. Nowadays, she loves attending church conferences and revivals every chance she gets. Her favorite song is Simen Bon Gren Nan/Spread the Good Seed and See the Reward in Heaven.

    Marie credits her relationship with Jesus Christ as the source of her living. Maries passions are pray-ing and singing joyous songs unto the Lord. Marie Lorient is a prayer warrior. If asked what Bible verse best describes this Phenomenal Woman, it would be Proverbs 31:10-31. A Virtuous WomanStrength and Honor are her clothing. She shall rejoice in time to come.She opens her mouth with Wisdom, and on her tongue is the law of kindness.She watches over the ways of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness.Her family and friends rise up and call her blessed; her husband also praised her.Many daughters have done well, But you excel them all.Charm is deceitful and beauty is passing, But a woman who fears the LORD, she shall be Praised. v

    Happy100th BirthdayGrandma

    Marie Lorient

    Happy100th BirthdayGrandma

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    Many dogs know that they will get a treat if they put their rear on the floor when someone says, Sit. The dog sits, the hand is extended, and the dog takes the treat. Do you think Fido learned that from us? Has your dog or cat ever watched you walk back to the couch from the kitchen? Chances are, you came back with something that smelled yummy, and then you sat. Good human! thought your pet. You proceeded to eat that yummy smelling treat right in front of your furry friend!

    Americas weight problem isnt just a human issue. Its affecting our pets, too. Of the 171 million dogs and cats in the US, over 84 million are overweight and 23 million of those are considered obese. Stud-ies show that losing weight can prevent many health issues for pet owners and their pets.

    To raise awareness to pet obesity, Camp Bow Wow has announced The Furry Fitness Challenge, a fun way for you and your pet to lose weight together and have a chance to win prizes. Glen Hatchell of Home Buddies by Camp Bow

    Wow, a pet sitting and dog training service in Meadow Pointe, says Health is one of the focus areas of our Bow Wow Buddies Foundation. The Foundation already funds two resi-dents at the Colorado State University Animal Cancer Center. The Furry Fitness Challenge isnt all about the

    animals, thoughits about the pet owner, too. A pet can be a great motivator to go for that walk!

    The Furry Fitness Challenge will run for seven weeks,

    from June 11, 2011 until Au-gust, 6, 2011. Your workout teamyou and your dog or catwill go to the Home Buddies Weigh-In on June 11 to do your official Weigh-In at LA Fitness, 6411 County Line Road (at Bruce B. Downs Blvd). For those who cant make it that Saturday, you will have up to a week to enter. The workout team with the largest combined percent-age of weight lost wins.

    Camp Bow Wow will give 30 participants around the country a Flip Video Camera, making it entertaining and interactive to track workouts and weight loss efforts through videos that will be shared on the Furry Fitness Challenge website.

    The Furry Fitness Challenge Grand Prize is one-year of services from Home Buddies or Camp Bow Wow, a $3,000 value. According to Hatchell, local businesses are also donating prizes to be awarded to those who sign-up at LA Fitness. Home Buddies provides pet sit-ting and dog training in Meadow Pointe, and Camp Bow Wow is a doggie day care and overnight facility with Camps near the Tampa International Airport and in Riverview.

    For times and location for the Official Weigh-In on June 11, visit the Home Buddies website at www.myhomebuddies.com/TampaNE or call (813) 935-PETS (7387). v

    The furry fitness Challenge

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    Warning for Dog Owners

    Keep your dogs away from palm nuts (these are the orange round ball like nuts that come from palm trees when the pods break open). When eaten by a dog they can cause a bowl blockage thus the intestine ruptures and the dog becomes septic which is very painful and deadly. Please be

    sure to keep your yard free of the palm nuts with prop-er landscape maintenance.

    We lost our dear Abby, Cocker Spaniel 2 1/2 years old, on April 7th from a palm nut. We had no idea that she had eaten one until it was far too late. Her symptoms were like she had a bladder infection and the next thing we knew, in less than 8 hours, we had to let her go so she did not suffer any more. We hope this helps other residents avoid this from happening to their precious pets.

    Renee McLaughlinMeadow Pointe I Resident

    Pictured from left to right: Front row: Ryan Couture, Dominic Couture, Sparsha Muralidhara, Hannah Marmol, Carson Ramsey, Danica Horwitz Back Row: Coaches

    Murali Venkatappa and Sharon Horwitz

    odyssey of the MindA team of six children and two coaches from Double Branch Elementary School placed first at the Odyssey of the Mind Unhinged Structure Competition Regional Level in March, first at the State Level in April and and then went to the prestigious 2011 World

    Finals over Memorial Day Weekend in Maryland. These third, fourth and fifth graders, on the self-titled Extreme Structure Company have spent countless hours preparing for this competition and have worked incredibly hard to im-prove each step of the way. v

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    Meadow Pointe ii Cdd informationwww.meadowpointe2cdd.org

    MPII CLuBHOuSECOnTACT InFORMATIOnBill SnyderProperty Manager30051 County Line RoadWesley Chapel, FL 33543Office: 991.5016Fax: 991.6169E -Mail: [email protected]

    Office HoursMonday - Sunday 8AM - 10PMFitness CenterMonday - Friday 5AM - 9:45PMSaturday - Sunday 8AM - 9:45PMPool Hours (Pool is not heated)Thursday - Tuesday 10AM - DuskWednesday 12PM - Dusk

    MP II CDD SuPERVISORS

    Linda [email protected] GlassmanVice-Chairman [email protected] BovisAssistant [email protected] AleoAssistant [email protected] [email protected]

    MPII has authorized the use of the pond located at the east side of Mansfield Blvd., across from Wel-lington. Fishing or trespassing on the prop-erty surrounding all other ponds is prohibit-ed. Property owners who own property on a pond are permitted to use their own property and the adjacent easement areas to the waters edge. Pond property homeowners are NOT allowed to use the easement area that falls outside of these parameters.

    Reclaimed WaterDays and times to water

    Morning Hours: 12:01 AM to 8 AMEvening Hours: 6 PM to 11:59 PM

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    0-1 Tuesday & Friday 2-3 Thursday & Sunday 4-5 Monday & Friday 6-7 Tuesday & Sunday 8-9 Wednesday & Sunday

    HelpWanted

    Meadow Pointe II is currently taking applications for:

    Lifeguard, Maintenance. Applications available at the Clubhouse.

    new residents

    Welcometo meadow Pointe II

    Please stop by the MPII Clubhouse to introduce yourselfand pick up a new resident packet.

    MPII has a lending library. Next time you stop by the clubhouse,

    help yourself to a book.

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    Mead w Pointe ii InFoSpotlight onOur hats off to The Meadow Pointe II Day Staff. A huge thanks for their enthusiasm, hard work and dedication! Keep up the good work!! look for our nights/weekend staff photos in next months newsletter.

    lifeguard is there for your safety; please follow their instructions!

    Please shower before going in the pool

    Walk, Do Not Run!

    No diving, twists, or flips allowed

    Horseplay, dunking and throwing kids are not allowed

    Adult supervision is mandatory for children under 14

    Infants/toddlers must wear swim diapers (Available for sale in the club-house)

    No food, drink or beverage allowed in the pool

    Smoking allowed only in designated area

    Absolutely no alcoholic beverages allowed on the premises. Coolers are subject to inspection

    IDs will be checked

    Ladies of Meadow Pointe II

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    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay is part of the nations largest donor and volunteer-supported mentoring network. Weve been around for more than 45 years in Hillsborough, Polk and Pasco counties, and more than 100 years nationally. Our mission is to provide children who are facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives forever. And we accomplish that mission every day right here in Pasco County.

    Most children served by Big Brothers Big Sisters are in single-parent and low-income families or households where a parent is incarcerated. Our mentors help these children discover and realize their potential to succeed and thrive in lifejust by being a friend. When at-risk children have Big Brothers or Big Sisters in their lives, they gain a lotnamely increased confidence, greater success in school and a more positive outlook on life. (We have the research to prove it!) It costs about $1,000 a year to support a match between a Big and a Little, which pays for background screening,

    training and ongoing support and supervision. On the other hand, incarcerating a youth costs $60,000 a year. Keeping these kids out of trouble is absolutely a worthwhile investment! Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay currently has more than 2,000 Little Brothers and Little Sisters who are matched up with mentors and weve been serving that number consistently for many years now. But we always have more youth waiting for mentors. We especially need Big Brothers in Meadow Pointe.

    Most of our volunteers are what we call community-based Bigsthey spend nine hours a month doing low or no-cost activities out in the community with their Littles. We also have a site-based program where Bigs visit their Littles at school for an hour a week.

    We have a strong site-based program here in Pasco County. Every week during the school year, youll also find high school student Big Brothers and Big Sisters visiting their Littles at various elementary schools. For every site-based volunteer in Pasco, we have

    almost two community-based volunteers.

    Meadow Pointe residents who are interested in becoming a mentor or donating funds to support our programs can call Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay at (813) 769-3600 or enroll online at www.bbbsfl.org. v

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    (Includes pre-anesthetic exam, anesthesia, pain & antibiotic pre-medication)Dogs & cats must be healthy and current on vaccines & at least 3 months oldbut not more than 5 years old. Dogs should be at least 5 lbs., Cats, 3 lbs.Pets must not be pregnant.

    ECONOMY SPAY & NEUTER:Call for appointment: Subject to $3 medical, infectious & records fee.

    Cat Neuter: $30 Cat Spay: $40Dog Neuter: Dog Spay:up to 11 lbs $40 up to 11 lbs $5012 - 33 lbs $45 12 - 22 lbs $5534 - 66 lbs $55 23 - 44 lbs $6067 - 88 lbs $70 45 - 66 lbs $7089 - 132 lbs $85 67 - 88 lbs $90

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    ECONOMY VACCINES: Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri 1 - 3 pm, Sat 11 - 1 pmWalk-Ins Welcome. Subject to $3 medical, infectious & records fee.Includes exam & economy vaccines. Consult is addl $30 on request.

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    CLOSED WED & SUN (Includes pre-anesthetic exam, anesthesia, pain & antibiotic pre-medication)Dogs & cats must be healthy and current on vaccines & at least 3 months oldbut not more than 5 years old. Dogs should be at least 5 lbs., Cats, 3 lbs.Pets must not be pregnant.

    ECONOMY SPAY & NEUTER:Call for appointment: Subject to $3 medical, infectious & records fee.

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    MON-TUES-THURS-FRI 8 AM - 6 PM

    SAT 8 AM - 2 PM

    CLOSED WED & SUN

    (813) 949-441621515 Village Lakes Shopping CenterLand OLakes

    Hours:MOn. - Fri. 8am-6pmSat. 8am-2pm, Closed Sunday

    Spay & Neuter Clinic

    $25.00

    $18.00

    Vaccine clinic: Monday - Friday: 1-2pm

    Stroller Strides of new Tampa and Wesley Chapel is holding an outing at Tampa Yankee Stadium on Tuesday, June 28th, Tuesday, July 26th, and Tuesday, August 30th. This is a FREE event for Moms in Meadow Pointe. Stroller Strides will be leading an hour long workout for moms beginning at 9:30am. At 10:30am the children will then be allowed to play on the practice fields and eat a picnic lunch that they bring along. Come join the fun! For more information please visit www.strollerstrides.net/newtampa or Joyce at 813-956-6517 or [email protected] v

    Stroller StridesFREE WORkOuT

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    Advanced Dental Associates15303 Amberly Drive, Ste D | Tampa, FL 33647

    813.972.9077 | dentisttampa.com

    FREE Digital Xrays with a Comprehensive EvaluationD0274 D0330 D0150

    For a Limited Time, the First 20 Callers Will Receive a $25 Gas Card

    Dr. Rodney HolcombeSrving e N Tam Are fo 25 Ya ith Ca & Comin

    The patient and any other person responsible for payment has the right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination or any other treatment which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisemet for the free, discounted fee or reduced fee service, examination or treatment.

    at Advanced Dental Associateswe offer sedation and family dentistryas well as solutions for dentureproblems and missing teeth

  • MEADOW POintE nEWS Page 18 JunE 2011

    DRY IN 1 HOUR!No Sticky Residue Environmentally Friendly

    Prompt & Reliable

    Carpet Upholstery Hardwood Tile & Grout

    813-994-5050Bill Boom

    www.heavensbest.com/tampa_fl

    After hour emergency service incl. weekends

    Affordable pricing.$25 Off for all service calls.

    All makes and models.

    Certified Technicians.

    Residential & Light Commercial Service.

    CALL US TO HAVE YOUR A/C

    CHECKED.

    Licensed and insured. Lic. # cac1815505

    All-Rite Cooling & HeAting, inC.office: 813-333-4001 Cell: 813-469-8212

    Check us out in Verizon Yellow Pages.www. a l l r i t e c oo l i n g a n d h e a t i n g . c om

    SaleS - Service - repair - Maintenance - tune upS.

    Andrea Hassler, who is an IB senior at Land OLakes High School and Meadow Pointe resident, was selected as one of the 4 winners of the Hispanic All Star Scholarship given by TV Univision, Brighthouse, the St. Pete. Times and Busch Gardens for

    their great academic achievements. She will be appearing in a special recognition newspaper ad that honors these teens, as well as on select TV channels. Busch Gardens offered a special celebration for them as well. v

    Resident s

    potlight

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    Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce Calendar may 2011

    6/3 Friday 7:30 am WOW (Women of Wesley Chapel) at Branch of Christ Ministries RSVP to Debbie Yoerg at [email protected] of Christ Building (SR 56 & Arrowgrass Rd, by Boardwalk Frozen Custard) 6/7 Tuesday 8 am - Monthly Business Breakfast at Saddlbrook ResortSpeaker: Congressman Richard Nugent, 5th District of Florida. $15 (with RSVP), $18 (without), includes breakfast & valet. RSVP to the Chamber at [email protected] or 994-8534. 5700 Saddlebrook Way, 33543 6/7 Tuesday 5:30 pmBusiness After Hours at T-Mobile limited5438 Bruce B. Downs Blvd., 33543 6/8 Wednesday 8:30 amAmbassadors Breakfast Meeting at Hyundai of Wesley Chapel26944 Wesley Chapel Blvd., 33543; Sponsored by Bagelicious and More. (for Ambassadors only) 6/16 Thursday 6 pm Business Mixer at West Winds Assisted living37411 Eiland Blvd., Zephyrhills, 33542

    6/20 Monday 11:30 am - Power Networking lunch at Santos Pizza & Pasta$10 includes lunch. RSVP to [email protected] Location: 27431 Wesley Chapel Blvd., 33544

    6/21 Tuesday 8 am Networking Coffee at Organic lifeJoin Capt. Rob for a cup of coffee and an early morning networking opportunity. 1900 Oak Grove Blvd., Land O Lakes, 33559 (next to Ferman Automotive) 6/21 Tuesday 3 pmNetworking on the Nines at lexington Oaks Golf Club 9 holes of Best Ball for $20 for greens fees/cart. Rob Kellog at [email protected] or 817-5655. 26140 Lexington Oaks Blvd., 33544 6/23 Thursday 11:30 am Economic Development/Government Affairs Meeting at American Consulting EngineersSpeaker: Paula ONeil, Clerk & Comptroller of Pasco County. Jeff Miller [email protected] 2818 Cypress Ridge Blvd. 6/28 Tuesday 9 am Membership Orientation at Heritage FordJoin Capt. Rob for an informal presentation about

    the Chamber. All members are invited to attend.28739 S.R. 54 (2nd floor Conference Room)

    SeeKInG MaYOral CandIdaTeS FOr THe 2011-2012 MaYOrS raCe We are now seeking nominations for the 2011-2012 Mayors race. Please let us know if you are interested in taking advantage of a wonderful opportunity to get involved with the Chamber and get your name out there in the Community. Kick-off for the Mayors race and a formal announcement of the candidates, will be at the July Mixer, Hosted by The Laker on July 21st at 6 pm. If you are interested in seeking the position of Mayor, please email us a short Biography and the Charity you are supporting to:[email protected]

  • MEADOW POintE nEWS Page 20 JunE 2011

    Soccer starts in April Age 3 to 12, $75 for season

    Dr. Robert B Rosequist,

    Dr. Stanley E. Watkins

    & Dr. Kristin Lao

    26827 Foggy Creek Rd., Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 813-973-8884

    Off S.R. 56, behind Synovus Bank

    Summer Fun Shouldnt Hurt!Summer Fun Shouldnt Hurt!

    Protect your skin from the sun's harmful rays, fight agingcaused by sun exposure, let us help you keep your skinlooking youthful and healthy while repairing past damage.

    Cypress Creek Wellness Center has the medical skill, procedures and products to help you look great this summer and years to come.

    Summer Specials

    RefeR a fRiend and Receive discounts on youR seRvices!

    Weight LossProgram

    Now $185 for 1st Visit (Reg $200-$250)

    Botox$10per Unit

    20%off

    Juvederm &skin Products

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    A brief summary of key deed restrictions in force for homes in meadow Pointe III & IV

    disclaimers: this summary of the deed restrictions is offered for the convenience of homeowners and tenants. the actual text of the aassociations governing documents may be viewed on the associations web site, www.mymeadowpointehoa.com

    Villa and townhome communities are subject to additional wdeed restrictions administered by independent homeowners associa-tions established for those villages.

    Residential Use. Homes are residences. A home business is permitted if it does not entail any traffic from customers, business associates or suppliers.

    Alterations. Homeowners must apply for and receive advance written approval for all material changes to the look of their homes.

    Pets. Cats, fish and birds are welcome, as are up to two dogs per household.

    Nuisance Animals. Dogs and cats must be leashed when they are outside. Owners must pick up, wrap up, and properly discard all the waste their pets deposit on the ground. Pets may not cause foul smells or excessive noise.

    Service Areas. All heating and air condition-ing equipment, water softeners, pool pumps and filters, trash cans and other bulky items must be hidden from view from the street or adjacent lots.

    Trash. Rubbish, garbage and trash may not be kept in plain view on any lot except on sched-uled collection days and then only in securely covered trash cans. Homeowners must arrange for disposal of items too big to fit in a 30-gallon container.

    Conservation Areas. No one may encroach on or use any protected wetlands or buffer zone

    without approval from the community develop-ment district.

    Easements. No trees, shrubs or structures are allowed in common areas or easements. Any-thing located in an easement may be confiscated without compensation if it impedes use of the easement.

    Drainage Patterns. A homeowner is respon-sible for all damage caused by an alteration of the original drainage pattern.

    Watercraft. Personal watercraft and motor-ized boats may not be used on any lake or pond. Docks and boat ramps are prohibited.

    Ponds. Owners of lots adjacent to ponds are obligated to mow grass and clear brush to the high water line. Damaged sod must be replaced at the owners expense.

    Line of Sight. Anything that obstructs the vision of drivers is prohibited.

    Window Treatments. Interior blinds, curtains and shades must be compatible with the design and color of the house.

    Fences, Walls & Hedges. All kinds of fences except chain link are allowed. There are special rules governing the layout of fences and hedges on lots adjacent to conservation areas.

    Signs. One professionally printed For Sale or For Rent sign may be placed on any lot. No other signs are allowed.

    Mailboxes. Homeowners are responsible for cleaning, repair and replacement of their mail boxes and mailbox posts.

    Recreation Equipment. Trampolines, swingsets and other playground items must be placed directly behind the house.

    Air Conditioners. Window and wall units are prohibited.

    Pools and Spas. Above-ground pools are not allowed. Wading pools are permitted but must be emptied and stored out of sight when not in use. Portable spas may be placed only under cover on a lanai.

    Auxiliary Structures. Sheds are prohibited. Tents and portable gazebos are permitted but must be stored out of sight when not in use.

    Meadow Pointe iii Cdd informationwww.meadowpointe3cdd.org

    BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

    Chairman: Paul CarlucciVice Chairman: Michael HallAssistant Secretary: John JohnsonAssistant Secretary: William GalettaAssistant Secretary: Glen Johnston

    Board of Supervisors public meeting held second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM in the Meadow Pointe III Clubhouse.

    MPIII/MPIV HOA BOARD

    President: John JohnsonSecretary: Diane HornerTreasurer: Seth BohannonDirector: Mark SiffordDirector: Ken Kauffman

    MAnAgEMEnt tEAM

    District Manager: Scott BrizendineCommunity Association Manager: Steve Szekely

    Rizzetta & Company, Inc. 5844 Old Pasco Road Ste. 100 Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 Phone: 813-994-1001 Fax: 813-994-2100

    Amenities Manager-Kelly EvansClubhouse Manager-Dan Richardson

    MPIII ClUBHOUSE InFO

    1500 Meadow Pointe BlvdWesley Chapel, FL 33543Phone: 813-383-6676Fax: 813-386-6676

    Clubhouse Manager-Dan RichardsonE-Mail: [email protected]: 9am-9pmOffice HoursMonday - Sunday 9am - 9pmFitness Center: Mon - Sun 9am - 9pmPool Hours Mon. - Sun. 9am Dusk

    Mead w Pointe iii InFo

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    Mead w Pointe iii InFoGate Information:

    We have installed all new motors in our gates on Meadow Pointe Blvd.

    meadow Pointe III tennis Class scheduleAdult Beginning Tennis

    101 ClassesThursday Evenings - 7-8pm Beginning Mens & Ladies Mixed Clinic 1.0-2.5Cost: $45/month: (60min, 1 day a wk x 4 wks) at Meadow Pointe 3 tennis Courts.

    kids Tennis Classes

    QuickStart for Little Tennis: Ages 3-6 yrs old.

    Cost: $30/month: (1 day a wk x 4 wks) 5:30 - 6pm Thur at Meadow Pointe 3 CourtsQuickStart for Beginning Kids:

    Ages 7-11 yrs old.Cost: $45/month: (1 day a wk x 4 wks)

    6 - 7pm Thur at Meadow Pointe 3 Courts

    Beginning to Intermediate Kids: Ages 12-16 yrs old.

    Cost: $45/month: (1 day a wk x 4 wks) 6 - 7pm Thur at Meadow Pointe 3 Courts

    Sign-Up for any classes online at www.the tennisconnection.com or call The

    Tennis Connection 813-949-9195

    Water AerobicsCome join our water aerobics workout Mon.,

    Wed. & Fri. 10:30 to 11:30 am.

    mahjongLadies play Mahjong at MPIII Clubhouse

    every Wednesday 12 noon - 3 pm. Come meet new friends.

    ZumbaMonday and Wednesday evenings 7:30 to

    8:30. Zumba Gold Friday mornings at 10:30. $6.00 per session

    AnnouncementsIf a resident would like to make an announcement in the MPIII

    Section, a birthday, anniversary, wedding or engagement please contact the Clubhouse at 813-383-6676

    Ever wonder if you could paint? Dont want to invest a lot of time and money just to find out if youre even interested?

    applied acrylic painting6 week course exploring the basics of color theory and composition, as well as learning different techniques of applying paint. Once a week for 3 hrs. Wednesdays April 13th through May 18th.

    $20/session. Meadow Pointe III Clubhouse. List of suggested supplies will be furnished.

    Contact Arlene Wells to sign up. 412-3070.

    Passenger Vehicles. Passenger vehicles may be parked either in driveways or in garages. Parking is not permitted on the street, across a sidewalk or on landscaped areas. Inoperable or unregistered passenger vehicles may be parked only in a garage.

    Other Vehicles. Commercial vehicles, boats, RVs and trailers are prohibited. Commercial vehicles include: any car, truck or van displaying a business name and contact information; a truck loaded with tools, ladders, pipes or racks for lad-ders or pipes; a cargo van with no rear seating for passengers; a trailer designed for tools, supplies or equipment.

    Vehicle Repair & Maintenance. Repair and maintenance of vehicles is permitted only behind closed doors in a garage.

    Satellite Dishes. Dishes must be hidden to the extent possible without harming reception.

    Bright House. The homeowner assessment in Meadow Pointe III includes payment for basic cable and telephone service

    A brief summary of key deed restrictions in force for homes in meadow Pointe III & IVContinued

    From meadow Pointe III

    The Tennis ConnectionSummer Camp

    Tennis & Swimming - ages 6 to 16June 13-17 9am to 1pmJuly 11-15 9am to 1pm

    Please go to thetennisconnection.com to register. Addtional weeks may be added.

    Summer Camp for ages 3 7 at the Meadow Pointe III Clubhouse

    Every Tuesday 10 am 11amJune 6th August 5th

    Each class, our little chefs learn a variety of cooking methods as they create deli-cious and healthy snacks designed just for them.

    [email protected]

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    Ben Pugliesi SalesCell: 813-469-8635 Office: 813-620-6500

    Email: [email protected]

    CONTACT ME FOR UPFRONT PRICING$195 DEALER FEE

    I will be the only person that you meet with, no turnover to any manager, ever.

    Ben Pugliesi, Meadow Pointe Resident

    I-75 South to Exit 257 Brandon mile West on SR60. Look for large American flag.

    Great selection of new & used vehicles

    View our inventory: www.jamesrivard.comSALES SERVICE PARTS ACCESSORIES

    No Games. No Nonsense. No Stress.

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    small towne lawn maintenancefor a free quote, call

    [email protected]

    Irrigation Repair

    Complete Lawn Care

    Landscaping & Cleanup

    Liscensed and Insured

    16 Years Experience

    Quality Service Guaranteed

    A BeAutiful lAwn DoesntHAppen By itself!

    Residential & CommeRCial

    IMPORTAnT numbeRs

    Pasco County Sheriffs 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

    Government Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 996-7341

    Hartline (HART info line) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 254-4278

    Pasco County Utilities - Water Normal business hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (727) 847-8131After hrs emergency. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (727) 847-8144

    Office of Emer. Management. . . . . . . . . . . . (727) 847-8137www.pascoemergencymanagement.com

    Pasco County -

    Gen. Info (Roads, Etc.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 996-7341

    Pasco County Utilities

    (24-hr emergency) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 226-8144

    Peoples Gas (TECO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (813) 275-3700www.peoplesgas.com

    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) 567-5133www.wrec.net

    Floridas 5th Congressional District Rep. Richard B. Nugent (R)District Phone: (352) 799-8354nugent.house.gov/

    US Senator, Fl (JR.) Marco Rubio (R)District Phone: 202-224-3041rubio.senate.gov

    US Senator, Fl (SR.) Bill Nelson (D)District Phone: 813-225-7040billnelson.senate.gov

    gOVERnMEnTRePResentAtIVes

    CRIMINAL DEFENSE PERSONAL INJURY FAMILY LAW

    M. EVERETT GEORGE

    (813) 549-4472 3105 West Azeele Street Tampa, FL 33609

    Serving

    PascO, HillsbOROuGH, PinEllas & POlk cOunTiEsNow accepting Mastercard, Visa, Discover and American Express

    [email protected]

    Attorney at Law

    Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. M-F Weekend & evening appointments available.

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    ROTARy neWs

    Photosfrom the

    The official winning team for the Pig Fest was Meat Monkeys, led by Bill Moore.

    June ScheduleJune 3rd Club President Gary Gunter will give his State of the Club address

    June 17th Annual Distribution of Donations to Charities supported by the New Tampa Rotary club

    June 24th -No meeting due to Installation Banquet on Friday evening.

  • MEADOW POintE nEWS Page 26 JunE 2011

    SAnD PInE ELEMEnTARy29040 County line Rd.Wesley Chapel, Fl 33543

    813-794-1900sandpine.pasco.k12.fl.uswww.sandpinepta.org.Principal: Todd Cluff

    DOuBLE BRAnCH ELEMEnTARy

    31500 Chancey Road Wesley Chapel, Fl 33543

    (813) 346-0400dbes.pasco.k12.fl.usPrincipal: Peggy lewis

    JOHn LOng MIDDLE SCHOOL

    2025 Mansfield Blvd. Wesley Chapel, Fl 33543

    (813) 346-6200 jlms.pasco.k12.fl.usPrincipal: Beth Brown

    WIREgRASS RAnCH H. S.2909 Mansfield Blvd.

    Wesley Chapel, Fl 33543 (813) 346-6000

    wrhs.pasco.k12.fl.usPrincipal: Ray Bonti

    s Chool n ewsSAnD PInE ELEMEnTARy

    BRuSTERS nIgHT

    Sand Pine Elementary Schools second Brusters Night of the school year was another great suc-cess! Brusters Night was held on Wednesday, April 27, 2011, and the weather made for a perfect evening for ice cream! Principal, Mr. Todd Cluff, and Assistant Principal, Mrs. Karyn Kinzie, did another fantastic job greeting all of their cheerful customers. A portion of the proceeds and tips went directly to the school. A special thanks to all of the families that participated, Mr. Cluff and Mrs. Kinzie, along with Brusters for all of their support!

    WIREgRASS RAnCH HIgH SCHOOL

    SuMMER SCHOOL InFORMATIOn

    Students who are behind on cred-its will have a few options to get their selves caught up. We will be offering the following credit re-covery programs this summer: Ex-tended School Year @ Wiregrass Ranch HS- this program will run from June 15-June 30. There will be bus transportation.

    Friday, May 6th is the deadline to register @ WRHS. Pasco ESchool & Florida Virtual School- These online classes give the student much flexibility. If a student wishes to enroll in FVS or Pasco ESchool, they must see theirguid-ance counselor before the end of the school year.

    SuMMER LEARnIn @ THE RAnCH WEB-SITE

    Although students and teachers have the opportunity to rest and recharge from June to August, learning does not have to stop during the sweltering days of sum-mer. WRHS is proud to offer the Summer Learnin @ the Ranch website to better equip students to reach their highest potential.

    This resource, which will be housed on the WRHS website, contains many useful tools to help students continue to improve, including suggested and required reading lists, online course content for advanced classes, common supply lists, key dates and vital contacts. Research shows that as students read and engage their own academic growth, they have a greater chance of surpassing their peers in the competitive 21st century global economy.

    Check out the Summer Learnin @ the Ranch website starting June 1st to see how your family can use this crucial time as an investment for the future. If stu-dents are scheduled for Advanced Placement classes and Honors classes, please review the sum-mer reading requirements on the website.

    VOLLEyBALL CAMP

    WRHS Volleyball will be holding a camp for incoming 6th graders to incoming 9th grades on Aug. 1 through Aug. 4. The cost of the camp is $100.00 and is from 9-3. Please contact Mindy Kantor at [email protected] or at the school at 813-346-6000 for more information.

    BASkETBALLSuMMER CAMP

    Wiregrass will be hosting its annual basketball camps this sum-mer during the following weeks: 1st Session: June 6th - 9th, 2nd Session: June 13th -16th, 3rd Ses-sion: June 20th 23rd.

    If you are interested in attending any of these camps, please contact Coach Finkel or Coach Calzone at 313-346-6000. You can also visit the girls or boys basketball blogs and websites for a registra-tion form.

    DR. JOHn LOng MIDDLE SCHOOL 8TH gRADE DAnCE

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    RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE

    Tenant Placement Service, Full Property Management Service(even on distressed properties contact agent for details),

    Maintenance Service, and Home Warranties.

    Greg Bolzle, Realtor/Property Manager(813) 758-2802 [email protected]

    Leasing ProPerty ManageMent service saLes

    Wise Properties, IncWise Property Management, Inc.

    since 1981

    color h ighl ights | re laxers | perms

    extensions | makeup | waxing

    25% OFF for Meadow Pointe ResidentsNew clients only, expires 6.30.11

  • MEADOW POintE nEWS Page 28 JunE 2011

    P r o M 2 0 11ALL PROM PICS FROM WIREgRASS HIgH SCHOOL

    8TH gRADE DAnCE AT JLMS

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    Mead w Pointe iV InFo

    Community Spirit

    Continued from last issue13. Small trees will grow out, as well as up, if you let them. Trees need dis-cipline. you can teach them to grow tall by pruning all the branches that are within reach.

    14. Straps and stakes must be re-moved from all sturdy trees. Straps will strangle a tree.

    15. Trash cans, recycling bins and bags of yard waste dont add to curb appeal. They must be kept out of sight except on pickup days. The garage is the best place for trash cans and recycling bins. If you must keep your trash cans outside, however, please have the courtesy to hide them and your yard waste behind shrubbery or fencing.

    Does your mailbox have wood damage, need repaired, or painted. Sam Ogden, the mailbox medic has been repairing and painting mailboxes in Meadow Pointe and the surrounding area for the last year and a half. In fact, its possible many of you reading this have utilized his services. A basic res-toration cost is $30. The process consists of cleaning the mailbox with mildew cleaner, removing the box and numbers, sanding the entire post and arms, and filling in all ex-posed cracks with spackle/sealant.

    The post and arms are then painted with the required Meadow Pointe colors and the box and numbers are put back on and reattached to the post. If there is major or minor repairs Sam, will assess what needs to be done in order to get your mailbox back to pristine condition. If needed, he can even replace the post if it is beyond repair. Call Sam Ogden, the Mailbox Medic, at 813-406-4545 and get your mailbox restored.

    Improve your homes

    curbappeal!

    Learn the basics of Spanish along with key phrases and words while having fun through games, plays, songs, and crafts. You will learn colors, animals, foods, and types of clothing. The camp instills a great emphasis on learning the alpha-bet and numbers by playing games like battleship, bingo, and Pictionary. Your children will learn how to play these games all in Spanish. During the week the children will also prepare their own quesadillas for snacks and con-struct an individual piata to decorate their room at home. Camps will be offered at Meadow Pointe IV, Country Walk, and Seven Oaks.

    Please contact Patricia Rios at (813)-388-9416 or email to [email protected]

    mailBox mediCCLUBHOUSE CORNER

    Spanish Summer Camp

    Meadow Pointe IV Country Walk Seven OaksK-2: 9-12:30 June 13 June 17 K-2: 9-12:30 July 11 July 15 K-2: 9-12:30 Call for dates3-6: 9-12:30 June 20 June 24 3-6: 9-12:30 July 18 July 22 3-6: 9-12:30 Call for datesCost: $135.00* Cost: $135.00* Cost: $135.00*

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    Mead w Pointe iV InFo

    Meadow Pointe iV Cdd information Address: 3902 Meadow Pointe BlvdWesley Chapel, Fl 33543Phone: 813-973-3003Fax: 813-973-3883Hours of Operation:Sun-Sat 9AM-9PMContact Information:Jeremy T Crawford, Clubhouse ManagerEmail:[email protected] Sheriff s office phone: 813-929-1204 CDD BOARD

    Chairman: Sandra BellVice Chairman: John BlakelySupervisors: Adam Bell, Joseph An-drews, & Vivian JohnsonDistrict Manager: Scott BrizendineLocation: MPIV ClubhouseTime: June 14th, 2011 11:30 AM HOA BOARD

    President: John JohnsonVice President: Diane HornerDevco Rep: Mark SiffordCommunity Association Manager: Steve SzekelyLocation: MPIII ClubhouseTime: June 7th, 2011 6:30PM

    BOOT CAMPAll ages and fitness levels welcome. Get in gear in this fun outdoor camp and enjoy nature as you work on cardio, flexibility, and strength by using your own weight. Call for pricing and times. Jack Somoano (321) 443-2922 or [email protected]

    nEEDLEARTSTime: 6-9 PMLocation: MPIV ClubhouseDate: Every 3rd Monday Contact: Darlene Griffin [email protected]

    SPAnISH CLASSClasses for adults. Thursdays $15/class, paid by the month (a three month course), includes notebook. Call for Appt. Call Patricia Rios (813) 388-9416

    SWIM LESSOnSAmerican Red Cross Swim lessons for children and adults are now available through Septem-ber. Private one on one Instruction. Free 15 Minute Introductory lesson. Call for more info: (800) 766-8714

    TEnnIS LESSOnSView schedule and sign up at www.thetennis-connection.com or call 813-949-9195 for more information

    TuMBLIngTime: 4:30-5:15 (ages 6-10) 5:15-6:00 (ages3-5)Location: MPIV ClubhouseDate: Every WednesdayCost: $40/monthContact: [email protected] or 813-751-4073

    ZuMBATime: 7:30-8:30 PMLocation: MPIV ClubhouseDate: Every ThursdayContact: [email protected]: Gh Zumba

    TRuTH COnquERORS SOCCER ACADEMyStarting soon right here in Meadow Pointe. Visit www.truthconquerors.com for more information

    mPIV ACtIVItIes

    SWimming pool USAGE GUIDELINES

    From Meadow Pointe 4

    HappyFathers

    day

    No Life Guard on duty. Swim at own risk. Pool hours are 9am to dusk.

    Pool is open everyday unless maintenance or severe weather forces closure and or the Clubhouse is closed.

    The pool furniture may not be reserved and is on a first-come basis for usage.

    Pool furniture must be kept ten feet from the pools edge at all times.

    No glass containers and/or glasses may be brought into the pool deck area.

    All swimmers under the age of 14 years old must be under adult supervision at all times. All swimmers

    under the age of 5 must have an adult in the pool with them at all times. No alcohol beverages are permitted on the pool deck

    and/or clubhouse premises. No beverages/food may be taken into the pool and must be kept ten feet form the pools edge.

    No balls, Frisbees or toys are allowed unless they are made with soft material.

    Flotation devises are allowed provided they are used in a normal and safe manner.

    Swimming lanes must be kept open when in use by lap swimmers.

    No running or horseplay is allowed on the deck. No rough housing or splashing

    is allowed while in the pool. Foul Language in and around the pool

    will not be tolerated. All swimmers are required to shower

    before entering the pool. Use of chaise lounges require a towel to be placed to

    avoid oil stains on the webbing of the chairs. Loud music is prohibited.

    No electronic devises are permitted while in the pool. Pool and pool deck will be evacuated when severe

    weather occurs. Lightning that is observed will force closure of the pool

    for thirty minutes after each strike. The lightning detector when showing electrical activity

    within 8 miles will force pool closure. Severe thunder or heavy rains

    will also close the pool.There is no smoking permitted in the pool area.NO diving or flipping into the pool No running and

    jumping into the pool.

    AcceSS cArdS requiredWhile visiting clubhouse and outside amenities, all residents are reminded to bring their clubhouse access card or Drivers License. This includes the pool area, fitness room, clubhouse lobby, basket-ball, tennis and playground areas. Please have it available upon

    entry into the clubhouse and accessible since we will be doing random checks.

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    CoMMunity sPotlight

    Cat CrusadersTropical Nights is a Dinner/ Silent Auction held once a year to benefit many local animal rescue charities. This year it is August 13, at 7 p.m. at the Wyndham Westshore. 2009 and 2010s Tropical Nights raised over $170,000 for 68 non-profit local animal charities, and has helped find forever homes for over 1200 lucky animals.

    While there wont be animals for adoption at the event, there will be many incredible items (including jewelry, trips, and more), and the best part is all the money raised goes to the animals.

    Jeanine Cohen, a volunteer with Tampa Cat Crusaders has already started working on donations for this years event. We have to start early to get the big ticket items, like the trip to Key West, but the local community comes through also. We had a wonderful The Shops at Wiregrass Gift Basket last year which included gift cards to the shops, lunch, a manicure, a massage, as well as a donation from the management office themselves. We expect to put another one together this year, as the Shops at Wiregrass is incredibly generous to many charities, including the animal rescues. To purchase tickets,

    or donate items, please e-mail [email protected] or call 813-472-9700

    Cats currently being fostered in Meadow Pointe that are ready for adoption:

    While not working, Jeanine is also fostering Her-cules and Candy who are looking for their forever home. But this time it has to be a real forever home. You see Hercules was adopted for back in the sum-mer of 2010 when he was a kitten. Somehow, in the fall of 2010 he ended up in an animal kill shelter in Virginia. His microchip literally saved his life. Because Cat Crusaders registers all the microchips to themselves, they were tracked down and although it was a 6 week ordeal, Hercules arrived safely back to Tampa and to Cat Crusaders.

    Just before Christmas 2010 the group thought they got the best present of allHercules found a home with a person who had previously adopted a kitten from Cat Crusaders. So not only would he have a home hed have a kitty friend as well; Candy.

    Candy is a sweet kitty who had gotten very sick and nearly died due to somehow ingesting a toxin.

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    Fast forward to May 2011. Candy and Hercules adopter relocated to North Carolina and could no longer keep them, and had no means of getting them back to Tampa. 2 dedicated Cat Crusaders volun-teers made the 10 hour drive, each way, to retrieve these traveling kitties and bring them back to Tampa.

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    CoMMunity sPotlight

    Dr. John Long Middle School Became an Official BookCrossing Zone to Promote Literacy Amongst Students and the Community

    On May 10th, Dr. John Long Middle School became an Official BookCrossing Zone (OBCZ) and gave away over 1,000 books to students. BookCrossing is a social networking site that gives new life to old books through their mission of connecting people through books. It is the Worlds Library with 927,126 Book Crossers and 7,960,775 books traveling throughout 132 countries.

    The basic premise of BookCrossing is to Remember the Rs: Read. Ready. Release. Repeat. Students were asked to

    read a book (that some of them received during the event). Get the book ready to go by journaling about the book they read. Release the book into the wild. Lastly, to repeat with enthusiasm! Bookcrossing is sustainable literacy at its best through the recycling of books.

    To make the event memorable for students, the campus was transformed into a pirate island that was invaded by official Gasparilla pirates and their helpers. Pirates from the Krewe of the Shamrock, the Grace OMalley Krewe and others volunteered to hand out books to students.

    A select group of students participated in the pirate themed scavenger hunt, collecting doubloons as they followed clues

    around campus eventually leading them to the schools Scholastic Book Fair where each student was allowed to select a free book and was encouraged to register it on the BookCrossing website.

    In conjunction with the above activities, JLMS also coordinated a family technology night at the Barnes and Noble located at the Shops at Wiregrass. Nearly 200 students and their families attended the event, learning how to get the most out of their eReaders or other electronic devices they use for reading books.

    Dr. John Long Middle School hopes that while harnessing this 21st century technology they will promote an on-going book swap amongst students and the community thus promoting literacy. v

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    Mead w Pointe news photo album

    front yard in the village of Wrencrest.

    Taken at the ponds on Beardsley just before entrance to Whitlock.

    Above And left: Saaya Felder

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    Meadow Pointe residents can list items for sale and/or services needed at no charge. Up to 45 words. For your convenience,

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    Classifieds:) [email protected] Meadow Pointe News

    reserves the right to revise, reclassify, edit or refuse any classified

    advertisement. Personal information, such as name and address,

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    unless requested. Classifieds will be accepted and posted from

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