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Enter this newspaper’s online May ‘Favorite Garden’ photo contest There is only one week left to submit your photos for the “Favorite Garden” photo contest. Go to delmartimes.net/Contests to enter your photos for a chance to win a $100 gift card to Roy’s Restaurant and have your photo featured in the paper. At the end of the month, our editors will select the winner from the entire pool of submitted photos. Have a look at this photo from Anita Flagg titled “Monarch and his shadow.” Do you think you can beat this? Submit your photo today. Be on the lookout for the start of our June photo contest; the theme will be “Best Graduation/Prom Photo.” DelMarVoices.com/CarmelValleyVoices.com/SolanaBeachVoices.com is where you can access almost anything regarding these communities. Create your profile, submit photos, create groups and events, converse with other community members, and more. These sites also have great tools for your business. You can list your business, build your business profile, even run your own online marketing campaigns. Visit today, its free! Don’t forget to visit DelMarVoices.com/CarmelValleyVoices.com/SolanaBeachVoices.com.

(Above) Front row, L-R: Michael Vaughn, Ravi Gopinathan, Anjali Gopinathan, Kelsi Otto, and Jessica Mar. Back row, L-R: Sierra Otto, Keshan Pansuria, Joanna Ding, Gia N. (partly hidden), Mr. Miller, Lukas N. (partly hidden), Connor Hunt, Caroline Bao, Eli Smith, Andrew Park,Vikram Duvvur, and Miguel

Ashley Falls students shine at science event Ashley Falls Elementary School students participated in the San Diego County Office of Education Science Field Day (http://www.sdcoe.net/lret2/science/?loc=esfd) on May 12. Led by science teacher Mr. Miller and parent coaches, Ashley Falls’ young scientists participated in 14 events and came away with a haul of 11 medals: 6 First Place, 3 Second Place, 1 Fourth Place, and 1 Fifth Place.

Canyon Crest Academy students honored at Science & Engineering Fair First Place winners in Powders Event: Eli Smith and Andrew Park.

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Canyon Crest Academy students recently honored at the 58th Greater San Diego Science & Engineering Fair included (Advisor: Wendy Slijk): •Manita Singh (Senior) — 1st place: Engineering-Material Biology •Dillon Patel (Sophomore) — 1st place: Engineering - Energy and Transportation •Vaishnavi Rao (Junior) — 1st place: Biochemistry •Yousuf Soliman (Sophomore) — 1st place: Computer Science •Michelle Xie (Senior) — 1st place: Behavior/Soc Acoustical Society of America, San Diego Chapter •Bianca Ray Avalani (Junior) — 1st place: Computer Science •Nikita Akkala (Junior) — 2nd place: Medicine •Eric Chen (Sophomore) — 1st place: Medicine •Sara D’Souza (Sophomore ) —1st place Biochemestry •Wynton Goulding (Junior) — 2nd place — Medicine •Nicholas Merchant-Wells (Junior) — 4th place: Environmental

Del Mar Village Association’s Sunset Soiree to be held June 21 The Del Mar Village Association will hold its popular annual Summer Solstice event in at the Powerhouse Park in Del Mar on June 21, from 5-8 p.m. This event celebrates the arrival of summer with food and wine tastings from Del Mar restaurants and California wineries and breweries. Guests have the opportunity to taste food from more than 20 Del Mar restaurants and 15 California wineries and breweries while enjoying live music and a silent auction. Powerhouse Park in Del Mar is located at 1658 Coast Boulevard in Del Mar. Cost is $60 per person. Purchase tickets early as the event has sold out in advance for the last five years in a row. For more information, visit www.summer.delmarmainstreet.com/

SB celebrates Memorial Day with public ceremony The City of Solana Beach and Solana Beach Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 5431 will co-host a Memorial Day ceremony from 11 a.m. to noon on Monday, May 28, at La Colonia Community Center, 715 Valley Avenue. Camp Pendleton Young Marines will be the honor guard. State Senator Mark Wyland will be the guest speaker, as well as Solana Beach Mayor Joe Kellejian and Randy Treadway, Post Commander for VFW Post 5431. The Santa Fe Christian School Band will perform patriotic songs. For more information, please call 858-720-2453.

St. Peter’s offers remembrance for Memorial Day The annual Community Memorial Day Service will be held at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church on Monday, May 28, at 11 a.m. After a traditional service of hymns and prayer, there will be a Memorial Roll Call, during which names of deceased members of the armed services will be read. The service will conclude with Taps. The featured speaker for this year’s Memorial Day Service is Lt. Col. Larry G. Brown, USMC. He is currently assigned to Third Marine Air Wing, MCAS Miramar. Larry, his wife, and two daughters are active members of St. Peter’s. Please contact the church office at 858-755-1616 as soon as possible if you would like to include the name of a deceased military member, so that they may be remembered and prayed for during this important service. St. Peter’s Del Mar is located at 334 14th St. in Del Mar Village, one block east of Highway 101.

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5.24.12 Carmel Valley News  

■ Time to start planning for vacation fun. Pages B16-B19. ■ New book offers practical advice on coping with life’s obstacles. Page 5 www.SUR...

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