2454 McMullen Booth Rd. #720 Clearwater, FL 33759
If there's one thing you can count on in life, it's that your body will change over time. Many men in their early 20s feel bulletproof and ready to take on the world. But it's only a matter of time before age starts to play a part in day-to-day life. Injuries take a longer time to heal, hangovers seem to last longer than ever, and aches and pains become part of normal life. For many men approaching middle age, something more concerning than backaches begins to happen: their ability to be intimate becomes more difficult. If you find that your love life is becoming or has become compromised, you're not alone - more than 18 million men are affected by erectile dysfunction in the U.S.
While it's completely normal to have trouble in the bedroom as you get older, that doesn't mean you have to settle for it. Unfortunately, in the past, men were taught to just “suck it up” and deal with their problems in private. Thankfully, those days are long gone. If you're ready to fight back against ED and regain your lost passion, Alpha Med Group has the erectile dysfunction treatment in Cityname, State, you've been looking for.
At Alpha Med Group, our team knows how difficult it can be to navigate the mental and physical changes that manifest as we grow older. We know it can be tempting to give up and accept the dull new life ahead of you. But we're here to tell you there is a better way to age. If you're ready to live as you did in your prime, our integrative aging services will help you meet your goals and enjoy life with more energy, youth, and passion.
At Alpha Med Group, our doctors focus on an integrative health approach. We use multimodal strategies to help you take control of your health through quality healthcare, positive life choices, proper diet, and staying active. When combined with the latest research in anti-aging and regenerative medicine, our patients benefit from a fully personalized approach. Unlike other health clinics, our programs target the root causes of our patient's symptoms. That way, they can enjoy a healthy, fulfilling life in public and also in the bedroom.
We're proud to have everything you need to improve your health and achieve your goals. Our providers will expertly handle your nuanced health challenges using advanced therapies like GAINSWave treatments to achieve a results-based outcome you'll love.
Some of the most common conditions we treat at Alpha Med Group include:
When it comes to male health, talking about sex can still feel a little taboo, even in today's modern times. That's especially true when there are deficiencies or performance concerns at play. If you're a man reading this and you're nodding your head in agreement, we know how you're feeling. Thankfully, you don't have to be angry or embarrassed about your performance for much longer.
While your primary care doctor might start you off with ED medications, such options don't really offer real solutions to your problem. Plus, they can cause concerning side effects. Thankfully there's a new, revolutionary therapy on the market called GAINSWave, and we'd be willing to bet it's unlike anything you've tried before.
Unlike most ED options, GAINSWave doesn't require drugs or surgery. Instead, it uses innovative acoustic waves to boost blood flow and stimulate tissues in your penis while also breaking up micro plaques. That means you can say goodbye to the days of sketchy blue pills and painful surgeries.
GAINSWave offers the first non-surgical ED option that helps with Peyronie's Disease and premature ejaculation as well. Alpha Med Group's GAINSWave treatments are painless and safe for most men suffering from erectile dysfunction. If you're looking for a no-nonsense, discreet way to enhance your sexual performance and achieve more substantial erections, GAINSWave is the long-term solution you need. Some benefits of GAINSWave treatments include:
You're probably thinking to yourself, “This all sounds great, but how does it work?” Don't worry; we've got you covered.
GAINSWave might sound too good to be true on the surface. However, this type of erectile dysfunction treatment in Clearwater uses science-based, research-backed applications and technologies that have been proven to be effective.
GAINSWave works by targeting the underlying issue of ED: blood flow. Continuous blood flow is critical in maintaining an erection. As men age, blood vessels in their penis break down and fill up with micro plaques, further reducing blood flow. GAINSWave treatment addresses this issue using low-intensity shockwaves or acoustic pulses to re-open closed blood vessels and help form new ones simultaneously. This increased blood flow essentially eliminates the symptoms of erectile dysfunction, letting men across the country gain a new lease on life.
Because this procedure is drug, surgery, and needle-free, most men won't have to stress about costly insurance claims or ugly scarring. All you need to think about is enjoying life with a new pep in your step, whether you're headed to work or spending time with your spouse in the bedroom.
Alpha Med Group's patients love that GAINSWave is quick, effective, and gets right to the root cause of their issues. Our GAINSWave treatments yield long-term results with optimized sexual performance and even treat other issues like Peyronie's disease.
Any man older than 30 can enjoy the benefits of GAINSWave therapy. Men with or without erectile dysfunction use GAINSWave to reshape their sex lives without resorting to over-the-counter pills and prescriptions like Cialis. While it's true that the “blue pill” can temporarily relieve ED, that relief is short-lived because pills don't address the root cause of the issue. To make matters worse, many drugs have unwanted and unsafe side effects. GAINSWave represents a much safer, more effective solution for men who are sick and tired of the stress and embarrassment associated with ED.
Whether you're dealing with severe erectile dysfunction or you simply want a little more spark with your partner, GAINSWave is the surgery-free, drug-free alternative you can rely on.
To help you get a better understanding of Alpha Med Group's GAINSWave therapy, consider these quick facts:
In today's day and age, products that promise quick results and convenience are king. It makes sense, then, that many men want the fastest solution to their ED problem. While it's easy to pop a “little blue pill,” doing so can come with consequences that you don't get with GAINSWave treatment. And when it comes to sketchy over-the-counter options that you can buy at your local gas station, the risks are quite concerning. Before you re-up your prescription or head to the gas station, consider these side effects:
If you're one of the many men who settled for strange side effects just to regain confidence in the bedroom, it's time to celebrate. Rather than relying on prescriptions or a la carte options, health-conscious men are using GAINSWave treatments for a safer, natural solution with no side effects.
Despite the fact that millions of men around the country suffer from erectile dysfunction, most males won't talk about it. Maybe it's because they're embarrassed. Maybe it's because they simply don't understand what's going on. However, ignoring the issue can have long-term consequences and may result in problems like Peyronie's disease.
Peyronie's disease, which affects about 9% of men, can occur at any age. It is most often characterized by a curve or bend in the penis, caused by fibrous scar tissue proliferating under the penis' surface. If the scar tissue isn't treated correctly, it can make achieving an erection difficult, creating a painful curve that makes sex almost impossible. Sometimes, symptoms of Peyronie's disease can work themselves out but most often, men need treatment to regain a healthy sex life.
While having a curve in your penis is relatively normal, having pain and discomfort with an erection most certainly is not, and a good sign that you need help. Fortunately, GAINSWave therapy has helped many men regain their sexual performance by reducing the curvature of the penis caused by Peyronie's disease.
Men suffering from Peyronie's disease may notice an array of symptoms, which may manifest quickly or slowly. Some of the most common symptoms include:
Severe Bend of Penis: One of the most common symptoms of Peyronie's disease is significant bending of the penis in a certain direction, with or without achieving an erection.
If you're one of the many American men who has lost hope because of Peyronie's disease, there is a new reason to be hopeful. Peyronie's disease is treatable, and you don't have to rely on surgery, vacuum devices, or a wait-and-see approach to get results.
If you're a man searching for a safe, non-invasive, natural treatment option for Peyronie's disease, GAINSWave therapy is the way to go. GAINSWave incorporates premium low-intensity, high-frequency shockwaves that break down plaque (or scar tissue) while opening and creating new blood vessels. When blood flow is increased, the penis curvature associated with Peyronie's disease is often reduced, giving men a new chance to enjoy a healthy sex life.
In today's modern world, with health-centric social influencers and body biohackers around every corner, the bar is high for body optimization. Peak performance in the bedroom is no exception. Men of all ages across the nation are searching for a certain edge in the bedroom. They want longer endurance, stronger erections, and a more enhanced sexual experience with partners.
Even men in their 20s and 30s, with no medical conditions, are trying gas station erection pills, injections, penis pumps, and other dangerous products to supercharge their penis and performance. Luckily for them (and you), GAINSWave can provide a natural, long-term solution that adds extra spice to your sex life.
Many men find short-term satisfaction in taking pills for better erections, but the truth is, these drugs are harmful when used frequently or recreationally. Males who take these pills risk becoming psychologically dependent and unable to perform when they're not around. In fact, men without medical conditions who rely on “little blue pills” for sexual enhancement may not be able to achieve a normal erection with their partner.
If you want to enhance your sex life and improve your erection quality, it's time to consider a long-term, natural solution like GAINSWave from Alpha Med Group.
For strong erections, you need to have blood flow to your penis. There are plenty of natural ways you can boost blood flow and improve your sexual performance. Some options include exercising, eating healthy, and managing stress in productive ways. Foods that help increase blood flow can also help reduce inflammation in your body too. If you're a smoker, try lowering your daily cigarette intake and add supplements to your diet, like vitamin D.
But if you're looking to take things up a notch in the bedroom, GAINSWave is the way to go. This proven, non-invasive treatment helps produce better erections and boost libido by increasing blood flow to your penis and stimulating the growth of new nerve tissue and blood vessels.
At Alpha Med Group, our focus is on your goals, your results, and your experience. We firmly believe that your story matters and our team is ready and waiting to listen. We provide functional, personalized, regenerative medicines that address root causes, coupled with an industry-leading, progressive care strategy that is centered around our patients.
If you're looking for GAINSWave treatment in a professional, welcoming setting provided by sexual health experts, contact our state-of-the-art office in Clearwater today. Whether you need help with embarrassing symptoms related to erectile dysfunction or you're looking to revive your sex life with a natural solution, we're here for you.
AUBURN | Following a physical six weeks of winter workouts, Auburn has released its roster to coincide with the start of spring practice. Below, the entire roster is listed with all the newcomers, several number changes and a number of weight changes.FULL 2023 SPRING ROSTER0 Koy Moore WR 6-1 198 Jr. Kenner, LA (+6)0 DeMario Tolan LB 6-1 203 So. Orlando, FL1 T.J. Finley QB 6-7 260 Jr. Ponchatoula, LA (+10)*1 Jeffrey M’Ba DL 6-6 307 Jr. Libreville, Gabon (-6)3 Tar’Varis...
AUBURN | Following a physical six weeks of winter workouts, Auburn has released its roster to coincide with the start of spring practice. Below, the entire roster is listed with all the newcomers, several number changes and a number of weight changes.
FULL 2023 SPRING ROSTER
0 Koy Moore WR 6-1 198 Jr. Kenner, LA (+6)
0 DeMario Tolan LB 6-1 203 So. Orlando, FL
1 T.J. Finley QB 6-7 260 Jr. Ponchatoula, LA (+10)
*1 Jeffrey M’Ba DL 6-6 307 Jr. Libreville, Gabon (-6)
3 Tar’Varish Dawson Jr. WR 5-10 159 So. Fort Myers, FL (-2)
3 Kayin Lee CB 5-11 184 TFr. Ellenwood, GA
*4 Camden Brown WR 6-3 199 So. Fort Myers, FL (-3)
4 D.J. James CB 6-1 170 Sr. Mobile, AL (-4)
5 Jay Fair WR 5-10 179 So. Rockwall, TX (-2)
*5 Donovan Kaufman S 5-10 203 Jr. New Orleans, LA (-2)
6 Ja’Varrius Johnson WR 5-10 165 Sr. Trussville, AL (+5)
6 Keionte Scott CB 6-0 186 Jr. San Diego, CA (+1)
8 Nick Gardner WR 6-6 209 Sr. Oakville, ON
*8 Austin Ausberry S 6-0 203 RFr. Baton Rouge, LA
9 Robby Ashford QB 6-3 212 So. Hoover, AL
9 Eugene Asante LB 6-1 219 Jr. Alexandria, VA (+3)
10 Zion Puckett S 6-0 230 Sr. Griffin, GA (+3)
11 Elijah McAllister Jack 6-6 271 Sr. Asbury Park, NJ
12 Holden Geriner QB 6-3 212 RFr. Savannah, GA
12 Austin Keys LB 6-2 235 Jr. Taylorsville, MS
13 Rivaldo Fairweather TE 6-4 251 Jr. Lauderhill, FL
13 Cam Riley LB 6-5 237 Jr. Evergreen, AL (+7)
14 Landen King WR 6-5 209 So. Beaumont, TX (-11)
15 Keldric Faulk Jack 6-6 275 TFr. Highland Home, AL
16 Malcolm Johnson Jr. WR 6-1 195 Jr. Bryans Road, MD
17 Robert Woodyard Jr. LB 6-0 241 RFr. Mobile, AL (-4)
18 Nehemiah Pritchett CB 6-1 182 Sr. Jackson, AL
19 Omari Kelly WR 6-0 179 So. Trussville, AL (+4)
20 Sawyer Pate QB 6-1 228 So. Alabaster, AL (+13)
20 Cayden Bridges S 6-2 222 So. Magee, MS (+20)
21 Brian Battie RB 5-7 165 Jr. Sarasota, FL
21 Caleb Wooden S 6-1 188 So. Lawrenceville, GA
22 Damari Alston RB 5-9 206 So. Atlanta, GA (-3)
22 Brenton Williams Jack 6-3 248 TFr. Opelika, AL
23 J.D. Rhym CB 6-1 184 So. Valdosta, GA (+3)
24 Craig McDonald S 6-2 199 So. Minneapolis, MN (-5)
26 Tony Hunley Jr. CB 5-9 171 So. Anniston, AL
27 Jarquez Hunter RB 5-10 210 Jr. Philadelphia, MS (+8)
28 Jackson Billings WR 5-10 198 So. Huntsville, AL (+16)
28 Hayden Brice Jack 6-3 234 Sr. Jackson, MS (+8)
30 Desmond Tisdol LB 6-0 231 Sr. Rochelle, GA (-3)
31 Powell Gordon LB 6-2 222 RFr. Auburn, AL (-6)
32 Trent Mason WR 6-1 191 So. Lakeland, FL (+4)
32 Wesley Steiner LB 6-0 239 Sr. Warner Robins, GA (+2)
33 Camden Etheredge TE 6-0 212 RFr. Leeds, AL (+8)
33 Mosiah Nasili-Kite DL 6-2 288 Sr. Pittsburg, CA
35 Justin Jones RB 6-1 210 Jr. Bessemer, AL (+15)
36 Luke Reebals RB 5-10 187 RFr. Birmingham, AL (+5)
36 Jaylin Simpson CB 6-1 177 Sr. Brunswick, GA (-1)
37 Marquise Gilbert S 6-2 186 Jr. Daytona Beach, FL (+8)
37 Daniel Perez P 5-11 202 RFr. Brentwood, TN (+19)
38 Alex McPherson K 5-9 157 RFr. Fort Payne, AL (+7)
39 Dylan Brooks Jack 6-4 245 So. Roanoke, AL (+13)
39 Marshall Meyers P 5-7 213 So. Opelika, AL (+8)
42 Kyle Vaccarella LS 6-3 227 So. Fairfield, CT (+1)
43 Kameron Brown LB 6-0 244 Jr. Sugar Hill, GA (+6)
44 Sean Jackson RB 5-9 233 So. Trussville, AL (+3)
45 Paul Thompson Jr. S 6-0 199 RFr. Hoover, AL (+4)
46 Jake Levant LB 6-1 233 Jr. Vestavia Hills, AL (+9)
47 Grant Hidalgo TE 6-5 233 So. Orlando, FL (-9)
47 Mac McClinton S 5-8 180 RFr. Montgomery, AL
50 Jalil Irvin OL 6-3 320 Sr. Stone Mountain, GA (+7)
50 Marcus Harris DL 6-3 294 Sr. Montgomery, AL
52 Dillon Wade OL 6-4 296 Jr. Houston, TX
52 Wilky Denaud DL 6-3 275 TFr. Stuart, FL
53 Gunner Britton OL 6-6 305 Sr. Conway, SC
54 Tate Johnson OL 6-4 295 Jr. LaGrange, GA (+10)
55 Bradyn Joiner OL 6-2 341 TFr. Anniston, AL
56 E.J. Harris OL 6-5 324 RFr. Auburn, AL (+12)
56 Stephen Johnson DL 6-3 341 TFr. Fayetteville, GA
58 Tobechi Okoli DL 6-5 274 So. Kansas City, MO (+13)
61 Reed Hughes LS 6-1 229 So. Conway, AK (-2)
62 Kameron Stutts OL 6-5 339 Sr. Killen, AL
64 Cort Bradley OL 6-3 290 So. Auburn, AL (-3)
66 Avery Jones OL 6-4 302 Sr. Havelock, NC
67 Jacob Quattlebaum LS 6-1 234 Sr. Enterprise, AL (+5)
69 Colby Smith OL 6-8 340 So. Reidsville, NC (+16)
72 Izavion Miller OL 6-5 313 Jr. Memphis, TN
74 Garner Langlo OL 6-6 297 So. Inverness, FL (-3)
75 Connor Lew OL 6-3 278 TFr. Kennesaw, GA
76 Clay Wedin OL 6-5 306 TFr. Valrico, FL
*77 Jeremiah Wright OL 6-5 345 Jr. Selma, AL (+10)
78 Evan Richards OL 6-4 309 RFr. Cullman, AL (-4)
82 Jake Kruse WR 5-10 179 RFr. Helena, AL (+9)
83 Colby Stafford WR 5-11 176 TFr. Mobile, AL
84 Micah Riley-Ducker TE 6-5 238 RFr. Omaha, NE (-20)
85 Tyler Fromm TE 6-5 239 Sr. Warner Robins, GA (-4)
86 Luke Deal TE 6-5 256 Sr. Greenwood, SC (-1)
87 Brandon Frazier TE 6-7 271 Sr. McKinney, TX (+9)
89 Whit Johnson WR 5-11 179 RFr. Centre, AL (-14)
90 Enyce Sledge DL 6-2 304 RFr. Monroe, LA (-11)
*91 Zykeivous Walker DL 6-4 292 Jr. Ellaville, GA (-12)
91 Oscar Chapman P 6-3 204 Sr. Adelaide, Australia (+2)
92 Lawrence Johnson DL 6-2 299 Sr. Fort Wayne, IN
93 Joe Frazier Jr. DL 5-11 264 RFr. Auburn, AL
93 Evan McGuire K 6-5 221 So. Alabaster, AL (-2)
94 Godwin Owolabi DL 6-2 297 So. Tuskegee, AL (-3)
96 Garrison Walker DL 6-1 195 Jr. Toccoa, GA (+7)
97 Justin Rogers DL 6-3 340 Jr. Detroit, MI
99 Jayson Jones DL 6-6 339 Jr. Calera, AL (+11)
* denotes number change
(+/-) — change in weight from last spring
DeLAND, Fla. – It came down to the final out in the bottom of the seventh inning, but after a fast start at the plate and a dominant effort by sophomore right-hander Kaitlyn Felton, the No. 22 UCF softball squad fell in walk-off fashion to the Stetson Hatters Wednesday night, 4-3, at Patricia Wilson Field.Holding a narrow 3-1 advantage with six innings of one-run ball already un...
DeLAND, Fla. – It came down to the final out in the bottom of the seventh inning, but after a fast start at the plate and a dominant effort by sophomore right-hander Kaitlyn Felton, the No. 22 UCF softball squad fell in walk-off fashion to the Stetson Hatters Wednesday night, 4-3, at Patricia Wilson Field.
Holding a narrow 3-1 advantage with six innings of one-run ball already under her belt, Felton trotted back out to the circle in the bottom of the seventh inning. The sophomore starter was nearly untouchable throughout the evening, yielding just one first-inning run on two hits.
A pair of walks that sandwiched Felton's seventh strikeout of the evening chased the Knights (5-7, 0-0 AAC) starter from the contest, though, in favor of left-hander Angelina DeVoe. The Hatters answered with an RBI single on DeVoe's first pitch, and a third walk in the inning loaded the bases with two outs.
Junior right-hander Grace Jewell represented UCF's third pitcher of the inning to try to close out the Hatters, but Stetson plated the tying and winning runs on a fielder's choice to Jada Cody at third base after a throw to second ricocheted off the glove of Micaela Macario.
The seventh-inning rally spoiled what was one of Felton's better starts of the season. Staked to a three-run lead before throwing her first pitch, Felton responded to a Stetson first-inning run with a scoreless second, and proceeded to retire 14 of the next 15 hitters she faced.
The lone baserunner the Valrico, Florida, native surrendered after the final two outs of the second inning was a one-out walk in the bottom of the fourth, and her seven strikeouts marked her second-highest single-game total of the season and her most since her career-high 13 punchouts against UMass Feb. 10.
Following her seven-strikeout performance, Felton surpassed her 2022 freshman season total of 32 in an even 50 innings pitched, and currently boasts 35 punchouts against 16 walks in 31 innings. The right-hander has also limited opposing hitters to just a .188 average (21-for-112).
Offensively, the Knights enjoyed a fast start, plating three runs in the top of the first inning. With two outs and Cody on first base after the latter singled with one away, junior right fielder Chloe Evans came through with a single to right field. Stetson right fielder Haley Fox made an erratic throw to third base in an attempt to throw Cody out trying for third, and the UCF third baseman scampered home with the game's first run.
Following her 1-for-3 evening, Evans represents the team's leading hitter through 12 games, with a .351/.400/.730 line, a 1.130 OPS, eight extra-base hits, 27 total bases and 12 RBI.
UCF wasn't finished in the inning. Designated player Savannah Adams, fresh off being awarded American Athletic Conference weekly Honor Roll honors for her performance during the Clearwater Invitational, clubbed the second pitch she saw over the left field wall, plating Evans and ballooning the Knights' advantage to 3-0.
UCF was unable to continue building on its early offensive momentum, though, as the Knights managed just one hit the remainder of the game, a Johneisha Rowe double with one out in the top of the second inning.
UP NEXT The Knights have a quick turnaround following their Wednesday defeat, as UCF on Thursday will begin play during the 2023 Knights Classic tournament hosted at the UCF Softball Complex. UCF will play five games in the next four days, beginning with a Thursday twin-bill against the Gardner-Webb Runnin' Bulldogs at 3 and 5:30 p.m.
TLC’s Gypsy Haven Located at 4325 Keysville Rd. in Lithia, TLC’s Gypsy Haven offers weekly themed riding camps, for ages 8-99, focused on riding and grooming. The camps take place from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. from Monday, June 5 to Friday, August 4.Students pack their own lunch, snacks and drinks and are encouraged to wear light pants or leggings, but boots are a must. The camp boasts one teacher, one aide and one volunteer per 10 students.For more information, visit ...
TLC’s Gypsy Haven
Located at 4325 Keysville Rd. in Lithia, TLC’s Gypsy Haven offers weekly themed riding camps, for ages 8-99, focused on riding and grooming. The camps take place from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. from Monday, June 5 to Friday, August 4.
Students pack their own lunch, snacks and drinks and are encouraged to wear light pants or leggings, but boots are a must. The camp boasts one teacher, one aide and one volunteer per 10 students.
For more information, visit www.tlcsfarms.com, call Tammi at 813-842-4236 or email TLCS2867@aol.com.
The Patel Conservatory
The Patel Conservatory at the Straz Center is hosting a variety of weekly summer camps for rising actors, musicians and dancers starting Tuesday, May 30 and running through Friday, August 4. Weekly camps will take place Monday through Friday, with pre- and post-camp available for an additional $30 each or $50 for both extensions.
Information on the camps offered as well as specific dates, times and pricing are available in the 2023 summer camps and classes brochure on the Straz Center’s website at www.strazcenter.org. For more information on specific details of the camps, contact the admissions staff at 813-222-1040 or 800-955-1045 (toll-free).
Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA has what kids crave at one of its many summer camp locations.
YMCA camps offer an array of fun where activity specialists will lead campers through various experiences each day, including swimming, science, high ropes, outdoor education, nature encounters, horseback riding, canoeing, visual arts and more.
All camps begin on Tuesday, May 30 and run through Friday, August 4 with 10 separate sessions available from Monday to Friday. Book one weeklong session or book them all. Camp programming runs from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. with free early-morning care beginning at 7 a.m. and free afternoon extended care until 6 p.m.
Prices start at only $184 per week for YMCA members and are open to the public. Discounted rates for members, early registration, siblings, multicamp sign-ups and early-bird registration are available.
For more information on specific locations and pricing and to register, visit www.tampaymca.org/programs/camp/summer-camp.
Camp Osprey LLC
For a fun, traditional camp experience, check out Camp Osprey, which is located on 204 acres of beautiful woodlands alongside the Little Manatee River in Wimauma. Camp activities include high ropes courses, ziplines, horseback riding and much more.
Camps take place every week starting on Sunday, June, and campers can sign up for a week or the whole summer. Day and overnight options are available, with day camp costing $325 a week and overnight being $795. Meals are provided and snacks can be purchased in the camp canteen.
New this year is COSMO Camp Osprey Smoky Mountain Outdoor adventures for groups of 12 campers ages 13-16 years old.
The camp is located at 18050 U.S. Hwy. 301 S. in Wimauma and can be reached at 941-928-6860. For more information, visit www.camposprey.com.
Kids ‘R’ Kids
Kids ‘R’ Kids has been offering summer camps since 2004. This summer, students can sign up on a weekly basis or for the whole summer from Tuesday, May 30 to Friday, August 4.
“Camp will showcase unique weekly themes designed to make your campers smile, think, explore, collaborate and grow in exciting new directions,” said Fernandes. “Our camp includes all meals and field trips to a Rays game, Sea Screamer in Clearwater, Ringling Museum, Treasure Island Fun Center and much more.”
Kids ‘R’ Kids Circa FishHawk is located at 5815 Kids Crossing Dr. in Lithia and can be reached at 813-654-7000. Visit its website at www.krkcirca.com for more information and to register.
Cedarkirk Camp & Conference Center
Cedarkirk Camp & Conference Center is located on 170 acres of woodland alongside the Alafia River in Lithia.
Camps take place weekly from Sunday to Friday starting on Sunday, June 11 and finishing on Friday, August 4; campers can sign up for a week or the whole summer. Cedarkirk offers overnight camps for older students, and younger campers in grades one through three can attend a shorter three-day camp. Camps range in price from $465 a week to $510 and include all meals plus two daily snacks.
Cedarkirk Camp & Conference Center is located at 1920 Streetman Dr. in Lithia and can be reached at 813-685-4224. For more information and to register, visit www.cedarkirk.org.
Code Wiz FishHawk
Code Wiz FishHawk is located in Park Square at 16132 Churchview Dr. in Lithia. It will be running full and half-day camps for students interested in computers and coding. Camp activities will include Roblox, robotics, Minecraft and building your own 2D/3D video games.
The half-day camp runs from 9 a.m.-12 Noon and from 1-4 p.m.; a full-day is 9 a.m.-4 p.m. A week of half-day camp is $350 and $550 for a full-day camp; discounts are available for siblings, multicamp and early-bird registrations.
For more information, visit www.thecodewiz.com/fishhawk-fl or call 813-820-6583.
Mathnasium Of Riverview And Brandon
Mathnasium’s personalized learning plans are proven to improve grades and give them a head start going into the new school year. With live face-to-face instruction, either in-center or online, its summer programs are designed to work in tandem with the other summer camps and activities. Just two or three one-hour sessions per week are all kids need to help keep their math skills on track for the upcoming school year, and your child will continue to enjoy summer because Mathnasium makes learning math fun. Space is limited so don’t delay in registering your child.
Call today for a free assessment.
Mathnasium of Brandon (www.mathnasium.com/brandon) is located at 1048 Bloomingdale Ave. and can be reached at 813-655-6284, and Mathnasium of Riverview (www.mathnasium.com/riverview) is located at 1388 U.S. 301 and can be reached at 813-565-1102. Coming soon is a new location at 13388 S. U.S. 301 in Riverview.
The Florida Academy of Performing Arts at Music Showcase offers summer camps for aspiring actors and musicians. With a variety of camp options in full and half-day experiences, there’s something for every young entertainer.
The traditional camp exposes campers to music and more. You can sign up for one weeklong camp or you can sign up for multiple camps. Camps are structured by age, ability and interest.
Its other camp option is a musical theater camp, where campers work together over the course of a few weeks to put on a show.
For further details, visit www.faopa.org or call 813-490-2787. Music Showcase is located at 402 Oakfield Dr. in Brandon.
River Hills Junior Summer Camp
Do you have a budding tennis or golf player in your home? Sign them up for camp at River Hills Country Club, which aims to combine just the right amount of sport instruction with fun to keep your children loving the sport.
Camps are suitable for all ages from 7-13 years old and all levels of players, having a U.S. Kids Golf curriculum being taught by PGA-certified instructors and tennis instruction with drills and conditioning from a USPTA instructor. Half and full-day sessions are available.
River Hills Country Club is located at 3943 New River Hills Pkwy. in Valrico. For more information on summer camps, visit www.riverhillscountryclub.com or call 813-653-1554, ext. 242.
High 5 Inc.
Brandon’s High 5 Inc. is inviting students to go “Around the World in 50 Days,” kicking off on Tuesday, May 30 and running through Friday, August 4.
Each week students will be visiting a different country and learn about its uniqueness, history, culture and so much more.
Camp is offered Monday through Friday from 7 a.m.-6 p.m. at High 5, which is located at 405 Beverly Blvd. in Brandon. Campers can sign up for individual weeks throughout the summer or the entire summer. To register, visit www.high5inc.org/camp-3.
Camp costs $175 a week per child for nonmembers and High 5 members can register for $160.
To learn more, visit www.high5inc.org or call 813-689-0908.
D-BAT South Shore
Does your child love baseball or softball? Help them develop their skills this summer at D-BAT South Shore, located at 351 30th St. NE in Ruskin. Summer camp programs are being offered from Monday, May 29 to Friday, July 28, and state-of-the-art technology will be used to allow campers to enhance and improve basic baseball and softball skills.
This is a great opportunity for students to get involved with others who share their desire to grow and develop their ball skills. Camp runs on a weekly basis from 8:45 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and costs $175 a week for platinum members.
Additional information can be found on its website at https://dbatsouthshore.com/ or by calling 813-645-3228.
Summer camp at Navigator Academy is a full-day camp open for incoming kindergarteners to eighth graders. Weekly and daily rates are available, with field trips and lunch included.
Navigator Academy is located at 1101 Bloomingdale Ave. in Valrico. Additional information can be found on its website at www.navigatoracademyvalrico.com.
FishHawk Fellowship Church
FishHawk Fellowship Church, located at 15326 FishHawk Blvd. in Lithia is offering a selection of half-day sports camps, including basketball, soccer and flag football, running from Monday, June 5 until Friday, August 4. Most camps are for first through fifth graders, with some available for first through eighth graders from Monday, June 26 to August 4.
All camps run from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., and the price is $105 for the week. For additional information, call 813-655-7431.
TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – A Tampa Bay area nonprofit is raising funds with a bistro and providing comfort and support to help childhood cancer patients and their families.Small But Mighty Heroes (SBMH) was started by founder and CEO Tina Downing in 2017. Southwest employee in Tampa pet sits fish for college passenger home for summer ...
TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – A Tampa Bay area nonprofit is raising funds with a bistro and providing comfort and support to help childhood cancer patients and their families.
Small But Mighty Heroes (SBMH) was started by founder and CEO Tina Downing in 2017.
Downing dedicated herself to shining a light on pediatric cancer and to focus on each child by turning them in to a “superhero.” She said that sheds a light on how strong and brave the children are, and to offer a memorable support system.
According to Downing, through community support and volunteers, SBMH expanded in to a nonprofit in 2019.
“We started with 25 pediatric cancer warriors and now support [is] over 325,” said Downing.
She said packages and programs were developed by the nonprofit to turn every child battling cancer in to a superhero and every sibling in to a sidekick.
Programs include “hero boxes” sent to children battling cancer, based upon the information given by parents. The “sidekick program” focuses on the siblings of heroes. Other programs offer nutritional options for children and parents, gas cards, gift cards, hotel stays and more.
Small But Mighty Heroes opened a bistro-style headquarters in March to help bring in support and funding to their superheroes daily. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at the beginning of September.
“The idea is to offer a way for the community to come in and help us support a cause greater than ourselves,” said Downing. “I wanted something unique, yet inviting. Something empowering, yet touching. I wanted a way to offer transparency for all who support and show them how impactful their support truly is.”
The bistro sells coffee, teas, lemonades and more to raise funds to help SBMH with their mission.
At their headquarters, every pediatric cancer patient’s journey becomes a part of Small But Mighty Heroes’ “Legacy Wall.” Each child will be represented by a gold ribbon with their name.
“…here, their legacy will live on,” said Downing.
Small But Mighty Heroes recently opened their “Dr. Strange portal,” where young cancer patients and their siblings can hang out, play, watch movies and more.
The Small But Mighty Heroes bistro is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and closed Sunday. It is located at 3240 Lithia Pinecrest Rd, Suite 103 in Valrico. Orders can be placed in advance online.
You can find out more about Small But Mighty Heroes and its programs on their website.
Hillsborough County, Fla. (Sept. 26, 2022) - Hillsborough County has issued a mandatory evacuation for Evacuation Zone A as well as those in mobile and manufactured homes and residents in low-lying areas prone to flooding starting at 2 p.m. today, Monday, Sept. 26. The County has also issued a voluntary evacuation for Evacuation Zone B. Hillsborough County Administrator Bonnie Wise signed the ...
Hillsborough County, Fla. (Sept. 26, 2022) - Hillsborough County has issued a mandatory evacuation for Evacuation Zone A as well as those in mobile and manufactured homes and residents in low-lying areas prone to flooding starting at 2 p.m. today, Monday, Sept. 26. The County has also issued a voluntary evacuation for Evacuation Zone B. Hillsborough County Administrator Bonnie Wise signed the evacuation order today in order to protect residents in coastal areas from expected storm surge.
The County will open 43 shelters at 2 p.m.
Below is the list of shelters now open to residents:
General Population Shelters
The special-needs shelters are only for residents with medical issues that require electricity assistance or cognitive issues that would not be supported in a general population shelter.
Residents bringing pets to one of the four pet-friendly shelters need to bring a sturdy carrier for each pet that allows room for the pet to stand up and move around, as well as a collar with a leash and supplies for each pet to last seven days. More information on how residents can prepare their pets can be found here: Pet Disaster Planning.
Residents are urged not to evacuate to hospitals, as they are not shelters.
HART Evacuation Routes Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) will continue to run the regular bus route service until further notice. Residents needing transportation assistance to a shelter should proceed to the nearest bus route. Bus drivers will transport evacuees to a bus transfer center, where they will be taken to the closest open shelter.
Get Connected. Stay Alert. For more information on Hillsborough County's response to Hurricane Ian, visit HCFLGov.net/StaySafe and sign up for the HCFL Alert system. Additionally, you can follow Hillsborough County on social media at Facebook, Twitter, and Nextdoor for updates.
Residents without digital access are encouraged to call 833-HCSTORM or 833-427-8676, the County's storm information line, for information on Hurricane Ian or visit HCFLGov.net/StaySafe.