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Samuelsen to build in Siena at Champions' Club

Samuelsen to build in Champions' Club

Samuelsen Builders has been tapped to build executive and estate residences at the gated Village of Siena in the Champions' Club in Trinity. Samuelsen Builders, owned and operated by Rich and Rick Samuelsen, has built more than 600 homes in the Champions' Club and in Trinity, the award-winning master-planned community, says Dan Aldridge, vice president of Adam Smith Enterprises, which develops both communities.

In Siena, Samuelsen plans to offer 10 floor plans priced from $600,000 to more than $2-million, including homesite.

This village is designed for 50 executive and estate residences, nearly half of which will overlook water or the 18-hole championship golf course at Fox Hollow Golf Club.

Community Hospital CEO adds certification

Community Hospital's chief executive officer, Kathryn Gillette, recently became a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the nation's leading professional society for health care leaders.

By becoming a fellow and simultaneously earning board certification from the ACHE, Gillette demonstrates a personal level of commitment to providing high-quality service to Community Hospital's patients and to the community it serves. In fact, only 7,500 health care executives hold this distinction. For information, visit www.ache.org.

Realtors thanked for giving school supplies

The West Pasco Board of Realtors, 5409 Sunset Road in New Port Richey, received a certificate of appreciation from Hudson Elementary School for outstanding support for providing gifts and supplies needed by the students.

Realta' restaurant opens its doors

Restaurateur Mario Caladarola has opened Realta' at Broedell Plaza, 8351 State Road 54, Suite 108 in Trinity, (727) 859-5047.

Caldarola is using his grandmother's 100-year-old recipes in his authentic dishes from all over Italy. He has been in the restaurant business for 32 years.

One of the main features of Realta' is the all-you-can-eat pasta for $6.95, offered all day, every day. The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and from noon to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Visit www.realtaitalian.com.

Siebel Falls' green homes to aid charities

The Colmar model offered by Siebel Falls Homes is the 2008 Pasco Building Association's Showcase Home. It is among the first green homes in the area to be certified under the latest Florida Green Building Coalition requirements.

Siebel Falls will give the proceeds from the sale of this model to Ronald McDonald Care Mobile and Mercy Ships charities and the Pasco Building Association.

"Building environmentally friendly homes will benefit the community tremendously but we wanted to take it a step further by helping charities," said Siebel Falls owner Joe Chajkowski.

The model is in the Alsace subdivision, at 22338 Bartholdi Circle in Land O'Lakes.

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Samuelsen to build in Siena at Champions' Club 07/06/08 [Last modified: Monday, July 7, 2008 6:42pm]
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