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Grr! Bulldogs baseball brings home win! Pg. 3 Not in my garden! How to get rid of worms Pg. 5 Top June athlete Pg. 7

A splash of summer! The heat is here, but relief is at your neighborhood spray park, pg. 4

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he Gaslight Melodrama Theatre, 12748 Jomani Drive, is bringing back the wedding of the century — the Oildale century that is — and just in time to celebrate Oildale’s 100th birthday. In honor of the Oildale Centennial, the Gaslight Melodrama Theatre is hosting an opening night, red carpet gala of “My Big Fat Oildale Wedding” on Thursday, June 9 at 7 p.m. All ticket sales will be donated to the Oildale Centennial Committee to help with their beautification projects in Oildale. The legendary Trouts Nightclub will be donating one-of-a-kind guitars, autographed by selected musicians, to be auctioned off at the event. Tickets for the opening night gala are $50 for front row seats and $25 for general admission. “My Big Fat Oildale Wedding” premiered in March and sold out every show of the six-week run. By popular demand, the Gaslight Melodrama is bringing the show back for a second run July 9 -Aug. 15. Written by Michael Prince, the show stars Rosie Ayala, Jill Burdick, Ken Burdick, Warren Dobson, Scott Hillberry, Coryn McBride, Katie Metz , Michael Prince, Greg Ramsdell, Kimberly Slikker and Jay Stoddard. For reservations, call 587-3377.

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t’s summertime! That means lemonade, swimming, and of course, summer camp! This year St. John’s Lutheran Church, 4500 Buena Vista Road, is transforming into a fun and crazy summer camp for two exciting FREE weeks of Vacation Bible School! Both weeks of VBS are the same, so choose the session that works for you: July 13-17 or July 20-24. Both weeks run from 8:30 a.m. to noon each day. Through the Gospel-light VBS program “SonRock,” campers will learn about building their lives on the Solid Rock: Jesus Christ! Each week is packed with games, skits, crafts, snacks, music, and more! Children ages 4 through those entering the sixth grade are invited to come have a blast learning about Christ! Registration forms are available at: neighbors know by posting your event online at: www.sjlchurch.org, or call the office at 665-7815. www.bakersfieldvoice.com, create a free profile and Is YOUR church hosting Vacation Bible School, begin posting your stories, photos and blogs right summer camp or any other events? Let your Voice now. Don’t hesitate, start posting today!

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Bakersfield Bulldogs are top dogs! BY LESLI HELMS Community contributor

Bakersfield Bulldogs claimed the Slumpbuster tournament in Omaha, Neb. last month. With the College World Series also taking place in Omaha, the Bakersfield Bulldogs 13u travel team set their

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Paw Print City: Vacation advice

Oh my! It’s hot out there and that means worms in the garden. Kathy Robinson of Robby’s offers some tips on how to get those critters on their way!

sights on taking their own title in the Triple Crown Slumpbuster. The Slumpbuster is held in conjunction with the College World Series and consists of more than 450 teams from 37 states. The Bulldogs battled through 36 teams from 12 states to claim the title.

It’s the season of the fun getaway, but who’s going to care for your beloved pet?

Star Athlete of the Month

The Bulldogs are: Kody Wright, Ryan Unruh, Ricky Sottile, Max Carter, Junior Felix, Zac Sullivan, Tucker Caldwell, Allan Winans, Monty Stevens, We’ve got a winner! Time to see which young Kyle Speaks, Brooks Douglass, Jake Karwoski; managed by Cary Wright with coaches Don Unruh and Rick Sottile. star is the June Athlete of the Month for TBV!

Bobby Sox takes first in national qualifier

Happy 15th Birthday, Emily

About the cover Barbara Butler of FireCreekPhotography got some cool — literally! — shots out at Jastro’s spray park. Since the heat is finally here, it’s the perfect time to share Butler’s review of the spray park concept, pg. 4.

Congratulations to the 2009 Bobby Sox 18u All-Star Team for taking first place in a very heated, exciting championship game in La Mirada, June 14. The girls played hard and through injuries to take the championship! They will be competing in the National Tournament in Vacaville, July 24-28. We love you — Mom, Dad & Audrey

Your photo could be on our next cover! Photos and stories for the July 19 issue must be posted by Wednesday, July 15 at 5 p.m.

The team consists of players: Paige Angle, Korie Covington, Rosie Davalos, Nicole Lawrence, Deserey Lopez, Savannah Melton, Bailey Melton, Sarah Navarro, Miranda Valverde, and Jackie Torres; Coaches: Tony Melton, JJ Melton, and Mat Angle; Manager: Christina Melton; Chaperone: Charlene Navarro.

Pets of the Week

Hi! My name is Anya and I am a two month old, spayed female, gray/white domestic short hair mix. I am very sweet, cuddly and love to be held. I enjoy seafood dinners, long cat naps and playing with anything that moves. I would make a great fit for any family. Don’t forget my ID number - 768341!

Hi! My name is Dee and I am a nine month old, neutered male, black/white Dalmatian mix. I seem to do well with other similar sized dogs. I am still a puppy, so I will need a bit of training to keep me happy. I am very sweet and loving. I would do well in a family with older children. Don’t forget my ID number - 765678!

These pets may be adopted quickly! Please visit the KERN COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER at 201 S. Mt. Vernon Ave. to see all of our adoptable pets. For more info call 661-868-7144 or visit our website at www.co.kern.ca.us/acd.

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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Educator of the Month

Mr. Rhodes Nominated by Guadalupe Hernández PHOTOS BY BARBARA BUTLER OF FIRECREEKPHOTOGRAPHY

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. He builds up their self-esteem. He is just so marvelous with my girls!

Educator of the month Mrs. Lynn Rose Nominated by Lauren Valdivia Mrs. Rose was my kindergarten teacher at Del Rio Elementary. I would like to nominate Mrs. Rose because she is a smart, loving and caring person; and she is a great teacher. She helped us stretch the sounds and then say them fast to make submitRose your nominee for Educator Month, a word.ToMrs. makes us allof the smarter. go to: www.northwest We love her!voice.com then click on “Post Something!” and contribute a

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■ 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. Nominations should tell us in 50 words or less why your teacher is the best and MUST also include their first and last name, school, department/grade and a photo in a jpeg format. Winners will be featured in the print edition of The Bakersfield Voice for a month and will receive a $50 gift card for school supplies, compliments of GW School Supply and TBV.

re you looking for an inexpensive way to beat the infamous “Bakersfield heat?” How about a visit to the water spray playground at Jastro Park? It’s FREE (perfect for anyone’s budget) and one of my family’s favorite ways to cool down and enjoy a couple of hours out. My granddaughter loves the water canons, dumping buckets, twirling flower and oh yes, the whale. I love the opportunity to kick back under a big tree and take a few photos. My husband loves the chance to catch up on his reading. I just haven’t figured out how that works since his eyes are closed most of the time. We’ve been known to grab Costco hot dogs and dash right over after work!! I’ve got to say that this is a great way to end a busy day. Jastro Park is on Truxtun Avenue, between Elm and Myrtle streets. Visit Bakersfield City Recreation & Parks for hours of operation and other spray water park locations or call 326-FUNN. Also visit their Web site at: http://www.bakersfieldcity.us/recreation/Par ks/jastro.htm


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hat a glorious spring we have had! At Robby’s Nursery, we have been quite busy with enthusiastic gardeners. It seems like every other customer comments on the wonderful weather we’ve had. All seem so grateful while, at the same time, wondering when it will end. After all, we do live in Bakersfield. This year, along with the good weather, we have noticed an early and unusual abundance of worms devouring all kinds of plants. Army worms, grubs, tomato worms and bud Garden columnist worms are out in force. They seem to be stripping foliage from the garden as well as the trees. They are attacking petunias and geraniums as well as grapes, passion vines and even the lawn. Usually all this damage shows up in mid- to late summer, but I’m here to tell you it’s been going on for several weeks already. “Where do they come from?” is the question most often asked. Well, you

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must think back to biology class ... remember, beautiful butterflies and moths lay the eggs for these annoying little creatures. I know we must have the worms for these butterflies, but could they leave some leaves on my Redbud or some flowers on the petunias? Grapevines don’t look so great with all the leaves looking like skeletons. To get a handle on worms, I like to use Liquid Seven or the organic product called Worm Ender. There is also a new organic product containing Spinocad that has been doing a good job on worms as well as leaf miners. These products can be used on ornamental plants and trees as well as edibles. Remember, when spraying to do so in the early morning or evening. And spray once a week for at least three weeks. Hold the water for 24 hours after spraying for the best kill. If you’ve been using one particular spray, sometimes it helps to try a different one ... mix them up for a better kill. I would gladly put up with dealing with a few worms if it meant more “beach weather,” but somehow I think our luck has about run out ... at least, where the weather is concerned! So, hello Bakersfield summer! — Gardening columnist Kathy Robinson is the owner of Robby’s Nursery in northwest Bakersfield.

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he recent heat spate has caused many a Bakersfield resident to think of one thing — getting out of town as soon as possible. For the petless, or those people fortunate to have a builtin sitter (read: young adult living at home), vacationing can be easily accomplished. For the rest of us furparents, proper pet accommodations can make or break a worry-free vacation. Dog owners generally have two choices for pet care while vacationing; hiring a pet sitter or boarding their pup at a kennel. Pet sitters come to your home, usually two or three times a day to provide food, water, play time, and walks, and can be a great choice, especially if you have multiple pets of various species. If you are hiring a pet sitter for the first time, get recommendations from friends and family, check to be sure they are licensed, bonded and insured and request references from other cust o m e r s . Schedule a time for the pet sitter to come to your home well Pet columnist before your

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TBV’s June Athlete: Sonny Garcia The Bakersfield Voice’s star athlete of the month for June is Sonny Garcia. Sonny, 7, is playing his second year of baseball with Bakersfield Southwest Baseball. He played for the Padres last year and Giants in the North of the River (NOR) league two years ago. He is having a great season so far! Sonny’s name was picked from among the other Star Athlete nominations for June. The Athlete of the Month receives a $50 gift card for sporting equipment, compliments of Sports Authority.

vacation and observe their interaction with your pets, detail the services you need and ask questions. For some pets, especially those who suffer from separation anxiety, a boarding kennel can be a better choice. Like with pet sitters, start by asking friends, family and co-workers who they have had good experiences with in the past. Call and find out the operating hours of the kennel, then go out for a visit. Reputable kennels are always happy to show people around and highlight the amenities of their kennel. If your dog is a house dog, you may be interested in making sure their kennel is climate-controlled, while a larger rambunctious dog may need a kennel where there is an opportunity for out-of-kennel playing in a fenced play area. Check a couple of places to find the best fit for your dog’s needs. AP Whichever option you choose, know Turbo, a Wheaton terrier, chews on a snack during his stay at a pet care center. Our pet that your pet care provider needs your pet to be current on their vaccina- columnist, Vicky Thrasher advises animal owners visit prospective kennels. tions, to protect themselves and other pets they come into contact with. They also need you to be honest with them about any eccentricities your pet has, and believe me when I tell you all pets have a few. Nothing you will tell your Nominated by Dr. Brandon Hawkins pet care worker will come as a shock. Well, I have to compliment my son on being With a little prep work, you can have such a great student in achieving high grades a vacation that works well for both you and the honor roll all year long, a Cub Scout and and your pets. for being a great athlete. It takes a lot of work Have a pet-related question or comand devotion to be a good student athlete. ment? E-mail Vicky at: Vicky@pawThis past year Micah has played multiple or go to: printcity.com sports including: football for the Fruitvale www.pawprintcitytimes.com. Cyclones, basketball and swimming for RGB. For the Cyclones, he was the fullback and back-up quarterback as well as the defensive end for the team. He also played basketball for NOR and now has returned to the pool where last year he ended the season second place in his age group at the county championships and was the overall point winner for his age group.

This week’s Star Athlete: Micah Hawkins

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