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LOCAL FAMILY The Hadjis Family

FACES IN THE CROWD Mel Montoya

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ARBOR DAY CELEBRATION

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Carlsbad Youth Baseball is made up of hundreds of players, volunteers, and members. It has enjoyed success bringing the community together by teaching the fundamentals of baseball and teamwork. We talk to President Jeff Johnson to learn more.

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STUDENT STAR Daniel Rubin

IN OUR OWN BACKYARD San Diego County Fair

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COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER Samantha Farr

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SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

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lthough Mother’s Day was last month, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to write about it this issue. I have been blessed with great mothers surrounding me throughout my life. As we celebrate Mother’s Day each year, I often reflect on my childhood, teenage years, and young adulthood. I was raised by a very strong and supportive mother, and as a first grandchild, I also spent many of my younger years with my grandmother. Unfortunately, these two wonderful women are no longer with us today, but the memories and life lessons that I received from them are forever held close to my heart. Having lost my mother to a tragic automobile accident back in 2010 and my grandmother to cancer more recently, you would think that Mother’s Day would approach with some apprehension. However, much to my pleasant surprise, I’ve discovered that Mother’s Day has become one of the most meaningful holidays of the year. Even though the day typically starts with a little sadness – more like a period of reflection – it quickly turns into a very deep and significant day. Not only do I have an opportunity to celebrate the great memories surrounding my mother and grandmother, I also have the privilege of having several more fantastic mothers that surround me, support me, and make our lives more meaningful. While there are too many wonderful mothers in our friends and family sphere to mention in this letter, I would like to take a moment to recognize a few of them. First on the list, I would like to thank my wonderful wife, Jessica, for being such an awesome mother to our three kids (as well as many of the neighborhood kids). There are quite a few kiddos around the community (some adults in college now) that have grown up calling you “Momma” Breaux. We are all lucky to have you do what you do. Happy Mother’s Day, Jessica! Derrick Breaux I would also like to take a moment to send a heartfelt Publisher thank you to my mother-in-law Trish and mother-in-law Doreen. Not only are you both incredible influences on our family, but you are also wonderful grandmothers to our kids. We are all extremely happy to have you be a major part of our lives. Happy Mother’s Day, Trish and Doreen! Last but not least, I would like to recognize my sister. Not only are you a great sister, you are also a wonderful mother. I find great joy in watching the way you raise your three children, often displaying the incredibly familiar and nurturing parenting that our mother used with the two of us growing up. It warms my heart beyond words. Happy Mother’s Day, Angelique! And a belated happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers in the world (past and present) that have impacted our lives. I hope your Mother’s Day was filled with lots of hugs, special memories, love, and laughter.

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REGIONAL BUZZ 92024 MAGAZINE PHILANTHROPY IN ACTION

Find out how the Coastal Community Foundation makes a philanthropic impact in North Coastal communities in our conversation with Executive Director Sharon Omahen.

STAY INFORMED. STAY CONNECTED.

FOR LOVE OF THE GAME

Juan Trevino nurtures his love for the hockey program at Pacific Ridge School.

Take a quick look across town with some of the other ZCode Magazines.

NATURAL CONNECTION

The Regan family connects with nature and each other in their hometown of Encinitas.

LOCAL STORIES. LOCAL PHOTOS.

For more information and articles visit www.92024magazine.com.

92081 MAGAZINE IN BLOOM

The Alta Vista Botanical Gardens integrates nature with education. We learn more in our conversation with President Ron Holloway.

STRENGTHENING CORES AND VALUES

Pilates instructor Margrette Lamkin teaches strength, flexibility, and confidence.

LATINA LEADER

Arleth Flores Aparicio embraces her heritage and work ethic to provide a different perspective. For more information and articles visit www.92081magazine.com.

92127 MAGAZINE A GROWING COMMUNITY

The Bernardo Gardeners Club inspires, grows, and beautifies the community. We talk to Club President Audrey Koble to learn more.

08/10 MAGAZINE PLAY BALL!

Carlsbad Youth Baseball works to create a fun, safe environment for all players. We learn more in our conversation with President Jeff Johnson.

92067 MAGAZINE LIVE LOCAL, GIVE LOCAL

Learn more about Coastal Community Foundation and their philanthropic efforts in our conversation with Executive Director Sharon Omahen.

92129 MAGAZINE LET’S GET REAL ESTATE

Meet the movers and shakers of Rancho Peñasquitos in the 4th Annual Real Estate Issue.

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR

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JULY 14

PUBLIC TALK: WHAT’S NEW AT SAN DIEGUITO RIVER PARK AND COAST-TO-CREST TRAIL

A night of fun under the stars with inflatable obstacle courses 6 – 9 p.m. | Alga Norte Aquatics Center www.carlsbadca.gov

JUNE 9

Hosted by Leana Bulay, Manager of Interpretation and Outreach 9 – 11 a.m. | Batiquitos Lagoon www.batiquitosfoundation.org

SUMMER LUAU Hawaiian buffet, live music, games, and more 6 – 9 p.m. | The Crossings www.thecrossingsatcarlsbad.com/luau

JUNE 14

7 MILE KITCHEN GRAND OPENING PARTY Live entertainment, complimentary samples from the menu, giveaways, and more 5 – 7 p.m. | Sheraton Carlsbad Resort & Spa www.sheratoncarlsbad.com

JUNE 17

FATHER’S DAY

JUNE 23

ALOHA PLUNGE Floating obstacles in the pool followed by a movie 5 – 9 p.m. | Alga Norte Aquatics Center www.carlsbadca.gov

JULY JULY 4

INDEPENDENCE DAY

SPLASH BASH

JULY 17

2018 NIGHT AT THE MOONLIGHT

LA LECHE LEAGUE NORTH COUNTY COASTAL MEETING Mother-to-mother support group for pregnant and nursing mothers 10 a.m. | 617 Saxony Pl. #103, Encinitas www.facebook.com/LLLNorthCountyCoastal

WEDNESDAYS

JULY 20

1ST WEDNESDAYS

TGIF CONCERTS IN THE PARK Performance by The Mighty Untouchables 6 – 8 p.m. | Poinsettia Community Park www.carlsbadca.gov

JULY 22

HOOVES, HATS, & HOPE Fundraiser for Kathy’s Legacy; cocktail bar, buffet, and private wagering windows 12 – 6 p.m. | Del Mar Racetrack www.kathyslegacy.org

JULY 28 – 29

RELAY FOR LIFE CANCER WALK: CARLSBAD-ENCINITAS Honoring the strength and courage of survivors and caregivers, complete with opening and closing ceremonies 9 a.m. | Oak Crest Middle School www.relayforlife.org

TGIF CONCERTS AT THE PARK Performance by Motown band The Detroit Underground 6 – 8 p.m. | Poinsettia Community Park www.carlsbadca.gov

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2ND TUESDAYS

Fundraiser to help provide programs for Carlsbad Unified School District students 6:30 – 10 p.m. | Moonlight Amphitheater www.carlsbaded.org

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ONGOING EVENTS

STATE STREET FARMERS MARKET 3 – 7 p.m. | State St. www.carlsbad-village.com

CARLSBAD NEWCOMERS CLUB Meeting begins with half hour of social time followed by guest speaker 9:45 a.m. | Carlsbad Senior Center www.carlsbadnewcomers.org

1ST FRIDAYS

THE CARLSBAD GARDEN CLUB 1 p.m. | Dove Library Gowland Room www.carlsbadgardenclub.com

3RD SATURDAYS

MONTHLY SATURDAY TRAIL VOLUNTEER EVENTS See website for trail locations and times www.carlsbadca.gov/trails


S P O R T S R E G I S T R AT I O N & A N N O U N C E M E N T S BADMINTON OPEN PLAY BADMINTON FOR ADULTS

PICKLEBALL OPEN PLAY PICKLEBALL

SWIMMING LAP SWIM

See times online Fee: $3 per adult Stagecoach Community Center www.carlsbadca.gov

See times online Fee: $3 per person Calavera Hills Gymnasium www.carlsbadca.gov

BASKETBALL OPEN PLAY BASKETBALL

RUNNING & WALKING RELAY FOR LIFE CANCER WALK: CARLSBAD-ENCINITAS

Mondays – Fridays: 5:45 a.m. – 7 p.m. Saturdays: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Sundays: 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Hours subject to change; check website for updated schedule Fee: $3 for youth/teens, $5 for adults Alga Norte Aquatic Center www.carlsbadca.gov

See times online Fee: $3 per adult, no charge for youth/teens Stagecoach Community Center www.carlsbadca.gov

FOOTBALL & CHEER CARLSBAD POP WARNER FALL 2018

Honoring the strength and courage of survivors and caregivers, complete with opening and closing ceremonies July 28–29 9 a.m. | Oak Crest Middle School www.relayforlife.org

Offering flag and tackle football and cheer programs Registration open online www.carlsbadpopwarner.com

SOFTBALL CITY OF CARLSBAD ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUE Offering men’s and co-ed leagues Registration open in June www.carlsbadsports.org

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RECREATIONAL SWIM Mondays – Fridays: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Saturdays: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Sundays: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Hours subject to change; check website for updated schedule Fee: $3 for youth/teens, $5 for adults Alga Norte Aquatic Center www.carlsbadca.gov

TRIATHLON CARLSBAD TRIATHLON Online registration closes June 9 June 10 Tamarack Surf Beach www.carlsbadtriathlon.com

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If there’s one thing that North County residents enjoy more than the beach, it’s the various cuisine, beverages, and sweet treats throughout San Diego. Here, we offer a taste of some local flavor.

ON TH E MAP

Peruvian Palate FA R E & F E S T I V I T Y

Discover a taste of Peru at Pisco Rotisserie & Cevicheria, which opened a Carlsbad location this year. The restaurant on Avenida Encinas offers a blend of modern cuisine, indigenous ingredients, and cooking techniques.

BASEBALL BITES Padres fans have new options for satisfying their mid-game munchies this season, with two San Diego favorites adding ballpark locations. Buona Forchetta offers simply delicious Italian fare from Neapolitan pizza to gelato. Blue Water Seafood Market & Grill will open one stand serving fish tacos and sandwiches and a second stand with an expanded menu of fresh, local seafood.

FARMERS MARKET FREEZE The State Street Farmers Market recently welcomed Cabetos Pops to the weekly lineup. Cabetos Pops uses fresh fruit and pure cane sugar to craft ice pops and seven flavors of hand-made ice cream. Head downtown every Wednesday from 3 to 7 p.m. for the market's summer hours. Have Tasty News? Send your tasty news, photos, and announcements to editor@zcodemedia.com

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L O C A L F A M I LY

At-A-Glance

The Hadjis Family Gets Involved in South Carlsbad While Connecting With Each Other by KELLEY GUSICH | photo by Mark Hopkins Photography

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he Hadjis family – Gabby, George, and son Lukas – have lived in their south Carlsbad community for 13 years. “It’s a true familyfeel community,” Gabby said. At Nordstrom for 20 years, she feels lucky to currently be a stay-at-home mom, while George works for Canon as a national sales manager. Gabby is originally from Oregon and George from Huntington Beach, but they both had been working in Seattle when they met. “I was on a blind date that was a big fail – he was out with his good friend and I dropped everything when I saw George,” Gabby laughed. “I went up to him and started talking to him – four years later we got married!” As a family, they love hiking, exploring, skiing, soccer, the beach – and cooking has become a new favorite activity for Lukas, who uses the combined styles of both parents by following recipes or getting creative on his own. “I actually can cook but prefer to bake,” Gabby said. “George is an amazing chef!” The Hadjis family also claims to be “Disneyland dorks,” maintaining their kid-at-heart status with annual passes and visiting the amusement park frequently. They volunteer often. George is on the Parish Board of the Saints Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Church and teaches Sunday preschool there, plus he’s been an LA Galaxy SD rec soccer coach for the past seven years. Gabby is actively involved at Lukas’s school, Pacific Rim Elementary, where Lukas is a fifth grader. She’s involved

Parents: Gabby Rios Hadjis and George Hadjis Child: Lukas Hadjis (10) Community: Waters End Parents’ Occupations: Gabby – stay-at-home mom; George – National Sales Manager at Imaging Technologies Communications Group, Canon Inc. Parents’ Hometowns: Gabby – Gaston, OR; George – Huntington Beach, CA Pets: Cats – Tequila and Ouzo Favorite Places in 92011: Ponto Beach, Batiquitos Lagoon, The Taco Stand, Señor Grubby’s, and Lucha Libre Taco Shop

in committees like Yearbook, Lunch Bunch, Jog-a-thon, 5th Grade Promotion, Mom & Son Annual Bowling, and the Art Show. Overseeing the Pacific Rim yearbook is a “fun, but huge” commitment of Gabby’s, beginning in August. “With Pacific Rim being awarded a national Blue Ribbon School as one of two schools in San Diego county to receive this award,” she confirmed, “I wanted the yearbook to be extra special. Seeing [the students’] smiles and getting their friends’ autographs makes it worth all the hours I put into it.” For their community, the couple has held a holiday movie night the past four years, and works together with Toys for Tots collecting toys. “Our Waters End community has been generous, and every December we hold this event we get lots of support from the neighborhood. Both George and I believe in getting involved,” affirmed Gabby. “It’s important to lend a hand and support great causes. We believe in the saying Ghandi said: ‘Be the change you want to see in this world.’” ¢

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COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER

Service

Oriented Samantha Farr: Caring for Others is Her Life’s Work by BECCA BARR photo by Mitchell Aragon Photography

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or Carlsbad resident Samantha Farr, giving back to her community and being of service to others is her life’s work. She works at UC San Diego in the Department of Trauma, Burns, Surgical Critical Care, and Acute Care Surgery as a Surgical Intensive Care Nurse Practitioner. She is board-certified and is currently working to obtain a Doctorate of Nursing Practice with post Masters Adult Gerontology-Acute Care Specialty from the University of Arizona. “I have always wanted to be in the medical field. From a very young age, I dreamed of helping others,” shared Samantha. “As a nurse practitioner within an acute care setting, I am able to provide care for patients who are traumatically injured or critically ill and require intensive care.” Samantha’s service to others doesn’t stop at work. She is active in many philanthropic organizations, including the North County African American Women’s Association (NCAAWA), North San Diego County NAACP (for which she received the Distinguished Woman Award for community service in 2017), California Association for Nurse Practitioners, and San Diego Black Nurses Association. Additionally, she volunteers with Interface, a program that organizes Know a volunteer that should be profiled in 92011 Magazine? medical mission trips for cleft palate repairs for children Recommend a volunteer online at www.92011magazine.com. in Mexico. Samantha finds her work with the NCAAWA particularly rewarding. She is involved with their AT-A-GLANCE Becoming a Global Citizen program (BGC), which is a mentoring program for middle and high Name: Samantha Gambles Farr school girls. “My role as a mentor is to provide education to the ladies of BGC with relation to Community: Carlsbad chronic diseases such as diabetes mellitus, hypertension, healthy food choices, exercise, and Occupation: Nurse Practitioner the medical effects of prescription and non-prescription drug abuse,” Samantha related. “In Hobbies & Interests: Going to the addition, the young ladies always enjoy the round-table discussions focusing on transitioning from beach, Zumba, reading, mentoring girls into women.” NORTH COUNTY AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION Group’s Mission: The mission of the North County African American Women’s Association is to provide a support network through education, health awareness, and life skills programs for women and girls in San Diego North County to increase their self-sufficiency. Website: www.ncaawa.org Phone: 760-978-6534 10 • 92011 MAGAZINE.COM • June | July 2018

IF EVERYONE HELPS A LITTLE, IT GOES A LONG WAY.”

This San Diego native loves living in her community of Carlsbad. “There are many reasons to love living in Carlsbad, including the excellent schools, Carlsbad Village, unique and fine dining, and of course the best beach in San Diego,” she declared. When not working or volunteering, Samantha can be found reading, going to the beach, doing Zumba, and spending time with her family and friends. But above all, giving back is what matters to Samantha. “Service to others is service to yourself,” she said. “If everyone helps a little, it goes a long way.” ¢


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FAC E S I N T H E C R OW D

Mel Montoya Keeps Busy in Carlsbad as a Wife, Mother, and Wedding Consultant by JENNIFER FRAKES photo by Mark Hopkins Photography

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or Mel Montoya, staying busy is never a problem. This wedding and design consultant, wife, and mother of two young children is always on the go, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. “My goal is to enjoy each day, to live life to the fullest, and find joy in the little things,” said Mel. She and her family have lived in Aviara since 2013, and they love being within walking distance of Aviara Oaks schools and a quick drive to the lagoon and beach. As a wedding coordinator, Mel is an expert at helping brides and grooms fulfill their dreams of the perfect wedding day. “There are a few differences between a wedding planner and a wedding coordinator. Most brides want to be involved in the planning, especially with online resources like Yelp and Pinterest. My role as a coordinator is to review their wedding plans and make sure they’ve crossed their t’s and dotted their i’s,” stated Mel. According to her, hiring a wedding coordinator is like insurance for the day of the wedding. She runs the show on the big day, manages the team of vendors, and puts out any fires that may come up during the event. “It’s my job to make sure the bride and groom and their families are happy and enjoying every moment of the day,” said Mel, who has been in the wedding industry for more than 13 years. As Mel developed her wedding coordination business, she realized that many clients were looking for custom stationery and invitations for their event. This is how the custom design aspect of her business was born. “I get to know my clients even better when they hire me both for stationery and wedding coordination. Getting to know my clients is important to me, and even after more than 400 weddings I still experience an overwhelming sense of joy at the end of each wedding,” related Mel. When Mel isn’t coordinating weddings for her clients, she can be found with her family at various activities such as soccer, piano, surfing, jiu jitsu, and Girl Scouts. She also enjoys volunteering at her children’s school, exercising, and reading. “Most of all, we enjoy spending time together as a family. We love going to South Ponto for the sunset, and spending Sunday mornings there enjoying the view from the sundial. We live in paradise,” expressed Mel. ¢

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My goal is to enjoy each day, to live life to the fullest, and find joy in the little things” AT-A-GLANCE: Name: Mel Montoya Profession: Wedding and Design Consultant Community: Aviara Hobbies & Interests: Beach, music, art, photography, reading Favorite Places to Visit in 92011: La Costa Coffee Roasters, Batiquitos Lagoon, Chandler’s at Cape Rey Carlsbad, South Ponto State Beach


Arbor Day Celebration

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he City of Carlsbad recently hosted the Arbor Day Celebration as part of the city’s Earth Month campaign in April, designed to encourage recycling and increase awareness of sustainable practices in Carlsbad. The campaign was created to support California’s ambitious goal of 75 percent recycling, composting, or source reduction of solid waste by 2020. The day was filled with tree planting throughout Poinsettia Community Park, with approximately 65 local volunteers of all ages working to plant nearly 30 trees and keep Carlsbad environmentally friendly. Representatives from CAL FIRE, SDG&E, Davey Tree, Davey Resource Group, Western Environmental Consultants, the San Diego Regional Urban Forests Council, and West Coast Arborists were also featured at the celebration with tree maintenance displays and booths to educate the community about sustainability. Arbor Day was also celebrated at Stagecoach Community Park. The Arbor Day Celebration and the City Council’s Arbor Week proclamation are two of the four criteria that were required to be met for Carlsbad to retain its status as a Tree City USA for the 14th consecutive year. This designation, issued by the National Arbor Day Foundation, acknowledges the city’s ongoing commitment to tree care and urban forest sustainability. For more information about Arbor Day or to learn of upcoming events in Carlsbad visit www.carlsbadca.gov. ¢

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1. La Costa 35 Athletic Club raised more than $250,000 for Boys & Girls Clubs of Carlsbad through its annual charity poker tournament. Pictured left to right: Club CEO Brad Holland, Tournament Director Rob Holzman, Mayor Matt Hall, and LC35 President Steve Collo. Photo by Louise Donahue. 2. Dave and 92011 Magazine editor Daniela meet North County local and San Diego Padres legend Trevor Hoffman. 3. Local author Kelley Gusich held a signing and reading for her new books, Poison by Punctuation and Down in the Belly of the Whale. 4. Volunteers at Poinsettia Community Park gather to plant trees for the Arbor Day Celebration. 5. A sunny day for golfers at the Aviara Golf Club for the 66th Annual Golf Tournament benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Carlsbad.

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Pillars of Hope Grand Slam

66th Annual Golf Tournament Benefits BGCC

The Mitchell Thorp Foundation and San Diego Aviators World Team Tennis will host the Pillars of Hope Grand Slam on Saturday, July 28. The event includes dinner, tennis play by top-ranked pro players, and auctions to benefit the foundation, as well as a special children’s program. While parents enjoy the entertainment and dinner, the Grand Slam Kids Night lets them skip the babysitter so the kids can participate in dinner and games before returning to their parents to watch the tennis match. Kids Night check-in is at 3 p.m., and the dinner program begins at 3:30 p.m. The evening will also announce the winners of this year’s Pillar of Hope Award, which recognizes doctors, educators, therapists, and institutions who go above and beyond in the medical community. The Mitchell Thorp Foundation supports families of children with lifethreatening illnesses or disorders, with four programs: Medical and Home Assistance, Healing and Rehabilitation, Conversion Mobility Van Program, and Youth Leadership Council. Learn more at www.mitchellthorp.org/events.

A sold-out field of 144 golfers enjoyed a great day of golf at the spectacular Aviara Golf Club for the 66th Annual Golf Tournament, titled Clubs for a Brighter Future, presented by TaylorMade Golf Company. The tournament was a fundraiser event to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Carlsbad (BGCC) and is one of BGCC’s most popular fundraising events of the year. The day featured specialty spirits, contests and raffles, lunch provided by West Steak and Seafood, an awards reception, and oncourse microbews courtesy of Ballast Point, Cigar City, Green Flash, Pizza Port, Oscar Blues, and Stone. Lucky Carlsbad resident Hope Rhoads took home the grand prize of the day, a trip for two to Pebble Beach in Northern California. The successful tournament was able to net more than $100,000. All of the proceeds will go to support the life-changing and impactful programs, activities, and services offered by BGCC. To learn more about BGCC, get involved, or find upcoming fundraiser events visit www.bgccarlsbad.org.

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Carlsbad Unified Schools Recognized The California Distinguished Schools Program has returned after a three-year break, replacing the California Gold Ribbon Schools Program. Aviara Oaks Elementary and Pacific Rim Elementary are the two Carlsbad Unified schools that have been named 2018 California Distinguished Schools. According to the California Department of Education, 287 elementary schools across the state, and 33 elementary schools in San Diego County, are being honored under the Distinguished Schools Program this year. “These schools implement outstanding educational programs and practices that help California students realize their potential, and put them on the path to achieve their dreams,” said Torlakson, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, in a news release. For a complete list of honorees and to learn more about the program visit www.cde.ca.gov.

Carlsbad’s New Fire Chief The City of Carlsbad has named Michael D. Calderwood, a Fire Department veteran, as its new fire chief. Calderwood has prepared for this new role with more than 20 years of service in positions of increasing leadership. Fire Chief Mike Davis announced his retirement earlier this year, and Calderwood will be transitioned to the position soon. Calderwood began his career in the City of Pismo Beach as a firefighter/EMT and joined the City of Carlsbad Fire Department in 2003. He most recently served as a division chief. Calderwood has served in roles including executive leadership, resource management, labor/ management relations, emergency planning, professional standards, mentoring, and employee wellness. In 2017, he graduated from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s Senior Executives in State and Local Governments Program. He is also a 2013 graduate of LEAD San Diego. He completed his formal education at UC Santa Barbara, with a bachelor of arts degree in law and society. To learn more visit www.carlsbadca.gov.

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Local Nonprofit Hosts Benefit Concert photos by Dennis Pinnick

Vista-based nonprofit Solutions for Change recently hosted its spring benefit concert at The Crossings in Carlsbad. With approximately 100 guests in attendance, live music by pop-country artist Steven Cade (formerly known as Steven Ybarra), delicious drinks and food, a taco bar, and overall fun, the evening was a cause for celebration. The concert was able to raise nearly $100,000. All proceeds from the concert will go towards helping families in North County San Diego break the cycle of homelessness through Solutions for Change’s life-transforming program. To learn more about Solutions for Change or find out about upcoming events visit www.solutionsforchange.org.

Beach Bocce World Championship The Vigilucci’s Beach Bocce World Championship will take place at Dog Beach in Del Mar on July 14, although dogs are encouraged to be left at home. The tournament will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Carlsbad (BGCC). There will be four divisions — Men’s Open Division, a Men’s Intermediate Division, a Women’s Division, and a Mixed Division — each with approximately 100 teams. Last year, 420 teams played 1,002 games on 83 courts and raised more than $100,000 for the BGCC. While the event is currently sold out, registrations for Sponsor and VIP teams are still available. Those interested in being placed on the wait list for regular registration can email events@bgccarlsbad.org with their name, phone number, and division requested. To learn more about the history of beach bocce and details about the tournament visit www.beachbocce.com.

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Carlsbad Youth Baseball Cultivates Skills, Teamwork, and a Sense of Community photos by Mark Hopkins Photography

Carlsbad Youth Baseball has made its mark in the Carlsbad community and surrounding areas, giving all children a chance to be part of a fun learning environment. Join our conversation with President Jeff Johnson to learn about the dedication, passion, and opportunities this organization provides.

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CARLSBAD YOUTH BASEBALL AT-A-GLANCE: President: Jeff Johnson Years in Position: 2 Address: P.O. Box 4475 Carlsbad, CA 92008 Website: www.CarlsbadYouthBaseball.org Email: webadmin@carlsbadyouthbaseball.org Description: Carlsbad Youth Baseball is a nonprofit organization that serves hundreds of players and their families in Carlsbad and surrounding cities to provide a fun learning experience for all children.

Q&A with

Carlsbad Youth Baseball President Jeff Johnson What is the history behind Carlsbad Youth Baseball (CYB)? When was it first established? Carlsbad Youth Baseball is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization and was established in 1992. As a league, we have grown and become a significant part of this community. The 2018 Spring season just came to an end and we

had over 700 kids signed up to play baseball. Ages range from 4-14, and the following is a breakdown of our divisions: Shetland (ages 4-6), Pinto (ages 7-8), Mustang (ages 9-10), Bronco (ages 11-12), and Pony (ages 13-14). PONY Baseball and Softball is the name of our parent company, which was established in the summer of 1951 in Washington, PA where the headquarters are currently located. The name of our parent company, PONY, stands for “Protect Our Nation’s Youth.” What is CYB’s mission? CYB is a nonprofit organization that serves hundreds of players and their families in Carlsbad and surrounding cities. Our mission is to provide the opportunity for all children, regardless of skill, experience, and financial

status, to have a positive and fun experience learning the fundamentals of baseball, teamwork, and sportsmanship. How does CYB serve the Carlsbad community? CYB serves the community by providing a safe, fun, and educational environment for kids to learn and play the game of baseball. Youth baseball is not only fun for the kids, but it brings the community together. Anytime there are games being played, you can see multiple generations cheering on the players. From siblings to parents and grandparents, everyone enjoys sitting in the bleachers with a hot dog or nachos from the snack bar. A sense of community is definitely created when everyone pulls together to make it a fun experience for the kids. June | July 2018 • 92011 MAGAZINE.COM • 17


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What type of programs does CYB offer? Who can join and what is the registration process like? CYB provides many different ways for our players to develop over the season. A typical season consists of a combination of practices and games that build upon themselves to help players develop over time. In addition to that, we provide extra training clinics for coaches and players to help develop their skills. We also truly appreciate the relationships we have developed with our local high school baseball programs. Many players from the Carlsbad and Sage Creek baseball teams played in CYB when they were younger. A lot of these kids volunteer their time to help our league out with various events throughout the year. Where does CYB play? Carlsbad Youth Baseball plays at many different fields in Carlsbad. Our main location is Chase Field in downtown Carlsbad. We also play games at Poinsettia, Pine, Alga Norte, and Calavera Parks. In addition, some of our younger divisions play at the local elementary and middle school fields. What is your role with CYB? What are some of your duties or responsibilities? My current role with CYB is president. Duties and responsibilities include presiding over all meetings of the league membership and all meetings of the board of directors, being Chief Executive Officer of the league, being a 18 • 92011 MAGAZINE.COM • June | July 2018

member of all standing and special committees, identifying and presenting candidates for chief umpire and division commissioners to the board of directors for approval, maintaining the ability to assign duties not otherwise assigned within the bylaws, managing volunteers, interact with membership, and working with the Parks and Recreation division of the City of Carlsbad. What are the most challenging and most rewarding aspects of your role? The most challenging part of my role is time management. Being president of CYB is as rewarding as it is time consuming. Balancing my role as president, family life, and my “paying” job as a real estate agent can be challenging at times. That being said, I am lucky to have such a great group of volunteers in this organization that all devote countless hours of their time to make things run smoothly. The most rewarding aspect of my role as president is seeing the results of all of our volunteers’ hard work. By that, I mean the happiness on the kids’ faces when they are on the field playing baseball. When one of our players gets their first base hit, or catches a fly ball, you can see a smile from ear to ear. This truly makes all of the hard work worth every bit of the effort. How is CYB maintained and funded? CYB is maintained and funded in many

different ways. There is a registration process where members pay a fee for the season. This helps the league pay expenses, such as: uniforms, insurance, equipment, field lights, field maintenance, etc. We do have a financial assistance program for those that need a little help covering the registration costs. Fundraising and donations from businesses in the community are a big part of our league’s stability. How many people work or volunteer with CYB? Can you tell us more about their roles? CYB relies on volunteers to make everything work. Our organization consists of a board of directors (seven executive members), a director of baseball, five division commissioners, team managers, assistant coaches, team parents, snack bar volunteers, and volunteer parents. The board of directors (executive members) includes the president, VP of operations, VP of administration, secretary, treasurer, player and coach agent, and fundraising agent. What do the players like best about being part of the CYB team? The players in our league enjoy being part of a team. I feel these kids get a great blend of individual achievement as well as being part of a team. We work hard to instill sportsmanship and teamwork while developing individual skill sets for the game of baseball. Hopefully the lessons they learn with our league spill over into other areas of their lives. In addition to


“YOUTH BASEBALL IS NOT ONLY FUN FOR THE KIDS, BUT IT BRINGS THE COMMUNITY TOGETHER.”

developing players, we support a junior umpire program. This is a fantastic opportunity that was put together by our chief umpire for both boys and girls to develop their leadership skills and learn the game from a different perspective. Does CYB need volunteers? How should those interested in volunteering get involved? CYB can always use good volunteers. The strong foundation of our organizations relies on people volunteering their time to the children in this community. Anyone that is interested in a volunteer position or donating community services can go to our website, www.carlsbadyouthbaseball.org and go to the contacts section. There you can email anyone on the board of directors and we will find a spot for them to volunteer or donate. Is there anything else you’d want readers to know? Carlsbad Youth Baseball has been giving back to the community in many different ways. We are honored to have the opportunity to support youth programs with the City of Carlsbad and baseball programs at both Carlsbad and Sage Creek High Schools. Also, in an effort to support the kids off the baseball field, we are proud to announce our first annual Carlsbad Youth Baseball Educational Grant Program. One graduating senior from each high school’s baseball team will be awarded a grant to help with their continuing education after high school is over. We feel this will help enhance our role in this community of Carlsbad and supports what PONY baseball is all about – “Protect Our Nation’s Youth.” ¢

PRESIDENT AT-A-GLANCE: Years in Position: 2 (previously Treasurer for 3 years) Profession: Real Estate Agent Harmony Realty, Inc. & Prestige Manufactured Homes Hobbies & Interests: Spending time with wife Donna and two sons Collin and Reece, playing golf, flying RC planes and drones Favorite Spots in Carlsbad: The Crossings at Carlsbad Golf Course, Ponto Beach, Chase Baseball Fields, The Boardwalk along the ocean.

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OB Juncal Juncal Real Estate

PROFIT FROM AWARD-WINNING SERVICE Marketing and negotiating are what make OB Juncal stand out as one of the top-producing real estate agents in North County San Diego. He is one of the most competent, hardworking, and personable realtors in the area. Having lived in North County since 1986, OB is an expert in local real estate, local schools, and the vibe of each town. A Carlsbad High School graduate with a degree in economics and business management from San Diego State, he strives to make sure each client is completely satisfied. He specializes in North County coastal areas, residential and investment properties, and land development. His intelligence, education about systems and technologies in the industry, and charismatic personality are just a few of his many strengths. OB truly understands a changing market and effectively uses technology to best position properties for his clients. With over 18 years of experience in the industry, he brings a wealth of expertise to serve his clients. OB Juncal was awarded the Five Star Service Award by San Diego Magazine five years in a row in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017, as well as the Union Tribune Real Estate Circle of Excellence Platinum Award in 2018.

Testimonials: “OB has been amazing! He’s knowledgeable and honest about homes, locations, and gives great feedback about quality and condition. He has worked around our busy schedules to show us homes during nights and weekends and on short notice. He’s always available to communicate and responds quickly to calls and emails.” – L. Jonsson “OB is the best! This was our first time selling a home, and he provided the right balance of education and direction to our family. He’s responsive, knows the market, and made the sale of our condo simple and relatively easy. Thank you to OB and the Juncal Real Estate Team!” – Cristina M. “I have dealt with dozens of agents and brokers over the years, and there is no comparison to OB. I felt at times that he was even more careful with our investment than we were. He is extremely knowledgeable about every aspect of real estate that we were required to address, and I would trust him completely (from start to finish) to find a home for one of my children or a very good friend. We have been in this house for a few months, and locals from the area have commented on what a great value and beautiful property this is. I believe that whoever has OB on their side, whether it be an experienced or first-time buyer, is in great hands.” – Anne F.

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Roderick Dargie Realty Executives

With over 13 years of experience, Roderick Dargie knows what it takes to create happy clients. By taking on a lower volume of listings, Roderick believes he is better able to focus on each individual client’s needs and provide a more personal service, which can make the home buying or selling experience more positive, enjoyable, and successful. Specializing in Carlsbad and surrounding cities, Roderick is experienced in all aspects of real estate and takes pride in being involved in every transaction from start to finish. He values honesty, integrity, and customer satisfaction and is available at all times for his clients. A retired police officer from Australia, Roderick has lived in Carlsbad with his wife Kimberly and two sons since 1996. For the past seven years, he has won the Realty Executives 100% Club sales award and in 2014 he won the Realty Executives Diamond Sales Award.

“We loved working with Roderick. He took the time to understand our needs and get to know what was important to us as a family. Roderick showed us several properties until the right one came up, then helped us each step of the way until we closed. If you are looking to buy or sell a property, look no further!” – Nameeta and Sebastian Sandu

Name: Roderick Dargie Company: Realty Executives Phone: 760-420-0696 Web: www.Roderick4RealEstate.com CalBRE #: 01414530

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Jessica Breaux Century 21 United Brokers As a third-generation San Diegan who grew up in North County, Jessica Breaux understands the value of community connections. She’s spent her 13 years in real estate matching clients – many of them referrals – to the perfect homes for their lives, as well as selling their current homes. The foundation of any real estate relationship is trust, and Jessica believes that trust begins with the very first phone call. It’s about honesty, not salesmanship. Buyers and sellers need to know their Realtor® will give them the current market information they need to know, rather than just saying what they want

to hear. Then, once the property is ready to go, Jessica taps in on her extensive marketing experience to follow up and seal the right deal. Every client is different, and Jessica knows how important it is to identify individual needs and create an individual game plan to best fulfill those needs. But no matter the client, her core philosophy of dedication and integrity remains the same. Jessica believes in working hard and smart, using the latest strategies and technologies to get homes for sale in front of the right buyers, and finding buyers their dream homes. It’s about connecting a community, from one home to the next.

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“Jessica sold my house during a very tough market. Not only was she extremely professional and attentive, she sold it for above asking price. I highly recommend her and plan to use her with my next transaction.” – Scott Mojonnier


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YOUNG LEADER Daniel Rubin: Running the School, the Ministry, and Around the Track By BECCA BARR photo by Mark Hopkins Photography

AT-A-GLANCE Name: Daniel Rubin (17) School: Sage Creek High School Grade: 11 Pet: Golden Retriever named Sandy Parents: Scott and Valerie Rubin Siblings: Peter (14), Samuel (11) Favorite Places in 92011: Calavera Hills Preserve and Bobby’s Hideaway Cafe

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s a junior at Carlsbad’s Sage Creek High School, Daniel Rubin has been given many opportunities to shine. “I joined ASB this year where I have put in hours of work to increase spirit at my school. I was the point man behind the planning of two pep rallies, spirit weeks, the Bobsquad cheering section for the fall and winter seasons, and other smaller spirit celebration days. Next year I am running to be ASB president and a part of the class executive board,” said Daniel. He has been able to do this while consistently maintaining A’s, including scoring and performing well in AP classes and tests.

Daniel also loves to run, competing in both cross country and track and field. He started running competitively in sixth grade. “At Sage Creek I was immediately immersed into the varsity cross country program, where we have won CIF for the past three years and gotten top five in the state meet each year. In track, I ran the San Diego section freshman 3200m record of 9:25 and qualified for many elite meets,” related Daniel.

Daniel’s biggest extracurricular activity is Younglife, which is a Christian high school ministry. “As the leader of Younglife on my campus, I invite as many people as possible and aspire to be a role model for what Younglife stands for,” said Daniel. “I have participated in community service by being a volunteer leader at Wyldlife (the middle school branch), serving at Younglife camps, attending National Honor Society events, feeding the homeless with my grandparents, and other little volunteer opportunities with community sporting events.” His father is the area director for Younglife in North County, making the ministry a true family affair. This high-achieving teen has some big aspirations, including a goal of attending Stanford. “Whether I achieve that dream or not, I am excited to go to college and spread my wings to see where my life takes me,” Daniel stated. He also has an ambition to backpack through Yosemite. But above all, Daniel hopes to make a difference in the world. “Most people think of me as that one fast guy, but I care more about the impact I have with leading Younglife,” he shared. “I hope to be remembered as the guy who made a positive impact on the lives of many of my peers at SCHS through relationships and ministry.” ¢

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RECENT SALES ACTIVITY FOR THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF PROPERTIES SOLD WITHIN THE LAST SEVERAL YEARS, VISIT 92011MAGAZINE.COM

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6452 Camino Del Parque

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914 G Caminito Madrigal

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6808 Briarwood

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6907 Pear Tree Drive

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945 Laurelwood Street

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1704 Fairlead Avenue

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6836 Maple Leaf Drive

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1,341

$585,000

6659 Sweetclover Lane

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$599,000

6578 Windflower Drive

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1,443

$611,000

7112 Daffodil Place

959

$613,000

1,428

$625,000

1,438

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1682 Fairlead Avenue

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2,046

$949,000

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$950,000

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1,685

$990,000

7090 Batiquitos Drive

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2,485

$1,002,000

7295 Surfbird Circle

3

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1,845

$1,033,000

$637,500

1736 Cereus Court

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2,092

$1,035,000

1,428

$645,000

1030 Turnstone Road

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2,706

$1,060,000

1,410

$648,000

6789 Frenata Place

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$1,070,000

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1,428

$655,000

6714 Barberry Place

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$1,149,000

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$667,000

884 Piovana Court

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$1,195,000

808 Skysail Avenue

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$684,000

1573 Martingale Court

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2,510

$1,200,000

802 Windward Lane

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1,165

$691,000

7137 Tern Place

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3,278

$1,212,500

809 Sandbar

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1,165

$700,000

991 Turnstone

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3,362

$1,222,000

1674 Fairlead Avenue

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1,959

$710,000

1661 Docena Road

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3,343

$1,230,000

809 Skysail Avenue

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1,165

$710,000

1265 Belleflower Road

5

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3,889

$1,246,000

1106 Dowitcher Court

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1,850

$731,000

620 Sand Shell Avenue

4

3

2,378

$1,275,000

7412 Lantana Terrace

2

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1,180

$735,000

1249 Belleflower Road

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3,317

$1,296,000

6611 Daylily Drive

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2,152

$755,000

7126 Leeward Street

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2,142

$1,325,000

7020 Ivy Street

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1,634

$789,999

1020 Bewicks Court

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$1,375,000

6842 Watercourse Drive

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$800,000

7042 Heron Circle

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$1,387,000

6737 Oleander Way

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1,384

$800,000

1358 Cassins Street

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3,082

$1,399,000

7172 Pintail Drive

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2,323

$825,000

986 Merganser Lane

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4,288

$1,425,000

911 Marguerite Lane

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2,104

$860,000

7414 Pelican Street

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4

3,011

$1,550,000

1101 Scrub Jay Court

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2,077

$875,000

7305 Melodia Terrace

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2,642

$1,584,025

1465 Turquoise Drive

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3

2,570

$887,500

7241 Sanderling Court

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3,515

$1,600,000

1739 Geranium Street

3

3

1,892

$900,000

7079 Heron Circle

4

4

3,708

$1,750,000

1456 Saphire Drive

4

3

2,336

$930,000

(complete list of homes sold in 92011 at www.92011magazine.com)

Information is compiled from a variety of databases and published by Susco Media Inc. for entertainment purposes only. Reproduction is strictly prohibited. Sales statistics are not affiliated with or provided by any participating advertiser or real estate professional contained in this publication. Properties contained in this list and online were sold by a variety of real estate brokers. Information considered reliable, but not guaranteed. Please check with a licensed real estate professional for more information. Not all sales are listed.

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ne of San Diego's most beloved traditions has returned. The San Diego County Fair – whose theme this year is How Sweet It Is! – was first established in 1880 and arrived at its current home, the Del Mar Fairgrounds, in 1936. The fair has undergone a number of name changes over the past 138 years, and though the name was changed back to the original San Diego County Fair in 2002, many locals still know it as the Del Mar Fair. The fair offers a wide range of attractions and events, from famously adventurous fair food to dizzying carnival rides. Community members of all ages have the opportunity to showcase their talents as well, with competitions and exhibitions for collections, crafts, wine and beer, fine art, fashion, floral design, and of course, livestock of all shapes and sizes. Summer concerts are another popular draw, and this year includes a variety of artists from Little Big Town to Kansas and more. The fair will run June 1 through July 4, and is closed Mondays and Tuesdays in June. Hours vary from day to day, so check times and find out about more special events at www.sdfair.com. ¢

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GEORGINA COLE LIBRARY 1250 CARLSBAD VILLAGE DR. CARLSBAD, CA 92008 760-434-2870

CARLSBAD CITY LIBRARY LEARNING CENTER 3368 EUREKA PL. CARLSBAD, CA 92008 760-931-4500

Events are free, unless otherwise noted. Visit www.carlsbadlibrary.org for program updates.

CULTURAL ARTS PROGRAMS

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PROM DRESS: SEVENTEEN ON BEING 17 Until June 17 Seventeen female artists evoke and interpret being 17 years old through the great American Prom. In their work, the artists explore this girlhood rite of passage and all its uncertainty, excitement, doubt and hype. JANELL CANNON: STELLALUNA July 1 to Aug. 19 Janell Cannon’s picture books have won many awards and are treasured around the world. One of her most beloved books is Stellaluna, the tender story of a lost young bat who finally finds her way safely home. This exhibition celebrates the 25th anniversary of Stellaluna and will present all of Janell’s original artwork created for the book. TGIF CONCERTS IN THE PARKS For over 30 years, the City of Carlsbad has presented live music throughout the city. This year, nine concerts will be presented in four beautiful parks in Carlsbad. STAGECOACH COMMUNITY PARK June 22, 29, and July 6 POINSETTIA COMMUNITY PARK July 13 and 20 CALAVERA HILLS COMMUNITY PARK July 27 and Aug. 3 ALGA NORTE COMMUNITY PARK Aug. 10 and 17

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CONCERTS TAVO & EL MARIACHI 3.0 Tuesday, June 19, 6:30 p.m. Library Learning Center BAYOU BROTHERS Sunday, July 22, 2 p.m. GEORGINA COLE LIBRARY Community Room

CHILDREN & TEENS Visit www.carlsbadlibrary.org for a full list of programs and special events including story times, movie nights and more.

EXPLORATION HUB Spend some time with the latest technology including 3D printing, digital crafting and gadgets galore. Free classes and demos are offered in the Exploration HUB at Carlsbad City Library. For information call 760-602-2038.

AUTHOR TALKS ANNABELLE GURWITCH Saturday, June, 2 p.m. CARLSBAD CITY LIBRARY Ruby G. Schulman Auditorium SANDRA BONURA Saturday, July 21, 2 p.m. CARLSBAD CITY LIBRARY Ruby G. Schulman Auditorium

ADULT BOOK CLUBS CARLSBAD CITY LIBRARY FIRST WEDNESDAY BOOK CLUB First Wednesday of every month at 2 p.m. MONDAY NIGHT CLASSICS BOOK CLUB Fourth Monday night of every month at 7 p.m. GEORGINA COLE LIBRARY TUESDAY EVENING BOOK CLUB First Tuesday night of every month at 7 p.m. THURSDAY AFTERNOON BOOK CLUB Second Thursday of every month at 2 p.m. For locations and book selections, go to www.carlsbadlibrary.org

FOR ALL AGES SUMMER READING PROGRAM June 18 through Aug. 5 The 2018 Summer Reading Program begins on June 18 and runs through Aug. 5. The program features activities, reading incentives and entertainment for babies, kids, teens and adults. More info at sra.carlsbadlibrary.org.

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Many of the Library & Cultural Arts programs, events and exhibits are supported by the Carlsbad Library and Arts Foundation’s Robert H. Gartner Cultural Endowment Fund, the Carlsbad Friends of the Arts and Friends of the Carlsbad Library.


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