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 Chance Belloise Commits to Stetson University

Community Chris and Beth Belloise of Gulf Harbors Woodlands are proud to announce their son, Chance, has committed to play football for Stetson University after considering several offers.

After Chance's official visit to Stetson, Chance felt the combination of an outstanding education, beautiful campus, coaching staff, players, and the entire Stetson University community was the right place for him. Mom's happy that her 6' 5" 290 LB baby will only be a three hour drive away!

Stetson University was established in 1883 and competes on a Division 1 level. Prior to Stetson, Head Coach Hughes was the Head Coach for nine years at Princeton.

At Gulf High, Chance led Pasco County in regular season sacks with 13.5 sacks, had 39 tackles, 4 forced fumbles and 2 fumble recoveries. Chance will seek a major in Digital Arts with a minor in Business.


Article submitted by Editor Posted by Editor on Tuesday, December 30, 2014

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 Crist Rally

CommunityPlease be advised that Charlie Crist, candidate for Florida governor, will be in New Port Richey for a rally Thursday October 16th at the Gulf Harbors Civic Association facility 4610 Floramar Terrace at 4:30PM. Public welcome.

Article submitted by joe_patty Posted by Editor on Thursday, October 9, 2014

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 Help make a movie in our area!!

Community Many of the residents in Gulf Harbor visit the Citgo station on Floramar as you drive in and out on their daily commutes to work and home, or just stop on for beverages and bait.

Many of us know the owners, who live right here in Gulf Harbor, and the rest of the crew there.
Most of you know Todd, the long haired friendly guy who enjoys talking to you when you come in, always friendly and always helpful. But did you know he is also an independent film maker?

Todd Peska is the owner of Metraricus Productions, LLC. He has been writing, acting, and directing for more than 20 years, starting in his 20's in Michigan on local public access.

He made his first movie in 2005, "True Love" which he wrote directed and co-produced.
"It never went anywhere, but it was agreat learning experience." Peska says.

Now Todd is trying to shoot a movie right here in central Florida. "Cara's Path is a story of loss and redemption. Cara is a 16 year old girl who's life is turned upside down when her parents die in a tragic accident." Todd says of the story. "She turns her back on everyone and follows a bad path. The whole time, we can see, even though she cant that every action she does is being fed to her by a demon she cant see."

Peska labels the movie as a Christian thriller. "It is geared for everyone to enjoy. There is a powerful message in the movie, but it is set in a great mainstream story that anyone can enjoy."

Todd has the project on crowdfunding sites indiegogo.com and Kickstarter.com to raise seed money to get it started. He has the story tag posted as well as a preview he shot this spring. He is asking for any ones support that can help get the very small amount together to get the preliminary work done.

Article submitted anonymously Posted by Editor on Thursday, July 17, 2014

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 Social & Hobby Clubs: Gulf Harbors Yacht Club - Tuesday Golf League

CommunityAs a longtime Yacht Club member, many people ask me what I like about being a member of the GHYC. While there are many things I love about the dub; it's waterfront location, the fact my husband and I can go to dinner there by boat, great food, best bar in town, fun social events and more; there is really only one real reason we have remained members there so many years.

It's the people; the powerful friendships we have formed that make us feel we have an extended family. Let me give you an example;


Article submitted by Editor Posted by Editor on Sunday, November 3, 2013

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 Belloise Selected to play in All American Bowl

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Woodlands’ own, Chance Belloise, 6’ 5”, 255 lbs and Gulf High Defensive End/Tackle (#65 in photo) was just selected to play in this year’s Blue-Grey All American Bowl. Chance was one of only 90 players selected to play out of the 6750 players who competed nationally.

Chance originally competed in the Blue-Grey combine held at Raymond James Stadium last year and that performance earned him an invitation to the National Blue-Grey Football Combine at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts earlier this year where he competed with the best-of-the-best competitors from across the nation.

The Blue-Grey All American Bowl is aired nationally on Fox Sports and streamed lived. Last year the game was played at the Football Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio. This year the game is being played at Raymond James! For Chance, it’s like having home field advantage during the Superbowl!


Article submitted by Editor Posted by Editor on Wednesday, October 2, 2013

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 FGUA Boil Water Precautionary Statement

CommunityFrom FGUA for immediate release:

THE BOIL NOTICE HAS BEEN RESCINDED


Article submitted by Editor Posted by Editor on Thursday, April 4, 2013

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 Well Trained German Shepherd Found

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CLICK HERE TO GO TO HIS FACEBOOK PAGE IF YOU KNOW WHO THE OWNER IS


Article submitted by Editor Posted by Editor on Thursday, March 28, 2013

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 Gulf Harbors To The Rescue!

CommunityThe following email came in to us and we thought we'd share it with all of you. It displays the spirit of the community and the hospitality of its people!

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To whom it may concern,

On Friday the 25th of February 2011, my partner and I were out on the Gulf trying out a boat that I had just bought the day before when we ran into a problem with both engines. We were heading back toward Hudson (where we had launched) but the problem with our engines was so bad that we were left with no alternative than to try to get to dry land as it had become an emergency situation. Since there were no other boats around to call for help, we finally limped into Gulf Harbors on one engine that was just giving enough power to move us forward at about 1 or 2 miles an hour.

When we got into your community we asked some people sitting on their dock if there was a boat ramp. They told us where to go but advised us that it is kept locked so we got the boat near the ramp and a home owner gave us the telephone numbers of the key holders and another home owner, Dave of Harborview Court, allowed us to dock our boat at his property until we could get back with our trailer to pick the boat up.

When we did finally get back Frank Rose and Charles Henry were absolute gentlemen and helped us out of the water and on our way home.

We just wanted to thank the people who we came across at Gulf Harbors at our time of need!

Bob


Article submitted by Editor Posted by Editor on Tuesday, March 1, 2011

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 Boating Course Feb. 2011

Community

GOT KIDS THAT NEED THEIR BOATING CERTIFICATE?
DO YOU KNOW THE BOATING "RULES OF THE ROAD"?
COMFORTABLE HANDLING YOUR BOAT IF YOU
HAD TO?

The Anclote Key Sail and Power Squadron, which covers the area from Dunedin to Hudson, will offer  the 9 hour "America's Boating Course" on two consecutive Saturdays in February, 2011: Saturday, Feb. 19, 8:30am-1:30pm and Saturday, Feb. 26, same hours.  Everything is covered in just these two sessions. 

The course will be held at the Highland Lakes Lodge, 127 Lake Side Drive, Palm Harbor, 34684.

The cost is $40.00 for the student manual. It  covers Rules of the Road, Boat Handling, Seamanship, Needed Equipment, Lines and Knots, Aids to Navigation, Trailering, and Adverse Conditions. 

A "safe boating" class is a simple way to learn the basics of boating for you, your kids, and other family members who want to better understand the rules of boating or be better equipped if called upon to help should the need arise. 

The course is approved by the State of Florida and the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NSABLA) National Boating Education Standards.  After passing the final exam you will be issued a certificate and your results sent to Tallahassee for a State card, indicating that you have passed a State approved Course in safe boating.  

Preregistration is required since there is limited space.

Call or email Howard Mielke, 727-785-7923, for information and registration.

For more information check out the Squadron website at www.usps.org/localusps/anclote.

UNITED STATES POWER SQUADRONS
Dedicated to making boating safer and more fun


Article submitted by kathy Posted by kathy on Tuesday, February 1, 2011

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 Marine Unit on Patrol

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Sheriff Marine Patrol Enforcing Waterway Rules

Sheriff's Deputy Corporal Mike LaRoche reported on Marine Patrol activities over the Memorial Day weekend:
"Deputy Lawless and I have been aggressively enforcing waterway rules in the Gulf Harbors and other waterfront communities and made several solid marine resource cases in addition to boating safety violations," he reported. On Saturday (Memorial Day), Marine Deputy Lawless stopped a personal watercraft coming into the Gulf Harbors community. Upon contacting the male operator, Dep. Lawless immediately detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on the person. He conducted a dockside boarding of the vessel and after performing standard field sobriety tasks, the subject was subsequently arrested for Boating Under the Influence and transported to Land O' Lakes jail. The vessel was secured for a short time at the Gulf Harbors Yacht Club until the defendant's family could retrieve it."


Article submitted by kathy Posted by kathy on Tuesday, June 22, 2010

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