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Hometown Pasco for July 11

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Hometown Pasco is devoted to everyday life in our county, whether it's snapshots from your family reunion or a few lines thanking someone for a job well done. Call Hometown Pasco news coordinator Jean Hayes at (352) 848-1438, fax (352) 754-6133, or jhayes@tampabay.com.

Military news

Basic training complete: Navy Seaman Apprentice Anissa L. Moussa recently completed naval basic training at the Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Ill.

Moussa, a 2010 graduate of Marble Falls High School in Marble Falls, Texas, is the daughter of Mehdi M. Moussa of Land O'Lakes and Tracey A. Brannon of Kingsland, Texas.

High fives

Author's book released: Author John Guzzardo, formerly of Port Richey, released his first full-length novel, A 38 Day Education, on June 2. The story, told from the perspective of Jay Ferragamo, a college sophomore who is thrust into the role of editor of the school newspaper, learns the publication is almost completely broke and must navigate the treacherous waters of student government to gain funding.

The book was inspired by Guzzardo's experiences during his first two months as editor of his campus newspaper at Georgia Southwestern State University in 1994.

Hometown Pasco for July 11 07/10/14 [Last modified: Thursday, July 10, 2014 10:58am]
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