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Optimal Hospice needs volunteers BY RHONDA FRANKHOUSER Community contributor

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ave you always wanted to volunteer for a good cause but felt like you just didn’t have the time? We need hairstylists, massage therapists, home and yard clean up, manicurists — or any other professional service specialist willing to donate a little time to help us offer a better quality of life to our hospice families. Optimal Hospice Care strives to create the best quality of life possible for our patients and those caring for them. Often

these families are so overwhelmed by the everyday struggles of facing terminal illness, they are unable to take care of themselves. Professional service volunteers help us to brighten these lives by sharing their special talent or skill. If you have the heart to help others, and a little time to share, this could be the perfect fit for you. We will work around your busy schedule. If you are interested in getting more information about this special program, please call the volCOURTESY OF RHONDA FRANKHOUSER unteer department at 716-4000 or Past caregiver turned Mentor Hospice e-mail us at: Volunteer, Evie Isle, holding a photo of rfrankhouser@optimalhs.com. her beloved Roy.

Swing a club for local scouting! COURTESY OF SOUTHERN SIERRA COUNCIL, BSA

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or 33 years, golfers have been making a difference in the lives of youth. The annual Boy Scouts of America Golf Tournament will be Friday, May 15, at the Sundale Country Club, 6218 Sundale Ave. This annual tournament serves as a key fundraiser to support Scout activities all year long. Get in the game by building a foursome or signing up yourself. All players receive lunch, a gift bag

and hors d’oeuvres reception after the tournament. The event includes a putting contest, longest drive competition, raffle prizes and more! To register to play, purchase raffle tickets or make a donation, please contact Dianna at the Boy Scout Service Center at 325-9036 or e-mail: dzullo@bsamail.org. Sponsorship opportunities are also available! Enjoy a great day of fun, and support a great cause all at the same time! Our youth count on this event to be successful!

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Thinking about home schooling? BY SUSAN LEMONS Community contributor

hinking About Homeschooling is a Christian ministry that helps families considering home schooling their children. We provide informational meetings, networking and support to help parents make the decision to home school and get off to a good start. Meetings are at Lighthouse Southern Baptist Church, 6700 Stine Road (south of Costco), 7 p.m., the second Thursday of every month. The dates are May 14, June 11, July 9, Aug. 13 and Sept. 10.

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he Northwest Falcons youth football teams will be having a large yard sale at 9514 Colfax Court, Saturday, May 16. Lots of clothing, toys and other items. Come and support our local football program!

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Her mother is her rock BY CHANDLER BULLMAN Community contributor

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ike all mothers, my mom is goofy when she tries to be current with the style or music, and she is always there for me. My family is very involved with swimming and when I am at a swim meet, instead of sitting in a chair reading a magazine or talking on her cell phone with a girlfriend, she stands up in the blazing sun and helps with every meet that is possible. She has led my sister and I in the right direction and has helped with any problems we have. I love my mom and I know that she loves me — not because she tells me she does, but because of what she does to show her love for me. My mom is my rock and I couldn’t be the person I am today without her. She is a beautiful person and I want to grow up to be just like her.

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We just had to share more “Spring into Action” photo contest entries with you! Stay tuned for details on the next photo contest for The Bakersfield Voice.

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other’s Day thoughts: The meaning of what a mother is a common theme throughout most cultures, and they are known and expected to be nurturing, care givers and full of love. At the danger of being unoriginal, what our mom means to us — the world. This Mother’s Day, we thank you for being our rock, our inspiration, our passion and devotion. We helplessly try to thank you for the immeasurable sacrifices you’ve made for us, for the tough choices you’ve had to make so that we can all be here now, united. No amount of words can express the wonder of you. There are seven of us and only one of you, and yet you manage to make us all feel special. You heal our spirit through your love … you have always known how to balance being a parent while being our friend. You heal our bodies

Professionally speaking ...

NBA player to give keynote address at Cal State Bakersfield event for students.

through the most delicious food — mmm ... discada, frijoles charros, tamales de repollo — the list could go on forever. You inspire us with your creativity: barber skills, sewing wedding/quinceañera dresses, making recuerdos, cake decorating, hand-woven scarves and so much more. You influence us with your positive attitude. Just look at us, Mom — seven kids and YOU did it! We love you, Mom! Happy Mother’s Day! Your lucky seven, Jessy, Junior, Eren, Julio, Rubi, Crystal and Karina

About the cover Community contributor Paul Garcia posted this great shot on our Web site of his 7-year-old son, Sonny tagging out an opposing player. Sonny plays for Bakersfield Southwest Baseball. Paul nominated Sonny for “Star Athlete of the Week.” See how you can nominate your “Star” on page 7. Your photo could be on our next cover! Photos and stories for the May 31 issue must be posted by Wednesday, May 20 at 5 p.m.

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appy Mother’s Day, Mom! We just wanted you to know how much we appreciate everything you do for us! Have a great Mother’s

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ere are the remaining entries to our “Spring Into Action” contest. Enjoy! And remember, be on the lookout for our next contest online and in a future printed edition of The Bakersfield Voice!

Four generations gather for Easter celebration

Easter Bunny runs wild in northwest backyard BY JULIAN Community contributor

The Easter Bunny ran amuck in our backyard in northwest Bakersfield, so we called up the cousins to help clean up the mess. There were eggs everywhere! Some were filled with chocolate and some with cash. New toys were scattered about and a few giant Easter baskets were up for grabs. All the cousins went straight to work; keeping what they could hold in their baskets. We finally cleaned up everything (hopefully). We thanked our cousins for helping and asked them if they could be called when the Bunny

BY LINDA T. FRENCH Community contributor

This Easter, four generations of our family gathered by the river in Reedley. The youngest was 10 months old and the oldest was in her 80s! Of all the cousins, only two are boys! But they can’t play together because one is a baby and the other is 14!

Rediscovering Hart Park

Educator of the Month

BY CHRISTEL M. RUDDY Community contributor

Spring has got to be my favorite time of year in Bakersfield. The weather is perfect — sunny, but not too hot — and Nominated Guadalupe Hernández everything thatbyshould be green is green. Buds are bursting, birds are I’d like to nominate my twin daughters’ kindergarten teacher busywho building; and people alike School. Mr. Rhodes teachesanimals at Discovery Elementary are coming out of hiding to enjoy the At the beginning of the year, I was so skeptical after season of rebirth and new growth! having learned that they were going to have a male teacher This spring break our household for kindergarten. He has superseded all of my expectations PHOTO BY CHRISTEL M. RUDDY rediscovered Hart Park. We’ve been as to what a great kindergarten teacher should be. be aMy river, a concession stand sits making the trek out on Alfred Harrell girls love Mr. Rhodes. them lots of cute and up and empty. You can no boarded Highway to walkHe theteaches dogs and enjoy silly songs. He builds up their self-esteem. He is just so rent boats and paddle around this county park all week, just as people longer marvelous with mydoing girls! since it was first dedi- (as far as we could tell), but you can have been picnic, fish or simply sit and watch the cated in 1929. river run by. Or, you can meander in There are bits of history throughout quiet contemplation down one of the the park, evidence of times when the trails, keeping your eyes open for what park was used differently than it is you might see, which is one of my today. A log cabin with a water wheel favorite things! totters precariously over what used to

made a mess in our backyard again. Thank you, Easter Bunny. See you next year!

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Educator of the month Dr. Roberta Zaph Nominated by the parents of Henry Saucedo We would like to nominate a miracle worker of a teacher, Dr. Roberta Zaph, who teaches second grade at Thorner Elementary. She is a truly dedicated teacher and deserves many praises. Our son had attended another school for the majority of the year, where he was in constant trouble. To submit yourturned nominee forour Educator of the Month, singleDr. Zaph has son around go to: www.northwest voice.com then click on structured, “Post Something!” and contribute a handedly with consistent, teaching paragraph about why you appreciate and would like to recognize your nominee. Be sure methods. Our family is so thankful for Dr. Zaph’s to include the educator’s name, school, department and picture. The contest is open to genuine dedication perseverance. Keep educators in the Southwestand area. Entries can also be e-mailed to: up dmartin@northwestvoice.com. monthdoing, the winning entry $50 gift certificate, the awesome workEach you’re Dr. Zaph! compliments of GW School Supply and The Northwest Voice. Sponsored by

■ If you have a teacher you think is great, nominate them for Educator of the Month by going to: www.bakersfieldvoice.com and posting an article AND a photo. Nominations should tell us in 50 words or less why your teacher is the best and should also include their name, school, department and a photo in jpg. form. All nominees will be featured in the print edition of The Bakersfield Voice and each month the winning entry will receive a $50 gift card for school supplies, compliments of GW School Supply and TBV.

Annual egg toss takes the (cup)cake kids had one of their parents, or a big cousin as My family and I always their partner. celebrate Easter in a And then we end the huge way. With the size of games with our annual egg our family, every special toss competition with all of occasion is HUGE! It is a our family members and family tradition for the friends participating. We children of the family to usually have more than compete in a few games. two dozens eggs for this This year we did the game. This year was even spoon race, where you more special, because it had to balance an egg on was one of our little the end of a spoon, and cousins, Braden Mendibuhold the end in your ru’s, second birthday. He mouth. We also had a loved his special blue cuppotato sack race with just cakes that were made just the kids, and then we had for him. I am very thanka two-man potato sack ful for having such a large race, where each of the family that always comes

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Braden Mendiburu got the (sweet) blues for his b.day! together for so many occasions. Our family is truly blessed.


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Eggs & games galore give this Bakersfield family a fun Easter balls. I had a lot of fun with my parents, my brother, and my two sisters. The adults pitched On Easter 2009, my family and I went to visit in and put prizes in 20 of the 300 eggs! Since my grandma’s house in the San Fernando Val- there were prizes in them, the kids got even ley. I spent the day with my 25 cousins and 27 more excited! aunts and uncles. While we were there, we did When we were done with the egg hunt, we some arts and crafts, and games. For example, started to trade candies. After trading, we ate a water balloon toss, a potato-sack race, and of hamburgers, chicken, hot dogs, soda and course, an Easter egg hunt. Some of the arts chips. and crafts we did were painting our own Easter After a long day, we had to say goodbye to all eggs and made our own Easter baskets using our relatives and drive back home to Bakerspaper bags, construction paper and cotton field. BY ANDY REYES

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Mobile clinic rolls into town Affordable spay/neuter service provided by Angel Dog Foundation

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ngel Dogs Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing mobile spay/neuter services, education and outreach to Los Angeles and Kern has begun providing Counties spay/neuter services in Bakersfield. Lisa Tipton describes her Angel Dogs Foundation’s mission as: “Our goals are to reduce impound and euthanasia rates at L.A. County and Kern shelters, and to educate the public to assist in eradicating the companion animal overpopulation crisis. We’d like to make spay and neuter more affordPet columnist able and con-

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venient for every pet owner, and to create a sustainable, self-supporting mobile spay/neuter program that will become a part of the community for many years.” Lisa began her interest in curbing the number of homeless pets through organizing the first free Bakersfield Spay/Neuter Day in 2006, describing the response from the community as “astounding.” “We were told nobody would care. We got 1,000 phone calls in a matter of hours for 100 available appointments,” she said. In response to what she sees as a tremendous need, Tipton founded her organization and searched for sponsors for a mobile clinic. Found Animals Foundation, PetSmart Charities and Coalition for Pets and Public Safety offered grants to pay to launch the program. They took to the streets — first in Lancaster, Palmdale, Littlerock and Lake Los Angeles — and are now ready to serve Bakersfield. Their 31-foot long mobile clinic, sponsored by the Coalition for Pets and Public Safety, is outfitted with the latest veterinary equipment

Fees for spaying and neutering are $110 for dogs and $90 for cats, including a free Avid microchip and a rabies vaccination. Other yearly vaccinations are available for dogs and cats for an additional $10. There are no additional charges, and each pet is given a postsurgery pain injection to keep them comfortable. Angel Dogs does accept vouchers from local organizations, further bringing down the cost of the procedure. The one thing Angel Dogs Foundation needs from the community are people filling up their appointment books. Says Tipton, “In order to stay financially viable and continue to operate, we have to fill up our appointments. Every dollar that is donated goes directly to the program and will lower the prices for everyone. We welcome corporate sponsors that may be looking for an advertising opportunity.” To schedule an appointment for spay/neuter services, call toll-free (888) 504-SPAY (7729) or e-mail: appointments@angeldogsfoundation.org To find out more about Angel Dogs Foundation, visit: www.angeldogsfoundation.org.

available, and their veterinarians and veterinary technicians are trained in High Volume and pediatric sterilization procedures. Angel Dogs Foundation’s Medical Director is Jennifer McDougle, DVM, who was the first Kern County Animal Control shelter veterinarian. McDougle continues to practice in Bakersfield and joined the organization to actively help reduce the number of homeless pets in Kern County. The foundation will be parking their mobile clinic at the Kern County Animal Control facility, 201 S. Mt. Vernon Ave., on the first three Wednesdays of the month, if there is enough demand for the services they provide. Tipton emphasizes that the quality of the care provided in their mobile clinic is first-rate. “Our vets are specially trained in high volume, high quality spay/neuter techniques. People may think they are being Have a pet-related question or comprovided an inferior service because we are in a mobile clinic, but we use the best ment? E-mail Vicky at: vicky@pawequipment, our vets are highly skilled, printcity.com or visit: www.pawprintcitytimes.com and the outcome is the same,” she said.

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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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The response to Vicky Thrasher’s interview with State Sen. Dean Florez about his proposed legislation, SB250 — The Pet Responsibility Act, was great! It’s wonderful to see such an important issue debated among caring citizens and pet owners who want the best for our animals. Here we share some of those responses, and invite more pet owners in The Bakersfield Voice community to chime in on the discussion as well. Perhaps, together, we can come up with a solution!

Politicians would do well to remember that the AR nuts don’t elect them, animal owners do, and there are a lot more of us than them. If the vast majority of animals in CA are spayed/neutered, than those that are already importing animals from third-world countries and other states will just increase their efforts. Swine flu is nothing compared to the diseases that some of these animals will bring with them. COMMENT FROM: BULLIEMOM Posted on: Mon Apr 27, 2009

COMMENT FROM: GRAYFIRE Posted on: Mon Apr 27, 2009

Sen. Florez’s bill is as flawed as AB1634 was. AC (animal control) is a local problem, not a state problem. There are several counties in this state that do have an AC dept. or even an officer because they have a very small human population. 90 percent of AC costs are fixed, wages, benefits, buildings, vehicles, utilities. The state’s own stats show a steady downward trend in animals taken in to shelters and euthanized WITHOUT laws such as these. Santa Cruz had worse numbers than surrounding counties WITHOUT such laws. CA taxpayers are also bearing the burden of greedy politicians who are willing to listen to the lies of the animal rights movement to line their pockets.

The main problem I have with this bill is that it punishes law-abiding pet owners. The State is in such a fiscal crises, how do they plan to enforce these laws? They do not have the money or the manpower to do so. I think the first thing we should do is educate the public on how to be a responsible pet owner. Next, we need to make the tag fees reasonable so that more people are in compliance. Finally for those who choose to have their dog spayed/neutered, have it done for free or at low cost. If you would like to read other comments related to this post, go to The Bakersfield Voice at: http://www.bakersfieldvoice.com/home /ViewPost/96936


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ational Basketball Association veteran Sean Rooks will be the keynote speaker at California State University, Bakersfield during a kickoff event for CHAMPS/Life Skills Program. Established by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, the program is designed to encourage the development of character in students and studentathletes. The event will be at 6 p.m., Wednesday, May 13 in the Student

Union, multipurpose room, 9001 Stockdale Hwy. Rooks attended and was a star basketball player for the University of Arizona from 1988 to 1992. The event is free and open to the pubRooks lic. For information, contact Karla Young at 654-6855 or Natasha Weatherspoon at 654-2275.

YOURCELEBRATIONS Happy 8th Birthday, Hunter Devin! We love you, Dad and Ashley

This week’s Star Athlete: Trinity Quattlebaum Nominated by Anna Quattlebaum My daughter, Trinity Quattlebaum, is 6 years old and a cheerleader at American Kids Sports Center. She attends kindergarten at Bimat Elementary. Trinity has been cheering for two seasons. This year alone, Trinity and her team took two national championships and one state championship. Trinity has learned what it means to be a team player; she loves her coaches and her teammates. When Trinity is not cheering, she loves hanging out with her family and friends, going to the movies, swimming and just being a 6year-old little girl who loves the Jonas Brothers. We love you, from Mommy and Daddy.

■ Do you have a son, daughter, grandkid or buddy who is your pick for MVP? Nominate them for Star Athlete of the Week by going to: www.bakersfieldvoice.com and posting an article AND photo. Nominations should tell us in 50 words or less what makes this kid a star athlete and should include a photo in jpg. form. All nominees will be featured weekly in the print edition of The Bakersfield Voice, and each month, one nominee’s name will be drawn to receive a $50 gift card for sporting equipment, compliments of Sports Authority and TBV.

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The Bakersfield Voice May 10, 2009  

The Bakersfield Voice May 10, 2009

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