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often tell people about how I grew up in a small town in Texas. But the reality is that I only lived there until I was nine years old. I did move back for a couple of years when I was a young teenager, but that’s a story for a different pub note. The fact of the matter is that I’ve now lived in San Diego for more than half of my life. My family jumped around from city to city during my elementary and middle school years due to work obligations, but we eventually settled here in North County back in 1988. I am writing this note while aboard a flight heading back to my hometown outside of Houston. I will be visiting my grandmother in the hospital. For the past several months, she has been fighting the fight of her life - aggressively battling cancer. To say that my grandmother (we all know her as MawMaw) is a second mother to me would be an understatement - especially during the first nine years of my life when I lived only one block away from her. There was rarely a day that went by that I wasn’t at her house during those early years. Although my MawMaw has always been a major influence in my life (even from 1,600 miles away), she particularly impacted me while I was a kid in Texas. It’s hard to believe how vivid my memories are from that time period. Whether it was running across the field to her house when I was barely four years old or climbing up the tree in her backyard to pick plums so that she could make her famous homemade plum jelly, there was never a dull moment. She would take me fishing. We would often go crabbing on the bayou (something that I have not done since I was a kid). She even let me be her co-pilot while she watched her daytime soap operas - I knew the names of every character! We even delivered newspapers together - that’s also a story for another pub letter. I have carried many wonderful childhood memories with me dating back to my original nine years in this world. Some things seem like they happened yesterday. I often look at my own kids in fascination (ages 16, 9 and 8) and wonder what memories they will inevitably hold close to them as they grow into adulthood. Who will they

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admire? Who will have influenced them? Who will they write about one day? There are very few people in this world that I respect as much as my MawMaw. Her passion for family, her ability to make you feel special, and her sincere desire to truly know and connect with people are just a few examples of the type of person that she is. Today I choose to clear my mind of all of the normal clutter. I will visit with my MawMaw. I will hug her. I will talk about childhood memories. I will remind her that I love her. I will thank her for being the beautiful person that she is. And with everything going on, one thing is for sure, she will still ask me how the kids are doing. She’ll ask me about their sports and school. She’ll ask me how things are going at the office - and she’ll genuinely anticipate the answers. That’s just the kind of person she is.

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92129 Magazine MCHS Fab Five We met up with MCHS Head Wrestling Coach Jose Campo and his “Fab Five Sundevils” to discover how they have overcome obstacles to be successful even with the physical disabilities they have.

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92024 Magazine sd woodies & wavecrest San Diego Woodies celebrated 12 years as a club. The 200+ members were eager to play host to the annual Wavecrest Meet – the largest woodie show in the world. On the weekend of Sept. 21, 300+ woodenbodied cars showcased themselves at Moonlight State Beach.

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92127 Magazine side out! The local volleyball programs are embarking on their fall season. We give you the ins and outs of the Del Norte and Rancho Bernardo high school programs and share a few things about the sport as well.

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Kids Korps USA Annual Volunteer Recognition Party and Presidential Awards Presentation

District firefighters will be on hand to serve pancakes, orange juice and coffee. In addition to breakfast, the open house will include station tours, photos with the firefighters, fire engine and ambulance displays, a chance to spray a fire hose with a firefighter, a basic CPR class and jump houses. 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. | Rancho Santa Fe Fire Station 1 www.rsf-fire.org

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The child must be present and must bring or make a card for the troops. Each child will receive a toothbrush kit. 3 – 7 p.m. | Curtis Chan DDS www.curtischandds.com

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Canyon Crest Academy Homecoming Dance

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Mt. Carmel Tournament of Bands

Cheer on marching bands from all over Southern California, as they compete in parade and half-time style field shows at the biggest band tournament in San Diego. 12 p.m. | Mt. Carmel High School www.powayusd.com/pusdmchs

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FLAG FOOTBALL The Secret Squirrel Society Wednesdays Co-Ed Flag Football at Ocean Air Park www.secretsquirrelsports.com

FOOTBALL TPHS Homecoming Football Game vs. Westview Oct. 18 | 7 – 9 p.m. Torrey Pines High School www.tphs.net

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Save the Date Kaiser Permanente Carmel Valley 5K & Fun Run Proceeds benefit Del Mar Schools Education Foundation Jan. 25 | 5K Race, 8 a.m. | Fun Run, 9:30 a.m. Course begins at Carmel Del Mar Elementary School www.carmelvalley5k.com

SOCCER North County Soccer Park Indoor soccer leagues always starting for all ages. www.ncspsoccer.com

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enna Alvarez, an 11-year-old Carmel Valley resident and 6th grade student at Solana Pacific School, finished with top awards and a scholarship for the 2013 Dance Competition Season and an invitation to return to the Bolshoi Ballet Academy Summer Intensive in Connecticut. Jenna, one of 10 members of Love to Dance, Inc.’s competitive dance team, L2D, entered three regional competitions in 2013, Hollywood Vibe (February), Adrenaline (March) and MOVE (April), competing in both team and solo events. Jenna is one of four on L2D’s junior dance team, and the youngest of six on the teen dance team. Jenna scored well at all regional competitions, taking first place in her solo events for both lyrical and acrobatic categories for her age group. Jenna has been a member of L2D since 2010, and has been dancing at Love to Dance, Inc. since she was six-years-old, studying various genres of dance, including ballet, tap, hip-hop, jazz, lyrical, and contemporary. Jenna is an accomplished dancer in these genres; however, this was the first year Jenna was introduced to the acrobatic category. Jenna has a quote posted in her bedroom, “The difference between a good dancer and a great dancer is not

92130’s Jenna Alvarez Receives Top Honors and Scholarship what they do; it’s how they do it,” which she says inspires her every day. At Adrenaline, Jenna earned a place on the Adrenaline Dance Crew, an honor bestowed upon exceptional dancers. Competing against at least 50 others in the junior division, Jenna was one of the final seven selected to be named as a part of the Los Angeles Adrenaline Dance Crew for 2013, earning her a spot to perform in the “Best of Show” finale. Additionally, Jenna received a scholarship award for next year’s Adrenaline regional convention and competition, including an invitation to tour with the dance crew around the U.S. Finishing off the 2013 dance season, Jenna was invited to return to Middlebury, CT for the Russian American Foundation Bolshoi Ballet Academy Summer Intensive, implemented in partnership with the renowned Bolshoi Ballet Academy (BBA) of Moscow. This is the second year Jenna has attended the summer intensive program and because of such intensive training under the direction of master teachers from BBA, Jenna has greatly improved her skills in flexibility and the art of ballet. Jenna will be a member of L2D’s 2013-2014 competitive dance team and is excited for the upcoming dance competition season. ¢

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Close Ties Chris and Pat Weil Live, Work and Play in the Local Community by JENNIFER FRAKES | photos by Zeena Gregg Photography

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hris and Pat Weil count themselves lucky – the things that are closest to their hearts are also close to home. They live in Del Mar, the Christopher Weil Company (CWC), a firm that manages equity and debt portfolios, is located in Carmel Valley and they are involved in many local organizations that give back to the community. For them, however, nothing beats having their kids and grandkids nearby. “Our three grown children all live in the Del Mar/Carmel Valley area. We’ve logged innumerable hours at rec centers, parks and elementary schools in the area as we cheer on our five grandchildren all of whom play in the Sharks soccer rec league,” stated Chris proudly. He and Pat are also thrilled that their children work for CWC making it truly a family-run business. In fact, their son-in-law John Wells is the president and CEO of CWC. The Weils are also dedicated community volunteers, supporting many local organizations and causes. Chris is the director of the San Diego Mainly Mozart Festival, the Patricia & Christopher Weil Family Foundation, and is a trustee of the UCSD Foundation. Pat is director and president of the board of the Patricia & Christopher Weil Family Foundation and is a member of Name: Community: Profession: Education:

the board of The Preuss School UCSD. Chris and Pat formed The Patricia & Christopher Weil Family Foundation in 1998 with the mission to create educational opportunities by providing resources, time and support to children and families in underserved communities of San Diego. “Perhaps the one thing we pour our hearts into more than any other part of the organization is the scholarship program,” revealed Chris. Over the past 10 years, the Patricia & Christopher Weil Family Foundation has helped 130 students achieve their dream of receiving a college education. Though Chris and Pat lead very busy lives, they manage to take time out for some fun and relaxation. Chris enjoys walking, hiking, classical music and reading. In addition, he’s a World War I history buff. Pat is a yoga enthusiast who loves cooking and entertaining. Chris and Pat also love traveling together and have had many adventures over the years. “We’ve road tripped in Canada, attended cooking school in Paris and toured the WWI battlefields in Belgium,” related Chris. It is safe to say that no matter how far from home Chris and Pat may travel, their hearts are always in 92130. 

Christopher Weil (76) and Patricia Weil (77) Del Mar; CWC is located in Carmel Valley since 1998 Financial services and philanthropy Chris is a graduate of UCLA with a degree in philosophy. Pat is also a graduate of UCLA with a degree in primary education. Family: Son – Matthew Weil, Daughter-in-Law – Sventlana, Granddaughter – Yevdokia Daughter – Kit-Victoria Wells, Son-in-Law – John (President and CEO of CWC), Granddaughter – Rachel, Grandson – Noah Daughter – Caitlin Weil, Son-in-Law – Michael, Granddaughter – Amelia, Grandson – Winston Pet: Granddog – Cosmo

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Promoting Health

Kaiser Permanente and DMSEF Team Up to Support Del Mar Schools

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aiser Permanente, recognized as a leading American health care provider, is the title sponsor for the Jan. 25 Carmel Valley 5K and Fun Run fundraiser. The money raised will help the Del Mar Schools Education Foundation provide funding for art, music, technology, science and P.E. at all eight Del Mar Unified schools. The USA Track and Field sanctioned course begins at Carmel Del Mar Elementary School, heads south on Carmel Creek Road, passes the Kaiser Permanente Carmel Valley medical offices, follows a rolling hill tree-lined paved and dirt bike trail, loops back to Carmel Creek Road, and finishes at the elementary school. In addition to the 5K run, a one-mile non-competitive Fun Run is available for kids and their parents. Katie Wilsey, director and founder of the race, suggested, “This is a race for everyone – from fast, elite runners to beginner runners participating in their first race.” Additionally, Wilsey volunteered, “Because Kaiser has been such an avid supporter of health and fitness in the San Diego community, we are excited to welcome them to Carmel Valley and partner with them.” To satisfy everyone, the race will be followed by a family friendly after-party, an award ceremony, live music, jumpies, food, entertainment,

and expo booths from local businesses. Public Affairs Director Rodger Dougherty clarified that Kaiser Permanente had multiple reasons for becoming the title sponsor of the upcoming race. First, Kaiser’s mission is to provide high-quality, affordable health care services while improving the overall health of its members and the community it serves. Dougherty explained, “We look at events like this one because they are focused on reinforcing the importance of living a healthy and active lifestyle.” Second, education fosters a healthy community, and since the upcoming race supports education, it aligns with another of Kaiser’s goals. Third, the race runs directly in front of Kaiser’s newest Carmel Valley facility. And fourth, last year this race attracted over 1,500 spectators, volunteers and participants and raised $38,000. “We want to be on the ground floor of what we think will become a coveted event in the community that will draw people from all over San Diego,” disclosed Dougherty. Supporting events like the Carmel Valley 5K and Fun Run provides Dougherty pleasure because he gets to meet people and observe their interactions with family, friends and neighbors in a healthy, active way while they support their community and a solid educational cause. ¢

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AT-A-GLANCE Name of Event: Kaiser Permanente Carmel Valley 5K and Fun Run Year of Establishment: 2012 Mission: “To highlight the amazing community we live in while raising money for a great cause and being physically active!” Fundraising Goal: $50,000 Date: January 25, 2014 Location: Carmel Del Mar Elementary School Schedule: 8 a.m. – 5K starts 9:30 a.m. – Kids’ Fun Run starts 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. – After Party and Expo Website: www.carmelvalley5k.com Location: www.Facebook.com/ CarmelValley5kKidsFunRun E-mail: carmelvalley5k@gmail.com


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t is no wonder that Brian Maienschein, Assemblyman for the 77th District, is dedicated to making San Diego an even better place to live – his roots in the community run deep. He moved to Poway when he was seven years old and attended Chaparral Elementary School, Twin Peaks Middle School and Poway High School. “San Diego has so much to offer – beautiful weather, gorgeous beaches, so many different things to do on a daily basis and great people. There is nowhere else I’d rather live,” stated Maienschein, whose daughters currently attend school in the Poway Unified School District. Maienschein received his bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara and then returned to San Diego to earn his law degree from California Western School of Law. In 2000, Maienschein was elected to the San Diego City Council. He became known to many in the district for his quick response to the Cedar and Witch Creek wildfires that swept through the community during his tenure. After his second term on the City Council, Maienschein became San Diego’s first Commissioner on Homelessness, a position he held for four years. According to Maienschein, he has always felt strongly about serving his community and giving back to his hometown. “To be able to represent my classmates, neighbors and friends is an honor that I never take for granted,” revealed Maienschein. Now that he is halfway through his first term as an assemblyman, Maienschein is even more committed to ensuring that issues such as community safety, education and economic growth are at the forefront of state politics. “I work hard to focus on the issues that are important to my constituents, as well on common ground issues that that can improve the lives of all Californians,” said Maienschein. He is particularly pleased that his legislation allowing background checks for coaches of youth sports leagues has passed. Maienschein is also passionate about creating and passing meaningful legislation that makes a significant impact on issues such as mental health and homelessness. Although Maienschein is proud of his professional achievements, he feels that his daughters, Taylin and Brenna, are his most rewarding accomplishments. He coaches their Brian Maienschein soccer teams, 44 and the three of California State Assemblymember them can often Father of two daughters, Taylin and Brenna Maienschein be seen out and Spending time with my daughters, reading and sports about. “We’re an active family, and we love spending time outdoors, either having picnics at one of the local lakes or running around playing soccer at the park,” related Maienschein. 


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acob Montes has been golfing since he was four years old. Now 15, Jacob lives in the perfect locale for an aspiring golf pro, on Palacio Golf Course in 92130. Jacob, parents Frank and Tonya and younger sister Ashley enjoy all that their golf community by the sea has to offer by playing golf at The Santaluz Club and going to the beach regularly. Over the summer Jacob participated in the Callaway Jr. World Golf Championships with 1,200 other youths and had a great experience. “I had the privilege to play and compete with some of the best Jr. Golfers in the world,” Jacob said. Now back in school at Cathedral Catholic High School, Jacob is enjoying his favorite subject, English. And it’s a good

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thing that is what he enjoys most about his courses, because not only is he a golf pro in the making, he also loves to write and play football. But, if you ask Jacob what is the most important thing to him between football, golf and academics, the answer will always be his studies. “Homework comes first,” shared Jacob. Jacob enjoys volunteering his time to help his dad with the Torrey Pines Pop Warner Jr. pee wee team. His future plans are to follow in the footsteps of current golf pros and make the sport his profession. “As an adult I want to become a pro golfer and own my own business. I want to help those less fortunate by giving my time and talents,” explained Jacob. As Jacob glides through his freshman year at Cathedral, volunteers with the pee wee team, aces his English courses and continues his advancement in the world of golf, everyone will have to keep an eye on him to see just where he goes. He has been known to spend time learning the ropes at his father’s financial agency, so Jacobs’s future career is limitless. Although we will all be watching his golf career, he just may end up to be one of the world’s financial wizards. The sky is the limit Jacob. Keep on reaching. 

“I had the privilege to play and compete with some of the best Jr. Golfers in the world”

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Chef’s Name: Karen Gliner Age: 52 Family Members: Husband – Ray, Children – Jarrett (21), Grant (18) Community of Residence: Carmel Valley Hobbies/ Interests: Community service volunteering, cooking, reading, music, working out, exercising with my weekly walking group, traveling Favorite Local Activities: Canyon Crest Academy Farmers Market, hiking at Torrey Pines State Reserve About the Recipe: For over 50 years, Aunt Lil’s Chocolate Chip Cinnamon Cake has been a special dessert at our family holiday parties. As a child, I always had to wait until the holidays to eat this delicious cake as it is the only time of year my mother or my aunts would prepare it. Whenever I smell the combination of melted chocolate chips and cinnamon, my mouth starts to water in anticipation of my first bite. I have continued the tradition with my children and they say it is their very favorite cake. About the Chef: Karen Gliner was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. and has lived in Carmel Valley for 19 years. For the past nine years, Karen and her husband, Ray, have been on the Board of Directors for San Diego nonprofit Conner’s Cause for Children, where Karen is also an event planner. Currently, Karen is organizing the Conner’s Cause 20th anniversary gala fundraiser, “Stand Up for Conner’s Cause, An Evening of Stand-Up Comedy”, featuring professional comics, on Oct. 19 at the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club. For more information on the cause, visit www.connerscause.org. With a passion for community service, Karen also volunteers with her certified therapy dog, Nora, with Love on a Leash, formally known as The Foundation for Pet Provided Therapy. ¢


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sset allocation is an investment strategy of diversifying your investments among different kinds of asset classes (stocks, bonds, real estate, cash, etc.). While asset allocation does not guarantee profit or protect against loss, a diversified portfolio can help improve your chances of weathering ups and downs in the market. This potentially reduces your investment portfolio volatility. Here are the do’s and don’ts of asset allocation.

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date each year to review your portfolio. Though your risk tolerance probably won’t change often, volatile market conditions or a major life event (such as job loss or the birth of a child) may prompt you to rebalance your assets. We typically find there is little reason to reallocate more frequently, though your mid-year financial check-up is also a good time to review asset allocation. Also recognize that rebalancing may result in trading fees and realized gains or losses.

• Maintain long-term financial strategies. Balance your portfolio to

match your long-range goals, rather than trying to predict the market’s direction. Market swings can cause emotional reactions, and a consistent strategy is generally best for facing economic headwinds.

• Consider tax implications. Ask your

financial professional whether investing in tax-sheltered accounts might be right for you given your financial assets, goals and time horizons.

with appropriate portfolio risk. Investment risk tolerance should reflect your financial situation and long-term goals. You should be comfortable with potential outcomes, even if there is a market downturn. If you are not comfortable with a possible nosedive, adjust your asset allocation to decrease the risk. It’s also possible that based on your financial goals and time horizon, you’re being more financially conservative than you should be. Try to look at your portfolio objectively and asses your risk tolerance accordingly.

• Overhold investments as a diversification strategy. Sound asset

allocation requires differentiation across various classes of investments. Investing in multiple mutual funds (for example) with the same objective (i.e. aggressive growth) won’t diminish your financial risk.

• Rely entirely on asset allocation. There is no magic bullet for successful investing.

by Richard H. Fogg, CFP® Strategic asset allocation may be very useful for helping to improve investment results. However, managing it properly requires careful application, a long-term outlook, and a solid financial plan. There is never any guarantee of financial success or asset protection, and your nest egg may still be impacted by the vagaries of the financial markets. Rebalancing your portfolio can be a complex process. If you aren’t already working with a financial professional, consider it. This move will help you determine risk tolerance, financial goals, time horizons and appropriate asset allocation strategies based on the personal needs of your family. ¢

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shley Farrell fell in love twice-over while attending the University of San Diego – once for her husband Travis Farrell and second for San Diego. Ashley and Travis’ choice to settle in San Diego seemed an easy one: excellent schools, a central location and close proximity to family. “Prior to moving back to San Diego, we were living and working in Chicago, but both sets of our parents are in Southern California, and we wanted to raise our children near their grandparents,” Travis explained. Today, the Farrell family has called Torrey Hills home for close to a decade. Almost 10 years and four children later, the Farrells are active in the 92130 community. The family loves Legoland, Padres games, biking and swimming. Travis contributes by coaching the local soccer and baseball teams. A collegiate and professional athlete himself, “Coach Travis,” as he is commonly known, is passionate about coaching. When he isn’t coaching, Travis is working in the financial and real estate worlds for Farrell Financial and Flocke & Avoyer

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Profile information Parents: Community: Hometown: Children:

Travis Farrell (37) and Ashley Farrell (38) Torrey Hills since 2004 Travis – San Diego, Ashley – Chicago Colten (8), 3rd grader at Torrey Hills Elementary Hunter (6), 1st grader at Torrey Hills Elementary Cade (2) Grace (10 months) Pets: Cheyenne & Savanna – Siberian Huskies


“Travis is a Torrey Pines High School alum and we want to provide our children with the same excellent education opportunities we grew up with.”

Real Estate. Ashley, a former UPS marketing executive, now works on running the Farrell household that includes Colton (8), Hunter (6), Cade (2) and Grace (10 months). Ashley also volunteers for the Junior League and Torrey Hills Elementary School. Ashley’s volunteer time in the boys’ classrooms is reflective of the family’s emphasis on education. “Travis is a Torrey Pines High School alum and we want to provide our children with the same excellent education opportunities we grew up with,” commented Ashley. In their Torrey Hills neighborhood, friendship and family expression flourish. From neighborhood block parties to backyard harvesting, the Farrells find pleasure in family time. “Every year we celebrate Epiphany by serving a Galette des Rois (King Cake) and crowning one of the children king for the year,” Travis explained. Ashley hosts tea for friends and neighbors during the holiday season. In the backyard, the family garden blooms with fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs. “Ashley loves gardening and tries to incorporate the children in helping with the growing of fruits, vegetables and herbs in order to instill an appreciation for healthy eating,” Travis acknowledged. From sports and leisure to top-notch education, the Farrell family fully enjoys the fruits of 92130. 

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:::: community stuff 13th Annual La Jolla Writers Conference

The 13th Annual La Jolla Writers Conference will feature New York Times bestselling authors Lisa Jackson, Nancy Bush, Dale Brown, Chris Reich and Joseph Wambaugh, dystopian break-out author Lissa Price, along with agents, publishers, publicists, editors, screenwriters and a host of others to share their knowledge about the art, craft and business of writing. The conference takes place Friday, Nov. 1 to Sunday, Nov. 3 at Paradise Point Resort & Spa in La Jolla. Writers of all levels are welcome to attend. The cost of $385 per attendee which includes all classes, three keynote presentations and three meals. Limited to 200 attendees, the LJWC is noted for its small classes, outstanding and accessible faculty, the sense of community, and the networking it provides – as well as its coverage of the business of writing along with the art and craft. For more information visit www.lajollawritersconference.com/schedule.

Celebration Rewards 92130 Volunteer

Carmel Valley resident Cindy Mayers was among those recently honored at Girl Scouts San Diego’s annual Volunteer Celebration. Cindy received the Cookie Award for going above and beyond to promote the Girl Scout Cookie Program. Currently regional manager for the Canyon Trails area’s product sales, she increased cookie sales for the Carmel Valley Service Unit from 58,019 boxes in 2012 to 62,382 in 2013. She mastered the necessary technology, worked with efficiency and dedication, and mentored troop and service unit leaders kindly and patiently. A second generation Girl Scout, Cindy has served as cookie manager for troops 1419 and 1256 over the last 11 years and filled many other volunteer roles. She leads her daughter Shayla’s Senior troop; her older daughter, Sydney, became a lifetime member of Girl Scouts after graduating from high school last year. Restaurateur, author and artist Ingrid Croce, a former Girl Scout Brownie, delivered the keynote address at the Volunteer Celebration. Girl Scouts San Diego Board Chair Debbie Rider and Chief Executive Officer Jo Dee C. Jacob also participated in the ceremony. For information about joining, supporting or volunteering for Girl Scouts, visit www.sdgirlscouts.org/membership.

Carmel Valley resident Cindy Mayers (second from left, with Board Chair Debbie Rider, CEO Jo Dee Jacob, and Product Sales Manager Lani Longacre) was honored at Girl Scouts San Diego’s annual Volunteer Celebration.

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5th Annual Great Halloween Candy Buy Back

Dr. Curtis Chan is smiling with great expectations for his 5th Annual Great Halloween Candy Buy Back. The Buy Back helps local children unload the Halloween candy they don’t need for a good cause. The candy is then donated to troops overseas, and children are given one dollar per pound (with a limit of five pounds). Last year the drive was a big success, collecting 3,542 pounds of candy, 271 Beanie Babies and 1,127 cards and letters for the troops. The Buy Back will be held on Thursday, Nov. 7 between 3 and 7 p.m. at Dr. Chan’s new dental office, located at 12835 Pointe Del Mar Way Suite #3, Del Mar, CA 92014. Children must be present and must have or make a card for the troops in order to receive their cash. Each child will leave with a free toothbrush kit to brush away any damage from the Halloween candy they kept. Dr. Chan encourages everyone to donate any leftover candy to receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win an iPad and other great prizes. Candy donations will be accepted all week following Halloween. For more information, call 858-481-9090 or visit www.CurtisChanDDS.com.

Rides for Seniors, Beginning at $2.50

RideFACT Senior transportation – a low-cost, dial-a-ride service that shuttles seniors throughout the county – has just turned one year old. “We set out to provide an affordable, easily accessible ride program for seniors and that’s exactly what we created,” said County Supervisor Dave Roberts, Vice Chairman of FACT. “This program has been user-friendly and inexpensive from the very beginning. And it’s getting better. We are proud to help seniors with mobility.” Since its inception one year ago, RideFACT has provided nearly 8,000 one-way trips, many of them to medical appointments. Organizers hope to provide 12,500 one-way trips during the next fiscal year with ridership increasing steadily. One-way fares on RideFACT begin at $2.50 for travel up to five miles while trips that exceed 20 miles are capped at $10. Rides can be scheduled from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 760-754-1252 or 888-924-3228.

Key Leaders Launch ‘Prepare San Diego’

The American Red Cross San Diego/ Imperial Counties Chapter along with key partners recently announced Prepare San Diego, a four-year regional resiliency initiative driven by the Red Cross to help prepare the San Diego region for human emergencies and disasters. A key goal with the initiative is to facilitate a cultural shift to increase individual, organizational, and business preparedness, and with that, one million people in San Diego County will make an emergency plan, build a disaster kit or get trained to effectively respond. Several key community and business leaders are behind Prepare San Diego, including names like Interim Mayor Todd Gloria, Councilmembers Mark Kersey and Marti Emerald, Supervisors Ron Roberts and Dave Roberts, Jerry Sanders and the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, and entities like the County Office of Emergency Services, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), San Diego State University, KPBS, Economic Development Corporation and more. For more information about Prepare San Diego and how to get involved, visit www.preparesandiego.org.


92130 Residents Participate in the 2013 LJAWF

The 2013 La Jolla Art & Wine Festival (LJAWF), highly regarded as one of the most prestigious events of its kind on the West Coast, ramps up for its fifth and largest season yet on Oct. 12 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Oct. 13 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Spanning over half a mile long in the heart of La Jolla along Girard Ave., this nationally renowned juried art show and fundraiser is free and open to the public, with a $5 cash donation accepted at all the festival entrances. Highlighting the works of over 150 established artists from San Diego, Los Angeles, Orange County, Baja and beyond, the LJAWF features a silent auction, entertainment, gourmet marketplace, family art center, as well as an extensive wine and beer garden. Featured at the event are 92130’s own Sue Britt (www.papertapestry.net) and Catherine Dzialo-Haller (www.dzialo-haller.com). All profits raised benefit underfunded programs such as art, music, science, physical education, technology, and on-site medical care at local public elementary and middle schools. Since launching in 2009, the LJAWF has raised over $220,000. For more information, visit www.ljawf.org.

Conner’s Cause for Children 20th Anniversary Gala

Celebrating their 20-year anniversary, Conner’s Cause for Children presents an evening of stand-up comedy featuring professional comics from the Southern California area on Saturday, Oct. 19 at Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club. All funds raised at the event will benefit families with children who have a life-threatening illness or injury. Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction and dinner are included in the ticket price of $115 per person, with the event running from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Conner’s Cause for Children is the only nonprofit organization in the San Diego region that offers direct family assistance for out-of-pocket expenses relating to any and all life-threatening illnesses associated with children. Conner’s Cause for Children is now accepting auction donations and sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more information, contact Karen Gliner at 619-540-1650 or visit www.connerscause.org.

Megan Spector Receives Honor for Concert

Senior Yoga Pioneer Retires

Frank Iszak, founder of Silver Age Yoga Community Outreach (SAYCO), recently retired as executive director of the 10-year-old organization on Aug. 15. In 2003, Frank and his wife Serpil gave their first free yoga class to low-income seniors at the Mira Mesa Senior Center in San Diego. Frank, who emigrated to the United States in 1957 as a political refugee from Hungary, considers SAYCO “his payment of debt to America, for the privilege of becoming part of this great society.” Now 82, he has decided to dedicate his time to a movie currently in production about his escape from Hungary and life in America. Amy Roost will take over Frank’s directorship at SAYCO. “While I’ve only know Frank Iszak a few short months, he already inspires me. I am honored to carry out his legacy of empowering seniors to live strong, healthy and independent lives. I look forward to expanding our offering of free yoga to more seniors throughout the region and eventually nationwide,” shared Amy. Frank and Serpil will be honored at an Oct. 10 celebration at the Powerhouse Community Center in Del Mar. The event is open to the public. For ticket information, contact the SAYCO offices at 858-693-3110.

Thirteen-year-old Megan Spector was recently honored as the youngest recipient of the Combined Health Agencies Volunteer of the Year Award, at a ceremony in mid-September for her work to raise funds and awareness for ALS*. Megan’s aunt, Marjie Block, has waged a four-year battle with the disease, making the cause a top priority for her to help in any way that she can. Last fall, Megan was in Mission Bay with 1,600 other walkers as part of the Greater San Diego Chapter of the ALS Association’s Walk to Defeat ALS. It was Megan’s third time doing the ALS Walk, along with her parents and brother, Sheri, Steven and Cole Spector. But Megan didn’t stop there. Megan created and headlined a musical concert titled: Striking a Chord, a Benefit Concert to Help Beat ALS. Megan helped develop the concert program, secured other artists and event sponsors, and sold more than 450 tickets to fill the Irwin M. Jacobs Qualcomm Hall. Striking a Chord was a major success and, together with a silent auction and raffle, raised over $34,000 for the ALS Association. “I look forward to the day when my aunt and others with ALS will defeat this cruel disease,” said Megan. Megan will also sing the National Anthem at this year’s Walk to Defeat ALS, set for Sunday, Oct. 20 at Mission Bay Park. *Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), often referred to as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease,” is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord.

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n Sept. 12, 19 different agencies gathered for a luncheon hosted by the San Diego North Chamber of Commerce (SDNCC) honoring San Diego’s finest at the California Center for the Arts Escondido. Police and Public Safety personnel who have done a remarkable job saving lives, protecting communities and supporting businesses were honored throughout the event. San Diego Police Chief William Landsdown, District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis and San Diego FireRescue Fire Chief Javier Mainar were present to recognize and award those who have earned the designation based on their the hard work and commitment to protecting the region. Beneficiaries of the luncheon include the San Diego Burn Institute’s Camp Beyond the Scars and the San Diego County Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation. For a list of those who were honored or to learn more about upcoming SDNCC events, visit www.sdncc.com. ¢

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La Jolla Oral and Facial Surgery, the foundation of the practice is creating a positive experience for each and every patient. “We make every effort to provide our patients with a warm, compassionate and low stress environment in which to receive their surgical care,” stated Kim Carrillo, public relations coordinator for the practice. According to Carrillo, Dr. Robert Gramins and Dr. Albert Lin are specialists who are trained, skilled

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and uniquely qualified to manage and treat facial injuries. They are well-versed in emergency care, acute treatment, long-term reconstruction and rehabilitation and understand both the physical and emotional impact facial injuries may have on their patients. Drs. Gramins and Lin also pride themselves on the practice’s state-of-the art equipment and techniques, as well as their highly qualified surgical assistants. “The surgical staff at La Jolla Oral and Facial Surgery is experienced and certified in assisting with oral and maxillofacial surgeries,” explained Carrillo. Drs. Gramins and Lin have received extensive training in facial trauma reconstruction, orthognathic jaw surgery, treatment of maxillofacial pathology, trigeminal nerve repair, temporomandibular joint reconstruction, advanced dental implant placement, and aesthetic facial surgery. Additionally, La Jolla Oral & Facial Surgery has voluntarily had their practice accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, also known as AAAHC. This means that they have to successfully undergo a thorough onsite review of their policies and practices by expert surveyors every two years in order to obtain and keep their accreditation. This is the highest level of certification that can be obtained and stands as assurance that they practice to the upmost standards of safety and are committed to providing quality patient care. For more detailed information on the standards that the practice must adhere to, visit www.aaahc.org. SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT


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Dr. Gramins is a fellow of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and is Board Certified as a Diplomate by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Dr. Gramins is one of a select group of oral and maxillofacial surgeons who are licensed by the State of California to perform cosmetic facial procedures. He was also selected as one of two oral and maxillofacial surgeons to sit on the Cosmetic Surgery Credentialing Board for the State of California, currently serving as president. His other affiliations include the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, International Team for Implantology, California Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, American Society of Dental Anesthesiologists, American Dental Association, California Dental Association, and the San Diego Dental Society. Dr. Gramins is an avid golfer and enjoys surfing, fishing and living in San Diego.

Dr. lin

Dr. Lin is Board Certified as a Diplomate by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and is also a Fellow in American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. He was elected by his peers to serve as president of the California Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons for the upcoming year, as well as elected “National Delegate” representing California in the national House of Delegates for the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. He is also the former “Chief of Surgery” at Pomerado Hospital, where he is on staff. Dr. Lin is also a member of the American Society of Dental Anesthesiologists, American Dental Association, California Dental Association, San Diego Dental Association and the California Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. For more information about Drs. Gramins and Lin and La Jolla Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, visit www.ljofs.com. ¢

AT A GLANCE Name of Business:

Owners:

La Jolla Oral and Facial Surgery Dr. Robert Gramins

Dr. Albert Lin Address:

7855 Fay Avenue, Suite 240

La Jolla, CA 92037

Website:

www.ljofs.com

Email Contact:

info@ljofs.com

Phone:

Description of Business:

858-459-0862 Respected and cutting edge oral,

implant and facial cosmetic surgery practice in San Diego.

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SIDE

OUT

Local Volleyball Programs Are Bringing Opportunities to Girls of All Ages photos by Soul of Photography

Volleyball

has become a year-round sport, on the indoor courts and the beach sands, and is catching

the liking of girls and boys of all ages. It’s a sport that kids are learning at a young age and can be played on a recreational, competitive and elite level. The season has begun on the high school level and the local girls participating couldn’t be more prepared. Torrey Pines High School Head Coach Brennan Dean and Canyon Crest Academy Head Coach Ariel Haas weigh in on the outlook for their teams, opportunities for girls of all ages and the physicality of the sport. Whether a girl is just starting out as early as third grade or a veteran on the court being watched by college scouts, the sport

KNOW?

DID YOU

brings camaraderie, self-esteem, athleticism and a lot of fun for all involved.

In 1895 an instructor at the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) by the name of William Morgan decided to blend elements of basketball, baseball, tennis and handball to create a game for his classes that would demand less physical contact than basketball. The “Y” took this new game around the world and introduced a uniquely American sport to many foreign lands. In 1916, the Philippines made its own contribution to volleyball by introducing an element of offense that would forever change the game. A receiving player would pass a ball in a high trajectory that would then be struck by another player. The set and spike were born. There are more than 46 million Americans who play volleyball. This game was first introduced to Olympic competition at the Tokyo Games of 1964. The U.S. won its first medals in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics when the men captured the gold and the women the silver. There are 30 rules of the game of volleyball.

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Q&A

with Torrey Pines High School Girls Head Coach Brennan Dean and Canyon Crest Academy Girls Head Coach Ariel Haas WHAt is tHe History BeHinD your volleyBAll cAreer As An AtHlete AnD As A coAcH? BD: I grew up playing club in San

AH: I started playing in 10th grade

Diego and sand volleyball along the

at University City High School. I was

at Torrey Pines High School (TPHS)

well as 1st Team All CIF. From there,

beaches. I played four years of varsity and then played at Chico State

University. I played every position at one point in my career which I think has helped me as a coach. While I was getting my master’s degree at Point Loma Nazarene University I

volunteered with my old high school coach at TPHS, working with the

boys. After I graduated, I took a job in Northern California where I met

my wife. During that year, I coached a middle school team, a JV high

a CIF champion my senior year as

I went to UCLA for my undergraduate studies and as a freshman was an

HoW long HAve you Been tHe HeAD coAcH AnD WHAt enticeD you to WAnt to coAcH?

history. They were the national

nAtHAn: I have been the head

AH: I have been the head coach

girls and boys volleyball program at

teaching and I love the game of

ago. I have always loved the sport

most decorated coach in Division 1 champions that year. I started the

Canyon Crest Academy (CCA) when the school opened and am currently the head coach for the girls team.

volleyball. I have fun helping kids improve the technical aspects of

their game. I spend endless hours

breaking down the game and figuring When I stopped playing I had a void in my life. Coaching was the natural

I got a job at TPHS as a counselor

since the school opened nine years and want to always be around it. I

enjoy teaching young people, being

around their energy and challenging them. It’s also great to see the kids

achieve more than they thought was possible.

way to fill that void.

and started working with the girls volleyball team. I worked up to

becoming the head coach of the girls

Club for the last eight years.

coach at TPHS for two years. I like

out ways to beat my opponents.

at Delta Valley Volleyball Club. Then,

coaching club at WAVE Volleyball

~ Ariel Haas

volleyball team under Al Scates – the

undergraduate assistant for the mens

school team, and a 16U club team

volleyball team. I have also been

“Seeing the kids dripping sweat and asking for more is definitely the most rewarding aspect of coaching.”

“The community and school have been an amazing support for me and the team.” ~Brennan Dean

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cAn you proviDe An outlook for your respective HigH scHool girls volleyBAll teAm? BD: TPHS should have a strong

AH: It’s difficult to say what this year

season this year. We graduated a lot

holds. We graduated seven players

forward to finding out who is going to

young contingent of experienced and

of seniors last year however, I look

step up and fill their shoes. We have

some strong returning talent (Rennie, Bueschler and Stephenson) and we have a lot of talent who was on JV who will be coming up.

including four starters. We return a

high level players but it’s difficult to

predict who and how others will fill the roles of those who graduated. We are expected to be good based on our

placement in the new Open Division beginning this year.


Funny Terminology

by John Kessel

ChiCKenwing: A last-ditch way to dig a ball using your elbow and a bent arm. FaCial DisgraCial: A spike that hits the opposing blocker or floor defender in the face. husbanD anD wiFe: When a serve drops untouched between two receivers who fail to move; each thinking the other’s going to get it.

Kong bloCK: A blocker who only uses one arm to block, the other arm hangs either by the side, or on the net, like King Kong swatting at planes from the Empire State Building.

PanCaKe: A one-handed floor defensive technique where the hand is extended and slid along the floor, palm down, and the ball rebounds off the back of the hand, rather than the floor.

waFFle: Missing a spike completely or just off the tips of your fingers.

WHAt is tHe most reWArDing Aspect ABout coAcHing? tHe most cHAllenging? BD: The most rewarding part of

frustrating when a talented volleyball

positive way on a daily basis. We

You know that they could make a

coaching is influencing kids in a

(coaching staff) always talk about the life skills that players learn at WAVE and at TPHS. We aren’t

just teaching volleyball, we want

to make sure these kids are ready

for the world and ready to become

significant contributors to our society.

expectations, except that each athlete

themselves to play outside their

at TPHS there isn’t a spot because

there are other talented players in that position.

AH: Seeing the kids dripping sweat

The most challenging – juggling

only have so many spots and it is

the kids feel comfortable challenging

varsity team at most high schools, but

some will even be in their weddings.

can’t take everyone on the team. We

comfort zone and to make/learn from

encourage mistakes. It is important

and asking for more is definitely the

The most difficult part is when we

AH: Demand perfection and

player is unable to make the team.

We talk about the relationships that

are formed with teammates and how

WHAt is your coAcHing pHilosopHy AnD HoW Do you instill tHAt upon tHe girls? their mistakes. We do not like to set

must perform their best during every contact made.

tell us ABout tHe support you receive from pArents, volunteers AnD tHe community. BD: The community and school have

AH: I have an amazing group

most rewarding aspect of coaching.

been an amazing support for me and

of parents. They provide energy

personalities and finding the best way

that helps run our varsity tournament

of ways. Parents who volunteer

to challenge each individual athlete to play and be their best.

the team. We have a parent group and they do a tremendous job

fundraising so that we can attend the top tournaments in the country.

and encouragement in all sorts in our fundraising efforts have

been incredible. They positively

encourage their children, and they

are passionate about the sport and school.

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:::: cover feature DO YOU hAVE ANY UPCOMING EVENTS, fUNDRAISERS OR TOURNAMENTS YOU WOULD LIkE TO ShARE WITh READERS? BD: The ASICS CA Challenge is one

Ah: During the season we run

varsity volleyball tournaments. We

evenings as a fundraiser. Visit www.

of California’s most prestigious girls will have 32 teams from California

and neighboring states. We host the tournament at Alliant University that

three adult volleyball leagues in the SanDiegoVolleyballLeague.com to

CLUB

PROGRAMS

learn more.

SAN DIEGO VBC

begins on Friday, Oct. 11.

BD: The club program that I am most

Epic Volleyball Club, Genuine

www.sdvbc.org San Diego Volleyball Club has been a part of the community for over 25 years. As they approach their fifth season in the 4S Ranch facility, they continue to teach volleyball skills, teamwork and self-esteem, in the spirit of competition to their participants.

have been involved in the club for the

Volleyball Club are other great clubs

EPIC VBC

TELL US ABOUT ThE CLUB PROGRAMS AVAILABLE IN ThE LOCAL AREA. familiar with is WAVE Volleyball. I

Volleyball Club and San Diego

round training at a high level. The

repetitions and high-quality feedback

www.epicvb.com Epic Volleyball Club is primarily a junior club for boys and girls. The club fields traveling teams that compete in the Southern California region and non-traveling teams for girls that compete only locally. The club also provides training programs, clinics and summer camps. The club operates out of a permanent, state-of-the-art, five-court facility located in Poway.

is unbelievable. On staff we

coaches looking to recruit young

WAVE VOLLEYBALL

past eight years. Coast Volleyball,

in our area that draw girls from the communities.

WhAT IS ThE BENEfIT Of PLAYING fOR A CLUB TEAM? Bh: The benefit of club is year-

coaching staff at WAVE Volleyball

Ah: Girls will have additional

along with exposure to college

Bh: It is not essential to play club to

in order to compete for your spot on

www.wavevb.com Wave Volleyball is a family-oriented club, with a goal to provide the finest possible volleyball experience to every athlete that is involved in the program – as a player, person and student/athlete. All WAVE teams practice at the Fairgrounds Volleyball Center – the “Big White Tent” located just west of I-5 near the San Diego Fairgrounds. The center was designed strictly for volleyball with ample room around each court, high ceilings and hundreds of volleyballs.

girls who play on varsity for their high

I have always been a big fan of the

GENUINE VOLLEYBALL CLUB

have coaches who have played international indoor and beach

volleyball, won Olympic medals

and who have played at amazing

talented athletes. Plus, there is more opportunity to have fun and play the game they truly love.

universities.

IS IT ESSENTIAL TO PLAY fOR A CLUB TEAM If YOU PLAY ON ThE hIGh SChOOL TEAM? make the high school team, but most school are playing club.

Ah: No, although it helps. Most of the players on my varsity team play club of some sort. It is almost a necessity

the team. I wish it wasn’t this way as multi-sport athlete who is afforded

the opportunity to play many different sports. Being able to play multiple sports helps to prevent burnout,

keeps girls physically healthy and provides a lot of fun experiences.

IS IT DIffICULT fOR A GIRL TO BECOME INVOLVED WITh ThE SPORT AS A TEENAGER If ShE hASN’T PLAYED IN YOUTh LEAGUES? Ah: No. We have had and continue

to have players new to the sport entering high school play on our

novice team. Previous experience helps but is not required.

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www.genuinevolleyball.com Genuine Volleyball club is located in Carlsbad. They offer elite indoor volleyball training opportunities 12 months a year incorporating sports specific training, and globally certified instruction with a very dedicated and qualified staff.

COAST VOLLEYBALL CLUB

www.coastvbc.com COAST Volleyball Club is a program that brings together teachers of fantastic origins with one common interest, to serve kids. The club offers elite, regional and local programs in Sorrento, Inland North County, Chula Vista, Solana Beach, La Jolla and Point Loma.


WhAT IS ThE TYPICAL AGE A GIRL MIGhT START PLAYING VOLLEYBALL? WhAT’S ThE DRAW TO ThE SPORT? BD: Players can start playing

Ah: Usually between the ages of 10

volleyball as early as third grade.

and 13. The draw to the sport is the

around fifth or sixth grade. The draw

fast-paced exciting sport with a lot of

We see most players starting

to the sport is the fun and fast-

paced environment. The thing I love

opportunity to play on a team in a game time opportunities.

about volleyball is you can play a

game with four people, six people, eight people, etc.

WhAT IS ThE TRAINING REGIMEN fOR VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS AS fAR AS CONDITIONING, PREPARING, IMPROVING AND SUCCEEDING AT ThE SPORT? Ah: Play, play, play. Eat right. I

encourage the girls to always push

themselves physically to get better.

IS ThERE ANY LOCAL TALENT WhO hAS GONE ON TO PLAY ON A COLLEGIATE AND/OR PROfESSIONAL LEVEL? BD: There are dozens. San Diego

athletes coming out of CCA every

talent.

on the USA Volleyball Junior National

has become a hotbed of volleyball

Ah: Tons. Last year from CCA we

had four graduates move on to play at four-year schools. We have collegiate

year. Two years ago we had a player Team and on the U.S. Girls’ Youth National Volleyball Team (only 12

players from across the country make the team).

SAND VOLLEYBALL hAS GAINED POPULARITY SINCE IT hAS BECOME SUCh A VISIBLE OLYMPIC SPORT. hAS ThIS SPIkED ThE INTEREST IN ThE SPORT ON A hIGh SChOOL LEVEL? Ah: It’s difficult to say whether it

another two to three years it will be.

door for sand volleyball to become a

the county that competed in the

spiked interest, but it has opened the larger draw through the clubs. Last year we attempted to start sand

volleyball as a high school sport. It is

not a CIF sport yet but we envision in

CCA was one of eight teams around inaugural season of San Diego sand volleyball in high school. We have

BD: I am married to Kristen Dean

of course, I have to mention my world renowned dog, Wallie.

BD: I love to read motivational,

management and leadership books.

three sand courts on campus so it

made fielding a team much easier.

PLEASE TELL US ABOUT YOUR fAMILY. who supports me like no other and,

WhAT ARE YOUR hOBBIES AND INTERESTS?

Ah: My wife Kelly and I have

two children – son, Campbell (5), daughter Genevieve (1 ½ ).

Ah: I enjoy playing and

coaching volleyball, photography,

entrepreneurship, playing with my kids, traveling and gardening.

WhAT IS YOUR fAVORITE ThING ABOUT BEING PART Of ThE LOCAL COMMUNITY? BD: I love giving back to the

community that gave me so much.

Ah: Everybody is so kind and

generous. They are passionate

about their kids and encouraging the success of their children. They are

athletic and find sports, especially for our youth, to be important. ¢

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:::: Realtor profile

Your Neighborhood

Realtor

Dan Conway & Associates Strive to Meet and Exceed Client Expectations by MICHELLE TREMBLAY | photos by Tyler McElhaney

F

or Dan Conway, making a career where he was a star player for the Eagles football change to real estate was an easy team. His experience playing collegiate ball decision. “My family has been in propelled him into a career as a professional the real estate business for over 50 football player with the Buffalo Bills in the National years, so it seemed like a natural Football League. After an eye injury ended his progression,” said Dan. After a successful football career, Dan made the move to San teaching and coaching career, and a strong Diego, where he eventually found his way into the association to 92130 (his wife, Pattie, was a real estate business and hence Dan Conway & realtor in the area for over 20 years) Dan started Associates was born. working as a realtor in Carmel Valley in 2004. A So, what can one expect from Dan Conway lot has changed since his first days at work – for & Associates? “We have been connecting sellers one thing, he has received numerous accolades in the industry for being, amongst other things, a consistent Name of Business: Dan Conway & Associates, Inc. top agent. However, there is Name of Owner: Dan Conway one thing that has remained Years in Position: 9 the same from the start; and Year of Establishment: 2004 that’s Dan’s unwavering Address: 3860 Valley Centre Drive, Suite 409, 92130 commitment to providing Website: www.DanConwaySOLD.com quality service to his clients. www.CarmelValleyHomesSanDiego.com Born and raised Email Contact: Dan@ConwayRE.com in Massachusetts, Dan Phone: 858-243-5278; 858-243-0873 attended Boston College for Description of Business: A full-service real estate agency his undergraduate degree,

and buyers throughout San Diego using our concierge service,” said Dan. “We take over for our clients and handle all the little things and big items that may arise during a real estate transaction.” To present a home in its best condition, Dan’s concierge service includes but is not limited to: staging a home, landscaping, painting, handyman services, carpet cleaning and home cleaning. “We purchase a Home Warranty in the event of an appliance breakdown,” added Dan. “We also build personal websites to show off your home on the internet.” Having been named upbeat, resourceful, knowledgeable, friendly, and professional, one can see why Dan is so successful. Dan has been awarded “Top Agent in Del Mar” for 2009, 2010 and 2011 and named as one of the Top Five in Prudential in 2012. “I’ve been elected for San Diego Magazine’s Best in Customer Service for last five years and I have received Prudential’s Spirit award four years in a row,” Dan shared. But perhaps the biggest thing Dan would like one to take away from his company is a satisfactory customer service experience. “Our mission is to provide quality service to meet and exceed our clients’ expectations,” stated Dan. 

We have been connecting sellers and buyers throughout San Diego using our concierge service.”

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13-Year-Old Newcomer Aaron Acosta Captivates Fans

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ablo “Chino” Nuñez, the Grammy-winning producer, percussionist, composer, recording artist and recognized Salsa luminary, aims to attract young mainstream music fans with a fresh Latin twist on two newly released pop favorites. Nuñez, who has worked with legendary stars like Marc Anthony, Ray Barretto and Willie Colon, is betting on the crossover appeal of Carmel Valley Middle School student Aaron Acosta (13) to captivate a new generation of Latin music fans. Nuñez, whose work and credits span four decades, is banking on new young talent to do for salsa what young stars like Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber have done for pop and country music genres. “The time is right for Salsa music to move into the mainstream with a new face and a new energy that crosses culture and appeals to younger fans,” shared Nuñez. Acosta is known for being a talented theatre performer who resides in 92130 whose credits include acting and singing roles in the world premiere of the Broadway musical “Chaplain” when it premiered at the La Jolla Playhouse in 2010. He was also a performer in the nationally recognized Old Globe production of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” from

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2009 to 2012. Of Mexican and Irish descent, Acosta also recently completed principal photography for the feature film “Slingers” where he plays the lead role of Bradley. The film is scheduled for release this fall. Nuñez has produced and arranged two songs performed by Acosta, including a Salsa version of Betcha by Golly Wow made famous by The Stylistics (1971) and a Bachata rendition of Dream Lover made famous by heartthrob Bobby Darin in 1959. For Betcha By Golly Wow, Nuñez inserted a tropical, Salsa sound blended with a hip hop feel. For Dream Lover, Nuñez added a pop music spin to the explosive Bachata sound made popular by artists like Prince Royce. “What excites me about this project and Aaron Acosta is the breakout potential to define a new sound. I hope people are as excited about it as I have been to bring this sound and talent together,” said Nuñez. Betcha By Golly Wow and Dream Lover are available for download on iTunes and viewing on YouTube. For more information about Aaron Acosta, visit www.facebook.com/ aaronacostafanpage or you can catch him out and about playing basketball, paintball, the piano or video games when he is not on stage or in the studio.¢


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:::: in our own backyard

WITH FLYING

COLORS

Free Flight Brings a Taste of the Exotic to Del Mar

L

by Susan Shen

ooking for a unique, local and feathery experience? Best bets are that you’ll find it at Free Flight, a non-profit organization that specializes in the rehabilitation of exotic birds. It was founded by veterinarian Dr. Stonebreaker, who had in mind a beneficial and educational facility that would be open to the public for a day of avian enjoyment. photos courtesy of Free Flight

Free Flight

Profile Information Name:

Free Flight Exotic Bird Sanctuary

Website:

www.freeflightbirds.org

Email:

freeflightbirds@live.com

Location:

2132 Jimmy Durante Blvd.

Del Mar, CA 92014

Phone:

858-481-3148

Facebook:

www.facebook.com/freeflightbirds

Twitter:

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Hours:

10 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Daily);

10 a.m. – 2 p.m. (Wed)

Admission:

$5 (Adults); $2 (Children under 13)

Upcoming Events:

Oct. 12: 4th Annual Fund-Raiser

Mission:

Free Flight's mission is to maintain a

sanctuary that shelters, nurtures and re-socializes parrots, while educating the public to inspire a lasting concern for the well-being of exotic birds.

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S

ince the inception of Free Flight, the sanctuary has expanded into a full-fledged non-profit organization, bent on continuing the mission of its former benefactor. It has succeeded admirably, sprouting out various programs that cater to individuals of all ages. For instance, its outreach program reaches out to schools, animal shelters, senior centers and community events. As a result, Free Flight has charmed adults and entranced children. “Kids love interacting with the birds; getting the chance to feed, pet or hold an exotic bird create memories that last a lifetime,” explained Sarah Booher, a Free Flight representative. Besides the on-site activities, Free Flight provides a Junior Docent program, which teaches kids ages 12 to 18 about birds and how to volunteer. But kids are not the only volunteers – adults are also encouraged to help out by cleaning the facility, helping at fundraisers and promoting Free Flight. A visit to Free Flight merits a good look at the koi pond – stocked with slightly whiskered fish in bright shades – and the main attraction, the stunningly gorgeous birds. Besides being able to interact with these squawking residents, visitors may also learn of their colorful background. “All the birds here have their own unique and interesting story,” shared Sarah. The facility on site continuously seeks ways to keep the birds healthy and thriving in the Free Flight environment. Perhaps your visit to Free Flight will inspire you to house one of these feathery bundles of joy at home. Those who are interested in adopting a bird can fill out an application and meet the adoptable birds; upon being accessed, the applicant will be matched to a bird and hopefully, a lasting bond will be formed. However, those who are simply searching for refreshingly educational and fun adventure can be guaranteed one at Free Flight. Bring a few dollars and an open mind, and be prepared for a “flying” fascination like no other! 


:::: Dentistry profile

kid friendly

Elite Pediatric Dentistry Helps Children and Their Parents Feel Good About Going to the Dentist by Jennifer Frakes | photos by Michael Bielecki

E

lite Pediatric Dentistry, Dr. Femme practice so that I can provide the best care I can to Dr. Ambrosio has worked in various pediatric Ambrosio and her staff strive to create all of my families. I never want a parent or child to dental offices throughout the country and learned a a positive experience for every patient, feel overlooked or rushed,” related Dr. Ambrosio. great deal from each experience. When she decided every day. “We are a small boutique Parents are welcome in the treatment rooms, all of to open her own practice, she sought to hire not practice and are focused on each family’s needs. which are private and not in an open setting with only people who had knowledge and the skill set, We encourage open communication and take time other families. The office is an esthetically modern but also had the personality and determination to to explain prevention plans, treatment and procedure environment that is inviting to children of all ages as provide the best care to patients. “From the moment options and finances,” described Dr. Ambrosio, Board well as parents. a parent calls to schedule an appointment to the Certified Pediatric Dentist. Elite Pediatric Dentistry For Dr. Ambrosio and her staff, staying up-totime a family walks out the door, they are treated provides comprehensive dental care to children of all date on technology is a vital part of assessing and with care,” said Dr. Ambrosio. ages, from infants to young adults, as well as children delivering complete oral health. The office has childDr. Ambrosio is a native San Diegan and a with special health care needs. size digital x-ray equipment that decreases radiation mother, both of which she feels serve her well in According to Dr. Ambrosio, having a boutique, exposure, as well as a computer-controlled tooth her practice. “As a mother, I understand the needs or small-scale, practice allows her to spend the time anesthesia device that increases patient comfort. of families. I want parents to be happy with the necessary to ensure that children and parents have A children’s reception area with books and games, quality of care that their children are receiving. Many a positive experience and receive the best possible overhead flat-screen monitors and a prize wheel of my patients are the children of people who I’ve care. She understands that each child is unique allow for a fun experience for the child. known since childhood. I am thankful to the parents, and must be treated as such, which is an important It is the friendly and compassionate staff at Elite friends, colleagues and old classmates who put their aspect of a child’s overall health. “Our patient and Pediatric Dentistry that truly sets the practice apart trust in me,” related Dr. Ambrosio. ¢ caring staff understands that it is important to get to know each child individually and time must be spent with both them and their family during Name of Business: Elite Pediatric Dentistry each visit. The goal is to establish Owner/Manager: Dr. Femme Ambrosio a trusting relationship that leads to Years in Position: 5 years easier dental visits and better oral Year of Establishment: 1 year health,” explained Dr. Ambrosio. Address: 16918 Dove Canyon Rd., Suite 204, San Diego, CA 92127 Located in the new 4S Health Website: www.elitepediatricdentistry.com Center on Dove Canyon Road, Email contact: femmeambrosio@gmail.com a significant aspect of creating Phone: (858) 451-5400 a welcoming environment is the Description: Elite Pediatric Dentistry is a boutique practice lay-out of the office space. “A lot of focused on providing personalized, quality care in a supportive, informative and thought was put into the planning nurturing environment. of the practice. I wanted a small

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Supporting Education Meet the Carmel Valley 5K Volunteer Committee by amy lehrer | photos by Zeena Gregg Photography

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hanks to a bunch of dedicated volunteers (and then some), Carmel Valley will have its second 5K race this January.

School Ambassador Kim Martini is passionate about promoting wellness via an active lifestyle. She shared, “We are confident that we will deliver an amazing race event that will be a positive experience for everyone.” Volunteer Coordinator Rachelle Fischer volunteered to get more involved in her community and meet other parents. She encouraged, “Those who have family members racing can volunteer and watch the race by volunteering on the course or at the start/finish line. Please go to www.carmelvalley5K.com and click on the volunteer tab.” School Publicity Chair Michele Lesher volunteered because Carmel Valley needed an organized run. She encourages sports teams to sign up and run together. She suggested, “If you’re interested in being an ‘insider’ at your school or club and can help us promote this event, let us know.” Race Day Fundraiser and Accountant Penny Tom is eager to raise more money this year than last year. Registration Volunteer Bill Delano emphasizes this race is an excellent opportunity to meet other runners in the community and support a worthwhile cause. Medical Team Co-Coordinator Stephen Ronco, D.C. volunteered to support his community and promote fitness. He assured, “Be confident we have taken precautions to provide a safe, fun environment.”

Post Party Co-Lead Tracy Jackel thinks this race is a great opportunity for the community to support children and schools. She suggested, “If you have a business and would like to purchase a booth, please let us know. It is great marketing for your business!” Post-Race Expo Coordinator Stacy Modugno thinks fitness is a fantastic way to bring the community together. She loves witnessing beaming race day faces that reveal pride and a sense of accomplishment. Sponsorship Coordinator Amy Gibson is volunteering again this year because she loves the committee members’ positive energy. She’s looking forward to seeing the “big check” amount for DMSEF. Race Day Organizer Jeff Polizzotto looks forward to raising funds for DMSEF schools and feeling the energy on race day. Marketing and Publicity Lead Lillian McGillivray feels this race is an exciting way to introduce health and fitness to everyone. Fun Run Lead Megan Yu designed a new course that will allow the entire family to participate, strollers and all. Awards/Auction Coordinator Mimi Extance volunteered to help schools and her community and is proud to be part of this event.

The Kaiser Permanente Carmel Valley 5K and Fun Run is on Jan. 25 and registration is now open. Based on hearing how things are going from the lead volunteers, this race is sure to be fun for people of all ages. Last year's success of raising over $38K for the Del Mar Schools Education Foundation had these dedicated community members lining up to volunteer their time this year. They would love to see you at the starting line. Visit www.carmelvalley5k.com to learn more.

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THE RIGHT temperature

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ost homeowners will admit that even though the weather in San Diego is relatively mild year-round, their air conditioning systems definitely get a workout in the hotter summer months. According to Jason Purgason of JPM Heating & Air, Inc., air conditioning systems last for only about 18 to 20 years before needing to be replaced. And even if the system isn’t that old, homeowners who notice their air conditioning systems are not operating at the same level at the end of summer as they were in June may also want to consult with a heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) professional. “Typically, a simple diagnostic of a unit’s age and condition will give insight into whether or not a system needs to be replaced,” explained Purgason. Although replacing an air conditioning system may seem more costly than simply repairing an older unit, oftentimes newer systems are more cost and energy efficient, leading to greater savings in the longterm. “Newer systems can have less impact on the environment and on the homeowner’s budget. Replacing a faulty unit cannot only improve the efficiency of your heating or cooling unit, but also reduce the day-to-day costs of running one,” stated Purgason. Newer units tend to be more

accurate and user-friendly, enabling homeowners to customize settings for optimum energy and cost savings. In addition, homeowners who purchase high efficiency units may receive tax benefits for reducing their carbon footprint. Before deciding to replace an air conditioning system, it is important to work with an HVAC professional to determine what system will work best in the home. “When replacing a system, the size of the home, usage style, geographic location and the insulation capability of your home are all things to be considered,” said Purgason. In other words, the new system must be compatible with the needs of the individual homeowner and accommodate the living space where it will be used. Most HVAC companies will remove old units when replacing it with a new one. The old units are typically taken to a recycling center for scrap metal and parts. And regardless of whether a homeowner decides to install a new air conditioning system or stick with their old one, changing the filter is essential. Purgason recommends performing this easy, doit-yourself task up to four times per year for older systems and at least twice per year for newer systems. 

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enicillin is the most commonly reported medication allergy, and is self-reported by about 5 to 10 percent of patients. However, according to Dr Kusum Sharma, Director, Allergy & Asthma Clinics at AKANE Institute of Allergy, Asthma & Sleep Medicine, most of these patients are not truly penicillin allergic. In large-scale studies of penicillin skin testing, approximately 85 to 90 percent of these individuals are found not to have positive skin tests and are able to tolerate penicillins. Nine out of ten people who believe they are allergic can take penicillin without a problem, either because they were never truly allergic or because their allergy to penicillin has resolved over time. People who have a remote history of allergic reaction to a medication may become less allergic as time passes. The good news is that recently FDA has approved Pre-Pen so allergists can now offer skin testing for penicillin. This is covered by most insurance companies. Testing usually takes about one hour to complete. The skin is pricked and injected with Pre-Pen and observed for a reaction. A positive skin reaction is an itchy, red bump that lasts about half an hour and then resolves.

A positive test indicates that the person is truly allergic and should continue to avoid penicillins. If the patient completes the skin testing without a positive reaction, a single oral dose of full strength penicillin is commonly given to confirm that the patient does not have an allergy to the medication. Dr Kusum Sharma then notifies the 9 out of 10 patients’ other treating doctors so they can remove the penicillin allergy people who believe label from their medical charts. they are allergic According to Dr Sharma, there are many advantages of removing the can take penicillin penicillin allergy label: without a problem.” • Millions of people are incorrectly ~Dr. Kusum Sharma, labeled as penicillin allergic Akane Institute for some “non-allergic adverse

reaction.” • Doctors can have the freedom to choose any antibiotic • Using Penicillins allows to reduce cost as co-pay for these antibiotics is usually lower. • Penicillins are still considered very effective and less toxic than most other antibiotics. • The use of narrow spectrum antibiotics like most Penicillins rather than other broad spectrum antibiotics helps prevent emergence of multi-drug resistance organisms. So as Dr. Sharma puts it, for many of us the choice is ours: To be or not to be...Penicillin allergic! ¢

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from community offices. Each serious investor will work with one financial advisor and one branch office administrator. Clients will not be calling an 800 number for advice. Rather, investors will talk to someone who knows their specific situation and what they are working toward. In this way, advisors develop trusted personal relationships with their clients to enable them to deliver tailored financial advice, guidance and service. Behind the scenes, however, thousands of people and advanced technology support each local office so that this level of personal support can be delivered. In addition to serving individual investors, advisors donate, walk, ride, run or sponsor others to support their communities via eight charitable causes like the United Way. Those willing to follow a disciplined strategy to achieve their financial goals and those who want to discuss their long-term financial goals with a CFP® committed to serving personal investors, should contact Diane Huckabee, the local Edward Jones Investments advisor. 

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Will There be Another Buying Frenzy in 2013? 2013

has seen a remarkable increase in homes sold in 92130 and many seller’s jumped on the bandwagon. Houses in Carmel Valley were listed and sold, in just a few days, at list price and in many cases over list price with multiple offers. We were thrilled for our clients and our selling strategies made us look brilliant. We clearly were in a seller’s market and everyone was happy. A seller’s market is where houses are in demand and inventory is low. This occurs when there are not enough homes to satisfy the number of buyers in the market. As a result, sellers increase their asking prices and the buyers are willing to pay more due to limited options. However, in the last few weeks we’ve seen a market shift – a shift towards the buyer’s market. Homes are currently staying on the market (MLS) for a longer period of time. Why? There were a larger number of homes available after the spring and summer buying blitz. Also, buyers are becoming more selective and want to ensure that the properties they are buying are worth their value and the homes are in pristine shape.

This shift has stunned many sellers having them question what happened to the multiple offers. The fall of 2013 should see sellers and buyers connecting once again. Why? Why not. If a seller is willing to sell and a buyer is willing to buy, let’s make a deal. It’s all about supply and demand. There’s plenty of inventory (supply), and there are still plenty of buyers (demand). We should see another buying frenzy since prices have stabilized and interest rates are still low. Sellers who are eager to move and have reduced their asking price, many times over a period of months, may be more willing to accept an offer they previously would not have entertained. Sellers have earned the right to see offers – Make one! ¢

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Beds Baths Est SF 2

Beds

Baths

Est SF

Price

3

2672

965,000

Price

Address 4724 Reedley Ter

4

3

2751

1,250,000

10513 Sand Crab Pl

4

3

2,521

965,000

4961 Manor Ridge Ln

4

4

3,094

1,250,000

10574 Gaylemont Ln

4

3

2720

968,000

7464 Collins Ranch Ct

5

5

3953

1,255,000

13032 Deer Park Wy

4

3

2,724

972,000

5178 Avenida Cantaria

5

4

3,428

1,255,000

14230 Fox Run Row

2

3

2672

980,000

5462 Colt Ter

5

5

4396

1,257,500

4884 Riding Ridge Rd

4

4

2658

980,000

4860 Barlows Landing Cv

4

4

3159

1,261,000

3783 Torrey View Ct

4

4

2,802

980,000

4665 Belvista Ct

4

3

2828

1,265,000

12817 Seabreeze Farms Dr

4

4

3731

995,000

5442 Foxhound Wy

5

4

3,609

1,275,000

13053 Sandown Wy

4

3

3,708

1,000,000

5098 Seachase St

6

5

3656

1,300,000

7762 Carol Glen Ct

5

5

3098

1,004,223

13195 Seagrove St

5

5

3656

1,305,000

12632 Prego Ct

4

3

2904

1,005,000

14075 Collins Ranch Pl

5

5

3953

1,320,000

5340 Caminito Exquisito

4

4

2935

1,020,000

10875 Craven Ridge Wy

6

5

4,454

1,335,000

13282 Courtland Ter

4

3

2,776

1,090,000

13754 Old El Camino Real

3

3

3375

1,345,000

5011 Sterling Grove Ln

5

4

3094

1,135,000

4522 Falcon Ridge Ct

5

3

3,273

1,355,000

14363 Calle Andalucia

5

3

3428

1,150,000

4961 Concannon Ct

4

4

3,650

1,365,000

13423 Moreton Gln

5

5

3736

1,150,000

10771 Spur Point Ct

5

5

3730

1,399,000

5148 Vail Creek Ct

5

3

3,020

1,160,000

13377 Wyngate Pt

5

5

3,413

1,419,000 1,529,000

13638 Old El Camino Real

3

4

2,991

1,175,000

5470 Harvest Run Dr

6

6

4670

5257 Sanddollar Ct

4

3

3197

1,187,500

11388 Mustang Ridge Dr

5

5

3,845

1,575,000

5201 Sandhill Ct

4

3

3,114

1,194,000

13132 Winstanley Wy

4

5

4,008

1,580,000

13443 Moreton Gln

5

5

3922

1,200,000

4854 Bayliss Ct

4

5

4008

1,625,000

5483 Valerio Trl

5

5

3,736

1,200,000

10773 Cherry Hill Dr

5

5

3,527

1,650,000

13578 Ginger Glen Rd

5

5

3,622

1,200,000

5184 Seagrove Pl

5

6

4,144

1,680,000

4863 Fairport Wy

4

4

3159

1,215,000

5244 Greenwillow Ln

5

5

4454

1,850,000

11265 Vereda Mar De Corazon

5

3

2834

1,215,000

6632 Santolina Ct

4

4

4000

2,100,000

5871 Blazing Star Ln

4

3

3230

1,220,000

13911 Rancho Solana Trl

5

6

6370

2,850,000

13263 Courtland Ter

4

3

3071

1,235,000

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