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Masterworks Chorale to liven things up! Pg. 2 First Book event Pg. 4 Washing the dog was never so easy Pg. 7

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MAY 24-30, 2009

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A lively night out with the Masterworks Chorale Community contributor

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or an evening of lively choral music, with selections from Irving Berlin to spirituals, join Bakersfield Masterworks Chorale for its annual spring dinner concert, Saturday, May 30, at Liberty Hall, 5917 Knudsen Drive. The evening begins at 5:30 p.m. with champagne and drawings, followed by dinner at 6:30 p.m. The concert, and more drawings and raffles for a wide array of items, will begin after dinner. Choral director is Phil Witmer, former choral director for Stockdale High School. Tickets for the dinner concert are $45 and are available at the Bakersfield Symphony office, 1328 34th St., #A, or call 323-7928. PHOTO COURTESY OF CAROL SMITH The Bakersfield Masterworks Chorale is an affiliThe Masterworks Chorale will perform May 30. ate of the Bakersfield Symphony.

Memorial Day outreach concert Community contributor

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aymes Reunion, a talented band from the Bay area, will be playing a FREE concert on Memorial Day, May 25, at 6 p.m., along with local bands — The Boasting Weak and The Porch! In addition to the free music, BBQ hamburgers and hot dogs, chips and drinks will be on

sale for $1 each. There will be band merchandise for sale as well. This event is open to the public and childcare will be provided for infants to 4 years old. Don’t miss out on awesome music, awesome friendships, awesome food and an awesome opportunity to share Truth with the community of Bakersfield! The event will be held at Calvary Chapel Westbrook, 6501 Schirra Court, #303.

Two fun contests — lots of cool prizes! and blogs. All contest entries must be posted online. While you are at it, and to celebrate Father’s Day, o we have a contest for you! Well, actually enter our “Goofy Dad Moments” contest in which the we have TWO! The first one: Tell us your child's favorite prize is SIX tickets to the Monterey Bay Aquarium (a nearly $200 value)! What a great way to spend a Sesame Street character and why in 200 special day with dad! words or less. If your entry is chosen, To enter this contest, just tell us a funny stoyou’ll get FOUR tickets to the “Sesame ry (200 words or less) involving your dear ol’ Street Live” show on June 2 & 3 dad, or tell us something goofy at Rabobank Theater. Deador funny your dad does line to enter is Tuesday, that keeps you in May 26 at noon. stitches. The deadline It’s easy to enter. to enter is June 1, and Just go to our Web the winner and selectsite: www.bakersed runners-up will be fieldvoice.com featured in a future and create a printed edition of FREE profile. Begin posting The Bakersfield stories, photos Voice!

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MAY 24-30, 2009

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Gallery of Art showcases renowned landscape artist

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here will be a free soccer clinic for boys born after Aug. 1, 1995 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, May 30 at Liberty Park, 11225 Brimhall Road.

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This week’s Star Athlete

It’s brotherly love with our Star Athlete submission. Check out one older brother’s take on his younger brother’s athletic talents!

ynelle Echiverria, one of Bakersfield ’s most renowned landscape painters characterizes her painting as being representative views of California landscapes. A free reception with the artist will be held at the gallery Friday, June 12, from 4 to 7 p.m. The Gallery of Art is located at the Bakersfield East Hills Mall and is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily except Mondays. Lynelle is guest artist at the Bakersfield Art Association’s Gallery of Art June 2- Aug. 2.

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Sweet face, sweet girl, sweet cupcake — how can you go wrong? And community contributing photographer, Alex Torres (Username: gurlroxy) certainly did not with this adorable photo! It just reminded us of the “sweet” prizes we have to offer with two different contests underway. Be sure to enter today — you never know, you might get the next treat in the form of free event tickets! Your photo could be on our next cover! Photos and stories for the June 14 issue must be posted by Wednesday, June 3 at 5 p.m.

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MAY 24-30, 2009

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Book this cause! BY SANDY MCMAHAN Community contributor

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First Book fundraiser will be held Saturday, May 30, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Russo’s Books at The Marketplace, 9000 Ming Ave. First Book is devoted to providing low-income children and their families with their first books. How can you help? Russo’s Books will donate 10 percent of the day’s book sales to the First Book Bakersfield’s Advisory Board, a local nonprofit organization working with existing community-based tutoring, mentoring, and family literacy programs to provide ongoing book distribution to children. The event will feature celebrity readers throughout the day, along with preschool and elementary school-age

storytime. The volunteer advisory board was formed in January 2001 to act as a liaison between the community, local educational programs and the national First Book non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. Since then, First Book Bakersfield has placed more than 4,000 books in the hands of more than 250 children annually. The children supported by First Book are hardest to reach and are found in literacy programs based in libraries, housing projects, school–based programs and other initiatives. Pre-school through second-grade teachers apply for grants in August of each year, with books distributed to children each month from October through March. For more information, contact Teresa COURTESY PHOTO Twissleman at 636-4645; Sandra Yoon at 631-4808; or Sandy McMahan at 636- Celebrity readers for First Book Bakersfield include Kern County Sheriff's Department Canine Unit Deputy Sheriff Mitch Adams and dog Casey. 4806.

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This week’s Star Athlete: Nathaniel Torres Nominated by Alex Torres I'd like to nominate my little brother, Nathaniel Torres, for Star Athlete of the Month. He currently plays baseball and he is all over. He plays everything from pitcher, to shortstop, to outfielder. He tries his hardest in everything he does. He gets very good grades and is on the honor roll. Before baseball season, he played soccer. He is a great defender as well as goalie. In school, he is always enrolled in whatever intramurals that they have going on. He is practically a fish — considering he's always in the water when it comes to pools. He is a very athletic young man and I am so proud of him.

■ 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. Nominations should tell us in 50 words or less what makes this kid a star athlete and should include a photo. 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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MAY 24-30, 2009

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Jr. high students venture New England states BY PEGGY DEWANE-POPE Community contributor

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couple dozen junior high students for a week crammed into busses, planes, and hotels could sound like a nightmare for some, but after touring Boston and New York with them, I’m hooked. Students from Warren, Stonecreek, and Actis junior high schools ventured through the New England states during spring break taking in Revolutionary War sites, Ground Zero, the United Nations, and Wall Street, bringing to life all the history curriculum and daily news. Students, teachers, parents and a librarian ate up the sights and sounds with the enthusiasm of a hungry teen at an all-you-can-eat buffet! Our tour guide seemed determined that we get a taste of the East Coast in a matter of days, making certain we saw Paul Revere’s home, the Old North Church, Lexington, and Concord and The Old Manse House where American novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne once

lived. The battle of Bunker Hill, the Salem Witch Trials, and some of the many Boston colleges joined the mustsee list. Now my 16-year-old can say she “went” to Harvard, as did her parents (both of whom graduated from Cal Poly, truth be told!). New York took a couple hours to get to — a trip traversing Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut as well as a chunk of New York. Is that possible, we thought, when pondering the trip from San Diego to the Oregon border at an astounding 14 hours of driving — all in California? This East Coast business is compact! PHOTO BY PEGGY DEWANE-POPE Our coach driver, retired from the New York Police Department, provided Miranda Cisneros, Courtleigh Brown, Corinne Pope, Chloe McAbee, and Callie Fackler us with tourist information as well as at the Empire State Building during their tour of the East Coast. the arrest details involving Johnny saw my son’s band teacher from junior we come from. Given an opportunity, I Depp. We blew in the wind of the high at the Rockefeller Center — prob- would highly recommend it! — Peggy Dewane-Pope is a teacher at Empire State Building at night — a cer- ably taking a similar group. We purtain 32 degrees! We sorrowed at the site chased T-shirts and stayed in a fancy Stonecreek Junior High School in the of the World Trade Center and the new New York hotel. We flew home and Panama-Buena Vista Union School construction. We searched the records slept … and slept. We feel so fortunate District. This trip involved no school at Ellis Island and dropped by Juicy because we’ve seen a beautiful part of funding and was not sponsored by the Nominated by Guadalupe Hernández part district. — unlike the beautiful Couture and the M&M store and even the country I’d like to nominate my twin daughters’ kindergarten teacher 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 kindergarten teacher should be. My girls love Mr. Rhodes. He teaches them lots of cute and silly songs. HeSpecialized builds up their self-esteem. just6 so survival swimmingHeforisages months to marvelous with my girls! 6 years with highly effective one-on-one lessons.

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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 so thankful forThe Dr. Zaph’s to include the educator’s name, school,is department and picture. 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

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Good, clean fun at the self-serve dog wash

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t was time. Actually, it was far, far past time. My shoulder affliction which began earlier in the year has successfully kept Darby from seeing the inside of a bathtub for a while now, but if we waited much longer he might start to draw flies. Not that Darby appeared altogether opposed to that option. The mere smell of the shampoo, as I the pull the bottle out of the bathroom cabinet, is enough to make him run for the furthest corner of the house and cower, as if this will be the magic time that I won’t notice his 35 pounds of stinky furriness. It’s always the same thing, and neither of us enjoys it. Not to mention that when one bathes an unwilling dog, not only do you have to clean their funky little body, afterwards you end up cleaning the entire bathroom. Maybe not you — you may have one of those “special” dogs I’ve heard of, the ones who don’t shake shampoo and hair halfway up the walls

of the bathroom. Me? I’m not that lucky. But this time would be different. We were headed to the Self Serve Pet Spa, a dog wash located in the northwest, just behind the Promenade at 2816 Calloway Drive, where you bring your pooch and they supply everything you need for bath-time fun; the tub, shampoo, conditioner, ear cleaner, eye drops, after-bath perfume, breath spray, towels and a professional-capacity dryer. They even have those cool clipon restraints, so once in the tub, your furry friend can’t hop back out again until you’re finished. Prices range from $14 to $20, depending on what type of packPet columnist

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age you purchase. For more information, go to: www.selfservepetspa.com Then click “self serve menus.” Darby knew as soon as his little bum hit the waist-high tub that bath time as he knew it was over. The sprayer quickly got him wet, all the way down to his skin, which can be tough to do with longer-haired breeds. Having both hands free to work made shampooing him a breeze. My usual grunts and less-than-family-friendly utterances were replaced by soothing words about how good he was being, and how lovely he was going to look. The woman in the stall next to mine and I started joking that this was not what our dogs expected when they saw the leash that morning. We began to have fun. The combination of the posturefriendly bathtub, the surge of water from the sprayer, and having two free hands meant Darby set a new time record for finishing his bath. Rather than sigh as he shook out his fur, I could

sit back and laugh, even urge him on. My clothes were protected by the plastic apron Self Serve Pet Spa provided, and I didn’t have to calculate how many more towels I was going to need to clean the walls. As for Darby? He was … happy. At least as happy as I’ve ever seen him on the inside of a bathtub. The professional dryer worked its magic as well, getting his coat drier than I ever did at home. We skipped the perfume and breath spray, since I figure those items are more for my benefit than his, and out of the building we went, Darby’s tail flying high and my spirits considerably lifted by having a travel-worthy dog. If you’ve never tried the Self Serve Pet Spa, give it a shot. You may never go back to your old way of bathing your dog again. I know we won’t. Have a pet-related question or comment? E-mail Vicky at: vicky@pawprintcity.com Or visit: www.pawprintcitytimes.com

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Hi! My name is Max and I am a three year old, neutered male, black/tan Dachshund/ Chihuahua mix. I enjoy going for walks, playing with toys and eating treats. I love to jump into laps and just relax. I am great with kids and similar sized dogs. Don’t forget to mention my ID number - 763182!

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