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MEMO TO STATE DEMS: Vaccination DON’T BANKLaw ONTakes ANTITRUMP FEELINGS Effect But Under Challenge


ndorsements and coattails never meant much s schools begin openinghave around California, the in California From Ronald Reagan, whose state’s newpolitics. vaccinate-or-stay-out-of-school policy strong efforts noteffect keep major offices ought to becould taking at last,state more than in 18 Republican handsthe after his first term as governor, months after December 2014 measles outto Jerry who usually endorses only breakBrown, at Disneyland that propelled it. after fellowUnder Democrats have been assured party’s backing, the new law,already all students enteringtheir kindergarten this fall big names muchshots, influence over voters. must havehave had not twohad measles a mumps and rubella (MMP) The most classic example coattails in 1980, vaccination, their final dosesofof lagging polio vaccine andcame a diphtheria, when Reagan carried California the presidential tetanus and pertussis (whoopingin cough) injection. election by a record margin, but Democratic U.S. Sen. Cranston won reParents who don’t want to provide theseAlan for their kids can home election with children, a larger edge. Even Arnoldkids Schwarzenegger, who school their but unvaccinated who may be carryeasily won twice, pushed through than half the baling any of election those once-dreaded diseases areless no longer welcome in lot propositionsThat’s he endorsed never ushered a single fellow kindergarten. becauseand unless 94 to 96 percent of children Republican intoofstatewide office. in any group 100 are vaccinated, there can be no guarantee That’s disease why it may be premature for Democrats to celebrate, as against outbreaks. they quietly have, the negativeexample feelingsofmost California voters The most recent California what non-vaccination have about came Republican presidential Donald Trump. can bring in Nevada Countynominee last March, when many stuDemocrats hopeRiver Trump will beSchool a gift were that gives them dents at the Yuba Charter kept out of plenty classes this fall, wishing he will GOP turnout evenwas though more more than a week afterdepress an unvaccinated child diagnosed Republicans than everofficials voted in thethe June primary election while – 2.1 with measles. Health said child was infectious million in all, 1.55 million Trump. Of course, Democrats more attending school. Classesfor were shut down because only about 43 than doubled the springtime Republican drawing 4.5 percent of kindergarten pupils enteringvote, the school insome fall 2015 million ballots vaccinations into the contest party nominee Hillary had up-to-date and between an epidemic could have resulted. Clinton Sen.57Bernard Manyand of Vermont the other percentSanders. in those classrooms were All this matters because Democrats fervently want to hang onto exempted because of a “personal belief ” provision written into their current 39-14 margin in California’s to the House previous state law, allowing parents to delegation claim vaccinations ran of Representatives and would alsoThe lovenew to regain the brief counter to their religious beliefs. law, known as SBtwo277, thirds theyonly heldfor twochildren years ago in the Legislature, which allowsmajority exemptions medically unable to receive gave them with virtually complete control of Sacramento. vaccines, parents required to produce a doctor’s note before Possibly the biggest beneficiary of a small Republican turnout getting that exemption. might be Sacramento County’s two-term DemocraticinRep. Ami Unvaccinated students admitted to kindergarten previous Bera, thecontinue midst ofinaschool, fund-raising scandal his father will yearsin will however. Whenwhere they reach 7th grade, do jailparents time after raising larger-than-legal campaign their willfraudulently have to provide written evidence of vaccination. donations But foesfor of him. vaccination, who have long insisted vaccines backThis story around Bera’s just before fire and leadbroke both in to media adverse reactions anddistrict more disease, arethe not primary, he still 53.2 percent the first Junemove vote, was compared giving upbut their fightgot against the law.of Their trying with 46.8 percent for incumbent Sheriff Scott to qualify a referendum for thisRepublican fall’s ballotcounty aiming to overturn Jones. system, though got a SB 277.Under They the got state’s far too Top few Two signatures toeven qualify it forBera a vote. clear of the primary vote – he and Jones alone on So majority they’ve turned to a Superior Court judge were in San Diego the ballotseeking – the pair face offtoagain in November. County, anmust injunction suspend the law until higher Bera’scan fund-raising won’t go. away before the election, courts rule on itsproblems constitutionality andThat some voters ballots forBut himanininitiative the primary move haswho alsocast not early yet succeeded. promight known about theballot issue aiming before they voted. So SB Jones posednot forhave the November 2018 to overturn 277 has hope,alive, but probably needs a strongfor GOP vote tosignatures. oust Bera. remains with a Sept. 26 deadline gathering That’s just reason hope denials Trump of depresses the ReAmid allone this, there Democrats are no credible research showpublican ing that turnout. no more than 86 percent of those at Disneyland had Withvaccinated voters alsobefore due to the decide issues fromtothe death been dayhot-button many were exposed measles. penalty to continued tax surcharges wealthy,according from legalThe actual rate may have been as lowon asthe 50 percent, to ized recreational requiring condoms the Journal of themarijuana Americanto Medical Assn. Becausein thepornosciengraphic there’s a good chance even Republicans detest tificallyfilms, accepted vaccination level for so-called “herd who immunity” Trump will94 vote. is at least percent, there was ample opportunity for infection So Democrats and supposedly independent action comand 145 cases were recorded among those atpolitical the theme park and mittees backing them have begun sending out campaign mailers others who came in contact with them later. associating Trump with every Republican they of. “This is what happens when parents opt outcan of think vaccinations, That happened thiscases spring in the sprawling Loswho Angeles as roughly half the occurred in children were County not vacsupervisorial district heldtofor more the than 25 years by the cinated but were eligible receive shots,” wrote LilatermedAbassi, out Antonovich, who nowCouncil seeks aon state SenMD,Republican director ofMichael medicine for the American Science ate One mailer carried photos of five Republicans seeking andseat. Health. theBecause powerful county them “part of still Donald Trump’s some whojob, havecalling been vaccinated can contract meaRepublican Party.” is strong and direct, as they did at Disneysles when exposure Themost mailer, sent for consider Democrat“herd Darrell Park, helped him into land, physicians immunity” vital to disease the November runoff against Antonvich’s former chief of staff, prevention. Republican Kathrynstate Barger, an areaPan, thatSB has277 often elected Said Democratic Sen.inRichard author and GOPers to Congress and the Legislature. The Democratic hope, the Legislature’s only practicing pediatrician, “It is unfortunate plainly, is that forperpetuate Trump will drive some Republicans there are still antipathy people who misinformation about the away from polls.of vaccines and minimize the dangers of vacsafety andthe efficacy California’s history indicates this won’t one thing, cine-preventable diseases that disabled andwork. killed For millions annuit’s here to pullavailable.” a single lever and cast a vote for any allyimpossible before vaccines were party’s full slate of candidates. Because officestudies, requires a The safety of vaccines has been proveneach in myriad and separate vote, chances are most Republicans won’t think about their efficacy is clear from the small incidence of diseases like Trump theysince reachvaccines the congressional anddeployed. legislative parts rubellawhen and polio for them were of their ballots. But that doesn’t quiet nay-sayers any more than photos from All of deflated which means Democrats shouldwho be concentrating on turnspace flat-earth advocates still hold occasional ing out their own voters this fall,is not worrying depressing conventions. What’s important that parentsabout understand that the GOP vote. If they do thatpreferences, well, the Republican regardless of their personal they don’tturnout have thewon’t right matter much, except inofa others few places, because there are so many to expose the children to potentially deadly ailments. more registered Democrats here than Republicans. Elias has covered esoteric votes in eight national political Elias has covered esoteric votes in eight national political conventions. His book, “The Burzynski Breakthrough, The conventions. His book, “The Burzynski Breakthrough, The MostPromising PromisingCancer CancerTreatment Treatmentand andthe theGovernment’s Government’s Most Campaignto toSquelch SquelchIt,” It,”is isnow nowavailable availablein inaasoft softcover cover Campaign fourth edition. His opinions are his own. fourth edition. His opinions are his own. Email Elias Email Elias atat


The Healthy Geezer with Fred Cietti HeartburnAn Elderly Thing?


• Do you get more heartburn when you are older?

More than 60 million Americans experience heartburn at least once a month and more than 15 million Americans experience heartburn daily. Heartburn is more common

among the elderly. Heartburn two or more times weekly may be caused by gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD. See a doctor if you have heartburn too often. The doctor can test for GERD. In the upper GI series, you swallow a liquid barium mixture. Then a radiologist watches the barium as it travels down your esophagus and into the stomach. Another test is an endoscopy, in which a small lighted flexible tube is inserted into the esophagus and stomach. And there are other tests. GERD makes stomach acid flow up into your esophagus. There is a valve at the lower end of the esophagus that is designed to keep acid in the stomach. In GERD, the valve relaxes too frequently, which allows acid to reflux, or flow backward. A hiatal hernia may contribute to GERD. A hiatal hernia occurs when the upper part of the stomach is above the diaphragm, which is the muscle wall separating the stomach from the chest. The diaphragm helps the valve keep acid from coming up into the esophagus. When GERD is not treated, you can suffer from severe chest pain, narrowing or obstruction of the esophagus, bleeding, or a pre-malignant change in the lining of the esophagus. One study showed that patients with chronic, untreated heartburn were at substantially greater risk of developing esophageal cancer. The following are some symptoms that may mean there has been damage to your esophagus: difficulty swallowing, a feeling that food is trapped behind the breast bone, bleeding, black bowel movements, choking, shortness of breath, coughing, hoarseness, weight loss. You can control infrequent heartburn by changing your habits and using over-the-counter medicines. For example, you should avoid heartburn-producers such as chocolate, coffee, peppermint, tomato products, alcoholic beverages, greasy or spicy dishes. Quit smoking because tobacco inhibits saliva that helps with digestion. Tobacco may also stimulate acid production and relax the esophageal valve. Lose weight. And, don’t eat two hours before you go to sleep. For infrequent episodes of heartburn, take antacids, such as Alka-Seltzer and Rolaids. Or, you can take an H2 blocker such as Pepcid and Zantac. Then there are proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), a group of prescription medications that prevent the release of acid in the stomach and intestines. Doctors prescribe PPIs to treat people with heartburn, ulcers of the stomach or intestine, or excess stomach acid. PPIs include Prilosec and Prevacid. GERD is a chronic disease that calls for continuous long-term therapy. To decrease the acid in your esophagus, raise the head of your bed or place a foam wedge under the mattress to elevate the head about 6-10 inches. Avoid lying down for two hours after eating. And don’t wear tight clothing. Prescription medications to treat GERD include the H2 blockers and the PPIs, which help to reduce the stomach acid and work to promote healing at prescription strength. In addition, there are agents that help clear acid from the esophagus. Surgery is an option if other measures fail. A surgeon can improve the natural barrier between the stomach and the esophagus that prevents acid reflux.

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Heartburn and Vitamins


-Steven Godlewski

eartburn symptoms can often be relieved if sufferers make a few lifestyle changes. Many people can significantly reduce the occurrence of symptoms by avoiding heartburn triggers and behaviors that contribute to acid reflux flare-ups. Not everyone suffers from heartburn, even when they eat spicy foods. For millions of people, however, heartburn is a chronic condition. There are several reasons an individual’s heartburn will occur. While these things can cause heartburn in people who only have occasional episodes, they can be big triggers for those suffering from chronic heartburn. It isn’t just food that can cause heartburn. Sometimes it’s the medications we take to treat other conditions that can be the culprit. Some medications can cause heartburn by relaxing the lower esophageal sphincter, allowing stomach contents to reflux back up into the esophagus. For those who suffer from heartburn the symptoms can be unbearable at times. For some, prescription medication is necessary to treat heartburn. There are also vitamins that can be taken along with prescription medications to help provide some relief of the symptoms of heartburn. Before discussing any vitamins and supplements that can be beneficial in relieving the symptoms of heartburn, I must stress that you talk to your doctor before adding anything new to your diet. Although it is rare, certain vitamins, supplements and herbs can react adversely with prescription medications. It is also important to research the vitamins you are interested in taking, as some are not well tolerated by those with stomach disorders and can be more harmful than good. Below is a list of some of the most common vitamins, herbs and supplements that can be used to help relieve and manage the symptoms of heartburn.

Vitamin C

: (250 mg to 500 mg twice per day) useful in temporarily reducing your stomach acidity.

B Vitamins

: are essential for proper digestion and energy production. Cho-

line, pantothenic acid, and thiamin are B-complex vitamins that can have long-term digestive benefits. Choline is an important element of the fatdigesting substance known as bile. Having too little choline in the body can interfere with the body’s ability to produce bile and digest fats properly, and increases the risk of developing gallstones

Vitamin B-complex

includes several different components, each of which has the potential to interact with drugs. It is recommended that you discuss the use of vitamin B-complex and your current medication(s) with your doctor or pharmacist.

Folic Acid

: (400mcg per day) is a B vitamin needed for cell replication and growth.

Vitamin D

: serves to maintain mineral homeostasis by regulation of calcium absorption in the gut.


: (30mg per day) is an essential mineral that is a component of more than 300 enzymes needed to repair wounds, synthesize protein, help cells reproduce, boost immunity, and protect against free radicals, among other functions.


alkaline balance

helps maintain a healthy acid/


: supplements can provide quick relief from heartburn. Calcium may also help the body in the long term: Calcium is not just stored in bones, but circulates the body in the bloodstream and helps to produce the hormones and enzymes that the body needs for regulate energy release, proper digestion, and metabolism.

Aloe Vera

: is another fast-acting supplement that acts as an anti-inflammatoryArticle Submission, and frequently helps soothe the irritation in the esophagus that can be caused by heartburn. Aloe Vera has been used in Europe and Japan to relieve heartburn and ulcers for many years.

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reetings precious people, this week we continue our series entitled, “A day in the life PART LXXII of Jesus the Messiah.” As a reminder, we are doing this series that you may come to know the truth about Jesus as the Word of reetings precious people, this week we God the Bible conveys continue it. We are looking at the our series entitled, “A day in the life of Jesus the Messiah.” As a reminder, Apostle John’s account we are for he gives the most de-doing this series that you may o m e tailed account ofc Jesus’ to know thebefore truth about final hours the Jesus as the Word of God Crucifixion. recordedit.for theWhat Bibleis conveys We usare in John 14-17 looking at are thesome Aposoftlethe most profound John’s account for he teachings of Jesus found gives the most detailed inaccount the Word God the of ofJesus’ final Bible. marks hoursThis beforealso the Crucifixthe last few hours of Jeion. sus’What timeiswith His for dis-us recorded ciples prior to His cruin John 14-17 are some of cifixion. In John 16:12-15 the most profound teach“I have yet many things ings of Jesus found in the to say unto you, but ye Word of God the now. Bible. cannot bear them This also marks the last Howbeit when He, the few hours of Jesus’ time Spirit of truth, is come, He will guide you into all truth: with disciples prior of to Himself; but whatsoever He for HeHis shall not speak His hear, crucifixion. In John shall that shall He speak: and He will show you 15:26-16:11 we read of Jesus warning and comforting His things to come. He shall glorify Me: for He shall receive “But when the it Helper whom I shall ofdisciples, Mine, and shall show unto comes, you. All things thatsend the Father therefore said that who He shall take to youhath fromare theMine: Father, the Spirit of I,truth proceeds offrom Mine, shallHe show unto you.” theand Father, willittestify of Me. And you also will Lastwitness, time webecause saw part of have His (the work bear you been Holy with Spirit) Me from the isbeginning. to: “And when (the have HolyI Spirit) come, will Thesehe things spoken is unto you,He that ye reprove world of sin, andshall of righteousness, andsynof should the not be offended. They put you out of the judgment: Of sin, because theythat believe not onkills Me; you Of agogues: yea, the time cometh, whosoever righteousness, because I go to my Father, and ye see Me will think that he does God service. no more; Of judgment, because prince this world And these things will they dothe unto you, of because they is judged.” have not known the Father, nor me. But these things have Now Jesus continues to explain to His disciples the I told you, that when the time shall come, ye may rememPerson and work of the Holy Spirit. The first thing we ber that I told you of them. And these things I said not see is that He is identified as the Spirit of Truth. The untoSpirit you atwill thenever beginning, because I was with you. But Holy mislead or misguide the follower I goChrist, my way himalways that sent me; of The you ofnow Jesus Hetowill lead usand intonone truth. asks me,must ‘Where youthen, going?’ becausetoI be have question be are asked amBut I willing ledsaid of these things unto sorrow hath filled heart. Nevthe Holy Spirit? In you, order for anyone to beyour led of the Holy ertheless I tell yoube the it is expedient for you Spirit there must a truth; surrender of one’s will to that Him.I go away: for ifon I go not away, theon Comforter not come When I insist my way; rely my own will understandunto you; but if I depart, I will himmy unto you.I And ing; refuse to acknowledge Himsend in all ways, am NOT surrendered see countless in when he is come,toheHim. will We reprove the worldexamples of sin, and the of God the of men who chose to follow of Word righteousness, andBible of judgment: Of sin, because they either their counsel or the counsel of others believe notown on me; Of righteousness, because I gorather to my than the and leading of me theno Holy Spirit always ending in the diFather, ye see more; Of judgment, because saster. prince of this world is judged.” The nextlet thing we see isthe thewarning Holy Spirit’s oneness with First, us consider that Jesus gives to the Father and the Son. Just as Jesus was completely His disciples. Please understand this important truth, submitted to the Father and spoke nothing of Himself, this warning (promise) of coming persecution to the so the Holy Spirit will speak nothing of Himself, only person who chooses to follow Jesus was not only to His that which is told to Him by the Son. So much of the disciples of Jesus’ day but to all throughout the ages. HisChurch has missed this important truth. Many false tory proves this out, look at our present day, thousands of teachings are being embraced today by the church that Christian are martyred year. The Apostle are so obviously contraryeach to the Words of JesusPaul andsaid yet this, 2 Timothy 3:12 “Yes, and all that will live godly the false teachers are telling us that the Holy Spirit in is Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution.” the one that gave them this “new revelation”. What a lie! this promise of ‘a’ coming Jesus gives I doWith not disbelieve that spirit persecution, gave them the message a word ofout great He the promises the Comforter, the they spew butcomfort, it was not Holy Spirit. The AposHoly Spirit to be with us at all times. Jesus was about tle Paul tells us of our days in 2 Thessalonians 2:9-12 to depart them and is return AsofHe was “Even him, from whose coming after to theHeaven. working Satan with all power and signs and lying and with all restricted because of being in awonders, human body, as the deceivableness them that perish; disciples wentofallunrighteousness over the known in world preaching the because received nothave the love the to truth, thatthem, they Gospel,they Jesus would not beenofable be with might be saved. And for this cause God shall send them but through the Holy Spirit, He would be able to go with strong that they believe a lie: all of delusion, them anywhere theyshould may go. That theysee allamight damned believed not We also part ofbe the work ofwho the Holy Spirit in the the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.” world today, He is to convict (convince) the world of sin, Finally, the Holy Spirit will glorify Jesus, not righteousness, and judgment. No man is able toHimself. see how Just as Jesus did not seek to draw attention to Himself great of a sinner he is without the enlightening of the rather to the Father, the Holy Spirit is drawing attenHoly Spirit, for every man thinks more highly of himtion to Jesus. Therefore it is a mistake to draw an inorself than he ought. It is the Holy Spirit that reveals the dinate amount of attention to the Holy Spirit; yes, the righteousness of God and unrighteousness Holy Spirit is important in the a Christian’s life for of allman, that and it is the Holy Spirit that convinces man that is He does to conform us to the image of the Son so there our ata day of judgment in which all will have to stand before tention needs to be on Jesus.

a Holy God and give account pastor of everofidle word, thought, Drew Macintyre is associate Calvary Chapel deed, and inaction. None will escape this day of reckonof Alpine and can be reached at 619-445-2589, or ing without the advocate (Jesus Christ) to intervene for Drew Macintyre is associate pastor of Calvary Chapel of them. Alpine and can be reached at 619-445-2589, or

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-Gregory Hall

rom the mid-20th century music that reverberates throughout the event to the countless numbers of preserved classic cars that line the streets, as well as the low rumble of dozens of Harley Davidson motorcycles that drive through the area, the La Mesa Classic Car and Bike Show provides a rare glimpse into an era of history when these vehicles were common around the city. Every Thursday night in the months of July and August, the city of La Mesa transforms its downtown area into a showcase of classic cars and motorcycles, recreating a sense of nostalgia and history that attracts thousands of car enthusiasts from the local community. Headed this year by Jack “Jump’n Jack Flash” Leary, the show returns for its 24th year after being cancelled the year before due to construction throughout the city. He and other volunteers worked tirelessly this past year to bring this event back for the community. To thank them for their countless hours of sacrifice and volunteer work, State Senator Joel Anderson recognized the many volunteers with Senate certificates of recognition for outstanding community spirit. He remarked, “The La Mesa Classic Car and Bike Show strives to support the local community by providing various ways to entertain fans of classic vehicles, as well as educate younger generations on the importance of these cars and bikes. I am grateful for Jack and the volunteers of the La Mesa Classic Car and Bike Show for putting together an incredible community event that made our summer special.” The improvements, which included a newly paved main road, freshly planted trees, and park benches for people to sit and relax, were met with high praise from classic vehicle judge, Gary Darr. Standing alongside his judging partner, John Costner, Darr remarked that it was “kind of neat that we didn’t have a show last year since the streets were under construction. It turned out pretty good if I have to say!” Costner cheerfully added that the event brings “a lot of families out, with either a grandma or grandpa along with their two grandkids just strolling and looking at the cars.” Upon saying this, he quickly pointed out the multitude of families walking around the streets, each staring wide-eyed at the number of cars available for viewing. Darr echoed his partner’s sentiment, saying, “A lot of the younger boys look at the motorcycles and say, ‘I want to do something like that, Dad!’ Doing an event like this is how you learn.”

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WILD WEST CASINO NIGHT V LAKESIDE — The Victorian Roses Ladies Riding Society presents their Wild West Casino Night 5 on September 10, at the Lakeside Rodeo Grounds, Lakeside, from 6-10 pm. This event benefits local horse rescue organizations. Ticket price is $20/person & includes $200 in play chips. Beer or wine glasses are $20 each and come with 4 free drink tickets. Raffles, silent auction, door prizes, roulette, black jack, craps & poker tables, as well as a Cornhole Tournament. Food will be available for purchase by Descanso Junction Restaurant & Catering. For more information, photos & tickets, please visit casinonight.html or or call 619-3220009 or 619-754-5555. You can also get tickets at Double S Feed in El Cajon or at the door.

LMV Living History

EAST COUNTY — Lore of the Laguna’s returns as the Laguna Mountain Volunteer Association presents its 29th Annual LIVING HISTORY after a twoyear hiatus. The past comes alive in this re-enactment of life in the Laguna Mountains, starting in the early 1900s and going back in time. Visit with Native Americans, rugged cowboys and turn-of-the-(last) century mountain men. Meet the first Laguna Forest Ranger, and relive the summer encampment of a 1908 pioneer family from Imperial Valley. How did they survive back then without any modern devices or conveniences and most of all, cell phones or social media? It was a slower pace, but lives were just as eventful and full of adventure as they are now. Come, see history come alive! Saturday, Sept. 3 and Sunday, Sept. 4, 2016 at the Red-Tailed Roost Volunteer Headquarters near Mount Laguna in the Cleveland National Forest. Just 45 miles east of San Diego on I-8, then 8 ½ miles N on Sunrise Highway (on left, past mile marker 22.5). Hourly presentations beginning 9:30 am – 3:30 pm., Saturday and 10 am - 2 pm, Sunday. Free admission. Don’t miss the fun! For more information, visit the LMVA website at or call the Laguna Visitor Center at (619) 473-8547 or the Alpine Ranger Office at (619) 445-6235.

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La Mesa Oktoberfest 2016 Join us for the 43rd Annual La Mesa Oktoberfest! LA MESA — This is the largest Oktoberfest Celebration West of the Mississippi with over 100,000 attendees. This free event is spread out over nearly six city blocks in the La Mesa Village and features hundreds of exhibitors, family friendly activities, German food, music, dancing, outfits, games and of course beer. This year, to enhance your Oktoberfest experience on many levels, the City of La Mesa has teamed up with veteran event producers EventWerks. They produce a variety of events including several Oktoberfests each year, (Dana Point and Lake Arrowhead). We look forward to having you join us in 2016, and YES, some vendor spaces still available.

SPRING VALLEY — Enjoy free entertainment, refreshments, and activities at the 10th annual Spring Valley Library Fiesta, a celebration of Latino Heritage Month. This year’s Fiesta is being held on Saturday, Sept. 24 from 1p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Spring Valley Library, located at 836 Kempton St. The Fiesta offers events and activities for people of all ages, including performances by Danza Azteca Calpulli Mexihca of San Diego and Mariachi Del Pacifico. Attendees can also tour a Low Rider Car display, watch Ballet Folklorico performances and children can participate in crafts and face painting. Community information booths will offer a variety of informational handouts and other resources. The library will have free opportunity drawings throughout the event. Parking is limited, so plan accordingly. “The Spring Valley Fiesta is a wonderful opportunity for community members to gather in celebration of Latino Heritage Month and enjoy expressions of culture through music, dance and art.” said Branch Librarian Charlotte King-Mills. The Spring Valley Library wishes to thank the community for its support and extend a special thanks to its partners: the Friends of the Spring Valley Library, San Diego County Parks and Rec, Platt College, Heaven’s Windows, Spring Valley Youth & Family Coalition, Care 1st and the San Diego County Latino Association.


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Grossmont College Welcomes Lorenze Legaspi as Newest VP EL CAJON – As Grossmont College’s senior leader in Administrative Services, Lorenze Legaspi’s job is to oversee the business end of operations at East County’s oldest community college. But the Bay Area native points out that beyond fiscal management and budgeting, the bottom line is serving students and ensuring that decisions are made with their success uppermost in mind. “I am an educator first – an educator who happens to be good with numbers and who understands the important role of budget and finance in student success,” said Legaspi, whose name is pronounced LOR-enz Le-GAS-pi. Legaspi started as vice president of Administrative Services in early July, and oversees a wide array of departments from business services and printing to facilities maintenance and grounds. He holds a bachelor’s in finance from California State University, Long Beach, a master’s in education from Wilkes University in Pennsylvania, and a certificate in community college leadership from Claremont Graduate University. “Our college is excited to have Lorenze join our extraordinary team of administrators, faculty and staff,” said Nabil Abu-Ghazaleh, president of Grossmont College. “He possesses a strong skill set in higher education budgeting and planning, and superior interpersonal and leadership qualities that will serve our institution well in the coming years.” With the exception of a part-time stint working for Keenan and Associates in college, Legaspi’s professional career has been directly in the community college system. Before coming to Grossmont College, Legaspi worked as manager of Administrative Services at the School of Continuing Education (SCE) at North Orange County Community College District. During his time at SCE, Legaspi’s accomplishments included implementing processes that directly linked budget to planning and creating diverse enrollment management strategies. Legaspi said it was the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District’s top-notch reputation statewide that first appealed to him. A visit to Grossmont a week before his job interview sealed the deal in his mind that it was the place for him. “I parked in Lot 4 and saw athletes setting up for competition in the sand volleyball courts,” he said. “I went up to them and told them, ‘I’m going to be interviewing for a job here – what’s this school like?’ They said they loved it and they seemed as excited about the academic programs here as they were for the athletic program. I walked through the campus and really liked it from the start – it felt right for me.”

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he Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at SDSU for students age 50 and better will host its fall kickoff event from 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 10 at the Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center on the SDSU campus. Attendees will: • Learn more about fall course offerings and exciting leadership opportunities • Enjoy free refreshments and an opportunity drawing • Meet instructors, new and returning members, and the OLLI staff • Register for classes Space is limited for this free event. Please RSVP by Sept. 2 at, (619) 594-2863, or osher@ OLLI offers a fascinating array of topics every semester. This fall, students can choose from 46 exciting options: 20 courses, six book clubs, four Edventures, seven workshops, seven lectures, and two special events. There are no tests, grades or exams, just the thrill of learning with like-minded peers. The OLLI catalog is online at Students may receive a printed copy by filling out their contact information on the OLLI home page or calling (619) 594-2863. Registration is open. SDSU’s College of Extended Studies reaches out to San Diego, the nation, and the world with a wide variety of lifelong learning opportunities, and more than 50 certificate programs for career advancement. Topics range from contract management, construction, and craft beer, to grant writing, marketing, and human resources. And many programs are available online. The CES also offers one of the largest ESL programs in the U.S. through the American Language Institute; and university-quality courses to students age 50 and better through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Other opportunities include seminars, study abroad, corporate education and access to regular SDSU classes through Open University. For more information or to register, visit or call (619) 265-7378 (SDSU). Dolan hosts a one-hour sports talk radio show Tuesdays from 6 to 7 p.m. on East County’s “The Mountain – 107.9 FM.” The show may also be heard on the Internet at

EAST COUNTY BIZwith Rick Griffin La Mesa Chamber of Commerce to host La Mesa City Council candidate forum

The La Mesa Chamber of Commerce will host a “Meet the La Mesa City Council Candidates Forum” from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 15, at the La Mesa Community Center, 4975 Memorial Dr., La Mesa. Admission is free. No RSVP is required and seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. A reception will be held from 5:30 to 6 p.m., prior to the start of the question-and-answer session moderated by Bill Hammett, a Chamber board member and local business owner. Three candidates running for the La Mesa city council have been invited to attend. Each candidate will be allowed a three-minute opening and closing statement and three minutes to answer each question posed to them, according to Mary England, president/CEO, La Mesa Chamber of Commerce. “The Chamber has been hosting this important community forum each election cycle for the past several years and is pleased to offer this opportunity again this year,” said England. “We encourage everyone to attend and meet candidates running for office and who wish to lead La Mesa, in this neutral setting.” For more information, contact England at (619) 465-7700,, or visit www. England said Chamber members are invited to submit questions to the candidates in advance. The deadline for advance questions from Chamber members is Friday, Sept. 2. Questions can be sent to chamber@ “Questions will be taken from audience members at the event, but we also would like our Chamber members to have a voice even if they can not attend,” said England. “The most popular advance questions will be asked by our moderator and he will state that the question is from a Chamber member.”

Sharp Grossmont Hospital ER operations sold to Tennessee company

A physician services organization based in Knoxville, Tenn., has acquired the operations of the medical group that staffs and manages Sharp Grossmont Hospital’s emergency department. TeamHealth Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: TMH) said in a press release it has purchased the Grossmont Emergency Medical Group (GEMG), which provides care to more than 100,000 patients each year through staffing and management of the emergency department at Sharp Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa. “We are excited to partner with TeamHealth, an organization that offers a like-minded, physiciancentric culture,” said Erwin Handley, MD, managing partner of GEMG. “Grossmont Emergency Medical Group’s mission is to improve the health of everyone we serve, and TeamHealth will provide the resources and support necessary to continue delivering on this promise.” “The physicians and advanced practice clinicians of Grossmont Emergency Medical Group have a reputation for providing excellent patient care,” said Michael D. Snow, president and CEO of TeamHealth. “As we continue to expand our presence in California, we look forward to partnering together to serve the greater San Diego community.” TMH said it has affiliations with more than 19,000 physicians offering outsourced services including emergency and ambulatory care and medical call center services to about 3,400 acute and post-acute facilities and doctor groups nationwide.

East County tie-ins to Junior Achievement awards

Junior Achievement of San Diego will induct several East County philanthropists into its San Diego

Business Hall of Fame on Tuesday, Sept. 27, at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar. JA’s Hall of Fame recognizes outstanding business and philanthropic leadership over a career span of service in the San Diego community. The black-tie event will feature dinner, auction and awards presentation for the 2016 Hall of Fame Laureates. All proceeds from the event will benefit JA’s mission to impact 75,000 students by teaching them how to get a job, start a business and how money works. This year’s JA Hall of Fame Laureates from the East County will include Laurie and Carlee McGrath and Bob Taylor and Kurt Listug of Taylor Guitars. The McGraths donated $1million to name the McGrath Family JA BizTown. Thanks to their support, 16,000 fifth graders each year are challenged to work together and earn a profit at one of the 21 life-size shops inside the thriving mini-city. The McGrath Foundation has also supported various YMCA centers, including a pledge of $2.5 million to the East County Family YMCA for the McGrath Family YMCA & Sports Complex in Rancho San Diego. The two entrepreneurs behind El Cajon-based Taylor Guitars have a list of clients that includes a number of Grammy award winners. Founded in 1974, Taylor Guitars has grown into the leading global builders of acoustic guitars. Today, the company employs more than 900 people in the United States and across the globe. However, what makes the founders different from most executives is their dedication and compassion to give back, not only to the San Diego community but to the citizens living in the African country of Cameroon. In January 2014, the U.S. State Department honored Taylor Guitars with an Award for Corporate Excellence to honor the company’s transformative work in the ebony trade and in the lives of those employed at its ebony mill in Crelicam, Cameroon.

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