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on the cover

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Time to Celebrate!

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Spreading the Words

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Dynamic, Fun & Focussed

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Building a Community Foundation

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Nighthawks Winter Sports

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Community Events & Info

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Sports Registrations & Info

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Watch the Birdie

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What’s for Dinner?

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Getting to know the Gallants

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4S Ranch Concert in the Park

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Out & About

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Community Volunteer

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Local Merchant Profile

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Student Star Park Begley

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A look at Master Sports A look at The 4S Ranch-Del Sur Community Foundation

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Local Community News & Info The latest registration information Nearby bird watching locations Try your neighbor’s recipe

Community Stuff Local community announcements Photographs of the FUN event Local community pictures Golich passionate about PTA Lifetime Montessori School

Cover photo by Spark Photography

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Real Estate Watch

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Home Tips - Green & Healthy Lawns

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Travel & Vacations

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Library Schedule

The Mortgage Minute & 92127 home sales

Business Spotlight Danceolgy’s Ballet Program Local residents’ trip to Indonesia

Community Chalkboard

PHOTO CONTEST

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:::: FROM THE PUBLISHER

Vol. 2, No. 1 TM

With this issue, we proudly ask you to join us in celebrating our one-year anniversary. As we begin our second year of publishing 92127 Magazine, we take a look back at the past 12 months in 92127 on page 14. It was fascinating to recount all that has transpired in our area in such a short time, from the opening of Del Norte High School to the launch of the Del Sur Farmers’ Market & Family Festival – and all of it captured and preserved by this publication and the 92127Magazine.com website. But there’s a lot more to this – the seventh – issue of your local community publication: • Learn more about a very important part of the 4S Ranch-Del Sur community: The Foundation. Our regular Q&A for this issue is with the new chairperson on pages 34-36. • Don’t miss the heart-warming feature on a Del Sur 5th grader who raised money to build a school library in Africa, and then was present in the remote village for the grand opening – pages 16-17. • More varsity sports begin their seasons this winter at Del Norte High School. The coaches give their outlook on what to expect on page 38. And, of course, you’ll find much more. At 64 pages, this is the biggest issue yet – so everyone will find something interesting, intriguing and enjoyable. We are humbled by the great positive response we’ve received in the last 12 months from both readers and supporting advertisers, and we sincerely thank everyone for your support, your good wishes, and your continued interest.

Publisher - Derrick Breaux Editor Emeritus - Carolyn McElhaney Executive Director of Business Development - Suzy-Beth Sarver Director of Production - Tara Pritchett Photographer - Spark Photography Graphic Design - Tyler Mac 92127 Magazine is published locally six times per year by Susco Media Inc. ©2010 All Rights Reserved. Reproduction of any content in this publication without prior written permission is strictly prohibited. 92127 Magazine is a subsidiary of Susco Media Inc. of San Diego, CA: Carolyn McElhaney, Chairman of the Board; Scott McElhaney, Chief Executive Officer; Derrick Breaux, Chief Operating Officer and President. 92127 Magazine’s publication of information provided by advertisers (paid or unpaid) – or other companies or individuals – does not represent an endorsement or verification of accuracy. 92127 Magazine assumes no responsibility for the accuracy or liability for the content of advertising placed in the publication (or on the 92127Magazine.com website).

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All the best, Derrick Breaux, PUBLISHER 16625 Dove Canyon Road #102, San Diego, CA 92127 619-717-2322 tel 619-923-2678 fax info@92127magazine.com

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community events & information NOVEMBER EVENTS 11/2 - 11/5 Stone Ranch Book Fair 11/4

Foundation Holiday Boutique Willow Grove Elementary

23rd Annual Invitational Cross Country Meet by San Diego North Rotary Club 619-238-5454

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Butter Brand Orders Due - Turtleback Elementary

Del Norte Lady Nighthawk Cheer Team’s 80’s Party - (5-9pm) Oak Valley Mulipurpose Room

End of First Marking Period - PUSD

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21st Food Packaging Event (8am-3pm) Del Norte High School

Free Parenting Class (9-11am) Kinderhouse Montessori School

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Daylight Savings Time Ends

11/8 - 12/10 PTA/MREF Adopt a Family Event Monterey Ridge Elementary 11/9

Oak Valley Fundraiser - Holiday Boutique

11/10 Walk to School Wednesday Monterey Ridge Elementary 11/11 - 11/12 Veteran’s Day - No School for PUSD 11/13 Last Day of Games for 4S Little League Fall Ball 11/15 - 11/19 PUSD Elementary School Conferences (Minimum Days) 11/16 4S Ranch Master Association Board Meeting 11/18 4S Ranch-Del Sur Community Foundation Diva Designs & Deserts 11/18 Winter Wonderland Family Night - Monterey Ridge 11/20 SDSU Cheer / Dance Clinic - Qualcomm Stadium 11/22 - 11/26 PUSD District Recess - Thanksgiving Break 11/25 Thanksgiving Holiday 11/25 1st Annual Thanksgiving Day “Thank You” 5K Trail Run/Walk - see more info on page 26 10

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DECEMBER EVENTS 12/1

Hanukkah Begins at Sunset

12/1 - 12/2 Del Norte Winter Roller Hockey Games Begin 12/3

PTA Movie Night - Turtleback Elementary

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Carmel Mountain Ranch Holiday Festival (9am-3pm)

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Pearl Harbor Day

12/7 - 12/8 Star of India 5th Grade Field Trips Turtleback Elementary 12/9

Family Movie Night - Monterey Ridge Elementary

12/10 Broncos Ambassadors Assemblies Turtleback Elementary MPR 12/13 PUSD School Board Meeting 12/15 School Band Performance - Willow Grove Elementary 12/20 - 1/1 PUSD Winter Holiday Break - No School 12/25 Christmas Holiday 12/26 Kwannza Begins

RECURRING EVENTS Capri Blu Singles Night - every Thursday Del Sur Farmers Market - every Thursday

(dates & events subject to change)

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SPORTS Registration &

Del Norte High School Football

www.delnortenighthawkfootball.com JV & Varsity Football (JV games begin at 4:30 p.m.) 11/4 Valley Center, Nighthawks Stadium, 7 p.m. 11/12 Mount Carmel, Nighthawks Stadium, 7 p.m.

Freshman Football 11/4 @ Valley Center, 5 p.m. 11/10 @ Mount Carmel, 3:30 p.m.

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4S Ranch Parks and Recreation - www.sdparks.org 4S Ranch Basketball Leagues & Events 12/21 Tuesday Men’s League begins 12/20 Monday Men’s League begins 4S Ranch Soccer - www.4SRanchSoccer.com Spring registration not available at time of print

Frozen Ropes Spring Break Camps (see ad below) 11/11 - 11/12 Veterans Day Camp 11/22 - 11/14 Thanksgiving Week Camp 12/20 - 12/23 Holiday Week #1 Camp 12/27 - 12/30 Holiday Week #2 Camp

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

11/13, 12/04, 12/11 (9am-2pm) Frozen Ropes 01/04 (6-8:30pm) Frozen Ropes (Late Fee)

4S Ranch Girls Softball League Registration

11/13, 12/04, 12/11 (9am-noon) 4S Coffee Bean

Rancho Bernardo Ranch Girls Softball League Registration

12/11 (noon-2pm) Graziano’s Pizzeria 12/16 (6-7:30pm) Graziano’s Pizzeria 01/04 (6-7:30pm) Graziano’s Pizzeria

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A Year of Community, Family and Lifestyle in 92127... SEPT 2009 AUG 2009

After months of planning, production begins on the premier issue of 92127 Magazine and 92127Magazine.com website.

Del Norte High School opens its campus, with new Principal Greg Mizel planned for the first Q&A feature in 92127 Magazine.

MAR 2010

Expanding to 40 pages, 92127 Magazine’s third issue also expanded mailed distribution to condominiums and increased single copy locations to meet the greater demand. In addition to a community events calendar and local youth sports listings, the publication added a new listing of upcoming events at the local library.

August 2009

NOV 2009

Premier issue of 92127 Magazine is published (32 pages), with distribution to single family homes in 4S Ranch, Del Sur, High Country West, Santa Fe Valley, Santaluz, Westwood and surrounding areas – plus single copy rack locations throughout the communities. Positive reaction from readers and advertisers is immediate.

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JAN 2010

Rancho Santa Fe Fire Dept.’s Station #2 in 4S Ranch graces the cover of the second issue of 92127 Magazine, including a Q&A with Chief Nicholas Pavone.

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MAR 2010

Dramatic growth in visits to the 4S Ranch Branch Library is highlighted in 92127 Magazine’s March-April issue – along with details on the facility’s expanding classes, events and services.

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MAY 2010

SEP 2010

JUL 2010

Del Sur Farmers’ Market & Family Festival opens offering local fruits and vegetables, fresh-cooked food, live music and children’s activities. The upcoming JulyAugust issue of 92127 Magazine includes extensive coverage of the new weekly event, which benefits the Del Sur Education Foundation.

With the sixth issue, 92127 Magazine grows to 56 pages, with feature stories about the prospects for Nighthawks varsity football, Rancho Family YMCA, and the possibility of a monster in nearby Lake Hodges, and more.

With the fifth issue, 92127 Magazine expands again – to 48 pages, providing additional “Community Stuff” information about local residents and photographs of events and happenings.

SEP 2010

Del Norte High School begins its first year of varsity sports competition, with extensive preview coverage included in the sixth issue of 92127 Magazine.

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MAY 2010

Fourth issue of 92127 Magazine spotlights the local Boys & Girls Club – and the popular “Out & About” photo gallery of community people and happenings doubles in size due to reader interest.

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Abbie*G, a rescued shelter Australian Kelpie that surfs – and lives with Del Sur resident Michael Uy – is profiled in 92127 Magazine.

OCT 2010

92127 Magazine partners with the 4S Ranch Master Association to present the annual “4S Ranch Concert in the Park”

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NOV 2010

The exciting second year of 92127 Magazine begins with the largest issue ever. At 64 pages, the publication continues to receive positive reaction from readers and the increasing family of regular advertisers.

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:::: STUDENT STARS

Spreading the Words photo by Spark Photography

Del Sur Elementary 5th Grader Helps Build Library in Africa

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Park Begley 10 5th grade Del Sur Elementary Collin and Sara Begley

lot of 5th grade boys are into video games, or skateboarding, or playing youth sports. Watching TV is usually a favorite interest. Music, maybe; even movies. But 10-year-old Park Begley builds libraries. In Africa. Begley, son of Collin and Sara Begly of The Lakes, helped raise $4,500 to build a school library in Malawi – located in southeast Africa, and known as one of the world’s least developed and most densely populated nations on the continent. And then, with the support and assistance of Del Sur Elementary School Principal Doug Johnson and his teacher, Britta Ellis, Begley raised another $2,500 to purchase books for the new library. And when the opportunity to travel to the Malawi village of Tchawale – where the library was constructed – Begley and Del Sur Elementary students and teachers launched a book drive, allowing them to take five huge boxes of books on their trip to ensure the new facility opened with reading materials immediately available. What was young Begley’s inspiration? “Basically my Aunt Meagan Wyllie was working for the Peace Corps teaching science in a secondary school in the village of Tchawale,” he said. “Before she left two years ago, we talked about doing a service project together.” While in Africa, Begley’s aunt noticed that the village primary school had no library – and the project was launched. Obviously being on hand for the village library’s opening

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was special for the youngster. “The entire community will be able to use (the library). When I was visiting, I met a group of women from the village that plan to use the library to meet twice a week for literacy classes,” Begley said. “They didn’t have a village school when they were growing up, so now they can learn to read too.” It’s not surprising that Begley mentions the literacy classes, as reading is very important to him. “My favorite subject in school is reading…that’s why I was so surprised when I heard that this school in Africa had few books, if any,” he said. “How can students not have books?” But Begley has other interests as well, like all 5th grade boys. “I’m from a family of all boys (brothers Gabe, 9; Cael, 4; and Tag, 1½), so we really like sports,” he said. “I’m (also) taking guitar lessons…” With the library now open, what’s next for Begley? “Since I’ve been back, Mr. Johnson has been very supportive and asked me to share my experiences and pictures with my class and then the whole school. It was nice to share with my classmates and show them how they helped the village,” he said. “It made me realize that we could continue to do projects like this in the future.” In fact, Begley’s teacher has now asked him to be the classroom representative to look for new projects in the community. “I’m really excited about these new responsibilities.” ¢

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:::: IN OUR OWN BACKYARD | Local outdoor adventures

Watch the Birdie

San Diego features 480 wild species, and three great observation areas are nearby

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ue to the diversity of San Diego County, this is a rare area in the nation where one can observe birds in four distinct bird habitats (Coastal; Inland Foothills, Canyons and Lakes; Mountains; and Deserts). Perhaps surprising to some, more than 480 species of birds can be observed in the San Diego region – more than any other county in the U.S. And three of the prime bird watching spots in the area happen to be in or very close to 92127:

Wren, White-tailed Kite, Osprey, Golden Eagle, Sage Sparrow, and Spotted Sandpiper. Depending upon the time of year, additional species seen include: Loggerhead Shrike, American Kestrel, Cooper’s Hawk, Eared Grebe, American White Pelican, Canada Goose, Couble-crested Cormorant, Egrets/Herons, Turkey Vulture, Forster’s Tern, Bonaparte’s Gull, Greater Roadrunner, White-throated Swift, Lesser Goldfinch, Belted Kingfisher, Swallows (various), Cassin’s Kingbird, Bewick’s Wren, Wrentit, and Hummingbirds.

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Blue Sky Ecological Preserve:

Park at Joslyn Senior Center, 18402 West Bernardo Drive on the Rancho Bernardo side of the lake, and follow the moderate trails toward the lake. Most often birds observed at the site include Western and Clark’s Grebes (often seen performing their mating dance on the lake in early spring), California and Blue-gray Gnatcatchers, the coastal race of Cactus November | December 2010

Located in Poway (drive east on Rancho Bernardo Drive, then right on Espola; entrance is on the left). Birds most often observed include Hawks, Turkey Vultures, Warblers and Neotropicals.

Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve: The entrance to the preserve is on Black Mountain Road south of Highway 56

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(PQ/Mira Mesa). Birds most often found within the preserve include the Acorn Woodpecker, White-tailed Kite (nesting), Golden-crowned and White-crowned Sparrows (winter), Blue Grosbeak, (summer), Nuttall’s Woodpecker, and Western Bluebird. Grasshopper Sparrows are possible on the grassy hillside to the left coming from the east and in the grassy areas at the west end of the canyon. Also observed, depending upon the season: Great-horned Owl, Red-tailed Hawk, Lazuli Bunting, Bullock’s Oriole, Black-headed Grosbeak, Common Snipe, Great Blue Herons, Egrets, Mallard ducks, and other Western migrants.

Much of the popularity of birding is due to the fact that little equipment is needed It’s estimated that more than 60 million Americans watch or observe wild birds on a regular or semi-regular basis – often while hiking, picnicking, camping or during some other related activity. Much of the popularity is due to the fact that little equipment is needed; typically a pair of binoculars or spotting scope and some type of identification guide is all that is required to truly enjoy the activity. More advanced birders often keep a “life list” of species observed in the outdoors, including the date and location of each siting. ¢

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:::: YOUR NEIGHBOR’S RECIPE

Susie Salvi’s

Chicken Enchiladas

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Directions 1. Preheat over to 350º 1. Boil or BBQ chicken and cut into cubes or shred with a fork 2. Mix chicken and other ingredients up (except for the enchilada sauce) and roll up into the tortillas. 3. Pour enchilada sauce over them, using a fork to get sauce between each one 4. Cook at 350º for one hour 5. Enjoy!

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about the chef Susie Salvi has been a resident a resident of 4S Ranch for five years, and a native San Diegan. She has two sons that attend Stone Ranch Elementary School – Kyle (4th grade) and Keaton (2nd grade). She and her husband, Alan, a dentist, enjoy cooking and frequently experiment with recipes in the kitchen. Their boys also like to get in on the act and prepare foods as well. Susie’s adventure into cooking started when she spent a year in Madrid, Spain during her junior year at San Diego State University. She was introduced to a whole different world of cooking, spices, and the love of food that the Spaniards celebrated while in the kitchen. In Spain, meals are accompanied by a glass of wine, of course. Same holds true in the Salvi house. When she is not cooking, she enjoys being at home with her boys, taking care of her herb and vegetable garden, traveling, playing golf and helping out at their school. “Enjoy!” from the Salvis. ¢

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:::: LOCAL FAMILY

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Gallants found what they wanted:

‘A great place for all of us’

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hen Paul and Cindy Gallant moved their family from Massachusetts to the San Diego area five years ago, they wanted a new hometown that would be “great for all of us.” And in the Reunion neighborhood of 4S Ranch, that’s what they found. Not only was the couple pleased with the reputation of the Poway Unified School District, but the fit for each of them personally was perfect. Cindy has ample trails and wide sidewalks to run – and plenty of resources for her other favorite pastime of reading. Since Paul enjoys coaching youth sports teams, 4S Ranch is the perfect setting; plus, he has multiple options on where to play golf. The Gallants’ three children also thrive in the local community’s environment: • Allie, 16, a sophomore at Del Norte High School, is a varsity cheerleader. • Marc, 14, a freshman at Del Norte, plays both football and baseball. • Toby, 8, a third grader at Monterey Ridge Elementary School is involved in both tennis and gymnastics. Add to the mix that they love family snow skiing trips 22

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to nearby Mammoth, all are definitely feeling “great” about the move. Cindy, a graduate of University of Massachusetts/Amherst and a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist who works part-time at Kaiser Permanente, originally got to know her husband because she was best friends with Paul’s sister Janet, who is also a nurse. “When I was doing a traveling nurse assignment at Stanford Hospital, Paul took a job in a lab in Crete, Greece,” Cindy said. “We began to correspond via mail and began dating when we both returned to Massachusetts.” Paul, a molecular biologist, graduated from Colby College in 1987 and currently is Senior Director of Screening and Commercial Operations for Ambit Biosciences. According to the Gallants, about the only thing their 4S Ranch community fails to offer them is easy access to their favorite professional teams – the Boston Red Sox and the New England Patriots. But, as Cindy will quickly point out: “We really support our new local teams!” ¢ Know a family that should be profiled in 92127 Magazine? Recommend a family online at www.92127magazine.com.

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Suzy-Beth Sarver Brings Media Expertise, Marketing Knowledge to 92127 Magazine

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San Diego area marketing veteran and 4S Ranch resident is the new Executive Director of Business Development for 92127 Magazine. In the new position, Suzy-Beth Sarver will consult directly with the area’s business community on how best to increase their customer base and create new revenues by utilizing the publication and other multi-media products and services. “We are extremely excited to have Sarver as part of the 92127 Magazine team,” said Publisher Derrick Breaux, who recently announced the staff addition. “Her extensive experience, creative marketing skills, and market knowledge will greatly benefit the business community and assist in their future growth.” Most recently Sarver was San Diego County Regional Manager for Dyson Media, a Los Angeles-based national media and publishing company – where she was primarily focused on working with businesses in Rancho Bernardo, Carmel Mountain, Scripps Ranch, Poway and Rancho Penasquitos. She also previously was executive producer and host of the San Diego real estate show “Homes2TV”, filmed on location throughout the region and featuring advertising-styled interviews with business owners. Sarver feels her wide-ranging media and marketing back-

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ground will provide additional growth opportunities for local businesses. “I’m excited to bring my expertise to this fine organization and look forward to reaching out to our thriving community and neighboring cities as we grow together,” Sarver said. “From the moment I picked up 92127 Magazine, I knew it was something special. The quality and content of this publication is very appealing to me – not only from a consumer standpoint, but also as an industry insider.” Sarver has lived in 4S Ranch for four years and is the mother of two sons attending local schools. And she is heavily involved in community activities. In addition to supporting the 4S Ranch Boys & Girls Club and the 4S Ranch Little League programs, she serves as a board member and handles public relations for the Monterey Ridge Educational Foundation. ¢

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:::: COMMUNITY STUFF Most 92127 Residents Voting Nov. 2 on School, Fire District Board Members Residents of 92127 will make decisions on a variety of state, Congressional, and county positions and propositions in the Nov. 2 general election, but only two truly local races exist: Poway Unified School District board of trustees and Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District board of directors. Eight candidates are vying for the three available seats on the Poway district board, which governs schools throughout 4S Ranch, Del Sur, Poway, Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Penasquitos and surrounding areas. Frederick Pierce – a student housing executive who lives in 4S Ranch – is the only candidate residing in 92127. Other candidates besides Pierce in the race are: • John Gunderson, a district attorney investigator from Carmel Mountain Ranch; • Tom Giles, a business owner from Bernardo Heights; • Stan Rodkin, a retired mechanical engineer from Rancho Penasquitos; • March Davis, a businessman and financial advisor from Poway; • Kimberley Beatty, a PTA board member from Sabre Springs; • Todd Guschow, an incumbent board member from Poway; • Penny Ranftle, an incumbent board member from Poway. Local voters also will choose among three candidates for two positions on the Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District board, which provides fire protection for much of the 92127 area – including 4S Ranch, Del Sur and Santaluz. Two residents of 92127 are competing for the positions: • Thomas R. Hickerson, a board incumbent, who lives in 4S Ranch. • John L. Ramirez, a financial planner, who lives just outside the 4S Ranch HOA area. They face incumbent board member John Tanner from Rancho Santa Fe. For more information on the elections or to request an absentee ballot, visit www.sdcounty.ca.gov/voters. To find where to vote, visit www2.sdcounty.ca.gov/rov/Eng/ Epolling_query.asp.

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4S Ranch Little League Announces Title Sponsor for Annual Golf Tournament Presented by Shay & Associates, the 1st Annual Thanksgiving Day “Thank You” 5K Trail Run/Walk will take place in 4S Ranch at 8 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 25. The race will start on Dove Creek Road and make its way off-road through the trails of 4S Ranch. All proceeds from the Run/Walk will benefit the ALS Association Greater San Diego Chapter and the 4S Ranch-Del Sur Community Foundation. Registration fees are $30 for Adults (13 and older), $20 for Children (12 and under). Register before Oct. 30 and pay only $25 for adults and $15 for children. No race day registrations – Online Registration Only at www.ThankYouRun.org. Additional sponsors (Race Partners) are the County of San Diego, 4S Ranch HOA, Nova Engineering & Environmental, Back at the Ranch, Mor Furniture, and Bobby Askari Guild Mortgage.

PQ’s Kidding Around Offers Unique Children’s Experience – Now Open! Located at 9925 Carmel Mountain Road in Rancho Penasquitos, Kidding Around, the indoor playground (and more!) offers a dynamic play area, games and activities, classes, a party room for birthdays, constant care and oversight, reasonable prices – and a place for adults as well. Among the unique aspects of Kidding Around is a staff that actually plays with the kids, in addition to making sure the playground and facility is clean. “We have excellent customer service and we really care about every one of our little clients and their needs,” said Ronyt Sprung, the owner. “We have a spacious area for the kids to run around and we have a nice variety of toys for the kids. And here is a little secret…we have some new exciting equipment coming very soon.”

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Santa and Mrs. Claus make a Special Stop at the Del Sur Farmers Market When you hear the of jingle of bells on Thursday, Dec. 16, you will know that Santa and Mrs. Claus are arriving at the Del Sur Farmers Market to greet young and old alike. They will host a “Sing Along”, with the kids and then you will be able to take pictures with them. They will only be there from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm so plan on coming early or staying late to have lunch or dinner and do all of your weekly shopping. Be sure to bring your cameras for a great holiday photo. There will be candy canes for everyone and a special “Holiday Treasure Hunt” for the kids. The Del Sur Farmers Market is located on the corner or Camino del Norte and Spring Canyon Road and is open every Thursday, rain or shine, year round, (except for Thanksgiving Thursday) from 3 pm to 7 pm. Consider this your “One Stop Shopping” venue for all of your Holiday food and gifts. www.DelSurFarmersMarket.com. - submitted Bev Cassity

4S Ranch Resident Runs for Poway School Board Fred Pierce has declared his candidacy for the Poway School Board, where he is the only resident of 4S Ranch on this fall’s ballot. Fred’s eldest daughter is a senior at Westview High and youngest daughter attends Stone Ranch Elementary School. Pierce, 48, is a 17-year resident in the District and is a local business, education and community leader. His educational experience includes six years as a Trustee the California State University (CSU) System. Pierce has also served as president of five different university alumni associations including the CSU Alumni Council (statewide board representing 23 CSU alumni associations) and SDSU Alumni Association. Professionally, Pierce is President and CEO of Pierce Education Properties, a national firm specializing in student housing and educational real estate. He was named the Alumni of the Year by the SDSU College of Business Administration in 1999 and earlier this year was named a San Diego semi-finalist for Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. “Currently, all of the Poway School Board members reside in Poway and it has been a very long time since a board member has come from the area west of I-15,” said Pierce. “As a majority of the schools in the district – including three of the five high schools – are located west of I-15, our communities deserve a voice on the board.” Pierce has indicated that his priorities if elected would include gaining equal admissions access to SDSU for District graduates, increasing private financial support for the schools and enhancing the District’s legislative clout in Sacramento.

Oasis Smiles Has Grand Opening Ceremony The San Diego North Chamber of Commerce performed a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Grand Opening of Oasis Smiles Family and Cosmetic Dentistry. Oasis Smiles is owned and operated by Dr. Sheetal Bhor. It is located at 11611 Rancho Bernardo Road, Suite 103 – next to Love Boat Sushi. Oasis Smiles accepts most insurance plans and offers senior discounts. For more information, call 858-592-9500 or visit www.oasissmiles.com.

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Scrapbook A huge number of local residents crowded into Linear Park in 4S Ranch on Oct. 9 – including a many dressed as cowboys and cowgirls – for the 4S Ranch Concert in the Park. Presented by the 4S Ranch Master Association and 92127 Magazine, the annual event featured the Danielle Tucker Band, crafts and games for the kids, a “Denim and Diamonds” best dressed contest, delicious food and treats, and tons of fun.

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Dynamic Coaches Fun Environment Focused Classes Exciting Leagues Improved Skills It’s really easy to understand Master Sports’ huge growth and popularity among youths…and parents

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n only 14 short years, Master Sports has grown from hosting a single basketball clinic to providing more than 300 youth sports camps, classes and leagues at 20 local facilities each year throughout North San Diego County and Temecula. And owner Dan Ekeroth can quickly explain the phenomenal increase in popularity among youths and parents. “It’s our philosophy – and our staff – that make the difference,” Ekeroth said. “We have a very low turnover ratio in key personnel and coaches. The average tenure of our main head coaches is seven years with Master Sports – allowing our parents to build a familiarity with us and their kids grow up in our programs.” According to Ekeroth, Master Sports provides the most complete youth sports programs available locally from start to finish. And it strives to accomplish three specific goals for the area’s youth and their parents:

• Give participants the best experience in sports possible by providing a safe and fun environment.

• Provide programs for kids of all levels and abilities in their respective sports. unsurpassed customer service and convenience in finding programs in or near their communities.

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ways allow,” Ekeroth said. “They also offer a chance for kids to sample sports to see if they take a serious interest in one sport or another.” Most Master Sports classes typically last about an hour and meet over five-to-eight weeks, with 75% of class time used for skill development and instruction. “These classes are great for preparing for an upcoming season as well as improving skills,” Ekeroth said. Ekeroth noted that a variety of leagues are available through Master Sports, including youth basketball leagues, flag football leagues, beginner T-Ball leagues and others. “The philosophy of our leagues is that every participant deserves the opportunity to play,” he said. “We promote a learning environment where the participants end the season with a greater knowledge of the game. The organization skills and professional touch we bring enhances the overall experience.” In addition, many Master Sports camps for several sports are available to youths – including basketball, baseball, volleyball, soccer and multi-sport. “We offer different camps for different needs,” Ekeroth said. “We have skills camps, designed for the athlete to leave camp on Friday a better player than when they arrived on Monday. We also have camps like the multi-sport or our new ‘XTREME Dodgeball’ that help parents get their kids off the couch and make sure they are exercising and having a great time.” Ekeroth strongly suggested that parents or youths interested in any of the camps, leagues and classes to check out the options and available locations at www.MASTERyourSPORTS.com. But even with providing an extensive variety of programs, Ekeroth – a San Diego native and father of three who holds a college degree in physical education – still credits his coaching staff as the biggest single distinguishing factor in putting Master Sports ahead of any other youth sports opportunities. “Our dynamic coaches come from collegiate and professional playing and educational backgrounds,” he said. “We build our programs around coaches that we feel have what it takes to be successful. We do not start a program and then hire a coach. We take a slower approach to growing the company that way, so the quality and reputation of our programs remains at a high level.” But, according to Ekeroth, as strong as staff’s credentials might be, that’s not what it’s all about at Master Sports. “Certainly the knowledge has to be there,” he said. “And so does the personality – and the ability to effectively communicate that information at a child’s level.” ¢

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It’s All About the Community

Local Foundation Seeks to Increase Philanthropy, Provide for Future Past and Present Board Members The 4S Ranch~Del Sur Community Foundation

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n the fall of 2007 a group of 4S Ranch and Del Sur residents and community leaders came together to create the 4S Ranch-Del Sur Community Foundation. Working in partnership with the San Diego Foundation, the purpose of this charitable foundation is to increase responsible and effective philanthropy to provide for the future of 4S Ranch and Del Sur through a community endowment. Since it’s founding, the organization has provided thousands of dollars and grants to local schools and organizations. New Foundation Chairperson Judy Simeroth provided insight into the workings and goals of the group for readers of 92127 Magazine (see next page).

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Meet the Chairperson: Name: Judy Simeroth Position: Chair Occupation: Rental Property Owner Residence: Talavera (in 4S Ranch) Years in Area: 7 years Hometown: San Diego Family: son Jake, 10 daughter Jodi, 14 husband, Jesse Interests: Most time spent with children, but also quilting and walking the family dog

Purpose & Mission (2010-2011) • Meet emerging needs by encouraging and increasing responsibilities and effective philanthropy. • Build a 4S Ranch-Del Sur Community endowment. • Provide funding annually to 4S Ranch-Del Sur organizations and causes. • Give 4S Ranch-Del Sur Community Foundation members a vehicle for legacy planning and gifts that will benefit 4S Ranch and Del Sur now and forever.

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Judy Simeroth Adrianna Amon David Allen Melissa Botello Debi Hopp Ranch Koch David Li Herb Butter Theresa Shay

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Q&A with the Chairperson Judy Simeroth Question: Why and when did the 4S Ranch-Del Sur Community Foundation begin? Answer: This is the fourth year since the Foundation was formed. Our founding members’ vision was to bring the community together by forming a community organization. By teaming up with the San Diego Foundation they were able to form a fully functioning foundation in a very short period of time. The support we are given is priceless. Question: What are the primary goals of the Foundation, both short-term and long-term? Answer: We want to raise awareness that through a granting process we can enrich the communities of 4S Ranch and Del Sur for programs, technology, safety and the environment. We look toward the future to retain the integrity of our neighborhood for not only our children but for the future generations. Question: How does the Foundation secure funding for its programs, grants and endowment? Answer: We have been very fortunate to have Two Jinn Inc. (Herb and Carol Mutter) and Sony to generously donate toward our operating funds to support our socials. Membership monies do not pay for foundation social events. Half of membership monies are used to grant for the year and the other half goes into an endowment fund. Question: Can you tell us about some of the events the Foundation sponsors to raise funds? Answer: Our “Divas, Designs and Desserts” is scheduled for Nov. 18. We also have member social events planned, though

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dates are still to be determined. And the Foundation’s grants presentation and grants celebration are scheduled for May 2011. Question: What are some of the top accomplishments of the Foundation since it began? Answer: In 2008, Monterey Ridge Elementary School was granted $6,000 to fund a pilot program called “Compass Learning”. Due to the success measured by the increase in test scores almost every elementary school in the Poway Unified School District has incorporated the program. We are proud that we were able to initially fund the program and it has grown. And this past year we were able to grant Oak Valley Middle School Band Booster a $5,110 grant to pilot a program called “Smart Music”. We are hopeful that this grant will result in success and the booster parents will be able to fund the program going forward. Question: What is the process for local groups and organizations to request grant funds from the Foundation? Answer: In early December 2010 the guidelines for the 2011 grant will be released and can be accessed by going online at www.4sranchcommunityfoundation.org. Question: What are the criteria for providing grant funds to community groups and organizations? Answer: Each organization submits a grant application based on the guidelines that are released. The organization’s Grant Committee reviews proposal and site visits are scheduled for the grants that have been written within the guidelines. The Grant Committee recommends a final ballot and the ballot is emailed to our members.

rights on grants, which are given every year. Question: As the new Foundation president, what is your focus this year in leading the Foundation? Answer: Educate! Educate! Educate! I would like our communities to know who we are and what we are doing for our community. Our success relies on our membership. I want to take the lead my former chairpersons did and continue to increase our membership, specifically families who live on the north side of 4S Ranch and Del Sur. We need their involvement to create an equitable division of grants.

I would like our communities to know who we are and what we are doing for our community. Our success relies on our membership

~ Judy Question: Who makes the decision on grants, and how often are the awards made? Answer: Becoming a member of the 4S Ranch-Del Sur Community Foundation immediately gives the individual voting

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Question: Who is eligible for membership in the Foundation? Answer: Membership is open to any individual or a business membership.

Question: If a business or individual wants to donate or become a member of the Foundation, what is the process and who should them contact? Answer: Contact Trudy Armstrong, Director of Regional Outreach at the San Diego Foundation. Email her at Trudy@sdfoundation.org, or visit www.sdfoundation. org. Interested prospective members may also contact me at jsimeroth@cox.net. Question: Is there anything else you want local residents to know about the Foundation? Answer: 4S Ranch-Del Sur Community Foundation is working to keep 4S Ranch and Del Sur a place to live, work and play for our children and future generations. ¢ 36

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thletic Director Mike Giaime and the coaches, staff and players on seven winter sports teams are now gearing up for their first varsity season. Tryouts and practices for Boys and Girls Basketball, Boys and Girls Soccer, Wrestling, Roller Hockey, and Girls Water Polo are about to be under way – all without seniors this year. Most or all also will field Freshman and Junior Varsity teams. For additional information, visit www.powayusd.com/pusddnhs/athletics.

Boys Basketball Head Coach: Bob Spahn Coach’s Background: • Second year as Del Norte High School Head Coach • Retired U.S. Marine, who served in Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm (and retired Senior Drill Instructor at MCRD). • Rancho Bernardo High School Boys Basketball coaching staff for seven years (Head Freshman Coach, Head Junior Varsity Coach, Assistant Varsity Coach). • Director, Bronco Youth Basketball Club for nine years. Practices Begin: Nov. 13 First Game: Nov. 29 vs. Sweetwater High School Coach’s Season Outlook: We will be a very young team with no seniors, entering our first varsity season. Understanding that this year we will face teams that are bigger, stronger, and faster, I believe you won’t find a team that will work harder than the Nighthawks. We expect to be led by junior Aaron Ellis and sophomore George Liange.

Mike Giaime - Athletic Director

Wrestling Head Coach: Dave Tomaino Coach’s Background: • First year as Del Norte High School Head Coach • Former Head Wrestling Coach at Steele Canyon High School (coached the school’s first CIF Champion). • Former Assistant Wrestling Coach at Jackson-Milton High School (Ohio). • Assistant Wrestling Coach last season at Del Norte High School. • Member of the Eastern Ohio Wrestling League Hall of Fame. • Wrestled for Bucknell University.

Left to right: Gary Rossi - Girls Soccer Coach Bob Spah - Boys Basketball Coach David O’Rielly - Boys Soccer Coach

Practices Begin: Nov. 13 First Game: Dual meet Dec. 9 at San Pasqual High School Coach’s Season Outlook: Nighthawks will adhere to an up-tempo physical brand of wrestling that is intense and extremely fan friendly as we embark on our inaugural varsity year. We feel it is a privilege and a tremendous opportunity to build a tradition of excellence on the mat. The program returns a good core of student athletes that are up to the challenge and ready to compete with the county. Part of our building blocks this season will be a youth wrestling program that will give 4S kids and youth in the surrounding area an opportunity to compete in the sport of wrestling.

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Girls Basketball Head Coach: Jake McNeely Coach’s Background: • Poway High School graduate (1997), as an All League and All CIF athlete in both cross country and basketball. • Played basketball at Mira Cost College. • Bachelor’s Degree in Education Science from University of Idaho; teaching credential received from San Diego State. • Teaches physical education and health at Del Norte High School. • Previously coached at both Poway and Mt. Carmel high schools. • Member of coaching staff for former NBA champion Jud Buechler’s summer basketball camp for past five years.

Roller Hockey

Practices Begin: Nov. 13 First Game: Dec. 3 vs. Poway

Head Coach: Dean Schrag Coach’s Background: • USA Hockey Level 3 certified coach • More than five years coaching travel ice hockey teams • Second year coaching Del Norte High School roller hockey team Coach/Team Manager: Jim Akerson Team Manager’s Background: • Parent Coach for roller hockey school teams for three years. • Coached Oak Valley Middle school team that won 2008/2009 Winter MS Silver Division Championship.

Coach’s Season Outlook: We are optimistic about our chances to be competitive this year at the varsity level, after going 18-6 last year at the junior varsity level. We have what looks to be a pretty difficult early season schedule though, so it will be important for us to get off to a good start. Potential standout players are: junior Katie Boyle, and sophmores Lexi Reddick, Kaitlin Manuel, and Brooke Wertner.

Girls Soccer

Practices Begin: Under way

Head Coach: Gary Rossi

First Game: Dec. 1

Coach’s Background: • Head Freshman Girls Soccer Coach at Westview High School (compiling record of 73 wins, 7 losses and 10 draws in four years). • Holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) National Youth and “D” license as well as a National Soccer Coaches Association of American (NSCAA) Youth Diploma and National Diploma. He is a member of both soccer organizations as well as the US Youth Soccer Association. • Currently coaching competitive girls soccer, girls under 15 and 16. • As a member of the class of 1979 from the U.S. Naval Academy, played sprint football and water polo. Served in U.S. Navy 20 years as a Navy Frogman/SEAL and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Officer, retiring in 1999.

Coach’s Season Outlook: First year competing at varsity level, with leading players, Matt Schrag, Troy Grahl, Eric Duong, Thomas Akerson, Kenny Winter and goalie Mike Kodis. This will be a challenging varsity season, with mostly sophomore players – but ready to play up for experience at that level. Junior varsity team consists of two grades of some standout players, including freshmen Eric Inumerable, Christian May, Nathan Nguyen and sophomores Garrett Harper, Matthew Joosten, Daniel Miziolek. Both teams are made of players devoted to hockey and they provided the initiative to get the program running at Del Norte High School.

Boys Soccer Head Coach: David O’Rielly (Additional information not available at time of print)

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Practices Begin: Nov. 13 First Game: Dec. 1 vs. Santana Coach’s Season Outlook: We are looking forward to our first varsity season. It is anticipated that over 60 players of all skill levels -- including an exceptional group of incoming freshman premier players – will be attending tryouts. Returning players that are expected to continue to contribute to the program’s excellence are the scoring combination of Hope Donovan, leading scorer from the 2009-2010 season, and Roisin Andrews, assisted by Sahar Nourani, Paris Griffith and Shea Wetzel as well as Bri Boretto and Bri Matias anchoring the back line.

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hen her daughter started kindergarten at Monterey Ridge Elementary School, 4S Ranch resident Julie Golich wanted to get involved. Now, a few years later, she definitely accomplished that goal. “I wanted to help out the school where I could,” she said. “I was the room mom for her classroom and helped out on several Parent Teacher Association committees.” Then two years ago she was approached by Alya Mansi (the current Monterey Ridge PTA president) to join the group’s board of directors, specifically to become vice president of fundraising. “It’s a lot of big project work, which I love. We fundraise in order to provide fun and educational programs – and fill gaps created by budget cuts,” said Golich. “The money we raise helps provide an art program, music program, family nights, field trips, assemblies and a physical education program.” The fundraising starts right away in the fall, according to Golich – who’s headed the effort for two years now. Among the activities: Selling “Butterfly Bucks” savings cards, conducting the annual “Fall Fundraiser” and an annual “Fun Run” in the spring. As successful as she’s been organizing the fundraising events, Golich points to another accomplishment as the one she’s most proud. “I’m most excited about a new PTA program that I helped co-found last spring, along with Evi Haux, Nicole Moore, and Susan Mahoney, one of our awesome 4th grade teachers: The PTA Garden Club,” said Golich, an avid gardener and cook. “It’s still in the beginning stages, but we have 15 plots in the 4S Ranch Community Garden across the street from the school. Our goal is to not only teach the kids about gardening, but about cooking, healthy eating and community service. It is so fun to see the kids working in the dirt; planting, watering, weeding and learning. There is such a feeling of community out in the garden.” That sense of community is important to Golich, who lives in 4S Ranch’s Evergreen development. “We have a wonderful neighborhood,” she said. “Everyone looks out for each other and

on most warm nights you can find all of us hanging out front while the kids play. We just love the feeling of community – it’s like living in a small town sandwiched in the middle of a big city.” Golich, a mother of two, arrived in the San Diego area with her family in 2006, a move necessary for husband Dan’s work. In addition to her volunteer work for the PTA, Golich continues as a classroom volunteer, is a leader of a local Brownie Girl Scout troop, and last year participated in the Susan G. Komen 3-day Walk for the Cure event. She and her family enjoy entertaining friends and visiting the San Diego Zoo, museums and other venues in the area. But it’s clear she has a passion for working with schools to provide additional opportunities for children. “A major purpose of the PTA is to nurture a relationship between home and school, where parents and teachers can work together to promote the education of our students,” Golich said. “Our PTA is wonderful. We really work as a team, pitching in and helping where needed. And the focus is on the kids.” She also noted that she’s hardly the only one doing such extensive volunteer work. “I’m really just one of many dedicated volunteers that are here first, and foremost, for our students,” she said. “I couldn’t do (fundraising) without the support from the team. And I wouldn’t want it any other way.” ¢

Our goal is to not only teach the kids about gardening, but about cooking, healthy eating and community service.

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Beautiful Setting, Plus Qualified Staff Lifetime Montessori Strives for Quality Care, High Standards

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ccording to Lifetime Montessori School officials, distinction in education is fairly simple: Provide excellence in education with a beautiful setting with Montessori Certified Materials and a highly qualified staff. Lifetime Montessori provides quality education and care for children ages 18 months through kindergarten. “We have high standards, a highly educated staff, and we are in tune with the students,” said Kristin Edwards, the school’s director. “We provide quality care for parents and their children. We find that each parent’s high standards are happily satisfied upon entering our program. Children are inspired and challenged within our loving, nurturing and stimulating environment.” Lifetime Montessori puts a premium on quality education. “A Montessori school’s main objective is to instill confidence and independence in the child,” Edwards said. “We want children to think ‘I can do that’ as they explore every environment they are in. When children feel confident and secure, they can expand their academic horizon, learning to read, write and do math.” Open 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day, the Lifetime facility offers a variety of benefits: • A highly trained teaching staff, providing excellence in education. • A beautiful environment and Montessori Certified Materials which provide a situation whereby children are excited about school. • The Montessori method of instruction, considered by many to be superior to traditional methods. “Our teachers are highly trained, and devoted to this school,” Edwards said. “The Montessori method is proven to get kids excited about learning, which means they can do amazing things at a much younger age than we would expect!” Lifetime Montessori School is an established school, and is one of four Association of Montessori International certified schools in San Diego. ¢

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LEAGUES NOW registering for Winter Youth Basketball Leagues in Carmel Valley, Rancho Bernardo, Scripps Ranch, and University City. Grades K-12. (Grades vary by location) Practices start in December!

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Points or No Points?

What Loan is Best For You? Below are a Few Pointers. No Point/No Fee Loans

Loans with Closing Costs

Benefits: The main benefit to a No Point/No Fee loan is that you have no out-of-pocket costs. As a result, if the rates drop in the future, you could refinance again without the need to take closing costs into consideration.

Benefits: The main benefit to paying closing costs and/or origination fees is that your rate is typically lower than a No Point/No Fee loan. You will end up saving a substantial amount of interest paid over time.

Disadvantages: The main disadvantage to a No Point/No Fee loan is that they are typically higher rates than loans with closing costs and/or origination fees. If you intend to keep the loan for a long period of time, you will end up paying more interests in the long run due to the higher rates.

Disadvantages: The primary disadvantage to obtaining a loan with closing costs and/or origination fees is the fact that it costs you more initially to obtain the loan. You must do a “break-even” analysis to determine whether or not the upfront fees outway the long-term savings.

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16183 Cayenne Creek Pl

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(complete list of homes sold in 92127 at www.92127magazine.com)

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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:::: HOME TIPS | from local professionals

Green and Healthy Simple tips to determine how much water your lawn needs each week Warm-Season Turfgrasses

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ow much water does a lawn OCT 88 in the Inland North San DiNOV 54 ego County require to stay healthy and thrive? DEC 42 During a recent discussion with a group of 92127 residents, it was obvious a wide range of opinions exists on the amount of daily moisture necessary. But the University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources developed some recommendations, designed to ensure the appropriate amount of watering occurs – which makes for better lawns, and conserves precious resources. These techniques are designed to help residents set up timed irrigation controllers correctly. Here are the simple steps to take:

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1. Determine what type of lawn you have. While many landscapers in the area utilize tall fescue, a wide range of grasses – from Kentucky bluegrass to bermudagrass can be found here. Take a sample to a nursery, if you’re unable to determine what’s in your yard. 2. Determine the output of your sprinklers. Simply set out six or more straight-sided containers of the same type, spaced evenly on the lawn (empty tuna cans, cat food cans or coffee mugs work well). Run the sprinklers for 20 minutes and use a ruler to measure (in inches) the depth of the water in each can. Add the depth of the water in each container and divide the total by the number of containers used to determine the “average depth”– which should then be multiplied by three to determine the number of inches of water your sprinkler system applies per hour. 3. Determine how many minutes you should water your lawn each week, using the chart on this page. 46

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In addition to utilizing the appropriate amount of water on the lawn, here are other recommendations provided by the UC team: • Deeper, less frequent irrigations are best for most lawns, as the technique promotes deeper root growth. But avoid excessive runoff. Slopes or areas with shallow soils usually need several shorter watering times. Many local lawns have cool-season grasses (such as the tall fescue), which usually respond best to more frequent irrigations. • If brown spots occur in the lawn, alter the length of watering and frequency of watering. If the spots continue, check your sprinkler system’s coverage for uniformity. Or check for clogged or broken sprinkler heads and repair (and be sure to repeat the steps to determine your system’s water output). • During periods of unseasonably high rainfall, shut off your irrigation system temporarily to conserve water and take advantage of the unexpected moisture. And extremely dry, hot or windy conditions may require extra irrigation. ¢ Source: University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. To secure additional information or a full Report on lawn watering, visit anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu.

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:::: BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT

Unique training, skilled instruction highlight Danceology’s ballet program

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Danceology Performing Arts Campus in 4S Ranch offers one of the most unique Youth Ballet Programs available, providing instructional lessons to recreational students through advanced pre-professional dancers. For ages 6 to 18 years, Danceology’s ballet instructors offer seven levels of training and all follow a similar format using the Vaganova Method, which is a Russian technique that originated in St. Petersburg. “The top two levels are structured specifically for the advanced pre-professional dancer who is looking to dance professionally or be a dance major in college,” said Elena Baltovick, ballet program director for Danceology. “Danceology’s graduating seniors of 2010 and previous dancers attended such colleges at SUNY Purchase in New York, UC Irvine, UC Berkley, Chapman University, UNLV and many more.” Baltovick began studying classical ballet at the age of nine in her native Kiev, Ukraine. She studied at the National Choreographic Ballet School of Ukraine and danced with National Theatre of Opera and Ballet. She arrived in the U.S. in 1992 to continue her study of the Vaganova Method with the Nutmeg Conservatory for the Arts in Connecticut, graduating with honors in 1994. In 1998, Baltovick graduated cum laude from the University of Hartford´s Hartt School of Music and Ballet Pedagogy with the School of the Hartford Ballet. Her repertoire includes The Nutcracker, Don 48

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Left to right: Elena Baltovick Vanessa Vargas Katie McIver

Quixote, Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty, Les Sylphides, La Bayadere, Ramonda, Paquita, and many more. While studying in Spain she received additional training in flamenco dancing. She is also certified to teach ballroom dance. Also on the ballet instructional staff are Katie McIver and Vanessa Vargas. McIver received her early training in Kentucky. Her studies of ballet, jazz, modern, lyrical and tap continued intensively with Gus Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago, Nutmeg Ballet and Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet. Katie graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Arizona, receiving her BFA in Dance. She worked professionally with Rae Ballard’s Thoughts In Motion and trained extensively at the Jose Limon Institute with Betty Jones and Risa Steinburg. She also danced as a full company member for Hannah Kahn Dance Company in Denver. Vargas has been dancing since she was 4 years old. During her dance career, Vanessa has trained with several well-respected instructors throughout November | December 2010

Southern California. She is a former award winning competition team dancer and soloist for the North County Dance Arts studio. During this time, she was also a 4-year member of the Rancho Bernardo High School dance team. In 1999, Vanessa relocated to Orange County, becoming a member of the nationally recognized and award-winning Orange Coast College and Cal State Fullerton dance teams. Danceology’s Youth Ballet Program has a number of significant accomplishments by students, including: • Nicole Davis, age 10, won the regional Youth America Grand Prix competition in 2008. She currently attends Oak Valley Middle School in 4S Ranch. • Arina Alexeeva, age 15, won a Double Platinum and 1st Overall High Score in the ballet category at Showstopper Regionals in Anaheim earlier this year. She is a student at Del Norte High School in 4S Ranch. • In 2011, Danceology dancers will compete in the YAGP in San Diego in January and in LA in February. Danceology has the largest dance studio in San Diego, featuring a 14,000 sq. ft. facility. Danceology Performing Arts Campus is located at 10750 Thornmint Road, Suite 102 in 4S Ranch. For additional information, log on to www.danceology.biz, call 858-613-1155 or email info@danceology.biz. ¢ 92127magazine.com


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:::: TRAVEL | VACATIONS

The Perfect Family Vacation? Daveys combine travel, surfing with humanitarian effort

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r. Brian Davey DDS and his wife Lisa took their two children on a memorable trip to Indonesia this year – one that combined some of the family’s passions with the opportunity to give back to humanity and the world. It was a trip the couple had made once before on their 15th wedding anniversary, to one of the poorest islands in the sprawling nation. Sumba is in eastern Indonesia, about 11,000 square kilometers in size, and has more than 600,000 people – most of whom suffer from malaria (and where the infantile death rate is dramatically high). “Last year we were looking for a vacation with both meaning and adventure,” Lisa said. “We wanted a trip that we could combine our passions of surfing and travel, and our skills to give something back. Brian had an article from 2002 that inspired us to visit Indonesia, where the Sumba Foundation had a malaria clinic that had some basic dental supplies that they could make available to visiting dentists to volunteer some time to help the people in the local villages. It was perfect.” So in September this year, the 4S Ranch couple packed up 11-yearold daughter MacKenzie and 9-year-old son Brendan and headed back. “MacKenzie is a Girl Scout and was starting her Silver Award Project. Since it was her desire to research malaria and she tied it into our trip and contacted the Sumba Foundation (an organization committed to fostering village-based projects that impact health, education, water and income-generation while respecting the fragile culture and traditions of the Sumbanese people) to see what she could do. She then proceeded to raise money to purchase malaria nets,” Lisa said. “While we were on our trip, she was able to learn about the effects of malaria firsthand and personally provide malaria nets to two entire villages. It was an amazing experience and she will continue her efforts during this year.” Not only did Brian – whose dental practice is in Torrey Highland Village Center – and the family provide basic dental services while on the island, they also participated in an ecological release of sea turtles; learned about local crafts on the island, such as basket weaving and blanket weaving; played with local children at their schools; and visted several local village markets. And they also surfed. “It was a wonderful trip and we look forward to going back again next year!” said Lisa. ¢

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4S Resident Tara Pritchett New Director of Production for 92127 Magazine

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an Diego area marketing veteran and 4S Ranch Tara Pritchett is the new Director of Production for 92127 Magazine, bringing a significant educational and marketing background to the local publication. In the new position, Pritchett will coordinate the advertising, content and production process, and be responsible for compiling a variety of materials and information for the print and multi-media products. “Having someone as talented and professional as Pritchett in this key position is integral to our future growth,” said Publisher Derrick Breaux, who recently announced the addition of the new position. “Her advertising and marketing experience, extensive ties and involvement with the community, and extensive education will allow 92127 Magazine to provide a superior level of service to local businesses and readers that is unsurpassed.” Born in San Diego and raised in Encinitas, Pritchett graduated from Southern Methodist University with a psychology degree and minor in advertising. In addition to securing her certificate in Meeting and Event Planning from San Diego State University, she also completed her masters degree in elementary education at the University of North Florida. Pritchett’s professional background is wide ranging, including corporate event planning and teaching fifth grade. Most

recently, she was a marketing assistant planning sales meetings and events on an international level for a professional marketing firm. Previously, she worked at Newland Communities in intranet communications for 4S Ranch. A 4S Ranch resident since 2005, Pritchett feels that working with 92127 Magazine only enhances her devotion to family and community. “I am thrilled to be working with such a tightknit group of people with a passion for the area,” she said. “This opportunity is both professionally and personally exciting for me and I am eager to be a part of the team!” Pritchett and her husband Jack have three daughters attending local schools. Both are involved in a number of community organizations and activities. She is also the Sunday School Director at her local church. ¢

DANCE! MUSIC! THEATRE! Providing the youth of San Diego with quality instruction in a professional studio environment

Fun,Challenging Programs for Students of All Ages! • Quality instructors with extensive experience • State-of-the-art campus, with the largest dance facility in San Diego!

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Kids Fitness - 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month at 10:30 a.m. Personal trainer Andrea exercises with kids ages 18 months to 5 years.

Baby & Me Fitness - 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month at 10:30 a.m. Personal trainer Andrea exercises with moms while entertaining babies 4 weeks to 1 year.

Preschool Story Time & Literacy Craft with Mrs. Z - Fridays at 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.

Friends of the Library Meeting - 4th Wednesday of the month Baby Story Time - Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. Pe-walking babies only. One-on-one lapsit activity which introduces stories and songs.

Play to Learn Preschool Time with Teacher Lee - Toddler Time: Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. Preschool Time: Thursdays at 12:30 p.m. Music, Stories, Art and Fun! www.teacherlee.com

Chess Club - every Saturday at 3 p.m. For children and teens.

Teen Time - Tuesdays at 4-5 p.m. (see website for other teen activities)

Spanish Bilingual Story Time - 2nd & 4th Monday of the month at 10 a.m. Spanish bilingual story and craft for children.

For more information and the latest events: www.4sRanchLibrary.blogspot.com www.4sRanchLibraryTeens.blogspot.com

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