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The Big 4-0
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or as long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be older. When I was a child, I wanted to be a teenager. When I was a teenager, I wanted to be an adult. In college, I couldn’t wait to start my career. At nineteen, like most people, I just wanted to reach the legal drinking age. As each year passed, I felt like I was inching closer and closer to something – perhaps some type of goal or milestone? After all, these markers tend to be big deals in all of our lives. We often see them as the ‘end’ of distinct categories. The end of our teenage years... The end of high school... The end of college... The end of our twenties... I’ll take it even further. Have I simply been on course to reach middle age? Goodness, did I really just say that? After spending a few minutes on Google, I’ve concluded that most people classify middle age as 45 to 65 years of age. Apparently this is a relatively new frame of mind because until recently, it was generally thought that 40 to 60 years made up the bracket’s classification. I assume that it wouldn’t be difficult to figure out what age group initiated the sudden five year shift. Turning the big 4-0 was actually a pretty cool experience. My adorable wife worked hard to put together an incredible 40th birthday party. I was humbled by the whole experience – surrounded by dear friends, family members, acquaintances and colleagues spanning multiple decades of memories. The most common question that people have been asking me is how it felt turning 40. The honest truth is that it’s great. For the first time that I can remember, I feel like I am actually at the beginning of something. I’m motivated and inspired. I’m right where I want to be – at the exact age that I want to be at. Truth be told, throughout my thirties I often thought of reaching forty. I’m there and it’s going to be a fantastic decade! I’m no longer looking too far into the future. In fact, I’m doing just the opposite. Spending time with my family and enjoying watching my kids grow into their pre-teen years and young adulthood is an amazing thing. If only there was a way that I could convince them that there is no rush to get older and move into the next category of their lives – but that’s a topic for a different publisher’s note. Oh, and by the way, I subscribe to the new way of thinking – the one that says middle age is classified as 45 to 65 years old. A special thank you to Google for clarifying that and giving me a five year cushion.
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APRIL FOOLS’ DAY
YESTERDAY & TODAY: BEATLES JUKEBOX Rock to the music of The Beatles in an all new interactive concert experience 8 p.m. | Poway Center for the Performing Arts www.powayarts.org
APRIL 5; MAY 3
BOARDWALK CRAFT MARKET 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. | Old Poway Park www.poway.org/oldpowaypark
SPRING FAMILY FESTIVAL 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Midland Road (between Poway Road and Hilleary Place) www.poway.com/spring-family-festival
APRIL 7 – 11
PUSD SPRING BREAK
APRIL 7; MAY 26 ART IN THE PARK
10 a.m. – 12 p.m. | Poway Community Park www.poway.org
APRIL 10 – 12
ST. MICHAEL’S SCHOOL PRESENTS BYE BYE BIRDIE Showtimes April 10, 11: 7 p.m. | April 12: 2 p.m., 7 p.m. Holy Family Center in St. Michael’s Church Purchase tickets at www.showtix4u.com, search for St. Michael’s School
36TH ANNUAL STANDARD FLOWER SHOW 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. | Old Poway Park www.poway.org
WINGS OVER BLUE SKY Learn about the history of local birds 8:30 – 11 a.m. | Blue Sky Ecological Reserve www.poway.org/bluesky
EARLY REGISTRATION FOR LAKE POWAY DAY CAMP Begins at 7:30 a.m.; For children age 6 to 12 Contact the Day Camp at 858-668-4776 www.poway.org/daycamp
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BALLET PRESENTS THROUGH THE AGES
POWAY KIWANIS FUNDRAISING DINNER
TWIN PEAKS MIDDLE SCHOOL 5TH ANNUAL TASTE OF POWAY
EASTER EGG HUNT 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. | Poway Community Park www.poway.org
52ND ANNUAL MISS POWAY AND MISS TEEN POWAY PAGEANT 4 p.m. | Poway Center for the Performing Arts www.misspoway.com
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6:30 – 10 p.m. | Bernardo Heights Country Club www.twinpeaksfoundation.org
MAY 17 – 18
20TH ANNUAL COMMUNITY BAND FESTIVAL
APRIL 26 – 27; MAY 17 – 18
10 a.m. – 8 p.m. | Old Poway Park www.pomeradoband.org
ADVENTURE SERIES FAMILY CAMPOUT Campout includes camping for four, a campfire, hot chocolate, and coffee in the morning 5 p.m. – 9 a.m. | Lake Poway For more information call 858-668-4770 www.poway.org
MAY 29 – 30
POWAY HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR PRESENTS BROADWAY TODAY!
Music will include medleys from Wicked, Hairspray, Mama Mia, Spamalot, Lion King, and Frozen 7 p.m. | Poway Center for the Performing Arts www.powaychoir.org
MUSIC UNDER THE STARS Outdoor concert with PHS symphonic band, concert band and wind ensemble Bring a lawn chair and picnic basket 6 – 7:30 p.m. | Poway High School N-Quad www.powayusd.com/pusdphs
MIDLAND ELEMENTARY SPRING CARNIVAL 4 p.m. | Midland Elementary School www.powayusd.com/pusdmies
Hosted by The North Coast Unit of Rady Children’s Hospital Auxiliary 5 – 8 p.m. | The Belly Up, Solana Beach www.radysncu.com
Exciting jazz and classical music used in movies and selections from film soundtracks 8 p.m. | Poway Center for Performing Arts www.powayarts.org
RADY CHILDREN’S DATE NIGHT FOR A CAUSE
8TH ANNUAL CINCO DE MAYO TRAIL RUN 10K Begins: 7:30 a.m. 5K Begins: 8:30 a.m. Kids Race Begins: 9:30 a.m. www.cincodemayotrailrun.org
4TH ANNUAL HIGH TEA & FASHION SHOW
Call 858-513-4737 for reservations and details Sunset | Sycamore Canyon Goodan Ranch Preserve www.sdparks.org
Theme is Oh, the Places You’ll Go! by Dr. Seuss All proceeds benefit Kiwanis Club of Poway Foundation’s scholarship fund 6 – 10 p.m. | St. Gabriel’s Church in Poway www.powaykiwanis.org
Featuring Pas de Quatre 1845, On the Beach at Del 1910 Ticket Prices: $18, $26, and $35 4 p.m. | Poway Center for the Performing Arts www.socalballet.org
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. www.poway.com
$5 per box of shredables 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. | Poway High School – North parking lot Contact Pilar Gross for questions at email@example.com or 858-776-9388
9 – 11 a.m. | Sycamore Canyon Goodan Ranch Preserve Call 858-513-4737 for reservations and details www.sdparks.org
APRIL 18; MAY 16
SHRED-A-THON FUNDRAISER FOR PHS GRAD NITE
POWAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERSHIP ORIENTATION
Hosted by Soroptimist Clubs of Poway and Ranch Bernardo Social Hour: 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. | Event: 12 – 3 p.m. Rancho Bernardo Inn www.highteafashionshow.org
CINCO DE MAYO
MAY 9 – JUNE 8
POWPAC COMMUNITY THEATRE PRESENTS THE CLEAN HOUSE Showtimes: Fridays, Saturdays: 8 p.m. | Sunday: 2 p.m. Tickets on sale now For reservations, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
PRESIDIO BRASS: SOUNDS OF CINEMA
THURSDAY BUSINESS 2 BUSINESS CONNECTIONS 7 – 8:30 a.m. | The Beach Grass Cafe www.poway.com
2ND THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH
DIAMOND GATEWAY WOMEN’S ORGANIZATION 7 p.m. | Mt. Carmel Church of the Nazarene 858-538-8842
POWAY FARMERS MARKET 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. | Midland Road www.poway.org
1ST SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH POWAY BOARDWALK CRAFT MARKET For further information call 858-486-3497 www.poway.org/oldpowaypark
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:::: SPORTS REGISTRATION & ANNOUNCEMENTS BASEBALL POWAY AMERICAN LITTLE LEAGUE LAST GAMES Majors: May 21 Minor A: May 17 Minor B: May 22 www.eteamz.com/pallbaseball
POWAY NATIONAL LITTLE LEAGUE LAST GAMES May 17 www.pnll.org
BIKING TOUR DE POWAY 2014 REGISTRATION OPEN Event is on Sept. 28, 2014; register now www.tourdepoway.com/registration.html
EXTREME SPORTS FREE SUPERVISED BIKE AND SKATE SESSIONS Bike: Every Wednesday from 4 – 8 p.m. Skate: Every Friday from 6 – 8 p.m. Poway Skateboard Park www.poway.org
LACROSSE POWAY YOUTH LACROSSE Season ends May 30 Visit www.powayyouthlacrosse.com and click on “Registration” to begin
MULTI-SPORT MASTER YOUR SPORTS Xtreme dodgeball, flag football, basketball, baseball, volleyball, multi and junior sports www.masteryoursports.com (dates & events subject to change)
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POP WARNER POWAY POP WARNER REGISTRATION DATES April 13, 27 Pomerado Elementary School, Multipurpose Room 12:30 – 3:30 p.m.
April 13, 20 See website for time | Aubrey Park www.pgsl.org
May 18 Midland Elementary School, Multipurpose Room 1:30 – 4:30 p.m. www.ppwfootball.org
POWAY GIRLS SOFTBALL LEAGUE SPRING SEASON Season Ends April 26 www.pgsl.org
SOCCER NORTH COUNTY SOCCER PARK Indoor soccer leagues always starting for all ages www.ncspsoccer.com
POWAY VAQUEROS TRYOUTS – GIRLS April 14, 16 U15, U16, U17, U18: 4:30 – 6 p.m. Arbolitos Sports Park www.powayyouthsoccer.com
POWAY VAQUEROS TRYOUTS – BOYS April 15, 17 U15, U16: 4:30 – 6 p.m. U17, U18, U19: 6 – 7 p.m Arbolitos Sports Park www.powayyouthsoccer.com
SOFTBALL POWAY GIRLS SOFTBALL LEAGUE – PLAYER CLINIC
POWAY GIRLS SOFTBALL LEAGUE ALL STAR TRYOUTS May 1 – 2 See website for time | Aubrey Park www.pgsl.org
SWIMMING POWAY SWIM CENTER – SPRING HOURS March 31 – June 15 Open Swim/Lap Swim: Mon./Wed./Fri.: 10:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Tues./Thurs.: 8 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Sat./Sun.: 1 – 5 p.m. Family Swim: Sat./Sun.: 10:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Have a sporting event? Log on to www.92064magazine.com to submit it!
Mar 14 – Apr 13, 2014 Fri & Sat 8 pm Sun 2 pm
May 9 – Jun 8, 2014
Fri & Sat 8 pm Sun 2 pm
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Mar 30, 2014 | 7 pm
by MICHAEL HOLLINGER
A PowPAC Special Event! Jun 1 & 2, 2014 | 7 pm
A MUSICAL FEAST – a fun-ﬁlled romp for the entire family – Proceeds to beneﬁt PowPAC, Poway’s Community Theatre
3/3/14 10:02 PM
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Ingrid Mourey and Her Herd of Volunteers Are Changing Lives, One Ride at a Time by LIZ ONUFER | photos by Zeena Gregg Photography
Name: Community: Affiliation: Profession: Family: Hobbies:
Ingrid Mourey Poway PoVa Therapeutic Riding Center Executive Director – PoVa Therapeutic Riding Center Married to Ron for 25 years. Three children: Ryan (23), Alyssa (21) and Erich (18) PoVa!, travel, horses, dogs, long walks, reading a good book
Poway Valley Therapeutic Riding Center Our mission is to provide equine assisted activities and therapies to children and adults with physical, cognitive and/ or emotional disabilities. We strive to enhance the lives of our riders, their families and volunteers in a safe, equestrian oriented environment. www.povatrc.org
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he relationship between horse and man has long been a vital one. This continues to hold true today at Poway Valley Therapeutic Riding (PoVa). With the help of the horses and volunteers, Ingrid Mourey oversees the program that changes lives for everyone involved. Children and adults with a wide range of disabilities come from around the county each week for their riding lessons at PoVa, located at Creek Road Ranch. These equestrians work on skills most people take for granted, such as grasping to hold the reins, communicating to tell the horse "whoa," or balancing to adjust to the horse’s stride. Students take even greater strides as a result of their riding lessons; the physical and cognitive skills improve daily life for the riders and their families. “We strive to enhance the lives of our riders, their families, and volunteers in a safe, equestrian-oriented environment,” explained Ingrid. PoVa was founded by Ingrid, who now serves as the Executive Director, after working at a therapeutic program in Fallbrook. She saw the need in 92064 and, with the prompting of a few friends, formed a board and began offering lessons in May 2011. “With the assistance of key staff, volunteers and donors, we have grown tremendously and are now teaching over 3,000 lessons per year,” Ingrid said. As a nonprofit organization, the PoVa Club, the monthly giving program, provides support on an ongoing basis to offer lessons at a subsidized rate. In the fall, the Jack-O-Smash 5000 Fall Festival is a major fundraiser. Scheduled for Nov. 2, 2014, the event includes a 5K run, 1K run/walk, a wheelchair race and family activities. In addition to the financial contributions, PoVa is in great need of volunteers with horse experience. When she isn’t horsing around at PoVa with her volunteers and the students, Ingrid loves spending time with her husband Ron. They can be found kayaking at Lake Miramar, hiking around Lake Poway, or playing with their three dogs at the dog park. Ingrid and Ron, married for twenty-five years and residents of Poway since 1994, have three grown children, Ryan (23), Alyssa (21), and Erich (18). “We endeavor to change the lives of our students one ride at a time,” Ingrid shared. With their volunteer crew putting in over 200 hours of service per week and a barn full of amazing horses, PoVa continues to serve the therapeutic needs of the community. ¢
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alboa Park came alive on March 1, as participants in the Finish Chelsea’s Run lined up at the starting line to prepare for a 5K run/walk in honor of Chelsea King. The event was hosted by the Chelsea’s Light Foundation, in partnership with Girl Scouts San Diego, who worked together to keep Chelsea’s memory shining bright. Hundreds of participants were in attendance, with some carrying Chelsea’s favorite blossom, the sunflower. The winning runners were Joaquin Martinez de Pinillos for the men, and Angela Ortlieb for the women. The Chelsea’s Light Foundation enriches the community through their Changemakers and Sunflower Scholarship Program. For more information on the Foundation visit www.chelseaslight.org. ¢
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JUST DANCE HALEY ANDRANOVICH PURSUES HER DREAMS IN 92064 by JENNIFER FRAKES photos by Zeena Gregg Photography
ancing is more than a hobby for Haley Andranovich – it is her passion. “I’ve been dancing since I was 5 years old – I started at Jean Hart Academy of Dance in Poway – and over the years I’ve fallen more and more in love with it,” revealed Haley, a senior at Poway High School and a member of the dance team. Haley is an accomplished dancer and has won numerous awards at local, state and national competitions. She was recently crowned Miss Dance Drill Team California 2014 and will compete this month in the Miss Dance Drill Team USA Pageant. “I still get really excited when I look over and see my tiara and sash in the corner of my room. It’s still a bit surreal that I’m Miss Dance Drill Team California 2014,” said Haley.
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“I’VE BEEN DANCING SINCE I WAS FIVE YEARS OLD – I STARTED AT JEAN HART ACADEMY OF DANCE IN POWAY – AND OVER THE YEARS I’VE FALLEN MORE AND MORE IN LOVE WITH IT.”
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To prepare for the Miss Dance Drill Team USA Pageant, Haley is working closely with her dance team turned pageant coach, Raul Gomez, to perfect her solo routine and modeling. She and Raul are also dedicating time to preparing for questions that may be asked during the interview portion of the pageant. Haley cites Raul as not only her coach, but also as her biggest dance inspiration. “Raul pushes me every single day to be the very best dancer I can be. He always reminds me to dance from within, and every time I get on stage, that’s what I do,” explained Haley. She is also inspired by her teammates, talented girls she feels blessed to have had the opportunity to dance with over the years. When Haley isn’t dancing, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family. She has a brother, Alex, who is a freshman at Poway High, and a 110-pound dog named Zeus, who according to Haley, is like a second sibling. When it comes to school, Haley’s favorite subject is math. “I enjoy critical thinking and problem solving, and that is what math is all about,” stated Haley. These skills will certainly come in handy for Haley as she pursues her next endeavors which include college, law school and a judgeship. “I would love to be a Supreme Court Justice one day,” related Haley. And although Haley knows she will certainly miss her friends and family as she heads to college in the fall, she is excited to take the next step in making her dreams come true. ¢
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Chef’s Name: Karina Gonzales Family Members: Husband – Carlos; Son – Gael (10); Daughters – Ezrah (8) and Imani (3) Community of Residence: 92064 Hobbies/ Interests: Painting, cooking Favorite Local Activity: My favorite local activity would have to be taking evening walks at Old Poway Park and hiking to Potato Chip Rock. About the Recipe: I chose this recipe because it’s a light fresh meal with few calories. The flavor is phenomenal, and my family and I really enjoy this. We love eating this meal on warm days. About the Chef: I am happily married and a mother to three gorgeous kids. I own an events company by the name of Fairytale Delight Events. I work from home and I get to spend quality time with my family. I love my life and wouldn’t trade it for the world. ¢
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Opening Day photos provided by Steve Bernsen (PALL) and PNLL
oway American Little League (PALL) and Poway National Little League (PNLL) opened the season this past March with both leagues featuring a parade of teams and a pancake breakfast. Jessica Northrup, Communications Chair for PNLL, said, “We had a great turn out and the weather was perfect. The players were all smiles.” Randy Bithell, Director of Schedules for PALL, summed up the baseball fever: “The volunteers that make it happen have been out in record numbers. From board members, to volunteer umpires, to snack shack volunteers, they all make it a wonderful environment for the kids to have fun playing baseball.” Find out more about the Poway Little Leagues at www.eteamz.com/powaynll and www.pallbaseball.org. ¢
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The Montgomery Family is Actively Involved in their Community by LINDA FRABL | photos by Zeena Gregg Photography
Parents: Tim Montgomery (Father); Ellen Montgomery (Mother); Janet Belesky (Grandma) Children: Timell (15) 9th grade at Mt. Carmel High School Mylen (13) 8th grade at Meadowbrook Middle School Sky (12) 6th grade at Meadowbrook Middle School Community: Poway Estates since 1996 Hometown: Tim – Banning, CA; Ellen – Erlanger, KY; Janet – Detroit, MI Profession: Tim – Lab Supervisor, Defense Electronics; Ellen – Executive Assistant; Janet – Cook and Chauffeur Pets: No pets, but the girls are professional pet sitters
he Montgomerys have called Poway home since 1996. The household now consists of parents Tim and Ellen, three daughters (Timmell, 15, Mylen, 13, and Sky, 12) and Ellen’s mom (Janet). “The schools were our primary reason to locate in Poway,” Ellen recalled. Grateful for her daughters’ great education, Ellen eagerly volunteers for the Poway schools. She has
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served on Valley Elementary’s PTA Board, and assists with fundraisers for both Mt. Carmel High School and Meadowbrook Middle School. Ellen and her family are also involved in College Bound San Diego. It’s an African American-focused community-based organization that strives for 100% of the enrolled children to achieve all of their
requirements to graduate high school, and attend the four-year college of their choice. Ellen elaborated, “Through this group, children are held accountable to their selves, their families and their community. They are encouraged and mentored to be public speakers and leaders in their schools and communities, and they’re required to perform community service.”
As for Tim’s volunteering stints, he has coached his daughters in basketball, soccer and softball. He also plays basketball in the Poway Men’s three-on-three league, and shoots hoops at the Meadowbrook rec gym. Tim joked, “That’s how I escape a house full of women!” The Montgomery women are rarely at their house, however, as all three daughters have their own various pursuits. Timmell, who played JV volleyball at Mt. Carmel, will be trying out for the softball team. Mylen plays the piano, and Sky not only plays the trumpet and the piano, but is also a soccer fanatic. Tim revealed, “Being that we are very active in the activities that Poway offers, it seems that no matter where we “It is now a game to go in San Diego, we always cross paths with someone we know.” see how soon and Ellen added, “It is now a game how many people we to see how soon and how many know when we are people we know when we are away from Poway.” away from Poway.” Though Tim is a native –Ellen Montgomery Southern Californian, Ellen hails from Kentucky. After serving in the army, she moved to San Diego and met Tim while working at Cobham Defense Electronics (after twentysix years, Tim still works there). Ellen is now an executive assistant at Sequenom. In their free time, the Montgomerys love traveling, and have been to Idaho, Texas and Washington, D.C. In the future they’d like to visit Florida, and explore the country’s National Parks (maybe they’ll encounter more Poway neighbors on these trips!). ¢
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Conserve, Conserve, Conserve! By SUPERVISOR DAVE ROBERTS
vote by the San Diego County Water Authority’s Board of Directors in February was unanimous and the message was clear: conserve, conserve, conserve. Drought conditions in parts of California are as bad as they have been in a century. As the county’s representative to the Water Authority, I joined my colleagues from twenty-four member agencies in support of furthering conservation. The directors’ vote initiated the agency’s Water Shortage and Drought Response Plan to conserve as much stored water as possible so it can be made available where it is needed most. Last activated in 2007, the plan is designed to preserve the water held in storage and to minimize the impacts of supply challenges. The board also approved alerting all of its member agencies that the region is at Level 1 Drought Watch. That means that water district officials must identify specific actions necessary for their communities, such as repairing leaks quickly, limiting irrigation to the evening and early-morning hours and expanding use of recycled and non-potable water. As we lay plans to conserve, we can feel good about our track
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record. San Diego County has reduced its water consumption by 27% since 2007, even though our population has increased. The Water Authority, to its credit, has greatly expanded the county’s storage capacity and has made capital investments and negotiated agreements to diversify the sources of our water portfolio. Since January, when I took over as the county’s water board representative, I have toured the Colorado River Aqueduct and the Sacramento/San Joaquin Bay Delta. Those trips drove home an important point: that most of the water we consume travels great distances, and at great cost, to reach us. And when water flows from our faucets, it’s no accident. To maintain our quality of life for our homes, businesses and farms, we must continue to diversify our supplies and to expand water recycling and reuse. And of course, conservation is key. To learn more about how to conserve water visit the Water Authority’s website at www.sdcwa.org. ¢ Dave Roberts represents the Third District on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.
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he Poway Girls Softball League (PGSL) opened its forty-seventh season in February at Aubrey Park in Poway. With nearly 300 players and twenty-four teams, it was a festive day filled with family-oriented activities and fun softball games. “It’s great to see so many girls enjoy the game of softball. No matter a player’s skill level, PGSL offers an opportunity for them to play a sport that encourages them to play hard, dream big, and have fun,” said Dulce Dorado, Publicity and Yearbook Chair for the PGSL Board. The opening day ceremony also honored their partnerships with the local community, the Poway Mayor and councilmembers, and their dedicated corps of local and parent volunteers. Dulce added, “Their support is a major reason for PGSL’s continued success throughout the years.” ¢
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SOROPTIMIST CLUB’S HIGH TEA AND FASHION SHOW
he Hats on for High Tea and Fashion Show, sponsored jointly by the Soroptimist International Clubs of Poway and Rancho Bernardo, is scheduled for May 4 at the Rancho Bernardo Inn. Dress to impress and bring your best cocktail hat. Tea will be served with delightful snacks, vendors will be selling cute accessories, and a fashion show for entertainment. The Master of Ceremonies is Carol LeBeau, long-time Channel 10News anchor and the guest speaker is Bonnie Dumanis, San Diego County District Attorney, who is one of San Diego’s innovative and respected law enforcement leaders. Fashion will be provided by White House/Black Market. Register for the event at www.highteafashionshow.org Money raised will help fund the seventeen-year-old Transitional Housing Program, as well as other programs that the Soroptimists support that help women and girls in the community and world-wide. Transitional housing is provided for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence. The Soroptimist International Clubs of Poway and Rancho Bernardo have been collaborating together on this eighteen month program that moves families from dependency and abuse to a safe, self-sustaining lifestyle. They provide furnished housing, financial help, and mentoring. Members of Soroptimist International Club have an opportunity to mentor the individuals in the program. After the program, the family takes everything in the apartment with them to help start their new life.
According to their website, “Soroptimist International of Rancho Bernardo’s projects are aimed at improving the lives of women and girls in their community and throughout the world. They are passionate about these projects and work hard to make them successful for everyone that is involved.” The Soroptimist Club of Poway meet each month at the Broken Yolk Cafe on Carmel Mountain Rd. The Soroptimist International of Rancho Bernardo also meet each and patronize local Rancho Bernardo restaurants for their lunch meetings. Check out their websites at www.sipoway.org or www.soroptimistrb.org for more information. ¢
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:::: COMMUNITY STUFF Boardwalk Craft Market Turns 22
The Poway Arts & Crafts Guild’s Boardwalk Craft Market is celebrating twenty-two years of success in Old Poway Park. The market continues on the first Saturdays of the month in April and May. From June onward, the market expands to the first and third Saturday and starting September, expands further to every Saturday until Christmas. Visitors to the Boardwalk Craft Market will find artists and craftsmen showing work in wood, metal, glass, clay, fabric, soap making, and more. Demonstrations will also be available including spinning, metalworking, beading, and wood turning. The market runs from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information call 858-486-3497 or visit www.poway.org/oldpowaypark and click on Craft Market.
Bye Bye Birdie at St. Michael’s
St. Michael’s School in 92064 presents their annual Spring production – Bye Bye Birdie. Bye Bye Birdie is the story of Conrad Birdie, a 1950s rock ‘n’ roll superstar who gets drafted into the Army. Conrad agrees to do a last performance and deliver a farewell kiss on the Ed Sullivan Show to one lucky girl before leaving. That lucky girl is Kim MacAfee, and Cast members (from left to right): Elijah Cazares her small town turns upside as Conrad Birdie, Kyra Davis as Kim MacAfee, down as antics ensue. Katia Martinez as Mae Peterson, Nicholas Basinet Performances are April as Albert, and Francesca Orona as Rosie. 10 and 11 at 7 p.m., and April 12 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., at the Holy Family Center in St. Michael’s Church. Tickets can be puchased at www.showtix4u.com by searching for St. Michael’s School.
8th Annual Cinco de Mayo Trail Run
The Valley Elementary Educational Foundation is holding their 8th Annual Cinco de Mayo Trail Run on May 3, from 7:30 to 11 a.m at Lake Poway. Since 2007, this race has grown from a community event to now over 1,000 participants with each passing year. This is the Foundation’s largest fundraiser of the year, with proceeds going to enhance technology in the school. The 5K and 10K offer challenging and unique courses on Lake Poway Trail through the foothills near Blue Sky Ecological Reserve. Race times are 7:30 a.m. for the 10K, 8:30 a.m. for the 5K, and 9:30 a.m. for the Kathy Young Memorial Kids Race, for kids ages 7 and under. Find out more information and register at www.cincodemayotrailrun.org.
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New Developments for PHS
Poway High School (PHS) stadium will be undergoing renovations this year. The school’s process for a new stadium began in September and is currently pursuing a bid to finance the construction. The new stadium will aim to fit from 5,000 to 6,000 people. The Poway Unified School District (PUSD) will be upgrading the wooden bleachers to aluminum ones. A joint venture between PUSD and the City of Poway has been formed to add new turf for the field, with construction beginning in June and finished by fall. This April, the track will be repainted as well. “We want to provide a better public venue for events, both athletics and performing arts, and update Poway High School’s image,” said PHS Athletic Director Damian Gonzalez.
PVGC Hosts 36th Standard Flower Show
The Poway Valley Garden Club will host its 36th Standard Flower Show on April 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Old Poway Park. This year’s theme is The Wild, Wild West, reﬂecting life in Poway in the early 20th century. Gardeners will have the opportunity to show off their talents and compete for placement in their categories, and the show is free to the public to view. The horticultural categories include roses, irises, annuals, trees and shrubs, succulents, vegetables, fruits and more. Also included are ﬂoral designs, from miniature to traditional arrangements, place settings and still life. For more information about the Flower Show visit www.powayvalleygardenclub.org or contact Emily at 858-748-1025 or Adele at 858-673-8728.
Come on Down to the Spring Family Festival On April 6, the Poway Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Spring Family Festival will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Midland Road between Poway Road and Hilleary Place. Two stages for entertainment will feature live music, a magic show, Dr. Zoolittle from San Diego Zoo, martial arts demonstrations and a car show. Kids can enjoy an art mural, face painting, games and pony rides. A variety of vendors will be cooking up a storm, from dim sum to BBQ, burgers, hot dogs, specialty popcorn, Italian ice and more. The Chamber is excited to announce performers Fusion Beat and Nathan James, and back by popular demand is the Navy Band Southwest Destroyers. Over 100 craft and corporate vendors will offer a range of jewelry, clothing, wood working items and more.
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92064 Writer Releases New Novel
Poway author Susan Meissner has released a new book, A Fall of Marigolds, and celebrates her success as her novel was published under Penguin Group. “The move to the general market place and to Penguin seemed like a great way for me to connect with more readers,” said Susan. “It was almost as if a place in the general marketplace at Penguin was waiting for me and I just needed to step out – before I knew it was there – and make a leap for it.” A Fall of Marigolds meshes Susan’s love for history and characters in the face of adversity. “I’ve long been a history junkie, especially with regard to historical events that involve ordinary people facing extraordinary circumstances,” said Susan. Find out more about Susan and her novels at www.susanmeissner.com.
Team Sparks Takes on Lego League
Team Sparks, third graders from Chaparral Elementary and Westwood Elementary, demonstrated their talents at the Jr. First Lego League Expo. This year’s theme was to learn and build a model about a natural disaster, and the team chose to research about tornadoes, and built a tornado warning system entirely from Legos, complete with a motorized windmill. The team is sponsored by Rockwell Collins.
New Board Members for PUSD Foundation
The Poway Unified School District Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of two new members to its Board of Directors: LaDonna Bond and Jeff Mangum. LaDonna Bond is the regional planning and marketing manager of GEICO. She is headquartered in the company’s San Diego, CA regional center and celebrates twenty years with the company. Jeff Mangum is the president of Mangum & Britt, APC. As an attorney specializing in family law and mediation, Jeff is an experienced litigator with broad, diverse legal skills. He was a member of the City of Poway Budget Review Committee, and served on the Poway Unified School District Board of Education for sixteen years.
PHS Choir’s Broadway Concert
On May 29 and 30, the Poway High School Choir will present their annual spring concert. This year’s show is titled Broadway Today, and will feature musical medleys from the following Broadway shows: Wicked, Hairspray, Mamma Mia, Spamalot, The Lion King and Frozen. Grab the family and head to the Poway Center for the Performing Arts at 7 p.m. for a sing-along night of fun! For more information about the choir visit www.powaychoir.org.
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KirE Builders, Inc. and SolarCity (Nasdaq: SCTY) have partnered to offer solar power for all new homes in their Black Canyon Estates community, open now, and Vista Sereno Estates, opening summer 2014. This partnership makes it possible for homebuyers to pay less for solar electricity than they pay for utility bills. Solar will come standard on Black Canyon Estates homes in Ramona, nestled in the foothills above San Diego, and as an option in Vista Sereno Estates, close to the downtown core in Lemon Grove. “At KirE Builders, we have a twist on the American dream – to own a home with clean, affordable solar power,” said Josh Santa, President of KirE Builders. The model home is located at 23041 Stokes Rd. in Ramona, CA. For additional details contact Lindsay Santa at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619-540-1631.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution to encourage local spending, as part of the Think Local First campaign by the San Diego North Chamber of Commerce. “Buying locally instead of buying out of town – when the price for the product is the same – will positively impact local business,” Supervisor Dave Roberts said. “This program is designed to grow jobs, strengthen our tax base, and champion commerce in our county.”
PHS Grad Nite Reaches Out
Graduation is getting closer, and with graduation comes Grad Nite for Poway High School (PHS) seniors. To put on a great experience, the Grad Nite committee needs the community’s help, in the form of donations and drives. On May 10, the Grad Nite Committee will be hosting a Shred-A-Thon event at PHS from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. The cost is $5 per box of shredables. The Grad Nite Committee is also in need of a warehouse space to design and build the sets for Grad Nite. The team would like 10,000 square feet with at least 20-foot high ceilings, but can use as little as 2,500 square feet. If you have a possible space to offer, contact Susan Kernus at email@example.com. The PHS PTSA website has posted a “Design Wish List” of items needed to build the sets, party supplies and more, which you can find under the Grad Nite tab at www.powayptsa.org.
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1. Poway Girls Softball League (PGSL) players led the Pledge of Allegiance to start the Poway City Council meeting in February. Photo by Dulce Dorado. 2. Alexis P. of Poway Valley Vaulters performs her equestrian vaulting routine in San Marcos prior to her win as Regional Novice Trot Champion. 3. Imani Gonzales’ 3rd birthday photo shoot at Old Poway Park. 4. The Poway High School Softball Team conducted a catching, throwing, and batting skills clinic for the current players in the Poway Girls Softball League. Photo by Dulce Dorado. 5. Special Olympics Softball Champions, the Poway Padres, attend the Poway Kiwanis San Diego Padre Luncheon. 6. Chaparral Elementary 5th graders all decorated for Mardi Gras. 7. Soroptimist Poway welcomes LuAnn Boylan of Orange Book Directories and Deb Holland of CA Coast Credit Union to their membership. 8. Chaparral Elementary students Noah Campillo and Becca Pepper at Chaparral’s Mardi Gras Family Fun Dance. 9. Poway Valley Water Polo Grommets at Poway High School. 10. The Cogger kids indulge Mom in an impromptu “photo shoot” featuring just three of ZCode’s ten zip code magazines. 11. Hiking at Potato Chip Rock.
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Providing Fresh, Healthy Fare at Your Convenience by MICHELLE TREMBLAY | photos by Tyler McElhaney
2004, Maria and Sean Pourteymour were parents to their then 4-year-old child, which made finding quick and wholesome meals a top priority. However, finding restaurants that could meet this need turned out to be an unexpected challenge for the couple. It was at this time that Maria – someone who had grown up in the restaurant business – and Sean conceptualized the idea of opening up their own eating establishment. Since Maria is Greek and Sean, Persian, they wanted their restaurant to not only
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provide healthier fare served at a faster pace, but to also showcase food that symbolized the blend of cultures within their family. And so became Luna Grill, a casual eatery providing Mediterranean and Near East cuisine committed to serving delicious and nutritious meals in a sensible amount of time. Aside from getting fresh food to the customer before they can say “kabob,” the philosophy at Luna Grill is to make every experience an excellent one – with a focus on quality customer care. “We are only as good as our weakest link,” offered Maria, “therefore each and every team member is key to making your experience exceptional, and we set our standards very high in terms of the quality and caliber of the personnel we hire.” Another component to the success of the business is the quality of food that is served – something, Maria explained, that makes Luna Grill stand out among its competitors. With such popular menu items as the mediterranean chicken salad, the vegetarian platter and classic chicken kabobs, the eatery provides quality all-natural ingredients that are prepared to order. “We are dedicated to finding SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT
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Mt. Woodson! There’s More to Poway’s Landmark than Potato Chip Rock photos by Zeena Gregg Photography
you’ve been on Facebook or Twitter lately, chances are you’ve seen one of your friends standing (or hand standing) on a thin slice of rock that juts out into the sky. The iconic “Potato Chip Rock” has become a world-famous photo opportunity right in our own backyard. Sitting near the top of Mt. Woodson, the snack-food shaped landmark is far from the only exciting experience on the 2,000+ foot mountain. We talked with Senior Park Ranger Edward Christensen about what it takes to care for one of San Diego County’s tallest icons.
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Mt. Woodson At-A-Glance Name of Location: Mt. Woodson Open Space Park
Website: www.sandiego.gov/parksandrecreation Phone: 858-538-8021
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with Senior Park Ranger Edward Christensen
What is the history behind Mt. Woodson? Dr. Marshall Clay Woodson homesteaded the area circa 1895. Before his arrival, Native Americans were known to have frequented the area, and called the mountain “The Mountain of Moon-Lit Rocks”. Later Pioneers called it Cobblestone Peak. Mt. Woodson has changed hands many times with the BLM, State of California Department of Forestry, City of Poway, County of San Diego, and City of San Diego owning and managing the mountain. Currently, County of San Diego, CAL FIRE, and City of San Diego own the east side of the mountain while the west side of the mountain is owned by the City of Poway.
Please provide us with a brief summary of your background and experience. After graduating from the University of Massachusetts, I began working as a seasonal park ranger in the National Park Service. I worked at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area in Utah, Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado and Cabrillo National Monument here in San Diego, CA. After nine years in the federal system, I was hired on with the San Diego Park and Recreation Department as a Sr. Park Ranger at Mission Bay. In 2007 I began working in the Open Space Division with Mt. Woodson as one of my areas. I’ve been enjoying my work here ever since.
When did you become senior park ranger, if you did not begin in your current position? After working with the National Park Service, I was hired on as a Senior Park Ranger with the city in 2005. The first position I was offered was in the Developed Regional Parks Division at Mission Bay Park. I started working in Open Space in 2007.
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What attracted you to your current position as senior park ranger? Over the years I’ve worked in some amazing places, had many unique experiences, and met lots of great people. I’ve always liked the idea of teamwork and I jumped at the chance to come here and be a part of this team. The man who hired me described my position as a ‘blank slate’ meaning there was some room to leave your mark in how the park develops. I saw coming to Open Space as a chance to use my college degree in Natural Resource Studies/Wildlife Biology in a way I never could have in a patrol oriented position.
What do you most enjoy about Mt. Woodson? Like most people, I’m fascinated with the enormous boulders that have grown out of the earth through erosion. Exploring around the mountain amongst the piles of building-size rocks is pretty amazing. The elevation of the park also forces a change of plant types and what grows out there is mostly healthy native vegetation, which is really nice to see. Parks in other areas are challenged with bumper crops of invasive plants that crowd out the native vegetation in certain areas. And the view from the top of Mt. Woodson is one of the best around!
What is the biggest challenge facing Mt. Woodson? As with most of our parks, being ‘loved to death’ is an issue. What I refer to is simply the large number of people that visit the park and create some unavoidable impacts. Hiking trails become worn faster, the amount of trash increases, wildlife responds to crowds, the overall experience changes. A certain rock feature on top of Mt. Woodson, ‘Potato Chip Rock’, has gone viral and draws large numbers every weekend looking to get a classic photo. The wait for a photo may be over an hour.
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Please tell us your most memorable moment as senior park ranger of Mt. Woodson.
Currently, what is Mt. Woodson’s biggest need?
The 2007 fires that swept through the region were memorable. With all the
trash, treading lightly and attempting to leave the place slightly better than how
highly sensitive communication equipment located on top, Mt. Woodson
they found it. Shortcutting trails; going off trail has incremental impacts to the
was a high priority area for fire suppression and saw a lot of tanker drops.
environment that add up over time. We each tend to see things from our own
The western slopes were burned over pretty well, but the top and eastern
immediate scale and timeline. One footstep on a patch of ground isn’t much,
sides were saved. At this point the vegetation that was burned has come
but multiply that by ten million footsteps over years and it’s a different story.
back really well, and the area is looking healthy again.
One Manzanita branch collected and taken home for its unique beauty goes
Everyone can do a little to conserve this and other parks by being careful about
unnoticed, but if every hundredth visitor does the same the plant is wiped out
What activities can visitors participate in when visiting Mt. Woodson?
of the area. It’s natural and often healthy for people to want to interact physically with their environment, but being an observer is less impactful in the long run.
Hiking, observing wildlife, and rock climbing* are the main activities visitors take part in at the park. The climbing community has been active at Mt.
What are your short-term goals for Mt. Woodson? Long-term?
Woodson since the 70s and there are a large number of bouldering rocks
To continue to manage the park in a very low impact manner and with
and top rope climbs as well as sport climbs in the area.
progressive education; which allows for regular users to continue use of the
*It should be noted that rock climbing and bouldering can be extremely
park for rock climbing, bouldering, hiking and in addition allowing newer
dangerous and are not activities for the uninformed.
users of the park to become better informed and educated about the area.
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Do you need any volunteer assistance at Mt. Woodson? If so, how can readers of 92064 Magazine help out? Volunteers can be a big help on certain projects. For big projects that
Mt. Woodson is home to a wide variety of native plant and animal species. Can you please elaborate on the vegetation and wildlife?
are planned out ahead of time we notify the volunteer office. We have
Wildlife of Mt. Woodson is varied and dependent on which specific area of
also posted notices at park kiosks for smaller or on-going projects.
the park that one finds themselves. A few animals that can be found are
Volunteer projects can range from weeding and planting to doing trail
ravens, red-tailed hawk, bobcat, rattlesnakes, and cottontail and desert
maintenance and construction. People interested in volunteering can call
rabbits, a variety of songbirds, hummingbirds, horned lizard, turkey vultures.
the Ranger office at 858-538-8021. More information can be found at
The vegetation is a mix of Southern California Chaparral, with Oak Scrub
Who has been instrumental in the preservation of Mt. Woodson Open Space Park?
Is there anything you would like to add for our 92064 Magazine readers?
Generations of agencies, park ranger staff, and the public who volunteer
Come on out and enjoy the park! Â˘
their time in cleaning, and maintaining the park; all of which have been instrumental in the preservation of the park.
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ccording to Mike Mulvey, owner and director of Mathnasium of Poway, math doesn’t have to be scary or frustrating for students; it can be fun and most of all, make sense! “The atmosphere in our center is positive and affirming. We work to reduce math stress and show students that they can succeed,” said Mulvey. Mathnasium focuses on math fundamentals, number sense and an understanding of math concepts at all levels, while helping students catch up, keep up and get ahead. Mathnasium instructors are typically math majors who have also passed a comprehensive math literacy test and have undergone Mathnasium training. They are also vetted for empathetic personalities and the ability to work with younger students. “We offer a low instructor-to-student ratio — 1:3 on average — individualized learning plans and a high level of interaction between instructors and students that allows for the adaptation of the learning plan as needed,” explained Mulvey. He and his staff work together with students, parents and teachers to help students improve their math skills and build their confidence within the
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or Joy Raab, writing and drawing don’t just come easy to her, it is her passion. Starting at a very young age, and fueled by her mother’s encouragement, Joy used the arts as a creative outlet. “Ever since I could hold a pencil, I drew; ever since I could write, I wrote stories,” she said. While a sophomore in college, Joy became inspired by a particular children’s author, “I was amazed and inspired by his rich colorful illustrations, full of expression, enhancing the story,” she explained. Joy was reminded of how, as a child, she had always been a visual learner, learning more by illustrations than by text. It was then that she began to search for ways to use her passion for art and history to create children’s educational books. “The first few years in San Diego I behaved like a tourist, dragging my two young children to all the historic sites,” said Joy. “From the moment I stepped off the plane I was enchanted by the area. I was fascinated by the colorful influences of Mexico and the traces of history left by early settlers and explorers.” That was the year 1999, and by 2003 Joy had published her first children’s book, titled Kate Sessions: The Mother of Balboa Park. “The books that followed continue to reflect my excitement and appreciation for San Diego past and present,” she shared. Her latest project involves illustrating a children’s picture book about the process of metamorphosis. “The book is set to debut spring 2015 at the San Diego Safari Park, in conjunction with their butterfly exhibit,” Joy noted. Aside from being a successful author and illustrator, Joy Raab Joy is currently exploring Art Therapy. “I worked as an North Poway assistant activity director at a nursing home in New Two children, ages 12 and 15 Hampshire . . . I learned how art does not only tell stories, B.F.A. University of Southern Maine, working but also helps in healing,” she explained. “I created several towards MA in Art Education, Boston University art classes for the residents. Some people that suffered Cooking and reading with arthritis or were healing from a stroke only needed an www.joyraab.com adaptive paintbrush . . . For others, the art was more about the process rather than product,” Joy said. “It was a special job that left an impression on me.” Since then, Joy has received training from the Alzheimer’s Association in their Memories in the Making program, and is working toward a Master of Art Education through Boston University. “The program offers a wealth of information in teaching children of all abilities,” explained Joy, “however, the focus of my thesis will be art for populations with special needs.” Joy resides in Poway with her two children and dog, Taxi. “I have lived in different places throughout the United States and Europe. None have offered the unique experience like that of North Poway, living in the country with such close proximity to a city,” stated Joy. “My favorite aspects of Poway are the trails, miles and miles of trails.” ¢
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Sick, Injured or Orphaned The first thing to remember is that wildlife generally view humans as a threat. So even if you are trying to help, too much handling or commotion can lead to undue stress on an animal. Watch to be sure the animal really is sick, injured, or orphaned and then act. When assisting the animal, stay calm. Bring the animal to a licensed rehabilitation center. If you are handling the animal yourself, wear gloves or use a towel and place the animal in a container with air holes.
frequented by coyotes. Also, ensuring trash can lids are tight, not leaving pet food outside and sealing access to garages or crawl spaces will help avoid unwanted wild animal visitors. If these efforts fail to keep wildlife out of your home or backyard, there are also some simple and safe deterrents you can try. These include using chili powder on plants, and installing motion-sensitive lights. Humane wildlife extraction is also an option. Humane exclusion encourages wild animals to leave and not to return without the use of pesticides.
Feeding Animals Avoid feeding wild animals as that teaches them to associate humans with a food source. This act causes wildlife to become too tame and lose their self-protecting fear of people.
If you find an injured or abandoned animal, do not attempt to keep the animal yourself. Its best chance for survival is to get it to a licensed rehab facility like Project Wildlife as soon as possible.
Some wild animals live close to residential areas and may enter yards in search of food or water. Pets should never be left in unattended areas
For more information go to www.projectwildlife.org. ¢
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Feeling the Spirit
THE PYBL CHALLENGED DIVISION GROWS STRONG IN POWAY photos by Leanna Long
he Poway Youth Basketball League (PYBL) has long served the 92064 community, but in 1990 Linda Bradbury realized that something was missing. At the time, her youngest son Andy, faced with disabilities, could only watch his older brother play with the PYBL and would dribble balls on the sidelines. The founder of PYBL, Dave Aubrey, spoke with Linda about Andy’s ability to dribble and be coordinated despite his disabilities. “We talked about what it would be like if there was a program for Andy to play,” said Linda. “Before the game was over, Dave encouraged me to develop a plan and present it to the [PYBL] Board.” Thanks to Linda’s efforts, the PYBL’s new Challenged Division debuted in 1991. For the past four years, the PYBL Challenged Division has worked with the USD basketball team to teach their players drills, warm-ups, and ways to improve their skills. In return, the Challenged Division players and parents are invited to a USD basketball game every year. It’s not just the USD basketball team who feels the spirit of the Challenged Division. “We have teens in the area who come to help out with our practices and they get hooked,” said Margot Morpeth, the current commissioner for the division. “Many members of the Poway City Council have come out to participate in the fun. You can’t find more smiles anywhere at one time.” While the Challenged Division runs from January to March every year, they still explore other activities for the special needs players throughout the rest of the year. For more information visit www.pybl.com. ¢
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From Project to Positivity
PHS STUDENT RAISES MONEY FOR SPECIAL NEEDS PROM
oway High School senior Amy Nguyen had to create a senior project as a requirement for graduation. While researching for a cause, she came across A Night to Remember, and knew what she wanted to do. A Night to Remember is a city-wide prom in San Diego for high school students with Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism, and other physical challenges. Guests receive a formal dress or tuxedo complete with jewelry, a professional makeover, corsage and boutonnière, a limo ride and a red carpet entrance to the dance, along with an assigned host to accompany them for the event. “The Night to Remember organization really caught my attention, and I am so honored to work with them for my senior project,” said Amy. Amy held her A Night to Remember Charity Fashion Show at Poway High School on March 14 to raise money towards the cause. Prom dresses modeled on the runway were provided by Mia Bella Couture, a dress shop in Del Mar. The 2013 Miss Poway Court were out front to greet guests as they arrived. Fourteen models, students from Poway High School, strutted their fabulous dresses down the runway. After the show, Amy shared, “Tonight was not just about my senior project, but it was also one of the highlights of my senior year. I’m so blessed to be a part of such a supportive community.” She also went above and beyond her one charity night. “I am looking forward to attending prom hosted by A Night to Remember on May 2 and escort a special needs student!” ¢
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The Kinetic Chain
A SOLUTION FOR ARM INJURIES IN YOUTH BASEBALL
ittle League season is now off and running, stealing bases, and throwing fast pitches. But ten years ago, then Poway resident John Medin noticed a disturbing trend in Little League baseball – the incorrect, and often damaging, way to throw and pitch. With some research, he read up on studies that uncovered the two main causes of arm injuries in baseball: overuse and incorrect body mechanics. John discovered studies from prominent sports medicine institutions that showed 60% of high school pitchers suffered from chronic elbow pain, and that Little League age players are sixteen times more likely to suffer an arm injury, compared to thirty years ago. “This is not a secret,” said John. “Sports medicine has known this for a long time. The sad part is that the very people who need to know this, the youngsters and their parents, have no clue.” While the problem has been identified and sports medicine has found a “correct” way to throw, it’s difficult to tell when a player is or isn’t using the correct mechanics. With two sons who played Little League, John was determined to find a solution. Thus, the Save The Arms project was born.
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The incorrect mechanics of throwing or pitching result from players throwing with only their arms, and not using their whole body. The safer mechanic is to rotate the hips first, then the shoulders, following through with the throw. This is known as a “Kinetic Chain”, channeling the energy into the throw from the body, rather than John Medin solely from the arm. The trick is to try and watch the core throwing or pitching mechanics of the player. Unfortunately, it’s almost impossible to tell because this part of the player’s motion is too fast. And that is what the Save The Arms training aid is for. John’s invention was surprisingly simple. “We tried many approaches by trial and error. And then, frankly, one day I had an epiphany and the solution just ‘appeared’ to me. It was simple geometry and the physical properties of a cord!” John’s patented product is a shoulder sleeve with a cord that crosses the body. When the correct mechanics are used for a throw, the cord will bow in an arc away from the body. With incorrect throws, the cord remains rested against the chest. John hopes that this device will serve as a training aid for coaches, parents, and players, and was even approached by Little League International to license the device for use. For more information on the device and Save The Arms, visit www.savethearms.com, complete with training tips and video demonstrations. ¢
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