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begins at 10:00am. We are a group of ladies of various ages and abilities all working together while having fun and helping the children of Rady Children’s Hospital. We welcome anyone who wants to help make a difference. If you need further information, please contact Margie at 951.662.8002 or

San Diego Humane Society Behavior and Training Tips - Back to School Boredom; "Back to School" may be music to a parent's ears, but it can mean a tough adjustment for our pets who have become used to long summer days of constant entertainment while the kids are home. When pets get bored they can exhibit destructive, anti-social or anxious behaviors. Though toys can’t replace human contact and socialization, there are many things you can do to help keep your pets happy while the kids go back to school: Enrichment items for dogs: Stuffed Toys: Fill toys with high-value treats, small amounts of cheese, dog food, etc. These can be made up ahead of time and put in the freezer until you’re ready to use them. Hiding Food/Treats/Toys: You can hide treats and toys around the pet’s environment for them to find. PositiveReinforcement Training: Encouraging your dog to work and think for their treats is a fun activity for both you and your pet! Enrichment items for cats: Window Perches: Allow your cat access to a perch in front of a window so they can watch the outside world. Bags/Decorated Boxes: Cats are curious creatures and love exploring paper bags and boxes. You can make boxes more interesting by attaching, pipe cleaners, cat toys, etc. Just be sure to cut off handles on bags to ensure your cats don’t get caught. Streamers/Ribbons: Attach or hang strips to fans/vents. They can provide loads of entertainment for our feline friends. (Supervise cats when playing with streamers or ribbons to ensure

they do not choke, swallow or get tangled in them.) Hiding/Quiet Napping Areas: Cats also enjoy quiet time and need a place to hide and recharge. Cat trees and places for them to hide and relax are essential to a cat’s well-being. San Diego Humane Society’s certified trainers are always available! Call our Behavior Helpline for any behavior-related questions regarding your pet(s): 619.299.7012, ext. 2244. The Humane Society has numerous training classes each month for puppies, kittens and dogs, such as Puppy Play Groups; Puppy Preschool; Kitten Kindergarten; and for Dogs: Marvelous Manners (Level 1), Superb Skills (Level 2), Canine Good Citizen Class, Canine Nose Work, various classes. Contact any of the campuses for information.

Contemporary Women Dnate Lap Blankets to Local Veterans - GFWC Contemporary Women of North County (CWONC) is committed to honoring our nation’s heroes. To show these heroes that their dedication and sacrifice is appreciated, members created beautiful handmade lap blankets that were delivered to the Oceanside VA Medical Center. Visit

Escondido Campus, 2500 Burnet Drive, Escondido 92027; San Diego Campus, 5500 Gaines St., San Diego 92110; Oceanside Campus (dogs) 2905 San Luis Rey Road, Oceanside 92058, and Oceanside Campus (cats, small animals), 572 Airport Road, Oceanside 92058. Call 619.299.7012.

San Marcos Rotary Club to Hold Charity Golf Tournament - The Rotary Club of San Marcos is holding a charity golf tournament at the beautiful Twin Oaks Golf Course in San Marcos on Tuesday, October 8th, with a 1:30pm shotgun start. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Boys & Girls Club of San Marcos and Rotary charity projects. Cost is $150 per player, but if you register a foursome before September 17th, it is only $125 each. Included is the use of the driving range, lunch, tee package, golf and dinner. A silent auction and raffle with great prizes will also take place. Registration is still being accepted however space is limited. Sign up online for players, sponsorships, cash/item contributions. Visit Call 760-518-2035 or for more information.

GFWC Contemporary Women of North County (CWONC) holds a quarterly “SewIn” at the San Marcos Community Center. Members bring their scissors and sewing machines and the latest project was creating 60 teddy bears that will be donated to the Vista Community Clinic. The clinic is able to set up a safety net for children who otherwise would go without the medical care they need, or end up in a hospital emergency room. Visit,, or

Members of Contemporary Women of North County Arthur Harris, VA Medical Center, Oceanside Vista Friends and Newcomers Meeting The Vista Friends and Newcomers will hold their first membership meeting of the fall on Thursday, September 12 at 9:30am at Pegah’s Kitchen, 945 S. Santa Fe Ave, Vista. The program will be an exhibition on quilting and an exhibition on jewelry making by two of our talented members. This is a breakfast meeting, so one must purchase breakfast. Come learn what the Vista Friends is all about and have an enjoyable morning meeting new friends. Questions, call 760-758-4120.

Contemporary Women Donate Teddy Bears to Vista Community Clinic -

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