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BARC does Taco Fiesta for Cinco de Mayo Pg. 2 Meet karate champ Pg. 5 Paw Print City looks at homeless pet law Pg. 6

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EXTRA!EXTRA!

Celebrate with BARC Staff Taco salad feast, singing & browsing for handmade goods round out this Cinco de Mayo fiesta!

EDITORIAL Olivia Garcia Vice President /Content ogarcia@bakersfield.com

BY LISA A. PLANK

Gene Garaygordobil Managing Editor ggaraygordobil@bakersfield.com 716-8642

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elebrate Cinco de Mayo with BARC and MOVE International! Join us for a delicious taco salad lunch, provided by Jake’s Tex Mex, enjoy a performance by the talented BARC Singers and browse the collection of vases and chip and dip bowls, hand-painted by our BARC clients, available for purchase. Finish your lunch with a piece of Jake’s famous chocolate cake! Taco Fiesta! will take place at the Kern Schools Federal Credit Union corporate offices, 9500 Ming Ave. (just west of the Marketplace). Lunch service will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 5. To make your reservation or for more information, “To-go” containers will be available for those in a bit please contact Karen Odle at 834-2272, via e-mail at: of a rush to get back to work. Cost is $15 a person. Proceeds benefit BARC and kodle@barc-inc.org or visit our Web site: www.barcinc.org to download a flyer and registration form. MOVE International.

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ring out your family and learn about life on the farm Wednesday, May 6 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. This free event is presented by Valley Oaks School and is open to the community and all home school families within Kern County. Farm Day at Hokit Farm, 3501 Chester Ave. — next to the Kern County Museum — is an event with lots of “hands on” fun. Pet a baby chick, feed a goat or brush a horse, and learn about the importance of agriculture in our daily life. Reservations are requested, but all are welcome. Please call 633-5288 for more information. Bring a sack lunch and enjoy a picnic after your adventures Baby chicks on the farm. on the farm.

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his is the season for school carnivals! Columbia Elementary’s School Carnival will be Friday, May 1 from 5 to 8:30 p.m. at the school, 703 Mondavi Way. Admission into the carnival is free. Dinner is $10 a plate, catered by Coconut Joe’s restaurant. There will be booths, a cake walk and basket raffles.

Details, contact Karen Bloom by e-mail at: karenbloom@yahoo.com or call (661) 243-6651. Almondale Elementary will have its carnival 5 to 8 p.m., Friday, May 1 at the school, 10510 Chippewa St. Games, a kiddie train and a silent auction with tickets to Disneyland and Jay Leno. Food: Me N Ed’s Pizza, Grills Gone Wild, cotton candy and Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Candy Apples. Details, 587-9089.

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Bakersfield’s ‘Karate Kid’ Local boy is national champion in forms competition at New Mexico tournament.

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After a quarter-century, San Joaquin Treads still scootin’ strong!

■ We also include as many community contributions as possible in the print edition of The Bakersfield Voice, published Sundays. ■ Still need help getting your contributions onto our Web site? E-mail: Gene Garaygordobil at: ggaraygordobil@bakersfield.com or Teresa Adamo at: tadamo@bakersfield.com

Paw Print City

Talking to Sen. Dean Florez about his homeless pet bill and how to cut down on shelter euthanization.

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APRIL 26 - MAY 2, 2009

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Two-wheeled cool makes a comeback San Joaquin Treads Club to celebrate 25 years & pay homage to scooter scene BY JON ROWLES Community contributor

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es, there were mullets and acid wash jeans, but for me, the mid-1980s marked the rebirth of cool. It was then that I discovered and embraced the sophisticated style of the early ‘60s. I’m not talking the tiedyed, peace-and-love 1960s hippy thing. I’m talking the “mod” scene. Black pork pie hats, dark glasses, skinny black ties and ska music. Straight from the frames of “Quadrophenia,” I had the look down. I also had the ride. Not my orange Volkswagen Thing (though I had that, too). I’m talking about the ultimate accessory for any self-respecting modster. The finest example of Italian engineering on two wheels — the Vespa. My first Vespa was purely for looks. Nothing looked cooler than the mods riding into the West High parking lot. It wasn’t long after I got that first bike — a P-200E — that Vespa went from stylish icon to lifelong obsession. When I got that first Vespa, it wasn’t running. With no local dealer to go to for advice (or for parts), I joined the local scooter club — the San Joaquin Treads. What I got in return was more than just help getting my bike running. I met the guys that would become my best friends. Over the years, the San Joaquin

As this local scooter club gets ready to celebrate its quarter-century anniversary, the two-wheeled vehicles are back in vogue. Treads logged a lot of miles on those 8inch tires. We attended hundreds of scooter rallies across California and A wide assortNevada. We restored and customized ment of scootdozens of Vespas and Lambrettas ers will be on (another type of Italian scooter). display SaturThe collection of bikes and collection day, May 2. of friends continued to grow and hasn’t Riders leave stopped. Beach Park at On Saturday, May 2, the San Joaquin noon and a Treads will celebrate its 25th annivercustom show sary with a scooter run leaving from follows at NarBeach Park at noon, followed by a cusducci’s Cafe. tom show, live bands and DJs at NarThe public is ducci’s Cafe, 622 E. 21st St. invited. Custom show categories include Best Photos by Stock/Restored Lambretta; Best Krista MoreStock/Restored Vespa, Best Custom land. Lambretta; Best Custom Vespa; People’s Choice; and Best Classic. I couldn’t be happier to see the interAfter 25 years, I’m still a member of San Joaquin Treads 25th the San Joaquin Treads — and I’m still est in scooters coming around again. Anniversary Celebration With Vespa importing to the U.S. again hooked on Vespas. My original bike has grown to a col- and a dealership in town (a luxury I Saturday, May 2 lection of four; including an orange, couldn’t have imagined), a new genera- Scooter run leaves Beach Park at noon 1957 beauty that’s proudly parked in tion is discovering Italian, two-wheel Custom show follows at Narducci’s Cafe cool. my living room.

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APRIL 26 - MAY 2, 2009

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Local champions dedicated to study of martial arts BY RUBEN CORTEZ Community contributor

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n April 17, the United States Karate Alliance held their National Tournament in Albuquerque, N.M. All participants had to have qualified in a tournament that was designed to be a qualifier for the 2009 USKA Nationals. Bakersfield’s own Nicholas Ahumada qualified in August in Riverside where the USKA State Championships were held. Nicholas placed second in forms (Kata), second in weapons competition and third in sparring (fighting). By placing, in at least one of the events, the participants were able to compete in the 2009 USKA Nationals. At the nationals, Nicholas competed with champions from other states and was able to take second in weapons and was named 2009 National Champion in Forms competition. Nicholas has been training in Seikukan Karate-Do with

Nicholas Ahumada placed second in Kata.

his instructor, Ruben Cortez, for the past 13 months. Another student that participated in the California State Championships in August was Asher Klock, also from Bakersfield. Asher was named the 2008/2009 California State Champion in weapons competition. These two students have demonstrated their dedication to the sport of karate and have made karate and marNominated by Guadalupe Hernández tial arts a part of their lives. I’d like to nominate my twin daughters’ kindergarten teacher www.bakersfieldfamilyexpo.con Mr. Rhodes who teaches at Discovery Elementary School. At the beginning of the year, I was so skeptical after having learned that they were going to have a male teacher for kindergarten. He has superseded all of my expectations as to what a great kindergartenEntertainment teacher should be. Includes: My girls love Mr. Rhodes. He teaches them lots of cute and Wild Wonders Animal • Rubber Duck Race silly songs. He builds• up their self-esteem. He is just so marvelous with my girls! Comedy Show • Remote Control Boats

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APRIL 26 - MAY 2, 2009

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Pet responsibility bill Sen. Dean Florez sheds some light on SB250, animal euthanasia

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n Feb. 24 (Spay Day U.S.A., if anyone’s keeping track), California State Sen. Dean Florez (D-Shafter) introduced SB250, The Pet Responsibility Act, a statewide bill aimed at reducing the number of homeless animals currently being euthanized in shelters. Senator Florez was gracious enough to take a little time from his schedule and answer the following questions about the pending bill:

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Senator Florez, how will SB250, The Pet Responsibility Act, aid in reducing the number of pets currently being euthanized in shelters? A: As more pets are spayed and neutered, the costs and burden of shel-

burden of unaltered animals. In a 10year period, nearly $2.75 billion was spent to shelter animals — and more than half of those animals are tragically put to death because they cannot find homes. According to figures reported to us (by local animal shelters,) we have already euthanized more than 130,000 unwanted pets at a cost of approximately $66 million this year alone. It’s unconscionable that we are spending this kind of money when we need to Why do build more schools, roads and help peoyou believe ple find work. SB250 is necessary in CaliHow does SB250 differ from fornia? AB1634, the California Health Pets Act, A: California which sought mandatory spay/neuter in taxpayers are California? A: Our approach under SB250 is far bearing the

tering animals will go down because the unwanted pet population will ultimately decline. For instance, the County of Santa Cruz experienced a 50 percent decrease in its overall stray animal intake following the passage of t h e i r spay/neuter ordinance.

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VICKY THRASHER Pet columnist

different than last year’s bill in two key ways: 1). We are not proposing mandatory spay/neuter — rather, the bill affords responsible owners a choice between spaying/neutering their dog or purchasing an unaltered license (from their local jurisdiction) if they intend to keep their dog intact; and, 2). Our bill does not penalize owners for having an unaltered dog, in and of itself, and will not lead to additional door-to-door enforcement because owners cannot be cited unless they are also in violation of some other local ordinance.

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How do you respond to people who believe the pet overpopulation problem Please see SB250, page 7

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is a matter of personal responsibility and not a legislative issue? A: Unfortunately, the status quo has led to a hefty price tag — approximately $250 million per year to house and euthanize unwanted pets — therefore, we are taking a modest approach to tackle this problem. I agree that most people are responsible — however, a majority of responsible pet owners are picking up the tab for a minority of irresponsible owners and backyard breeders who permit their unwanted dogs to roam the streets and fill up our shelters.

Q: Any additional thoughts for people who may still be on the fence about whether or not to support SB250? A: Folks suggest that this bill penalizes responsible owners, yet if people are truly responsible — by either spaying/neutering their dog or purchasing an unaltered license — they will have nothing to worry about whatsoever. In sum, this bill is a step in the right direction — if we can make a minor dent in the overall unwanted pet population and reduce the amount of money

FELIX ADAMO / THE CALIFORNIAN

Dogs like these at the Kern County Animal Shelter are always looking for a “forever home.” Officials encourage pet adoption. we are spending each year to house and euthanize those animals — then SB250 will be a success. To read the text of SB250 in its entirety or to find out more about SB250, go to: YesonSB250.com Have a pet-related question or comment? E-mail Vicky at: vicky@pawprintcity.com or visit: www.pawprintcitytimes.com.

Pets of the Week

Teddy is a 1½-year-old male Border Collie Pit mix. Teddy is housebroken, Playful and minds commands. He could use some training to enhance his already good habits.

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Torrie is a 2 year old female Torti. She is playful and inquisitive. Torrie would make a great addition to any home.

If you would like to offer Teddy or Torrie a forever home, please call Bakersfield SPCA at 323-8353 today! DONATIONS ARE ALWAYS APPRECIATED!

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