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The Arbor Day Foundation has a book that helps people identify trees in a simple, step-by-step process. The book, What Tree Is That?, is available for a $5 donation to the nonprofit treeplanting organization. What Tree Is That? is a fun, easy-to-use tree identification guide that features hand-drawn botanical illustrations highlighting the distinctive characteristics of many tree species. Nature lovers and professional arborists alike have called this pocket field guide a must-have, user-friendly resource. Its beautiful, full-color illustrations are in precise detail and depict natural colors, shapes and textures so users can make a positive species identification in just a few easy steps. The Arbor Day Foundation offers this book to help people identify trees throughout the Eastern and Central regions of the United States. What Tree Is That? uses a unique step-bystep approach for identifying the species of each tree, explaining

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Wellness begins at home: 5 tips for a healthier, happier home From diets to exercise routines to standing at our desks while we work, we do a lot to stay healthy. Most of the time this involves focusing on what we eat and how we move. No doubt this is an essential component to good health, but increasingly, people are realizing their home environment can have a big impact on their mood, their health and how they feel. The following are five changes in your home environment that can have the biggest impact on your overall well-being. 1. Declutter. Over the years, the stuff we own starts to pile up. Most of it we don’t need, but it’s hard to get rid of a lot of things. Maybe it was a gift, or has sentimental value. Whatever the case, it can be difficult, but going through your house and getting rid of the clothes, kitchen appliances and general clutter can be a transformative experience that reduces stress and creates a calmer home atmosphere. 2. Holistic health in your bathroom. Your day begins in the bathroom, so why not start it off right? You shower and brush your teeth, but are you aware of the health and cleansing benefits of using a bidet seat? Gynecologists, obstetricians and urologists all recommend cleansing with water, and a high-tech bidet seat like TOTO’s WASHLET S300e offers a luxury personal cleansing system to make you cleaner and more refreshed than you’ve ever felt after a bathroom break - and it’s more eco-friendly than using toilet paper. You’ll be surprised by how this simple addition to your bathroom can benefit men and women at all stages of life.

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R e p r e s e n t a ti v e Mi m i W a l t e r s A n n o u n c e s W i n n e r o f 2 0 1 8 C o n g r e s s i o n a l A r t C o m p e titi o n

Representative Walters with the winning artist Elsa Schweizer By U.S. Representative incorporates thin layers of multimedia Mimi Walters paper to create a unique 3-D image. I am pleased to announce that the It was an honor to recognize Elsa winner of the 2018 Congressional and the other talented participants of High School Art Competition for this year’s competition at the Orange California’s 45th District is Mission County Great Park’s Artist Studios, Viejo resident Elsa Schweizer. Elsa’s where all of the submitted artwork was artwork, titled “Abigail in Orange”, is showcased last month for families a stunning portrait of her sister that and friends to enjoy. I continue to

be amazed by the incredible artistic talent of students in our community, and am proud to support this annual program that encourages our children to explore their passion and provides a forum to display their artistic talents for the community to see. Elsa and her family will soon travel to Washington, D.C., for a reception in the U.S. Capitol Building, where she will meet with winners from other Congressional districts across the Nation. There, her artwork will be displayed for an entire year for millions of visitors to enjoy. My office and I look forward to sharing Elsa’s artwork with Orange County residents touring the Capitol! I want to thank all of the students who participated in this year’s competition. Our community is enriched by the contributions of these young artists and I cannot wait to see what great works of art are in store for next year’s competition! If you have any questions about the Congressional Art Competition,

please do not hesitate to contact my District Office at (949) 263-8703. Mimi Walters represents California’s 45th Congressional District, which includes the communities of Irvine, Tustin, North Tustin, Orange, Villa Park, Anaheim Hills, Lake Forest, Laguna Hills, Laguna Woods, Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, and Coto de Caza.

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Orange County Coastkeeper Releases 2017 Data on Human Activity in Marine Protected Areas

Orange County Coastkeeper published its latest MPA Watch report, an analysis of human activity at Orange County’s seven Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in 2017. The report is based on recent data collected by Coastkeeper volunteers who patrol local MPAs to research and protect vulnerable ecosystems. MPAs protect valuable marine environments by prohibiting or limiting activities like fishing, oil drilling or development projects. They create safe places for marine populations to grow and thrive, while also providing beautiful destinations for people to enjoy. By maintaining healthy marine environments and species within MPAs, nonrestricted waters can offer healthy fishing stocks for sport and commercial fishers. “Our data show that thousands of locals enjoyed our pristine, healthy MPAs last year. It’s all thanks to the passionate volunteers who spend their time patrolling the waters that make Orange County so special,” says Ray Hiemstra, associate director of programs for Orange County Coastkeeper. “It’s an inspiring reminder that the health of our oceans is up to all of us.” Coastkeeper reports that volunteers counted 21,176 people visiting local MPAs during its surveys. 85.2 percent of observations were onshore recreational activities like swimming, sunbathing, running and wildlife viewing. Offshore activities like surfing, diving, snorkeling and boating comprised 14.8 percent of total activity.  The surveys found that more than 98 percent of Page 6

recorded activities were non-consumptive, allowing marine life to thrive undisturbed. Volunteers also counted 101 potential violations of MPA regulations. Coastkeeper says these potential violations demonstrate a need for continued community education to inform the public how to sustainably enjoy MPAs. The organization also calls for increased enforcement of MPA regulations to hold violators accountable. “When I learned that our government agencies need information on the activities occurring in our MPA in order to protect them, volunteering seemed like a great way to fill the gap,” says Lauren Hisatomi, a Coastkeeper volunteer in the MPA Watch program. “I get to keep Orange County fishable and swimmable while spending time at the beach.”  Volunteers in Coastkeeper’s MPA Watch program receive classroom and field training to gather accurate, reliable information on human activity in MPAs. The program’s ongoing research ensures MPAs continue to protect our coastal ecosystems so they can be enjoyed for generations.  To learn about volunteer opportunities with the MPA Watch program, please visit http://www. coastkeeper.org/mpa_watch.  OUNTY COASTKEEPER: Founded in 1999, the mission of Coastkeeper is to protect and promote sustainable water resources that are swimmable, drinkable, and fishable. Coastkeeper is a nonprofit clean water organization that serves as a proactive steward of our fresh- and saltwater ecosystems.

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Segerstrom Center for the Arts Presents Liza Minnelli and Michael Feinstein In Conversation and Performance Beloved American entertainment icons Liza Minnelli and Michael Feinstein appear together at Segerstrom Center for the Arts for the first time, in conversation and performance, on June 30, 2018 in Segerstrom Hall. A star-powered event, this will be a rare opportunity to get to know the personalities of two of the entertainment world’s most talented and celebrated artists. Single tickets start at $79 and are now available online at www.SCFTA. org, at the Box Office at 600 Town Center Drive in Costa Mesa or by calling (714) 556-2787. For inquiries about group ticket savings for 10 or more, call the Group Services office at (714) 755-0236. Liza Minnelli Liza Minnelli, winner of four Tony Awards, an Oscar, a special “Legends” Grammy, two Golden Globe Awards and an Emmy, is one of the entertainment world’s consummate performers. In film, on stage and in television, Liza has won critical acclaim, a multitude of fans, and recognition from her peers in show business, giving new dimension and credibility to the word “superstar.” One of America’s true legends, Liza began her professional career at an early age, 16, in 1963, in an OffBroadway revival of the musical Best Foot Forward, for which she received her first award, the Theatre World Award. It would be the first among many show business honors. In 1972 her movie career peaked when she played Sally Bowles in Cabaret. The film won eight Oscars, including Best Actress for Liza. The role also earned her a Golden Globe and a British Film Academy Award. The unqualified success of Cabaret put Liza on the covers of both Time and Newsweek in the same week. Liza starred in the first concert ever filmed live for television in 1972. The seminal Liza with a Z produced a Top 20 album and won the Emmy for Outstanding Single Program and the prestigious Peabody Award. It has been released in recent years on DVD. In between her many TV and film roles, Liza has never stopped touring and has long been considered one of the most exciting concert performers, electrifying audiences around the world and setting records at the most prestigious venues, from the Palladium in London and Opera House in Sydney, to the Olympia Theatre in Paris and New York’s historic Carnegie Hall, where one of Liza’s greatest triumphs was her unprecedented three-week concert engagement in 1987. Liza was the first entertainer in the hall’s history to completely sell-out three weeks of appearances. She had earlier appeared in concert at Carnegie Hall in 1979. This appearance was every bit as unforgettable. On closing night the police had to disperse the crowd when they refused to leave the

Liza Minnelli and Michael Feinstein. auditorium following multiple encores. Both concerts were recorded and are among the music industry’s most highly praised live concert recordings. One of the greatest and most acclaimed show business triumphs of all time was Liza’s record-setting inconcert engagement at Manhattan’s famed Radio City Music Hall in 1991, where Liza played to packed houses for three weeks, followed by a return engagement. The show was called, “Stepping Out,” after Liza’s film of the same name. Today, when her busy schedule allows, she works with students at The Actor’s Studio teaching master classes in acting and singing. Her well-known generosity of spirit, enthusiasm and commitment to her craft are unequaled in the entertainment industry. Michael Feinstein Michael Feinstein has built a dazzling career over the last three decades, bringing the music of the Great American songbook to the world. From recordings that have earned him five Grammy Award nominations to his Emmy-nominated PBS-TV specials, his acclaimed NPR series and concerts spanning the globe, plus appearances at such iconic venues as The White House, Buckingham Palace, Hollywood Bowl, Carnegie Hall and Sydney Opera House, his work as an educator and archivist define Feinstein as one of the most important musical forces of our time. Feinstein’s passion for music and the Great American songbook (he founded the Great American

Songbook Foundation, dedicated to celebrating the art form and preserving it through educational programs, master classes and the annual High School Songbook Academy) has taken him along many artistic paths that have brought him great critical acclaim. His Sinatra Project earned his fifth Grammy Award nomination and led to The Sinatra Project, Volume II: The Good Life. His Emmy Award-nominated TV special Michael Feinstein – The Sinatra Legacy was taped live at the Palladium in Carmel, IN and aired across the country in 2011. The PBS series Michael Feinstein’s American Songbook received the ASCAP Deems-Taylor Television Broadcast Award. He released the CDs The Power Of Two – collaborating with Glee and 30 Rock star Cheyenne Jackson – and Cheek To Cheek, recorded with Broadway legend Barbara Cook. For his CD We Dreamed These Days, he co-wrote the title song with Dr. Maya Angelou. For his nationally syndicated public radio program, Song Travels, Michael interviews and performs alongside such music luminaries as Bette Midler, Neil Sedaka, Liza Minnelli, Rickie Lee Jones, David Hyde Pierce and others. Feinstein is Principal Pops Conductor for the Pasadena Symphony. Under his leadership, the Pasadena Pops has quickly become a premier orchestral presenter of the Great American Songbook, with definitive performances of rare orchestrations and classic arrangements. He launched an additional Pops series at the Kravis

Center for the Performing Arts in Palm Beach, Florida. Feinstein’s at the Nikko, Michael’s nightclub at San Francisco’s Nikko Hotel, has presented the top talents of pop and jazz since 2013. He debuted at Feinstein’s/54 Below, his new club in New York, late in 2015. His first venue in New York, Feinstein’s at the Regency, featured major entertainers such as Rosemary Clooney, Glen Campbell, Barbara Cook, Diahann Carroll, Jane Krakowski, Lea Michele, Cyndi Lauper, Jason Mraz and Alan Cumming from 1999 to 2012. In 2013, Michael released Change Of Heart: The Songs of Andre Previn, in collaboration with the four-time Oscar and 11-time Grammy Awardwinning composer-conductor-pianist. The album celebrates Previn’s pop songs and motion picture classics. Earlier album highlights include Hopeless Romantics, a songbook of classics by Michael’s late friend Harry Warren, recording with legendary jazz pianist George Shearing. His album with songwriting icon Jimmy Webb, Only One Life – The Songs of Jimmy Webb, was named one of the 10 Best CDs of the Year by USA Today. Through his life performances, recordings, film and television appearances and his songwriting (in collaboration with Alan and Marilyn Berman, Lindy Robbins, Bob Merrill and Marshall Barer), Feinstein is an all-star force in American music. 600 Town Center Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626 T (714) 556-2121 SCFTA.org

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Looking for something fun to do this weekend. June 9 -10, the 5 th Annual Newport Beach Wooden Boat Festival will be held at Balboa Yacht Club (BYC) located at 1801 Bayside Drive, Corona del Mar. This is yachting’s equivalent of a Concours d’Elegance and a “must-see” event open to the public; you won’t want to miss it! Last year nearly 4,000 visitors attended the free event, which also offers complimentary shuttle and water taxi service to and from Balboa Yacht Club. In addition to being able to view and board nearly 50 of these wooden treasures, there will be so much else to make Saturday a fun day for the whole family: live music, maritime art and exhibits, delicious food and libations, a silent auction, and the very popular kids toy boat building pavilion. All of this at Balboa Yacht Club in collaboration with its strategic alliance partners, Discovery Cube’s Ocean Quest, The Balboa Bay Club & Resort, Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club, the City of Newport Beach, the County of Orange, and Visit Newport/Newport Beach & Co. Last year, the County of Orange officially recognized the event, with Chairwoman Michelle Steel in attendance to present a proclamation

by the County naming the second weekend in June henceforth “the Newport Beach Wooden Boat Festival Weekend.” The Spirit of Dana Point will be arriving at the BYC docks as this year’s featured vessel. Built by local Dennis Holland (who started building this boat in 1970 in his Costa Mesa backyard), Newport Harbor will welcome back his originally-named Pilgrim of Newport on Friday, June 8. This 118-foot wooden schooner is lovingly cared for today by the Ocean Institute in Dana Point. If you have a show-ready wooden boat of any size and you haven’t already applied to take part in the Festival, there is still dock and onland space available. Visit www. newportbeachwoodenboatfestival. com for details. There are many ways to arrive at the Festival. Free parking and shuttle service will be available at 1600 Newport Center Drive, or catch a water taxi from one of at least four stops throughout the harbor. And, as always, the event, parking, shuttle service, and the water taxi rides are all complementary. On Sunday, the Wooden Boat Parade will proceed around Newport Harbor for all to see by a traditional

Sail By down the main channel, before the vessels leave for their home ports. Mark your calendars now for a great way to spend a beautiful weekend in Newport Beach. For more information, visit www. newportbeachwoodenboatfestival. com or call (949) 673-3515. ABOUT THE NEWPORT BEACH W O O D E N B O AT F E S T I VA L In just five years, the Newport Beach Wooden Boat Festival, a Balboa Yacht Club event, has grown into a mustsee event for residents and tourists alike. It is a Concours d’Elegance of yachting, showcasing the most diverse and valuable collection of

wooden boats in California. This free event, which is open to the public, has been named “Newport Beach Wooden Boat Festival Weekend” by the County of Orange in perpetuity. The vision of its founder, the late Ralph Rodheim, was to be a legacy event with national stature and the finest showcase of wooden boats on the west coast in the similar luxury class of Pebble Beach for automobiles. The Festival salutes the passion, time and effort the owners have put into their vessels to preserve the heritage and timelessness of seafaring adventure.

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Casa Romantica Celebrates Coastal Culture South of the Border

Summer exhibition “The Art of Baja California” showcases three of Baja California’s most notable artists, supported by a celebration of cultural activities Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens, a nonprofit southern California cultural center, will celebrate arts and culture this summer 2018 from Baja California. As California’s coastal neighbor to the south, Baja California has a rich tradition of art and storytelling inspired by the peninsula’s lush bi-coastal geography and culturally diverse inhabitants. The Casa Coastal summer program, which includes lectures, concerts and activities, will be headlined by an exhibition featuring three renowned Baja-based artists. Through their two-and-three-dimensional works, the artists explore, with the ‘magic realism’ popularized by contemporary Mexican art and literature, the lifestyle and folklore of this inimitable locale. Southern California embarked on an ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino art through the Getty Institute’s Pacific Standard Time initiative this past autumn, but there was little representation by Baja artists or of the sensibilities that they embody. “Baja California is a completely unique coastal region, from its environment to the lifestyle of the people who live there,” says Executive Director Berenika Schmitz, who is curating the exhibition. “Through the lens of our annual Casa Coastal programming, which illuminates coastal cultures in and surrounding California, Casa Romantica is eager to expose the public to Baja California’s rich artistic traditions.” Cornerstone exhibition: The Art of Baja California (on view June 15, 2018 – August 25, 2018) Opening reception: Friday, June 15 from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM; complimentary admission to exhibition and reception party The Art of Baja California will explore the lush landscapes, folk tales, and magical symbolism that characterize the outlook of the people of Baja California. These ideas are explored in paintings, illustrations, and sculptures by three of the region’s leading artists. Juan Angel Castillo (b. Zacatejas, MX) – Plein Air Painter Juan Angel Castillo has been praised by art critics from México and the United States as one of the most important Mexican landscape artists. Over his four-decade career, he has created both paintings and large murals, including the famous “Tierra Prometida” at the Tijuana Cultural Center which depicts a view of the coastline from Rosarito to Point Loma. The self-taught artist began painting at age 6 when his family moved to Baja California, seeking to

capture the breathtaking seascapes and pastoral views of the region’s untamed lands. He has exhibited in numerous gallery and museum exhibitions in Mexico and the United States, and has been published in Art and Antiques, the Los Angeles Times, Latin American Art Magazine, and the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC Online). He was also invited by the Getty Museum and the University of California, Northridge to lead participate in a seminar series about art and horticulture. Castillo’s work has been collected by several international celebrities, including Frank Sinatra, Ringo Starr, and Russell Crowe, among others. Esau Andrade Valencia (b. Nayarit, MX.) – Illustrator Esau Andrade Valencia is a celebrated artist and illustrator whose paintings, heavily influenced by folk art, convey innocence and a sense of wonder in the world. Educated in art at the University of Guadalajara, the Tijuana-based artist depicts whimsical scenes of people engaging with Baja California’s unique landscapes and cultural traditions. He exhibits with numerous galleries in Los Angeles, New York City, and in the American Southwest, and his work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Latin American Art and the Downey Museum of Art, along with several corporate collections. In addition to his fine art practice, Andrade Valencia is the illustrator of two highly popular bilingual children’s books, A Perfect Season for Dreaming / Un tiempo perfecto para sonar (2008) and Don’t Say A Word, Mama / No digas nada, mama (2013).

Benito Ortega Vargas (b. Mexico City) -- Sculptor Benito Ortega Vargas’s work is unique within the canon of Mexican sculpture. His native wood, stone and bronze sculptures blend GrecoLatin and indigenous mythologies, overflowing with poetry and symbolism. The classically-trained sculptor has practiced for over three decades, and has also been active in promoting Mexico’s artistic merits. He is a co-founder of the Taller de Grafica Libre de Oaxaca, a printmaking center; and of the Institute of Visual Arts (Oaxaca). He moved to Todos Santos (Baja California) in 2008, inspired by the creative culture which led the Mexican government to declare the town an official Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) two years earlier. Ortega Vargas exhibits his sculptures, which range from tabletop works to larger-than-life-size pieces, throughout Mexico and the western United States. The opening reception on Friday, June 15 from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM will include street food-style cuisine and beverages from Baja-based chefs, regional music, and a performance by a Ballet Folklórico group. Admission to the event is free. Support for this exhibition will be provided in part by the Consulado de México in Santa Ana. Supporting Casa Coastal events (confirmed) Sunday, July 1 at 12:00 PM during D. Yoder Family Sundays | Free admission Join storytellers and families for a bilingual reading of Don’t Say A Word, Mama / No digas nada, mama, written by Joe Hayes and illustrated by Esau

Andrade Valencia. Thursday, July 19, 2018 at 7:00 PM | $12 Learn about the history of Baja California and its curious geography in a talk by author Greg Niemann, the author of numerous books and periodicals about Baja California. This event is also part of Casa Romantica’s Casa Up Close lecture series. Casa Romantica gallery program Casa Romantica’s gallery program, shared between the Open Casa and Casa Coastal programs, shares outstanding contemporary and historic art from around the world within its unique gallery space. Most recently, the gallery presented a large selection of historic California Impressionist works from the prominent private collection of Peter and Gail Ochs. Other recent exhibitions include the work of Michael Childers, famous celebrity photographer, a commissioned installation of hanging flora by Rebecca Louise Law which received national press; the work of Italian National Geographic photographer Sandro Santioli, the work of award-winning celebrity photographer Douglas Kirkland, and a three year commitment to the private collection of E. Gene Crain, with oil and watercolor paintings by the California Scene Painters of the 1910s-1960s. Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens 415 Avenida Granada, San Clemente, CA 92672 | Tel 949.498.2139 | Fax 949.498.2192 | www.casaromantica.org

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Denny’s Restaurant

Adele’s at the San Clemente Inn 2600 Avenida del Presidente, San Clemente 949-481-1222

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Even people who have never stopped in San Clemente know where this is.

529 E. Ave. Pico, San Clemente 949-492-238 Duke’s

Agostino’s Ristorante Italiano Ocean view, food, bar, drinks, happy hour, open mic night.

34700 Pacific Coast Hwy., Ste. 100, Capistrano Beach 949-661-8266 Antoine’s Café

Historic location boasts Hormone- free beef, Kalua Pork Sandwiches, Draft Beers and Specialty Cocktails. Serving breakfast, lunch & dinner, kid’s menu, too.

204 S. El Camino Real, San Clemente 949-481-2040 El Jefe Café

Breakfast and lunch

218 S. El Camino Real, San Clemente 949-492-1763 Avila’s El Ranchito

The best Mexican food and fish & chips in San Clemente.

106 E. Escalones, San Clemente 949-492-4010 El Mariachi Restaurant

Mexican Restaurant

204 Avenida Del Mar, San Clemente 949-498-5000 Baja Fresh Mexican Grill 979 Avenida Pico, Suite A, San Clemente 949-361-4667 BeachFire Restaurant

San Clemente’s fine dining experience.

1925 S. El Camino Real, San Clemente 949-369-5111

ELLIE’S TABLE AT NORTH BEACH Breakfast & Lunch. 120 W Avenida Pico, San Clemente 949-558-5310

Live music, fresh food, local art The Fisherman’s displayed.

204 Avenida Del Mar, San Clemente 949-366-3232 The Beach Hut deli 2 Ritz Carlton Dr. & PCH, Dana Point 949-542-3351 Café Calypso Great place to have a healthy breakfast and lunch.

114 Avenida Del Mar, #4, San Clemente 949-366-9386 Captain Mauri’s 149 Avenida Del Mar, San Clemente 949-498-8098 Carbonara Trattoria Italiana

Warm friendly service and family atmosphere.

111 Avenida Del Mar, San Clemente 949-366-1040 THE CELLAR Restaurant, Wine Bar, and Cheese Shop. Pet patio and menu available.

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La COLOMBIANA

Traditional range of Colombian dishes.

1640 N El Camino Real, San Clemente 949-441-7656 La Galette Creperie

San Clemente Yogurt, Tea, Coffee, Juice & Bakery

100’s of beverages, fresh fruit smoothies, gourmet teas, self-serve yogurt, coffees, tarts, baguette sandwiches, creme brulee, tiramisu and much, much more.

Great place in San Clemente to have 165A Ave Del Mar, San Clemente breakfast.

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Salt Creek Grille Mesquite grilled steaks, chops, seafood and Sunday brunch too! Dinner nightly, The freshest and most authentic Mexican Live Jazz, Full bar, Distinctive Wines. In food and drinks. Dana Point.

La Siesta Mexican Restaurant

920 N. El Camino Real, San Clemente 949-498-3094 Los Patios

Taco Tuesday and Happy Hour.

32802 Pacific Coast Highway at Crown Valley Pkwy., Dana Point 949-661-7799

111 W. Ave. Palizada #17, San Clemente 949-369-1399

9 style Sushi Japanese, sushi. 102 Ave. Victoria, #E, San Clemente 949-366-3669

Molly Bloom’s Irish Bar & Restaurant 2391 S. El Camino Real, San Clemente 949-218-0120

A Wine Country Cuisine influenced by the Napa Valley.

VINE RESTAURANT & BAR 211 N El Camino Real, San Clemente 949-361-2079

New Mandarin Garden Chinese cuisine.

111 W. Ave. Palizada, Ste. A, San Clemente 949-492-7432

Restaurant Reviews Wanted!

Have you dined out recently in San Clemente? The San Clemente News would like your opinion and we are Everyone knows it is on the pier, but President Richard Nixon would eat no actively looking for more reviews of not everyone knows it has some of the other Mexican food than Olamendi’s. 34660 Pacific Coast Hwy. Dana Point local area restaurants that are NOT city’s freshest seafood. 949-661-1005 already listed on this page. Please 611 Ave. Victoria, San Clemente make it brief and informative with 949- 498-6390 OLD TOWN SUBS 50 words or less. Reviews must Breakfast and Brunch include your name, phone or email Fratello’s Italian 111 W Avenida Palizada, San Clemente address (please do not send reviews Restaurant 949-481-3323 on fast food or strictly pizza places). Traditional menu plus desserts and Please send your Restaurant Review coffee drinks. PHO THANH BINH to newseditorials@yahoo.com 638 Camino De Los Mares, #200, Casual Vietnamese dining. San Clemente 107 Via Pico Plaza, San Clemente 949-661-5200 949-369-3879 Restaurant & Bar

Italian Cravings Pizza, pasta, sandwiches, and salads.

Olamendi’s Mexican Restaurant

Pipes Café

Breakfast, lunch, and coffee bar.

105 S. Ola Vista, San Clemente 949-492-2777

2017 S. El Camino Real, San Clemente 949-498-5002

Iva Lee’s

Pizza Port

Southern and Creole recipes with a Pizza, pasta, and more. modern twist also live Jazz. 301 N. El Camino Real, San Clemente

555 N. El Camino Real, Suite E, San Clemente 949-361-2855

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Masquerade Ball FUNdraiser a Smashing Success!

Photo by Jim McCracken This year’s West County Area Guild’s 6th Annual FUNdraiser, “Masquerade Ball” was a smashing success held at the Irvine Duck Club. Folks were dressed in all sorts of attire, someone they admired, someone historical, their favorite crooner or royalty. From Zorro and his wife Elena de la Vega to a female swashbuckling pirate, the costumes were both inventive and hilarious.   Magic Castle Magician Joyce Basch wandered around through this kaleidoscope of entertainment showcasing her sleight of hand encouraging guests to watch in vain to uncover her secrets of the trade.   The Karaoke King kept the music going while people limbered up their voices to be ready to participate in the Karaoke Contest when the time was right.  Sipping cocktails, the myriad characters munched on delightful appetizers of beef kabobs, crab delectables, and more waiting for dinner to be served.    Meanwhile, costumed guests lined up to be judged in four separate categories.  The funniest costume award went to the nun, Carol Dodson, and her monk, Tom Keyes. Most original costume went to Gail Daniels who simply donned a brimmed floral hat with a $2.98 price tag dangling from it – truly a Minnie Pearl, American country comedienne of Grand Ole Opry and Hee Haw fame.  Best Couple Costume was awarded to the Kinkades as Robin Hood and Maid Marion.  Finally, Zorro and his beloved, Elena de la Vega aptly portrayed by Stephen and Wendy Fink won for the Best Overall Costume.  In between all this, warmed up voices plied their talents with a variety of music. Kenny Rogers and the First Edition would have gloried in Jim Daniels’ rendition of “Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love to Town”.  Apparently, the judges thought so too as Jim was honored with first prize.  A Marlene Dietrich sound-alike, Margaret Nolde, walked away with second prize as she warbled her way through the soulful melody, “Lili Marlene”.  “Unforgettable” was the duet of Louise Costa and Karaoke King Roy Southerland winning the 3rd prize for Louise.  Not only did the West Area Guild chapter members outdo themselves in talent, knowledge, and creativity, members picked up some great auction items – food, experiences, gift cards were the most popular offerings this year.    Masquerade Ball raised about $7,500 this year to support Segerstrom Center’s artistic and education programs.  This year’s event was planned and organized by co-chairs Louise Costa and Carol Strauss, West Area Guild Chairman with committee members Delphi Ballinger, Ed Cady, Gail and Jim Daniels, Diana Hardy, Susan Kinkade, Marty Olds, Margaret Ann Vincent, and Hallie Whelen.    The Guilds of Segerstrom Center for the Arts is one of the largest and most prestigious support groups for a non-profit organization in Orange County. The Guilds, which is comprised of 22 chapters and nearly 1,600 members, is respected and admired for its contributions to Segerstrom Center for the Arts and is emulated by many other arts organizations around the country. Guilds members are Center ambassadors, spreading the word about the Center among their friends and neighbors and encouraging them to enjoy and use this great community resource. The Guilds raises funds for the Center, Orange County’s largest non-profit arts organization. Guilds members have contributed more than $14 million dollars in support of the Center since their organization was founded. Their support helps the Center to present its renowned performing arts series, which includes dance, Broadway shows, cabaret, jazz, classical music, family entertainment, cutting-edge theater and many free and low-cost performances and events. Close to the heart of The Guilds is the Center’s education programs that reach hundreds of thousands of young people and educators each year with performances and arts-in-education programs at the Center and on school campuses. Segerstrom Center for the Arts is unique as both an acclaimed arts institution and as a multi-disciplinary cultural campus.  It is committed to supporting artistic excellence on all its stages, offering unsurpassed experiences, and engaging the entire community in new and exciting ways through the unique power of live performance and a diverse array of inspiring programs.   Free performances open to the public from outdoor movie screenings to dancing on the plaza and many other special events.  It offers many education programs designed to inspire young people through the arts. These programs reach hundreds of thousands of students of all ages with vital arts-in-education programs, enhancing their studies and enriching their lives well into the future.  Segerstrom Center for the Arts is also proud to serve as the artistic home to three of the region’s major performing arts organizations: Pacific Symphony, the Philharmonic Society of Orange County and the Pacific Chorale, who contribute greatly to the artistic life of the region with annual seasons at Segerstrom Center for the Arts.   Page 12

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Carol Dodson with Tom Keyes and Gerri Goodreau

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Stephen and Wendy Fink

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FAMILY FEATURES

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nutritious diet is crucial for overall health and well-being. While it’s OK to indulge from time to time, it’s important to make sure you’re providing your body with appropriate nourishment. There are many ways to help you add more of the essential nutrients you need into everyday meals, including these nutritious ideas from CocoaVia.

Sneak in More Fruits and Vegetables.

You can bulk up the nutritional value of nearly any meal by incorporating fruits or vegetables directly into your recipes. Pureeing veggies is a good way to disguise textures or flavors you might typically avoid. For example, celery is a natural flavor enhancer for many types of broth soup. Adding finely pureed celery to the stock will add the flavor without the crunchy bits. You can also slip vegetables like spinach or carrots into smoothies, and depending on the base and fruit, you may never even taste them. Fresh, canned or frozen, fruit can give a boost of nutrition to dishes like oatmeal or pudding. You can also use purees (think applesauce) as a low-fat substitute for eggs and oil in baked goods like cake.

Go Frozen.

Fresh fruits and vegetables provide a wealth of essential vitamins and nutrients, but you may be surprised that their frozen counterparts do the same. Frozen foods are often perceived as less nutritious, but they can contain just as many nutrients as fresh produce. In fact, since freezing often involves picking the food at its peak and then quickly freezing it, freezing can actually help retain vitamins more efficiently than refrigeration or canning; frozen vegetables can actually hold on to nutrients longer than fresh produce and are a great alternative when seasonal fruits and vegetables are unavailable. In many cases, frozen veggies also make it easy to experiment with better-for-you meals because the cleaning and prep work is already done. You can try adding them to soups, stir-fries, casseroles and even pasta dishes.

Cook Quickly.

If you’ve historically shied away from cooked vegetables, you may find that proper preparation is the secret ingredient. Not only does overcooking veggies deplete their flavor, in

most cases it also diminishes their nutritional value. Cook veggies lightly and quickly using methods like stir-frying or steaming to help retain water-soluble nutrients like vitamins B and C.

Get Saucy.

You may think of dishes covered in rich gravy or sauce as unhealthy, and in some cases, you would be right. However, it’s actually quite possible to create saucy dishes that taste terrific. Both tomato sauce and pesto add nutrients and can top pretty much anything, from pastas to grilled chicken. Tomato sauce contains lycopene, a bright plant pigment known as a carotenoid that has been linked to a range of health benefits. Pesto is traditionally made with healthy pine nuts and basil, but you can also get creative and prepare this light sauce alternative with options such as arugula, spinach and heart-healthy walnuts or pecans.

Consider Cocoa Flavanols.

Another option to consider adding to your diet is cocoa flavanols. These plant-based phytonutrients are found naturally in cocoa, and research supports that these flavanols work within your body to help maintain healthy blood flow. While chocolate, including dark chocolate and natural (nonalkalized) cocoa powder, can be sources of cocoa flavanols, they are often not a reliable source of cocoa flavanols. The way cocoa is handled matters in the retention of these phytonutrients. However, one easy way to add cocoa flavanols to your routine is by incorporating a daily cocoa extract supplement, such as CocoaVia, which contains the highest concentration available in a cocoa extract supplement today. The supplement can be added to the food or beverage of your choice, like a Chocolate-Chai Smoothie or coffee. Visit CocoaVia.com for more information about cocoa flavanols and ideas for adding them to your diet.

Chocolate-Chai Smoothie

Makes: 1 smoothie 1/2 cup boiling water 1 chai-flavored tea bag 1/2 cup fat-free milk 1 tablespoon honey ice cubes 1 packet CocoaVia Unsweetened Dark Chocolate (or Sweetened Dark Chocolate) supplement In measuring cup with pour spout, pour boiling water over tea bag. Let steep 5 minutes; remove tea bag. Pour milk and tea into blender; add honey, a handful of ice and cocoa extract supplement. Cover and blend until smooth. Nutritional information per serving: 130 calories; 1 g total fat; 50 mg sodium; 27 g carbohydrates; 1 g dietary fiber; 24 g sugar; 5 g protein; 375 mg cocoa flavanols.

While there are many misconceptions about chocolate, especially when it comes to its health benefits, these facts from the experts at CocoaVia set the record straight on some of the most common chocolate myths.

1. Chocolate contains powerful antioxidants.

3. Chocolate containing 70 percent cacao or greater is good for you.

Chocolate, particularly dark chocolate, does contain cocoa flavanols, phytonutrients which numerous scientific studies have demonstrated have a positive impact on health. However, cocoa flavanols are not antioxidants. While not antioxidants, cocoa flavanols have been shown to have positive effects on health that are linked to their ability to support the health and function of your blood vessels.

The percentage of cacao is not a reliable indicator of a product’s cocoa flavanol content. Unfortunately, there is also no way of knowing exactly how many cocoa flavanols are in a conventional chocolate product because traditional cocoa processing, which includes fermenting, drying and roasting of beans, destroys many of the flavanols naturally present in the cocoa bean.

2. Chocolate is good for your heart.

Chocolate does contain caffeine, but an average 1-ounce serving of dark chocolate contains less than half the amount of caffeine found in an average cup of black tea. The amount of caffeine in chocolate is in proportion to the percentage of cacao in the product, meaning milk chocolate contains less caffeine than semi-sweet or dark chocolate.

Chocolate can be part of a healthy diet, but it is not a health food. Even if chocolate is high in cocoa flavanols, the calories, fat and sugar leave it best-suited as an occasional indulgence.

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4. Chocolate is high in caffeine.

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O r a n g e C o u n t y N a ti v e s e r v e s wit h N a v y St r i k e Fi g h t e r S q u a d r o n  

By Kayla Turnbow A 1999 Katella High School graduate and Anaheim, California, native is currently serving with a U.S. Navy strike fighter squadron, which flies one of the world’s most advanced warplanes. Petty Officer 1st Class Elizabeth NuNez-Orona is an aviation ordnanceman with the Kestrels of VFA 137, which operates out of Naval Air Station Lemoore. A Navy aviation ordnanceman is responsible for maintaining the weapons systems on the aircraft and uploading and downloading ordnance on the aircraft.  “Growing up I was taught that you have to hustle,” NuNezOrona said. “You have to work for what you want, and nothing is free. It’s the same in the Navy.”  Members of VFA 137 work with the F/A 18 Super Hornet, one of the most advanced aircraft in the world. The Super Hornet takes off from and lands on Navy aircraft carriers at sea and is capable of conducting air-to-air combat as well as striking targets on land. It is approximately 61 feet long, has a loaded weight of 51,000 lbs., and

a max speed of 1,190 miles per hour. Operating from sea aboard aircraft carriers, the Super Hornet gives the Navy the power to protect America’s interests anywhere, at any time. The versatile jet has the ability to destroy targets located hundreds of miles inland, without the need to get another country’s permission to operate within its borders. “Strike Fighter Wing, U. S. Pacific Fleet, based at Naval Air Station Lemoore, California, is the heart of Naval Aviation,” said Capt. James S. Bates, Deputy Commodore, Strike Fighter Wing, U.S. Pacific. “The sailors assigned to SFWP always exceed expectations and produce amazing results through team work and dedication to their department, squadron, the U.S. Navy and their family. Naval Aviation is a challenging occupation, but our sailors work day in and day out to provide fully mission capable aircraft and fully qualified aircrew to ensure leadership is able to answer national level tasking. I am humbled to be able to lead the sailors of SFWP and I am proud to call Lemoore my home.”

Petty Officer 1st Class Elizabeth NuNez-Orona As a member of one of the U.S. NuNez-Orona is proud of receiving a Navy’s most relied-upon assets, Volunteer Service Medal for cleaning NuNez-Orona and other sailors up Kings County and helping youth know they are part of a legacy ministries in the Lemoore area. that will last beyond their lifetimes “Serving in the Navy means providing the Navy the nation needs. preserving our rights and freedoms,” “I am looking forward to mentoring NuNez-Orona said. “It means giving the sailors within this command,” back to a country that gave my said NuNez-Orona. “I retire in a parents a good opportunity when they year, so I want to make sure I came here from Mexico.” leave something good behind.”

Baby on board? 8 tips for stress-free infant travel

Whether it’s a quick weekend away or a weeklong adventure, family travel is a great way to bond and create lifelong memories. However, if you have an infant, you may be hesitant to pack all those bags and venture to the unknown. “With their love of a set schedule and the familiar, plus loads of gear, babies are natural homebodies,” says Sandra Gordon, baby safety expert and blogger at www. babyproductsmom.com. “Still, they can be surprisingly adaptable and getting out and about can be loads of fun for everyone. The trick is to be prepared so you can enjoy the journey and the destination.” Gordon offers eight tips and tricks that make infant travel easy so everyone can have an enjoyable vacation: Prepare the diaper bag The diaper bag is your go-to throughout your trip. Pack everything your baby might need including diapers, wipes, a change of clothes, snacks, toys, a pacifier, feeding supplies, infant formula and lots of Ziploc bags for dirty bottles, clothes, etc. An extra shirt for yourself is a smart addition as well, just in case. Pack pre-measured, dry powder

baby formula Whether on the plane or out for the day, pack two to four bottles with premeasured, dry baby formula that you can mix with bottled water at feeding time. To save up to 50 percent, buy store brand infant formula. All infant formula sold in the United States is regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, so store brand formula must meet the same FDA standards as the big advertised brands. It’s available wherever infant formula is sold, such as Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club and Target. Bring a prepared bottle Bring a prepared bottle for the airport; it can help keep your baby content during the lengthy checkin process. It’s also a must during takeoff to relieve ear pressure. You can take more than 3.4 ounces of infant formula or breast milk through airport security. Tell the transportation security officer that you have medically necessary liquids at the beginning of the checkpoint screening process. Visit the TSA for more info on flying with children. Split up your stuff When packing bags you plan to check at the airport, split up the

contents so that each suitcase has everyone’s clothes in it, including your baby’s. That way if a bag gets lost, everyone will have something to wear for the next few days until your bag is found. Essentials such as formula, medicine, etc. should be packed in your carry-on. Stick to baby’s schedule Babies rely on a schedule so there’s no need to disrupt it when on vacation. Try travelling around nap time for domestic flights or at bedtime for international flights. Be sure to bring along her favorite stuffed animal or blanket that she normally sleeps with so there’s something familiar to sooth her. Baby can sleep and you can relax. Avoid popular travel times Avoid crowds and save money by travelling on slower days. The day prior to holidays will always be hectic, so opt to fly two to three days before or after to enjoy a slower airport plus cheaper ticket prices. For non-holiday travel, avoid early-morning flights on weekdays so you and your baby don’t have to compete with harried business travelers. Rent gear If you can’t bring all your gear when travelling, consider renting. Ask your

hotel about rental options in the area so you can have everything you need to make baby feel comfortable without having to lug items across the country. It is an extra cost, but it also saves you the cost of having to check bulky items on the plane. Eat in or eat out early Book a hotel with a kitchen so you can make baby-friendly foods in a comfortable space. When you do want to eat out, remember that prime time for eating out with infants, toddlers and preschoolers is Sunday through Wednesday before standard lunch or dinner times (11:30 a.m. or 5:30 p.m.). Restaurants are less crowded and you’ll get faster service. Travelling with a baby gets easier every time you do it. With these tips you’ll satisfy your wanderlust without worry, plus your little one will have a great time. - (BPT)

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Be prepared: Red Cross urges blood and platelet donation Because emergency situations are unpredictable, the American Red Cross needs regular donations to help ensure that blood products are available for patients at a moment’s notice. You can help ensure a sufficient supply for accident victims and others with serious medical conditions. This May, the American Red Cross is calling for donors to give blood and platelets regularly to be prepared to meet the needs of patients in emergency situations. According to the National Trauma Institute, trauma accounts for approximately 41 million emergency department visits and 2 million hospital admissions each year. In March 2015, Kevin Frame suffered life-threatening injuries in a head-on collision during spring break. He received blood products to treat internal injuries immediately after the accident and during multiple surgeries while recovering. “Without the blood and plasma products made available from donations, I would not be alive today to continue my rehabilitation journey,” said Frame, who had to relearn to swallow, speak and walk after the accident. Regular blood, platelet and plasma donations help ensure that blood is available at a moment’s notice. In fact, it is the blood on the shelves that is used to help save lives at the time of an accident or sudden illness. In trauma situations, when there’s no time to check a patient’s blood type, emergency personnel reach for type O negative red blood cells and type AB plasma because they can be transfused to any patient, regardless of blood type. Less than 7 percent of the population has type O negative blood, and only about 4 percent of the population has type AB blood. Platelets may also be needed to help with clotting in cases of massive bleeding. Because platelets must be transfused within five days of donation, there is a constant – often critical – need to keep up with hospital demand. Donors of all blood types are urged to roll up a sleeve this May to help meet the needs of trauma patients and others with serious medical conditions. Make an appointment to donate blood by downloading the free Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting RedCrossBlood.org or calling 1-800RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). How to donate blood Simply download the American Red Cross Blood Donor App, visit RedCrossBlood.org or call 1-800RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) to Page 16

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San Clemente News Legal Notices ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case No: 30-2018-00993863 Superior Court of California, County of Orange. In the matter of the petition to change the name(s) of HERNAN JAVIER DELGADILLO RODRIGUEZ and SEBASTIAN JAVIER DELGADILLO RODRIGUEZ, a minor(s). Petitioner(s) JAVIER DELGADILLO and IRMA A. RODRIGUEZ has/have filed a petition with this court on behalf of the minor(s) for a decree changing name(s) as follows: HERNAN JAVIER DELGADILLO RODRIGUEZ to HERNAN J. DELGADILLO, and SEBASTIAN JAVIER DELGADILLO RODRIGUEZ to SEBASTIAN J. DELGADILLO. The court orders that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing, Superior Court of California, County of Orange, 700 Civic Center Drive West, Santa Ana, CA 92701 Central Justice Center on JULY 24, 2018 at 8:30 o’clock am, Dept. D100, Window 44. A copy of this order to show cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county The San Clemente News. The court orders that all persons interested in this matter are directed to make known any objection that they may have to the granting of the petition for change of name by filing a written objection, which includes the reasons for the objection, with the court at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and by appearing in court at the hearing to show cause why the petition for change of name should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. Dated: MAY 21, 2018 ROBERT J. MOSS- Judge of the Superior Court San Clemente News – 06/08/2018, 06/15/2018, 06/22/2018, 06/29/2018

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case No: 30-2018-00992517 Superior Court of California, County of Orange. In the matter of the petition to change the name(s) of RUSTI SUE-VISKA SVALSTROM. Petitioner(s) RUSTI SUEVISKA SVALSTROM has/have filed a petition with this court for a decree changing name(s) as follows: RUSTI SUE-VISKA SVALSTROM to NOVALI VISKA TROUBLE SVALSTROM. The court orders that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing, Orange County Superior Court of California, County of Orange, 700 Civic Center Drive West, Santa Ana, CA 92701 on JULY 17, 2018 at 8:30 o’clock am, Dept. D100, W44. A copy of this order to show cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county The San Clement News. The court orders that all persons interested in this matter are directed to make known any objection that they may have to the granting of the petition for change of name by filing a written objection, which includes the reasons for the objection, with the court at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and by appearing in court at the hearing to show cause why the petition for change of name should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. Dated: MAY 15, 2018 ROBERT J. MOSS- Judge of the Superior Court SAN CLEMENTE NEWS –05/25/2018, 06/01/2018, 06/08/2018, 06/15/2018

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case No: 30-2018-00992514 Superior Court of California, County of Orange. In the matter of the petition to change the name(s) of MICHAEL WAYNE SPANDRIO. Petitioner(s) MICHAEL WAYNE SPANDRIO has/have filed a petition with this court for a decree changing name(s) as follows: MICHAEL WAYNE SPANDRIO to MICHAEL WAYNE TROUBLE SPANDRIO. The court orders that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing, Orange County Superior Court of California, County of Orange, 700 Civic Center Drive West, Santa Ana, CA 92701 on JULY 17, 2018 at 8:30 o’clock am, Dept. D100, W44. A copy of this order to show cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county The San Clement News. The court orders that all persons interested in this matter are directed to make known any objection that they may have to the granting of the petition for change of name by filing a written objection, which includes the reasons for the objection, with the court at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and by appearing in court at the hearing to show cause why the petition for change of name should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. Dated: MAY 15, 2018 ROBERT J. MOSS- Judge of the Superior Court SAN CLEMENTE NEWS –05/25/2018, 06/01/2018, 06/08/2018, 06/15/2018

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case No: 30-2018-00991813 Superior Court of California, County of Orange. In the matter of the petition to change the name(s) of NEELA SAMPALLI MUKUNDA. Petitioner(s) NEELA SAMPALLI MUKUNDA has/have filed a petition with this court for a decree changing name(s) as follows: NEELA SAMPALLI MUKUNDA to NEELA NARAYAN MUKUND. The court orders that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing, Orange County Superior Court of California, County of Orange, 700 Civic Center Drive West, Santa Ana, CA 92701 on JULY 12, 2018 at 8:30 o’clock am, Dept. D100, W44. A copy of this order to show cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county The San Clement News. The court orders that all persons interested in this matter are directed to make known any objection that they may have to the granting of the petition for change of name by filing a written objection, which includes the reasons for the objection, with the court at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and by appearing in court at the hearing to show cause why the petition for change of name should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. Dated: MAY 11, 2018 ROBERT J. MOSS- Judge of the Superior Court SAN CLEMENTE NEWS –05/18/2018, 05/25/2018, 06/01/2018, 06/08/2018 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case No: 30-2018-00981527 Superior Court of California, County of Orange. In the matter of the petition to change the name(s) of PUNPUN PANJAVONGROJ, a minor(s). Petitioner(s) WORAPOJ PANJAVONGROJ and AJCHARAPORN PHANPANIT has/have filed a petition with this court on behalf of the minor(s) for a decree changing name(s) as follows: PUNPUN PANJAVONGROJ to VORASIT PANJAVONGROJ. The court orders that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing, Superior Court of California, County of Orange, 700 Civic Center Drive West, Santa Ana, CA 92701 Central Justice Center on JULY 17, 2018 at 8:30 o’clock am, Dept. D100, Window 44. A copy of this order to show cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county The San Clemente News. The court orders that all persons interested in this matter are directed to make known any objection that they may have to the granting of the petition for change of name by filing a written objection, which includes the reasons for the objection, with the court at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and by appearing in court at the hearing to show cause why the petition for change of name should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. Dated: MAY 16, 2018 ROBERT J. MOSS- Judge of the Superior Court San Clemente News – 05/18/2018, 05/25/2018, 06/01/2018, 06/08/2018 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case No: 30-2018-00992223 Superior Court of California, County of Orange. In the matter of the petition to change the name(s) of JEAN MARCUS CIELO, a minor(s). Petitioner(s) NORBERTO CIELO and ARACELY MERCADO has/have filed a petition with this court on behalf of the minor(s) for a decree changing name(s) as follows: JEAN MARCUS CIELO to JEAN-MARCUS CIELO. The court orders that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing, Superior Court of California, County of Orange, 700 Civic Center Drive West, Santa Ana, CA 92701 Central Justice Center on JULY 12, 2018 at 8:30 o’clock am, Dept. D100, Window 44. A copy of this order to show cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county The San Clemente News. The court orders that all persons interested in this matter are directed to make known any objection that they may have to the granting of the petition for change of name by filing a written objection, which includes the reasons for the objection, with the court at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and by appearing in court at the hearing to show cause why the petition for change of name should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. Dated: MAY 14, 2018 ROBERT J. MOSS- Judge of the Superior Court San Clemente News – 05/18/2018, 05/25/2018, 06/01/2018, 06/08/2018

F I C T I T I O U S B U S I N E S S N A M E S TAT E M E N T 20186509734. The following company is doing business as: LOLLYPOP BOOKS, 25 BURRIANA, SAN CLEMENTE, CA 92672. This business is conducted by a general partnership;(1) STEVEN VIELE, 25 BURRIANA, SAN CLMENTE, CA 92652, (2) ASHLEY MCKEOWN, 18 CAMSHIP, LAGUNA NIGUEL, CA 92677. The registrants have not commenced to do business under the fictitious business name or names listed above. /S/ STEVEN VIELE, and ASHLEY MCKEOWN. This notice was filed with the Orange County Recorder on 05/08/18. The San Clemente News: 06/01/18, 06/08/18, 06/11/18, 06/25/18.


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Offering approx. 3000 sq. ft and an 8400 sq. ft. pie shaped lot with ENDLESS Located on a private single loaded street is this stunning Oak View home recently VIEWS of the mountains, reservoir and golf range. Amazing floor plan and remodeled top to bottom. Offering approx. 4000 sq. ft with 5 bedrooms, 5 bath exceptional upgrades. 5 bed/3 bath/bonus/office. and what an amazing entertaining yard with pool and spa. 16 Amberwicke $1,079,000.00 4 Dark Horse $1,699,000.00

SOLD

SOLD

LUXERY RESORT LIVING

WHAT A SHOW PIECE This stunning MODEL PERFECT home is one of a kind. Located in Robinson Offering approx.. 3000 sq. ft with 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths. Tremendous upgrades in and out. Ranch. Exceptional upgrades and what a backyard! Offering approx.. 2800 sq. ft Stunning entertaining backyard with Built in BBQ area, pool and spa. This home will WOW you! with 3 bedrooms,3 baths and a bonus room. Pool, spa and outside family room . 41 Sagitta Way $1,199,000.00.00 31892 Wagon Wheel $993,000.00

SOLD

SOLD

THIS IS IT

THIS IS IT

Nested against the hills and behind the gates of STONECLIFFE is this charming The one you have been waiting for! Shows like a model home. Offering approx. home offering 2700 sq. ft with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. All current colors and 4100 sq. ft. with 4 bedrooms and 4 baths. Spacious bonus room and private home office. Stunning backyard with pool, spa and BBQ area. décor. Beautiful yard with pool/spa/fireplace and BBQ area. Endless views! 20 Bentley $1,449,000.00 36 Whippoorwill $999,000.00

Preferred Lender: Al Rodriguez (949) 903-1959 Branch Manager │ Sr Loan Officer NMLS# 230138

AmeriFirst Financial, Inc NMLS# 145368 CA DBO# 4130901 101 S El Camino Real #110 San Clemente CA 92672 949.421.6916 Equal Housing Opportunity Licensed by The Department of Business Oversight under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act.

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