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1st Annual FC Sol Invitational Soccer Tournament a Huge Success! Nearly 400 youth soccer players and 30 teams competed in eight different age brackets ranging from U9 - U14, on what turned out to be a beautiful weekend for soccer! Congratulations to our local teams on being tournament champions and finalists: FC Sol BU9, San Elijo Matrix GU9, FC Sol GU9, FC Sol GU10, and FC Sol GU12.

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FC Sol Girls U9 Tournament Champions

Albertsons Gets Kids Cooking! Albertsons sponsored a “Get Kids Cooking” contest and made a donation of $1000 to San Elijo Middle School. The contest encouraged students to cook original recipes that were healthy. The store provided nutritional information and then worked with the PTO to provide incentives & prizes. 

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Movie at the Park! Gather up your neighbors and friends and head over to the park for movie night. The City of San Marcos will present a free movie in San Elijo Park on Saturday, July 16. The PG-rated movie “Despicable Me” will be presented on a large inflatable screen in high definition.

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Our mission for The Fountain is to connect San Elijo Hills residents to each other and to key resources with the goal of building community in San Elijo Hills and the greater San Marcos area. We moved to San Elijo Hills in 2001 as part of the first four families to move into the Cedar Crossing development. The Fountain is a great example of what can happen when neighbors build strong relationships and get busy putting their ideas and skills together for the good of the community. We hope you find this community publication reflective of our excitement to be in San Elijo Hills and our desire to build something that brings us all closer together. We invite you to join in the fun and get involved. Copyright 2011. All rights reserved. Reproduction in any form, in whole or part, without written permission is prohibited. The Fountain is a monthly publication highlighting house, home and community building. The Fountain accepts freelance contributions, though there is no guarantee that unsolicited material will be returned. The Fountain is not responsible for the views of contributing writers and assumes no responsibility for errors appearing within. Opinions expressed are those of the writers and not necessarily those of the Publisher or advertisers. We reserve the right to restrict all advertisements to their proper classification and to edit or reject any copy.

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on your doorstep K a r e n SMith

Editor’s Corner

Celebrating Freedom! I love summer – especially July. It’s the first full month of freedom from the school routine and it’s usually the first full month of solid sunshine (Don’t let me down Mr. Sun!). This summer, I’m also celebrating a newfound freedom. This will be my last issue as editor of The Fountain. For those of you who have known me since our first issue of The Fountain back in 2003, you’ll know that’s a big milestone for me! I still remember that first issue that Tim and I created and hand-delivered ourselves. We didn’t know how it would be received, but we were so excited to bring our talents to the community in a way that would draw us all together. Sure enough, it did! We are so proud of what we’ve developed. Today, our company publishes not only The Fountain, but three other monthly publications here in Southern California and Arizona. It’s amazing what you can build in eight years with your next door neighbor! You should try it! Seriously, go knock on their door right now and start something! Even if it’s just a block party! It just might change your life!

For those of you who love me (and I know there are least a few of you out there!), I hope you’ll follow me along on my next journey. As an entrepreneur, I am a starter and a founder. I just can’t help myself! So, this new freedom will allow me the opportunity to bring some of my latest ideas into the tangible world. You can keep an eye on me at www.karenfriendsmith.com. Subscribe to my blog there, too, if you’d like to stay touch and receive a quick ‘shot of inspiration’ from me on a weekly basis. My TGIFriday posts will be designed to

provide a little inspiration as the weekend begins. You can also email me at karenfriendsmith@gmail.com.

I will still be right here in Cedar Crossing and will still be very active in the community serving on the San Elijo Hills Foundation board and anything else I manage to get myself into! I love participating in activities that build community, so if you have an idea you’re trying to materialize, I’m always game for a think tank or a good brainstorm.

It’s always hard to leave the safety of something you’ve known for so long. I’ll miss the habit of this 30-day production cycle that has kept me running in full circles for eight years. But, I’ll also enjoy the new freedom that comes from jumping out of the wheel and moving on to a new phase of my life and career! I am pleased to hand my Fountain editorial torch off to a good friend & neighbor who served as our editor a number of years ago, Karishma Sinnott. Next month, you’ll read her words here in this corner and she’ll be looking to hear from you so you can help her add her own flare to these pages.

But, I cannot leave without stopping to thank each of you for the honor of your attention each and every month…for reading each page, supporting our advertisers, and contributing your stories and ideas. It’s been such a blessing to serve the community in this capacity and I know the legacy we’ve created together will continue long past our own days here in the neighborhood, as long as we keep passing the torch and celebrating everything that is good in our community!

Movie in the Park Gather up your neighbors and friends and head over to the park for movie night. The City of San Marcos will present a free movie in San Elijo Park on Saturday, July 16. The PG-rated movie “Despicable Me” will be presented on a large inflatable screen in high definition. Bring beach chairs and blankets for lawn seating. Pre-show activities start at 6 pm and the movie starts at dusk! See you there!

Garage Sale Thank You! The Jonville Team would like to thank everyone for their support and participation in the Community Garage Sale & Charity Event they hosted here in San Elijo Hills on May 28. The Jonville Team passed out 700 garage sale maps the day of the event and 110 homes participated. Donations totaled a record high for this event:   $1,502!  The donations will benefit San Elijo Schools and The Heart of Grace Foundation (http:// www.HeartofGrace.net). Thanks again to everyone for making this annual tradition a success! pag e 6 : th e fo u nta i n

ON G O I N G

CLUBS & EVENTS EverY Wed  

Network San Elijo! Don’t miss the We d n e s d ay morning networking group. Network San Elijo! meets at the PepperTree Hills Eatery here in San Elijo Hills every Wednesday from 7:30-8:30 am. Contact: Lauren Lanni (760) 815-7563

JUly 7 & 21

 

Book Mobile The San Diego County Library Book Mobile will be at the Visitor’s Center parking lot from 4 to 6 pm on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month.

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Hills Women’s Club

SEHWC is a philanthropic and social group which includes women of all ages. Members live in San Elijo Hills and surrounding communities; they meet the second Tuesday of each month at 7 pm. For more club information, please contact Martha Kaloogian, SEHWC President, at sehwc@yahoo.com or call (760) 736-4044.

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 LUNA Moms Club and Stroller Strides Interested in connecting with other moms? Join the local LUNA Moms Club every Friday at 10 am at the Lower Tot Lot (by the water feature).

Neighborhood Block Party August 6 The San Elijo Hills Community Association is encouraging residents to stir up a Neighborhood Block Party on August 6. Wouldn’t it be cool to have a Block Party in every neighborhood of SEH that day? Step up and make it happen! You’ll find a “How to Plan a Block Party” guide on page 22 that was put together by the Association. If you follow that outline, you could have a perfect party planned for August 6. Don’t wait for someone else to plan it. Step up and get your neighbors together! Events like this go a long way in creating safe neighborhoods full of vibrant relationships!

Stroller Strides Class, MonWed-Fri from 9-10am. Contact: Bre Hamideh bregetfit@gmail.com

 Lake San Marcos Art League JUly 18

The Lake San Marcos Art League meets on the third Monday of each month at Lake San Marcos at 1:30 pm. Artists demonstrate and refreshments are served. Come join us! Contact: Char (760) 761-0755

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First Annual FC Sol Invitational Soccer Tournament A Huge Success!

The Women 2 Women Business Networking Dinner is a relaxed dinner/networking gathering for women. They meet on a Tuesday evening each month from 7 to 9:30 pm here in San Elijo Hills. Attendance is limited to 20 and membership is not required. $20 a person includes dinner. Contact: Shirley Benton (760) 744-7244

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 San Elijo Running Club The San E l i j o Running C l u b meets regularly for a variety of runs. Beginners to seasoned athletes are welcome. Times and locations are subject to change but you can find information about upcoming runs at http://www.meetup. com/runningmeetup/ or contact Dax at the number below. Contact: Dax Ross Dax@Larsenglobal.com (760) 473-5261

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Women’s Wisdom This networking group for women meets on the 4th Monday of each month here in San Elijo Hills from 6-9 pm. Contact: Judy Foster judy@womenswisdom.net (760) 798-4183

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Hills Moms Club New meetup group for moms in the San Elijo Hills, Old Creek Ranch & Venzano A great time to meet and socialize. Park days, field trips, playdates, scrapbooking and moms night out. The more the merrier! Contact: De Anne Crossman (760) 529-3231

FC Sol, San Marcos’ Premier Soccer Club continues to lead the charge in San Marcos Youth Soccer. The club recently held their 2011 and 1st Annual FC Sol Invitational competitive soccer tournament on the fields of San Elijo Elementary and San Elijo Middle School over the weekend of June 11/12.

Nearly 400 youth soccer players and 30 teams competed in eight different age brackets ranging from U9 - U14, on what turned out to be a beautiful weekend for soccer! Congratulations to our local teams on being tournament champions and finalists: FC Sol BU9, San Elijo Matrix GU9, FC Sol GU9, FC Sol GU10, and FC Sol GU12.

“It is so much fun to watch not only our FC Sol teams compete right here in our own backyard, but all the other competing clubs and teams as well. There are so many talented players and teams right here in our own community. They deserve every opportunity to showcase their skills on their home fields, and at the highest level of competition possible. We look forward to growing this tournament in the future. There are many positive things that can come from hosting these tournaments, not only for our club, but for our community, and the City of San Marcos. FC Sol will strive to continue our efforts to put San Marcos youth soccer players and teams on the map in San Diego and Southern California. This is a very exciting time for our club, for our community, and for the City of San Marcos,” said Chris Fitzsimmons, Founder and Director. The club would like to take this opportunity to thank all of their staff and volunteers who helped make this tournament a success. It was a complete team effort on all levels. Thank you FC Sol Families!

They would also like to take this opportunity to thank the sponsors who contributed to this tournament and continue to contribute to the club: Hendo’s Local Pizza and Pints, Extraordinary Conceptions, Children’s Physicians Medical Group, Hometown Realty, and Dick’s Sporting Goods. Don’t forget it is still not too late to sign up for the FC Sol Fall Recreational Soccer Academy and Summer Soccer Camp! Complete details are available at www.fcsolsoccer.org.

Finally, be sure to be on the lookout for our advertisement in the August addition of The Fountain, which will have complete details and information regarding our 2nd Annual Fall Kick Off BBQ Event, which will be on Saturday, August 20 at San Elijo Hills Park. This year’s event is sure to be even bigger and better! w w w.th efo u n ta i n- o n li ne .co m

San Elijo Hills Women’s Club Sponsors Clothing Drive The San Elijo Hills Women’s Club is sponsoring a Clothing Drive to benefit “Second Chance,” a San Diego agency that provides numerous programs of self-sufficiency for those in need. One of Second Chances’s most successful programs is PREP (Prisoner

Re-entry Employment Program), which provides job readiness and placement for the recently paroled. PREP graduates “shop” in a clothes closet to choose appropriate attire for job interviews and the workplace. If you would like to donate gently used, work-appropriate clothing and accessories, please call Julie Wells (760-798-1818) for drop-off or pick-up. Collections will be made through the month of July.

Kids’ Sewing Camps Looking for something fun to do with the kids this summer? SewingMachinesPlus.com in San Marcos is offering several Kids Sewing Camps this summer for ages 6 & up. Camps run July 19-21 from 10 am to 1 pm OR Saturday, July 23 from 10 am to 3 pm. The class costs $45. They will meet at and have

a tour of a Quilt Shop (Quilter’s Paradise – 1451 Montiel Rd, #140, Escondido) on the first day of class and purchase supplies needed for the class. The first day, kids will make a shopping bag from an old t-shirt and the 2nd & 3rd day, they will make a very space placemats. Kids 10 years old & younger may need to have a parent stay & help. For more information and to register, please call San Elijo Hills resident, Hinde Socol at (760) 739-9222 or hinde@sewingmachinesplus.com.

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on your doorstep Fun Friday Nights for Children

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Mark your calendars right now so you can take advantage of a night out with your spouse or friends. The City of San Marcos is offering several Friday nights this summer where you can drop your kids off at the San Elijo Recreation Center on Elfin Forest Rd. The kids will enjoy a night of games, crafts, pizza and movies with friends while being supervised by trained recreation leaders. The program is open to children ages 4 to 12. You have to register in advance by going to www.san-marcos.net. (Minimum enrollment must be met, so gather up some friends for a group date!). Upcoming dates include: July 8 and August 12. It cost $20 per child with a $5 sibling discount.

Don’t forget to look for this month’s insert in The Fountain featuring specials and information from our San Elijo Hills storefronts. You’ll also find some great neighborhood resources on the Buy Local Map for July.

1,000 Cranes

5th Annual SeaWorld Shamu & You Family Walk

On March 11, the whole world watched the devastation Japan had encountered with a 9.0 magnitude Earthquake and giant Tsunami waves that swept across 12 prefectures of the Island costing many lives including families and chilStudent Sean O’Tool and dren. In response, all six of the 3rd Alexis Hayashi grade classes at San Elijo Elementary School participated in the “1,000 Cranes” project. Classes included: Drucella Van Voorhees, Vallerie MeQuet, Christina Kaiser, Peter Versteeg, Shannon Williams, and Jane Mc Gavin.

Students made paper cranes and wrote down their personal messages, including prayers and wishes to show their sympathy. In Japan, there is a symbolic meaning for 1,000 cranes where they believe that a person’s wish will be granted after he or she folds 1,000 cranes. The cranes will eventually be sent over to Japan once things are settled and a monumental place is structured. In the meantime, they will remain here for display at a local city library or college during the summer. The project was proposed by a volunteer art docent, Somruthai Hayashi, who has been teaching Origami to the children since beginning of the year. “Crane folding was the very first lesson I taught the class. After what happened to Japan back in March, I thought it would be nice to have the children folds 1,000 cranes with their wishes written on them and hoping that we can send the cranes over to Japan to show that we care. I’m so proud of what the kids did and knowing that it teaches them about reaching out and caring to others whenever crisis happens,” Hayashi shared.

We hope you’ll find ways this month to shop our neighborhood first. It does take some effort, but the pay offs are great. Buying local benefits all of us and helps to make San Elijo Hills the special place that it is.

If you have a great Buy Local story or testimonial to share, please let us know at karen@fountain-inc.com!

The Crossman family, active residents here in San Elijo Hills, are putting together a team to participate in the upcoming Shamu & You Family walk for Rady Children’s Hospital. The walk is scheduled for Saturday, October 1. It will be a fun day and a great activity for your family. You can chose the 1-mile or 4-mile course starting at the South Shores Boat Ramp and crossing through SeaWorld.

The Crossmans have set up “Team Brendon” and will walk on behalf of their son who suffers from ITP (a blood platelet disorder) as well as Hemolyic Anemia & Neutropenia (low white 7 red blood cell counts. They would LOVE to have you join them as a walker or donor. For information, contact De Anne at sanelijospiritmom@cox.net. You can find more information about the walk at http://shamuandyouwalk.kintera.org.

Rady Children’s Auxillary – San Elijo Hills Resident of San Elijo Hills, De Anne Crossman, is interested in creating a Rady Children’s Hospital Auxillary chapter here in San Elijo Hills. She’s looking for other residents who might be interested in participating. If you’d like to join the interest list, as options for this are explored, please send an email to De Anne at sanelijospiritmom@cox.net.

San Elijo Residents - World Champions Ashley Hayashi (9) placed 1st and fraternal twin sister Alexis Hayashi placed 2nd at the San Diego Grand International Martial Arts Competition a world-rated competition. Ashley and Alexis live here in San Elijo Hills and attend SEES. The competition was held on April 30 & May 1, 2011 at the downtown San Diego Concourse, where 500+ competitors competed in different styles of martial arts including Karate, Tae Kwon Do and Kung Fu. Ashley and Alexis who are both blue belts, competed in the Karate Traditional Form Intermediate Divisions where they represented the local San Marcos school, the International Institute of Martial Arts (IIMA). pag e 8 : th e fo u nta i n

Family Self Defense Workshop, July 23 IIMA, is a 20,000 sq ft location, located at 456 Mission Drive, San Marcos. IIMA has children, adult and family classes from 4 on up. Curriculum includes Karate, Tae kwon do, Krav Maga (12 and up) and Grappling. Resident of San Elijo Hills, Ken Hayashi, coaches, volunteers and teaches at IIMA, conducting special classes on bullying and family self defense/safety. The next Family Self Defense Workshop is schedule for Saturday, July 23 from 2-4 pm. The idea behind the workshop is to educate women, men, families, and college students in how they respond and react to possible be assailants. Workshop involves awareness drills, education, self-defense and “the element of surprise” techniques. Contact IIMA for more details at (760) 591-0456.

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on your doorstep San Elijo Hills Stanford SAT Ace Shares Her Notes

2011 Mustang World Series Champions

Keziah Sonder Plattner, a sophomore at Stanford University and a 2010 graduate of Santa Fe Christian High School, isn’t resting on her high school laurels. After attaining top scores on her SAT, ACT, and AP tests, Keziah will be spending her first collegiate summer teaching Ivy League hopefuls how to succeed in testing and admissions processes.

Several San Elijo families celebrated the recent win of the Pony Baseball San Marcos Cardinals 10U who took home the title of the 2011 Mustang World Series Champions at Mission Sports Park last month. Congratulations to all of the players and coaches for an historic season!

The San Elijo Hills resident was selected to teach this summer with Revolution Prep, an innovative test prep company founded in 2002.  Keziah will be the head instructor for Revolution’s Ivy Insiders classroom courses and tutoring programs, which boast bigger SAT score improvements than any other program on the market: Between 200 and 300 points, on average. “Since I just recently went through the SAT and college process, I want to share my insights and give students strategies that really helped me succeed on the exam,” Keziah shared.

The course costs $599; private tutoring packages start at $999. Financial aid and discounts are available. Keziah was co-valedictorian of her senior class at Santa Fe Christian High School and was the recipient of the Banatao Engineering Scholarship for Filipino-Americans.  In high school, Keziah was editor of her school newspaper and co-captain of Academic Team. She currently studies Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford. Prospective students can contact Ms. Plattner about her summer programs at Keziah_SonderPlattner@ivyinsiders.com.

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on your doorstep Summer Safety Reminders! Stranger Danger

Avoid Vehicle Burglary

As summer approaches, it’s a great time to open discussions and remind children of stranger danger. Here are some tips provided by a neighbor in law enforcement that can help families prevent danger and to be safe in uncomfortable situations. ‘Bad guys’ can live in and pass through our town, but assertive adults and children are not likely to be their victims.

The San Diego County Sheriff ’s Department recently sent out a message to residents of San Elijo Hills through the community association to remind everyone of the importance of taking steps to reduce vehicle burglary. There has been a recent increase in vehicle burglaries in our community. The majority of these could have been avoided with some simple precautions. Extra patrol is being conducted by San Marcos Deputies, but residents need to be aware of their surroundings and taking steps to ensure we aren’t counter-acting their efforts by being easy targets.

• Please explain to your children who they can talk to and remind them that strangers are all people they are unfamiliar with. Would you invite them to dinner? • Decide on a secret family password for school pick-ups, opening the front door, talking on the phone, etc. • Teach children to be aware of their surroundings; take a walk and have them practice pointing out observations near and far.

We each have a role in crime prevention. Please take the following steps to protect your vehicle from being burglarized and to ensure San Elijo Hills sends a strong message against crime. • Lock your vehicle

• Lock your windows

• Take your keys with you

• Remove your garage remote • Set your alarm

• Remove number codes from your keys • Lock vent windows (trucks)

• Be sure children know not to tell anyone when they are home alone.

• Leave only your ignition key when having your vehicle serviced

• Be sure children know their full name, phone number, address, and parent’s names.

• Never leave valuables in your vehicle or any items in plain sight

• Teach children how to use a phone and call 911.

• Dress children in bright clothing when visiting public places.

• Be sure that children do not walk, ride their bikes, or go to the park alone.

• Park and lock your vehicles in the garage when possible

If you want to protect your personal property, DO NOT leave it in your car. Immediately contact the Sheriff ’s Department if you observe suspicious activity, such as:

• Teach children to yell “police” or “call 911” loudly when in need of help and to go to the nearest adult.

• A stranger looking inside parked vehicles

• Visit crime prevention websites, find out what crimes are happening in your neighborhood, and get to know your neighbors. Some great resources: ncpc.org (National Crime Prevention Council), meganslaw. ca.gov, sdsheriff.net, crimemapping.com or mapping.arjis.org

Some important numbers to remember:

• Teach children to never take anything from someone who offers toys, secrets, stories, candy, etc.

• Share games, stories, and educational materials with McGruff the crime dog at mcgruff.org

• Someone tampering with a vehicle

• Any abandoned vehicle you find on your street

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• San Marcos Sherriff ’s Station Non-emergency (760) 510-5200

• City of San Marcos Crime Prevention Unit (760) 744-1050 ext. 3168 • Graffiti Hotline (760) 591-9100

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Fountains of Inspiration By Submitted by Wendy Robinson

The fountain is new to my garden.  It is a symbol that tells me each I see it or hear it, that I am alive, and that I am a survivor.  In 2006, I was diagnosed with breast cancer.  After the initial shock, I thought about the things I have yet to accomplish.  The list was long, of course, but there was one item I knew would bring me solace.  So, that was how the fountain came to live in my garden.  Every time I see it, I smile.  Every time I hear it, I smile.  I was the gardener who prepared the area where the fountain sits.  Winter’s frost had damaged shrubs and flowers alike in our Santa Clarita Valley.  So, similar to my own cancer surgery, I cut away the “sick” areas.  The trees were trimmed to allow the sun to radiate through.  Similar to my own radiation therapy, the garden was slowly being healed.  I hope in time, the shrub behind the fountain will grow and encompass it.  I can wait, for I have both hope and time. Now, that hope and that time, has brought me to 2011,  I gather at another fountain for new times and new memories.  Two new citizens of

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San Elijo Hills beckon me to come and visit.  My twin grandbabies, Hunter and Bryce, are just 6 months old.  Right now, we are mesmerized by the bouncing waters of the magnificent fountain in the park.  I look ahead to giggling children, running and hiding, and running some more.  “Come find us, Nanny,” they will say.  And I will. 

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in your backyard Council Approves Balanced Budget This month, despite continuing challenges in the state and national economies, the City Council approved a balanced budget for the City of San Marcos without significant cuts to city services or other drastic measures that many other cities are facing. At a time when other cities are literally talking about how to keep the lights on, San Marcos is able to invest in public safety, add parks and amenities, and keep our roads and infrastructure strong. While effects of the historic recession persist, San Marcos has remained on solid financial footing and projects its $65 million General Fund budget will produce a slight surpluses in the coming two years. Chris Orlando: City Council

The City has weathered the economic storm well, but it is clearly not out of the woods. The budget is balanced for the next two years, but in the third year, the outlook gets more difficult, as the city begins to face structural deficits. These challenges ahead make it very important that the City take steps today to further improve its financial position.

The largest share, nearly 39 percent, of the City’s operating budget is dedicated to public safety, with $14.3 million and $10.7 million spent on law enforcement and our Fire Department, respectively. Public Works, Development Services, Recreation, and general government support services make up the remainder of the $65 million budget. On the revenue side, the largest share of income to the city, nearly 42 percent, comes from a combination of sales taxes, property taxes and property tax in-lieu of fees. These revenue sources have all declined in recent years. While steep drops in sales and property tax revenues have begun to slow and stabilize, only slight increases of 4 and 1 percent, respectively, are

projected in the coming year. While this represents an improvement from recent years, revenues remain a challenge. One of the reasons San Marcos has maintained a balanced budget is its ability to generate other sources of revenue. Reserves from the city-owned Creekside Marketplace have provided an important backstop during the recession and rental income from city-owned properties contributes $5.7 million in revenue to Operating Budget. It is one of a number of ways the city has been able to continue to balance its budget during a difficult and prolonged recession.

These non-traditional, one-time strategies for generating revenue have buoyed city finances through several extremely challenging budget cycles. However, by fiscal year 2013/2014, the city’s ability to tap these sources of income becomes constrained, and we are faced with potential deficits in future years. It is very clear the city needs to make serious structural changes in its future budgets to address this challenge. That means real compensation reform, real pension reform and a hard look at benefits. In addition, I also believe the City needs a strong policy regarding reserves. We have built a healthy General Fund reserve of $54 million – we need a clear, principled and fiscally conservative policy for how to manage that reserve.

While the budget remains balanced, San Marcos must maintain its conservative approach to its finances and take proactive steps to head off future structural deficits. We are beginning to see signs of recovery in San Marcos shops and restaurants. A stable budget and several years of good decisions will enable San Marcos to emerge from the recession sooner than many of our neighboring cities and allow us to continue to build a bright future for our city.

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in your backyard 4th of July Celebration at Bradley Park The City of San Marcos hosting 4th of July Fireworks Celebration on Monday, July 4th at Bradley Park located at the corner of Linda Vista Dr. and Rancho Santa Fe Rd. in San Marcos. The evening’s free entertainment featuring Craig’s Band will begin at 6 pm.  Bring beach chairs and blankets for lawn seating. Carnival games, jumpers and food sales will be available on site. Food concessions will include hot dogs, hamburgers, pizza, snow cones, and non-alcoholic beverages.

The fireworks display, which is funded entirely by donations from the businesses and citizens, begins at 9 pm. Contributions are still needed and will be accepted through July 11. Please send your tax-deductible contributions to San Marcos 4th of July Fund, 3 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA 92069 or to donate online, visit http:// activenet.active.com/sanmarcosreg. Call (760) 744-9000 for more information.

Celebrate Birds at Jack’s Pond Park  The City of San Marcos Community Services will sponsor an interpretive event about birds on Saturday, July 9 at Jack’s Pond Park. From 9 am to noon, participants will explore hands-on displays of feathers, nests and make a bird feeder to take home. In addition, from 10 to 10:30 am, a speaker from Project Wildlife will show a special bird ambassador and discuss the organization’s mission to protect wildlife.

Project Wildlife serves San Diego County as a non-profit organization that promotes conservation through education and wildlife care. The organization’s volunteers care for injured, orphaned and sick native wildlife. Rehabilitated animals are released back into their natural habitats. Project Wildlife’s county-wide care centers provide emergency first aid, long term treatment, and veterinary care.

The program is appropriate for children over the age of four who can sit quietly during the presentation. Jack’s Pond Nature Center and Conservation Barn is located at 986 La Moree Road and will be open from 9 am to noon. There is a $3 charge per person. An adult must accompany all minors. Please RSVP to (760) 744-9000, x 3508. For information on hikes or the City’s trails, visit www.san-marcos.net.

Rubber Souls to perform in San Marcos Concert in Gardens Come enjoy a great evening of music for the whole family with Rubber Souls, a Beatles Tribute Band, at the Wood House Gardens in Woodland Park on Saturday, July 23 at 7 pm. Bring beach chairs or blankets for lawn seating. Food, desserts and nonalcoholic beverages (provided by Chick fil A) will be available for purchase.  Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance at the San Marcos Community Center. Prices are $6 presale, $8 at the door, $3 for children aged 3 to 12. Children under 3 are free. Parking is free.  For tickets or further information call (760) 744-9000 or visit www.san-marcos.net. 

TGIF Jazz in the Parks A great local summer tradition is the TGIF Jazz in the Parks series hosted by the City of Carlsbad’s Cultural Arts Office. You can enjoy free concerts every Friday night throughout the summer in Carlsbad parks. It’s a fun place to meet up with friends on a Friday night, pack a picnic, let the kids run on the grass, listen to great music and even kick your shoes off and dance. Concerts begin at 6 pm and end at 8 pm. The schedule of July concerts & locations is below: Stagecoach Park- 3420 Camino de los Coches, 92009 July 1 July 8

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Vicki and James both developed separate health issues over a year ago and made dietary changes and started to take a product that was recommended by their anti-aging doctor. After a short period of time, they both began to experience extremely better health overall. This was especially true for Vicki. Since then they have become involved in the health industry as independent distributors for Lifevantage, a science-based, nutraceutical company. The product they both started taking is called Protandim. Protandim is an all-natural, anti-aging supplement that has been scientifically proven to significantly reduce free radical damage, which leads to oxidative stress and aging. Through several peer-reviewed clinical trials in humans, it showed that taking Protandim for 30 days decreases the presence of biological markers of aging by over 40% . This product radically changed Vicki’s health for the better. As they both experienced the health benefits, they became enthusiastic and now have a real passion to share this product with everyone they come in contact with. For additional information, you can contact James and Vicki directly at (619) 743-3990 or visit their website to see the ABC Primetime Investigative Report: at www.mylifevantage.com/HealthEz.

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school news SEES 2011/2012 PTO Executive Board

Running Club Participants

Co-Presidents: Molly Corbin & Jenny Orlando

Twice a week, in the half hour before school, Launa Cornell held Running Club for SEES. The following students are recognized for their achievement in running 100, 200, 300 and even 400 laps over the course of the school year. Thank you to La Costa Orthodontics for providing t-shirts and Jimbo’s for providing Smoothie coupons to Running Club participants. Thank you Launa for all your hard work bringing this incredible program to our students. Also, we would like to recognize and thank Stephen Redford, Vila Baskes, Justin Pitcarin, and BOB for helping each with Running Club.

Co-Treasurers: Kim Isbell & Charles Zahl VP Country Fair: Kim Witt (Needs a partner, interested? Contact kimscastle@cox.net.) Co-VP’s Fundraising Events: Kathy Gallagher & Nilda O’Reilly Co-VP’s Fundraising Programs: Liz Ka & Michelle Winstead Co-VP’s Community Sponsorship: Anne Browne & Nicole Apostolakos Co-Secretaries: Heather Dorny & Debbie Schwalbe Co-VP’s School Spirit: Tatiana Walton & Michele Zamora

100 laps (free smoothie from Jimbo’s )

Co-VP’s Room Parent Coordination: Lisa Gornall & Kim Stamm Co-VP’s Activities: TBD Co-VP’s Communications: Robin Rafferty & Jax Schluederberg Co-VP’s Volunteer Coordination: Jennifer Cangley & Jessica Wadley Co-Class Fund Treasurers: Launa Cornell & Lu Flodine

Thank You! Thanks to everyone who supported SEES this year in so many different ways: helping in classrooms, teaching art, serving as room parents, attending PTO events, buying and selling cookies and gift wrap, donating cash, goods and supplies, attending Eagle Theatre movies, serving on the Board and Site Council, buying books at the book fairs, attending dine outs, volunteering for Eagle Play and Running Club, the list goes on and on. We are so lucky to have such an amazing community. And, of course we couldn’t do it without our amazing teachers and staff. A special thank you to The Fountain for supporting SEES all year. Thanks San Elijo Hills for helping our kids SOAR! We also want to recognize and thank the Jonville Team for their generous donation to SEES from the proceeds of the San Elijo Hills garage sale in the amount of $736.

SEES Track Team Last month, the following students represented SEES in the District track meet. Those athletes with an asterisk came in 1st, 2nd or 3rd in their race.

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Third

Fourth

Girl

Boy

Girl

50 meter dash

Sophie Fredricks*

Christian Rainey

Emily Clifford*

100 meter dash

Karishma Patel

Cole Bradley*

400 meter Ind.

Jayne Yin

Blake Jackola*

Softball throw Running long jump 400 meter Relay 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

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Sean Cornell Ben Schrengaust Hayden Redmond Ben Friedman Will Gruman Sarah Cornell Ethan Pitcairn Kien Ton Lindsay Frost Elisenne Yun Cooper Murphy Caroline Carnes Charles Baskes Kennedy Muldrow Alex Ferndaez Zack Smith Dominic Colucci Ayden Cole Caden Cloud Kwan Bender Kate Munroe Jimmy Ure Emmanel Diaz Kendra Power Nathan Coates Liam Duigan Joseph Diflippis

Bert Carnes Karrington Muldrow Dylan Huy Emi Garza Addison (miss eddies class) Christian Ayres Matthew Beasley Maddy Cole Sean o’toole Haley Conrad Hanna Flodine Kelly Witt Madison Salvidar Jessie Garza Leila Raya Kento hanaturi Paul Witt Jordan Conrad Joshua F ((douglas class) Brian Marson Aidan Megan Ayva Waiton Andrew chandler Sierra Isabel Leilani Jacko Alexandria Coombs Brianna Coombs Trevor Martin Sarah Arias Rinoa Bartos

200 laps (t-shirt) Sean Cornell Ben Schrengaust Ben Friedman Ethan Pitcairn Cooper Murphy Charles Baskes Dominic Colucci Zack Smith Sarah Cornell Alex Fernandez Lindsay Frost Elisenne Yun Will Grumin Kennedy Muldrow Kate Munroe Emmanuel Diaz TJ Frost Ayden Cole Nathan Coates Karrington Muldrow 300 laps (medal) Sean Cornell Ethan Pitcarin Dominic Colucci Charles Baskes Zack Smith Sarah Cornell Dominic Colucci 400 laps (trophy) Sean Cornell

Fifth Boy

Girl

Boy

Karla Arias*

Ben Hoellwarth*

Madison Gallagher*

Trevor Allen*

Piper Wurth*

Kyle Webb*

Gabrielle Green* Aveline Langmead

Aaron David Norita* Maxwell Sterlitz* Zachary Larscheid

Cole Kenny*

Katelyn Miller*

Alec Holmes*

Claire Marion*

Kody Clouet*

Caitlin Cornell

Gavin Dinges*

Julia Fry*

Luca Lietti*

Faith Fitzsimmons*

John “Riley” Ross*

Nicole Nazario*

Brandon Miller* Zach Robbins*

Melina Sam

Dylan Dorny

Ashley Woods

Conner Casebier*

Ella Van Hammersveld

Collin Kozar

Sydney Sestina

Trevor Phillips*

Makani Bright

Johannes Hester*

Katherine Miller

Cole Bornfleth*

Madisen Helms*

Natasha Shrivas* Erin Petzold* Emily Hurley*

Kyle Griffiths*

Emma Ramaley

Saagar Dhanjari*

McKenna Mudget

Noah Wennes Nicholas Poure

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school news Congratulations to our Fifth Graders

Thank You Country Fair Supporters!

We will miss you and we wish you great success as you move forward to middle school.

In the last issue of The Fountain, we did not have a complete list of all of our Country Fair supporters. We would like to take this opportunity to recognize the following individuals, families and businesses that provided sponsorships for the Fair or supported the silent and live auction through donations of goods and services. Absolute Sales and Marketing

Johny Garza

Albertson’s/Starbucks

Little Car Productions

All Smiles Children’s Dentistry AMF Bowling Art For Children Black Box Distribution Boomers Bucca di Beppo The Sheridan Family Cocina Del Charro Coldstone Creamery Cookie Lee Crossfit San Diego Cultural Care Au Pair Cupcake Love Earth Aveda Salon El Torito Elephant Bar Fit Kids America Fro Yo Love Henry’s Farmers Market Iriata Skin Care Jason Simmons Jazzercise Jersey Mikes Jim Simmons Jimbos

La Costa Orthodontics Mad Catz, Inc. Malia Goss Photography Mama Kats

Isabel Abelardo

Madison Gallagher

Kaleb Pappas

Michael Allard

Zoe Gardner

Antonio Parvizi

Trevor Allen

Sonya Goddess

Cicilia Peart

Nishita Amancharla

Brandon Gomez

Michayla Peek

James Anderson

Gerardo Gonzales

Daniela Perrone

Jordan Anichini

Garrett Gordon

Isabella Phillips

Isabel Arcinue

McKinley Graham

Trevor Phillips

SoCal Athletics Volleyball Club

Karla Arias

Amira Hamideh

Jessica Pindiak

Stella and Dot

Delara Bahadori

Cody Hare

Chloe Pitcher

Sara Bahadori

Paul Hatala

Sophie Pitcher

Candela Baldelli

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Courtney Pobst

Johannes Hester

Rachel Racalbuto

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Maria’s Westwind Restaurant

Surfin Fire

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Tanya Hobart

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Benton Christopher

Claire Marion

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Madeleine Martinez

Ethan Cline

Cody Mathis

Kody Clouet

Paige McFarlane

Andrew Cohen

Caroline McGinnis

Arlette Colin

Dylan McKnight

Erin Collins

Nathaniel Menezes

Taylor Conlin

Kyle Middleton

Stephanie Cortez

Katherine Miller

Wesley Coull

Melina MohammadGhasem

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Kyle Kelly

Meghan Moore

Genesis Deleon

Joshua Morton

Juan Diosdado

Grace Mullison

Jillian Dohrmann

Taylor Munro

Ainsleigh Douglas

Isabella Nadolski

Macy Drake

Maximilian Nguyen

Angel Duarte

Sophia Nguyen

Connor Duignan

Chloe Nuttall

Abigail Etheridge

Ryan Orlando

Faith Fitzsimmons

Kyle Ortiz

Matthew Racalbuto Joshua Ranoco Matthew Rich Jacob Richardson John Ross Mason Royal Preston Ruhl Ashley Scharber Cate Schiffer Sarah Schiffer Tyler Semel Tyler Semprini Sydney Sestina Hannah Shazer Brice Smith Kyle Snyder Alexa Soto Rachel Stanfield Kyla Sympson Jean-Pierre Teatai Ariki Malia Teets Jack Thornton Catherine Tolano Jack Tomes Hannah Trotta Isabella Veytia Joshua Volpe Jeffrey Wang Jennifer Webb Kayleigh Webb Kyle Webb Tyra West Tierra Wilson Julian Wong Ashley Woods Piper Wurth Susan Zahl Kathryn Zamora

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school news Ja ni ne B urto n, E n gli s h T e ac h e r at SEMS

Sharing Stories

Is history just about grown-ups who were involved in major battles or survived pivotal events? Eighth graders at San Elijo Middle School found out recently that many children in America’s past also had emotional stories to tell. These children recounted their own experiences that helped to shape our nation’s history. Mrs. Burton’s language arts honors students were each assigned to research a child from history and to walk a bit in that person’s shoes. Using articles that told the stories of children in American history, Mrs. Burton’s eighth grade honors students worked with primary and secondary sources to create lyric “found” poems that expressed the feelings children had as each experienced a specific important event in our history. [Lyric poetry expresses a strong, single emotion; “found” poetry uses actual text from another source to create poetic free verse.] For their research, students used the book, We Were There Too, by Phillip Hoose, which focuses on the children throughout American history who are sometimes overlooked when we study our nation’s past. Some major time periods or events researched were the Battle of the Alamo, Atlanta’s burning during the Civil War, Native Americans being forced to attend “Indian Schools”, cowboys of the Old West, and the Underground Railroad. Each event featured in the book centered on one child who experienced the incident or time period first hand.

Researching their historic figure, each student was then required to write a found poem, based on primary source quotes or inferred emotion, expressing that child’s feelings during the historical event, and a summary paragraph which introduced the child to the reader. Students also included primary source images and proper MLA citations for the project. This assignment was a collaborative effort, with students attending a special lesson presented by the school’s librarian, Mary Clark, who taught them how to properly search for and cite primary source images, using MLA format, to accompany their project. Larry Dovenbarger, a Teacher on Special Assignment with the district’s EETT Grant [Enhancing Education Through Technology], also aided students in getting their images into digital presentations, using netbooks in the classroom. This poetry poster project was the culmination of an honors poetry unit, and students were to publish their found poems three ways: through the use of technology creating Mahara ePortfolio presentations which are visible to all students, through Moodle forum posts, where other students could read and respond to each other’s poems, and through the hard-copy poster on display at the school’s library.

Albertsons Gets Kids Cooking!

Don’t Forget! Get your Vaccine!

Albertsons sponsored a “Get Kids Cooking” contest, which encouraged students to cook original recipes that were healthy. The store sent over applications and information on nutrition to the school and worked with the PTO on the program. As part of the program, parents were also encouraged to participate and to shop, with a percentage of the proceeds going back to San Elijo Middle School.  SEMS PTO Co-President, Keith Castiglione of Hometown Realty San Marcos and La Costa, donated an iPod as part of the prizes available.  The following students placed in the competition.  • Grand Prize Winner: Blake Steinecke made “Heavenly Wraps” (wins $500 worth cookware and $50 gift card) • 6th Grade Runner Up: Riley Pidgeon made “Albertsons Easy Egg Cups” • 7th Grade Runner Up: Jenny Castiglione made “ Grilled Flank Steak Tacos with fresh pineapple salsa”

Thank You Albertsons! Albertsons presented a $1000 donation to San Elijo Middle School as part of the Get Kids Cooking program they recently coordinated with the PTO.

All 7th through 12th grade students are now required to get a Whooping Cough (Pertussis/ Tdap) vaccine BEFORE starting the 2011-12 school year.  This is required only for the 201112 school year per Assembly Bill 354.  Please email, fax, or personally deliver proof of your student’s vaccination to the school.  Students without proof will not be allowed to receive their schedule, take their picture, or receive their books during our V.I.P. Days on August 10, 11, and 12.  Please see the San Elijo Middle School website for all of the information, including places that are currently giving the Tdap inoculation.

• 8th Grade Runner Up: Syndey Pidgeon made “Bodacious Bows with Sydney’s Secret Sauce” • All Runners Up won an Albertsons $50 gift card.

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school news Sports Highlights from 2010-2011 at SMHS The sports program at San Marcos High School continues to expand and improve. Below are just some of the highlights from the various sport seasons during the 2010-2011 school year. As students gear up for next year, we hope to see the community get involved in supporting the sports programs and in attending sporting events. Fall Sports, which includes: Football, Cross Country, Field hockey, Girls Golf, Girls Tennis, Girls Volleyball, Boys Water Polo Highlights: â&#x20AC;˘ All Fall sport teams qualified for CIF playoffs

Winter Sports, which includes: Basketball, Wrestling, Soccer, Girls Water Polo Highlights: â&#x20AC;˘ Boys Basketball, Wrestling, Boys and Girls Soccer Qualified for CIF Playoffs â&#x20AC;˘ Boys Soccer wins League Title

â&#x20AC;˘ Girls Soccer Wins League Title

â&#x20AC;˘ Both Soccer teams win the Ogden Cup â&#x20AC;˘ Boys Soccer CIF Semi Finalist

â&#x20AC;˘ Rudy Trujillo All CIF Selection for soccer

â&#x20AC;˘ Wrestler Drasko Bogdonovich wins CIF in the 168 lbs class

â&#x20AC;˘ Parent Night guest speaker, Roger Blake State CIF Associate Executive Director

â&#x20AC;˘ 62 Scholar Athletes ( Juniors/Seniors with 3.0 gpa or higher)

â&#x20AC;˘ Golf team wins the City Cup

Spring Sports, which include: Baseball, Softball, Lacrosse, Swimming, Boys Tennis, Track, Boys Volleyball

â&#x20AC;˘ Hiring of Hall of Fame USC Coach John Robinson

â&#x20AC;˘ Golfer Kelsey Peters winning the City Cup and is Avocado East League Champ â&#x20AC;˘ 79 Scholar Athletes ( Juniors/Seniors with 3.0 GPA or higher)

Highlights: â&#x20AC;˘ Baseball, Golf, Boys Lacrosse, Softball, Swim, Track, Volleyball qualified for CIF Playoffs

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â&#x20AC;˘ Softball Pitcher, sophomore Christina Clermont throws perfect game

â&#x20AC;˘ Several school records broken in track and swim

â&#x20AC;˘ Softball Pitcher Christina Clermont sets CIF record with 19 consecutive strikeouts â&#x20AC;˘ Boys Volleyball wins League Title

â&#x20AC;˘ Baseball players William Munroe and Steven Fisher are awarded Division 1 scholarships

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co m m uni t y l i fe s t y le : h o m e By St e ph an ie G arris on, R e s ide n t o f San El ijo Hills

The Joy of Reading – Outdoors Whether you have a designated nook in the back yard, an interior courtyard, a deck, a balcony, or a tiny front patio entrance, you can carve out a space to suit your lounging needs. This doesn’t have to mean an extensive outlay of cash – in fact, you may already have most of the components you need to create your retreat – but it does require some planning. First, designate your area of choice. If you have the square footage to do so, find a locale that gets less foot traffic – next to the kids’ playset won’t work. Is there a forgotten or under-used spot in the yard? That’s your best bet: remember, this is meant to be a place to escape to and get lost in a book. Next, clear up any debris or items that aren’t being used – this is a good opportunity to either store, donate or dump any excess baggage. Once you have a level area, secure the surface – ideally, there should be some solid form of exterior flooring, whether it’s concrete or pavers or even loose flagstone. It’s more durable for furniture to sit upon in the long run. The best way to define your “reading room” is to anchor it with an outdoor mildew-resistant carpet. This immediately frames your location and gives it a measure of importance. Even a tiny 3’ x 5’ throw rug can support a small-scale chair, side table and potted floor plant. Select the largest size rug possible for the space – if need be, combine two for larger areas. Create a polished look by using larger-scale planters and greenery to border the perimeter of your retreat. Not only does this element of nature soften any stucco walls and hardscape, but it provides shade and can help muffle sounds. Speaking of walls, if you are in a covered space, consider softening it further by hanging outdoor curtains. Even a pocked-sized front porch reading area can feature a pretty Balinese screen for interest. You can achieve a polished

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ow that it’s the start of the summer season, take a moment to remember all of the books you’ve been meaning to read. We’re so plugged into a fast-paced existence these days, that slowing things down to achieve balance in our lives is incredibly important. Nothing is more satisfying (and sometimes, challenging!) than making an effort to appreciate the written word. This is the perfect season to set up a fabulous exterior room, break out a good story and spend some quality time outdoors.

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n July 4, we shoot fireworks, attend picnics, watch parades and otherwise celebrate our nation’s independence and the many freedoms we enjoy. But as you go through life, you’ll find out how important it is to work towards another type of freedom — financial freedom. That’s why you need to put strategies in place to help you work towards your own Financial Independence Day. Unfortunately, there’s no way to “sugarcoat” this task, because it will be challenging. In recent years, a combination of factors — including depressed housing prices, rising health care costs, frozen or eliminated pension plans and the financial market plunge of 2008 and early 2009 — has made it more difficult for many of us to accumulate the resources we’ll need to enjoy the retirement lifestyle we’ve envisioned. In fact, the average American family faces a 37 percent shortfall in the income they will need in retirement, according to a recent report by consulting firm McKinsey & Company.

But now that we’ve gotten the “bad” stuff out of the way, let’s turn to the good news: You can do a great deal to work towards financial freedom during your retirement years. Here are some suggestions that can help: Save and invest more. Obviously, the younger you are, the greater the benefit you’ll get by increasing your savings and investments. But whatever your age, you’ll find that it pays to save and invest more. During difficult economic times, of course, it’s not always easy to boost your savings and investments, but try to find ways that are as “automatic” as possible. For example, whenever you get a raise, increase your 401(k) contributions, which come directly from your paycheck. And whenever you get a “windfall,” such as a tax refund, try to use part of it for your IRA or another investment account. 

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esidents interested in throwing a Community Block Party now have a guide that provides all the information needed to host a fun block party in your neighborhood. Brought to you by the San Elijo Hills Community Association, the simple steps are included below and have also been posted on the San Elijo Hills Community Network at www.sanelijohills.net under Library documents.

Step 1. Have a Planning Party. Invite a few neighbors over to plan the party. Think of the planning process itself as an opportunity to have fun and make some lasting friendships. Try to involve neighbors you don’t know well who may know other neighbors you don’t know well. Don’t stress over planning the perfect party, sometimes the most casual events are the most fun.

The Community Association is encouraging residents to host a community block party in their neighborhood on Saturday, August 6. So, start getting your plan together and see what you can stir up in your neighborhood!

Step 2. Choose a Location. You may be able to close off the street in front of your block if you want to hold activities right in the street. If you want to close a street, you will need to get a Neighborhood Block Party Permit from the City of San Marcos. (Note: A block party application processing fee of $50 will be charged in 2011 and payment is required prior to application approval, see attached city application). If you want to hold the party in yards and don’t want to close a street, the City doesn’t require permits. Despite these requirements, closing the street does have the advantage of making your party feel like a true block party rather than a private event.

If you have any questions about the Block Party Guide or if you need assistance logging onto the San Elijo Hills Community Network, contact the Community Director by phone at (760) 798-9015.

Step 3. Choose a Date. Try to pick a date 4-6 weeks in advance to allow plenty of time for planning, notifying neighbors and obtaining a Block Party Permit if needed. Step 4. Decide on Food. A party isn’t a party without food. Step 5. Decide on Activities. To spice up your party, you may want to include some games and activities. Some block parties come at the end of a block cleanup, a block garage sale, or a day of treeplanting; others have a theme such as Fourth of July or celebrating some real (or made up) neighborhood anniversary. Step 6. Deliver Invitations. Deliver invitations at least a month before the party to allow people to plan and as a courtesy to neighbors with special needs (e.g. daytime sleepers, expecting deliveries) who may need to communicate with you. Invitations are most effective if they are personally delivered. You may want to put reminders under people’s doormats about a week before the party. You can also send information to the San Elijo Hills Community Director and an e-mail can be sent to neighborhood residents signed up for the San Elijo Hills Community Network. Step 7. Observe Neighborhood Courtesies. Remember to make your block party a positive experience for all of your neighbors, even if they choose not to attend. Make it easy for neighbors to get out of their driveways and through the street. Be respectful and keep noise levels low. Step 8. Have Fun!

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Finding childcare that works within the family budget is a challenge for families at all income levels. One might assume middle-income families would have an easy time finding affordable childcare, but according to Eric Karolak, deputy director of the National Child Care Information Center, a clearinghouse that provides comprehensive childcare information resources, that is not the case. “There are a lot of families who aren’t wealthy, but they are in need,” Karolak says. “There’s a great middle who are struggling to confront the cost of child care.” According to the NACCRRA report, since 2000 the average annual cost of child care has increased twice as fast as the median income of families with children and those costs continue to rise. In many states, the annual cost for one child in a day care center full time exceeds $11,000. “In today’s economy, the number of parents losing jobs, working part time, taking pay cuts, or working two or more jobs is rising…the high cost of child care is causing many parents to remove their children from organized child care,” according to The Economy’s Impact on Parents Choices and Perceptions About Childcare, another recent NACCRRA report. So, what are the options beyond daycare? Suze Orman, well-known personal finance expert, provides online calculators for numerous personal financial calculations. Her calculator for affordable babysitting gives users the going rate for a babysitter in their area. According to the babysitter rate calculator, babysitters in most metropolitan areas charge $11 to $16 per hour. And nannies can make even more. In 2006, the International Nanny Association published a study showing live-in and live-out, full-time nanny

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One of the latest diet trends making a comeback is The Paleolithic (Paleo) Diet. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s promoted in various fitness centers and is catching on because of its focus on whole foods and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;getting back to basicsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. People often ask me what I think about the Paleo Diet. Well, as a nutritional consultant, I never have a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;one size fits allâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; response. We all are very different people. We have different tastes, physiques, professions, hobbies and we each process foods differently. There is never a blanket answer, which is exactly why people need help to find the right individualized nutritional plan. The Paleolithic (Paleo) Diet is the caveman or hunter-gatherer diet â&#x20AC;&#x201C; it consists mainly of high protein with low amount of  grains, refined sugars, starch, bread and processed carbohydrates. I am a big fan of whole foods. So, at first glance, this type of diet makes a lot of sense to me. After all, this is what our ancestors ate and when you look at images of the hunter-gatherers they seemed like they were healthy and in good shape.   It definitely makes sense to look back at what our ancestors ate, but we also have to look at lifestyle. When I compare my lifestyle to a huntergatherer, they are two very different lifestyles. I am pretty sure the caveman

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business spotlight Childish Couture has New Appeal for Savvy Shoppers Childish Couture is a fashionable and awardwinning children’s boutique in Encinitas owned by San Elijo Hills residents, Diane DeMarino and Erika Patron. Diane & Erika are neighbors in Saverne where they originally met at their mailbox 4 years ago. They each had toddlers and were expecting their second child within days of each other. With their careers and priorities changing, the friendship eventually led to the opening of a traveling boutique, supporting many local charities, and then to the opening of their storefront, perfectly located next to the Champagne Bakery in Encinitas. Childish Couture is a great example of what happens when neighbors put their skills together and get something started!

brand names, but wants to get them at an amazing deal. Samples are new outfits from a designer that are given to sales reps to show retailers for the next season. Usually samples are only offered in select sizes depending on brand. Overstock apparel comes straight from the designer and is extra inventory that they did not sell during a season. These items are usually sold online, but at Childish Couture, you have the benefit of being able to come into the store and make sure you’re getting the right fit, while still getting the amazingly reduced price.

Childish Couture offers not only the latest in fashion trends for preemie to tween and products for the mom-to-be and new mom, but also hosts fun events like tea parties, art classes, and princess play dates. Twice a year they have offered a highly anticipated Designer Sample and Overstock Sale where they have a courtyard of amazing deals priced at close to wholesale for only a few days. Due to the overwhelming response of these bi-annual events, they have officially incorporated a section of their store to have Designer Samples and Overstock all of the time, always changing. They are the only children’s boutique to offer these specials, but still carry an amazing collection of the newest fashions at the same time. This is exciting news for the savvy shopper that wants those desired

“We are excited for this new addition to our store. It’s the best of both worlds. We can offer the latest trends for the season, as well as great deals for that Savvy Shopper,” states Diane. “We appreciate bargain shopping and as much as the next shopper. It’s a win-winwin for the designer, the boutique, and most of all - the buyer,” says Erika. Come and check out the amazing boutique, the new sale section and support buying local. There is still time to sign up for the next Princess Playdate with Ariel-The Little Mermaid, on July 16. Ages 4+. $10/child - Sponsored by Cultural Care Au Pair. RSVP soon to reserve your child’s seat.

Childish Couture is located at Rancho Santa Fe Plaza, 162 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd, Suite #E-30 in Encinitas. They are open from 10 am to 5 pm, Monday through Saturday and 10 am to 2 pm on Sundays. Make sure to add Childish Couture as a Friend on Facebook for all of the latest updates on new arrivals, events and more. You can also find them online at www.childishcouture.com or call (760) 230-6000.

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