Thank God For This Paper

Samantha Taylor, Samantha Taylor Fitness When I started my Personal Training business for women 21 years ago in this area, I was looking for a way to get my name out there. I was working out of a large gym at the time, and I wanted to inspire women to train with me so they could get the results they were looking for. I honestly remember having the conversation with my husband and wondering if we should spend the money because at that time, I was just starting so I didn’t have many resources. I knew something within me was … Continue reading Thank God For This Paper

Pasco Tax Collector’s Five Offices Will Be Closed for Labor Day Holiday

The five Pasco County Tax Collector Offices will be closed on Monday, September 6, 2021 in honor of Labor Day. All offices will re-open at 8:30am on Tuesday, September 7, 2021 for normal business. Our offices in Gulf Harbors and Wesley Chapel will be open on Saturday, September 4, 2021 from 8:30 – Noon for Pasco residents only. Continue reading Pasco Tax Collector’s Five Offices Will Be Closed for Labor Day Holiday

Dealing With Delta

By Dr. J. Stacy Klutts Here’s what we know about the Delta variant. I have found a front row seat to all of the latest data since we used that information to make our national policy decisions, so here are a few important points that help explain why you should get vaccinated and wear a mask. I’ll try to do this so it makes sense to you. 1. The Delta variant has a particular collection of mutations in the spike protein that make it extremely effective in attaching to human cells and gaining entry. If the original COVID strains were … Continue reading Dealing With Delta

PSO Accepted to ABLE Program To Give Active Bystander Training

The Pasco Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce their acceptance into the Georgetown University Law Center’s ABLE (Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement) Project. This project continues PSO’s evidence-based and research driven approach to law enforcement and grows our partnerships with leading universities such as Florida Gulf Coast University, University of South Florida, Kansas State University, Norwich University, University of Florida, and others. The ABLE project was created by the Georgetown University Law Center to ensure every law enforcement officer has the opportunity to receive meaningful, effective active bystandership training. The ABLE project builds on existing duty-to-intervene policies and supports a … Continue reading PSO Accepted to ABLE Program To Give Active Bystander Training

Thank God For This Paper!

Samantha Taylor, Samantha Taylor Fitness When I started my Personal Training business for women 21 years ago in this area, I was looking for a way to get my name out there. I was working out of a large gym at the time, and I wanted to inspire women to train with me so they could get the results they were looking for. I honestly remember having the conversation with my husband and wondering if we should spend the money because at that time, I was just starting so I didn’t have many resources. I knew something within me was … Continue reading Thank God For This Paper!

Teaching Young Children to Express Themselves through Journaling

With the new school year beginning soon, it’s important to include journaling to the agenda. Each day, the children can draw something meaningful to them, something new that they learned, or allow them to choose a topic of their choice that they want to illustrate. This allows each child to express themselves through their drawings. The children can also share their journals with their classmates, teachers, and parents. This will allow each child to explain the importance of their drawings and enhance their communication skills in the process. Including the use of journals can also help in a child’s development, … Continue reading Teaching Young Children to Express Themselves through Journaling

Even in My Pain, I Trust You

Samantha Taylor Samantha Taylor Fitness Many times it’s tragedies in life that test what we truly believe. I know this more than ever because it’s been over a month since my husband went to heaven. He was only 51 and in absolutely incredible physical shape, investing most of his life in health and fitness, so this is quite a shock. Honestly, I thought that with the level of care we took with our health that a physical illness wouldn’t be something that either of us would have to worry about at a young age. But I have painfully and humbly … Continue reading Even in My Pain, I Trust You

Fresh Made Sushi Now at Natural Market

By Karen McBride The Kim family came from Korea to America in 1984. The three brothers, two sisters, and their mother brought with them their talent for making delicious Korean cuisine. They opened the first Korean restaurant in Tampa just a few years later. As time passed, John Kim felt a calling on his life to spread God’s word and attended seminary. He is now the Pastor at Keystone Korean Baptist Church. Keystone Korean Baptist Church is located at 7029 Van Dyke Road, Odessa. Services are held on Sundays beginning at 10:45. To continue the family legacy of offering delicious … Continue reading Fresh Made Sushi Now at Natural Market

Live Oak Theatre announces that tickets are now on sale for “Shrek Jr.”

Live Oak Theatre is pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for its Acorn Theatre production of “Shrek Jr.” sponsored by Jonathan McDonald of Sinkhole Titan. “Shrek Jr.” will be performed from August 13 to August 15 at the Carol and Frank Morsani Center for the Arts, 21030 Cortez Boulevard, Brooksville, Florida 34601. Seats are $15 for adults and $8 for children ages 13 and under, when accompanied by an adult. Friday, and Saturday evening shows are at 7:30pm; Saturday and Sunday matinees are at 2:30pm. “Shrek Jr.” is performed through the generosity of Jonathan McDonald and Sinkhole … Continue reading Live Oak Theatre announces that tickets are now on sale for “Shrek Jr.”