Make us your home page
Instagram

Today’s top headlines delivered to you daily.

(View our Privacy Policy)

Hometown Pasco for Sept. 11

Leadership Pasco appoints new board members:

Related News/Archive

Leadership Pasco announced recently the appointment of three new members to its board of directors, as well as a full slate of officers and members for 2015.

Joining the board of directors are Ed Caum, Kim Hamm and Todd Pillars. Caum works in the county's office of tourism development and is retired from the military; Hamm is vice president of finance and accounting at Youth and Family Alternatives; and Pillars, a former IT consultant, is now a professional photographer.

Leadership board members include: Tom Celotto, president; Stefanie Ambrosio Pontlitz, president-elect; Krista Covey, secretary; Connie Lucco, treasurer; Rob Aguis; Nichole Alvarez-Sowles; Carla Armstrong; Kim Bogart; Scott Byrnes; Caum; Heather Grimes; Hamm; Steven Jonas; Lorraine Lane; James Mallo; Jamie Mick; Pillars; Tina Shelton; Skip Miller; George Tharin; and Tony Vannata.

For more than 25 years, Leadership Pasco has helped to identify and recruit current or potential leaders of Pasco County, facilitate the development and interaction of those leaders and foster an issues-oriented learning environment for the leaders and the citizens of Pasco County.

We want your news!

Hometown Pasco is devoted to everyday life in our county. Call Hometown Pasco news coordinator Jean Hayes at (352) 848-1438, fax (352) 754-6133, or [email protected]

Pasco sheriff completes executive leaders program:

Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco completed the executive leaders program at the Naval Postgraduate School's Center for Homeland Defense and Security on Aug. 13. The goal of the program is to enhance senior leaders' capacity to develop policies and strategies while strengthening working relationships across the jurisdictional boundaries of regions, agencies, governments and the private sector. Students study the interdisciplinary concepts comprising homeland security. The 32 participants represented a snapshot of homeland security across the country and included professionals from the Department of Homeland Security and agencies within it, as well as emergency management, the military, law enforcement, fire safety, state and municipal governments, public health and the private sector.

New director at First United Methodist:

First United Methodist Church of Hudson recently welcomed Darrell Day to its staff as director of worship arts. Day replaces Nancy Hoger, who joined her husband, Dr. Norm Hoger, in retirement.

Tax collector's offices raise funds for heart research:

Pasco County Tax Collector Mike Fasano announced recently that the Florida Heart Research Foundation was the beneficiary of 29 new specialty tags sold and close to $1,000 in cash raised during the tax collector's Charitable Organization of the Month campaign during July. "I wish to thank both the citizens and members of the Pasco County license plate team for their support of the Stop Heart Disease license plate," stated Nancy Cavalie, acting CEO of the foundation, after receiving a check for $1,697.41.

Hometown Pasco for Sept. 11 09/09/15 [Last modified: Wednesday, September 9, 2015 2:55pm]
Photo reprints | Article reprints

© 2017 Tampa Bay Times

    

Join the discussion: Click to view comments, add yours

Loading...
  1. 'Me too': Alyssa Milano urged assault victims to tweet in solidarity. The response was massive.

    Human Interest

    Actor Alyssa Milano took to Twitter on Sunday with an idea, suggested by a friend, she said.

    Within hours of Alyssa Milano’s tweet, tweets with the words “me too” began appearing. By 3 a.m. Monday, almost 200,000 metoo tweets were published by Twitter’s count.
  2. Tampa tax shelter schemer too fat for his prison term, attorney says

    Criminal

    TAMPA — A federal judge sentenced two Bay area men to prison terms last week for peddling an offshore tax shelter scheme that cost the IRS an estimated $10 million.

    Duane Crithfield and Stephen Donaldson Sr. were sentenced to prison after marketing a fraudulent offshore tax strategy known as a "Business Protection Plan" to medical practices, offering doctors and others coverage against unlikely events such as a kidnapping.

  3. Weinstein Co., overwhelmed by backlash, may be up for sale

    Corporate

    NEW YORK — The Weinstein Co., besieged by sexual harassment allegations against its namesake and co-founder, may be putting itself up for sale.

    Weinstein
  4. Trial begins in 2014 death of 19-month-old Tampa girl

    Criminal

    TAMPA — Even before his trial officially began, Deandre Gilmore had planted his gaze on the floor of Judge Samantha Ward's courtroom Monday, taking a deep breath and shifting in his seat as a pool of 60 potential jurors learned of his charges.

    Gilmore
  5. Rick Pitino officially fired by Louisville amid federal corruption probe

    College

    In an expected move, the University of Louisville Athletic Association's Board of Directors on Monday voted unanimously to fire men's basketball coach Rick Pitino. The decision came 19 days after Louisville acknowledged that its men's basketball program was being investigated as part of a federal corruption probe and …

    In this Oct. 20, 2016, file photo, Louisville head basketball coach Rick Pitino reacts to a question during a press conference in Louisville, Ky. Louisville's Athletic Association on Monday officially fired Pitino, nearly three weeks after the school acknowledged that its men's basketball program is being investigated as part of a federal corruption probe. [AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley, File]