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Ladera Ranch Kids Make it to Phase 2 Of t h e G o o gl e X P RI Z E M o o n b o t s C o mp e t i o n ! The 2015 MOONBOTS Challenge is an international competition that challenges youth from 8 to 17 years old to form a team (2-4 members) to design, create and program their own robots. Rayyan and Aleena Ali of Ladera Ranch are participating in this amazing competition along with their two friends Nadia and Kamran as Team GalacTECHs. The competition is divided into two phases. In Phase One, teams submitted a short video or written story about what inspires them about the Moon, from old tales to the potential of lunar exploration. Thirty teams were selected by a panel of experts to move onto the next stage: Phase Two. In Phase Two, teams received a robotics kit of their choice: LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3, VEX IQ Superkit or MECCANO Meccanoid G15 KS to create their own robot to rove on a simulated lunar landscape based on the story the team created in Phase One of the competition. Teams are also asked to create and upload a video showing how they have demonstrated their MOONBOTS game to children and adults in their community. Three Grand Prize winners will land a once-ina-life time trip to Japan to meet with teams from all over the world competing in the Google Lunar XPRIZE. The MOONBOTS teams will learn how these Google Lunar XPRIZE teams are planning to reach the Moon with their innovative robotic

technology. Our very own Team GalacTECHs, a dynamic foursome from Orange County, CA, aspiring to be the next winners of this completion and with a passion for science and technology, have built a lunar resort that will showcase state of the art features for its visitors. The ‘Four Moon Seasons’ is the brainchild of GalacTECH Getaways, a lunar tourism company powered by Team GalacTECHs. They have made it to Phase 2 of this competition and are conducting their public outreach initiatives currently. They did a fantastic demo at the Columbia Memorial Space Center and donated two of the VEX IQ kits to this wonderful establishment in Downey, CA which is dedicated to teaching kids about STEM through space exploration. The team also had 3 more demos – one at Fairmont School in Anaheim, CA, another one at the Boys and Girls Club of Santa Ana where they donated two more kits, and at Oso Grande Elementary school in Ladera Ranch, where one of the participants got his start at building robots. These kids have worked hard all summer in building robots and missions that melt ice water, a conveyer belt, a zip line, and many other exciting things that will allow for travel to the moon easier and more efficient for all of us. About Team GalacTECHs Team GalacTECHs is made up of four future

scientists with interests ranging from filmaking, acting, 3D printing, math and robotics . Nadia (11), Rayyan (10), Kamran (10) and Aleena (8) bonded over their love for space and their desire to explore the moon. For their inspirational tale, this fantastic foursome have envisioned a state of the art, ‘Lunar Resort’ (ie. temperature guided movable space camp) that will change the face of space travel forever. Through their agency, GalacTECH Getaways, these young explorer-entrepreneurs will provide safe, cost-effective access to the moon. http://www.moonbots.org/team/team-galactechs Follow Team GalacTech on Facebook: www. facebook.com/teamgalactech

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ladera ranch school directory Ladera Ranch is served by the Capistrano Unified School District (CUSD), a highly acclaimed district with a tradition of academic excellence. Three new CUSD public school sites are planned for Ladera Ranch, including two kindergartens through fifth grade elementary schools and a kindergarten through fifth grade and sixth through eighth grade dual campus. These school sites are strategically located close to residential areas, parks, playgrounds, and nature preserves. The Capistrano Unified School District advises that schools available to Ladera Ranch residents are: Ladera Ranch Elementary and Middle School 29551 Sienna Parkway Ladera Ranch, CA 949-234-5915 Grades K-5 and 6-8 Located on one, 17-acre site. The elementary and middle schools will be two separate campuses with a shared common administrative facility. A special feature of the two schools will be the addition of a first of its kind two-story public library. Ladera Ranch K-8 students will have exclusive access to the lower level of the library during school hours, with public access available at 3:30PM. The upper level of the library will be open regularly to the public. Ladera Ranch Elementary School is the second CUSD elementary built in Ladera Ranch while Ladera Ranch Middle School is CUSD’s first middle school in the community. Chaparral Elementary School 29001 Sienna Parkway Ladera Ranch, CA 949-234-5349 Grades K-5 Ladera Ranch holds the distinction of being California’s first connected community and capitalizes on this technological infrastructure with ‘elearning’ opportunities for all students.

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At Chaparral Elementary, the mission is clear and vital: To help all children learn, to learn more tomorrow than they learn today, and to learn more next year than they learn this year. Oso Grande Elementary School 30251 Sienna Parkway Ladera Ranch, CA 949-234-5966 Grades K-5 Oso Grande Elementary School is the third K-5 elementary school to open in five years serving the growing community of Ladera Ranch. This beautiful facility is located adjacent to Oso Grande Park in close proximity to the new skate park and water park in Ladera Ranch. It is truly a stateof-the-art school featuring a large multipurpose room with multimedia capabilities, spacious classrooms for all grades with skylights, wireless internet access throughout the school and a covered lunch area located away from the main building. Fred Newhart Middle School 25001 Veterans Way Mission Viejo, CA 949-855-0162 Grades 6-8 Newhart Middle School is located in the heart of Mission Viejo and has been honored as a National Blue Ribbon School and a California Distinguished School. Newhart’s Stanford 9 test scores are among the highest in the state. Newhart has a balanced and comprehensive curriculum, extensive parent and community support, and a safe and nurturing environment. Tesoro High School 1 Tesoro Creek Road Las Flores, CA 949-234-5310 Grades 9-12 Tesoro High School, Capistrano Unified School District’s fifth comprehensive high school, opened its doors in the Fall of 2001. An extensive program in academics, including col-

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lege prep and Advanced Placement courses, special education services, and fine and performing arts are offered. Capistrano Valley High School 26301 Via Escolar Mission Viejo, CA 949-364-6100 Grades 9-12 Capistrano Valley High School is situated on a hilltop in Mission Viejo with a panoramic view of nearby Saddleback Mountain. Capistrano Valley serves a geographic area which includes portions of Mission Viejo, and San Juan Capistrano.

Grade 9 San Juan Hills High School (SJHHS) was established in the Fall of 2007 as Capistrano Unified’s sixth comprehensive high school, serving the predominately suburban communities of San Juan Capistrano, Ladera Ranch, and Capistrano Beach. San Juan Hills offers a full program of academic, athletic, and extra-curricular activities to help prepare students for the future. It will graduate its first class in 2011. One of the highlights of SJHHS is the outstanding modern facilities. All classrooms have LCD projectors;

Enrollment totals more than 2,500 in grades 9-12. Capistrano Valley has been recognized as a California Distinguished School and National Blue Ribbon School Finalist for overall excellence in academics, student achievement and athletics. San Juan Hills High School 29211 Vista Montana San Juan Capistrano, CA 949-234-5900

science rooms are designed to accommodate the specific needs of science classes and the arts classrooms are second to none. The “marquee” feature of the school is the 500-seat Performing Arts Theater and complex which is connected to state-of-the-art video production facilities and two dance studios. The all-weather football stadium and track are in the final stages of completion.


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Lido boat show he re this weekend The 37th annual Lido Boat Show – the biggest fall boat show in the West – opens Thursday, Sept. 17 at Lido Marina Village in Newport Beach and runs through Sept. 20. Along with the West’s biggest array of large yachts, the Lido Boat Show will present a wide selection of mid-sized boats, more than 200 powerboats and sailboats and provide visitors a first glance at some of the newest boats on the market. Guests will not want to miss the new Azimut 53 Magellano as it makes its West Coast debut at the show. Described as a boat for cruisers, the Magellano 53 features spacious living spaces to allow for the upmost in cruising comfort. Three cabins, ample storage space, comfortable seating areas, a large cockpit and a hydraulic swim platform are also found on this luxurious cruising vessel that boasts sleek lines and the elegance of Italian style. Alexander Marine will have the latest 72-foot motoryacht from Ocean Alexander on display at the show, along with the Pursuit 365si. The 72foot Ocean Alexander 2016 model features expansive spaces and large windows throughout that give the boat a light and bright interior. The boat deck provides room for a tender in addition to a full-service bar, generous seating and a fully equipped helm station featuring Garmin electronics with helm seat controls. “We’re seeing the net effect of an improving economy with more new boat models entering this month’s show,” said show producer Duncan McIntosh. “This promises to be the

largest Lido Boat Show in nearly a decade.” New to the show is the Lido Food Fest, which will run all four days of the show, and will feature delectable entrees from Slapfish, Cucina Alessa and Bluewater Grill. Enjoy food from local restaurants and vendors as you walk along the boat show docks. Attendees can inspect and compare motoryachts, sportfishers, family cruisers, sailboats, long-range trawlers and sport yachts from top U.S. and international builders, represented by the West Coast’s top boat dealers and yacht brokers. The show will also feature a selection of new models making their debut, along with a remarkable selection of boating gear and accessories, marine electronics, engines, generators and

yacht services. Lido Marina Village is located at Via Lido and Newport Boulevard in Newport Beach, one block south of Pacific Coast Highway. Show hours – rain or shine – are noon to 7 p.m. Thursday; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday; and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $15 for adults and free for children 12 and younger. Major credit cards are accepted. There’s free parking and a continuous shuttle. Guest docks are available for show attendees’ vessels up to 22 feet. For an updated list of exhibitors, directions, parking and shuttle information, and additional details on the 37th annual Lido Boat Show, visit lidoboatshow.com.

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Orange County Coastal Cleanup Day on September 19 Orange County Coastkeeper expects thousands to gather to pick up trash across 91 miles of coastline. Orange County residents can now sign up to participate in Coastal Cleanup Day on September 19. Volunteers across the state head to California’s coast and inland waters by the thousands to lend their hands in support of clean beaches and waterways. This year, Orange County Coastkeeper and Jim Meyer with Trails4All take on all 42-cleanup sites in Orange County—organizing site captains and volunteer registration. The cleanup efforts help collect trash and debris from sites spanning across 91 miles of coastline. Last year, 7,053 Orange County volunteers collected more than 67,000 pounds of trash and recyclable materials during the three-hour event. With increased awareness about the impact of water pollution, Coastkeeper aims to beat that mark this year. “Most people don’t think about their personal impact on pollution until they see items lying on the sand that they throw away every

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S t o r m y w e a t h e r P r e p a r a t i o n s f o r El N i ñ o 1. CREATE AN EMERGENCY FAMILY PLAN 2. EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN (RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL) 3. PREPARE A DISASTER SUPPLY KIT 4. SANDBAG CONSTRUCTION 5. SANDBAG SUPPLIERS 6. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FEDERAL DISASTER ASSISTANCE AND FEDERAL FLOOD INSURANCE 7. IF AN EVACUATION IS ADVISED Discuss what to do about power outages and personal injuries. Draw a floor plan of your home, and mark an escape route from each room. Locate the main electric fuse box, water service main, and natural gas main. Learn how and when to turn these utilities off. Teach all responsible family members. Keep necessary tools near gas and water shut-off valves. Remember, turn off the utilities only if you suspect the lines are damaged or if you are instructed to do so. If you turn the gas off, you will need a professional to turn it back on. Pick one out-of-state and one local friend or reative for family members to call if separated by disaster (it is often easier to call out-of-state than within the affected area). • Post emergency telephone numbers near telephones. • Teach children how and when to call 911, police and fire. • Teach children how to make long distance telephone calls. • Instruct household members to turn on the radio for emergency information. Pick two meeting places: • A place near your home in case of a fire. • A place in your neighborhood in case you cannot return home, • Learn the safest route from your home or job to high, safe ground in case you have to evacuate in a hurry, and be sure to keep your gas tank full!! • Take a basic first aid and CPR class. • Make at itemize list of personal property, including furnishings, clothing and valuables; photograph your home inside and out, which will help settle insurance claims. Keep photos in a safe deposit box. FOR MORE INFORMATION The federal Emergency Management Agency offers free publications on protecting your home and assembling and emergency kit, 1-800-638-6620. El Niño information is available on the agency’s web site: http://www.fema.gov RESIDENTIAL Losses due to flooding can often be cut dramatically by carrying out an effective pre- planned set of actions. The emergency plan may consist primarily of a checklist of things to be done and a little pre-thinki ng about where contents will be moved, who’s going to help, where things will be stored and so on. Among others, items on the emergency “to do “ list might include: • Moving items to be left in the structure to an upper floor or stacked

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Santa Margarita Defeats Dorsey High School, 33-13 Santa Margarita Eagles Junior Running Back Trey Green powers past the Dons

Junior running back Trey Green fights off a swarm of Dorsey tacklers. Green would finish the night with 20 carries for 136 yards and three touchdowns. Writer: Sean Zeitler out Grant Calcattera on a 40 yard (2-1). According to the LA Times’ Top game has been selected as the TV pass. Senior Noah Rasheed finished 25 high school football rankings, the “Ford CIF-SS Game of the Week” on Photos: Robert Russell Santa Margarita’s Eagles extended the night with three catches for 64 Eagles of Santa Margarita are ranked Fox Sports Prime Ticket. Check your their record to 3-0 after defeating yards with a long of 28. Costello has #12 and Westlake is #21. Tonight’s local listings for the game. the Dons of Dorsey High School last now completed 63% of his passes for week in the first “home” game of the 898 yards and nine touchdowns three 2015 season at Trabuco Hills High games into the season. Several Santa Margarita Eagle School. Santa Margarita grounded defenders got in on the action, their regular aerial assault with the including interceptions by senior help of junior running back Trey Tanner Matthews and junior Darian Green shouldering the workload. Green carried the ball 20 times for Fernandez. Tackle leaders for the 136 yards and three touchdowns to Eagles were seniors Matt Mark (8), help lead the Eagles to their third Austin Barrette (7), Ryan Morris (7), victory in as many games. Green is and Alec Stewart (7). The defense now averaging over eight yards per finished the night giving up only 82 carry and has tallied 331 yards on rushing yards and 256 yards in the the season with seven touchdowns, air to an athletic Dorsey team. Senior kicker Sam Loy extended five on the ground and two in the air. A modest night by Santa Margarita his streak of consecutive touchbacks standards, senior KJ Costello to 23 and is 16 for 18 on PAT’s and completed six of 16 passes for 125 is 2/4 on field goals with a long of 23 yards with one rushing and one yards. Santa Margarita travels tonight to passing touchdown. On the receiving Senior quarterback KJ Costello Senior Tanner Strauss waves Ventura County today where they will end of that touchdown was junior wide surveys the secondary in last the American flag before the start meet up with Westlake High School Friday night’s game. of Friday night’s game.

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Senior Noah Rasheed hauls in one of his three catches against Dorsey High School last Friday night.


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T e s o r o T h r i ll e r Up s e t s Upl a n d 3 0 - 2 8

Tesoro ball carrier bursts through pack of Upland defenders By Shane Koren and Sarah Hall Photography by Aaron Hartwell Last Friday, September 11, the Tesoro Titans conquered the Upland Highlanders in a thrillingly close game. Tesoro was ranked sixth in the county or third in CIF-SS West Valley Division. The Upland Highlanders also (2-1) were ranked fifth in the division. After last year’s crushing defeat for the Upland Highlanders, Upland returned this year with a vengeance and took the lead at the first half with a score of 14-12. During the final few minutes of the game, The Titans of Tesoro drove down the field and Titan Quarterback Devon Modster hurled a 71-yard touchdown pass to Shane Coleman (8) allowing Tesoro to get a three and out stop and get the punt. With just over two minutes remaining in the game, Tesoro remained down by a single point. In the last seconds of the game, the Titans fought their way down the field. After missing an initial pass attempt Titan Quarterback Devon Modster dropped a perfect

spiral pass to wide receiver Carter Jaenichen (6) for a 17-yard gain. Then on third-and-2 from the 15, Running back Graeden Sharpe (43) rushed to a nail-biting first down to the 7yard line and Tesoro’s kicker McGinnis (11)scored a 23 yard field goal making the score 30-28. Tesoro coach Matt Poston said. “These kids were really up against it in the last few minutes of the game. But they took everything that was thrown at them and continued to drive through every conceivable obstacle. Everyone in the stadium was holding their breath during those final moments of the quarter as our Tesoro team came up with the extra energy they needed and turned a seeming defeat into a victory. I’m really proud of these guys.”The Titans are now 2-1 and are getting ready to start league play in the coming weeks. Tonight the Titans will battle the West Covina Bulldogs in a non-conference game in West Covina. Kickoff is at 7:00pm.

Six shifty Upland tacklers can’t pry the ball away from Tesoro’s Graeden Sharpe (43) as he blasts through the line.

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Santa Ana Zoo’s 2015 “Rockin’ Round the Zoo at Zoofari High” Celebrates $154,000 Fundraiser Photos by Ann Chatillon The Friends of Santa Ana Zoo (FOSAZ), a non-profit organization, hosted the Zoofari fundraising black-tie gala for around 350 guests with a theme entitled “Rockin’ Round the Zoo,” outside and under the stars on the grounds of the Santa Ana Zoo. Guests enjoyed a first-class dining experience catered by Parties by Panache with a hosted bar including a special “Love Potion #9” signature drink made with Tito’s Handmade vanilla vodka, root beer and vanilla ice cream. Decorations were provided by R.W.B. Party Rentals creating a creative 50’s theme throughout event site. “For more than 20 years, Zoofari has played an integral role in raising the funds needed for all the special projects and improvements at the zoo including educational programs, introducing new rides and upgrading service facilities for our guests to use and enjoy,” says Cathi Decker, event host and Executive Director. Guests were greeted by various animals and their docent “handlers”, including an Armadillo, Blue Tongue Skink, Spectacled Owl and a Green Iguana. Former Executive Director of Santa Ana’s Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Agency “Rip” Ribble was the Master of Ceremonies for the evening with Kimberly Fladeboe Anderson as auctioneer for the live auction, assisted by Board Member Debbie Newmeyer. Honorees this year include Board Members Patti Mickey, Patty McClendon and Steve McGuigan. Mickey was instrumental in making the Ocelot Exhibit a reality, McClendon was selected due to her continuing support over the many years, giving monthly to projects throughout the Santa Ana Zoo and McGuigan was voted on as someone who has made a huge impact on events at the Santa Ana Zoo over many years. During the program, it was announced the planned $2 million dollar face-lift to the Amazon’s Edge exhibit making room for 2 Giant River Otters. With a fundraising effort underway for $600,000, the Santa Ana City Council pledged $1.4 million towards this exhibit. The event netted over $100,000 and this year they raised a record breaking $3,300 in opportunity tickets for two lucky winners to name the Ocelots. The live and silent auction netted about $54,000 which also includes $7,300 towards Zoo Wish List items and funding towards the Ocelot climbing tree. The live auction items; Apple Watch donated by Board Member Howard Hall; a one week stay at Villa del Palmar Cabo San Lucas Beach Resort & Spa donated by Curtis Farrell with airfare by Alaska Airlines; a private tour for 6 of the Santa Ana Zoo with a behind the scenes look with Zoo Director Kent Yamaguchi and lunch donated by Knowlwood Restaurants; a Michael Kors tote donated by Patty McClendon stuffed with 100 California Scratchers donated by Rip Ripple and over $800 in cash which was donated by the FOSAZ board and the zoo staff; the Ultimate Guy’s bag – an Oakley Backpack stuffed with 2 pairs of Oakley Frog skin sunglasses along with a golf package for 4 at the Marriott’s Shadow Ridge Golf Club in Palm Desert, a STX Taylor made right handed putter and 100 California Scratchers donated by Bill and Donel Wiles, and a 7 day/6 night stay at the Cathedral Canyon Country Club Resort donated by Patty McClendon; a Superbowl Bash catered dinner party with beer pairings at your home hosted by Parties by Panache for 12. Guests danced until midnight to the dynamic tunes of the Groove Factory. Zoofari is chaired by Cathi Decker and sponsored by FOSAZ, a non-profit organization which has helped support and improve the Santa Ana Zoo for over 43 years. The Santa Ana Zoo is also home to more than 150 animals, including 50 of the most interesting and engaging monkeys and several endangered species. For more information about the Santa Ana Zoo visit www.SantaAnaZoo.org. Page 12

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“Elvis” with Mayor Pro Tem Vincent Sarmiento and Kent Yamaguchi

Cathy and Curtis Farrell

Denise Fladeboe and Kimberly Fladeboe Anderson

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D i a n a K r a ll R e t u r n s to S e g e r s t r o m C e n t e r f o r t h e A r t s i n h e r Wa ll f l o w e r W o r l d To u r Segerstrom Center for the Arts welcomes multi-Grammy® Award-winning jazz pianist and world renowned singer, Diana Krall, in a one-night-only concert on Saturday, December 5 at 7:30 p.m. in Segerstrom Hall. The concert is part of Krall’s Wallflower World Tour. In her return to the Center, Krall will perform material from her stunning new album Wallflower and favorites from her vast catalogue of recorded material. Tickets for Diana Krall start at $59 and will go on sale Sunday, September 13 at 10 a.m. PT. Single tickets will be available online at SCFTA.org, at the Box Office at 600 Town Center Drive in Costa Mesa or by calling (714) 556-2787. The TTY number is (714) 556-2746. Produced by 16-time GRAMMY® Awardwinning producer David Foster, Wallflower finds Krall breaking new ground with her interpretations of some of the greatest pop songs of all time. The album features popular classics from the late 60s’ to present day that have inspired Krall since her early years, as well

as an unreleased composition from Paul McCartney (“If I Take You Home Tonight”). The Wallflower World Tour will feature Krall performing pop classics such as The Mamas and the Papas’ “California Dreamin’,” The Eagles’ “Desperado” and Bob Dylan’s “Wallflower,” which inspired the album’s title track, among others. Krall will be accompanied onstage by Anthony Wilson (guitar), Dennis Crouch (bass), Stuart Duncan (fiddle), Karriem Riggins (drums) and Patrick Warren (keyboards). Diana Krall is the only jazz singer to have eight albums debut at the top of the Billboard Jazz Albums chart. To date, her albums have garnered five Grammy® Awards, eight Juno® Awards and have also earned nine gold, three platinum and seven multiplatinum albums. Her unique artistry transcends any single musical style and has made her one of the most recognizable artists of our time. For more information on Diana Krall, please visit: http://www.dianakrall. com/ https://www.facebook.com/ dianakrall @dianakrall Diana Krall

Get a Super Start to Back to School It’s that time of year again – back to school. Parents know the hustle of school schedules, afterschool activities and the dinner rush all too well, so getting started off on the right foot to set the tone for the rest of the year is important. Prepare your kids for super moments during the school year and beyond with tips from Brooke White and Summer Bellessa, authors of the wellknown blog and YouTube channel The Girls With Glasses, which covers everything from food to fashion, DIY crafts, fun family activities and more. Fill ’er up: Studies have found that more than half of children and teenagers in the United States might not be properly hydrated. In fact, boys surveyed were 76 percent more likely to be inadequately hydrated than girls, according to a study published in the American Journal of Public Health. Keeping kids hydrated helps them focus more, maintain a better schedule and improves their health. Sending them to school with a filtered water bottle and having a pitcher at home will help promote positive habits early. Super snacking: Kids snack three times per day on average, providing more than 27 percent of their total daily calories, according to research from Today’s Dietitian. And yet, kids aren’t consuming the recommended daily five or more servings of fruits and vegetables. Snack time is an easy way to get fruits and veggies into kids’ diets. New Del Monte Fruit and Veggie Fusions blend lightly sweetened vegetable and fruit juice and fruit in each cup for a nutritious snack the perfect sidekick to accompany little superheroes through busy days. Visit DelMonte.com to learn more. Get the body movin’: Children should do 60 Page 14

minutes or more of physical activity each day, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Making sure that kids are active helps support a healthy lifestyle, and it can also help make bedtime easier. After dinner, try taking a walk around the block as a family. The time together will be something they’ll likely remember as they get older, and will help to tire them out to get a good night’s sleep to be refreshed for what tomorrow may bring. Inspire more: No matter their age, making sure your kids are engaging their imagination will support them in the future. Coloring books are all

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the rage right now, with many adults finding a sense of Zen from grabbing some colors and staying within the lines. So enjoy a timeout with your kids and pick a section to fill in. Watch the clock: It can be hard to get back into a routine, especially if you relaxed over the summer. To make sure you’re being mindful of the time, try setting an actual timer to keep you and your kids on schedule when doing tasks like getting dressed in the morning or packing their lunches. It’s good to allow for a buffer, so try setting the timer for an extra five minutes to help keep you on course.


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LADERA RANCH NEWS R est aura nt Antonucci’s Restaurant Serving authentic Italian seafood and award-winning pizza since 1976 with exciting appetizers and a full bar and live entertainment on Saturday evening.

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27742 Antonio Pkwy Ste K7, Ladera Ranch 949-429-6666 Cinnamon Productions Bakery Café

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27742 Antonio Pkwy Ste K6, Ladera Ranch 949-429-2772 Loving hut Gourmet cuisine made with wholesome, vegan ingredients, and it offers an accessible starting point for those making the noble transition to a plant-based diet.

27522 Antonio Parkway, Suite P2, Ladera Ranch. 949-365-1077 O’Neill’s Bar & Grill

Don Gustavo’s Authentic Mexican food with homestyle flavor, menu items include chile relleno, carnitas, fajitas, eggs machaca, chimicangas, veggie burrito, fish tacos, shrimp enchiladas, taco salad.

26012 Marguerite Pkwy #A, Mission Viejo 949-348-2386 Harlow’s Cuisine & Cocktails Harlow’s Kitchen is a beautiful blend of old school and contemporary styles boasting West coast farm-totable seasonal fare, a craft bar, and a passionate staff. The décor is a rich and elegant throwback to 1800’s Europe with a bit of a New Orleans vibe.

31111 Rancho Viejo Rd., San Juan Capistrano 949-240-8100 Jerry’s Wood Fired Dogs

Located at the Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club we have daily specials include fresh fish, steaks, pizza and hearty sandwiches.

26772 Avery Pkwy, Mission Viejo. 949-305-5100 Paul’s Pantry The best family owned breakfast and lunch menu that specializes in homestyle cooking.

27409 Bellogente, Mission Viejo. 949-364-1088 Peppino’s Newly remodeled restaurant on the lake expanded the dining area, full service bar, waiting lounge and a front dining patio. The rear-dining terrace offers a beautiful view of Lake Mission Viejo.

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Tannins Restaurant & Wine Bar Contemporary setting for Italian fare plus an extensive wine list with recommended food pairings.

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Restaurant Reviews Wanted!

Have you dined out recently in Ladera Ranch? The Ladera Ranch News would like your opinion and we are actively looking for more reviews of local area restaurants that are NOT already listed on this page. Please make it brief and informative with 50 words or less. Reviews must include your name, phone or email address (please do not send reviews on fast food or strictly pizza places). Please send your Restaurant Review to newseditorials@yahoo.com

P.F. Changs China Bistro

Monster salad bar, great steaks, full bar with a wide selection of beers and wines to choose from.

Famous for their pancakes as big as your plate and their breakfast combos. They also serve a variety of lunch and dinner items as well as homemade pies and cookies.

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BREATHTAKING VIEWS POPULAR PLAN 2 INTHE THESAN PINNACLE IN MARINOTRACT TRACT 142Running Brook,Coto Cotode deCaza Caza Panorama, Bedrooms/4.5 baths 55Bedrooms/4.5 baths Living SF: 5,800 Living 4,800est. est. Lot SF: SF: 36,949 12,700 est. Lot est. Offered at $2,175,000 Off ered at $2,295,000

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7 Stoneridge, Coto de Caza,/SOLD Offeredatat$1,060,000 $1,049,000

CUSTOM ESTATE IN THE LEGACY TRACT SOLD at $2,180,000 9 Canada Oaks, Coto de Caza/Offered

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TRADITIONAL TERRA VIDE HOME 21 Running Brook, Coto de Caza/SOLD at $1,500,000

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ROSEWOODTRACT TRACTBEAUTY BEAUTY ROSEWOOD 19 19 Victoria, eredatat$1,250,000 $1,199,000 Victoria,Coto Cotode deCaza/Off Caza/Offered

TUSCAN STYLE ESTATE BEAUTIFUL, MONTECITO HIGHLY UPGRADED CROOKEDHOME OAK HOME 3 Running Brook, Coto de Caza/SOLD at $2,200,000 5 Cornell, Coto dede Caza/SOLD at at $815,000 5 Libra Court, Coto Caza/SOLD $1,240,000

7/15/15 -- 9/05/15 COTO DE CAZ A - SALES 5/1/15 6/1/15 STREET ST REET

BEDS SQ FEET SELLING BEDS BATHS BAT HS SQ FEET SELLI NG PRICE P RICE

5 Cor nell Cour t 35 L exington Way 31 Cambr idge Cour t 23391 V ia Alondra 4 Birkdale Way 32 Vela Cour t 22 Car noustie Way 32 Sawg rass 31711 V ia Perdiz 42 Downfield Way 12 Cedarg ro ve 25 Centaur us Way 4 Centaur us Way 21 W indflower

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2,700 2,035 2,633 2,800 3,100 3,400 3,450 3,500 3,939 3,459 3,379 4,200 3,857 3,305

$815,000 $824,900 $900,000 $970,000 $979,000 $1,000,000 $1,065,000 $1,096,000 $1,099,000 $1,100,000 $1,149,000 $1,185,000 $1,227,000 $1,233,633

STREET ST REET 1 Douglass Dr ive 22 Pamela Way 4 Danville Lane 4 Golden Poppy 15 Bobby Jones 14 Golden Poppy 1 Hic kor y Fork 3 Weather L edge 8 San Miguel 9 Canada Oaks 8 Reflection Lane 18 Reflection Lane 108 Panorama 23221 Pradera

BATHS SQ FEETSELLI SELLING PRICE BEDS BEDS BAT HS SQ FEET NG P RICE 4 4 6 4 5 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

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3,825 4,000 4,000 4,231 4,300 4,200 5,000 5,900 5,200 5,850 6,300 6,336 5,640 8,600

$1,249,000 $1,260,000 $1,352,500 $1,390,000 $1,525,000 $1,575,000 $1,950,000 $2,050,000 $2,170,000 $2,180,000 $2,275,000 $2,325,000 $2,600,000 $7,500,000

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12 TUBEROSE ST. | SOLD $527,500

6 ELMHURST ST. | SOLD $539,000

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$725,000

$639,000

$66,500 OVER LAST MODEL MATCH! 41 ETHEREAL | SOLD $615,000

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