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View News GEORGE BLISS, CARPINTERIA UNION HIGH SCHOOL class of 1936, was a talented runner in his prep school days. He set the Russell Cup Meet record with a 1:26 finish in the 660 yard dash, and the record stood for 11 years. He volunteered as a meet official for many years before he was chosen as honorary meet director.

THIS SPEEDY RUNNER Gregg Carty hits the tape first in the 880 and helps the Warriors to win the A Division title. Photo: Santa Barbara News-Press, April 9, 1972.

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The Bob Guthrie Memorial Pipe & Drum Corps, led by pipe major Tom Strelich, marched through Island Brewing Company to the applause of the patrons on Friday, May 7, a reminder of the slow return to normalcy in Carpinteria. The band was initially formed in 2007 as the Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Pipe & Drum Corps, by Pipe Major Bob Guthrie, but was renamed after Guthrie passed away in 2018. Members hail from up and down the coast, from Goleta to Ventura. The band is currently instructed by Alan Wood and rehearses every Tuesday at the Carpinteria Community Church at 7:30 p.m. KARLSSON

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60% of county residents have received at least one dose of Covid vaccine

On May 10, the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department reported 34,328 confirmed cases of Covid-19 since the start of the pandemic. The report indicates that 78 new cases have been confirmed in a seven-day period. Countywide, Covid-19 has taken the lives of 450 people, 21 in the South County communities of Carpinteria, Montecito and Summerland where there have been 1,390 confirmed infections. Public health has also reported that 38.9% of the county’s residents are now fully vaccinated. Across health institutions, 386,570 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine have been administered in Santa Barbara County, and 62.2% of county residents have had at least one dose. For more information, visit publichealthsbc.org.

Mobile Covid vaccine clinic next Saturday at St. Joseph Church

The Santa Barbara County Public Health Mobile Covid-19 vaccine clinic will be at St. Joseph Church, 1500 Linden Ave. on Saturday, May 29. The Moderna Covid-19 vaccine, which is a two shot/dose-vaccine will be available at no cost to anyone over the age of 18. Appointments are available from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. To make an appointment call the St. Joseph Church office at (805) 684-2181. Appointments for the second vaccine will be automatically scheduled for Saturday, June 26 at St. Joseph Church.

County begins offering in-home vaccines

Santa Barbara County’s Public Health Department has increased vaccination efforts for homebound and bedbound individuals. In a new program, the county will offer vaccines at home to individuals that are unable to get vaccinated easily at a doctor’s office or other vaccination site. This includes individuals that cannot be transported, are bedbound, those that cannot keep a mask on, or those who would benefit from being vaccinated in their own home because a large vaccination site doesn’t work for them. To register, call 2-1-1. Seniors can also now request free transportation to vaccine sites. To request a ride, call (805) 925-8000.

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MONTH IN MOTION The Canalino Whales are “moving” through Carpinteria while raising money for their school.

Hospice of Santa Barbara will host the next installment of its Illuminate speaker series with special guest Jeneìe Johnson. Johnson talk will focus on “Joy and Pain: The Art of Flourishing in Unprecedented Times.” During her webinar, Johnson will discuss mindfulness and HeartMath practices to cultivate equanimity. Johnson is a program innovation leader, mindfulness, trauma and racial healing pioneer who works to bring mindfulness into public health practices and programs though the Trauma Informed Systems of Care Initiative in San Francisco. The talk will be held on Wednesday, May 19, at 6 p.m. The event is free, but registration is required. To register, visit hospiceofsb.org/hsbseries.

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City to hold workshop on Rincon Bluffs improvements

The city of Carpinteria will hold a virtual public workshop focused on the Carpinteria incon Bluffs Preserve. Participants will learn about a concept design that improves trails and provides other amenities to the public open space. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 25 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. For oom login details, visit the city of Carpinteria’s Facebook page.

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Carpinteria resident Julie LeVay has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Carpinteria Children’s Pro ect (CCP). Le ay brings several decades of experience in philanthropy, institutional development and strategic planning to the board. She is a founding partner of Whaley Le, 2ay,COLUMN a national consulting OR DISPLAY ADS WIDTH = 4.75 firm offering a full range of institutional advancement and philanthropy services to not-for-profit institutions seeking stability and growth. Before starting her own business, LeVay dedicated years of service to public and private universities and performing arts organi ations as a development team member focused on fundraising for capital campaigns and Carpinteria Chi ren’s Pro e t’s program support. ne est boar – member is u ie $249,000! “IAamGREAT thrilled to CONDO oin the CCP ALTERNATIVE board LeVay, an experienced professional because of the vital role the organi ation in institutional advancement and plays in strengthening Carpinteria,” Le- philanthropy. ay said. “The fact that collaboration is baked into CCP’s work is particularly compelling to me because organi ations that work in silos are ust not as effective as they can be.” “It is a true gift when an individual like Julie chooses to dedicate time and energy to the nonprofit community,” said Michael Cooney, board president. “The fact that she brings her talents and time to Carpinteria Children’s Pro ect makes us a very lucky organi ation, and we look forward to working with her for many years.” Le ay is a graduate of Marlborough School in Los Angeles and the University of California, Santa Barbara. She lives with her husband and rescue dog in Carpinteria.

Teachers e ebrate at CHS Parents for Carpinteria High School celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week by treating CHS educators to lunch, hot and cold beverages from Starbucks, goodie bags, flowers, handmade face masks and Handi urus.

Carpinteria High School teachers Ms. Maple, left, and Ms. Rochlitzer, right, wear their new an i uru bra e ets, a● ift from Parents for C S SANDPIPER VILLAGE $459,000 in honer of Teacher Appreciation Week.

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If you have a veteran buried at Carpinteria Cemetery and would like to honor him or her with a flag on Memorial Day, give us a call or send an email on or before May 28 and we will place a flag for you. Please include the person’s full name.

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Los Padres and Carrizo Plain protection bill introduced in Senate

A bill that will protect sections of the Los Padres National Forest and Carrizo Plain National Monument for their ecological, cultural and recreational values has been introduced to the U.S. Senate by Senator Alex Padilla. The bill also prohibits future oil drilling in certain places, improves equitable access to the outdoors and benefits local and statewide economies. Padilla’s bill is a companion to Representative Salud Carbajal’s Central Coast Heritage Protection Act, which passed the House of Representatives in February. It designates more than 245,000 acres of wilderness and 400 miles of the Condor National Scenic Trail. Additionally, the bill creates two scenic areas encompassing 34,500 acres and safeguards about 159 miles of wild and scenic rivers. Certain places will be safeguarded from new oil and gas development. The Los Padres is the only national forest in the state with active oil development, and Carrizo Plain National Monument is bordered by some of the most intensive oil development in the country. A new oil well and pipeline were proposed within the monument boundary during the former administration. Future oil drilling will be prohibited on all lands in both regions that are protected by Padilla’s bill. During the last Congress, then Vice President Kamala Harris, then a Democratic senator of California, championed similar legislation that was co-sponsored by Senator Diane Feinstein. Advocates are celebrating the fact that Padilla is reintroducing the bill so soon after taking office, and that Feinstein is co-sponsoring the legislation again. The Central Coast provisions are part of a larger legislative package that will protect public lands and rivers in Northwest California and in the San Gabriel Mountains near Los Angeles. Both the Los Padres and Carrizo Plain are home to Native American cultural sites and a wide diversity of plant and animal life. The Los Padres, California’s second largest national forest, rises from the Pacific cean to over 8,800 ft in elevation and provides habitat for 468 species of wildlife, including the endangered

o s the Sespe i erness atop y in the os Pa res the propose senate bi intro u e by Senator e Pa i a California condor and the southern steelhead. The Carrizo Plain contains one of the largest concentrations of threatened and endangered species in the U.S., such as the San Joaquin kit fox and blunt-nosed leopard lizard. “ ver the last year, the pandemic has taught us many things about the importance of access to nature,” said Los Padres ForestWatch director of youth and community engagement Graciela Cabello, who spoke at the press event for the bill’s announcement. “ ur public lands have remained at the forefront of the existing health crisis as places the community

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Obituaries

Eric Ely Campos 11/11/1988 – 4/17/2021

Eric Ely Campos lost his battle with pneumonia on April 17, 2021 at the age of 32. Eric is survived by his father, Dan, his sister Kristy (Ramon), grandparents Sal and Delia Campos, and many aunts, uncles and cousins. His family especially thanks SAGE in Ventura for caring for him in his final years. Services will be held on Saturday, May 29, at 1 p.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 1532 Linden Ave., Carpinteria.

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Judie Chesson 8/30/1937 – 4/26/2021

Judie Chesson was a long time Carpinterian. She was well known in the community for her spunky, opinionated, fun loving, no crap-taking, larger than life personality. Judie moved to Carpinteria in 1960 from Summerland, California with her mother Gladys and stepfather Don Moodhard, who was a member of the Carpinteria Planning Commission. The move to Carpinteria came after the family was paid $11,000 by the state of California to appropriate a portion of the family’s backyard for the Highway 101 freeway. Judie was an avid writer. In her earlier years, she was a contributing editor for the Santa Barbara News-Press. A few of her more notable articles include, “Zaca Lake History and Mystery” (1979) and “The dangers of alcohol being taught too early” (1980). Judie was a longtime fan of the Coastal View News and was known to take to the local paper to voice her opinions in the Letters to the Editor section. We will miss that about you grama! She was never afraid to call a spade a spade or

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send a halo or pitchfork to a local when she saw fit. When Judie was not busy raising her four daughters and two grandchildren, and caring for her elderly mother, she enjoyed taking creative writing classes at Santa Barbara City College. Every summer, Judie would attend the Santa Barbara Writers Conference at The Miramar Hotel in Montecito. Writing and books were her true passion. She left us her life story that she could never finish because she was always busy taking care of everyone else. She truly was an amazCarlye Hummel-Strever ing woman, beyond words. Judie worked as a cocktail waitress 12/7/1962 – 2/21/2021 at The Palms. She was a dental assistant Carlye Hummel-Strever went to sleep for Dr. Kusky, and she eventually retired in Jesus with her husband Danny close from the Carpinteria Unified School Dis- beside. trict in 2003. Judie always said working After having been diagnosed with kept her young so it’s no wonder she did terminal brain cancer on Valentine’s not stay retired for long. During her brief Day 2020, her Christ-like character was retirement, she did some traveling, took clearly seen and felt by all throughout up a few hobbies, researched her family the following year. history – a journey that took her to the ou may read about her in uence in Mormon libraries in Utah. the tribute section of her website: Last After growing bored of retirement Generation for Christ.org. (even with a part time job at the Sunset Working for many years in the front Grill), she sought a job as courtesy clerk office of pediatric dentist Dr. eorge Lyat Albertson’s when it opened in Carpin- man, she calmly and cheerfully greeted teria. She thought it was fun to socialize every child. at Albertsons three days a week and get She was a gifted gardener, artist, mupaid for it. In 2019, she fell and broke her sician, writer/editor, linguist, theologian hip and was no longer able to work. and wife extraordinaire. Sometime in the early 90s, a city code Carlye was a born again Seventh-Day enforcer tried to get her to build a carport. Adventist Christian whose hope is in the Judie refused, saying it would “lower second coming of Jesus. 1 Thess. 4: 16,17. the value of her property.” Instead, she She is survived by her husband Danny, decided to run for City Council. She sent mother Romilda (Dave) Davis, sister Lisa, her grandkids J.J. and Jenna door-to-door niece Zoelle, nephew Blue, brother-in-law on their roller blades to pass out iers she Doug (Claudia) Strever, niece Sarah (Brady) made saying, “VOTE FOR JUDIE.” She and great-nephews Noah and Zane. didn’t win but she didn’t have to build a She loved certain colors and if you carport either. have apparel with violet, purple or lavJudie had friends of all ages and all ender please wear it in honor of Carlye. walks of life. She was a loyal friend and Services will be held on the wedding a great listener, often a mentor offering anniversary of Carlye and Danny, Satursound, sage advice to her peers and day, MayNews 15, at 2• Carpinteria, p.m., at the Seventh-Day Coastal View California younger co-workers. Judie’s true loves Adventist Church, 425 Arroyo Road, in life were her fur babies. She adopted/ Santa Barbara, California. Arescued reader sends halo to Ryan Moore for bringing dirt back to Carpinteria. manya animals in her lifetime, all of who were her babies. The last two, ARags reader a halo eryone who andsends T-Bow, missto herev dearly and willsupported the Playa Del Sur 4-H this year. The members forward to another successful year. spend the restare of looking their days well-taken care of by Judie’s daughter Jill. Judie Aworried reader sends halo to V alerie the last new volunteer at the riends of the ibrary about aher doggies until her Bookstore, for cleaning and reorganizing the self-help section. breath.

Areader readersends sendsaaahalo halo to to Mike cean Bree e Intl.residents. for donating to for inderkirk. A reader sends halo to Nikki all theat beach community “Thank you parking A at AT ulinary. went to my fiowers rst class this weekin front of your home with your permit.” end with my sister, who has been to four so far. I had the best time! Someone get this A reader sends be a pitchfork people who smoke in public places in Carpingirl a T show she should on the ood Network already. teria. they don’t read theat noCarpinteria smoking signs, andLodge they throw their A reader sends a “Clearly halo to Diana, a caregiver Senior for nearly cigarette into the gutterDepartment or onto the sidewalk.” three years. A reader sends a halobutts to the California of Fish and Wildlife and the local v et for working diligently to save the Rincon Beach bear. “It’s a terrible shame Submit Halos & Tom Pitchforks reader sendscent a halo to Sweeneyat forcoastalview.com goingwant out on Avenue to lose one ofAthese magnifi creatures however wouldn’t it toElm suffer to a by the beach to clean up plastic bottles, bags, dirty gloves and masks. miserable death.”

Judie was preceded in death by her stepfather, and Gladys Amother reader and sends a halo toDon Desiree the new masseuse at The ym Next oor. She Moodhard; daughter, Janeit, Flemming; could have coasted through but she worked really hard to relieve my back pain. I and her two brothers, Mike massage.” and Jack never experienced such a great Moodhard. Judiesends is survived her three daughA reader a halo by to whoev er left a sign telling people to pick up their dog-waste ters,and Janine Hashek,them Jill on Hashek bags stop leaving Casitasand Pass Road. Jan Chesson; her seven grandchildren, Justin Keeler A and Jenna Keeler-Collins, reader sends a pitchfork to whoev er has been leav ing bags of dog Ranay Cook, Cassie Andrew wastePrendergast, on the ground along Casitas Pass Road. “Y es, it’s frustrating that Cook, Erin Martin and cans Scottare Flemming; the trash gone, but is that really your best way of handling Terry Warden her sister-in-law, Moodhard; and theMickey situation? ” niece and nephew, Sherea and Tron. Judie 2/23/1946 – 5/5/2021 had 10 greatAgrandchildren, Riley, reader sends aDylan, pitchfork to the person who hit the reader’shusband, pickup Terry Warden, beloved Kyle, Frank, Phoenix, Bruce, Ella,house Natalie, in front of the reader’s and didn’t stop. you,on and I hope brother and“Shame father,on died May 5 in Madison and Remington Rose. you have karma insurance.” Carpinteria, California from complicaIn lieu of owers, donations can be tions associated with Parkinson’s disease. made the aSanta Barbara A readertosends pitchfork to theHumane bicycle ev ents oad.at his urposely His on wifeoothill Robin was side. hostSociety SBhumane.givecloud.com in is irresponsible. ing huge at rides that take up the whole road There countless bike Terry excelled at are many things. He Judie’s lanes thathonor. were put in with our tax dollars towas avoid this problem.” a brick layer, a carpenter, a chef, an auctioneer and an antiques dealer. But A reader sends a pitchfork to the lifeguards braiding hair swimmers in the the career hewhile was most proudare of was his pool. “N ot professional!” ADVERTISEMENT time as a DJ. He entertained thousands in England, Spain and Germany with his St. Jude A reader a pitchfork toMartyr, the employees of the and newer businesses on the Carpinmusic easy banter. Terry loved music Oh Holysends St. Jude, apostle and great teria Bluffs. earn to share near the bike walking path with locals There will four in virtue and rich in Miracles, kinsman and listening to his favorite tunesbe brought Jesus Christ, faithfultogether special patron in a single to of five of you walking and not willinscoot overdays. just a tad to let him one solace his final time of need, to you do”I have recourse from a local pass through? After his family and music, Terry the depth of my heart and humbly beg you most loved his home team, Leicester City to whom God has given such great powers, A reader pitchfork to theme L inden “AllClub, the mushrooms Football and one of growing his most there joyous to comesends to mya assistance. Help in myplanters. indicate much water. ice weed farm.” occasions was in 2016, when against presenttoo urgent petition. In N return I promise to make your name known and cause you all odds, they won the English Premier to be invoked. for us to all awho invoke owner for parking his vehicle in the spots A reader sends aPray pitchfork restaurant League title. your aid. Amen right Say out front of his establishment. “Shouldn’t he leavewill those spotsinavailable Terry be parking laid to rest his birththree Our Fathers, three Hail Marys, forthree his paying place, England. A memorial celebration Glorias. customers? ” This Novena must be said for 9 consecof his life will be held on May 15 at the utive days. This Novena has been A reader sends a pitchfork to never the City of Carpinteria forArts letting the bluffs turnp.m. into Carpinteria Center from 2-6 to fail. anknown ever-increasing dirt parking lot. That is notLoved, what the bluffs were purchased missed and never forgotten. for. Post N o Parking signs immediately!”

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Increasing resiliency, coping strategies and self-care BY SUZANNE GRIMMESEY, MFT, SANTA BARBARA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF BEHAVIORAL WELLNESS

The past year has presented many different challenges that have tested our strength and resiliency. The global Covid-19 pandemic required coping with situations we never could have imagined and as a result, has caused an increase in struggles with personal wellbeing for many people. We are fortunate that there are lots of resources available in Santa Barbara County, and many things we can do ourselves, to strengthen our emotional wellness. The themes for this year ’s Mental Health Awareness Month could not be a better fit: Tools 2 Thrive and Hope for Change. These themes focus on providing practical tools that everyone can use to improve their mental health and increase their resiliency regardless of their personal situation. Now, more than ever, we need to combat the stigma around mental health concerns. That’s why this year for the month of May, Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness will be promoting mental health awareness as well as what we can do throughout our daily lives to prioritize our personal emotional health, build resiliency and continue to cope with the challenges of the pandemic, as well as others. Listed below are practical tools that everyone can use to improve their emotional wellness and increase resiliency, regardless of the situations they are dealing with:

“It is a time to honor the service and sacrifices of law enforcement. Unlike most of us, they put their lives on the line every minute of the day.”

––Diana Thorn

Now, more than ever, Highway landscaping I understand where Mrs. Treloar is we need to combat the coming from in her letter to the editor stigma around mental regarding water issues and the new landscaping along Highway 101 (CVN health concerns. Letters, May 6, 2021), but I don’t agree. • Focus on the things you can control • Stay connected with others and reach out for support when needed. • Get outdoors, enjoy nature, walk your dog, exercise • Sleep and eat well Take time for yourself and find ways to relax Throughout the month of May, Behavioral Wellness will be offering a weekly 10-minute guided Headspace meditation space on Zoom which will take place every Wednesday in May at 12:30 p.m. The public is welcome. Ten-minute sessions will take place on May 5, 12, 19 and 26. esearch has shown that meditation, even in small quantities, has many powerful positive effects on our mental health. For the Zoom link to the Headspace meditations and to learn more about the county’s Behavioral Wellness program, visit countyofsb.org/behavioral-wellness. For assistance with accessing services, call the 24/7 toll free Crisis esponse and Services Access Line at (888) 868-1649.

We, along with Montecito, live in a very unique and picturesque area. We’ve watched and talked with the landscape contractors. Everything is on timed drip irrigation. I would much prefer to see the beautiful and tasteful plants and trees then to see a sea of cement like all our neighbors to the north and south. We are so lucky that Caltrans has done a marvelous job.

Ray Seider Carpinteria

Honoring police

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace fficers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, National Police Week. This week is one such week. It is a time to honor the service and sacrifices of law enforcement. Unlike most of us, they put their lives on the line every minute of the day. And in today’s turbulent, lawless world, that is asking a lot. Simply put,

the police are the last defense against criminal activity. During this week, my husband and I would like to thank all law enforcement officers for all they do to protect us, with the realization that the vast number of cops and sheriffs are good and honorable.

Diana Thorn Carpinteria

Cleaning up Summerland

I would like to give a huge shout out to the Carpinteria-Summerland Fire Department for their generous help in Summerland with removing dead landscaping annually by providing MarBorg roll off dumpsters at our disposal free of charge. Every year around this time, our fire department deploys three large roll-offs throughout our community for our use. Not only does it lesson the chances for fires in town but it beautifies our community. In particular I want to thank Greg Fish, our fire chief, ob appaport who organizes the dumpsters, and also Noah Tunney, our Summerland fire captain and his crew who keep us safe everyday. You are our heroes.

Dave Novis Summerland

CITY BEAT City extends outdoor business permit program

BY EVELYN SPENCE

The Carpinteria City Council voted to extend the temporary Covid-19 outdoor business permit program through the end of the calendar year. The decision was made at the council’s regular meeting on May 10. The program allows businesses to use city right-of-way and private outdoor areas – such as parking lots and drive aisles – for outdoor activities or dining. It was initially adopted by the council on May 21, 2020. “We believe there may be significant uncertainty in the public with regard to patronizing businesses safely, in particular, businesses that might be crowded indoors like a restaurant. And, that could continue to impact the economic viability of local businesses here in Carpinteria,” city manager Dave Dur inger said. The program was previously set to end 30 days after California enters stage four of its reopening plan, or until the council voted to eliminate it. A total of 28 permits have been issued to date, according to Dur inger. ineteen of those permits are on private property, such as parking lots or open fields, while nine permits are for public street areas. Within those 28, seven permits were issued to churches; 14 to eateries, such as restaurants, bars or wineries; and the remaining seven permits were issued to personal service businesses, such as gyms and barbershops. According to documents submitted during the meeting, the Sheriff’s ffice

confirmed that there haven’t been any law enforcement calls “in relation to the permitted activities,” including alcohol license compliance issues. Dur inger confirmed that there has been one complaint made to the city between two neighboring business owners. “Concerns were expressed by the neighboring business owners about parking impacts, vehicular access obstruction, noise and impacts on restroom facilities,” documents read. Councilmember Gregg Carty asked city staff if it would be possible to make the program permanent, or even seasonal Dur inger said that there has been previous interest in having permanent “parklets,” which are seating areas or expanded sidewalk areas in what had previously been parking areas.

May 16–22 is National Public Works Week

The council designated the week of May 16 through May 22 as National Public Works week in Carpinteria, an annual celebration that was first established in the 1960s. The week acknowledges those who work in infrastructure, facilities and services that are “of vital importance of sustainable and resilient communities, and support the health, safety and quality of life across North America,” according to documents submitted during the meeting. City works director John Ilasin announced that this year’s theme is “stron-

ger together,” a nod to the troubles faced during the Covid-19 pandemic. “I just want to thank all public works employees, and everyone out there for all they do. A lot of people may not realize everything that they do for the community, and I can’t thank them enough,” Councilmember oy Lee said.

Vandalism at Linden and Carpinteria avenues

Lt. Butch Arnoldi said that the city of Ventura has reported similar acts of vandalism as the tags that were vandalized over the John Wullbrandt mural two weeks ago. “It appears quite imminent that it was a person moving through the area, going southbound, doing that graffiti,” Arnoldi said. Arnold said the sheriff ’s office is working with the city of Ventura police department on the case.

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LET’S TALK TEK M I C H A E L AV E R Y I am on the plane returning from an “almost-post-pandemic” visit with my family in Washington State. The primary purpose was to visit with my father who is 91 and lives alone in the house he built for my late mother 30 years ago. I am sharing this because it has to do with how I spent my time and how I spend much of my time when I visit my dad, in person or remotely – focusing on technology and how to help him navigate the digital world we live in today. I am Tek Support. Before I get into the technology discussion let me tell you about my dad, Larry Avery. Dad was a true Pacific orthwest guy. He loved the outdoors and loved to camp, hunt and fish. After he retired, he built another house and explored in a series of RVs. He was a Millwright, and in 1956, he was on the team that built the Weyerhaeuser Pulp Mill he retired from in Cosmopolis, Washington. Cosmopolis is a quaint little logging town of 1,300 in Grays Harbor County. Dad was a boy scout leader, a member of the local Lions Club and a very energetic and resourceful guy. I remember him coming home one day after work, and my brothers – I have four – and I were attempting to pole vault in the front yard and not doing well. He walked up and said, let me give it a try. He was still in his work clothes that included heavy steel toe work boots. eedless to

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say, he sailed over the bar at 8 ft with ease. Fast forward to today and he cannot figure out how to use the entertainment system in his living room. I want to talk about technology that will allow our aging population to use today’s technology without a high level of frustration or angst. This can be particularly challenging, what with each new feature, iteration or enhanced service, with every device, service or software’s end of life or revision. The rules keep changing. As analog follows the path of the dinosaur, it is important to ease the transition for our friends and family that are aging and find all this tech stuff to be ust too difficult to grasp, let alone use efficiently and properly. What I did for Dad was to give him technology additions or upgrades that made it easier for him to live in his home, and easier for us to discretely monitor his activity to ensure his safety. The systems that were the focus of my visit were: • Entertainment Center – TV, Sound, BluRay Player, Set Top Box, Game Console, Universal Remote • Video Doorbell • Interior Video Cameras • Personal Assistant The first thing I tackled was the video doorbell. I was replacing an old analog intercom station that was connected to the telephone wiring of the home when it was built. I chose to install a Ring Video Doorbell 2. The nice thing about these units is that they can use the old wire and connect via WiFi to your Smartphone (next on my list of upgrades for Dad) or in Dad’s case to the Echo Show sitting on the table next to his recliner. ow he can answer the door without getting up and if he had a compatible smart electronic lock, he could even unlock the door. The next thing to attend to was the

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Monday, May 3

0824 hrs / Dutch Court Order / Knapp Drive

eporting party wanted a etherlands court order enforced in California. She wanted the Sheriff’s Department to make her husband pay their storage fee in San Francisco.

1415 hrs / Vandalism / 1500 block S. Jameson Lane

Suspect became upset because another employee of a local hotel parked too close to his motorcycle. He broke the rearview mirror off the vehicle and drove away. The incident was captured on video surveillance. Follow up to be conducted.

1512 hrs / Lost Item / 1500 block Linden Avenue

A backpack purse was found and booked for safekeeping.

I want to talk about technology that will allow our aging population to use today’s technology without a high level of frustration or angst. This can be particularly challenging, what with each new feature, iteration or enhanced service, with every device, service or software’s end of life or revision. interior cameras and determining where to put them so they were not intrusive but viewed common areas and entrance and exit points. The cameras also appear on a smartphone app or the Echo Show. A nice feature is that you can turn motion detection on so when someone walks in front of the camera you can be notified. I am notified when he hits the kitchen for his morning cup of coffee. ext on the list was the entertainment center and upgrading to a new 65” Samsung smart TV, new soundbar with wireless subwoofer, new digital set top box so he can get the Peacock network and watch “Yellowstone” and a Logitech Harmony remote. The final item was the Ama on cho Show 8 which is an 8” touchscreen personal assistant that utili es the Alexa voice app. The primary reason for this device was for answering the door and to get Dad introduced to Alexa. The plan is to have family video calls, use Alexa Care, Alexa Guard and to allow him to listen to his favorite playlist. I will continue my research for other apps that will allow Dad to age in place for as long as he can, without compromising safety. The bottom line is that there is a lot of great technology to choose from today. It

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1541 hrs / Child Endangerment and Public Intoxication / 300 block of Linden Avenue

Deputies were dispatched to a park on a report of an intoxicated man passed out, while his young son was running around the park unsupervised. Deputies contacted several reporting parties at the park, who called to report their concerns. Deputies located the man, who was unresponsive. Firefighters and medics were called, but later cancelled because the father woke up. The man was extremely intoxicated and uncooperative with deputies. He would not provide a name and phone number for the mother of the child. CWS was contacted and a report was filed. The child’s grandmother arrived at the Carpinteria Police Station and picked up the child. The man was booked at the County Jail for child endangerment and public intoxication.

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COASTAL BUREAU OPERATIONS • MAY 2 – 8, 2021 2252 hrs / Drug Charges / Carpinteria Avenue and 7th Street

A man was contacted and admitted to having syringes and meth. He had one used syringe, one syringe loaded with methamphetamine, and a small baggie of methamphetamine. The subject was issued a citation and released.

0203 hrs / DUI / Hwy 101 South at Carpinteria Avenue off-ramp

A driver was observed speeding and was pulled over. Upon initial contact, deputies observed a strong odor of alcohol coming from the driver. CHP arrived, conducted field sobriety tests, and arrested the driver on DUI charges.

0303 hrs / Citation / Bailard Avenue

A man who was sleeping in his vehicle was contacted while parked in the closed parking lot. During the investigation deputies discovered he had open container of marijuana in his pocket. A search of the car revealed a Dextroamphetamine pill inside a baggie he was not prescribed and a vape containing a THC cartridge. The man was issued a citation and released.

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1430 hrs / Public Intoxication / Santa Claus Lane

Deputies were dispatched to a report

of a man harassing people and drinking vodka at the bus stop. Deputies arrived on scene and discovered the man who was lying in the middle of the street. The man was eventually arrested for public intoxication. It was later discovered that the man also had a felony warrant out of Ohio.

2123 hrs / Drug Possession and Child Endangerment / Carpinteria State Beach campgrounds

A mass response was summoned to Carpinteria State Beach campgrounds to assist rangers with the search for a missing 3-year-old child. After about an hour, the child was located inside the mother’s vehicle. Rangers arrested the child’s father for possession of dangerous drugs and child endangerment, and cited and released the mother for the same charges. The child was transported to Cottage Hospital for evaluation and cleared with a clean bill of health. Child Protective Services was contacted and will be investigating. The rangers will handle the criminal case.

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1138 hrs / Shoplifting / 1100 block Casitas Pass Road

Deputies responded to AM/PM for a theft in progress. The suspect was con-

is always important to choose your technology wisely. I invite you to consider the benefits of peace of mind, timely personal emergency response and simply staying connected. All that said, I encourage you to consider that we are not living in a world that many of the elderly population are used to or understand when it comes to technology. They may not love technology but with technology we can express our love for them in ways never before available. If you have a question about technology, please reach out to me at michael@ michaeltalkstek.com or give me a call at (808) 684-3414. I love talking tek. Michael Avery brings decades of experience to his projects and his clients. He has served as an owner, partner, principal and employee of some of the most progressive companies in the electronic systems market sector. Additionally, he has provided professional consulting services to a multitude of leading companies in the industry, just a few of which include Panasonic Technologies, CEDIA, AMX, Microsoft, GE Industrial, CompUSA and Paradise Theater. Today he is here in Carpinteria and serves as technical director for the Alcazar Theatre.

tacted in front of UPS. He was released on a citation for shoplifting.

1841 hrs / Threatening to Shoot / 6100 block Via Real

A debt relief company reported one of their clients became angry and threatened to shoot people with a shotgun. The client was contacted and said the statement was made out of anger, and that he did not own a shotgun.

2213 hrs / Felony and Misdemeanor Warrants / Finney Street

A Ventura resident was contacted as a passenger in a vehicle parked in the area. A records check showed he had two felony and one misdemeanor warrants for his arrest. He was booked into the county jail.

Thursday, May 6

0820 hrs / Mail Theft / Pomar Lane

Reporting party called to report that an unknown suspect had stolen mail from his mailbox at 0357 hours. It was captured on his Ring Doorbell.

1340 hrs / Narcotics / Carpinteria Avenue

Two men sitting in their vehicle in a motel parking lot were contacted by deputies. A pipe and burnt foil were seen in plain view on the lap of the passenger and on the driver’s seat belt. A probable cause search yielded several pipes for smoking methamphetamine and several pieces of burnt foil with heroin residue was found. Also found in the car were 24 oxycodone pills, several grams of methamphetamine and a white powdery substance resembling fentanyl. Both subjects were cited and released at the scene.

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Support for families facing “worst day” struggles BY TERESA ALVAREZ

What was your most difficult day as a parent? Perhaps it was explaining the death or illness of a loved one. Not having enough to eat or anxiety about employment. Dealing with children’s big feelings of disappointment, loss or anger. Feeling like there’s never a break. Doing the same repetitive tasks over and over and waking up to do them again. Parents in Carpinteria have been facing “worst day” struggles every day throughout the pandemic. They are coping with these added stressors without many of the people or systems that typically offer relief. Outside stress can quickly become family stress. Unaddressed needs and stress contribute to abuse and neglect. It’s hard to be your best parent when you are in survival mode. It’s difficult to be consistent and creative with behavior issues. Talking to someone else can help. Parenting can be lonely in the best of times. Carpinteria Children’s Project is here. Starting with a listening ear and moving towards personalized goals set with a coach, families get both immediate support and connections to more resources. Family Resource Center coaches are available for walk-in appointments Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 4 p.m. By calling (805) 566-1600, parents, grandparents and caregivers can also make a confidential appointment to speak with a family coach. These Family Resource Center coaches can help parents and caregivers broaden their skills, brainstorm solutions to behavior concerns, or make referrals for basic needs or emotional and physical health concerns. Like with athletes, coaches are here to guide individuals on the parenting ourney, offering encouragement and strategies for success and coordinating access to needed assistance. Coaches will set goals, encourage parents, and follow up as needed. Like an athlete, parents take these resources and put them into practice to grow towards the type of parent they want to be. Children’s Project coaches are here to support, but parents lead the way. Throughout the pandemic, Carpinteria Children’s Project has been working to meet the needs of families. This includes regular food distributions, specialized deliveries of groceries and medicine for families with Covid-19 or quarantining, and

“Unaddressed needs and stress contribute to abuse and neglect. t s hard to be your best parent when you are in survival mode.”

operating a warm phone line for families in crisis. The Children’s Project continues to receive referrals from Carpinteria Unified School District educators and the Public Health Clinic. Families enrolled in our preschool are invited to participate in classes and activities to strengthen parenting skills. Whether parents come from another agency or self-refer, they can count on safe, confidential, bilingual support. Carpinteria Children’s Project serves as a connector to many other agencies, such as CALM and Family Service Agency. Outside of basic needs, the main concern reported by parents is anxiety and stress. Recent referrals have included families needing family therapy, addressing domestic violence concerns, and therapy for couples. Mental health is a critical component of overall wellness, yet positive mental health practices are often the first to be dropped in times of immediate or sustained crisis. Many parents are calling to express experiencing heightened anxiety. You’re not alone. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by parenting or are struggling to make ends meet, please call Carpinteria Children’s Project. CCP is ready to connect you with scholarships for high quality early childhood education, food, clothing and referrals and assistance completing applications for housing, employment and mental health assistance. You are a critical part of our commitment to successful children, healthy families and a strong community. Teresa Alvarez is the interim executive director of the Carpinteria Children’s Project. To learn more or to find a supportive program for you or your family, contact CCP’s family liaison ngelica rnelas at aornelas carp children.org.

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What’s new at the harbor seal rookery?

The pandemic has reduced the number of volunteers at the overlook. Sealwatch reminds visitors to protect others by wearing a mask, staying distanced and limiting time at the viewing area when it is crowded. This report covers May 3 - 9.

High Adult Count

Sealwatch volunteer Susan Allen.

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Pup Count

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Some pups are still nursing, but as most are now quite large all are included in the adult count.

Natural History Notes

Harbor seals have short fore ippers, and they cannot rotate their hind ippers underneath like sea lions. As a result, they cannot climb or move rapidly on land. When you see a harbor seal high on a rock, it’s because of a receding tide. Volunteers have seen pups trapped among rocks during receding tides. Recently, a seal has used a kelp holdfast as a pillow – it can raise its head just high enough.

Visitors

Tripadvisor lists the Carpinteria Harbor Seal Preserve and Rookery as No. 2 of “best things to do” in Carpinteria. (No. 1 is the State Park.) No wonder volunteers are kept busy!

Info

The Carpinteria harbor seal rookery is located immediately east of Casitas Pier, between the Carpinteria Bluffs ature Preserve and Carpinteria State Beach. Please remember not to bring dogs, bicycles or loud voices to view the seals. Harbor seals, when disturbed, may ee and become separated from their pups. Volunteers ask that dogs remain outside the rope area at all times. Volunteers needed. Call (805) 684-2247 or email carpsealwatch gmail.com. To find out more, visit carpinteriasealwatch.org.


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Celebrating the class of 2021 PHOTOS BY ROBIN KARLSSON

Despite the challenges brought on by the pandemic, the seniors that make up Carpinteria High School’s class of 2021 have persevered and made the most of an unconventional senior year. In this ongoing series, we hear from some of this year’s graduates-to-be about what’s next for them, their favorite memories from the past four years, and what they’re looking forward to most as they embark on new journeys and chase their dreams.

ESA VEGA What’s next: Track & Field at SBCC

Favorite high school memory: Weight training with Mr. Monarnes. Looking forward to: Getting a car.

GABRIELLA GRAHAM What’s next: Majoring in biochemistry at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Favorite high school memory: Playing basketball. Looking forward to: Beginning a new chapter in life and making new friends.

ISA ALARCON What’s next: Studying

political science at Chapman University.

Favorite high school memory: MORP, rallies,

cheer, football halftimes, track meets

Looking forward to:

Starting the next chapter and quality time with family and friends before my fall semester.

GABBIE SMITH What’s next: Westmont College

Favorite high school memory:

Getting food after tennis.

Looking forward to: Having new

classmates.

JASON MINTEER II What’s next: Going to college and discovering my passions.

Favorite high school memory:

Memories of teachers and the friends I made.

Looking forward to: Traveling in search of the perfect wave.

IVAN ESPINOSA What’s next: SBCC or WYO Tech

Favorite high school memory: Sports and FFA Looking forward to:

Becoming “someone” in life so I can help my family and friends.


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The California Department of Education and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) are partnering to offer 12 California schools antigen testing for students and staff at school sites. The Abbott BinaxNOW is a rapid antigen test designed to detect the Covid-19 virus, with results available in 15-30 minutes. The sample will be collected by students by inserting a soft swab half an inch inside the nose and slowly rotating the swab for 15 seconds before repeating on the second nostril. Most people describe a ticklish sensation or feeling the need to sneeze. The results of this test can help keep the school community healthy, along with mask wearing, social distancing and frequent handwashing. The antigen test is not as sensitive as PCR testing, which need to be run in a specialized laboratory and take 24-48 hours for results. Although the rapid antigen test was originally designed to test symptomatic people, it is a good tool for screening individuals without illness, particularly because of the quick turnaround time and lower costs. CDPH requires testing of athletes.

Student vaccinations

Santa Barbara County Public Health is urging all students ages 16 and older to go get vaccinated. My Turn, at myturn. ca.gov, offers transportation to vaccination clinics. Emergency authorization for 12 to 15-year-old students is expected by the end of May, early June. We are working with Santa Barbara County Public Health to arrange for a mobile vaccination clinic at Carpinteria High School on the weekends.

Promotion and graduation ceremonies

Principals are working with their staff and parent groups to plan ceremonies that celebrate students while following the CDPH Outdoor Events Guidance. Attendance is limited, seats are assigned, and masks and six feet social distancing are required.

We are interviewing for the following replacements and additional grant positions. For our elementary schools, we are interviewing for the positions of fourth and fifth grade teachers reading intervention specialists special education teachers a library-media tech speech and language pathology assistant nglish language learner instructional assistants and special education instructional assistants. For our secondary schools, we are interviewing for teaching positions for social studies music and theater Spanish special education and nglish language learning. We are also seeking a library-media tech special education instructional assistants nglish-language learner instructional assistants, and a reading intervention specialist. We are also interviewing for the district-wide positions of bus driver, nurses, staff accountant and bond pro ect construction manager.

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The following items need to be installed before the Carpinteria High School ym Pro ect is completed and certified: locker benches, glass backboards, batting cage netting, wall pads, washer and dryer and office furniture. The Measure U Team will attend the Santa Barbara County Planning Commission on Wednesday, May 12, to discuss the required Coastal Development Permit for the Summerland building pro ect. Bids for the Main Painting pro ect will be open on Thursday, May 6. During this pro ect this summer, programs will relocate to the Canalino campus. Construction bids have been received for the CHS Administration building and the selected contractor will be presented to the CUSD Board on May 25. The sale notice for the Whitney property, located at 201 Temple St., will be published in the Coastal View News on May 6, 13 and 20.

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Friday, May 7 was School Lunch Hero Day, which honors the contributions of our nutrition workers. We appreciate Chef Michelle Hernandez and her school lunch team for their delicious lunches. Diana Rigby is the current superintendent of arpinteria Unified chool istrict. he is focused on improving teaching and learning for all U students and welcomes parent and community input and feedback. or more information about U , log on to cusd.net, or contact iana at drigby cusd.net or .

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Carpinteria resident Patricia Oreña will portray Saint Barbara, the city’s patron saint, in this year’s Old Spanish Days Fiesta. Oreña was selected by Reina del Mar Parlor No. 126 of the Native Daughters of the Golden West, who each year has selected a member for the honor since 1926. The parlor was founded in April 1901, 120 years ago. A retired bilingual elementary school teacher, Oreña was born in Santa Barbara and now lives in Carpinteria. She attended Wilson Elementary School, La Cumbre Junior High School and Santa Barbara High School.ighHi H She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from UCSB and a Bilingual Credential from the University of California Teaching Credential Program. The daughter of Thomas Charles Oreña and Jennie Rangel Colome, Oreña is descended from several local families who date from the Spanish colonial period of early California and the Royal Presidio, including the Cordero, Rangel, Cruz, Lugo, Peña and Calderon families. She is related to the Oreña and De la Guerra lineage as well. On her paternal side, she represents at least six generations in Santa Barbara. Oreña has been a member of Reina del Mar Parlor for five years and has served as an officer. She is currently the first vice

president. Her mother was a member of Tierra de Oro Parlor No. 304. Oreña has participated in many of Reina del Mar’s fundraising events, and in 2020, she organized and designed a Covid mask for purchase by members. She is a liaison to Mission Santa Barbara and to Old Spanish Days for the parlor. She also serves as Wedding and Baptism Coordinator for St. Barbara Parish at the Old Mission. “This is a very special honor to represent St. Barbara for 2021,” said Oreña. “I am looking forward to representing Reina del Mar Parlor No. 126 and the community of Santa Barbara in this capacity.” For Fiesta events, Oreña will be dressed in the saint’s traditional white gown and scarlet cape and will wear a golden crown. She will carry the martyr’s palm frond and a golden chalice. For social events, she will wear an ivory Spanish-style oor-length dress and a mantilla. The Santa Barbara Channel was named for Saint Barbara during the Viscaino expedition in late 1602. In the 18th century, the royal Spanish presidio fortress (1782) and Mission Santa Barbara (1786) were named in her honor. The saint is the patroness of protection from lightning and calamity, and is revered by artillerymen, mariners and architects.

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Celebrating moms at the idyllic Bluffs Nature Preserve PHOTOS BY ROBIN KARLSSON

Although the weekend remained mostly cloudy, Sunday saw more than two dozen Carpinterians enjoying a scenic treat at the annual Mother’s Day hike on the Carpinteria Bluffs Nature Preserve. Led by the Land Trust for Santa Barbara County, two groups of participants – both families and individuals – learned about native flora and fauna along the city’s idyllic open space overlooking the ocean. Land Trust stewards also noted the history of the Bluffs Preserve, purchased by Citizens for the Carpinteria Bluffs and donated to the city to remain undeveloped and protected forever.

Participants split into two groups with Ann Lippincott leading one of the groups walking towards the ocean.

The Cirinna family, who just moved to Carpinteria from Burbank, get to know their new topography while viewing a model of the area. A honeybee sits on a Deerweed bloom, a plant typically found in dry areas of California, Arizona and Mexico.

Carolyn Chandler references “A Field Guide to Common Plants of the Santa Barbara Foothills and Southern California” by Hugh Margerum and Carpinteria photographer David Powdrell.

Ann Lippincott (left), who serves on the Land Trust Council of Advisors and is a coordinator for the Land Trust Treks, and Carolyn Chandler, who is on the Land Trust Board of Trustees, talk with Mother’s Day hike participants.

Hal Weil samples a bloom from a lemonade berry shrub.


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Artists Jayne Burton and Cathy Winton, members of the Carpinteria Arts Center Scholarship Program, will hold an exhibition at ooker’s estaurant. The restaurant, located at 5405 Carpinteria Ave., will feature plein air paintings of the Carpinteria Salt Marsh, the bluffs and other famed Carpinteria landscape between May 11 and July 11. Burton has been painting since she was five years old and is known for her colorful acrylics. Winton focuses on impressionistic landscape paintings and has been inspired by the French Fauvists. She is also a muralist and decorative painter. Proceeds from the exhibition will benefit the Carpinteria Arts Center Scholarship Program.

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The Lushei Family Poetry awards will be held this Saturday, May 16 at 5 p.m. on oom. The event will feature poems and poetry read by the three udges: iti White, aby dwards and Anna Fortner. Cash pri es will be awarded to the winners from the child, teen and adult contests. Those who received honorable mentions will be given a book written by author and artist Jeanette Fantone. egistration for the event is not required and the oom link for the event can be found at carpinteriaartscenter.org.

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Baby Boden was born on April 1, 2021 at 12:11 a.m. at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital. He weighed 6 pounds 12.3 ounces and measured 20 inches long. He oins his very excited big brother, Cannon, and parents, ose Deacon Brown and acey Brown. Baby Boden’s maternal grandparents are Leigh and Terry Sparks of Carpinteria, and Dennis Deacon of Sugar Land, Texas. His maternal grandparents are obin and aren Brown of Paso obles, California. Boden is a seventh generation Carpinterian. His great-grandpa Ben amin Sutton settled in the Carpinteria alley in the 1860s.

Jeff Linfoot and Tod Mat of Carpinteria, with James Smith of Santa Barbara, en Smith of Paso obles and Steve rah of ncinitas, en oyed a week of fishing in Los Barriles Ba a Mexico the last week of April. “We brought along copies of Coastal iew ews for good luck and were rewarded with great weather and a good catch,” said Mat . “And yes, after negative Covid tests, we were allowed back into the U.S.”

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The Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center will hold a free, virtual art class on Saturday, May 15 between 2 4 p.m. The class will feature “Blot Printing in Abstract Paintings” with local artist Laura Denny, and will be held over oom. Attendees will focus on Andy Warhol’s blot printing technique. The class is recommended for ages 12 and up. Attendees will need at least three colors of liquid acrylic paint, plus the color black, along with deli or tracing paper, brushes, black and white paint, painter’s tape and canvas. egistration for the event is required and can be found at carpinteriaartscenter.org.

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2 tablespoons red onion (chopped fine) 5 teaspoons red wine vinegar Pinch of sugar Pinch of salt and freshly ground pepper 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 small head of broccoli ( orets only chopped) 1 clove garlic (minced) 4 tablespoons Vegenaise (or mayonnaise) 1½ teaspoons Sriracha sauce 1 baguette 3 deli slices sharp cheddar cheese (cut in half for 6 slices)

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1957 CARPINTERIA HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOK: Lucy Mendez Diaz dis plays the trophy wh ile Phil Schuyler is warmly congratulated by Yol anda Salvestrin Simon. Lu cy and Yolanda were Russell Cup princesses, electe d by their peers to award trophies to event win ners. This was the onl y role that girls had in Ru ssell Cup until 1960, when they were finally allo wed to compete.

THURSDAY Over 100 years and still running Editor’s note: This wonderful compilation of Russell Cup history was originally published in Carpinteria Magazine in 2019. In celebration of last weekend’s victory by Carpinteria Warriors at the 101st Russell Cup, we proudly present these highlights of the meet’s storied past. The Russell Cup Track and Field Meet is California’s oldest high school track meet and counts five future Olympians among the thousands of athletes to run, jump and throw through its history. Rooted in a turn-of-the-century Carpinteria tradition to hold footraces and a picnic at the end of the school year, the Russell Cup Meet earned its name and official start in 1914. A prelude event was held in 1913, when Carpinteria High School Principal Francis Figg-Hoblyn and others decided to elevate the local competition to a multi-school event that included grammar and high schools between Carpinteria and Ventura. The 1913 event was a success, and in 1914 Howland Shaw ussell and his wife, Katharine, donated a silver cup to be awarded to the school that amassed the most points. Thus, the Russell Cup was born. The ussell Cup took a five-year hiatus during World War II and a one-year break in 1949 to allow for construction of a new track at Memorial Field—then the home of Carpinteria High School, now the home of Carpinteria Middle School. It also took a break in 2020 due to the pandemic.

To learn more about Carpinteria history during the Covid-19 closure, visit the Carpinteria Valley Museum of History’s website carpinteriahistoricalmuseum. org to access more articles on local history. To support the preservation of local history, consider becoming a member of the Carpinteria Historical CarpMag_Winter 2019.indd Society.

Fred Greenough, left, and Dale Schuyler display the 1934 Russell Cup medals and trophies. Greenough lettered in track and tennis at Carpinteria Union High School, then went on to work as coach, principal and superintendent. He managed the Russell Cup Meet for more than 25 years. Schuyler set the CIF record in the 1-mile race.

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Ahead of the 1941 Ru ssell Cup, the Santa Barbara News-Press ann ounced that Frank Wykoff, three time Oly mpic gold medalist, would award a troph y to the winner of the 100-yard dash. In the 193 ybe 4 Russell Cup, ma in ay rel the rting stakof shown Wy f had put on an exh ck ibit “KAREN POULOS is tra ion 100-yard S CH in 0m 10 the in dash, which he ran in rently #15 9.7 sec ind ’80 or ’81. She is cur ond beh s s. He was nd ked sta the e ofert becausadv isepac d as the “World’s Fas retest Human” history. I like this one we h hig ior jun at e the ersaus bleachbec he’d already wonthe her. Back then the d; therefore, two Olympic s lim wa gol a ds are for up theite rm 4x100 yard rel wa ay,mand was the smaller and the ch more roo mu is re the wo w packed. Norld record holder in the 100e.-ya stands were always her rd dash. osp atm e of e ntyp t sam thakof f wo re isn’tWy his third gold ria meldal in the to spread out so the mo Me old the from 193 ssrlin 6 Be I mi y thing Olympics. In between That is about the onl Olympic victories, Wykoff tau ght Field.” thameventually Laand n Va or ect Dir becam et Me - e principal at Carpin teria Union Elementary School (w hich became Main School). Santa Barbara News-Press, April 2, 1941

multi-school event that included grammar and high schools between Carpinteria and Ventura. The 1913 event was a success, and in 1914 Howland Shaw Russell and his wife, Katharine, donated a silver cup to be awarded to the school that amassed the most points. Thus, the Russell Cup was born. The 100th Russell Cup falls five years after its centennial anniversary due to a hiatus during World War II and a one-year break in 1949 to allow for construction of a new

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track at Memorial Field—then the home of Carpinteria High School, now the home of Carpinteria Middle School. In honor of its 100th year, the 2019 Russell TOM Cup will SENIOR GREWE, include historic memorabilia and photos fromat years past.of the pictured the head pack, wonevent, the mile A commemorative logo will be chosen for the and and two-mile in 1982, setting organizers expect athletes and volunteers from Russell both. He then Cups past to participate in specialrecords events.inFor more champion information, follow Russell Cup on became Facebookstate and visit in the 1600 meter. Also www.russellcup.com. noteworthy from the 1982 meet were Carpinteria WINTER2019 93 resident Sarah Allaback’s finishes. The Cate School sophomore also broke Russell Cup records in the 10/30/18 mile and two mile.

VAN LATHAM, Carpinteria High School Class of 1978, has been the Russell Cup Meet Director for over 30 years. He excelled in football, basketball and trac k as a student at CHS, then wen t on to play rugby at Stanford University. In 1983, he cam e home to teach and coach at CHS Russell Cup, 1915 or 1916 . He’s the heart and soul of the Russell Cup, into which he pour s hundreds of hours each year . Coaches and athletes from up and down the state look forward to competing in his beautiful ly Celebrating Russell Cup’s storied past orchestrated annual event.

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ONE OF THE MOST IMPRESSIVE CARPINTERIA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES of all times Coley Candaele outran the Russell Cup competition and ultimately claimed a State Championship Title in the mile in 1990. ♦

100 years and still running

he 100th Russell Cup Track and Field Meet will take place on April 13, 2019 at Carpinteria Valley Memorial Stadium. The event is California’s oldest high school track meet and counts five future Olympians among the thousands of athletes to run, jump and throw through its history.

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Rooted in a turn-of-the-century Carpinteria tradition to hold footraces and a picnic at the end of the school year, the Russell Cup Meet earned its name and official start in 1914. A prelude event was held in 1913, when Carpinteria High School Principal Francis Figg-Hoblyn and others decided to elevate the local competition to a

THE FLAGS FLY AT THE 1971 RUSSELL CUP held at its longtime home of Memorial Stadium at what is now Carpinteria Middle School. Is that Lou Panizzon pictured center?

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THIS SPEEDY RUNNER Gregg Carty hits the tape first in the 880 and helps the Warriors to win the A Division title. Photo: Santa Barbara News-Press, April 9, 1972.

GEORGE BLISS, CARPINTERIA UNION HIGH SCHOOL class of 1936, was a talented runner in his prep school days. He set the Russell Cup Meet record with a 1:26 finish in the 660 yard VAN LAT HAM, Carpin teria High dash, and the stood for 11 years. He volunteered as a Sch oolrecord Class of 1978, has been meet official for many years before he was chosen as honorary the Rus sell Cup Meet Direct or meet director. for over 30 years. He excelle d in football, basketball and tra ck as a student at CHS, then wen t on to play rugby at Stanfo rd University. In 1983, he cam e home to teach and coach at CH S. He’s the heart and soul of the Russell Cup, into which he pou rs hundreds of hours each yea r. Coaches and athletes from up and down the state look forward to competing in his beautifully orchestrated annual event.

ONE OF THE MOST IMPRESSIVE CARPINTERIA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES of all times Coley Candaele outran the Russell Cup competition and ultimately claimed a State Championship Title in the mile in 1990. ♦ BILL SWING

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W H EREAS, t h e C i t y’ s P r o cl a m a t i o n w a s found necessary and ratified by the City C o u n ci l a t i t s r e g u l a r m e e t i n g s o n M a r ch 2 3 , 2 0 2 0 ( vi a a d o p t i o n o f R e so l u t i o n N o . 5954) and re-ratified by the City Council on A p r i l 1 3 , 2 0 2 0 ( vi a a d o p t i o n o f R e so l u t i o n N o . 5 9 5 4 ) , M a y 1 3 , 2 0 2 0 ( vi a a d o p t i o n o f R e so l u t i o n N o . 5 9 6 9 ) , Ju n e 8 , 2 0 2 0 ( vi a a d o p tio n o f R e s o lu tio n N o . 5 9 8 0 ) , J u n e 2 2 , 2 0 2 0 ( vi a a d o p t i o n o f R e so l u t i o n N o . 5 9 8 5 ) , a n d J u l y 1 3 , 2 0 2 0 ( vi a a d o p t i o n o f R e s o lu tio n N o . 5 9 8 9 ) in o r d e r to u tiliz e a ll r e s o u r c e s n e c e s s a r y to r e s p o n d to C O V ID - 1 9 a n d r e c e iv e a n y S ta te a n d F e d e r a l a s s is ta n c e a n d fu n d s th a t m a y b e a va i l a b l e ; a n d

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W H EREAS, t h e C i t y C o u n ci l r e co g n i ze s th a t a C O V ID - 1 9 O u td o o r B u s in e s s P e r m it Program must be flexible and responsive to c h a n g in g c o n d itio n s a s s o c ia te d w ith th e C O V ID - 1 9 p a n d e m ic , th e s ta te o f e m e rg e n c y , o r g o v e rn m e n ta l re s p o n s e , including modifications to public health a n d s a fe ty d ir e c tiv e s , s o c ia l d is ta n c in g g u id a n c e , a n d b u s in e s s o p e r a tio n co n d i t i o n s, i n o r d e r t o e f f e ct i ve l y a ch i e ve th e d u a l p u b lic h e a lth a n d s a fe ty a n d e c o n o m ic g o a ls o f th e C ity d u r in g th e C O V I D - 1 9 p a n d e m i c. NO W , T H EREF O RE, T H E CIT Y CO U NCIL H EREB Y RESO L V ES AND O RD ERS T H AT : Se c t i o n 1. In c A l l t h e r e ci t a l s c o r r e c t, a n d in c o r p o r a te d a o f th e C ity C o fo r th h e r e in .

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O u td o o r B u s in e s s P e r m it P r o g r a m provides flexibility to local businesses t o r e - o p e n w h i l e p r o t e ct i n g t h e h e a l t h , sa f e t y a n d w e l f a r e o f m e m b e r s o f t h e p u b l i c; a n d B . W ith o u t th e a m e n d m e n t a n d e x te n s io n o f O r d in a n c e N o . 7 4 4 th r o u g h th is U r g e n c y O r d in a n c e , th e r e is a n in c r e a s e d r is k o f a s u b s ta n tia l im p a c t to lo c a l b u s in e s s e s , c a u s in g fu r th e r d is r u p tio n b y d e la y in g lo c a l e c o n o m ic r e c o v e r y , a n d im p e r ilin g t h e l i ve s o r p r o p e r t y o f i n h a b i t a n t s o f t h e C i t y; a n d C . C a r p in te r ia M u n ic ip a l C o d e ( “ C M C ” ) C h a p te r 1 2 .0 8 a n d D o w n to w n “T ” E n c r o a c h m e n t P e r m it G u id e lin e s e s ta b lis h a p e r m it p r o g r a m fo r lo c a l b u s in e s s e s w ith in th e D o w n to w n “ T ” D is tr ic t to a p p ly fo r a n d r e c e iv e a n e n c r o a c h m e n t p e r m it to c o n d u c t c e r ta in b u si n e s o p e r a t i o n s i n t h e C i t y’ s r i g h t o f- w a y th a t p r o v id e a fr a m e w o r k fo r th e p o r tio n o f th e C O V ID - 1 9 O u td o o r B u s in e s s P e r m it P r o g r a m a p p lic a b le to th e C ity r ig h t- o f- w a y a n d o th e r p r i va t e l y- o w n e d p r o p e r t y , b u t r e q u i r e c e r ta in m o d ific a tio n s to s tr e a m lin e th e a p p r o v a l a n d im p le m e n ta tio n o f p e r m i t s w i t h a l l d u e sp e e d d u r i n g t h e C O V I D - 1 9 p a n d e m i c. D . C M C C h a p te r 1 4 .6 4 e s ta b lis h e s a te m p o r a r y u s e p e r m it to a llo w b u s in e s s e s to e n g a g e in te m p o r a r y u s e s o n p r iv a te ly - o w n e d p r o p e r ty th a t p r o v id e s a fr a m e w o r k fo r th e C O V ID - 1 9 O u td o o r B u s in e s s P e r m it P r o g r a m a p p lic a b le to p r iv a te ly o w n e d p r o p e r ty , b u t r e q u ir e s c e r ta in m o d ific a tio n s to s tr e a m lin e th e a p p r o v a l a n d im p le m e n ta tio n o f p e r m i t s w i t h a l l d u e sp e e d d u r i n g t h e C O V I D - 1 9 p a n d e m i c. E . T h e C i t y C o u n ci l r e co g n i ze s t h a t — to e n c o u ra g e th e re tu rn o f ro b u s t e c o n o m ic a c tiv ity w ith s o c ia l d is ta n c in g m e a s u r e s in p la c e d u r in g th e lo c a l e m e rg e n c y d u e to th e C O V ID -1 9 p a n d e m ic — th e C O V ID - 1 9 O u td o o r B u s in e s s P e r m it P r o g r a m m a y c o n tin u e to r e q u ir e th a t c e r ta in te m p o r a r y e x c e p tio n s to th e r e q u ir e m e n ts o f C M C C h a p te r 1 2 .0 2 , th e D o w n to w n “ T ” E n cr o a ch m e n t P e r m i t G u i d e l i n e s a n d C M C C h a p te r 1 4 .6 4 m a y b e n e c e s s a r y , a s d e te r m in e d b y th e D ir e c to r o f E m e r g e n c y S e r v ic e s t h r o u g h a d d it io n a l r u le s a n d r e g u l a t i o n s, a s d e scr i b e d i n S e ct i o n 6 . F . F o r t h e i m m e d i a t e p r e se r va t i o n o f t h e p u b l i c p e a ce , h e a l t h , a n d sa f e t y , the Council finds that it is necessary to a d o p t th is U r g e n c y O r d in a n c e a m e n d in g O r d in a n c e N o . 7 4 4 , th a t e s ta b lis h e d th e C O V ID - 1 9 O u td o o r B u s in e s s P e r m it P r o g r a m , fo r a ll o f th e r e a s o n s s e t fo r th in th e r e c ita ls a b o ve , w h i ch a r e i n co r p o r a t e d h e r e i n b y r e f e r e n ce . Se c t i o n 3 . U r g e n c y Ne e d . B a s e d o n the foregoing recitals and findings, all of w h i ch a r e d e e m e d t r u e a n d co r r e ct , t h i s U r g e n c y O r d in a n c e is u r g e n tly n e e d e d fo r t h e i m m e d i a t e p r e se r va t i o n o f t h e p u b l i c p e a ce , h e a l t h , a n d sa f e t y . T h i s U r g e n cy O r d in a n c e s h a ll ta k e e ffe c t im m e d ia te ly u p o n a d o p tio n in a c c o r d a n c e w ith th e p r o vi si o n s se t f o r t h i n G o ve r n m e n t C o d e se ct i o n 3 6 9 3 7 . Se c t i o n 4 O r d in a n su p e r se d e 7 4 4 to re a “S e T e r O rd im m e ffe 3 1 , C ity

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In a c c o rd a n c e w ith s u b d iv is io n ( a ) o f s e c tio n 1 7 9 2 0 , a fic titio u s n a m e s ta te m e n t g e n e r a lly expires at the end of five years from the date on which it was filed in the office of t h e C o u n t y C l e r k, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s se t f o r t h i n t h e st a t e m e n t p u r su a n t t o se ct i o n 1 7 9 1 3 o t h e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n th e r e s id e n c e a d d r e s s o f a r e g is te r e d owner. A new fictitious business name must be filed before the expiration. 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T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u s i n e s s a s ( 1) CO AST AL V IEW NEW S ( 2 ) CARPINT ERIA M AG AZ INE ( 3 ) CARPINT ERIA SU M M ERL AND CO AST AL V IEW ( 4 ) 9 3 0 13 M AG AZ INE a t 4 1 8 0 V IA R E A L S U IT E F , C A R P IN T E R IA , C A 9 3 0 1 3 . F u ll n a m e o f r e g is tr a n t( s ) : RM G V ENT U RES L L C a t S A M E A D D R E S S . T h i s b u si n e s i s co n d u ct e d b y a i i ed ia ili y Co pany. T h i s st a t e ment was filed with the County 4 21 2021. T h e r e g is tr a n t b e g a n tr a n s a c tin g b u s in e s s o n O ct o b e r 1 , 1 9 9 4 . S i g n e d : M I C H A E L E V A N S T R Y , P R E S I D E N T . I n a co r d a n ce w ith s u b d iv is io n ( a ) o f s e c tio n 1 7 9 2 0 , a fic titio u s n a m e s ta te m e n t g e n e r a lly expires at the end of five years from the date on which it was filed in the office of t h e C o u n t y C l e r k, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s se t f o r t h i n t h e st a t e m e n t p u r su a n t t o se ct i o n 1 7 9 1 3 o t h e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n th e r e s id e n c e a d d r e s s o f a r e g is te r e d owner. A new fictitious business name must be filed before the expiration. The filing of this statement does not of itself authori e the use in this state of a fictitious b u si n e s n a m e i n vi o l a t i o n o f t h e r i g h t s o f a n o t h e r u n d e r F e d e r a l , S t a t e , o r co m m o n l a w ( se e se c t i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q . , B u si n e s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify t h i s co p y i s a co r r e ct co p y o f t h e o r i g i n a l statement on file in my office. oseph E. H o l l a n d , C o u n t y C l e r k- R e co r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 113 3 . P u b l i sh : A p r i l 2 9 , M a y 6 , 1 3 , 2 0 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u s i n e s s a s T H E CASAS PART Y RENT AL S a t 4 0 9 R U T H A V E , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 0 1 . F u ll n a m e o f r e g i st r a n t ( s) : PO NCIANO CASAS G O M EZ a t S A M E A D D R E S S . T h i s b u si n e s i s c o n d u c t e d b y an ndi id al. T h i s s t a t e ment was filed with the County 4 19 2021. T h e r e g is tr a n t b e g a n tr a n s a c tin g b u s in e s s o n A p r il 1 3 , 2 0 2 1 . S ig n e d : P O N C IA N O C A S A S G O M E Z , O W N E R . In a c c o rd a n c e w ith s u b d iv is io n ( a ) o f s e c tio n 1 7 9 2 0 , a fic titio u s n a m e s ta te m e n t g e n e r a lly expires at the end of five years from the date on which it was filed in the office of t h e C o u n t y C l e r k, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s se t f o r t h i n t h e st a t e m e n t p u r su a n t t o se ct i o n 1 7 9 1 3 o t h e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n th e r e s id e n c e a d d r e s s o f a r e g is te r e d owner. A new fictitious business name must be filed before the expiration. The filing of this statement does not of itself authori e the use in this state of a fictitious b u si n e s n a m e i n vi o l a t i o n o f t h e r i g h t s o f

a n o t h e r u n d e r F e d e r a l , S t a t e , o r co m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q . , B u si n e s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify t h i s co p y i s a co r r e ct co p y o f t h e o r i g i n a l statement on file in my office. oseph E. H o l l a n d , C o u n t y C l e r k- R e co r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 10 9 2 . P u b l i sh : A p r i l 2 9 , M a y 6 , 1 3 , 2 0 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s/ a r e d o i n g b u si n e s a s RINCO N CO V E D IST RIB U T IO N L L C a t 4 9 9 8 F O O T H I L L R O A D , C A R P IN T E R IA , C A 9 3 0 1 3 . F u ll n a m e o f r e g i s t r a n t ( s ) : RINCO N CO V E D IST RIB U T IO N L L C a t S A M E A D D R E S S . T h i s b u si n e s i s co n d u ct e d b y a L i m i t e d ia ili y Co pany. T h i s st a t e m e n t w a s file d w ith th e C o u n ty 3 /3 1 /2 0 2 1 . T h e r e g is tr a n t b e g a n tr a n s a c tin g b u s in e s s o n N /A . S ig n e d : M A R K M E T H M A N N , M A N A G E R . I n a co r d a n ce w i t h su b d i v i sion (a) of section 17920, a fictitious name st a t e m e n t g e n e r a l l y e xp i r e s a t t h e e n d o f five years from the date on which it was filed in the office of the County Clerk, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a fte r a n y c h a n g e in th e fa c ts s e t fo r th in th e s ta te m e n t p u r s u a n t to s e c tio n 1 7 9 1 3 o th e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n t h e r e si d e n ce a d d r e s of a registered owner. A new fictitious business name must be filed before the expiration. The filing of this statement does n o t o f i t se l f a u t h o r i ze t h e u se i n t h i s s t a t e of a fictitious business name in violation o f th e r ig h ts o f a n o th e r u n d e r F e d e r a l, S t a t e , o r co m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q ., B u s in e s s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify th is c o p y is a c o r r e c t c o p y o f the original statement on file in my office. J o s e p h E . H o lla n d , C o u n ty C le r k - R e c o r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 0 9 16 . P u b l i sh : A p r i l 2 9 , M a y 6 , 1 3 , 2 0 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u s i n e s s a s L EAD ING ED G E T U T O RS a t 2 7 W . A N A P A M U S T # 4 2 4 , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 0 1 . F u ll n a m e o f r e g i s t r a n t ( s ) : RAEL YN G U YER a t S A M E A D D R E S S . T h i s b u si n e s i s co n d u ct e d b y an ndi id al. T h i s st a t e m e n t was filed with the County 4 21 2021. The r e g i st r a n t b e g a n t r a n sa ct i n g b u si n e s o n O C T 1 , 2 0 0 8 . S ig n e d : R A E L Y N G U Y E R . In a c c o r d a n c e w ith s u b d iv is io n ( a ) o f section 17920, a fictitious name statement generally expires at the end of five years from the date on which it was filed in the office of the County Clerk, except, a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se c t i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s se t f o r t h i n t h e s t a t e m e n t p u r s u a n t to s e c tio n 1 7 9 1 3 o th e r th a n a ch a n g e i n t h e r e si d e n ce a d d r e s o f a registered owner. A new fictitious business name must be filed before the expiration. The filing of this statement does not of i t se l f a u t h o r i ze t h e u se i n t h i s st a t e o f a fictitious business name in violation of the r ig h ts o f a n o th e r u n d e r F e d e r a l, S ta te , o r co m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q . , B u s in e s s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y ce r t i f y t h i s co p y i s a co r r e ct co p y o f t h e original statement on file in my office. J o s e p h E . H o lla n d , C o u n ty C le r k - R e c o r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 112 4 . P u b l i sh : A p r i l 2 9 , M a y 6 , 1 3 , 2 0 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u s i n e s s a s T H E D AIL Y G RIND CO F F EE & T EA ST AT IO N a t 2 0 0 1 D E L A V IN A , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 0 5 . F u l l n a m e o f r e g i s t r a n t ( s ) : S. B . G RIND F O O D CO . INC. a t S A M E A D D R E S S . T h i s b u si n e s i s co n d u ct e d b y a Co r p o ra ion. This statement was filed with the C o u n t y 4 / 2 0 / 2 0 2 1 . T h e r e g i st r a n t b e g a n tr a n s a c tin g b u s in e s s o n D e c . 4 , 1 9 9 5 . S ig n e d : Y O L A N D A G O N Z A L E Z , C E O . In a c c o r d a n c e w ith s u b d iv is io n ( a ) o f s e c tio n 17920, a fictitious name statement generally expires at the end of five years from the date on which it was filed in the office o f t h e C o u n t y C l e r k, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s se t f o r t h i n t h e st a t e m e n t p u r su a n t t o se ct i o n 1 7 9 1 3 o t h e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n th e r e s id e n c e a d d r e s s o f a r e g is te r e d owner. A new fictitious business name must be filed before the expiration. The filing of this statement does not of itself authori e the use in this state of a fictitious b u si n e s n a m e i n vi o l a t i o n o f t h e r i g h t s o f a n o t h e r u n d e r F e d e r a l , S t a t e , o r co m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q . , B u si n e s s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify t h i s co p y i s a co r r e ct co p y o f t h e o r i g i n a l statement on file in my office. oseph E. H o l l a n d , C o u n t y C l e r k- R e co r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 1118 . P u b l i sh : A p r i l 2 9 , M a y 6 , 1 3 , 2 0 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u s i n e s s a s D EM M O N REAL EST AT E a t 1 E . A R R E L L A G A S T , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 0 1 . F u ll n a m e o f r e g i s t r a n t ( s ) : T H E M AK E ST U D IO , INC a t 1 E . A R R E L L A G A S T , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 0 1 . T h i s b u si n e s i s co n d u ct e d b y a Corpora ion. This statement was filed w i t h t h e C o u n t y 4 / 2 6 / 2 0 2 1 . T h e r e g i st r a n t b e g a n tr a n s a c tin g b u s in e s s o n A P R IL 1 5 , 2 0 2 1 . S ig n e d : C A S S O N D E M M O N , C E O . I n a co r d a n ce w i t h su b d i vi si o n ( a ) of section 17920, a fictitious name statement generally expires at the end of five years from the date on which it was filed in the office of the County Clerk, except, a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se c t i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s se t f o r t h i n t h e s t a t e m e n t p u r s u a n t to s e c tio n 1 7 9 1 3 o th e r th a n a ch a n g e i n t h e r e si d e n ce a d d r e s o f a registered owner. A new fictitious business name must be filed before the expiration. The filing of this statement does not of i t se l f a u t h o r i ze t h e u se i n t h i s st a t e o f a fictitious business name in violation of the r ig h ts o f a n o th e r u n d e r F e d e r a l, S ta te , o r co m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q . , B u s in e s s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y ce r t i f y t h i s co p y i s a co r r e ct co p y o f t h e original statement on file in my office. o-

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P u b l i sh : M a y 6 , 1 3 , 2 0 , 2 7 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s/ a r e d o i n g b u si n e s a s AF F O RD AB L E H ARD W O O D F L O O RS a t 6 4 6 M A Y R U M S T R E E T , S A N T A B A R B A R A , C A 9 3 1 1 1 . F u l l n a m e o f r e g i s t r a n t ( s ) : AF F O RD AB L E H ARD W O O D F L O O RS a t S A M E A D D R E S S A S A B O V E . T h i s b u si n e s i s co n d u ct e d b y a Corpora ion. T h i s st a t e ment was filed with the County 4 29 2021. T h e r e g is tr a n t b e g a n tr a n s a c tin g b u s in e s o n S e p t 4 , 1 9 9 4 . S ig n e d : D E B R A L IN D R O S E , P R E S ID E N T . In a c c o rd a n c e w ith s u b d iv is io n ( a ) o f s e c tio n 1 7 9 2 0 , a fic titio u s n a m e s ta te m e n t g e n e r a lly expires at the end of five years from the date on which it was filed in the office of t h e C o u n t y C l e r k, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s se t f o r t h i n t h e st a t e m e n t p u r su a n t t o se ct i o n 1 7 9 1 3 o t h e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n th e r e s id e n c e a d d r e s s o f a r e g is te r e d owner. A new fictitious business name must be filed before the expiration. The filing of this statement does not of itself authori e the use in this state of a fictitious b u si n e s n a m e i n vi o l a t i o n o f t h e r i g h t s o f a n o th e r u n d e r F e d e r a l, S ta te , o r c o m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q . , B u si n e s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify t h i s co p y i s a co r r e ct co p y o f t h e o r i g i n a l statement on file in my office. oseph E. H o l l a n d , C o u n t y C l e r k- R e co r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 12 4 7 . P u b l i sh : M a y 6 , 1 3 , 2 0 , 2 7 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u s i n e s s a s T IL L Y’ S a t 2 3 4 8 S O . B R A D L E Y R D , S A N T A M A R IA , 9 3 4 5 5 , ( m a ilin g a d d r e s s ) 1 0 W H A T N E Y , IR V IN E , C A 9 2 6 1 8 . F u ll n a m e o f r e g i s t r a n t ( s ) : W O RL D O F J EANS & T O PS a t 1 0 W H A T N E Y , I R V I N E , C A 9 2 6 1 8 . T h i s b u si n e s i s co n d u c t e d b y a Corpora ion. This statement was filed w i t h t h e C o u n t y 4 / 0 2 / 2 0 2 1 . T h e r e g i st r a n t b e g a n tr a n s a c tin g b u s in e s s o n J u ly 5 , 1 9 8 4 . S ig n e d : M IK E H E N R Y ,C F O . In a c c o r d a n c e w ith s u b d iv is io n ( a ) o f s e c tio n 17920, a fictitious name statement generally expires at the end of five years from the date on which it was filed in the office o f t h e C o u n t y C l e r k, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s se t f o r t h i n t h e st a t e m e n t p u r su a n t t o se ct i o n 1 7 9 1 3 o t h e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n th e r e s id e n c e a d d r e s s o f a r e g is te r e d owner. A new fictitious business name must be filed before the expiration. The filing of this statement does not of itself authori e the use in this state of a fictitious b u si n e s n a m e i n vi o l a t i o n o f t h e r i g h t s o f a n o th e r u n d e r F e d e r a l, S ta te , o r c o m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q . , B u si n e s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify t h i s co p y i s a co r r e ct co p y o f t h e o r i g i n a l statement on file in my office. oseph E. H o l l a n d , C o u n t y C l e r k- R e co r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 0 9 3 8 . P u b l i sh : M a y 6 , 1 3 , 2 0 , 2 7 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u s i n e s s a s G ARCIA F ARM ING a t 6 0 2 0 T E P U S Q U E T R O A D , S A N T A M A R IA , C A 9 3 4 5 4 . ( m a ilin g a d d r e s s ) 5 1 9 E . C O X L N , S A N T A M A R IA , C A 9 3 4 5 4 . F u l l n a m e o f r e g i s t r a n t ( s ) : ( 1) J U ANIT A AG U IL AR H ERNAND EZ ( 2 ) G U IL L ERM O G ARCIA SANCH EZ a t 5 1 9 E . C O X L N , S A N T A M A R IA , C A 9 3 4 5 4 . T h i s b u si n e s i s co n d u ct e d b y a M a r r i e d Co u p l e . This statement was filed with th e C o u n ty 4 /2 8 /2 0 2 1 . T h e r e g is tr a n t b e g a n t r a n sa ct i n g b u si n e s o n A p r i l 2 6 , 2 0 1 8 . S ig n e d : J U A N IT A A G U IL A R . In a c c o r d a n c e w ith s u b d iv is io n ( a ) o f s e c tio n 17920, a fictitious name statement generally expires at the end of five years from the date on which it was filed in the office o f t h e C o u n t y C l e r k, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s se t f o r t h i n t h e st a t e m e n t p u r su a n t t o se ct i o n 1 7 9 1 3 o t h e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n th e r e s id e n c e a d d r e s s o f a r e g is te r e d owner. A new fictitious business name must be filed before the expiration. The filing of this statement does not of itself authori e the use in this state of a fictitious b u si n e s n a m e i n vi o l a t i o n o f t h e r i g h t s o f a n o th e r u n d e r F e d e r a l, S ta te , o r c o m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q . , B u si n e s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify t h i s co p y i s a co r r e ct co p y o f t h e o r i g i n a l statement on file in my office. oseph E. H o l l a n d , C o u n t y C l e r k- R e co r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 12 2 0 . P u b l i sh : M a y 6 , 1 3 , 2 0 , 2 7 , 2 0 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u s i n e s s a s G O RD O 8 0 5 a t 7 2 1 N C S T A P T 1 4 , L O M P O C , C A 9 3 4 3 6 . F u ll n a m e o f r e g is tr a n t( s ) : REYNAL D O J T O RRES a t 7 2 1 N C S T A P T 1 4 , L O M P O C , C A 9 3 4 3 6 . T h is b u si n e s i s co n d u ct e d b y an ndi id al. This statement was filed with the County 4 /2 0 /2 0 2 1 . T h e r e g is tr a n t b e g a n tr a n s a c tin g b u s in e s s o n A p r il 6 , 2 0 2 1 . S ig n e d : R E Y N A L D O T O R R E S . 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_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F ICT IT IO U S B U SINESS NAM E ST AT EM ENT . T h e f o l l o w i n g E n t i t y ( i e s ) i s / a r e d o i n g b u s i n e s s a s AST H ET ICS CO RE CL EANING CO M PANY a t 5 9 7 1 H I C K O R Y S T R E E T A P T . 4 , C A R P IN T E R IA , C A 9 3 0 1 3 . F u l l n a m e o f r e g i st r a n t ( s) : NO RA CRU Z a t S A M E A D D R E S S . T h i s b u s i n e s s i s co n d u ct e d b y an ndi id al.T h i s st a t e ment was filed with the County 4 29 2021. T h e r e g is tr a n t b e g a n tr a n s a c tin g b u s in e s s o n A p r il 1 , 2 0 2 1 . S ig n e d : N O R A C R U Z . In a c c o r d a n c e w ith s u b d iv is io n ( a ) o f s e c tio n 17920, a fictitious name statement generally expires at the end of five years from the date on which it was filed in the office o f t h e C o u n t y C l e r k, e xce p t , a s p r o vi d e d i n su b d i vi si o n ( b ) o f se ct i o n 1 7 9 2 0 , w h e r e i t e xp i r e s 4 0 d a ys a f t e r a n y ch a n g e i n t h e f a ct s se t f o r t h i n t h e st a t e m e n t p u r su a n t t o se ct i o n 1 7 9 1 3 o t h e r t h a n a ch a n g e i n th e r e s id e n c e a d d r e s s o f a r e g is te r e d owner. A new fictitious business name must be filed before the expiration. The filing of this statement does not of itself authori e the use in this state of a fictitious b u si n e s n a m e i n vi o l a t i o n o f t h e r i g h t s o f a n o t h e r u n d e r F e d e r a l , S t a t e , o r co m m o n l a w ( se e se ct i o n 1 4 4 1 E t S e q . , B u si n e s a n d P r o fe s s io n s c o d e ) . I h e r e b y c e r tify t h i s co p y i s a co r r e ct co p y o f t h e o r i g i n a l statement on file in my office. oseph E. H o l l a n d , C o u n t y C l e r k- R e co r d e r ( S E A L ) F B N2 0 2 1- 0 0 0 12 51.

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reader’s car, and returning the keys to the reader in the middle of the night. A gold star for arp’s finest A reader sends a halo to Jamie Collins at the Carpinteria Boys & Girls Club for taking them on really fun field trips and making their summer a blast

I turned to the two kids who’d just A reader sends a halo to Coriander Lilley for getting J unior Lifeguard of the week. paddled and said ... “These guys e love you oriander out reat job were outforhere and you A readersitting sends a halohere to Shaya Alexander getting first, J unior Lifeguard of the week. ou go girl ou’re so awesome paddled right to the top of the peak.”

A reader sends a halo to Bubba and Lindsay Colson for helping chaperone N annies young man saw that IBarbara was upset and said, And I would be surprised if they’d been Daycare at the Santa Z oo. “Yes, sir.” Then of course I had nothing to Tahiti and had had the chance to see the way those guys integrate a line up. It’s more to say, and sincetothe sets were awho longbought A reader sends a halo the woman the reader’s dinner after the ribbonbeen bothering me, the way I handled that time in coming, I had nowhere to go in cutting at the barbecue truck located at Island Brewing Company last Thursday. “Y ou situation. I really didn’t need to say a thing my supposedly righteous indignation, exemplify what our small town spirit is all about. so I paddled off to no man’s land on the to those boys, other than “good morning.” other sidesends of thea lineup. A reader halo to Maria E. Zamora. ongrats on getting into ureka The With two weeks nowlike to you. consider my Christian Beamish took leave of his position future will need leaders actions, I realize that while it is important at Coastal View News in October 2020, to his really surfboard business,how “Surfboards for “elders” toaguide generaA reader sends halo toupcoming Karina Jougla. “Thispursue ol’ turtle appreciates much California,” full time. He continues his tions in terms of etiquette and, therefore, you give back the community. Y ou are a shining example to all, but especially to so culture, equally important to carefully monthly column. The former Associate Editor many of it is arpinteria’s young ladies. observe what is actually occurring before of The Surfer’s Journal, Beamish is also the author the Cormorant” (Pataimposing is taking true her Two readersoneself send a on haloanother. to JayneItfor craofy“Voyage lovableof Aussie to obedience gonia Books, 2012) about his single-handed that the boys paddled right to the center classes so the readers can run in peace with her dog. of the small group of surfers already in expedition down the coast of Baja California by sailofficer and oar in his self-built Shetland Isle the water, but it is also true athat they did A reader sends pitchfork to a local who almost didn’t stop for not paddle aggressively, or otherwise act beach boat. Heoflives his showed wife andhis two two senior males in a crosswalk. When one the with seniors children inappropriately before I let them have it. disappointment the officer stopped his in carCarpinteria. and uestioned the seniors. Shame on you for being a bully in uniform. A reader sends a pitchfork to all the commuters who park in front of the reader’s house, making the reader park a block away. “J ust because I live by the freeway doesn’t make my street a commuter parking lot. A reader sends a pitchfork to Caltrans for blocking off the reader’s beach access in a onchita and not finishing the beach tunnel for the summer. Thanks altrans. Now we can’t have summer beach access. A reader sends a pitchfork to a Sheriff’s deputy that went speeding down 8 th Street. Monday evening, well above the speed limit. “I know that you were responding to something but you should have been respectful to pedestrians and bicyclists.

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Carpinteria boys win 101st Russell Cup PHOTOS BY ROSANA SWING The much anticipated 101st running of the ussell up finally took place on the eve of other’s ay . At the th hour os Angeles ounty permitted its schools to participate and the skies cleared above bringing blue skies to arpinteria igh School for the annual track event a marker of track and field excellence for over a century. This year’s arpinteria athletes flourished with the boys team winning the ussell up and the girls team taking second. or the first time in years the Warriors earn a cup,” Warriors coach Van atham said. Latham along with the Russell Cup committee worked in concert with S administration, grounds, maintenance, security and custodial to execute the event with a focused plan to provide a positive experience and safety for all participants. olunteerism is at the core of each ussell up and this year was no different as S alumni and community members were keys to success said S athletic director atrick ooney. arpinteria’s boys team scored points beating oothill Tech by points. Oaks hristian won the varsity girls scoring two more points than arpinteria. t was an outstanding day for the arriors said atham. n true ussell up fashion, Carpinteria had numerous great

performances. t was a great meet with many exciting finishes. ven though it was smaller than usual, it still had the feeling of days gone by. t felt normal and satisfying to see athletes competing under a clear blue sky with a people cheering them on. ooney noted several individual standout performances from Carpinteria athletes, including Vincent Rinaldi who sprinted his way to breaking school records in the m and m . inaldi was named Athlete of the Meet” at the event, and later was awarded Athlete of the eek by the Santa Barbara Athletic ound Table. Mateo Handall completed the sprint sweep for the Warriors winning the 400 with a time of . and sai ega set a new of - to win the discus competition. e also finished third in the shot put with of - . . The girls also scored points in a number of events. atima ervantes e ualed her seasonal best in the high jump with a - clearance for second place. Alex apata ran a of . to finish second in the hurdles and mma olmstrom finished second in the triple jump with a leap of - . . The arriors also finished second in both relays. -CVN Report

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Boys volleyball beats Nordhoff, 1-3

Carpinteria boys volleyball lost to N ordhoff, 1-3, in their last home league match of the season on May 6. The match between the Warriors and the Rangers was hard fought by both sides. “Our downfall was in our serving, which is usually our strong point,” said coach Mickey Caughey. “But tonight we missed way too many serves knocking ourselves out of the chance of winning this important match.” The scores were - . avin ohuis had five aces. iesel Slade had nine kills. Arata Tomatsuri had four solo blocks and Z ach Isaac had 15 digs. The team is now 2-3 in league and 2-4 overall.

Warriors boys tennis cinches Citrus Coast League title

The Carpinteria boys tennis team cinched the Citrus Coast League title with a 14-4 win against No rdhoff. “We played very well in doubles today and I was extremely pleased to see how far our doubles teams have come since the last time we played them a little over a week ago,” said coach Charles Bryants. “I was most impressed with Ian Thomas and Z aiden J uarez as they both decided to take a lot of pace off and play a more consistent and patient game.” Thomas/J uarez swept their three sets as did Connor G ralewski/Mathew Endow. “They too are really starting to gel at the right time,” said Bryants. Ben Persoon/No lan Martin went 1-1 but “have shown a lot of improvement these last few matches.” “Hopefully, we can continue this trend when the playoffs start in a few weeks,” said Bryants. In singles, Austin Stone went 3-0 and his brother, Max, went 2-0. “It is a luxury to have such strong singles players that can almost guarantee us much needed points,” said Bryants. Ryan Souza and Steven Bengry also picked up singles wins on the day. “Ryan looked sharp against the Ranger player he struggled with the last time around. It was good to see his control and the way he dictated points. Steven was just as effective. Overall, I was very happy with our squad today. We showed up when we needed to and had a great attitude and energy from the start,” Bryants said.

Mixed outcomes scored for boys baseball

In an unusual twist, the Carpinteria Warriors visited the Hueneme Vikings at Calderwood Field for a May 4 game in Carpinteria. “The ‘ force’ was with the War-

John Ramirez spins into discus ring. riors as they pressured the Vikings and took advantage of some two out RBIs to cruise to the 6- 2 win,” said athletic director Patrick Cooney. Senior ace Miles Souza toed the rubber for the Warriors and he was up to the task earning a complete game win and improving his record to 5- 1. Souza used 92 pitches to scatter six hits and a walk while he struck out seven. Souza and Hunter G arcia paced the offense as they each collected two hits, each had a double and a pair of RBIs. Issac Castillo picked up the last two RBI with a situational hitting in the first and seventh innings. arcia and rich oebel each swiped a pair of bags and G oebel scored three runs. t was pretty strange to be the visitors at our own field but our team handled it well said Cooney. “We started three freshmen and three sophomores, so it shows how much we rely on the stability of our three seniors. Luke Lounsbury, Souza and Castillo have figured in every win and today was no different. The younger players rally around them. Today was an especially good day for Hunter G arcia on both sides of the ball. He was productive on offense and made some really athletic plays at first base. On May 6, the Hueneme Vikings capped the season series with the Warriors with a 7-6 win at Carpinteria. Ismael Robles and the Vikings outlasted the Warriors as the seventh inning threat to tie the game was foiled. The Warriors forced a pitching change in the seventh when G arcia lashed an RBI triple to right center. Hueneme reliever Eddie Salazar needed just one pitch to induce a ground ball to strand G arcia at third. Souza and Lounsbury led the offense as each had three hits. Lounsbury scored 3 and Souza had 3 RBI. Erich G oebel was also productive as he collected two hits and scored twice. iego Nieves doubled for the arriors only other hit. “Sometimes you have to tip your cap to a good pitching effort and Robles was effective and gritty,” said Cooney. “The Hueneme defense played well behind him. It was great to see our guys respond each time Hueneme scored but also frustrating to know that we made just enough little mistakes for the Vikings to expose. We had a chance to tie in the seventh which was exciting, but I bet our guys know that we put ourselves into a tough spot. We’ll bounce back and improve.”

Dragons conquer Warriors in boys volleyball match

On May 4, the Carpinteria Warriors started out strong in a non-league match against oothill Tech in boys volleyball. e began with a nice lead in the first set before finally succumbing to the ragons said coach ickey aughey. oothill Tech, a division 3 team, then won the next two sets 15- 25, 18- 25 to take the match in three straight sets. “Serving is usually the best part of our game, but tonight we missed way too many serves and couldn’t get into a rhythm,” said Caughey. oach Bret Shellabarger called strategic time outs to slow the ragons down and it seemed to work for a little while but the ragons were not to be denied aughey added.


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Coastal View News • Tel: (805) 684-4428 Isa Alarcon passes the baton to Alondra Badillo.

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ABOVE, Samantha Cruz dribbles by a Hueneme defender. LEFT, Ainslee Alexander lands in the sand in the triple jump. BELOW, Mateo Handall and a Foothill Tech competitor are neck and neck coming to the end of the 4x400 relay.

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Graciella Verdugo drove in four runs on three hits to lead the Carpinteria Warriors past Hueneme 13-2. Verdugo slammed a home run in the first inning and a double in the fourth.


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party requested an extra 24Areporting Thursday, May 13, 2021 patrol in a parking lot on Carpinteria 24  Thursday, May 13, 2021 Avenue around the time when school gets out, citing an ongoing issue with skateboarding on the property that causes property damage. The reporting party frequently contacts the skateboarders and said they are “rude and verbally aggressive.” They have also been coming onto the property during the weekend.

2337 hrs / Narcotics / 900 block Concha Loma Drive

While conducting foot patrol to the rear of an apartment building, deputies contacted two men sitting in a vehicle. One man admitted to having a hypodermic needle and a meth pipe. The other admitted to having methamphetamine. Both subjects were cited and released.

0434 hrs / Drug Possession / 4200 block Via Real

had been contacted earlier in the day and was advised by motel staff that he was not welcome on the property. He was arrested and booked for trespassing.

2215 hrs / Drugs and Stolen Mail / Upson Road

Deputies initiated a traffic stop for vehicle code violations. The driver initially identified herself with her sister’s information to avoid being arrested for a probation violation warrant. A passenger, sitting in the rear seat, was found to be on pre-trial probation. While speaking to the subjects, they were observed attempting to conceal mail. Once they handed over the mail, which did not belong to them, a search of the vehicle was conducted. Over 100 pieces of stolen mail from approximately 25 residences were recovered. Over two ounces of meth, pipes and forged checks were also found. The driver and passenger were arrested and booked on numerous charges.

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A man was observed smoking in the area. During the contact, the man admitted to being on parole. It was determined he was on post release community supervision through Ventura and that he had cut off his PS monitor.

0315 hrs / Drug Possession / Via Real

A man was stopped for an expired registration and found in possession of suspected heroin. He was cited and released.

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