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Student council celebrates year of giving back R. Roger Rowe School students present checks to several nonprofits BY KAREN BILLING The R. Roger Rowe School’s Community Service Learning program celebrated a year’s worth of giving back to the community with a special assembly on May 24. At the assembly, the middle school student council presented checks to various nonprofits the council raised funds for throughout the year. Assistant Principal Paul Coco said the students did a great job representing their school by donating their “time, talent and treasure” and learning the importance of philanthropy. This year the students held a canned food drive for Feed America; collected 200 books in a book drive for the Monarch School for homeless youth; held a hot dog cookout and newspaper and

Rancho Santa Fe was recently well represented, coming in No. 1 and No. 2 in cookie sales out of 16,000 Girl Scouts in San Diego. Roni Nelson, right, and Melissa Thomas, left, were Nos. 1 and 2 in cookie sales respectively for the Girl Scouts of San Diego Council. Roni sold 4,571 boxes to be the top seller for the second year in a row, and Melissa sold 3,450 boxes to be the second top seller. They are members of Troop 1095 in RSF. The girls were honored on May 4 for their achievement by Girl Scouts of San Diego during the 2013 Operation Thin Mint ceremony aboard the USS Midway. The ceremony also marked the sending of thousands of boxes of Operation Thin Mint cookies to U.S. military stationed overseas. PHOTO COURTESY OF GIRL SCOUTS SAN DIEGO

The R. Roger Rowe Middle School student council held an assembly on May 24 to present checks to nonprofits Helen Woodward Animal Center, Monarch School, Sole Hope and Lifeboats for Literacy with help from the Philanthropy Club Foundation. PHOTO/KAREN BILLING blanket drive for the Helen Woodward Animal Center; and held a shoe-cutting party to support Sole Hope, an organization that provides closed-toe shoes for children in Africa.

The cloth cut during shoe cutting parties helps create jobs for women in Uganda who sew the shoes to put on children’s feet. The cloth from the party will result in shoes for 160

See GIVING, page 19

Thoroughbred training facility in RSF to close BY JOE TASH Rancho Paseana, a training facility for thoroughbred horses owned by Jenny Craig, will close its doors on May 31. Craig, best known for the weight-loss company she founded, was traveling and unavailable for comment. But a spokeswoman confirmed that the 228-acre facility on San Dieguito

Road in Rancho Santa Fe will close its doors. The property is in escrow to an unnamed buyer, and it is unknown what the new owner’s plans are, the spokeswoman said. According to online real estate sources, the property was listed for sale in 2010 for $29.95 million, and the price was later reduced to $24.95 million.

The property was originally developed by former San Diego Chargers owner Gene Klein and his trainer, D. Wayne Lukas, in the mid1980s. It includes a seasonal stream and 3/4-mile race track. The Craigs purchased the property in 1995. Nearly all of the horses that were boarded at the facility have been returned to their owners in preparation

Experts emphasize suicide prevention during TPHS Yellow Ribbon Week BY KAREN BILLING Of the 38,634 Americans who took their lives last year, 5,000 of them were teenagers. With that troubling trend in mind, Torrey Pines High School held Yellow Ribbon Week during the week of May 20 to promote suicide prevention among teenagers and to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness, such as depression. The Yellow Ribbon program was started in 1994 in memory of

people. Leticia Castellanos, the librarian at Monarch School, was caught off guard by the donation at Friday’s assembly. She had no idea that she would be receiving books that day. “This is an amazing surprise,” Castellanos said. “The kids will be very excited.” Renee Resko, director of development at Helen Woodward, brought Charlie, a three-month-old puppy up for adoption along with her to accept the students’ contribution. “We couldn’t do what we do without you guys,” Resko told the students. “You guys are an example for other kids in the community.”

17-year-old Michael Emme, who took his life because he didn’t know how to let someone know he was in trouble or how to ask for help. On campus, yellow ribbons were everywhere, students wore yellow t-shirts that said “Be strong” and an art installation near the center of campus showed a circle of yellow sticks placed into the ground, each representing a state and the number of suicides that took place in each state last

year. At the center was a broken stick with the words “Break the Cycle.” Of all the states, California had the most deaths with 3,913. The week of awareness and inspiration was led by the Peer Assistant Listeners (PALs) group and its advisor Don Hollins, who also the independent study and online learning lab facilitator. “The message is an important one and not one that students hear every day,” Hollins said.

During the week students also received “Be a Link” cards. The cards had numbers for San Diego’s 24-hour crisis hotline and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The card is also a communication tool that students use to ask for help. See SUICIDE, page 19

The Yellow Ribbon Week art installation at Torrey Pines. COURTESY PHOTO

for the facility’s closure, the spokeswoman said. Craig and her late husband, Sid, spent 20 years breeding, training and racing horses together, according to the official Kentucky Derby website. Their horse, Chocolate Candy, finished fifth in the 2009 Kentucky Derby. Another of their horses, Candy Ride, won the 2003 Pacific Classic.


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GoldDiggers end undefeated season with Rookie League Championship

GojiGirls Star Champions: Back Row, L-R: Coaches Tricia and Ray Faltinsky; Middle Row, L-R: Kaiya DeHaan, Natalie Slosar, Olivia Schleicher, Brynne Faltinsky; Front Row, L-R: Emory Spector, Lila Bobertz.

GojiGirls win Junior Dunkers Star League Championship The Rancho Santa Fe Community Center Girls Junior Dunkers Star League basketball championship game was played May 20, with the GojiGirls defeating the Penguins 43-20. It was a hard-fought game throughout but the GojiGirls pulled it out and remained undefeated behind the play of Brynne Faltinsky (23 points and 5 assists), Natalie Slosar (10 points, 5 steals), Kaiya DeHaan (6 rebounds and 4 steals) and Olivia Schleicher, (4 steals and 3 rebounds). Emory Spector (4 rebounds and 4 steals) and Lila Bobertz (2 rebounds, 3 steals). For more information on the Junior Dunkers league, contact the RSF Community Center at 858-756-2461 or visit

The GoldDiggers took home the Rancho Santa Fe Community Center Girls Junior Dunkers Rookie League basketball championship trophy on May 20. First surviving a nail- biter in their semifinal matchup, the GoldDiggers were able to pull away in the second half of the championship game against “Fade to Black,” thus keeping their unbeaten season intact in front of a sell-out crowd at Holcomb Memorial Gym. Box Score: Isabella Grust (6 steals, 5 dunks), Shea Henry (4 blocked shots, 8 rebounds), Gabriella Grust (12 assists, 3 of 4 threepointers), Lauren Gash (fourth triple-double of the season), Meia Voss (3 blocks, 5 steals, 12 of 13 free throws), Mia Grust (4 points), Kelly Slosar (8 steals).

GoldDiggers Rookie Champions: Back Row, L-R: Coaches Mike Grust, Jeff Slosar; Middle Row, L-R: Shea Henry, Isabella Grust, Gabriella Grust, Lauren Gash; Front Row, L-R: Meia Voss, Mia Grust, Kelly Slosar.







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RSF’s Susan Hoehn joins Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego Board of Trustees

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RSF best friends tops at recent trampoline championships Rancho Santa Fe BFF’s Ava Thorpe and Jenna Shapiro recently won big at State and Regional T & T (Tumbling and Trampoline) Championships. Having just returned from the Las Vegas Regional Championships, Ava won the Regional Championship in trampoline where Jenna took third in their own divisions. Ironically, in April, Jenna won the State Championship in trampoline and Ava took third respectively. The girls train at Bounce, California where coaches Glen (the first U.S. collegiate trampoline champion), Phi (a local champion gymnast from Poway), Steve and Susan train a team of kids, including Elite competitors. The girls are at the gym at least three times per week and daily in the weeks before competitions. They go to school together, train together and play together. You will find them upside down more than right side up…doing leaps, round-offs, ballet, and dance wherever they go, including the beach, the play-zones like Skyzone, or even hallways of hotels. Next up, they head to Kansas City, Missouri to compete in the Junior Olympics, National Championships.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego recently welcomed several new board of trustees members to guide the organization on its mission to provide supportive services, including food and lodging, to families with a critically ill or injured child being treated at a local hospital. “The Ronald McDonald House depends on hundreds of volunteers to serve thousands of meals each week and keep the 47-bedroom facility running smoothly, and it relies on a handful of dedicated individuals to provide guidance as members of the board of trustees,” said Doug Dawson, chair of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego board of trustees. “Our board has recently expanded and we’re delighted to have visionary philanthropists and unstoppable business minds join the team.” Among the new trustees is RSF resident Susan Hoehn, a philanthropist and owner

Susan Hoehn Photo by Boyd Harris

of Hoehn Motors, who has been highly involved with San Diego’s Ronald McDonald House for years, including serving on the ROMP fundraising gala event committees for three years and donating luxury cars for raffles benefiting the charity. “Hoehn’s philanthropic network and her knowledge of the San Diego charitable

community’s needs and motivations will help the Ronald McDonald House remain top of mind among key supporters, ultimately helping the 12,500 family members who rely on the Ronald McDonald House each year for food, lodging and other supportive services,” according to Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego. “Each member of our board of trustees dedicates their time, talent and resources to our House, enabling us to focus on how we may best serve the families who need us,” said Chuck Day, president and CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego. “This group of individuals has a range of knowledge and experience to bring to the table and we look forward to learning from them for years to come.” To learn more, visit


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Tale of four women explores life in modern India BY JOE TASH Friendship and lies. Idealism and desperation. Tradition and fundamentalism. These themes swirl through “The World We Found,” the latest novel by author Thrity Umrigar. The story centers on four women who attended college together in Bombay in the 1970s, then drifted apart as they married, had children and pursued careers. The four friends try to reconnect in middle age when one member of the group is diagnosed with a brain tumor, and her dying wish is a final reunion. Umrigar was the featured speaker at the May 20 meeting of the Rancho Santa Fe Literary Society, held at The Grand Del Mar resort in Carmel Valley. A native of India, she immigrated to the United States at age 21 to attend graduate school at Ohio State University. After college, she worked as a journalist in Ohio for nearly two decades before launching a second career as a novelist. She now divides her time between writing and teaching creative writing at Case Western University in Cleveland. “The World We Found,” which was pub-

lished in 2012, is her fifth novel, and she has also published a memoir. A phone call from America sets the tone of the novel. Armaiti, one of the four friends, had moved to the U.S. long before, but she calls to let her old school pals know of her cancer diagnosis. The other three friends, Laleh, Kavita and Nishta, still live in Bombay. Laleh and Kavita set out to find Nishta, who has dropped out of their lives, to relay the bad news. The two friends reminisce about their college years, when they sought to change the world and marched in protests and rallies. “How her father used to scoff at her and Armaiti when they would talk about building a better country,” Laleh recalled. “’A new India?’ Rumi Madan would thunder at the dinner table after listening to the two teenagers talk matter-of-factly about the imminent revolution. ‘What do you girls think this is, a school play? What ‘new India’ are you two going to build? Darlings, if there is to be a new India, it will be built by the politicians and the businessmen. Above all, the businessmen. Not by a

Author Thrity Umrigar with Chapter leader Gayle Allen of Northern Trust. PHOTO/MCKENZIE IMAGES couple of little girls pretending to be revolutionaries.’” Like her character, Umrigar fought her own battles with her father, who owned a factory that made wooden doors and windows. Bowing to her father’s wishes, she studied business in college, but she drew the line when her father wanted her to join the family business. Instead, she headed to America to study and carry out her dream of becoming a journalist. While her father taught her many valuable life lessons, when it came to her

career choice, she said, “I’m very glad that was one battle I won and he did not.” Otherwise, she said, both father and daughter would have been miserable, and probably would not have enjoyed such a close relationship over the years. The idea for the novel came when Umrigar was on a visit to India in 2010, and she met a college friend she hadn’t seen for 25 years. Umrigar asked if the woman was still politically active, and the woman replied that after a vicious bout of Hindu-Muslim rioting in Mumbai in the early 1990s,

she had lost her desire to advocate for social change, and had instead turned her focus on taking care of her family. The riots had a similar impact on a central character in the novel, a Muslim man named Iqbal, who married Nishta, a Hindu and one of the four friends. Nishta’s family disowned her after the marriage, and Iqbal’s embrace of religious fundamentalism — and accompanying maltreatment of his wife — is one of the key plotlines. When Laleh and Kavita visit Nishta and ask her to travel to America with them to see the dying Armaiti, Iqbal forbids Nishta to make the trip, and goes as far as to confiscate her cell phone so her friends can’t call her. Although India is evolving in many ways, from its economic life to its social mores, it remains a traditional culture, where children, even adults, accede to the wishes of their parents, and men hold antiquated ideas about women, Umrigar said. “India is stuck between modern values and Victorian values,” she said. Other themes of the book include the willingness of people to violate

their own core beliefs to get what they want, and the way that youthful idealism gives way to weary pragmatism as we age. Umrigar compared the personal evolution of her characters to the fiery struggles of the civil rights and women’s movements in the United States in the ‘60s and ’70s, which transformed to a more inwardlooking focus by the ‘80s and ’90s. “That daily grind of life, what you have to do to earn a living, it begins to wear you down,” she said. Also at the Literary Society meeting, the winners of the group’s annual essay contest were announced: Kirsten Waltz won first place, Kira Elliott took second, and Annie Goodstein placed third. All three students are juniors who attend San Dieguito Academy. The three students won cash prizes, Kindles and gift cards. Look for photos from this Literary Society event in the next issue of the RSF Review (June 6). The Rancho Santa Fe Literary Society is sponsored by Northern Trust, the Rancho Santa Fe Community Center and the Rancho Santa Fe Review.

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RSF resident Wendy Hill in the running for Ms. Senior California BY DIANE Y. WELCH Wendy Hill of Rancho Santa Fe says that she embraces each day as though she will live to be 1,000 years old, even though she knows she won’t. It’s a philosophy that resonated with judges in the recent preliminary Ms. Senior Pageant contests when Hill became Ms. Senior Conejo Valley at the pageant held in Thousand Oaks last month. The competition is open to American women 60 years of age and up who have reached the “age of elegance.” Hill, a professional hypnotherapist and psychotherapist, said that competing in the pageants has brought a whole new level of experience to her life. “It challenges me in many, many ways, not just in terms of winning the competition, but also when I lose. It enables me to understand that this isn’t anything about me personally, my worthiness is intact no matter what the outcome.” Contestants, who are typically very young and vital in their attitude and behavior, as well as very talented, compete in four categories which include an interview with the five judges, gown modeling, sharing a philosophy of life, and performing a talent, explained Hill. For her performance, Hill sang “Cabaret,” a version that she arranged musically to fit the two minutes and 45-second time limit. “If the song exceeds [the time limit] you will be disqualified,” she said. In 2005, Hill was crowned Ms. Senior West Los Angeles then she returned to compete last year. The seven-year hiatus allowed her to hone her personality “To learn the lessons that come with a competition like this,” she said. “Lessons of self growth.” The women who enter the pageants are very supportive of each other. There is a sense of sisterhood among them, said Hill. “There are deep friendships that get forged, we are there for each other whether we win or not.” Peggy Padilla, Ms. Senior California of 2009, and a member of the pageant’s Board of Directors, is one such friend. She said that Wendy is an outstanding competitor. “She’s tall, has a great figure, beautiful long dark hair, has a lovely face and very pretty eyes. She looks 20 years younger than she actually is.” And she said that Hill’s work as a ther-

It’s amazing what 30 years of growing up can lead to. Wendy Hill was named Ms. Senior Conejo Valley at the pageant held in Thousand Oaks last month. COURTESY PHOTO apist makes her very personable. “So when it comes to the judges’ interview she does very well.” Padilla commented that Hill looks gorgeous in a gown, whether it is a prom gown or a long, sleek evening gown. And her talent as a singer shines, she said. Hill, a third generation Californian, said that her own family doesn’t understand why she enters these pageants. “They think it is some kind of narcissistic beauty contest and, in fact, many people have that attitude. But for me it is another form of a challenge and a test for my own development.” In line with this self growth, Hill is close to completing her Ph.D. in counseling. But it’s the competition of the pageant that helps keep Hill, “Alive, creative, active and feeling young,” she stressed. Residents of California who fit entry criteria are able to compete at any one of eight preliminary state-wide pageants. Winners and the runners-up advance to compete for the title of Ms. Senior California, which this year will be held at the Rose Center Theater in Westminster, Calif., on Aug. 31. Winners at the state level go on to compete for Ms. Senior America in Atlantic City. For more information, visit http://


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The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe Education Matters/Opinion Solana Beach school board approves full now welcoming Junior members day kindergarten for Global Education

Local golfers under the age of 40 have a unique opportunity to join The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe in a new membership category. For a limited time, individuals under the age of 40 may join the club as Junior golf members, entitled to the same use privileges as Equity golf members. The current initiation fee for Junior members is $35,000. Junior golf members will also pay reduced monthly dues, commensurate with their age. “The idea of giving a price break to younger golfers has been percolating for years, so we finally put it to a vote,” said General Manager Sean McCune. “Our longtime members are excited to welcome a new generation of golfers into the club.” The Bridges Club is currently ranked as the best in San Diego and the 15th among top golf venues in California by Golf Digest magazine. In January, the practice facility was honored as one of the “Top 50 Ranges” for a private facility in the United States by the Golf Range Association of America. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., this

iconic North San Diego Country Club is famous for its signature collection of unusually engineered and beautiful bridges, including the two 285-foot-long stress-ribbon bridges that span dramatic ravines, 85 feet in the air. Since opening in 1999, the 6,965yard championship course has hosted such prestigious events as The Battle at the Bridges, a nationally-televised skins game that attracted the likes of Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els, Sergio Garcia and Tiger Woods. Golf membership at The Bridges includes privileges at a new $5 million Tennis & Recreation Centre as well as a state-of-theart Sports Centre. With 11 unique menus served at four dining facilities, The Bridges puts a premium on the culinary arts. This summer, The Bridges will host the American Junior Golf Association’s 2013 Wyndham Cup, an annual team competition that attracts the nation’s top 40 junior golfers in an East-versus-West team match play tournament. For more information, contact Gordon Cooke at 858-756-8055.

Horizon Prep competes in California 2013 ‘You Be The Chemist’ competition Horizon Prep students made a strong showing in the 2013 California “You Be The Chemist” competition in Orange County. 8th graders Ross Admire and Antonio Partida represented the Horizon Prep Lions, competing with 22 other students from across the state of California. Antonio Partida made it through four of five rounds, placing in the top 12 competitors. The winner of “You Be The Chemist” advances to the national competition in Philadelphia in July. The

Marsha Sutton BY MARSHA SUTTON The Solana Beach School District’s Board of Education stood firmly behind SBSD superintendent Nancy Lynch and her controversial decision to extend the kindergarten day in the district’s Global Education program next year, by voting to support the change from modified day to full day. However, because the decision to implement full day was announced after parents had already chosen Global Ed for their children, there were some concessions.

The board voted to offer an optional modified day with its 1:15 p.m. dismissal through the end of December, shifting all students starting in January 2014 to full day and a 3 p.m. dismissal. Board members also voted to hold a seat open for the 2014-2015 school year for parents who wish to hold their kids back one year. “Parents who feel their children aren’t ready for the full day can do the modified until winter break,” Lynch said. For parents who feel that still isn’t enough time and want a whole year of modified, their kids can start kindergarten in the program next year. Lisa Denham, principal of Skyline School in Solana Beach where Global Ed is located, said the board’s compromise was a workable solution. The vote was four board members in favor and one, board president Rich Leib, opposed. Because of the late notice given to incoming kindergarten families, Leib preferred an optional modified day for the entire 2013-2014 school year rather than half the year. All five board members, however, supported making the Global Education kindergarten program full day for all students beginning with the 2014-2015 school year. Discussion on this issue at the May 23 board meeting lasted several hours, with about 100 people in attendance and 16 speakers, 15 of whom spoke in favor of the modified day and one speaker in favor of full day. For education columnist/writer Marsha Sutton’s full report on the meeting, visit (column is at the bottom of the front page, or type in Marsha Sutton in the search file)

CCA student to help build school in Ghana •Do nations needed to help provide impoverished children an education Canyon Crest Academy (CCA) junior Claire Bolton will be traveling to Abeadze Dominase, Ghana, for three weeks in July to help build an elementary school with a small team from Empathy FX International ( based at UC Berkeley, California. This is a non-profit venture whose mission is to build and sustain schools in rural areas, using (L-R) Horizon Prep 8th Grader Ross Admire, Science education as a means to help disadvantaged areas. Claire Teacher Michelle Castiglione, 8th Grader Antonio Partida. was put in touch with the organization through her memChemical Education Foundation’s “You Be The Chemist” bership in Key Club at CCA, which does voluntary work for program enhances K-8 science education by introducing the good causes. science of chemistry as it relates to everyday lives. A handful of participants have been selected for this program which involves working for five-eight hours each day to build the school and work with the children, teaching them a variety of subjects, such as English, math, science and art. The group wants to send over more supplies for the Ghanaian students, while creatCome find out why we are the best in ing bonds between a group San Diego county. of American students and a group of young Ghanaian Patient Rooms with Ocean Views students — to enhance evSkilled Nursing at its BEST. eryone’s understanding of Offer Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy among other the world. great services for your loved ones. Claire was keen to take Encinitas Nursing & Rehabilitation Center part in something worthwhile that would make a Please call or positive different to the lives stop by for a tour of others and take her out of her “comfort zone.” She 760.753.6423 added that “It is my belief FIVE STAR RATED that education is for everyone, not just those born 900 Santa Fe Dr. Encinitas, CA 92024 into privilege, and I want to

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CCA Outreach Club brings joy of dance to elementary school students BY DIANE Y. WELCH Four years ago when Mercedes Forster was a freshman at Canyon Crest Academy (CCA) she had the idea to share her passion for dance and to give back to her community by teaching dance classes to elementary school children. It was an idea born from both an influence of a being raised in a “very giving family” and being immersed in an excellent arts program, she said. “I felt so fortunate to come to CCA where they have Envision, a brilliant arts education program and the more intense conservatory program. Then I began to think about other schools that just don’t have any funding for the arts. And I thought that I could do something to help.” Mercedes approached her dance teacher, Rayna Stohl, dance director at CCA, about the concept. Stohl told Mercedes, “Go for it!” she said. After the logistics were formulated and adult chaperones made available, Mercedes founded Outreach Club with Genna McGrath, Bora Yoon, Guillermo Castro and Chloe Chelf. This class enabled CCA students to take time out of the school day to teach second graders off campus. Karen Curl – the mother of Emily Curl, a CCA dance conservatory alumni – who is a second

CCA students with students from Pioneer Elementary School. (CCA students are wearing red shirts.) COURTESY PHOTO

grade teacher at Pioneer Elementary School in Escondido, agreed to take the necessary steps to secure the permissions to allow high school students to teach at the school. The elementary school’s students are predominantly English as a second language (ESL) learners and use a program called Total Physical Response (TPR), which teaches English vocabulary

in a tangible, physical way. Dance fit perfectly into this method, said Curl, and evidence shows that the students’ test scores have improved since TPR has been integrated into their curriculum. To showcase the second graders’ new-found dance skills, a music video was shot which brought in CCA students from cinema conservatory. Used in the


video is the music of Alex Kajitani, famed for his math rap videos that teach mathematic vocabulary. When the video is completed it may be viewed on Kajitani’s website. Curl said her students were very excited about the dance classes with the CCA students. “I saw some boys, in the beginning who were very hesitant, but as

time went on they really looked forward to the sessions.” The elementary school is in a high poverty area, said Curl, “And because dance is an art form that you can do without having a lot of money it is perfect for our kids.” This was one of the main reasons why Mercedes chose that school. “I wanted to bring it to kids who really have no other option,” she said. The program has been a source of deep satisfaction for Mercedes who said that she loves interacting with the students, many of whom come from stressful households. “I get a lot of joy out of thinking that I can come in for one day a week and help them have fun, relax, unwind and express who they are.” Outreach Club will continue its partnership with Pioneer next year with Guillermo Castro as the leader. Mercedes will attend UC Berkeley in the fall, where she plans to double major in dance and biology. Madison Rhodes, Alyssa Cochran and Lissette Argoud were other CCA students who participated in the club, which is thriving. “There is talk about it expanding to all of the art forms at CCA,” said Stohl. The music video featuring the Pioneer Elementary School students will be online soon at

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Santa Fe Christian Schools Athletic Signing Ceremony Santa Fe Christian Schools Athletic Department hosted an athlete signing ceremony on May 20 in the SFC Chapel. Tom Seitz, SFC athletic director, honored nine students from the Class of 2013 who have made official commitments to play collegiate sports. Students honored included: Dominic Burtech, University of San Diego, football; Justin Byrd, University of Minnesota, Duluth, basketball; Isaiah Carter, Palomar College, football; Grant Corsi, Biola University, basketball; Brenton Drake, Bethel University, football; John Gamble, US Air Force Academy, baseball, Hannah Hubbard, Boise State University, volleyball, Kayla McGuinnis, Carthage College, soccer; Zach Neufeld, Denison University, football. Photos/Jon Clark; For photos online, visit

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RSF resident’s nonprofit to partner with Meals on Wheels for ‘Fishing for Charity’ event BY KAREN BILLING Fish. Food. Feel Good (F3G), a nonprofit started by Rancho Santa Fe resident Todd Bluechel, is partnering with Meals-onWheels San Diego for a Fishing for Charity event. On Aug. 6-8, a Fishing for Charity trip will take place on a luxury sport-fishing boat. The event aims to raise $20,000 and catch the necessary fish to feed San Diegans in need. F3G is an organization that collects unwanted or extra fish from sport fishermen and boat crews for distribution to local charities. During the past year, Meals-on-Wheels has been the recipient of almost 15,000 pounds of fish providing protein for 30,000 meals for the seniors meals on Wheels serves. Other charities benefiting from F3G donations include Father Joe’s Villages, San Diego Rescue Mission, Samoa Independent

and the San Diego Food Bank. “When I designed F3G I felt it important to create a simple program, a program people will want to see and replicate in their home town, a program that can, in fact, be replicated anywhere sport fishermen catch fish,” said Bluechel. August’s Fishing for Charity trip will involve 28 fishermen and they hope to catch as much as they did in 2011; the most productive one-and-a-half day fishing trip all year. Unique to this year’s event, the fishermen will raise funds of their own to match a $10,000 title sponsorship from Sycuan Casino. To donate to the cause, visit To learn more about F3G or the fundraising event, visit

21st Annual Bastille Day benefit to be held in RSF Enjoy an evening of delectable food and wine pairings, along with live entertainment, at Southern Caregiver Resource Center’s 21st Annual Bastille Day fundraiser on Saturday, July 13, from 4-8 p.m. at the Fairbanks Ranch Clubhouse. Guests will enjoy upscale French cuisine from French Gourmet, as well as wine tastings from prominent wineries to include Silver Oak Cellars, Duckhorn Vineyards, Ferrari-Carano, Honig Vineyard and more. Guests will also be able to bid on wine and gift packages during SCRC’s silent auction. Musical entertainment will be provided by Emmy Award winner and Grammy nominated artist Allan Phillips and Friends. 10News anchors Kimberly Hunt and Steve Atkinson will serve as the event emcees. Tickets can be purchased for $150 online at

Next San Dieguito Planning Group meeting is June 6 at Rancho Santa Fe Fire Station The regular meeting of the San Dieguito Planning Group scheduled for June 6 at 7 p.m. will take place at the Rancho Santa Fe Fire Station (meeting room), 16936 El Fuego, Rancho Santa Fe (El Fuego intersects Linea del Cielo at the west end of the village). Agenda and minutes can be found at

TPHS Cheer to host cheerleading fundamentals workshop TPHS Cheer will present a cheerleading fundamentals workshop on Wednesday, June 5, from 3:30-6:30 p.m. at the TPHS Quad (in the middle of campus). The workshop is especially for children ages 5-14. Participants will be divided into age groups and the focus will be on fundamental skills such as basic cheer motions and jumps instructed by TPHS Cheer coaches and TPHS cheerleaders. Pre-registration by May 25 is $30 per participant; Late registration (after May 25) is $40 per participant. Tumbling skill assessment by a professional is $5 per participant. To register and for questions, email

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RSF GOP Women to hold 18th annual ‘Salute to America’: Military Remembrance and Tribute event June 13 On Thursday, June 13, please attend a non-partisan dinner salute to this country’s military men and women. Invite or sponsor a military veteran or family members from any war to attend this event. Youth aged 14 and up are also welcome. The RSF Republican Women, Fed. members are program hosts. Event Emcee: LT Steve Lewandowski, USN (Vet.): The nationally-known speaker is a third generation member of the American Legion. He is very proud of receiving three certificates of Congressional Recognition for his work on behalf of veterans. Lewandowski is also an Ambassador for the Naval Special Warfare Foundation. Guest Speaker: CDR Faye Bell, USN (Ret.): Following in her father’s footsteps in the US Navy, Commander Bell became a “Top Gunner.” She became the first female pilot qualified to land on an aircraft carrier in the Western Pacific fleet. After retiring from the military and receiving her MBA from the University of San Diego, she founded Military Outreach Ministry. This Camp Pendleton-based nonprofit organization provides aid and support to enlisted Marines and their families, regardless of their faith. The June 13 event will be held at Bentley’s Steak & Chop House 162 South Rancho Santa Fe Road, Encinitas. Price: $50 per person; Social: 5 p.m.; Program & Dinner: 5:30- 7:30 p.m. Make checks payable to: The RSF Republican Women,

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RSF native Carolyn Beckman graduates from Whitman College Carolyn Beckman of Rancho Santa Fe recently graduated from Whitman College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology-environmental studies. Beckman is a 2009 graduate of Torrey Pines High School. About 350 degrees were conferred during Whitman’s Commencement ceremony May 19 in front of an estimated crowd of 4,000 family members, faculty, staff and guests. The event was held on the scenic South Lawn of Whitman’s Memorial Building, and crowned a celebratory weekend of activities including the 50-year reunion of the Class of 1963, and the college’s traditional Baccalaureate ceremony. English comedian Eric Idle, a founding member of Monty Python, served as the 2013 Commencement Speaker.

RSF residents named to Marquette University spring 2013 Dean’s List The following RSF students have been named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2013 semester at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis.: • RSF resident Cameron Paddison, who is pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in biomedical sciences. • RSF resident Zachary Myers, who is pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in business economics.

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Artists sought for juried show at Athenaeum Local artists are invited to enter the Athenaeum’s 22nd annual Juried Exhibition, Aug. 3-31, in the Rotunda Gallery and the Joseph Clayes III Gallery. An opening reception with the artists will be held 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 2, when first, second, and third prizes will be awarded. An additional award, the A List Members’ Choice Award, will be given at an event on Aug. 29. This year’s jurors are Ariel Plotek and Amy Galpin. The deadline for entries is 5:30 p.m. on June 14. Participating artists will be notified by phone or mail. Submission is open to those who live, work, or have exhibited in San Diego County, working in 2-D and 3-D media (no functional or craft art). Fees are $15 for Athenaeum members and $20 for non-members. A maximum of five slides or five digital images on CD, per artist, may be submitted. Entry forms can be picked up at the Athenaeum, 1008 Wall St., or downloaded from For more information, call (858) 454-5872.



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Earl Warren Middle School will host its Spring Arts Festival on Thursday, June 6, from 6-8 p.m. in Warren Hall. Band, guitar, and drama classes will perform, and art from digital media, art for new media, and studio art will be on display. Earl Warren students get in free to this event; there is a suggested $5 donation at the door for all other attendees to benefit EWMS’s Visual and Performing Arts Department. Earl Warren Middle School is located at 155 Stevens Ave, Solana Beach, CA 92075.

Encinitas Pet Health Expo is June 2

The City of Encinitas will hold a Pet Health Expo on June 2 from 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Encinitas Civic Center, 505 S. Vulcan Ave., Encinitas , Calif., 92024. At the City of Encinitas Pet Health Expo, pets and owners alike can enjoy plenty of fun activities while promoting the better health and wellbeing of the pet population. Activities include professional photos with your pet, grooming, a best trick contest, and the neuter scooter clinic. Informational booths, vendors, and animal rescue organizations will be on hand at the expo to give away free goodies and prizes as well as encourage pet health and wellness ideas. In addition, the County Department of Animal Services will be offering dog licensing, rabies shots, and microchipping for residents of Encinitas, Solana Beach, Del Mar, Carlsbad, Santee, San Diego and unincorporated San Diego. For more information regarding the expo please call 760-633-2740.

2013 Fiesta del Sol slated for June 1-2 in Solana Beach The 2013 Fiesta del Sol will be held on Saturday, June 1, and Sunday, June 2, in Solana Beach. The event features great food, musical entertainment (including headline bands The Greyboy All Allstars and Tristan Prettyman), arts & crafts, a variety of activities for children, and more. The Fiesta del Sol takes place adjacent to Fletcher Cove within the area bordered by South Sierra Avenue and Acacia Avenue. The Fiesta del Sol opens each morning at 9 a.m. with the arts & crafts fair and closes each evening at 9 p.m. after the conclusion of the last musical performance. For more information, visit

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NCL San Dieguito chapter honors its class of 2013 The San Dieguito Chapter of National Charity League, Inc. held its Class of 2013 Senior Recognition on May 26 at the Torrey Pines Hilton, Grande Ballroom, in La Jolla. This premier event honored 21 seniors (referred to as Ticktockers) for concluding six years of community service dedicated to supporting and improving their community and fostering motherdaughter relationships. The Ticktockers recognized were: Avery Anton, Nicole Benatar, Christine Buckley, Claire DeMarco, Delaney Evans, Alexandra Hornbuckle, Georgeta Hughes, Natalie Jaynes, Grace King, Aimee Levinson, Erin Lichter, Alexa Martin, Madison McMahon, Amy Melton, Kailyn Miller, Alexandra Morgan, Ariana Paradise, Holly Ravazzolo, Sheridan Rice, Camille Schenk and Megan Wilcox. For photos online, visit www. PHOTOS/MCKENZIE IMAGES

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RSF students dive into Ocean Weeks


ancho Santa Fe’s Roger Rowe School kicked off the 21st annual Ocean Weeks on May 20 (Ocean Weeks runs through May 31). Ocean Weeks highlight a yearround integration of ocean science concepts with language arts, social studies, technology, and the fine arts, using the award-winning MARE curriculum from UC Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science. Photos on this page were taken May 22 at the “Sharks!” presentation with Andy Nosal (pictured at right). This year’s ocean theme Open House will take place on Wednesday, May 29, from 5:30 – 7 p.m., and will highlight art teacher Marika Fagan’s student art show, a demonstration of eighth-grade science teacher Dave Warner, student-constructed underwater Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV’s), and a host of grade level tables highlighting student habitat studies. For photos online, visit www. PHOTOS/JON CLARK

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Canyon Crest Academy Dollars for Scholars


anyon Crest Academy Dollars For Scholars held its scholarship awards on May 21 in the Proscenium Theater on the CCA campus. This year, scholarships totaling $29,750 were awarded to 51 outstanding CCA seniors who plan to attend a two- or four-year university or college, vocational, or technical school. CCA Dollars for Scholars is a program of Scholarship America. For more information, or to learn how to donate for the 2013-14 awards, visit the CCA Dollars for Scholars website at www. For more photos online, visit PHOTOS/MCKENZIE

Debra and Eric Schade

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SUICIDE continued from page 1 Hollins said that teenagers have the ability to recognize their own power in helping their friends and classmates. “Statistically we need to break the cycle, have the courage to say ‘I need help’ and the courage to reach out to people who need that help,” Hollins said. About 1,800 students attended six different assemblies with a variety of presenters. Presenters included Anna Collins, a Harvard MBA graduate and Amazon executive who spoke about the tools for handling stress and failure; transpersonal psychotherapist Dr. Dorothy Gita Moreno, the greatgranddaughter of Frank L. Baum, author of “The Wizard of Oz,” who spoke on how to “find, follow and stay

GIVING continued from page 1 The middle schoolers also supported an organization started by the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project that student council advisor and teacher Maureen Cassarino is involved with called Literacy


on your yellow brick road”; Jim Greer, the director of UMTR2ME, who talked about how he built a successful life following an unsuccessful suicide; and Bonnie Bear, the executive director of Survivors of Suicide Loss. Students also listened to Johnny Rivera, the successful restaurateur behind Hash House A Go Go, Tractor Room and Great Maple Restaurant, on how he coped with the demise of his Plan A and turned Plan B into success he never could have imagined. Rivera, a native San Diegan, aspired to be a rock n’ roll star. He bypassed college and went out on tour with his band and felt like he was on his way to his dream — his band signed with a record company, opening for acts such as the Clash and Devo. But a musician’s life is not an easy one, a life that

Rivera said is often filled with failure as the reality is that only 1 percent of bands really make it big. He was eventually dropped from his record label and that failure led him to drink too much and do “a lot of things he shouldn’t.” He said it was the lowest of the low and he saw his friends become addicted to heroin, go to prison, go through divorces and be content to be unemployed when rock n’ roll did not pan out. As he neared age 29, he decided he couldn’t let his failure to become a success in music destroy the rest of his life. He shook the idea that he was worthless without music; didn’t “stay at the party too long,” found his “authentic self” and worked his “Plan B.” “I am a street fighter, I made it through,” Rivera said. He had always been interested in the restaurant

business and decided to throw himself entirely into starting his own restaurant. He worked three jobs, lived in the smallest place he could afford, sold his car and maxed out credit cards. “People told me the restaurant business is so hard but it’s not like music,” Rivera said. He found a new way to express himself and infused a rock n’ roll “twisted” attitude into Hash House A Go Go, with heaping portions of fun farm food. The restaurant opened in 2000 and the concept immediately caught people’s attention. Hash House now has nine locations, including spots in Chicago, Orlando and Connecticut, and it is the only San Diego restaurant chain to hit Las Vegas. Rivera also opened downtown’s Tractor Room, which specializes in “honest cock-

tails and meats,” while his newest eatery, Great Maple, specializes in seasonal produce, responsible seafood and farm fresh American meat in a “European dinette” setting. Great Maple has a second location in Newport Beach. “Plan B doesn’t have to be a negative,” Rivera said. Rivera said that, as with anything, you have to put in the work to accomplish your goals. He said if you do anything at 50 percent, you’ll get a 50 percent yield — the reason why he has taken two days off since Christmas and has plans to expand his restaurant lines even further. “I don’t know how to stop swinging until I hear the bell,” he said. He told the teens that it hasn’t always been easy, he had a restaurant close in Kansas City, but he looks at it as losing a battle not the whole war. He said the key is

keeping perspective, knowing that you can survive your mistakes and turn negatives into positives. That was one of the messages of Yellow Ribbon Week, to keep moving and stay on the path to living a healthy lifestyle. A mural designed by PALs on campus had a painting of a yellow brick road that invited students to write their hopes, dreams and aspirations on the bricks of the road. ‘There’s no substitute for living a great life and loving life for suicide prevention,” Hollins said. Hollins said the mural created a feeling of unity among the students and serves as a reminder of the potential for joy every day. “If you continue to move in the same direction, you will end up where you’re headed,” Hollins said to the teens. “Is that a warning or a promise? It’s both.”

Lifeboats, which helps restock libraries and school materials lost in the New York area due to Hurricane Sandy. “The work that you do is reaching out all over the globe,” Cassarino said. “This student council has done an amazing job, working hard to make the school better but also make the

world a better place.” As an added boost, the middle schoolers’ efforts were matched in funds and in hands-on help from Dave Baker and Steve Knight who run the Philanthropy Club Foundation through the Coastal Community Foundation. As local philanthropists, Baker and Knight

started the Philanthropy Club as a way to help children learn about the art of giving. The pair not only helped plan events at Rowe (they cooked close to 200 hot dogs at the hot dog cookout) but they contributed $5,000 to the students’ causes. Typically, Knight and Baker work with third

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last ditch FUNraising event was held May 22 at Crush in Solana Beach. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Kids Korps F.I.T. Club Charity Team. Kids Korps USA, the nonprofit youth organization based out of San Diego, has been officially approved as a Charity Fundraising Group for the San Diego Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The event, part of the Rock N Roll Marathon Series, will take place on June 2. For more information, contact or 858518-4202. Visit For photos online, visit www. PHOTOS/MCKENZIE IMAGES

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(L-R) Thuiy Lee, Lan, Abigail and Jacob Shaull take in the science exhibits at the Horizon Prep Open House Night.

(L-R) Sarah, Hannah, Heather, Luke and Jon Heggie enjoy Horizon Prep’s Open House Night.

(L-R) Emersen Wetmore, Greer Wetmore, Virginia Sanzone, and Shane Wetmore at Horizon Prep’s Open House Night.

Horizon Prep Middle Schooler Brady Pedersen assists with the Science exhibits at Open House Night.

Horizon Prep Open House Night

(L-R) Joshua, Frank and Jacob Jablonski check out the rocket models in one of the science labs at Horizon Prep’s Open House Night.

(L-R) Charlotte and Savanna Hobgood pay a visit to the Art Room at Horizon Prep’s Open House Night.

“This makes me want to go back to school!” was the resounding and repeated comment from parents at Horizon Prep Open House Night. Students were enthusiastic tour guides to family and friends, highlighting what they have learned throughout the school year. The Lion’s Den Gym was transformed into a world of science with special exhibits from the Middle School ACSI Science Fair, You Be the Chemist competition, and the Human Body. Experiments jumped off the trifold boards as students incorporated QR codes complete with video lessons. Middle School students, equipped with iPads, were on hand to assist visitors. Students took visitors around the country as they showed off their State Reports, then took them back in time to visit the Revolution, and then gave them a glimpse of the future with the Invention Convention. Visit

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R. Roger Rowe School Field Day


. Roger Rowe students enjoyed a fun-filled Field Day on May 24. The event featured sporting activities for all firstthrough sixth-graders on different areas of the school field. Students took part in hurdles, obstacle courses, jumping and throwing events, along with gunnysack races and three-legged partner races. Students were encouraged to proudly exhibit school colors and to wear “Spirit Wear� clothing, which has been available for purchase at school events throughout the year. The event is organized by RSF Education Foundation and its parent volunteers. For photos online, visit www. PHOTOS/JON CLARK

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elen Woodward Animal Center held a “Corks for Critters” Wine Party at the Del Mar Country Club on May 23. Top cellar wines were collected at the event for a raffle to be held at the Woodward Center’s Silver Anniversary of the Annual Spring Fling Gala to be held June 1 at Fairbanks Village Plaza. Visit Fling For photos online, visit www. PHOTOS/JON CLARK

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■ Signature Dishes: Kung Pao Chicken, Crispy Garlic Shrimp, Buddah’s Delight, Chicken Lo Mein

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Hunan Beef is tangy and the spice level can be adjusted. The dining room at Double Happiness is filled with Chinese décor. Honey Walnut Shrimp blends lightly crispy shrimp in a creamy sauce with crunchy, caramelized walnuts.

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Family recipes make for Double Happiness BY KELLEY CARLSON he name of Del Mar’s most established Chinese restaurant, Double Happiness, apparently has double meaning. According to owner Deguo Li, it received its moniker for the two cooking styles it uses — Mandarin and Szechwan. The former is characterized by its yin-and-yang method (sweet with sour, crispy with smooth) with contrasts of aromas and colors; the latter features bold and spicy flavors, prominently using ingredients such as ginger and peanuts. But it seems the establishment’s name also applies to the general mood of the staff and customers. “Every day, all day, we’re happy,” Li said with a smile. One reason could be the calming atmosphere. The tone is set with soft, relaxing music tinged with Asian influences. Large paintings (some with bold accents and others with muted tones) grace the


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■ This week’s recipe: Double Happiness’ Lemon Sauce for Chicken walls of the dining room, depicting nature scenes with birds, butterflies, fish, and flora and fauna. Flowers serve as accents and wooden lanterns carved with Chinese

symbols cast a golden glow while suspended from bamboo poles that crisscross the ceiling. The covered patio has a festive touch, with its large, red balloon-style lanterns and lights strung along the windows, yet it’s still quietly casual. Another cause for customers’ content: Many of the dishes are prepared from family recipes and are pleasing to palates, as quite a number of patrons have become loyal fans through the years. Dedicated customers have faithfully lauded Double Happiness, which has subsequently won awards from publications throughout the area, including Readers’ Choice honors for Best Chinese by Del Mar Times readers. Among the favorites are Fried Dumpling Pot Stickers, which are thick and filled with meat; the Hunan Beef, centered on top of a bed of rice and encircled by broccoli; Honey Walnut Shrimp with sweet and nutty flavors; and Buddha’s Delight, a vegetable medley of pea pods, cabbage, broccoli, baby

corn, carrots and mushrooms, lightly covered with a stir-fry sauce. Other popular dishes include the Crispy Garlic Shrimp, Orange Peel Chicken, and the Double Happiness (Shrimp and Scallop) served on a sizzling platter. Dishes can be adjusted upon request, and portions are ideal for family-style dinners. Smaller, all-inclusive meals are offered from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, in the form of lunch specials. The Luncheon Deluxe is served with an entree, fried rice, an egg roll, a wonton and a fortune cookie. “We want people to come for the fresh food and fresh quality,” Li said. During the summer, Double Happiness hosts much of the racetrack crowd, some of whom may notice a photo of popular former racehorse Lava Man autographed by jockey Corey Nakatani near the doorway. Both locals and tourists alike find its location convenient in the Del Mar Village area, only a few blocks from the Del Mar Fairgrounds.

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Robert Inbody named to The Financial Times’ ‘Top 400 Financial Advisors’ Morgan Stanley announced recently that Robert Inbody, Managing Director, Financial Advisor in the firm’s La Jolla Wealth Management office, has been named to The Financial Times’ inaugural list of “America’s Top 400 Advisors.� The “Financial Times’ Top 400 Advisors� is a select group of individuals who have a minimum of $250 million in assets under management (AUM) and 10 years of industry experience. Qualified financial advisors were scored on six attributes: AUM, AUM growth rate, compliance records, experience, industry certifications and online accessibility. Financial advisors also had to commit to complete anonymous quarterly sentiment surveys for the Financial Times. “I am extremely proud that Robert is representing Morgan Stanley Smith Barney on this list,� commented Mark Kremers, Complex Manager of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, La Jolla/North San Diego Complex. “This listing recognizes an elite group of financial professionals who are dedicated to providing clients with ex-

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BY DIANE Y. WELCH It’s “Game On!� for the anticipated opening of the San Diego County Fair, announced CEO and General Manager Tim Fennell. “Are you ready?� he asked at last week’s preview news conference. Loved for all things fun, deep-fried and festive, the fair’s 24-day run is packed with entertainment, events and exhibitions for the entire family and opens June 8 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. The 2013 season’s theme is centered on games spotlighting nostalgic board games and card games, along with the evolution of games through to the hightech video games of today, said Finnell. There are plenty of attractions and exhibits, games galore, and, of course, new fair fare including Chicken Charlie’s deep fried cookie dough; Temecula wine country grilled cheese sandwiches; Krispy Creme Sloppy Joes; lobster sliders and nachos; wild boar bacon kabobs; and bacon cotton candy. For bacon lovers, the smokey rashers will take center stage this year on Father’s Day, June 16, with the Big Bite Bacon Fest in the Del Mar Arena where you

Chicken Charlie’s Deep Fried Cookie Dough can eat bacon “’til the cows come home,� Finnell said. This “bacon paradise� will showcase unlimited samples of bacon cuisine from county- area chefs, restaurants and competitive cooks. To help the bacony goodness go down, craft beer from some of the top breweries in San Diego will provide the perfect pairing. From June 21-23, the seventh annual San Diego International Beer Festival, featuring more than 150 breweries and 350 beers from around the world, will take place. The San Diego County Wine Festival will take place on Saturday, June 15, with over 100 award-winning Cali-

fornia wines to sip and savor. Other attractions include the “Game On!� theme exhibit with interactive games for all ages; Enviro Fair, which will feature live cooking demonstrations and samplings of organically-grown produce from county farmers; Star Trek the Exhibition; Robotics Extravaganza, where area students will compete with their original robot creations; My Big Fair Wedding; San Diego Food Bank Drive; and “The Courage to Remember� the Holocaust, 1933-1945 – a photographic exhibition that memorializes the Holocaust; Butterfly Odyssey that illustrates the butterfly’s life cycle; and more. Grandstand Stage live musical entertainment includes Adam Lambert, Steve Miller Band, The Beach Boys, Train, Bad Company, Switchfoot, and REO Speedwagon; The Paddock Stage will feature David Cassidy, John Waite, and The Motels; and The Showcase Stage will offer Chubby Checker, the Osmond Brothers and more. The San Diego County Fair runs June 8 - July 4 (closed Mondays except July 1). Visit for more detailed information on concerts, the July 4 lineup and special events, and how to get discounts on admission, food and rides. Del Mar Fairgrounds’ location: 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd. Del Mar, 92014; 858-7551161.

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urberry makeup is not yet available in San Diego, but Nordstrom South Coast Plaza recently sponsored a special, invitation-only event hosted by Studio Felando in Rancho Santa Fe where guests had the opportunity to experience the new makeup line. On May 20, guests enjoyed delicious catering by 067 Bistro, facials featuring Kate Sommerville and 3Lab skincare products, followed by a Burberry makeover. For more information, call 858-756-5602 or visit For photos online, visit www. PHOTOS/JON CLARK


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La Jolla Festival of the Arts VIP event in RSF


special event was held on May 22 at the home of RSF residents Linda and Tom Lang for sponsors, beneficiaries, and supporters of the 27th annual Festival of the Arts, which will be held June 22-23 at UCSD Warren Field in La Jolla. Proceeds from the Festival of the Arts, which is being produced by Torrey Pines Kiwanis, will benefit San Diegans with Disabilities. The pre-party featured Karen McGaw, three-time poster artist from Santa Barbara; former Navy Seal and paralympian Al Kovach; music by Jim Croce and James Taylor through the voice of Nate Welden; a live auction; and cuisines and craft beer from Stone Brewing Company. For more information on the Festival of the Arts, visit For photos online, visit www. PHOTOS/MCKENZIE IMAGES

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Polo at The Bridges at RSF


he Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe welcomed the San Diego Polo Club for an exhibition event on May 25. Steve Lewandowski served as the event announcer and guests had the opportunity to meet the players. For photos online, visit www. PHOTOS/JON CLARK

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Kathleen Loftman addresses De Anza DAR in ‘Widow’s Weeds’ Wearing “widow’s weeds,” Kathleen Loftman presented a captivating program on “Mourning and Mourning Jewelry” at the monthly luncheon meeting of the De Anza Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution held May 5 at the Lomas Santa Fe Country Club. Loftman is the chapter registrar and Executive Vice President and Director of Program Execution for SAIC in San Diego. “A widow was expected to remain in mourning for over two years in 19th century Victorian England,” Loftman said in relating the proper attire for the three phases of Victorian mourning. Women without means and children to support were allowed to remarry after full mourning, but resumed wearing black clothing after the wedding. Widowers usually mourned for two years, but had discretion when to remarry as he might have young children to rear. Full mourning lasted a year and a day. Clothing was dull black cloth without ornament and a full black crepe weeping veil. The nine-month long second mourning allowed minor fabric trim ornamentation and mourning jewelry, still with lusterless cloth, and the veil was lifted and worn back over the head. Elderly widows, including Queen Victoria, frequently remained in second mourning the rest of their lives. In the subsequent half mourning period, more elaborate fabrics could be used as trim and women could begin to wear color as they came out of this phase. Mourning over parents or parents over lost children

usually lasted one year with six months in crepe, three months in the second stage and three in half mourning. Young children mourned a year. Females under 17 did not wear the crepe of full mourning. Loftman wore a Victorian garment of widow weeds made from 17 yards of silk crepe, a black silk satin petticoat and bustle, and full mourning veil. She also showed a small cap with attached veil for second stage mourning and discretely

Kathleen Loftman in Victorian mourning attire. demonstrated a “split pants” undergarment. The audience had the opportunity to see Loftman’s collection of mourning parasols, including one with a spring hinge so the mourner could screen herself from passersby if she wished. She displayed an extensive collection of mourning jewelry and told the group about materials used to make the jewelry and the symbolism involved. In keeping with the thought of mourning, the chapter held its annual memorial service for those Daughters who had passed in the past year. Registrar Kathleen Loftman placed



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North Coast Rep presents ‘Becoming Cuba’ Commissioned by North Coast Rep, the world premiere of playwright Melinda Lopez’s “Becoming Cuba,” introduces a family coping with the changing landscape of their country as it struggles for independence in 1890s Cuba. The humorous drama is directed by David Ellenstein and explores the issues of loyalty and family. Matinees, evenings to June 23, North Coast Repertory Theatre, 987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana Beach. Tickets: $37-$54. (858) 481-1055.

‘The Kite Runner’ author to discuss new novel at upcoming event On Wednesday, June 26, at 7:30 p.m., Warwick’s and Words Alive will present “Khaled Hosseini in Conversation.” Warwick’s and Word’s Alive are pleased to welcome back Khaled Hosseini, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of “The Kite Runner” and “A Thousand Splendid Suns” as he discusses his newest novel, “And the Mountains Echoed,” with Martha Barnette, the co-host of radio’s A Way with Words. The event will be held at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, 700 Prospect St., La Jolla, This is a ticketed event. Tickets are $32 per person and are available only through Eventbrite at Tickets include a copy of “And the Mountains Echoed.”

Next free monthly mental health lecture is June 13 The International Bipolar Foundation will hold its free monthly mental health lecture on Thursday, June 13, with Kristen Dahlin on ”Treating Severe Mood Dysregulation with Dialectical Behavior Therapy.” Dahlin has extensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and cognitive behavior therapy interventions for mood, anxiety, and personality disorders. She has previously held positions at Community Research Foundation’s Vista Balboa Crisis House and Rady Children’s Hospital, where she has worked with adults, children, adolescents, and families. Dahlin is currently a psychological assistant (# PSB36427) at the DBT Center of San Diego, where she conducts individual DBT therapy and DBT skills groups under the supervision of Dr. Milton Brown (PSY 20785). The event will be held at Sanford Children’s Research Center (Building 12), 10905 Road to the Cure San Diego, CA 92121. Time: 5:30-6 p.m., social, 6-7 p.m. lecture and Q&A. Please RSVP to; Event and parking are free.

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Lilian Rice author wins ‘A Monumental Work Award’ from Save Our Heritage Organisation On the evening of May 23 eight recipients of the People In Preservation Awards from Save Our Heritage Organisation (SOHO) were feted at a special event held at the Point Loma Assembly clubhouse, a restored turn-of-the-century meeting hall. Each year SOHO, the county’s largest and California’s oldest continuously operating preservation group, has saluted individuals and groups who have helped preserve important aspects of the county’s heritage. Recognition of those who helped in the fight to save the historical integrity of Balboa Park kicked off the evening. The Plaza de Panama People In The Trenches tribute applauded this major achievement that halted the park’s proposed massive development. Local author Diane Welch was honored for her 2010 book “Lilian J. Rice, Architect of Rancho Santa Fe.” Welch’s award, “A Monumental Work Award,” was one of two that she received that day as County Supervisor Dave Roberts, Third District, also awarded Welch an official Certificate of Recognition in honor of her achievements. The County award was “In appreciation of your advancement of historical knowledge about Lilian J. Rice and her importance to the architectural history in our community,” as noted on the certificate. The SOHO jury was impressed by the level of dedication and determination that Welch, a Solana Beach resident and feature journalist, has shown through her research and subsequent publishing of her book on Lilian J. Rice. “She brought to highlight Rice’s importance in the architectural history of the region, thereby contributing to the advancement of historical knowledge in the community as well. Diane’s ongoing mission to share the Lilian Rice story

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San Diego Polo Club Opening Day is June 9 San Diego Polo Club Opening Day is Sunday, June 9. The world-class San Diego Polo Club is situated on a 60-acre property located at 14555 El Camino Real, Rancho Santa Fe, 92067. On Opening Day, the gates open at 12:30 p.m., with first match at 1 p.m., Feature Match at 3 p.m., Champagne Divot Stomp at 3:45 p.m., and 7th Chukker After Party until 7 p.m. Opening Day is historically a sell out and organizers encourage advance ticket purchase. Visit

Del Mar Foundation Meet & Greet Series brings Dr. Lawrence S. B. Goldstein to Powerhouse Join the Del Mar Foundation on Monday, June 10, from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m., at the Del Mar Powerhouse Community Center, for an informational talk by Larry Goldstein, author of Stem Cells for Dummies and distinguished Professor, Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine and Department of Neurosciences, at the University of California School of Medicine. Goldstein is also the Director of the UCSD Stem Cell Program and Scientific Director of the Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine. He is the author of numerous publications and his research is at the forefront of developing an understanding of, and therapies for, Alzheimer’s disease and ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), often known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. The evening will include light refreshments at a reception beginning at 6 p.m.; followed by Dr. Goldstein’s talk at 6:30 p.m. Reservations are required and will open for residents of the 92014 zip code beginning on May 21 at Space is limited so please reserve your seat early. Reservations for residents outside of 92014 will be accepted if space is available beginning June 3. For more information about the Del Mar Foundation please visit

Max’s Ring Of Fire gears up for 5th Annual Touch A Truck event June 8 Since its launch in 2009, Touch A Truck has become an annual tradition for families throughout Southern California. This year’s event, which takes place Saturday, June 8, at Qualcomm Stadium, promises to be the biggest and loudest to date with even more vehicles, food trucks and young musical talent! If that isn’t reason enough to pack up the family mini-van, consider your admission to Touch A Truck is a donation to help kids fighting cancer. Money raised at Touch A Truck goes directly to childhood cancer research and clinical trials at Rady Children’s Hospital and 12 other hospitals across the U.S. Touch A Truck is presented by Max’s Ring of Fire. Max Mikulak loved everything on wheels. After he lost his hard-fought bat-

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Democrats in Rancho Santa Fe? When I tell people I am associated with the Rancho Santa Fe Democratic Club, reactions are predictable: “Rancho Santa Fe Democrats: Isn’t that an oxymoron?� Or: “Isn’t that a contradiction in terms, like guest host, jumbo shrimp, military intelligence, business ethics, pretty ugly, and the living dead?� A critical biographer referred to John F. Kennedy as a master of “contrived casualness� and “planned spontaneity.� Shakespeare gives Romeo a speech that includes, “O heavy lightness! Serious vanity!/Mis-shapen chaos of well-seeming forms!/Feather of lead, bright smoke, cold fire, sick health!� BTW: The word oxymoron is itself an oxymoron. It derives from the Greek oxus, meaning sharp or keen, and moros, meaning dull or stupid. The seldom-used plural of oxymoron is oxmora. This is useful information if you are ever a contestant on “Jeopardy� and the category is “Useless plurals.� Although the political contributions of the two Rancho Santa Fe ZIP codes (92067 and 92091) go overwhelmingly to Republicans, the Rancho Santa Fe Democratic Club is thriving. This is all the more remarkable in light of the fact that several North County Democratic clubs have come and gone over the years. The RSF club was established in 2007. It now has about 100 members and a mailing list of about 400, with 60-70 people attending most meetings.

The club was active in 2012 in the successful campaigns of Congressman Scott Peters, Supervisor Dave Roberts, SD Mayor Bob Filner and Councilwoman Sherri Lightner, state Senator Marty Block, and Assemblywoman Toni Atkins. Mayor Filner was the speaker at the May program. Senator Block will speak to the Club on Friday, June 21. Club meetings routinely attract elected officials, political candidates, and political junkies. Past speakers include now-Congressman Scott Peters, state Controller John Chiang (Full disclosure: He signs my paychecks!), state Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones, and political scientist Carl Luna. You need not live in Rancho Santa Fe or Fairbanks Ranch to be part of this club. It also has members from Encinitas, Solana Beach, Del Mar, Carmel Valley, and surrounding areas. The official motto of the RSF Democrats is, “Bringing North County Together.� Paraphrasing the US Navy, I like the slogan, “A Regional Force for Good.� But my favorite motto is “Rancho Santa Fe Democrats: Not an oxymoron any more.� For information about the club and its programs, visit Gordon Clanton Gordon Clanton teaches Sociology at San Diego State University. He welcomes comments at

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‘Celebrating America’: An Occasion to Remember Hello Americans— A big thank you to all who were able to attend the sold-out May 8 “Celebrating Americaâ€? special engagement with Benjamin Carson, MD at Morgan Run. For those that were unable to join us, there will be other “Celebrating Americaâ€? speaker occasions. Dr. Ben Carson was born and raised in a single parent home in inner-city DeDr. Ben Carson troit. He credits his mother Sonya’s influPhoto/Jon Clark ence with much of his success. He believes that excellence, leadership, education, honesty and integrity, and community involvement are at the core of true success. Until his June medical retirement, Dr. Carson is a full professor of neurosurgery, oncology, plastic surgery and pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He has directed pediatric neurosurgery at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center since 1984. Dr. Carson is president and co-founder, with his wife Candy, of the Carson Scholars Fund. Since its founding 19 years ago, more than $4.3 million have been awarded to scholars nationwide. The program also establishes Carson Reading Rooms “to encourage young students and their families to‌ discover the true power of learning.â€? Despite current political concerns, in his “Celebrating Americaâ€? talk, Dr. Carson expressed solid confidence. Confidence in his abilities but also in America’s resolve to be great. He is quiet, calm, very personable, and optimistic, with common sense and a very dry humor. “Readingâ€? and challenging yourself is the answer to a more fulfilled life, says Dr. Carson. When Dr. Carson says, “Think Big,â€? he breaks it down: “The ‘T’ is for ‘Talent,’ which God gave to everybody... let’s put intellectual ability where it belongs so that the United States of America can stay where it belongs... ‘H’ is for ‘Honesty’... ‘Iâ€? is for ‘Insight’‌ ‘N’ is for ‘Nice’... [It pays off], and you’ll see it makes a big difference‌ ‘K’ is for ‘Knowledge,’ which is the thing that makes you into a more valuable person‌ The ‘B’ is for ‘Books,’ which is the mechanism for obtaining that knowledge, and it’s never too late‌ And the second ‘I’ is for ‘InDepth Learning,’ learning for the sake of knowledge and understanding, as opposed to superficial learning‌ the last letter, ‘G,’ is for ‘God.’ Don’t be ashamed of God‌ Let’s forget about all this political correctness stuff‌ And, let’s think about what we believe in... this country, the preamble to our Constitution, our Bill of Rights[; which] talks about certain inalienable rights that our Creator, a.k.a. God, endowed us with.â€? Thank you to Graham Ledger for his recording the Carson function for his new network “One Americaâ€? (premiering in July nationwide). Mike Slater (of KFMB AM-760), who did a great job as our evening’s emcee. Also, Rev. Dr. Jack Baca (of the Village Presbyterian Church), thank you for your thoughtful invocation. We are grateful to event host, The Tri-City Tea Party (TCTP), and the financial support of primary sponsors: Vera & John Peck, Jr. and the following original sponsors: Gail Andrade; Alyce & Jim Ashcraft; Leslie Barone; Don Brandon, MD; Jenny Craig; Brett Dieterich; Susan & Mike Farrior; Gigi Fenley; Guy Freeborn; Alyson Goudy; Janice & David Haley; Connie & Bill McNally; Don Oliphant; Clay Perkins; James Schmidt; Cindy Stevens; Susan Woolley; Scott Worman, MD. Additional recognition to: Volunteer members of The Rancho Santa Fe Republican Women, Fed.; Maureen Guffanti (TCTP); Melissa McKim (WSB); Greg Day, Ken Wood and Chris Williams for their legal assistance; and The “New Haven Youthâ€? of Vista, Calif. We need to mentor these young people who are the future of our country. It has been a delight to have worked with all these people. I am very glad to have been able to make this unique opportunity. Nick Dieterich

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5011 Sterling Grove Linda Lederer Bernstein-Pacific Sotheby’s

Sun 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (619) 884-8379

$1,349,000 5BR/4BA

4515 Saddle Mountain Ct Charles & Farryl Moore-Coldwell Banker

Sat 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (858) 395-7525

$1,495,000 6BR/4.5BA

4024 Via Cangrejo Charles & Farryl Moore-Coldwell Banker

Sun 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (858) 395-7525

$1,569,000 6BR/5BA

10875 Craven Ridge Way Joseph-Sampson CA Realty

Sat 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (858) 699-1145

Custom masterpiece and entertainers dream home with sweeping top of the world views, large corner lot, elevator, 3200 bottle wine room, teak,


stone, marble finishes and more!


Offered at $1,725,000 -$1,925,000

$1,699,000 5BR/4.5BA

6840 Paseo Delicias Sun 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm K. Ann Brizolis/host: T. Hardebeck-Prudential (858) 756-6355

$2,366,000 4BR/4.5BA

7638 St. Andrews Rd Sun 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Mary Ann Bosanac/Nancy Bell-Prudential CA Realty (858) 245-0921

$2,495,000 4BR/5BA

6550 Paseo Delicias Sat/Sun 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Gallagher & Gallagher-Prudential CA Realty (858) 259-3100

$889,000 3BR/2.5BA

DEL MAR 3003 Caminito Gijon Sat/Sun 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Lucienne Michelle Homes-Coldwell Banker (858) 366-3295


$2,999,000-$3,500,876 7012 Rancho La Cima Sat 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm 8BR/10.5BA K. Ann Brizolis/host: M. Stone-Prudential CA Realty (858) 756-6355

Kurtney Noonan 619-508-5878, 1237 Camino del Mar, Suite C, Del Mar CA DRE Lic # 01315797

$3,490,000 6BR/7.5BA

4540 Los Pinos Sat/Sun 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm K. Ann Brizolis/host: D. Henry-Prudential CA Realty (858) 756-6355

$4,995,000 4BR/5.5BA

4663 La Noria Elaine Gallagher-Prudential CA Realty

Sat/Sun 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (858) 259-3100


May 30, 2013

Rancho Santa Fe Review

Around the Corner & Around the World!

Oceanfront Property with Island Contemporary Architecture. Large parcel with 2 homes & 2 garages for 4 cars. Completed in 2006 this home consists of the finest natural materials & craftsmanship, from the thick quartzite pavers, unique Rain Forest Marble to the mahogany banisters with different hand carved designs. Well designed floorplan frames in the view of the ocean from within the interior & La Cantina doors open walls to the outside. BEDROOMS: 7 | BATH: 6.5 | SF: 6,000 | BUILT: 2006 | LOT: 0.18AC $6,930,000

104 Neptune Ave Encinitas, CA 92024

(858) 756-1916 Rebecca Negard, Broker Assoc DRE#00766272 30+ years in Real Estate, 7+ years with Sothebys 858.756.1916 ext 3

Albert L Plattner, Broker Assoc DRE#01244071

25+ years in Real Estate, 2+ years with Sothebys 858.756. 1916 ext 1


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