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:::: FROM THE PUBLISHER

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Publisher Derrick Breaux Director of Business Development Jessica Breaux Associate Editors Lainey Kral Randi Cantrell Shyanne Lopez

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t would be nearly impossible for me to say how many times people ask me if I know of a good contractor. A good painter. A solar company to call for an estimate. A handyman. A flooring company. A plumber. The list goes on and on. Everyone that knows me understands that I like to build stuff – or have stuff built for me when possible. As a kid growing up in EVERYTHING Texas, that’s just what people did. If a family HOMEZ MAGAZINE member needed to add a room onto their house, the entire family got together for a couple of months in the afternoons after their day jobs and built the room addition. I grew up thinking that everyone knew how to build stuff. It wasn’t until I moved out to Southern California as a teenager that I realized that this wasn’t the “norm” everywhere. When I talked to people about my experience helping to install a roof on my uncle’s house as a young teenager, I think most people thought I was making it up. For the past couple of years, I have been talking to 92130 Magazine readers about this issue. Everyone seemed to agree that it is often difficult to find reliable contractors, home-related products, and Derrick Breaux similar services. The general consensus was that it would be extremely Publisher convenient to have a section within the pages of this magazine that focused specifically on the home. So, today I am proud to officially introduce to you Everything Homez Magazine – a magazine within the pages of 92130 Magazine (see page 61). The goal of Everything Homez is to provide you with information on all types of products and services related to the home improvement industry. The Everything Homez section will be in every issue moving forward. You can expect to see the number of pages grow as businesses that fall within the “homez” category commit to participating – it is destined to become the ultimate ‘go-to’ resource for home improvement. Our ZCode Media team will be working diligently to seek out additional businesses in all subcategories of Everything Homez. However, if you know of a great company that fits in this category that you would like to refer, please send them our way. It’s always good to work with companies that come highly recommended by you! If you have a home improvement project in the works, please check out Everything Homez to see if there is a local company that can assist. GUID E TO EVER YTHIN G

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

The Del Mar and Solana Beach Fire Departments work throughout the year to prevent disaster. Del Sol Magazine speaks with each fire captain about how their teams help keep Del Sol and surrounding communities safe.

Local Stories. Local Photos.

GIVING BACK TO THE PLANET

Zelda Waxenberg is an entrepreneur, sustainable real estate developer, and community activist. She chats with us about how she pursues her passion for sustainability.

VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR

Del Mar resident Kimberly Godwin is the North County Philanthropy Council’s 2015 Volunteer of the Year. We offer insight on her work with the San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy.

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92129 MAGAZINE FOSTERING FUN & FITNESS

The Rancho Family YMCA’s facility provides opportunities for members of all ages. 92129 Magazine gets the scoop on their mission, programs, and impact from Membership Engagement Director Monica Duggan.

EVERY STORY MATTERS

Edward Cox encourages everyone to share their life’s chapters by helping to develop the everyStory app. We offer a look into what inspired him to get involved with the project.

MAKING HISTORY

Westview High School students Brooke, Lindsay, and Sarah have launched their own webcomic based on the Civil War. 92129 Magazine learns more about their artistic collaboration.

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92024 MAGAZINE THE REST IS HISTORY The Encinitas Historical Society makes sure the deep roots of 92024 are preserved. Join along as President Carolyn Cope provides 92024 Magazine with a history lesson.

92009 MAGAZINE FULL SPEED AHEAD 92009 Magazine speaks with Carlsbad Youth Lacrosse President and Head Coach Chris Scheriff to learn how the organization helps local athletes foster a love for the fastest game on two feet.

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ROTARY IN RANCHO BERNARDO 92128 Magazine explores how Rotary Club of Rancho Bernardo and Rotary Club of Rancho Bernardo Sunrise unite local community members to serve diverse causes around the world.

92127 MAGAZINE SOARING SUPPORT

92127 Magazine’s conversation with PTSA President Judy Simeroth and Foundation President Jeff Erwin illustrates how each organization helps Nighthawks soar at Del Norte High School.

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:::: COMMUNITY CALENDAR

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FEBRUARY

ONGOING

FEB. 1 – 29

FEB. 27

Half-off admissions to museums throughout San Diego Pick up a free pass at any local Macy’s store www.sandiegomuseumcouncil.org

8 – 11 a.m. | Griset Branch www.bgcsandieguito.org

MACY’S MUSEUM MONTH

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF SAN DIEGUITO’S ANNUAL PANCAKE BREAKFAST

TUESDAYS TORREY PINES TOASTMASTERS Learn to speak with confidence and poise in front of an audience 12 p.m. | Vistage International www.tptm.info

FEB. 2

FEB. 27 – 28

GROUNDHOG DAY

SILVER BAY KENNEL CLUB DOG SHOW

THURSDAYS TOASTMASTERS – HIFI SPEAKERS

FEB. 4 – 6

See website for times | Del Mar Fairgrounds www.delmarfairgrounds.com

Learn to speak with confidence and poise in front of an audience 12 p.m. | 3661 Valley Centre Dr. Suite 400 www.hifispeakers.toastmastersclubs.org

CCA ENVISION DANCE CONSERVATORY’S ALICE LOST IN WONDERLAND Times vary | Canyon Crest Academy www.cca-envision.org

FEB. 8

CHINESE NEW YEAR

FEB. 14

VALENTINE’S DAY

FEB. 16

PRESIDENTS DAY

FEB. 19 – 27

MARCH MARCH 6

THE POTTERWALK Journey through various settings of Harry Potter’s world to enjoy food, games, music, and a Quidditch match; proceeds benefit Carmel Valley Branch Library 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. | Canyon Crest Academy www.potterwalk.weebly.com

MARCH 10 – 19

CCA ENVISION THEATRE PRESENTS THE DROWSY CHAPERONE

CCA ENVISION THEATRE PRESENTS THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

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MARCH 13

FEB. 20

CCA 5TH ANNUAL WRITER’S CONFERENCE 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. | Canyon Crest Academy www.ccawritersconference2016.weebly.com

DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME BEGINS

MARCH 14 – 18

SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S WEEK Event locations and times vary; see website www.sdwomensweek.com

MARCH 17

ST. PATRICK’S DAY

MARCH 27 EASTER

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CARMEL VALLEY CERTIFIED FARMERS MARKET 2:30 – 7 p.m. | Canyon Crest Academy Parking Lot www.carmelvalleycertifiedfarmersmarket.com

TORCH CLUB LEADERSHIP PROGRAM (AGES 11-13) 4 p.m. | The Boys & Girls Club of San Dieguito Polster Branch www.bgcsandieguito.org

FRIDAYS TOASTMASTERS – B.I.A. CLUB Learn to speak with confidence and poise in front of an audience 7 a.m. | 12780 Highbluff Dr. Suite 130 www.6398.toastmastersclubs.org

DEL MAR-SOLANA BEACH ROTARY CLUB MEETING 7 – 8:30 a.m. | Morgan Run Club & Resort www.dmsbrotary.com

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:::: SPORTS REGISTRATION & ANNOUNCEMENTS

BADMINTON OPEN PLAY BADMINTON Mondays: 6:15 – 7:45 p.m. Thursdays: 12 – 3:30 p.m. Carmel Valley Recreation Center www.cvsd.com/cv-rec-center-open-gym

BASEBALL CARMEL VALLEY YOUTH BASEBALL LEAGUE Spring 2016 Season Registration Open Season begins Feb. 27; register online www.carmelvalleyyouthbaseball.com

BASKETBALL MEN’S BASKETBALL LEAGUE Tuesday nights For information contact Lance at 619-991-8902 www.sandiegoabl.com

OPEN PLAY BASKETBALL Free play basketball is available both inside and outside on a first-come, first-served basis Monday to Friday: 12 – 8 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Ocean Air Community Park www.sandiego.gov

TENNIS OPEN PLAY TENNIS COURTS

EXTREME SPORTS SKATE PARK OPEN HOURS Daily 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. | Carmel Valley Recreation Center www.sandiego.gov

8 a.m. – 10 p.m. | Carmel Valley Community Park 8 a.m. – 9:45 p.m. | Canyonside Community Park www.sandiego.gov

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Wednesdays: 12 – 1:15 p.m. Thursdays: 3:30 – 5:45 p.m. Fridays: 1:30 – 3 p.m. Carmel Valley Recreation Center www.cvsd.com/cv-rec-center-open-gym

Participants are required to set up and break down nets and poles Monday to Friday: 12 – 8 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Ocean Air Community Park www.sandiego.gov

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The Davodi-Far-Wu Family Embraces Their Multi-Cultural Heritage by JENNIFER FRAKES | photo by Zeena Gregg Photography

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or the Davodi-Far-Wu family, embracing the many cultures of the world is a way of life. “I am Iranian, while David is half Chinese, part French, and part Dutch. Our boys are a blend, so we focus on exposing them to their family’s ethnic backgrounds and heritages. They attend both Chinese school and Iranian school, so they are studying those languages

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as a part of their everyday learning. Wherever life’s journey takes our boys, if they can speak multiple languages, then they can connect with a greater number of people,” related Maryam Davodi-Far. Maryam, a professor at National University, and David, who works for a Fortune 500 company, met in the mid-1990s while

working at UCSD’s School of Medicine. Both Maryam and David have a passion for learning and continuing their educations. Maryam holds a doctorate degree in public administration and is currently a psychotherapist-in-training, working on her licensure. David earned a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology, a master’s degree in business administration,

David Wu and Maryam Davodi-Far Jet (4th grade, Barnard Asian Pacific Language Academy, Golden Dragon After School Program, Iranian School of San Diego), Taj (Kindergarten, Barnard Asian Pacific Language Academy, Golden Dragon After School Program, Iranian School of San Diego) Carmel Valley Maryam – San Diego; David – Los Angeles David – Attorney and Philanthropist; Maryam – Professor, Philanthropist, and Psychotherapist-in-Training

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and also a juris doctorate. They have passed on their love of learning and personal growth to their two sons, Jet and Taj. “Jet is nine years old and loves to fence at Team Touché. He has an innate curiosity and loves science and art. Taj is five years old and loves soccer and chess. He also enjoys drawing and creates story boards of his own “Wherever life’s journey takes our comics,” revealed Maryam. boys, if they can speak multiple Giving back to the community is important to languages, then they can connect the Davodi-Far-Wu family with a greater number of people.” and they strongly believe in the philosophy, “Create – Maryam Davodi-Far goodness. Live well.” In 2004, David and Maryam cofounded Cancer Coping Center, a volunteer-run, nonprofit organization. “This group of professionals volunteers their time and expertise in order to help relieve the suffering of those afflicted with cancer by providing coping strategies for patients, families, and caregivers,” explained Maryam. In addition to school, work, and volunteer endeavors, the DavodiFar-Wu family enjoys spending time with one another. “We keep our calendar manageable and do not overcommit ourselves. Evenings throughout the week are set aside for family time, homework, and time to rest. We take a break from cooking during the weekends and enjoy going to some of our favorite restaurants,” stated Maryam. The family also attends meetings and events for the San Diego Bonsai Club, enjoys gem and rock collecting, traveling, and spending time at Torrey Pines State Beach, their favorite San Diego area beach. 

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A Novel Idea CARMEL VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT PUBLISHES HER SECOND BOOK photo by ZEENA GREGG PHOTOGRAPHY

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resident and young author Sahana Kumar has released the second installment in her fantasy series, The Champion of Zairon. The sequel, titled The Rain of Blood, is a follow-up of her premiere novel, The Cave of Mystic Dreams. The series follows three heroes on a fantastical quest to save Earth. Along the way, they encounter heart-stopping dangers, challenges, and monsters at every turn. Sahana’s books are aimed at readers ranging from elementary to high school age. Sahana, a ninth-grader, has wanted to be a writer since her elementary schools days and has done all that she could to make her dreams a reality, with the help of her supportive family. “I always loved reading, even when I was very small, and I think after a while writing became a natural extension of that. For the longest time, I was under this impression that kids couldn’t write books,” Sahana explained. “I think one day in fourth grade it just kind of struck me like ‘Hey, maybe I can do this too,’ and that same day I picked up a pen and started to write.” She was inspired to continue honing her writing skills by her parents and sister. “My family is amazingly, incredibly supportive. Almost more than I would have thought possible,” said Sahana. “Neither of my parents are writers but from the beginning they have been the biggest supporters of my writings. They both work really hard on making sure my books come out looking as professional as possible.” For now,

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Balance Student Star Emily Kogan Blends a Passion for Science With a Love of the Arts and Community Involvement by KELLEY GUSICH | photo by Zeena Gregg Photography

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t 11, Emily Kogan moved from New Jersey to Carmel Valley. Her favorite thing about the area is its proximity to everything. A sophomore at CCA, Emily loves how her teachers have pushed her and made her more interested in pursuing her studies, but as far as subjects go, she loves the sciences the most. “I love learning about genetics especially,” she said. “I think it’s amazing that a whole human being comes out of a code of DNA made up of only four main building blocks!” This summer Emily attended the Congress of Future Scientists and Technologists in Boston. She got a chance to hear from many successful scientists, including Nobel Laureates, entrepreneurs, inventors, and researchers. The speech she found most relevant was given by scientist and researcher Dr. J. Craig Venter – a fellow San Diegan. His genetics research really struck her. “My mouth was hanging open the whole time!” she exclaimed. “I want to make equally monumental additions to the fields of science and technology.”

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Aside from her studies, Emily loves to have fun. She’s part of the prestigious dance program at CCA, currently in the advanced class. “I absolutely love to perform!” She’s also vice president of the Pennies 4 Pets club at school and volunteers with the Helen Woodward Animal Shelter. Her perfectionistic tendencies and curiosity keep her busy and happy. She taught herself how to edit videos over the summer and learned to code in Java. This resulted in her making some funny short movies of penguins dancing. She also is learning to animate pictures just by writing code. “I’m just curious about how everything works,” Emily laughed, “and love learning new interesting facts or tidbits.” She’d like to thank her parents, school teachers, gymnastics coaches, and dance teachers “for shaping me into the person I am today and pushing me to always be motivated in everything I do.” Emily hopes for a future in biomedicine and genetics. “I find it fascinating,” she shared, “and I believe you can really help people and humanity through studying science.” Emily would like to share this advice with other students: “I know a lot of you feel the pressure to know exactly what you want to do in life, get perfect grades, and things like that. My advice is just to find what you like and stick with it – but be a kid while you can!” 

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Sanity-Saving Tips for Parents

by KIRSTEN STARR, M.D.; Private Internal Medicine Center, Scripps Clinic

Parenting is one of the most rewarding jobs in the world, but it can also be stressful and exhausting. Fortunately, there are ways to stay calm, sane, and stress-free in the midst of normal family chaos. These nine tips should help you recharge: Drink plenty of water. Mild dehydration can affect your body before you realize you are thirsty. Lack of water can cause headaches, fatigue, and lack of energy. Stay away from junk food. When you’re tired and hungry, it’s easy to reach for unhealthy snacks, but don’t neglect your diet. As a general rule, try to eat something every two to four hours, and select low-calorie snacks, such as nuts, fruit, and cut-up veggies. An expanding waistline will only add to your stress and your mood swings.

Get out of the house. Even if you are exhausted, go outside for a rejuvenating walk because fresh air and exercise can help put everything in perspective. Let out your creative self. Create something each day, even if it is just an idea or dream. This will help you stay connected to yourself. Ask for support. Don’t be afraid to reach out to others for support, even if that is as simple as calling a friend or checking out a blog. Arrange for a babysitting swap with friends, or ask a trusted family member to watch the little ones while you exercise or get some sleep. Laugh. Laughter is good for you and your family. Laughter reduces your stress by increasing the endorphins to your brain and relaxing your muscles. It should be easy to find humor in the antics of your little ones. Be grateful. Try writing down three things every day for which you are thankful. Having an attitude of gratitude provides perspective and brings you to the present. Take time for yourself. Understand that you most likely won’t finish everything on your “To Do” list – ever. So take time each day to do

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something you like and that brings you joy. Some parents wake up before the family to read and enjoy a cup of uninterrupted coffee or tea. You may choose to carve out some time to meditate, take a bath, or simply listen to music. Play with your kids. Have some stress relievers you can do with your children, such as drawing, blowing bubbles, dancing, and playing with pets. Stroking the cat, feeding hay to the bunny, playing catch at the park with the dog, or even watching fish glide in an aquarium can reduce stress and can also teach your children to care for others. Raising a family has its challenges, but learning to relax and giving up the idea of perfection will let you and your children enjoy the ride, bumps and all. 

Kirsten Starr, M.D., provides concierge medical services at the Private Internal Medicine Center (PIMC) at Scripps Clinic in Carmel Valley. Dr. Starr offers personalized primary care to a limited number of patients who are members of PIMC. When not caring for her patients, she enjoys outdoor activities, such as competitive sailing and surfing, and music.


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:::: COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER

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taking pictures and fundraising is being done.” Her most recent volunteer efforts began last year when her daughter Sydney started middle school and Shari started lending her time to Carmel Valley Middle School. “Whenever help is needed at Carmel Valley Middle School I always make myself available,” stated Shari. “Selling PE clothes the first week of school or handing out info for red ribbon week.” It was around this same time that Shari learned of another organization: Female Athlete Volunteers (FAV), a locally-based teen organization connecting female athletes with volunteer opportunities to support the community. “FAV was started by two young ladies from Carmel Valley and it has turned into a program of more than 100 girls from seventh grade through high school who do a variety of volunteering

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within San Diego and Carmel Valley,” described Shari. “Taking a car-load of seventh and eighth graders to play bingo with senior citizens or assembling and passing out over 700 burritos to homeless people downtown is very rewarding.” This past spring, Shari was asked by FAV to do a fundraiser for a local teen with cystic fibrosis. “With the money we raised,” she explained, “this helped send this young lady on her wish of a European vacation.” Volunteering is clearly a significant part of Shari’s life, but perhaps even more important is her wish to be a positive influence on her daughter. “I believe in giving back when I can,” shared Shari. “When my daughter sees me volunteering, she sees that I care. The importance of paying it forward is something I want her to understand.” 


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dental implant is an artificial titanium fixture that is placed surgically into the jaw bone to substitute for a missing tooth and its roots. There are different types of dental implants ranging from blade to cylinder to screw type, with the screw type being the most commonly accepted design nowadays. Titanium is the ninth most abundant metal on Earth. It has a light weight, is resistant to corrosion, and is biocompatible with living tissue. Swedish surgeon Dr. Per-Ingvar Branemark discovered that when titanium makes contact with living bone tissue, they grow together to form a permanent adhesion. He named this process osseointegration. Osseointegration – defined as direct structural and functional connection between ordered, living bone and the surface of a load carrying implant – belongs to the category of primary bone healing. Right after implant placement, the inflammatory bone healing phase takes place. This is followed by the proliferative phase where

initial bone, known as woven bone, is formed four to six weeks after the implant placement surgery. This bone is low in density but forms rapidly. The third phase is the maturation phase, where osteoid type bone deposited. Loading the implant (using the implant) stimulates transformation from woven bone to lamellar bone. This bone is the weight-bearing bone that is formed; lastly, the resorption and remodeling phase occurs throughout the lifetime of the implant. The implant complex is composed of multitudes of structures: bone tissue, implant, abutment, abutment screw, prosthetic superstructure, retention screw, esthetic facing, chewing surface. Bone tissue, placement of implant, and generally the healing abutment is dealt with by a surgeon or the implant placing practitioner; the rest of the structures are dealt with by the restoring dentist. Your surgeon and restoring dentist work together to provide the best coordinated care. Most people are candidates for dental implants except for a small group of patients who are compromised medically and/or

dentally, demonstrating delayed healing such as immunosuppression, antimetabolic treatment, or uncontrolled diabetes. It takes time for dental implant dentistry to take place due to the rules of the physiology of osseointegration. Conventionally, after a tooth is extracted, with or without bone grafting, it takes about three to four months until the site is ready for the actual implant placement. This time period might slightly vary depending on the quality of the patient’s existing bone quality. Following the dental implant placement, roughly another four months is needed for osseointegration of the titanium to the native bone due to laws of bone physiology. Then the patient’s restoring dentist works on the actual delivery of the crown, which is the only visible portion of this complex. There are also other variations of treatment in regards to dental implant placement and bone grafting, these are discussed on a case by case basis with a patient’s restoring dentist and surgeon working together to reach a customized outcome at the patient’s best interest.

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:::: COMMUNITY STUFF Local Student Honored by CNN

Isaiah Granet is making 92130 proud with the national recognition he has received for his work with The San Diego Chill, the nonprofit he founded in 2013. A 10th grader at Pacific Ridge School, Isaiah was given the title of CNN Heroes Young Wonder during a tribute recently broadcasted live from New York City. He was brought on stage by CNN’s Anderson Cooper to receive a standing ovation from a star-studded crowd. The San Diego Chill’s mission is to provide children ages seven to 13 with developmental disabilities, such as autism or Down syndrome, with the opportunity to learn to skate and play ice hockey as part of a team. “I wanted to give back to my community,” Isaiah explained. “As an avid hockey player, I was stunned when I realized there were kids who would never have the opportunity to experience the sport I love.” The program is free for all participants, made possible by donations and volunteers. Learn more at www.sandiegochill.org.

CCA and TPHS Rank As Top Schools

Niche, a free online resource for those deciding what communities to live in or what schools to attend, recently released its 2016 list of Best Public High Schools in California. The list ranks the best schools in the state based on test scores, college readiness, graduation rates, teacher quality, student and parent reviews, and more. Local high schools Canyon Crest Academy (CCA) and Torrey Pines High School (TPHS) both managed to claim a spot on the list, which featured more than 17,000 schools. Coming in at number five overall, CCA outranked thousands of other schools with its academics, resources, teachers, and safety, which all received an A grade from Niche. TPHS ranked at 30 on the list, with its academics and teacher quality each receiving an A+. To calculate rankings and grade the schools, Niche obtained their statistics from the U.S. Department of Education. For more information on the list visit www.k12.niche.com.

92130 Student on Stage

RAPA’s Winter Wonderland Showcase

The Royal Academy of Performing Arts (RAPA) recently produced their Winter Wonderland 2015 performances during the holiday season at the Mandeville Auditorium in La Jolla. The matinee and evening performances were enjoyed by 1,500 attendees. The Winter Wonderland showcase consisted of two main sequences: The Nutcracker ballet followed by RAPA’s dance company showcase. Combined, the ballet and showcase added up to a two hour experience, featuring high-quality and professional choreography, scenery, costumes, and backdrops. “The talent, choreography, and professional organization on display made me very, very proud,” said RAPA Owner and Director Francine Garton. “Our fantastic faculty did a remarkable job once again and our dancers were superb.” Some of the evening’s proceeds benefited The Monarch School for Homeless Children and Rady Children’s Hospital. For more information visit www.rapasd.com or www.royaldanceacademy.com.

Giving Back to Military Families

Dance Hearts, a nonprofit created by North Coast DanceArts, Inc. dancers and their families, invited the community to join them in being a part of The Big Thank You 2015. The annual event is put on every year by the Bells of Freedom program and serves military families that face financial challenges during the holiday season. The program provides an opportunity for supporters to sponsor a military family that is in need of an emotional, spiritual, or financial helping hand for the season. The Big Thank You 2015 delivered food and goods to Marine and Navy families at Camp Pendleton in early December. Ultimately, more than 750 people were fed during the event and over 85 families were sponsored, receiving holiday gifts from Santa and those who donated time and funds to the cause. For more information on Dance Hearts and Bells of Freedom visit www.bellsoffreedom.org or contact bellsoffreedomus@aol.com.

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Twenty Carmel Valley residents recently took to the stage in J*Company’s production of Seussical, Jr. Each performer contributed their skills to help make up a cast of talented young actors. The show was a colorful, comedic take on Dr. Seuss’s classic characters, featuring Horton the Elephant, the Cat in the Hat, and other reader favorites.“There was always a lesson to be learned in Dr. Seuss’s books,” said Artistic Director Joey Landwehr. “And those lessons are still relevant, if not more so, in today’s world. We’re proud to have our talented cast of kids presenting these lessons.” Seussical, Jr. opened in mid-January and ran throughout the rest of the month. All performances took place at the David and Dorothea Garfield Theatre at the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center. J*Company is based out of the center. To learn more about the performance and upcoming productions visit www.jcompanysd.org.

Amazon’s Prime Now Launches Locally

Amazon Inc. announced that its Prime Now one-hour delivery service is expanding to 92130. This service is offered exclusively to Prime members and, through their mobile app, it provides one-hour delivery on tens of thousands of daily essentials. San Diego customers can even purchase groceries, fresh produce, prepared meals, and baked goods, delivered from local markets. “We are excited to bring Prime Now to San Diego, offering ultra-fast delivery from favorite local stores,” said Simoina Vasen, a spokesperson from Amazon’s Prime Now service. “Whether you’re ordering your groceries from Sprouts Farmers Market, cupcakes from Sprinkles Cupcakes, groceries and prepared foods from Bristol Farms, or fresh meats and tortillas from Northgate Gonzalez Market, Prime Now delivers these stores right to your door in as little as an hour.” In San Diego, Prime Now is available seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Learn more at www.amazon.com/primenow.


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Carmel Valley resident George Lai has been welcomed as one of four new additions to the board of directors for Voices for Children (VFC), a nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of abused children by providing them with Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs). George currently serves as the President of the Lily Lai Foundation, a private foundation in San Diego that upholds its charitable mission to support cancer research, education, and nutrition benefitting disadvantaged women and children. VFC’s board is typically comprised of community and business leaders who are responsible for financial oversight, goal-setting, policy development, and fundraising. Members of the board meet regularly to review programs and make policy decisions. They dedicate additional time to attending Voices for Children outreach, fundraising events, and CASA graduation celebrations. For more information on VFC visit www.speakupnow.org.

Supervisor Dave Roberts has officially been elected to the position of First Vice President of the California State Association of Counties (CSAC). Elected during the association’s 121st annual meeting, Dave is looking forward to working on behalf of all 58 California counties on important issues such as health care, public safety, transportation, and the environment. The CSAC, based in Sacramento, represents the interests of county government before the state Legislature, Congress, and state and federal administrative agencies. Other San Diego County Supervisors who have held leadership positions in the CSAC include Supervisor Greg Cox, who was CSAC President in 2005, and former Supervisor Leon Williams, who was CSAC President in 1993. “I look forward to working collaboratively with colleagues across the state to ensure that our counties can meet the needs of our growing and diverse population,” said Dave. For more information visit www.counties.org.

Northwestern Division Gets Life-Saving AEDs photo by Zeena Gregg Photography

The San Diego Police Department’s Northwestern Division recently received 14 automated external defbrillators (AED), delivered by City Councilman Mark Kersey and City Council President Sherri Lightner, from San Diego Fire-Rescue’s Project Heartbeat. The Northwestern Division has now joined the SDPD’s Northeastern Division in having each of their patrol cars equipped with the life-saving technology, which is used to treat sudden cardiac arrest by transmitting electric shocks to the heart. Funding for the AEDs was authorized by Councilman Mark and Council President Sherri through their respective Community Programs, Projects and Services (CPPS) funds. The Northwestern Division serves a population of 70,822 and encompasses an area of 41.6 square miles including the communities of Black Mountain Ranch, Carmel Valley, and Sorrento Valley. For more information about the division visit www.sandiego.gov.

High school juniors Linette Pan and Rachel Hong have decided to pass their love for learning math on to local middle school students. Linette and Rachel, both residents of 92130 and students at The Bishop’s School, took it upon themselves to found the first Bishop’s Middle School Math Club. They wanted to established a math program for middle schoolers to pursue advanced math outside of class. Now, their club meets two days a week to conduct math-themed lessons and activities with 30 middle school students. In addition to the math club on their campus, Linette and Rachel have become organizers for the San Diego Middle School Math Field Day. Any local middle school student can sign up to participate through their school. “Organizing Math Field Day allowed us an opportunity to give back to our community as a whole and leave a greater mark on the San Diego math community,” said Linette and Rachel. Learn more at www.sdmathfieldday.com.

92130 resident and business woman Melissa Cizauskas founded the Bay Club Women’s Entrepreneurs Networking Group to allow local women from all fields and professions to educate and inspire each other while making lifelong friendships. The idea behind the group came to Melissa after speaking with women she saw on a regular basis, but rarely had the chance to talk to. “We get so busy day-to-day that, although we often see the same people in our wonderful Carmel Valley Del Mar area, we don’t really take the time to know one another,” said Melissa. Now, the networking group meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at the Bay Club of Carmel Valley. During meetings, each member takes turns sharing new information with the group, with an opportunity for open networking at the end. Often, the club is treated to guest speakers. The club also holds events outside the meetings that are open to women from surrounding communities. To learn more contact Melissa at 858-353-6985.

Local Students Exhibit Musical Excellence

The Royal Conservatory Music Development Program is a national effort that encourages musical excellence across the U.S. Their program provides a recognized national standard of success in music study from beginner to advanced levels, and two of their most recent top scorers hail from Carmel Valley. Eleven-year-old Nithin Chilakapati has won the national gold medal for scoring the top mark in the country on the level 3 flute assessment. Fellow 92130 resident Praveena Ratnavel, 12, has earned the top mark in California on the level 5 flute assessment. Each student received their respective prizes at a recital and award ceremony in Los Angeles in January. The Royal Conservatory Music Development Program allows students to measure and celebrate accomplishment and track their progress across the country. All students and teachers across the United States are invited to participate. To learn more visit www.musicdevelopmentprogram.org.

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Dr. Curtis Chan, DDS and His Team Help Patients Achieve the Smile They’ve Always Wanted by JENNIFER FRAKES

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Curtis L. Chan, DDS and his team pride themselves on building long-term relationships with patients that will lead them on the path to optimal dental health and a beautiful smile. Dr. Chan is also committed to maintaining a calm and engaging demeanor that makes dental patients feel comfortable and anxietyfree. “Helping patients feel at ease about their dental care quickly helps them to build trust with our team. Our patients are part of our dental family, and each one is given special and individualized attention in a stress-free, professional manner,” related Dr. Chan. In addition to preventative dental care, Dr. Chan also provides cosmetic dentistry, Invisalign,

and treatments to overcoming snoring and obstructive sleep apnea. Dr. Chan opened his dental practice in 1986, shortly after he graduated from

“Our patients are part of our dental family, and each one is given special and individualized attention in a stress-free, professional manner.” – Dr. Chan.

dental school at Loma Linda University. “As a California native, I knew I wanted to build a

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dental business close to the ocean with the best climate conditions. I knew San Diego was the place when I accompanied my father to a medical conference here,” said Dr. Chan. In 2012, Dr. Chan relocated the practice to a new state-of-the-art facility in Del Mar. Keeping up-to-date on the latest technology in the field of dentistry is important to Dr. Chan and his staff. They regularly attend continuing education classes, dental conventions, and seminars to ensure that patients receive the best dental care possible. According to Dr. Chan, this dedication to understanding the constantly improving dental practices and procedures carries over to the cutting edge facility and dental equipment, which features the latest in modern oral

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healthcare technology. The practice also uses technology to keep patients happy and comfortable during dental procedures. “Personal video display glasses are available with hundreds of movies that can be viewed while your dental care needs are met,” stated Dr. Chan. Dr. Chan is excited to announce the newly acquired practice of long time Carmel Valley dentist, Dr. James Loye. The doctors have known each other for more than 30 years and are classmates from Loma Linda University Dental School. Dr. Chan and his dental team warmly welcome all new patients to his practice. Dr. Chan is a long-standing member of many dental organizations, including the San Diego and California Dental Societies, the American Dental Association and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He and his wife, Mae, have four children and reside in Carmel Valley. In addition to practicing dentistry and spending time with his family, Dr. Chan is in his 30th season playing cello as a member of the La Jolla Symphony and Chorus. For more information about Dr. Chan and his expert staff visit www.curtischandds.com. 

Years in Position: 30 Year of Establishment: 1986 Address: 12835 Pointe Del Mar Way Suite #3, Del Mar CA 92014 Website: www.CurtisChanDDS.com Email: admin@curtischandds.com Phone: 858-481-9090 Description of Business: State-of-the-art dental facility where only the best in dental care is provided. From cleaning your teeth to comprehensive plans to restore your dental health to its highest level, Dr. Chan and his team will help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.

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here is something to be said for living in a community that offers many opportunities for adventure, dining, cultural experiences, and healthy living. We have selected an array of locations in and around the 92130 area that are places we hope you have either frequented on a regular basis, or have had the pleasure to experience once or twice. If you haven’t had the chance to check out one of our suggested hot spots, clear up your schedule, grab your friends and family, and hit the town. You won’t have far to go because, really, it’s all right here.

Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve How’s the view from up there?

While heading northwest on Carmel Valley Rd., the sight of towering cliffs and trees – specifically, Torrey pines – overlooking the ocean is hard to miss. Located directly west of the Carmel Valley community, Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve attracts people from all over the world, let alone San Diego. With its prime hiking trails, breathtaking viewpoints, and breezy climate, the reserve is the perfect setting for a morning run or afternoon getaway. Being only a five to 10-minute drive away, the reserve’s location is especially accessible to 92130 residents. Waste no time and check out the reserve the next time you get a hankering for a close-to-home adventure.

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Have you been to the top, under it, or around that yet? It is a great feeling when you can say you’ve accomplished a trek – you have blazed the trail. The hiking and outdoor opportunities in the local communities are endless, and they cater to people of all ages and capabilities. Take an afternoon to hit one of the trails we recommend. You’ll be glad you did. •

BLACK MOUNTAIN OPEN SPACE PARK

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Where can you get some quality time with man’s best friend? If your four-legged friend could talk, he would most definitely thank you for taking him out to get some fresh air at 92130’s Torrey Pines Dog Park. There’s nothing better than playing some catch and making new friend with canines and their human companions. The park itself is very large and offers two different sections: one made of dirt and the other, grass. While your dog may come home with a little dirt on his paws, he’ll be happily tuckered-out.

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Farmers Market Doesn’t it always taste better when you add something fresh? Not only does 92130’s Pacific Highlands Certified Farmers Market bring delight in food, it also brings patrons entertainment, music, and a variety of activities. The certified title ensures that the produce is grown locally, sold by the grower, and meets all State quality standards. Whether you are visiting on any given Thursday afternoon to grab some fresh produce, learn a cooking technique, enjoy the cuisine from a food truck, or listen to some tunes, you are in for a treat. PACIFIC HIGHLANDS CERTIFIED FARMERS MARKET Thursdays: 2:30 – 7 p.m. Canyon Crest Academy

Outdoor Dining Would you prefer to sit inside or out?

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The European craze of outdoor dining has been welcomed with open arms. With the exceptional year-round weather that San Diego boasts, it’s no wonder outdoor restaurants have become so popular. Sitting with friends or family and watching the world go by is a delight to most folks. The following local venues allow you to take a moment to relax and unwind in a casual, delightful outdoor atmosphere – not to mention the delicious cuisine and tasty beverages they serve up. •

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Bernardo Winery Where can you find old world charm?

Nearby Bernardo Winery, family-owned for three generations and 125 years old, is a full-time winemaking facility with an inviting and pleasant tasting room that is open to the public on a daily basis. Ross Rizzo, Jr. is keeping his father and grandfather’s legacies alive by adding new varietals and winemaking techniques to the company’s repertoire, while paying tribute to the old ways. The winery is home to more than 12 village shops, artisan galleries and workspaces, a coffee shop, full service salon, and an awardwinning cafe, all tucked into the architecture of the original century old winery buildings. Visitors will also delight in events hosted on the property – whether it be grape stompings, special occasions, art walks, the farmers market, or just an afternoon to unwind and relax in a quaint atmosphere, it will certainly add charm to your day.

Do you have hometown spirit? Perhaps it’s all the cheering, the band’s triumphant music, or running into friends and neighbors, but one thing is for sure: there’s something about attending a high school football game that really makes you feel like you’re part of a community. If you’re looking to get in on the action and support a local team then, come fall, be sure to bundle up and head out to the stadium.

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The Fairmont Grand Del Mar How do you want to relax and unwind? With the Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve as the scenic backdrop, the Fairmont Grand Del Mar offers a variety of relaxing opportunities for all of its visitors – whether you’re spending the night or just an afternoon. The resort’s spa is a small piece of paradise hidden in the 92130 community, but if you’re looking to unwind outdoors, perhaps a trip to the golf course is in order.

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Carmel Valley and Ocean Air Recreation Centers Where can you combine fun and fitness?

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Whether you’re looking to shoot some hoops, go for a swim, or hit up the half-pipe, the Carmel Valley and Ocean Air Recreation Centers have something for everybody. Open Monday through Friday, both centers offer a variety of programs and classes for local residents, as well as open-play courts and parks. Both centers also host seasonal events for all ages. Learn more at www.sandiego.gov/park-and-recreation.

Del Mar Racetrack and Fairgrounds And they’re off!

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If you’re looking to add a little excitement into your day, then a trip to the Del Mar Racetrack just might do the trick. Located just five miles from the heart of Carmel Valley, the racetrack offers fun for the whole family throughout the year. Whether you’re interested in stopping by during the racing season or spending a summer day at the San Diego County Fair, you’re sure to have a blast without spending much on gas!

photo provided by the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club

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CAPITAL INCOME ADVISORS This San Diego Firm Helps Their Clients Fulfill Their Dreams by LINDA FRABL

ith the new year in full assessment and planning (analysis and swing, it’s time to act development of your entire financial design), on resolutions, such as and implementation (executing your personal ensuring a smooth, sound financial design). The process works because financial future. The task it’s an ongoing relationship based on trust that may seem daunting, but it certainly doesn’t keeps growing and evolving over time. need to be. At Capital Income Advisors CIA clients love the Wealth Design (CIA), Managing Director Jeremy Keating Process™ because they have control over emphasized that their what is a priority for mission is to help their them. Jeremy elaborated, clients fulfill their hopes “Our belief is that any “Our innovative Wealth and dreams for their financial design must start Design Process™ is a future. He shared, with life as the central personal approach in “CIA was started to focus, and then move not just getting to know serve our clients in outward to the solutions our clients, but helping a more meaningful that fit your specific them to determine their way than a traditional needs. So our innovative financial advisor. Wealth Design Process™ true purpose in life.” We wanted a more is a personal approach in – Jeremy Keating, meaningful relationship not just getting to know Managing Director with our clients to our clients, but helping truly understand their them to determine their motivations personally and financially to true purpose in life. Then we identify how help guide them down a path to live the life they can achieve their goals and implement they’ve always wanted.” strategies for success.” This is accomplished through CIA’s Along with Jeremy, the experienced proprietary trademarked program: Wealth team at CIA is composed of partner Richard Design Process™. It is a comprehensive system Gigliotti, who has been in the financial consisting of three steps: discovery (gathering services industry for 15 years, and partner information about your true values/goals), Martin Shapiro, who has been advising local Securities offered through Securities America, Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC. Advisory services offered through Securities America Advisors, Inc. and Arbor Point Advisors LLC. CA Insurance License #: Martin Shapiro #0681852, Jeremy Keating #0E28476, Richard Gigliotti #0H83102.

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Breathing Free Marlene Nadler-Moodie Works to Fight Stigmas of Mental Health and Lung Cancer by LIZ ONUFER | photo by Zeena Gregg Photography

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Marlene Nadler-Moodie Advanced Practice Nurse in Psychiatry Carmel Valley since 1990 Travel, cooking, exercise, time with family and friends Local restaurants, Bay Club Carmel Valley, the drive along the 101

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ong-time local Marlene Nadler-Moodie’s life story was on the traditional trajectory – career, husband, kids. Originally from New York, Marlene worked as a psychiatric nurse in Manhattan where she met her husband in 1978. The couple married in 1981 and moved cross country two years later, first to La Costa and then shortly after to Carmel Valley. The friendliness of the people and the small town feel, Marlene acknowledged, is what she loves most about 92130. As the first family in their neighborhood, Marlene recalled, “There was no landscaping at that time. Our sons rode their little tricycles across all the backyards between homes and construction.” Their sons, alumni of Torrey Pines High School, are successful adults today. Justin is an art teacher in Menlo Park, having just returned from three years of teaching in Mexico City. Brett recently passed the California Law Bar and is an attorney in Los Angeles. Marlene’s professional path was one she determined long ago. “I wanted to be a nurse, having been inspired by a book I read in third grade, and I never deviated from that goal,” she shared. “I was drawn to psychiatry during my clinical rotation as a student. After witnessing some less than humane practices, I wanted to make a change.” Today she is a clinical nurse specialist in psychiatric nursing. Her husband has been a psychiatrist at Kaiser for over 30 years. But Marlene’s life was turned upside down in 2012 when she was diagnosed with stage 3B lung cancer. “I felt well and healthy, exercising daily, traveling, all things were as usual until a small, dry cough led me to see my physician,” Marlene explained. “We were completely blindsided.” She moved quickly into chemotherapy and radiation. “During this time I came to learn about the stigma against lung cancer and could make the comparison to the stigma against mental illness – the field I work in,” Marlene acknowledged. The experience led Marlene to the national nonprofit organization called Free to Breathe. The group is committed to make surviving lung cancer the expectation rather than the exception. Every August, Marlene participates in the San Diego Free to Breathe 5K Run/Walk to help raise money and awareness for the cause. As for Marlene’s future goals, she has a short but important list: “Live life to the fullest, continue to travel, enjoy my family and friends, and continue to be a productive professional.” 


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any local runners recently gathered together at the start line for the 3rd Annual San Diego Holiday Half Marathon. For the first time, the race began on Peñasquitos Dr. in front of the Doubletree Golf Resort. Participants traveled southwest along Carmel Mountain Rd. and along the 56 bike path before finishing the marathon on the beautiful Torrey Pines State Beach. A portion of all proceeds from the race went to benefit the Joan Kroc Salvation Army, and Team Red, White & Blue, a nonprofit that aims to enrich the lives of U.S. veterans. For more information about the race visit www.sandiegoholidayhalf.com. 

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PEDIATRICS Carmel Valley Pediatrics Makes Every Doctor Visit Special for Children

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t can be a bit intimidating for a child to visit Parents appreciate that the doctors a pediatrician. The experience is much at Carmel Valley Pediatrics always return less scary when doctors are sensitive, phone calls and are accessible via email. The compassionate, and respectful of their office also utilizes state-of-the-art electronic young patients. Thank goodness for Carmel medical records and electronic prescriptions Valley Pediatrics, where owner Chrystal de to all pharmacies in the area. In addition, the Freitas, M.D., emphasizes a calm, fun, and practice offers parenting classes and a health pleasant experience for youngsters. She education seminar, called “Healthy Chats,” even authored a children’s picture book, which teaches puberty education to mothers Jake’s Kindergarten Checkup, which is and their daughters, ages nine through 11. geared specifically towards easing those Dr. D, as she is often called, started fears when visiting the doctor. Carmel Valley Pediatrics after All of the doctors at Carmel her own children had grown Valley Pediatrics, including and left for college. “That two new physicians, Dr. first year, my then-high Krista Young and Dr. school son was my Deborah Rana, are board receptionist!” she certified in Pediatrics and remembers warmly. also parents themselves. Prior to her present Therefore, each location, she worked pediatrician understands for North County Health firsthand the usual parental Services, in Encinitas, – Chrystal de Freitas, M.D. concerns: caring for twins & and before that in private newborns, sleep issues, colds, practice in Ann Arbor, MI. asthma, and all the other illness that “Whoever said seeing the children experience. Dr. Young proclaimed, doctor shouldn’t be fun and uplifting “We are a small, personalized practice and as well as reassuring?” says Dr. Rana. we truly enjoy caring for children’s health. “We seek to promote an atmosphere which Our office is ‘warm and fuzzy,’ and reading is warm and inviting, yet professional and to children is a big theme that we promote. efficient to meet the needs of the children Above all we promote a personal connection in our practice and their families.” between the child and the doctor. Of course, “Our medical style is characterized by an occasional sugar-free lollipop always helps!” joint decision-making to help families stay

“Our best virtue is our ability to listen; it’s all about taking the time to listen to the parents and the children.”

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healthy and provide information to prevent illnesses. Over time, our patients look forward to coming to the doctor’s office. We seek to partner with parents in promoting the health and well-being of the kids who come to our practice and we have fun while doing it.” 

For more information regarding Carmel Valley Pediatrics visit their website. They are accepting new patients. For info regarding Dr. D’s new picture book visit www.JakesKindergartenCheckup.com.

AT-A-GLANCE Name of Business: Carmel Valley Pediatrics Pediatricians: Chrystal de Freitas, M.D., Krista Young, M.D., Deborah Rana, M.D. Manager: Revanne Sanford Years in Position: 11 years Year of Establishment: 2004 Address: 12395 El Camino Real Suite 315, San Diego, CA 92130 Phone: 858-794-KIDS (5437) Email: contactus@carmelvalleypediatrics.com Website: www.carmelvalleypediatrics.com SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT


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Cathedral Catholic High School Continues a Strong Legacy of Faith, Character, and Achievement by LAINEY KRAL | photos provided by Cathedral Catholic High School

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athedral Catholic High School’s (CCHS) core values of faith, knowledge, character, and responsibility have guided the development of high-achieving, well-rounded leaders for over 50 years. The CCHS legacy has deep roots, though the name is only 10 years old. Cathedral Girls High School merged with University San Diego High School (UNI) in 1970 on UNI’s Linda Vista Campus. UNI transitioned to the current CCHS Campus in Carmel Valley in 2005 and took on the new name of Cathedral Catholic High School. “No matter what campus you were on, once you become a Don, you’re always a Don,” said CCHS President Mr. Stevan Laaperi. “The Dons’ legacy has never been stronger. Over 80 alumni are among the CCHS team of administrators, faculty, coaches, and staff.” The professional staff is well qualified to uphold that legacy. Most teachers have a master’s degree or higher in the subject they teach, and the entire staff strives to model the values of a Catholic faith community. The school is accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, and holds membership with the College Board. “In partnership with parents,

we form an educational ministry that is mutually supportive and a community committed to excellence,” said Principal Mr. Kevin Calkins. “It is our intent that our graduates carry a spirit of intellectual curiosity and a love of learning on their continuing journey of personal and spiritual growth.” Over 1,600 students are currently beginning that journey on the dynamic CCHS campus. Facilities include 75 classrooms, 12 science labs, two computer labs, a robotics lab, a ceramics studio, a music room, a lecture hall, several special-use classrooms, world-class athletic facilities, a library, a lecture hall, a chapel and meditation garden – there’s a place for every student to discover their passion. Over 70 percent of CCHS students participate in one or more of the school’s 80-plus teams. “Whether you are an athlete, love to act, or have a passion for serving others, at Cathedral Catholic you gain the confidence to make a difference not only in your life but in the world around you,” said Kate, a student in the Class of 2017. Nicole, a recent graduate, agreed: “There is an unparalleled wealth of opportunities, and a strong support system in the students and faculty as part of the Catholic community.” 

“It is our intent that our graduates carry a spirit of intellectual curiosity and a love of learning on their continuing journey of personal and spiritual growth.” At-A-Glance Name of School: Cathedral Catholic High School President: Mr. Stevan Laaperi Principal: Mr. Kevin Calkins Year of Establishment: University of San Diego High School established in 1957, moved to new location as Cathedral Catholic High School in 2005 Address: 5555 Del Mar Heights Rd. San Diego, CA 92130 Website: www.CathedralCatholic.org Email: cchsadmin@cathedralcatholic.org Phone: 858-523-4000 Description of Business: Cathedral Catholic High School is an innovative leader in Catholic, college preparatory education. Their rigorous, innovative education program is offered in a nurturing community based on the teachings of Jesus Christ and traditions of the Catholic Church.

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team, softball team, boys’ tennis team, boys’ volleyball team, boys’ golf team, track and field team, and our swim and dive team are all looking forward to competing this spring. I am proud to say that CCA student-athletes dedicate themselves to becoming the best they can be, both in the classroom and in the sports

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Name of Coach: Michael Wahlstrom First Game: March 2 vs. Morse

Name of Coach: Mike Hymes Last Year’s Record: 7-22 First Game: March 8 vs. Foothills Christian

Name of Coach: Larry Belinsky Last Year’s Record: 11-6 First Game: March 8 vs. San Dieguito Academy

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of returning starters looking to repeat the drive to a championship in the post season. Baseball, lacrosse, and volleyball have league championship expectations and are working hard to be the best in the county. Tennis and golf have their sights set

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San Diego Coastkeeper teams up with Surfrider Foundation to host semi-monthly cleanups across the county. Businesses have the option of sponsoring special corporate cleanups, which make a great teambuilding exercise while helping the environment. Coastkeeper also provides Beach Cleanups in a Box – a kit with supplies for up to 25 people to organize their own cleanup. Participants are asked to complete and return Coastkeeper’s data sheets after their cleanup.

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:::: REAL ESTATE WATCH

2016 Real Estate Began with a Bang! I

n my previous article I wrote that the real estate market would continue to flourish. I’ll pat myself on the back – it’s beginning to explode! We already seen a healthy growth in home sales and pricing as an indication the marketplace is stable. Distress sales will no longer be playing a role, new construction is returning to more traditional levels, and prices will rise at a more consistent rate with a more balanced market. Millennials emerged as a dominant force in 2015. This pattern will continue in 2016 as their large numbers combined with improving personal financial conditions will enable enough buyers between ages 25 and 34 to move the market. The majority of those buyers will be first-timers, but that will require other generations to also play larger roles. Those from Generation X are

in their prime earning years and able to relocate to better neighborhoods for their families. Baby boomers approaching retirement are seeking to downsize and lock in a lower cost of living. We should see a strong growth in new home sales and single-family construction as builders offer more affordable product. Buyers of all ages should consider new homes, but availability will be highly dependent on location, particularly in the desirable coastal areas. I told you mortgage rates would go up sometime in 2015, and they did. However, they also went back down. The level of increase has been manageable, even though higher rates will drive monthly payments higher along with debtto-income ratios increasing. Rent is accelerating at a more rapid pace than home prices. I’ve seen asking rent on

vacant units increase at a double-digit pace in the second half of this year. More than 85% of U.S. markets have rents that exceed 30% of the income of renting households. This trend does not bode well for the health of the housing market. It will improve when construction of affordable rentals as well as more of a pathway for renters to become homeowners. For all your Real Estate needs stop into Dan Conway & Associates; Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty, at their office in The Piazza Carmel Shopping Center. 

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Price

Address 13465 Ginger Glen Road

4

3

2,961

$1,300,000

5212 Manor Ridge

5

3

2,520

$961,000

5409 Shannon Ridge Lane

5

4

3,708

$1,300,000

10969 Cloverhurst Way

4

3

2,259

$975,000

6260 Sunrose Crest Way Lot 69

5

5

3,943

$1,323,025

13573 Lopelia Meadows Place

4

3

2,630

$985,000

4929 Beauchamp

4

4

3,221

$1,360,000

5779 Gablewood Way

4

3

2,353

$985,000

13282 Seagrove Street

4

5

3,676

$1,400,000

3751 Torrey View Court

4

4

2,834

$985,000

5015 Ashley Falls Court

5

5

3,489

$1,415,000

7635 Marker Road

5

5

3,500

$1,000,000

12795 Seabreeze Farms Drive

5

5

3,600

$1,420,000

5548 Porter Creek

5

3

2,726

$1,020,000

3906 Via Cangrejo

4

3

3,172

$1,430,000

4291 Calle Mejillones

5

3

2,827

$1,025,000

13247 Sunset Point Way

5

5

3,922

$1,450,000

10871 Vereda Sol Del Dios

4

3

2,683

$1,050,000

4550 Saddle Mountain Court

7

6

3,878

$1,475,000

3850 Arroyo Sorrento

4

4

3,700

$1,075,000

13905 Calle Cardenas

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3

2,670

$1,500,000

5455 Sonoma Place

5

3

2,724

$1,080,000

5804 Blazing Star

4

3

3,380

$1,510,000

5545 Rabbit Ridge

4

3

2,724

$1,098,000

4713 Shadwell

4

4

3,307

$1,525,000

13638 Derby Downs Court

4

3

2,983

$1,110,000

13098 Harwick Lane

5

5

4,180

$1,537,500

10640 Gracewood

5

3

2,720

$1,115,000

10670 Haven Brook Place

5

4

3,476

$1,625,000

12524 Caminito Vista Soledad

5

4

2,935

$1,125,000

13576 Penfield Point

5

4

3,502

$1,700,000

3944 Lago Di Grata

5

4

3,246

$1,128,000

10795 Spur Point Court

5

4

3,609

$1,750,000

3656 Landfair

4

3

2,538

$1,140,000

13496 Wyngate Point

4

5

4,008

$1,800,000

11171 Corte Cangrejo

4

4

2,961

$1,145,000

13586 Penfield Point

5

5

3,620

$1,900,000

4963 Sandshore Court

4

3

3,090

$1,145,000

13696 Old El Camino Real

4

5

5,200

$1,972,500

4998 Riding Ridge Road

5

3

3,020

$1,165,000

13138 Caminito Mendiola

4

5

5,329

$2,231,000

12762 Jordan Ridge Court

4

3

2,884

$1,175,000

13236 Caminito Mendiola

6

5

4,700

$2,295,000

12711 Chandon Court

5

3

3,020

$1,186,500

5820 Meadows Del Mar

4

6

6,962

$2,937,000

14110 Steeple Chase Row

3

4

3,290

$1,210,000

4791 Rancho Del Mar Trail

5

7

9,800

$5,460,000

10886 Cloverhurst Way

5

3

2,720

$1,215,000

4760 Rancho Del Mar Trail

6

9

12,028

$6,799,000

12931 Flintwood Way

5

3

2,760

$1,227,000

13985 Old El Camino Real

5

4

4,200

$7,125,000

5849 Aster Meadows Place

4

4

3,187

$1,230,000

(complete list of homes sold in 92130 at www.92130magazine.com)

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

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POTTERWALK FUNDRAISER A Harry Potter-themed fundraising one-mile walk to be held at Canyon Crest Academy; all proceeds go to the Carmel Valley Branch Library to fund a new media system. For more information and to register go to www.potterwalk.weebly.com. 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

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ARTS & CRAFTS (PREK-6TH GRADE)

MEN’S AND WOMEN’S BOOK CLUB

Art lessons limited to 30 participants; no registration required Feb. 12, 26; March 11, 25 | 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Contact library for book club selections Feb. 2; March 1 | 6:30 – 7:45 p.m.

PRESCHOOL YOGA (3-5 YRS.)

WEDNESDAYS YOGA CLASS FOR SENIORS Instructors from Silver Age Yoga utilize chairs; bring own exercise mat if desired 1 – 2 p.m.

Mats not provided; adult must accompany child Feb. 19; March 18 | 10 – 10:30 a.m.

SATURDAYS STUDENT’S ASSOCIATION FOR YOUNG ARTISTS High school students give free music lessons to children for various instruments; learn more and register at www.studentsaya.org

SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS OF TOMORROW (K-6TH GRADE)

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CHILD & PARENT BOOK CLUB (4-6TH GRADE)

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February: The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank March: Al Capone Does My Shirts by Gennifer Choldenko Feb. 3; March 2 | 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Hands-on science projects for middle school students Feb. 13; March, 12, 26 | 2 – 4 p.m.

FAMILY MUSIC Concerts sponsored by Carmel Valley Library Feb. 10; March 9 | 7 – 7:45 p.m.

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TEEN BOOK CLUB

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AFTERNOON STORYTIME

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February: Things Not Seen by Andrew Clements March: In Real Life by Cory Doctorow Feb. 24; March 23 | 8 p.m.

CHESS CLUB (ALL AGES) Feb. 1; March 7, 21 | 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.

THE CARMEL VALLEY BRANCH LIBRARY WILL BE CLOSED FEB. 15 FOR PRESIDENTS DAY AND MARCH 31 FOR CÉSAR CHÁVEZ DAY.

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