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Early Deadlines! The Tehachapi News office will be closed on Monday, May 27, in recognition of Memorial Day. We will have early deadlines for the editions of Tuesday, May 28 and Wednesday, May 29. Display ad deadline for these issues will be advanced 24 hours to Tuesday, May 21 at noon.

ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Although you might prefer moving forward at a steady pace, it might be a good idea to stop and reassess your plans. You could find a good reason to make a change at this time.

LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Taking time out of your busy schedule might be the best way to handle that sensitive private matter. It will help reassure everyone involved about your priorities.

TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Just when you thought you had everything planned to the smallest detail, you get some news that could unsettle things. But a timely explanation helps put it all back on track.

SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Insist on full disclosure by all parties before agreeing to be part of a "great deal." What you learn should help you decide whether to go with it or not.

GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Home and work continue to compete for your attention. But you handle it well by giving each its proper due. Someone you trust offers valuable advice. Listen to it.

SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Your decision to protect the secret that was entrusted to you might irk some people. But it also wins you the admiration of those who value trust and loyalty.

CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Unsettling news creates a difficult but not impossible situation. Continue to follow your planned routine, but keep your mind open to a possible change down the line.

CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Creative activities take on a practical approach as you realize you might be able to market your work. Ask for advice from someone experienced in this area.

LEO (July 23 to August 22) Lick your wounded pride if you like, but it's a better idea to find out why your suggestions were rejected. What you learn could help you deal with an upcoming situation.

AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) If you're suddenly a bit unsure about your decision, ask trusted colleagues and/or friends or family members for suggestions that could help resolve your doubts.

VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Feeling a bit listless? No wonder. You might be pushing too hard to finish everything on your to-do list. Cutting it down could help get your energy levels up.

PISCES (February 19 to March 20) A workplace situation could get stormy. But stay on course until there's a solution that meets with everyone's approval, and things can finally calm down.

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Arts & Entertainment Upcoming Events Events may be subject to cancellation and/or early ticket purchase or reservation; please check referenced website or phone numbers, for updates.

Live music Open Mic & Acoustic Jam • Tehachapi Every Wednesday night, music and poetry, at 7 p.m. at Fiddlers Crossing, 206 East “F” St., 823-9994. Sign up to perform at the door. La Bella Amore Italian Bistro • Tehachapi 209 S. Green St., 822-7419 • Grim Bernhoft 1st Friday • Guy and Debbie Martin 1st Saturday • Alicia Hansen, 2nd Friday • Geezers on the Loose 2nd Saturday • Craig Shaw 3rd Friday •Grim Bernhoft, 3rd Saturday • Pat Strong Trio 4th Friday • Jug Band 4th Saturday Apple Shed • Tehachapi Music provided during dinner hours, 333 E. Tehachapi Blvd. 8238333 • Debbie and Guy Martin Thursday, 2nd Saturday, 3rd and 4th Friday. • The Mountain Boys 1st Friday • Jo Stone 1st Saturday • Moving On 1st and 3rd Sunday • The Geezers 2nd Friday • Craig Shaw 2nd and 4th Sunday • Mountain Pass 3rd Saturday 58 Restaurant & Bar • Tehachapi 480 Steuber Rd., 822-9992 • Manic Mondays, Ladies Night, 80's music 5 to 8pm • Key Largo Band Saturday, 8 p.m. to close. Dog House Saloon • Tehachapi 777 West Tehachapi Blvd., 8224200. • Dead Mary Saturday, May 25, classic rock 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. Treasure Trove • Tehachapi 116 East

Tehachapi Blvd. 822-6794. • Full Moon Drumming CIrcle Saturday, May 25; 6 to 8 p.m. Bring drums, rattles, singing bowls and/or your best voice along with a potluck dish to share. Butlers Cafe • Palmdale 40125 10th St. West, Suite I, Palmdale, CA; 7 p.m. unless noted. 661272-9530. • That Literary Jam Thing Spoken word and music, 4th Friday of the month. • Git Along Little Dogies Country and Western May 25, with Robby Bausch and John Bergstrom & Western State of Mind. • Ian Shelby McCartor May 25, with guest Miya Folick • Guitararama June 1, Diego Garcia and Goh Kurosawa.

Concerts Fiddlers Crossing • Tehachapi 206 East “F” St. Tickets: Mountain Music, 206 East “F” St.; The Apple Shed, 333 E. Tehachapia Blvd; or call 823-9994. (Unless otherwise noted) For more information/tickets: • Laurence Juber guitarist extraordinaire, June 9; 3 p.m. • John Zipperer & Friends, Saturday, June 29; 7 p.m., $15 • Patrick Landeza Hawaiian Slack Key guitarist, singer with Bill Griffin, Mandolele, July 12; 7 p.m. Crystal Palace • Bakersfield 2620 Buck Owens Blvd. Tickets: (Call 661328-7560 or visit http://www.buck- ml) • Monty Byrom and the Buckaroos May 24 & 26; 7:30p.m. • Phil Vassar May 30th 7 p.m. Rabobank Theatre • Bakersfield 1001 Truxtun Ave. Tickets: Rabobank Arena box office or, 8527300, (Unless otherwise noted) • Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo & Cheap Trick June 14; 7:30 p.m. With special guest Brynn Marie. Tickets $33-$88. Boz Scaggs and Michael McDonald June 19; 7:30 p.m.; Tickets $38-$98. Lancaster Performing Arts • Lancaster 750 W. Lancaster Blvd. For schedule and tickets go to: • Juice Newton June 1; 8 p.m. $27 & $32. • Boogie Woogie Mamas: A Silver Celebration June 15 at 3 and 7 p.m.; $20. 661-7235950 for information The Fox Theatre • Bakersfield 2001 H. St. Tickets and information: • Primus 3D: May 29; 8 p.m. • Michael Jackson History June 22; 8 p.m.


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On the Cover

Memorial Day began after Civil War, was called ‘Decoration Day’


A Memorial Day service will be held at the Bakersfield National Cemetery, 30338 Bear Mountain Blvd., in Arvin, at 9 a.m., on May 26. Photo on the cover: Memorial Day ceremony that took place in 2012, at Philip Marx Central Park in downtown Tehahcapi.

Memorial Day will be observed in Tehachapi and at National Cemetery Tehachapi traditionally observes Memorial Day with a special ceremony in Philip Marx Central Park at Mojave and "E" Street near Downtown. Although there is sometimes a parade, one is not planned for this year. Everyone is invited to attend the ceremony in the park. Some chairs will be provided, but you may bring your own. This year’s event will have an honor guard, posting of

the color, tribute to all warriors and departed comrades, placement of a memorial wreath, rifle salute and more. Free refreshments will be offered after the ceremony, which is sponsored by the VFW, the American Legion and the Daughters of the American Revolution (TomoKahni Chapter.)

National Cemetery Bakersfield National

Cemetery will hold a Memorial Day Service at 9 a.m. on Sunday, May 26. The cemetery is located at 30338 E. Bear Mountain Blvd., Arvin. In recognition of Memorial Day, national cemeteries across the country place flags on gravesides. Youth groups or individuals who want to participate are invited to meet at 8 a.m. on Saturday, May 25. For more information call 661-867-2250.

Memorial Day — a national holiday originally called "Decoration Day" — will be observed on Monday, May 27. According to the Veterans Administration, the holiday was first observed three years after the end of the Civil War. On that day, May 5, 1868, the Grand Army of the Republic established Decoration Day as a time for the nation to decorate the graves of the war dead with flowers. Maj. Gen. John A. Logan declared that Decoration Day should be observed on May 30. It is believed that date was chosen because flowers would be in bloom all over the country. By the end of the 19th century, Memorial Day ceremonies were being held on May 30 throughout the nation. State legislatures passed proclamations designating the day, and the Army and Navy adopted regulations for proper observance at their facilities. It was not until after World War I, however, that the day was expanded to honor those who have died in all American wars. In 1971, Memorial Day was declared a national holiday by an act of Congress, though it is still often called Decoration Day. It was then also placed on the last Monday in May, as were some other federal holidays. To ensure the sacrifices of America ’s fallen heroes are never forgotten, in December 2000, the U.S. Congress passed and the president signed into law “The National Moment of Remembrance Act,” P.L. 106-579, creating the White House Commission on the National Moment of Remembrance. The commission’s charter is to “encourage the people of the United States to give something back to their country, which provides them so much freedom and opportunity” by encouraging and coordinating commemorations in the United States of Memorial Day and the National Moment of Remembrance. The National Moment of Remembrance encourages all Americans to pause wherever they are at 3 p.m. local time on Memorial Day for a minute of silence to remember and honor those who have died in service to the nation. As Moment of Remembrance founder Carmella LaSpada states: “It’s a way we can all help put the memorial back in Memorial Day.”

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Members of the TCT's improv troupe, "Comedy Under Construction", will tickle your funny-bone. Back row, left to right: Cheyenne Gustason, David Shacklock, Jackie Walters, Eric Leiss. Front row, left to right: Monica Nadon, Ashley Rasmussen and Kathleen Siciliani.

An evening of improv benefits Relay for Life BY MONICA NADON CONTRIBUTING WRITER

The Tehachapi Community Theatre (TCT) improv troupe, “Comedy Under Construction,” will perform two evenings of improv to benefit Relay For Life. TCT’s Relay for Life team, “Take a Bow” is raising money to help find a cure for cancer. Performances are Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1 at 7:30 p.m. at the beautiful Beekay Theatre located in downtown

Tehachapi at 110 S. Green Street. The $10 tickets may be purchased online at; at the ticket outlets: Picture Perfect and Stamps of Approval, Tehachapi Furniture or Johnny’s Take n’ Bake; or at the BeeKay box office 30 minutes prior to the show. If you’ve never been to an improv performance before, you’re in for a treat. The improvisers enact scenes based on

suggestions from the audience with hilarious results. Performing to delight your funny-bone are: Spencer James, Garret Lawrence, Eric Leiss, Jackie Walters, Ashley Rasmussen, Thaer Irvin, Heather Ringle, David Shacklock, Jacob Witter, Monica Nadon and Rick Gould. Come out and support the fight against cancer and have a fun-filled evening.

P-Dubs Grille & Bar • Stallion Springs 27725 Stallion Springs Dr., 8227777 • Line dancing every Tuesday, 7 to 9 p.m. City Slickers • Tehachapi 1001 W. Tehachapi Blvd., 8224939 • Line dancing lessons every Wednesday and Sunday night, 7 to 9 p.m. VFW Post #5948 • Tehachapi 221 W. Tehachapi Blvd., 8227500 • Karaoke with Erik 1st and 3rd Fridays, 7-11 p.m. Vets and guests of vets welcome.

Performances Beekay Theatre •

Tehachapi 110 S. Green St. Ticket and info: • Roar of the Greasepaint, Smell of the Crowd, June 14, 15, 21, 28, 29; 7:30 p.m. Matinees June 23, 30; 2 p.m. Bakersfield Community Theatre • Bakersfield 2400 South Chester Avenue, Bakersfield, CA. 661- 831-8114, •Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Directed by Pat Kerley, 7 p.m. on June 7-9, 14, 15, 21- 23. The Cherry Orchard • Bakersfield May 23-25, 8 p.m; May 30-June 1, 8 p.m; June 2, 2 p.m. Dore Arena Theatre, Cal State Bakersfield, 9001 Stockdale Hwy. Call 654-3093 or visit Gaslight Melodrama • Bakersfield 12748 Jomani Dr. Tickets: 5873377 or • Rosedale June 26 Sept. 14, Friday and Saturday performances 7 p.m., Sunday matinees, 2

p.m. Rabobank Theater • Bakersfield 1001 Truxtun Ave. Tickets: • Sesame Street Live: Can’t Stop Singing June 4; 7 p.m. and June 5; 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets: $12-$55. • Theresa Caputo June 7; 8 p.m. Interactive psychic readings; $35.75 Jerry Seinfeld Jul 26; 7 p.m.; Tickets $47-$77. The Fox Theatre • Bakersfield 2001 H. St. Tickets and information: • Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody July 12; 8 p.m.; $44. Learn more at

Hands-on Arts Treasure Trove • Tehachapi 116 East Tehachapi Blvd., call 822-6794 for information and class prices, achapiTreasureTrove Open studios: • Watercolor every Monday, 5-8 p.m; $5. See MORE • Page 5


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Auditions for ‘Butterflies are Free’ begin May 24 Tehachapi Community Theatre announces Auditions for a Blackbox Studio Production of “Butterflies are Free,” a romantic drama directed by Kenny Chugg. The play takes place in Manhattan in 1970. The story is about Don, a 22 year old musician who has been sheltered from life by his over protective mother, Mrs. Baker. Mrs. Baker finally agrees to let Don live on his own for 2 months. During this time, Don meets Jill Tanner, a 19 year old divorcee from Los Angeles and their relationship gets interesting. Mrs. Baker shows up unexpectedly after one month, and conflicts arise. The characters are: Don Baker, a 22 year old musician, Jill Tanner, a 19 year

old divorcee from Los Angeles, Mrs. Baker, Don’s over protective mother (early to late 40’s), and Ralph Austin, an off-Broadway director (mid 20’s to mid 30’s) Auditions will be Friday, May 24 at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, May 25 at 11 a.m. and call backs on Sunday, May 26 at 11 a.m. You must be 18 years old by August 1 to be cast in the play. Show dates are, Thursday, August 8, Friday August 9 and Saturday, August 10. Auditions will be held at TCT Second Space, 431 West J Street (next to the Spirited Bead). For additional information, call or text Kenny Chugg, 661-972-2890.

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• All Media every Thursday & Friday, 10 a.m.-1 p.m; $5. • First Friday Fun Fest June 7; 5-8 p.m. Demo by Gloria Moore, earth clay artist. Book signing by Lorraine Snelling. Art Classes: • Intro to Earth Clay with Gloria Moore, every Tuesdays, 3-5 p.m., ($30 +clay per class.)

• Beginning and Intermediate Watercolor with Jim Walsh New session starts June 24; 5 to 7:30 p.m. for 6 weeks ($30/session). • Beginning Oil Painting with Michelle Miller, Thursday, Starting May 23; 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. ($30/session) • Watercolor Seminar "Pelicans" by Misty Mountain Painters,

taught by Nancy Waldron, Saturday, May 25; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m..  Please contact Teri Gracey (661) 822-4153 or for information and reservations. • Powdered Glass Painting and Fusing with Juniata Neimeyer. ($50) • Polymer Clay Speck-

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Old Fashioned Way HE spends time with patients in a non-rushed manner HE usually sees patients promptly when they need to be seen and usually stays after hours when necessary. HE (the Physician) sees you for your medical needs, rather than a Physician’s Assistant or Nurse Practitioner.

HE is genuinely concerned about your costs in heath care and has your interests in mind. HE freely refers to highly qualified specialists (the same ones the doctor would want to see if he were ill). HE respects patients’ attitudes and philosophies regarding their care.

HE explains things in clear, understandable English.

HE prefers to please you, the patient.

HE is concerned and gets to know his patients.

HE has shown commitment to the community by being here for 29 years.

HE practices with a genuinely caring staff who believe in service. HE practices alongside Registered Nurses rather than alongside lesser qualified assistants.

HE practices in pleasant surroundings. HE is highly principled and highly qualified.

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led Petal Cane with Cathy Clark June 2; 1 to 4 p.m. $35 plus materials. • Dream Catcher Weaving with Susanna Monette June 8; 1-4p.m. $30 materials included. • Clay Mining and Processing with Gloria Moore June 15; 10a.m.-2 p.m., $30.Travel to Rosamond and mine to local clay and return to the Treasure Trove to process the clay. College Community Services – Family Learning Center • Tehachapi 107 S. Mill St. Ste. B; Offers free classes for people affected by mental illness and/or substance abuse. 661822-4639 • Art Classes Thursdays, May 23, 30; 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Tools, paints, canvas, and other misc. materials provided. • Calligraphy Classes Thursdays, 30; 2–3 p.m. Calligraphy pens and paper provided. Bakersfield Art Association • Bakersfield 1817 Eye St.,, 869-2320 (unless otherwise noted) • Very beginning acrylic painting; Saturdays, 1 - 4 p.m., 205-3488, • Beginning drawing and watercolor for highschool students and adults; First and third Mondays, 6 - 8 p.m., 330-2676 • Beginning oil painting Fridays, 2:30 - 4:30 p.m., 399-3707 • Composition Mondays, 2 - 5 pm., must call first: 333-4488 • Pencil lovers group Second and fourth Tuesday of each month, 9 a.m. - noon., 760-3766604, bradshawartist@earth • Fun with watercolorpen & ink: Every Wednesday 9:30a.m. 12:30 p.m. 872-2332 • Framing clinic: Every Wednesday, 1 - 4 p.m., 205-3488 • Color Without Your Palette! for All Mediums- with Phyllis Oliver, beginning and intermediate levels. • Figure Drawing Group with Charlotte White, meets on the 2nd and

4th Monday of the month, from 6-8 pm. Pre-register 330-2676 (evenings only) or Charlotte_l_white@ya • Experimental Watercolor Studio with Phyllis Oliver, meets on 3rd Monday of the month, 9 a.m.-noon. Pre-register 661-348-4717 or Experience Art • Bakersfield Summer children’s program. Classes begin June 11 through Aug. 3, 8:30 a.m.-noon, Monday through Friday. Bakersfield Museum of Art, 1930 R St. Call 3237219, or visit for more information.

Other Activities College Community Services – Family Learning Center • Tehachapi 107 S. Mill St. Ste. B; Free for people affected by mental illness and/or substance abuse. 661- 822-4639 • BINGO Fun Wednesday May 29; 3 – 4 p.m. • Happy Healthy Eating Tuesdays, May 28; 11 a.m. - noon. Treasure Trove • Tehachapi 116 East Tehachapi Blvd. 8226794. • Rainbow Potluck (LGBTQ) June 15; 6-8 p.m. Celebrate Tehachapi gay pride. Bring a dish to share. Buena Vista Museum of Natural History (BVMNH) • Bakersfield Events are held at BVMNH, 2018 Chester Ave, unless otherwise indicated. For information call 661-324-6350 or visit BVMNH is open Thursday–Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday 12-4 p.m. Museum admission: Child $4, Adult $7, Seniors and Students of 18 and older $5, group tours available with reservations. • BVMNH FREE DAY! Free Admission from 12 noon-4 pm on the third Thursday of each month. VFW Post #5948 • Tehachapi 221 W. Tehachapi Blvd., 8227500 • Pool Tournaments: 8ball on Tuesday nights and 9-ball on Thursday nights. Vets and friends of Vets welcome, from

7:30 to 10:30 p.m.

Exhibitions Beale Memorial Library • Bakersfield 701 Truxtun Ave., 868-0701. • Art in Touch Now through June 10. A traveling tactile and interactive exhibition that provides a high-quality art experience for everyone including the blind and visually impared. Sponsored by The Arts Council of Kern Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH) • Lancaster 665 West Lancaster Blvd. 723-6250, (Call for current schedule.) Bakersfield Museum of Art • Bakersfield 1930 "R" St.,, 3237219. Every third Friday of the month, all admission is free; every second Sunday of the month, seniors (65 and older) are free.

Events Twilight Tours - Feline Conservation Center • Rosamond June 22 and Sept. 21, 5 p.m. Tickets and information:, 2563793. Springtyme Faire • Tehachapi June 8; 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., June 9; 10 p.m. - 4 p.m., at Railroad Park in downtown, under the watertower. Only unique handcrafted gifts, fine works of art, fantastic food and more! Sponsored by Tehachapi Valley Arts Association. 661-330-8607 Memorial Day Sierra Arts & Crafts Festival • Kernville May 25, 26 and 27, all day. Information: 760-379-2844, Kern County Nut Festival • Bakersfield June 15, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Kern County Museum, 3801 Chester Ave. A culinary celebration featuring Kern’s top nuts: almonds, pistachios and walnuts. Food booths, agricultural exhibitions, health/nutrition information, entertainment and contests. Tickets available at the Kern County Museum and all Vallitix locations, or online at: or call 661-868-8400.


The Weekender — Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Health & Fitness Ask the doctor

Rapid stroke treatment saves brain cells BY PAUL G. DONOHUE, M.D. CONTRIBUTING WRITER

DEAR DR. DONOHUE: While having dinner with my father, he suddenly had a blank look and stopped eating. He couldn't speak clearly. My brothers and I got him onto a couch, and he stayed there for about 15 minutes. Finally, someone suggested he might be having a stroke, and we called 911. In the emergency room, the doctor had a CT scan done and then gave him a clot-busting drug. It worked unbelievably. He regained his speech and could move. Is this common? I thought strokes came from bleeding in the brain. What's going on? -T.M. ANSWER: Strokes come in two varieties. The less-common kind is bleeding from a broken brain artery, often one that has an innate weakness in its wall. That's an aneurysm. It has an explosive onset and produces a "worst headache ever." This

is a hemorrhagic stroke, accounting for 15 percent of strokes. The more-common kind of stroke is an ischemic (is-KEYmick) stroke, one that results from a blockage of blood flow through an artery serving the brain. It's similar to what happens in a heart attack when a heart artery is plugged up. Your dad had this kind of stroke. The CT scan your dad had is one way of differentiating a hemorrhagic stroke from an ischemic one. Signs of both kinds of stroke are a sudden inability to speak, an inability to understand the spoken word, loss of sensations from parts of the body, weakness of a leg or arm and vision changes. Deprived of blood, brain

cells and tissues die fairly quickly. As in your father's case, clot-dissolving drugs can establish circulation to the brain area deprived of blood. If such treatment is given within three to four hours from the onset of symptoms, people can make a complete or near-complete recovery of function. The booklet on strokes provides information on this common and often tragic malady. Readers can obtain a copy by writing: Dr. Donohue -- No. 902W, Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Canada with the recipient's printed name and address. Please allow four weeks for delivery. DEAR DR. DONOHUE: My son is 33. During his last visit, he happened to mention that he had floaters in his eyes, and they drove him crazy. He didn't go into detail about this, but I would like to know about floaters and their

implications. I never had them. -- L.H. ANSWER: Floaters are dark, small spots that dart across a person's field of vision when the person moves his eyes. They're deposits of debris in the vitreous, a gellike substance that fills the entire back twothirds of the eye. Nearsighted people are prone to devel-

oping them. I bet your son is nearsighted. There is no treatment for floaters. People learn to deal with them. A sudden onset of a large number of floaters indicates that the retina is tearing away from its attachment to the back of the eye. Detachment of the vitreous can do the same. If such an event

takes place, an immediate examination by an ophthalmologist is mandatory. DR. DONOHUE regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but he will incorporate them in his column whenever possible. Readers may write him or request an order form of available health newsletters at P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. Š 2013 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved



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On Friday, June 21, the Alzheimer’s Association invites the community to honor those facing Alzheimer’s disease by participating in The Longest Day®. From sunrise to sunset, the Association urges people to gather their friends, family or coworkers as a team to make a difference in the lives of families living with Alzheimer’s. Each team member is asked to raise $100 for each hour they do what they love to do — from sunup to sundown. The challenge is to have the team participate for the whole day, either simultaneously or one after the other, relay-style. Run.

Walk. Hike. Paddle. Swim. Dance. Make music. Play bridge. The challenge is up to each team. For 16 consecutive hours June 21, teams will complete their chosen activities to raise funds and awareness for the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association. For people facing Alzheimer’s disease, the challenge is every day. For you, it’s just this one day. Start a team to show you’re in it until Alzheimer’s is finished. Alzheimer’s disease is global epidemic. Worldwide, more than 35 million people are living with the disease. • Alzheimer’s disease

is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States. It kills more Americans than diabetes, and more than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined. • More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, and that number is expected to grow to as many as 16 million by 2050. • More than 15 million Americans are Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers, fulfilling a financially, emotionally and physically draining role. • Alzheimer’s disease is the ultimate thief — of memories, of independence, of control, and ultimately, of life.

Register online at or call 800-272-3900. The tools you need to be successful are provided for you. Now is the time to show those facing Alzheimer’s disease that they are not alone. Now is the time to say: I will never give up. I will never back down. I will defeat Alzheimer’s. The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer care, support and research and has provided reliable information and care consultation; created supportive services for families; increased funding for dementia research; and influenced public policy changes. For information visit or call 800-272-3900.

A new way to shop for health insurance Thanks to the new healthcare law, starting October 1 there'll be a whole new way to shop for health insurance for yourself, your family or your small business: the Health Insurance Marketplace. Whether you're uninsured or buy your own coverage, the Marketplace will help you find insurance that fits your needs and your budget, with less hassle. For the very first time, you'll also be able to go to one place to learn about


health insurance; to get accurate information on different plans; and to make apples-to apples comparisons of private insurance plans. You'll get comprehensive information about benefits and quality, side by side with factors about price, in order for you to make the best coverage decisions. No matter where you live, you'll be able to buy quality insurance from qualified private health plans that must cover a

comprehensive set of benefits, including doctor visits, preventive care, hospital visits and prescriptions. At the Marketplace, you'll also be able to learn, with a single application, if you or a family member qualifies for Medicaid or the Children's Health Insurance Program, or a new kind of tax credit that will lower your monthly health insurance premiums right away. And because the law also outlaws discrimination against pre-existing


Tehachapi Mojave California City Tehachapi Hospital Tehachapi Hospital 115 West E Street Rehabilitation Center 105 West E Street 2041 Belshaw Street 9350 North Loop Blvd PO Box 1900 116 West F Street Tehachapi, CA 93561 Mojave, CA 93501 California City, CA 93505 661.823.3000 661.824.4511 760.373.1785 Tehachapi, CA 93581 Tehachapi, CA 93561 661.823.0235 - Fax 661.824.2773 - Fax 760.373.1786 - Fax 661.823.3000 661.823.3070 661.823.3079 - Fax 661.823.3090 - Fax

conditions, no one will be turned away because of their health status. The Marketplace will guarantee that all American have a choice for quality, affordable health insurance, even if they lose a job, switch a job, move or become ill. Beginning in October, multiple forms of enrollment assistance will be available. These include a toll-free call center; online chats and local assistors and "navigators" to help answer all of your questions about coverage and enrollment, even with selecting a plan that best fits your lifestyle. Enrollment starts October 2013, and coverage begins in January 2014. Sign up now at to find out how the Marketplace will work, what the benefits will be, and when the key deadlines are coming. You can also sign up for e-mails and text alerts to keep you on track. Keep checking back for more information about the Health Insurance Marketplace, and sign up for updates to get you ready to enroll, and to take your healthcare into your own hands. For more informtion, visit Prepared by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services


The Weekender — Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Sports & Recreation Upcoming Events Events may be subject to cancellation and/or early sign-ups; please check referenced website for updates.

Cycling Groups Tehachapi Mountain Trails Association • Tehachapi Meets monthly on the third Thursday of each month from 6 to 8 p.m. at Old Towne Pizza, 20430 Brian Way #5. Info:

Exercise Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Parks District • Tehachapi 490 West “D” St. 822-3228, • Jazzercise Monday through Friday, weekly. 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. • Tai Chi Mondays 6:30 7:30 p.m. • Yoga Class Weekly on Wednesdays, 5:30 p.m. • Zumba Mondays and Wednesdays 6 - 7 p.m., at 126 S. Snyder Ave. • Silver & Strong

Wednesdays at 11 a.m. $40/month or $7 per class. • Pilates Thursdays at 5 p.m. $40/ month or $7 per class. Moving to the Music • Tehachapi a low impact core rythym exercise class on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 9-10 a.m. College Community ServicesFamily Learning Center, 107 S. Mill St. Suite B. California City Parks and Rec • California CIty 10350 Heather Ave. 760-373-3530, • Adult Exercise Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays, 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. • Tai Chi Wednesdays and Fridays, 9:45 a.m.

Crossfit Crossfit Tehachapi • Bear Valley Springs Gate pass required. For information call Melissa, 858-248-5598 or visit website, crossfitte- Indian Hills Crossfit • Tehachapi 207 E. "H" St., 661-972-8936 or 300-1517 or see website,

Runs & Walks Yokuts Park Fun Runs • Bakersfield Sponsored by the Bakersfield Track Club in cooperation with the Bakersfield Parks & Recreation Dept., free. One, two, three or five mile runs starting at 7 a.m. on the second Saturday of each month at Yokuts Park, off Empire Drive, north of the Truxtun Avenue extension. Info: Walking Group • Tehachapi Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 9 a.m. Low impact. College Community Services - Family Learning Cente, 107 S. Mill St. Suite B. 2nd Annual Kern County Sheriff’s Benefit Association Honor Run• Bakersfield on

Saturday, May 25 at Hart Park, 7000 Alfred Harrel Highway, at 8 a.m. Visit the facebook page https://www.facebook.c om/ for registration information. Kickin’ Cancer in the Butt Run • Tehachapi Saturday, June 1. The run will start at Monroe High School, 126 S. Snyder St. To register for the 5k, 10k or 1 mile run/walk call Lynda at 823-7525 or Barb at 661-332-4975. LCPL Joseph C. Lopez Memorial 5k Run/walk • Rosamond on Saturday, June 1. Registration begins at 7 a.m. at Rosamond High School, 2925 Rosamond Blvd. The Run/walk begins at 8 a.m. at Rosamond High School. Pre-event ceremonies begin at 7:30 a.m. Register early online at

Martial Arts PAL Judo • Stallion Springs, all Tehachapi residents age 7 and older, Monday and Wendsdays at 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at

the Stallion Spring Recreation Center, 27850 Stallion Springs Dr. 821-1989. Tehachapi Martial Arts • Tehachapi 20418 Brian Way, Ste. 6, 823-0621. • Kick Start Mondays and Wednesdays, 4 p.m., children 3 to 6 years at • Hapkido Monday-Friday, 7 p.m.

Motorsports Famoso Raceway • Bakersfield 33559 Formoso Rd. 661-399-2210 • Super Chevy Show May 31 - June 2. • Saturday Night Nitro June 16, July 14, Sept. 7. Features nitro funny cars, dragsters, altered and exhibition cars. • Mega Mopar Action Oct. 5 -6. Kern County Raceway• Bakersfield 13500 Raceway Blvd., off of Interstate 5 an Enos Lane, 661-835-1264. • Coca Cola Night Nascar Citgo Lubricants Late Models 50, SpecMods, Mini Stocks on May 25

Spectator Events Clear Channel Stadium • Lancaster 45116 Valley Central Way. • Lancaster Jethawks vs. Inland Empire 66ers on May 24 and 25 at 7 p.m. and May 26 at 2 p.m. • Lancaster Jethawks vs. Visalia Rawhide on May 30- June 1 at 7 p.m. and June 2 at 2 p.m. • Lancaster Jethawks vs. High Desert Mavericks on June 10-12 at 7 p.m. Sam Lynn Ballpark • Bakersfield 4009 Chester Ave. • Bakersfield Blaze vs. Stockton Ports on May 24 and 25 at 7 p.m. and May 26 at 11:30 a.m. • Bakersfield Blaze vs. Rancho Cucomonga Quakes May 30, 31, and June 1 at 7:30 p.m. and June 2 at 11:30 a.m. • Bakersfield Blaze vs. Lake Elsinore Storm on June 6-8 at 7:45 p.m. and June 9 at 11:30 a.m. TO SUBMIT LISTINGS send by email to: or call 823-6360.


Wednesday, May 22, 2013 — The Weekender


Morro Bay State Park, a cool summer getaway BY MATTHEW MARTZ TEHACHAPI NEWS

Looking out over the water to windsculpted sand dunes, Morro Bay State Park offers a cool retreat from the summertime heat. The park’s lagoon and natural bay habitat provides a multitude of opportunities for sailing, fishing, hiking and bird watching, and makes a great day or weekend journey for the entire family. Surrounded by eucalyptus and cypress trees the 2,700-acre park also boasts one of the state park’s best campgrounds, with nearly 100 sites for tents and RVs up to 30-feet long, for those that are interested in an extended stay. It is one of the most affordable spots along the California coast, with campsites starting at around $35 per night. Besides an extensive trail system that meanders throughout the park and a nearby pristine saltwater marsh estuary that supports a thriving bird population, there is also a vibrant marina with boat and kayak rentals, a horse camping site, an 18-hole public golf course, a restaurant and a museum. Within minutes of the nearby Heron Rookery, the Museum of Natural History houses a variety of exhibits that illustrate Morro Bay’s geology and oceanography, as well as its cultural

history and early Native American life. The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily and entry fees are $3 for adults and free to children 16 and under. Inside the museum guests are invited to experience the past and the present through lectures, puppet shows, videos and docent led tours. While just outside visitors can stroll through the Chumash garden to get a view of how the region’s indigenous Indian tribe used the area’s natural resources in their daily lives, including nearby Morro Rock. Sometimes called the “Gibraltar of the Pacific,” the Chumash tribe considered Morro Rock to be a sacred site, which in ancient times was used in their annual solstice ceremony. Today, the massive 50-acre volcanic plug is the last in a chain of extinct volcanoes formed about 23 million years ago, and in 1968 became State Landmark #801. Since then, the area around it has been designated a bird sanctuary for the flocks of Peregrine falcons, egrets and blue herons. Besides bird watching, the estuary is also a popular spot for water sports of all types, and perhaps the best way to see the wonders of Morro Bay is by kayak or canoe, getting a up close and personal view of the bay’s seals, sea


A veiw of Morro Rock from nearby 2,700-acre Morro Bay State Park, one of California’s premier state parks situated on a pristine saltwater marsh estuary. lions and sea otters. A favorite local tradition is to paddle from Morro Bay State Park to the massive four-mile sand spit that protects the bay from the open ocean for a picnic. So, if you’re thinking about an affordable and fun day trip or even an overnight experience, what better way to enjoy southern California, than play-

ing and staying on the water at Morro Bay State Park. Located halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, the park is a perfect summer destination just threehours drive from downtown Tehachapi. However, before packing up the family and heading out, it is advised to call the park for hours of operation and reservations at 805-772-2560.

Fish & Wildlife

Can I practice my archery by shooting down a dirt road? Q&As from the California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife BY CARRIE WILSON CONTRIBUTING WRITER

Question: My neighbor who lives a few houses down from me has a 15year-old son who shoots his BB gun in his backyard. I used to shoot my bow in my backyard until my dad found out it’s illegal. I am 13 and live in the mountains of Southern California (close to San Bernardino) and am hoping it might be legal to practice my archery by shooting down a dirt road? Can you please let me know ASAP? Thanks. (Ashmanger) Answer: Generally, Fish and Game Code laws only regulate the use of archery equipment or firearms while hunting. However, the same rules for firearms apply to archery equipment in this situation – you may not shoot over or across a road or within 150 yards


Is it legal to shoot your bow in your backyard. of a neighbor’s home, barns or outbuildings, even if just archery target shooting (Fish and Game Code, section 3004). If you are on a private road on private property (off the public roadway), no Fish and Game Code law prohibits target practice with your bow and arrow. Beyond this, different counties and communities may have more restrictive ordinances that they enforce so you should check with your local law enforcement office for this information. The most important factor to always keep in mind is public safety.

Well-traveled roads and highways, or even those occasionally traveled, are not appropriate places to shoot. If you were to injure another person or livestock, or damage property, you could be subject to civil and possibly criminal prosecution. While shooting even just off a road may be legal, it may not be safe.

Hooks for salmon in San Francisco Bay Question: When fishing for salmon from the bank in the San Francisco Bay with spinning lures, is a single barbless hook ok or does it have to be a bar-

bless circle hook attached to the spinning lure? (Terry D.) Answer: Barbless circle hooks are only required when fishing with bait and angling by any means other than trolling. Since you're not using bait, no circle hooks are required, even though you are not trolling. You must be doing both things - using bait, and fishing in a manner that is not trolling - to be required to use barbless circle hooks. In addition, you should be using no more than two singlepoint, single-shank barbless hooks with your spinning lure (California Code of Regulations Title 14, section 27.80.)

water is hazardous to marine life. (Ray I.) Answer: It is not legal to spray WD-40 on your fishing lures as an attractant. The same goes for any substance that may be harmful to fish (e.g. sunscreen).WD-40 contains petroleum and is specifically prohibited by law to be deposited or introduced into the waters of the state (Fish and Game Code, section 5650). When it comes to sunscreen, I would just try to use discretion as any foreign substance, even sunscreen, may carry chemicals that may be harmful to fish and other aquatic life if introduced in large enough quantities.

Fishing attractant or pollutant?

How to determine private vs public property?

Question: I have heard that using WD-40 as a fish attractant works well. Is it legal to use? There seems to be much confusion as to what is actually in WD-40. I would also like to know if the sunscreen I put on before entering the

Question: How do I find if a body of water is legal to fish out of? I am wondering about a local lake with a public road that leads up to it. There are no private property signs

posted anywhere. However, from a boat you can see signs are posted in some of the yards. (Anonymous) Answer: Even though private property perimeters are required to be either fenced, under cultivation, or posted with no trespassing signs at 1/3 of a mile intervals (Penal Code Section 602.8) so the public knows or can determine correctly if the property is private, it’s best to stay on the safe side. If you can’t find signs specifically prohibiting access, trespassing and fishing, you may want to contact your local sheriff’s office, which should be able to define which waters and properties are public, which are private and where the boundaries are. CARRIE WILSON is a marine environmental scientist with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. While she cannot personally answer everyone’s questions, she will select a few to answer each week in this column. Please contact her at


The Weekender — Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Home & Garden

(Family Features) When savory meets sweet, it's simply a perfect union - especially when planning a sizzling summer-time menu. Nothing brings the palate more pleasure than a cooked sausage, slightly seared, and topped with crunchy, fresh salad and salsa toppers. Embrace a range of simple yet flavorful ingredients First, select a tasty base for your recipe that can be quickly and easily spiced up, such as Hillshire Farm smoked sausage. Then choose a range of fresh ingredients, such as herbs, vegetables and fruits, that when simply paired together create a delicious dish. Get creative and try unique ingredient combinations, such as red onions paired with tart green apples or mangoes. An intense blend of flavors, along with the savory appeal of sausage, will surely satisfy even the most hard-toplease appetites. Challenge your flavor bravery by incorporating other flavor pairings into your sausage and burger toppings. Your local farmers' market is a onestop shop for fresh, local ingredients that are found in the below recipes. It can also serve as an interactive source of inspiration where you might find an herb, vegetable or fruit you've never tried that will easily spice up your own summertime recipe. Go global. Traditional summer fare, such as sausages and burgers, allow limitless inspiration from all corners of the globe. This recipe for Caprese Salad Topped Smoked Sausage Sandwiches combines creamy, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil and grape tomatoes that channel the summer flavors of Italy. Sample a sweeter taste of Mexico with Grilled Beef Hot Links with Mango Salsa. Cook up any of these incredible creations at your next family dinner or

gathering and watch the line form in seconds. For more menu ideas and inspiration, visit

Cheddar Wurst with Corn Black Bean Salsa Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes Serves: 6 • 1 cup frozen corn, cooked, drained, cooled • 1 cup black beans, drained, rinsed • 1/4 cup chopped red bell pepper • 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice • 2 tablespoons chopped cilantro • 1 jalapeno pepper, seeded, chopped • 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin • 1 package Hillshire Farm Cheddar Wurst Sausage Links • 6 French bread rolls or hot dog buns, split Combine corn, black beans, bell pepper, lime juice, cilantro, jalapeno pepper and cumin. Grill or heat sausages according to package directions, turning frequently. Place sausage in each roll, generously top with corn black bean salsa.

Grilled Beef Hot Links with Mango Salsa Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes Serves: 6 • 2 cups chopped fresh mango • 1 can (15 ounces) black beans, rinsed, drained • 1/4 cup chopped red onion • 1/4 cup chopped cilantro • 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice • Salt to taste • 1 package Hillshire Farm Beef Hot Links • 6 sausage buns, split

Combine mango, black beans, red onion, cilantro, lime juice and salt in medium bowl. Grill links over mediumlow heat according to package directions. Place grilled sausages in buns; top generously with mango salsa. Serve any remaining salsa with tortilla chips. Tip: Substitute links with any flavor of smoked sausage or substitute 1 ripe avocado, peeled and chopped, for black beans.

Caprese Salad Topped Smoked Sausage Sandwiches Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes Serves: 6 • 1 package Hillshire Farm Polska Kielbasa Smoked Sausage Links • 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar • 1 tablespoon olive oil • 2 cups grape tomatoes, halved • 1 package (8 ounces) fresh small mozzarella balls (cherry or ciliegine-sized), quartered • 1 tablespoon chopped red onion • 3 tablespoons chopped fresh basil • 1/4 teaspoon salt • 6 French bread rolls, split

Brush sausages with balsamic vinegar; set aside. Heat olive oil over medium heat in small skillet. Add tomatoes and cook until soft, about 3 to 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. In small bowl, combine tomatoes, mozzarella, red onion, basil and salt. Grill sausages according to package directions, turning frequently and brushing with balsamic vinegar. Place grilled sausage in each roll, generously top with tomatomozzarella mixture.

Cheddar Wurst and Apple Kabobs Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 12 minutes Serves: 6 • 1 package Hillshire Farm Cheddar Wurst Sausage Links • 1 large tart green apple, cut into 1-inch pieces • 1 medium red bell pepper, cut into 1-inch chunks • 1 small red onion, cut into 1-inch pieces • 1/4 cup apple jelly • 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard Cut sausage into 18 slices. Thread sausage, apple, pepper and red onion onto 6 skewers, leaving small space between each item. Melt apple jelly in small saucepan over low heat. Add mustard, mixing until well blended. Grill kabobs over medium heat, turning frequently for 10 minutes. Brush kabobs with apple jelly mixture and grill 2 minutes longer, or until apple and vegetables are crisp-tender. Variation: Substitute peach, zucchini and apricot preserves for apple, red bell pepper and apple preserves. Tip: Rewarm jelly/preserves mixture briefly before brushing on kabobs if it has become too thick. Source: Hillshire Farm


Wednesday, May 22, 2013 — The Weekender

Guiltless summer entertaining (Family Features) Counting carbs for swimsuit season doesn't mean you have to miss out on the sun and fun. Savor every moment with these tips for summer entertaining on a diet. Ambiance - Lighting and dÈcor are an essential part of any festive gathering. Keep ambient lighting simple with scentless candles, paper lanterns or luminaires. Another easy way to set the mood is with a party playlist. Invite guests to RSVP with their favorite songs and include them on your soirÈe soundtrack. Light and Simple One of the benefits of summer entertaining is being able to take advantage of gorgeous weather during the day and evening. When dining al fresco, it is important to keep meals light and simple, especially when watching your figure. A low-carb diet, such as the Atkins Diet, inspires great meal options that are diverse and flavorful for summer months. Beverages - Summer means sunshine and longer days, so it's important to hydrate. Drink at least 64 ounces of water a day, especially when outside. Add a festive twist by infusing water with different flavors like mint, lemon and orange. If you're looking for something a little more exciting, try white wine sangria, which is a light, low-carb drink option. Seasonal - When entertaining, consider using plenty of seasonal vegetables and flowers, such as avocados, cucumbers and hydrangeas. Sticking to seasonal ingredients and dÈcor will help keep your budget down and play up the natural tastes and smells of summer. These delicious, Atkins-friendly Summer Rolls are a great recipe to serve during summer soirÈes as the traditional rice paper wrapping is replaced with lettuce leaves and incorporates fresh seafood and vegetables.

Practical Money Matters

Improving women’s financial literacy, worldwide BY JASON ALDERMAN CONTRIBUTING WRITER

Summer Rolls Servings: 4 Active time: 25 minutes Total time: 50 minutes • 1 teaspoon fresh lime juice • 1 teaspoon dark (toasted) sesame oil • 1 small red chile pepper, seeded and minced • 1/2 teaspoon salt • 1/2 pound medium shrimp, peeled and deveined • 8 large green or red leaf lettuce leaves • 1 medium carrot, julienned • 1 small daikon radish, julienned • 1/2 cup mung bean sprouts • 1/4 cup peanuts, toasted and chopped Combine lime juice, sesame oil, chile and salt in a medium bowl; set aside. Bring a medium pot of salted water to a boil. Add shrimp; simmer until pink, about 3 minutes. Drain; add to lime juice mixture and toss to coat. Refrigerate until cool, about 10 minutes. Set lettuce leaves on a

counter with stem ends toward you. Press against the "spines" until you hear a crunch to make it easier to roll. Divide carrot, daikon and sprouts among leaves, setting them in the centers toward the bottom. Divide shrimp among leaves; sprinkle with chopped peanuts. Roll lettuce from the bottom up. Place each roll, seam side down, on a sheet of plastic wrap; wrap tightly and refrigerate for 15 minutes. Remove wrap; cut rolls in half and serve. Per Serving: Net Carbs: 4 grams; Total Carbs: 6 grams; Fiber: 2 grams; Protein: 15 grams; Fat: 7 grams; Calories: 150 For more recipes, tips, ideas and free tools, visit From "The New Atkins for a New You Cookbook" by Colette Heimowitz. Copyright © 2011 by Atkins Nutritionals, Inc. Printed by permission of Touchstone Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc. Source: Atkins

Are the 70 percent of the developing world's adult population with no formal bank account doomed to a life of economic uncertainty and financial illiteracy? If a woman's culture dictates that she should always put her family's financial needs ahead of her own, can she learn to set aside money for her own retirement without feeling guilty? These are just some of the complex issues raised at the seventh annual Financial Literacy and Education Summit hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and Visa Inc. Renowned U.S. and international financial experts and journalists led a lively discussion – and fielded Twitter questions from roughly 2,000 participants – around the theme, "Improving Women's Financial Literacy & Capabilities Globally." Fascinating details revealed include: Richard Cordray, Director of the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, noted that "a large majority of K-12 teachers say that personal finance should be taught in school, yet less than a third say they've taught lessons about money, and more than half feel unqualified to teach their state's financial literacy standards." Linah Mohohlo, Governor, Bank of Botswana, emphasized that it's not only important to teach women about money management, but also to teach them activities to avoid – such as Ponzi schemes or lending money to people without setting repayment and interest terms. Bernie Ripoll, Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, Australia, added that women should feel empowered to ask questions or say no if they're asked to invest in something they don't understand. According to South African Financial Journalist Maya Fischer-French, among the biggest financial hurdles an overwhelming number of women in her country face is their status as single mothers – around 56 percent. Of those, only about 21 percent can rely on financial help from their children's fathers. On the question of whether finan-

cial literacy hinges on access to traditional bank accounts, Egyptian Journalist Amira Salah-Ahmend said roughly 90 percent of the Egyptian population is unbanked, meaning most of their transactions are unregulated and therefore more risky. Mexican Journalist Adina Chelminsky added that many third-world people have much easier access to credit through informal lending channels than to bank products. "The idea is not to formalize all this informal lending, but rather for banks and governments to think outside the box and develop new products that cater to women who have minimal savings," she said. The panelists shared some alternative financing methods that are already in place and thriving: Microfinance, where organizations like Kiva make small loans to people who can't get credit from traditional banks, is helping women achieve financial stability in many underdeveloped nations. For example, a young woman in Pakistan or Mexico can now take out a microloan to buy a sewing machine, thereby creating her own thriving business. Also in Pakistan, a large telecommunications company has partnered with a microfinancer to provide "branchless banking" via mobile phone technology to people far removed from banks. "We've got 45,000 agents transacting this kind of business now compared to only 13,000 in the branch network," explained Yaseen Anwar, Governor, State Bank of Pakistan. Bottom line: Women throughout the world face unique economic and financial literacy challenges. The key is for governments, financial institutions, educators and entrepreneurs to work together to devise financial tools and educational materials that can reach the female half of the world's population – the younger, the better. To watch a free webcast of the 2013 Financial Literacy and Education Summit, visit JASON ALDERMAN directs Visa's financial education programs. To Follow Jason Alderman on Twitter:


The Weekender — Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Plant a tree and watch your landscape change for the better Selection of trees for planting in a home landscape depends on the desired effect and the purpose the trees will satisfy in the landscape, explains Tchukki Andersen, BCMA, CTSP* and staff arborist with the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA). "Will they attract birds to the area?" she asks. "Shade a patio? Screen an unsightly view? Enhance the appearance of the home? Identify an entrance or exit? Trees can provide contrast and relief from surrounding buildings and create seasonal interest in areas near the home," says Andersen. TCIA advises homeowners to consider the following factors when selecting a tree: • hardiness (ability of the plant to survive extremes of winter cold and summer heat) • mature height and spread • growth rate • cleanliness • type of root system • moisture requirements • space available above ground and below ground • maintenance require-

ments • available at local nursery • ornamental effects, such as branching habit, texture, and color of bark, flower, fruit and foliage; and whether the tree is evergreen or deciduous A professional tree care company can help you determine which tree species both perform well in your local area and are suited to your desired planting site. Arborists often do a close analysis of the specific planting site to determine the susceptibility or resistance to environmental conditions, such as: • disease and insect problems that may limit your selections • the prior use of the planting site • soil conditions, such as poor drainage, high or low pH, and soil nutrition • the presence or absence of channelized winds • the location of utilities, both above and below ground, because they are site conditions that dictate plant choice and location • the relationship of the plant to roads, walkways and security lighting

tenance costs. Do not plant trees that will grow 25 feet or taller under or near overhead power lines. Do not forget the underground utilities. Out-of-sight does not mean that they would not have to be serviced at some point. Call 811 for the national "Call before you dig" hotline before selecting a planting site. Permanent plantings such as trees should be spaced to allow utility service. Ground-level utility structures such as transformers and individual service connections require space to be serviced. A minimum of 10 feet clearance after the tree has grown to maturity will help avoid any possible electrical hazards.

Where to plant?


TRees make long-lasting, positive contributions to your landscape.

Is there enough space to plant a tree? The space available at the specific site and mature

tree size are important considerations and addressing these limits will go a long way toward reducing main-

Community ordinances may restrict planting of trees near power lines, parking strips, street lights, sewers, traffic control signs and signals, sidewalks and property lines. Municipalities may require planting permits for trees planted on city property. City codes often require that trees on city property be maintained by the city, so citizens

planting an improper selection can cause problems for themselves and the municipality.

Find a Professional A professional arborist can assess your landscape and work with you to determine the best trees and shrubs to plant for your existing landscape. Contact the Tree Care Industry Association, a public and professional resource on trees and arboriculture since 1938. Celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, TCIA has more than 2,000 member companies who recognize stringent safety and performance standards and who are required to carry liability insurance. TCIA also has the nation's only Accreditation program that helps consumers find tree care companies that have been inspected and accredited based on: adherence to industry standards for quality and safety; maintenance of trained, professional staff; and dedication to ethics and quality in business practices. For more, visit or


Wednesday, May 22, 2013 — The Weekender

Critter’s Corner

Safety tips for traveling with your furry friends Memorial Day symbolizes the start of summer for you and your pet. Before you start planning trips to the beach and summer getaways, keep in mind that it's important to plan ahead for pet travel and always keep the best interests of your furry, four-legged friend in mind. Traveling with your pet can be a wonderful and bonding experience or a not so pleasant one. It's all a matter of proper planning and preparation. Here are the top tips to ensure your Memorial Day getaway with your pet is a safe one. No Heads Out the Window: Although many pets find that sticking their head out the window is the best part of the road trip, it's not safe. Your pet can easily be injured by flying debris. This should go without saying, but never travel with a pet in the back of a pickup truck. Some states have laws restricting such transport and it is always dangerous. Frequent Pit Stops:

Always provide frequent bathroom and exercise breaks. Most travel service areas have designated areas for walking your pet. Be sure to stay in this area particularly when you pet needs a potty break, and of course, bring along a bag to pick up after your pet. When outside your vehicle, make sure that your pet is always on a leash and wearing a collar with a permanent and temporary travel identification tag. Proper Hydration: During your pit stops be sure to provide your pet with some fresh water to wet their whistle. Occasionally traveling can upset your pet's stomach. Take along ice cubes, which are easier on your pet than large amounts of water. Watch the Food Intake: It is recommended that you keep feeding to a minimum during travel. Be sure to feed them their regular pet food and resist the temptation to give them some of your

fast food burger or fries (that never has a good ending!). Don't Leave Them Alone: Never leave your pet unattended in a parked vehicle. On warm days, the temperature in your vehicle can rise to 120 degrees in minutes, even with the windows slightly open. In addition, an animal left alone in a

vehicle is an open invitation to pet thieves. Practice Restraint: Be sure that your pet is safely restrained in your vehicle. Utilizing a pet safety harness, travel kennel, vehicle pet barrier, or pet car seat are the best ways to keep your pet safe. They not only protect your pet from injury, but they help by keeping them from dis-

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tracting you as you drive. A safety harness functions like a seatbelt. While most pets will not have a problem adjusting to it, you may want to let them wear the harness by itself a few times before using it in the vehicle. If your pet prefers a travel kennel, be sure it is well ventilated and stabilized. Many pet owners prefer vehicle barriers, particularly for larger pets. Vehicle barriers are best suited for SUVs. Smaller pets are best suited for pet car seats. The car seat is secured in the back seat using a seat belt and your pet is secured in the car seat with a safety harness. In addition to it's safety features, a pet car seat will prop up your smaller pet, allowing them to better look out the window. No matter what method you choose, back seat travel is always safer for your pet.

shots, microchipped and dewormed. Call Have A Heart Humane Society at 661-750-2261 for more info.

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Tiny Topper My name is Topper, I’m a young seven pound pure-bred male Chihuahua that Save Tehachapi’s Orphaned Pets saved from a highkill shelter. All I need for my second chance at life and is wonderful for you to welcome me in to your heart and home (I have good manners, ride well in the car, play well with others, and I am housetrained). To adopt tiny Topper, please call Janis at 661-599-6400 or Save Tehachapi’s Orphaned Pets, 661-823-4100, menu #2.

Our little Breezy was abandoned in the desert out by Edwards Air Force Base. Considering the size of her ears, she probably flew across the desert in no time. Breezy is still a pup, probably born in June 2012. She plays hard, sleeps hard and eats like there is no tomorrow, and for her, she probably thought there would not be a tomorrow. Breezy gets along well with the Chihuahua pack that she lives with. She has a sweet nature and loves to be held, petted and cuddled. She sleeps in a kennel or crate at night and really likes going outside to do her business or she uses a potty patch indoors. Breezy probably has some Chihuahua in her but maybe a little Doxie as well. She has yet to be leash trained. Breezy is spayed, up to date on


Cute Fluffy My name is Fluffy and I am around a year old. A nice elderly lady rescued me when I was a teenager and got me fixed. She has a little old dog and old cat that I do ok with but she wants me to get a home where I can live out my life since I have a lot of years left in me. Since I was rescued I have been an indoor only cat. For more information on me and others, contact the the Tehachapi Humane Society at 661-823-0699 or visit

Safe and Comfortable: Whatever method you choose to properly restrain your pet in your vehicle, be sure to make their comfort a priority. Just as it's important for your "seat" to be comfortable for your long road trip, your pet's seat should be comfortable too. Typically their favorite blanket or travel bed will do the trick. There are also some safe and very cozy pet car seats available that your pet may find quite comfy. Careful preparation is the key to ensuring that you and your pet have a happy and safe trip. offers resources to ensure pets are welcome, happy, and safe when traveling. It features a directory of pet friendly hotels and accommodations, airline and car rental pet policies, dog friendly beaches, search by route, pet travel tips, pet travel supplies, along with other pet travel resources.

Rescue Group Contacts • Tehachapi Humane Society - 823-0699, 21600 Golden Star, Tehachapi. Visit the THS website at • Have a Heart Humane Society Society750-2261, 1121 W. Valley Blvd., Tehachapi. See adoptable dogs at • Save Tehachapi’s Orphaned Pets (STOP)823-4100,, 785 Tucker Road, Tehachapi. Visit the STOP website at • Marley’s Mutts Dog Rescue- Call Zach at 972-3852 or visit • Doberman Pinscher SOS-886-1721. Visit the Dobie SOS website at PET & RESCUE NEWS runs regularly in the Tehachapi News Weekender. The deadline for submissions is at noon each Wednesday for the following week’s paper. Send submissions For more information call Antony Earley, 823-6370.


The Weekender — Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Noteworthy May is ‘Be Bear Aware’ month in California May is “Be Bear Aware” Month and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) reminds the public to act responsibly when in bear country. Spring is the time of year when California’s black bears emerge from their winter dens in search of food. Because bears are attracted to anything edible or smelly, their search often leads them into campsites and residential neighborhoods, where trash and food is readily available. There are an estimat-

ed 30,000 bears in California. Throughout spring and summer, CDFW receives many calls when bears break into homes, rummage through trash bins and raid campsites. These bears are often labeled “nuisance” bears, but in reality they are just doing what comes naturally to them, foraging for food. “Our bear problems are human-caused. It is people’s behavior that needs to change,” said Marc Kenyon, CDFW’s Bear Program Manager.

“By taking just a few precautions to secure food and trash, campers and residents can save themselves thousands of dollars in property damage, help protect their families from injury and save the lives of bears. Bears that become habituated to humans or conditioned to eating our food and trash often have to be killed.”

Tips for Bear-proofing your Home, Rental or Timeshare: Bears have keen noses and can smell an easy

meal from miles away. They can easily tear a front door off its hinges if they smell food left out on the kitchen counter. To protect your family and property from bear break-ins follow these simple tips: • Purchase and properly use a bear-proof garbage container. • Wait to put trash out until the morning of collection day. • Don’t leave trash, groceries, or animal feed in your car. • Keep garbage cans clean and deodorize


them with bleach or ammonia. • Keep barbecue grills clean and stored in a garage or shed when not in use. • Only provide bird feeders during November through March and make them inaccessible to bears. • Don’t leave any scented products outside, even non-food items such as suntan lotion, insect repellent, soap or candles. • Keep doors and windows closed and locked. • Consider installing

motion-detector alarms, electric fencing or motion-activated sprinklers. • Harvest fruit off trees as soon as it is ripe, and promptly collect fruit that falls. • Securely block access to potential hibernation sites such as crawl spaces under decks and buildings. For more information including bear-proof containers and where to buy them, please visit:


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Seventh-day Adventist Church SATURDAY Worship 20335 Woodford-Tehachapi Rd., Tehachapi 93561 Between (Schout and Highline) • (661) 822-1174

Tehachapi Mountain Vineyard Sunday Worship 9am & 11am New Location At: Full Children’s Ministry at both services 502 East Pinon • 822-9313 MS & HS Youth Group at 11am

Ca lvary Chapel Tehachapi Calvary Chapel Tehachapi Senior Pastor Michael Clark Thursday Service: 7:00 PM Sunday Service 9:00 AM & 10:45 AM Sunday School and Nursery

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Child care is only available for 10:45 Sunday service & Thursday at 7:00 p.m.

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Where Love and Joy Abound Worship Service Time: Sun. 10:00 a.m. Child care available Cummings Valley Elementary School 24220 Bear Valley Road 661-822-1400 Knowing the Shepherd and making Him known

9:30 am .....Bible Study (for all ages) 10:45 am ...Sunday Worship 7:00 pm .....Friday Celebrate Recovery 1049 S. Curry Street • Tehachapi, CA 93561 661-822-3138


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100 E. “E” St. (disability access)



Church Phone: 822-6817

School Phone: 823-7740

Senior Pastor: Rev. Daniel T. Alsop, Sunday Worship at 8:30 & 11:00 a.m. Preschool Director: Ulla Bennett, Six Weeks Through Age 5, 6AM to 6PM

St. Malachy Roman Catholic Church Father Michael Cox

Masses: Saturday ........................5:30 p.m. Sunday...........................8:00 & 10 a.m. Confessions Saturday ......4:00-5:00 p.m. Spanish Mass 12:00 Noon

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Tehachapi Valley United Methodist Church

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Wednesday, May 22, 2013 — The Weekender

Bakersfield CHP issued 710 cell phone and texting citations The Bakersfield Area California Highway Patrol (CHP) conducted a month long enforcement and education campaign focusing on distracted driving. The month of April was designated as

National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Within the month of April, local CHP officers issued 673 citations for using a hand-held cell phone. Another 37 citations were handed out for texting

while driving. That’s a total of 710 citations! Unfortunately, there are still a lot of motorists that don’t get the message about talking and texting while driving and just how danger-

ous it really is. There are those people that have changed their habits about driving distracted and there are those that believe the hazards don’t apply to them. The CHP will continue to

combat distracted driving to make our roadways a safer place to drive. In addition to the enforcement efforts, the local CHP area conducted 20 educational programs at various

schools and business with our Adult Distracted Driving and Impact Teen Driver programs. We encourage everyone to minimize distractions and focus on the road ahead, “It’s Not Worth It.”

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The Weekender — Wednesday, May 22, 2013

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Effective Date: May 21, 2013

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BOOKKEEPER The Bear Valley Community Services District is now accepting applications for the position of a full-time Bookkeeper with Bear Valley Community Services District. Salary is $2828-$3439 per month, DOQ. Bear Valley CSD offers an excellent benefits package that includes participation in the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS). Position requires a Bachelors degree from four-year college/university or one to two years' experience and/or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must posses the ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals. Must be proficient with Word and Excel and be able to learn the District's payroll software. Please send your resume and application to Bear Valley CSD, 28999 S. Lower Valley Road, Attn: Sandy Janzen. NO phone calls please. Applications are available on line at opportunities and will be accepted through the close of business on 31 May 2013. EOE

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BVS, 3+3 + huge shop. New carpet, paint, great location. $1,750 long term lease. Owner 310-903-3663

2+1+LAUND. New paint, 38 Acre Wilderness Ranch clean, cute, pvt., NoSmoke / $193 Month. Prime 38 acre Pets. Cat OK, $597 822-9692 cabin site atop evergreen wooded ridge overlooking wilderness valley in 2+1 Apartment, small patio, near GH school, laun- secluded N. AZ ranch. Plentiful groundwater, good soil, dry rm on premises & beautiful rock Formations, wash/dryer hkups, new paint & carpet. $575-$750 6,200’ elev. Borders 640 acres of State Trust Land. per mo., 661-822-7758 $19,900, $1,990 dn, $193mo. Order brochure $$$$$$$ 800.966.6690 1st United – are hiding in your attic, closet or garage. Woodland Valley Ranch #32 Sell those items fast www.woodlandvalleyranchin the Classified Marketplace. Call 822-6828.

In Town, 3 bed, 1.5 bath, $900/mo + sec dep, 823-7936 Quality homes for rent. View listings @ Call Kathy Carey @ 661-331-1514. Serving Tehachapi for 25 years! $1100 + dep. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage, cul-de-sac, GH, pets OK. 714-767-4654 or 661-364-3936 BVS 1400 sf, .43 acres, 3+2, lrg mstr bdrm w/ wlk in closet. Amenities incl, 2 car gar. $1020 + util + 1 mo sec. 1 yr lease, no smokers. Pet $400 dep. 661-821-1633 Condo (detached), 2+1 attch gar, sm yrd, near shop’n, trsh/wtr incl. W/D hookups. Lease $695 English Heritage Real Estate Call Richard Jeffs 661-823-1088 Lic. 01300353

RENTAL LISTINGS-HOMES IN TOWN 222 West D Street, 2 Bedroom 1 Bath home. Older Charm, Hardwood floors, Laundry room, stove/oven. $650.00 per month + security deposit. 315 Pauley Street, 2 Bedroom 1 Bath home. Available after June 1, 2013. $750.00 per month + security deposit. 1209 Alder, 3 Bedroom 2 bath home. 2 car garage. $950.00 per month + security deposit. Available after June 1, 2013. GOLDEN HILLS 21340 Mission Street, 3 Bedroom 2 Bath home. RV parking 2 car garage, W/D hook ups, Oven/Stove, dishwasher, microwave included. $1,200.00 per month + security deposit.

BEAR VALLEY SPRINGS 28561 Deer Trail, 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Fully Furnish Home All appliance included, 2 car garage, secluded location. $1,100.00 per month + security deposit. 30740 Fox Ridge Ct., 3 Bedroom 2 Bath home. Oven/stove, dishwasher, microwave, 2 Car garage, $1,100.00 per month + security deposit.

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20041 Valley Blvd., Ste. 1 | 661.822.5251

3 bdrm 1 bath with stove & refrigerator, Beech Street. $900 per month, call 661-805-4208

Bear Valley Springs 3 bdrms 2 bath House for Rent, on valley floor, multi-level with view, owner pays yearly community fees & yard maint., natural gas, w/d hkups, fplc, cats & small dogs ok, $1,000+ util., 661-821-0270

Rent/buy option. 3 bedroom, 3 baths, views. GH. 661-822-1228 FREE RENTAL LIST available. 4 Seasons Realty. 117 S. Mill St. 822-RENT EHO 4 Seasons Realty

In town, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, double garage, new paint, carpet, $1075 + deposit. 661-972-9654

405 Pauley St. $800 Rent $800 Deposit 3 Bedrooms 1 Bath W/D Hookups, Garage, GH 3+2 on cul-de-sac, 1+ Section 8 ok 661-863-0000 acre, horse property, RV parking, $1400 month 661-972-5733


In Town 3+2, fncd yard, lawn serv. incl. $1150/mo + sec. 661-428-5693 Subscribe to the Tehachapi News. Call 822-6828

Darling 3+2, 1185 sqft. house in desirable neighGH 21201 Santa Barbara, borhood, $1250/mo w/ $900 3+2, FP, lg bk yrd, RV acces- sec. 330-3956 or 822-4733 sible, storage shed, 2 car gar, corner lot, $1115 + $1500 dep. 661-972-6580

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220 E. J St $900 Rent $900 Deposit 3 Bedrooms 1 Bath W/D Hookups, Large Lot, Section 8 Ok (661)863-0000

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The Orchard From $695.00 • 1-2-3-BR - Single Story • Furn & Unfurn • Short Stay OK • Pool-Gazebo-BBQ • 6x10 Storage Available • Clean, Quiet & Safe • Park Like Setting • Friendly Staff • Prompt Maintenance • Free Cable TV - 72 Channels

Move-in special - $100 off 1st month - Golden Hills large 2+2, w/d hkups. $685/mo + $500 dep. Call 331-2347 GH. 1+1 W/FP & lrg. closet; coin op lndry. $475 sec, $475mo. water/trash pd. Ref. req. 823-9938 1+1, Garage $495mo + Deposit Section 8 ok call 661-706-8853

Alpine Forrest 3+2, 1/4 acre, lg cov patio/carport, huge storage building. $1100/mo + $1600 dep, w/ 1 yr lease. (805) 338-6901 3+2, in town, Cherry Ln. Estates, 2 car gar, ctrl heat & A/C, fplc, very clean ready, close to shopping, lndscd yd w/gdnr. back fncd $1,195+Sec., 661-816-6149

Golden Hills. Beautiful 2 Bd apts with washer/dryer hook-ups. Some garages. Grass not gravel, Flowers not weeds, owner maintained not property mgrs. Good neigh3+2 , 2 car gar, $1250/mo bors. Water and trash paid. $1500 dep, gardner incl, 804 call Laura 661-822-8856 S. Mill, Call 496-3651 2+1 GH, W/D hookup, A/C, GH, 3+2, near grd. sch., a/c backyard, well maintained. 4 yrs. new, granite, laudry avail. now. $695/mo. No rm. $1100 + sec. 663-9490 pets, no smoke. 822-3540

Mission Villa Apartments 20401 Brian Way, One bedroom, One bath $450.00 per month. Ask for Dave 823-1529

GH 2+1, utility room w/ W/D hookups, A/C, stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, garage +1 parking space, pd water & trash, $650/mo + dep. 661-752-5720 2 + 1 GH, Upstairs, $500 dep $575/mo. Ready now. Coin op laun. 661-345-0307 GH 2 + 1 with garage $625/mo. + Sec. Call Hank 661-972-1885 FREE RENTAL LIST available. 4 Seasons Realty. 117 S. Mill St. 822-RENT EHO 4 Seasons Realty

Need Cash F-A-S-T-? Clean out that garage and place a classified ad. Call 822-6828 and use your Mastercard or Visa

Commercial Rentals 1,800 SF, great location in downtown Tehachapi, avail. July 1st, $1,800/mo. 661-917-2760 for info 20300 #D Valley Blvd. (Corner of Santa Lucia) Professional building-office space approx 1000 sq ft. $800 mo. 4 Seasons Realty 822-RENT. EOH 2 prime office spaces for rent. Hwy. 202 frontage. 1230 sq. ft. & 1670 sq. ft. One ready to move in. Call 661-333-1597

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SS, 1+1 1/2 bath Condo, 2 story + extra loft, fireplace, fridge..............$575 BV, 3+2 on golf course, high ceilings, new pellet stove, 1730 sqft.....$1100 TOWN, 2+1 & 2 “offices”, large kitchen & dining area,1300 sqft...$875 GH, 4+2 1/2, new paint, carpet & tile, 2000 sqft.................................$1150 GH, 3+2, new carpet, fenced bkyard, open spacious, 1200 sqft..........$940

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A Cedar-sided Cabin in BVS with views that go on forever… Wood flooring, high ceilings and large rooms make this 4 BR/2 Bath, 2256 SqFt mountain home on 1.76 acres a unique and beautiful home. Call Terri for a showing today -- Priced at $179,000.

Terri Juergens

GH, 2+1, open and spacious, w/d hookups, garage......................$640 GH, 1+1, fireplace, fridge, stove, large walk-in closet.....................$475 GH, 2+1, all new paint, carpet, vinyl, w/d hook-ups.....................$600 TOWN, 2+1, New paint & carpet, tile, garage........................$550 TOWN, 2+1, large closets, lots of kitchen cabinets, bkyard pets okay..$595 TIRED OF DEALING WITH YOUR RENTAL? 4 SEASONS REALTY, A PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CO., IS IN NEED OF MORE HOUSES TO RENT. WE DO ALL THE WORK WHILE YOU RELAX. CALL 822-3968.


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“I was very impressed with the quality of service Anne provided us. Anne was always professional, friendly, helped calm my nerves...I also appreciated Anne going above & beyond.” When asked if this Seller would recommend Anne to friends, family and acquaintances in the future, her reply was “Absolutely!”.

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661.822.5553 765 Tucker Road


27750 Stallion Springs Dr.

Rhonda Greer



BEAUTIFUL! 2BR/1.75BA home on 1/2 Acre lot surrounded by peaceful gardens. Screened mudroom, Granite Counter tops in Kitchen, wood Flooring in LR &Formal Dining Rm, Large wraparound Decks with Brick Patio below deck, finished Basement includes Workshop and a 18’x11’ Guest Room with Closet. R.V. access, Landscaped backyard with plenty of Oaks! Horses allowed! $205,000 #9966480


OPEN HOME • 29810 Pinedale Dr.

OPEN HOME • 24250 Jacaranda Dr.

RELAX IN STYLE! Beautiful 3BR/2BA, apprx. 1,938sq. ft. custom home on golf course at the 5th fairway near green, with mountain views. Lots of natural light through generous windows! Also on sewer and natural gas! $259,900 #9964993 COME SEE! 10AM-1PM

MOUNTAINTOP JEWEL! This 3BR/1.75BA, apprx. 1,998 sq.ft.home is a Dream! Meticulously maintained, with Great Rm, living, dining and kitchen with a separate formal dining area. Built-in window seats, buffet & hall cabinets. Small vineyard, rock formations, park like grounds and awesome views! $265,000

OUTSTANDING Great custom home on

STUNNING CUSTOM HOME in a wonderful location and a beautiful setting offering 3BR/ 2.5BA, apprx. 2,350 sq.ft. with open split wing floor plan, vaulted ceilings, granite counters, stainless steel appliances and fireplace. Two person jetted tub in master bath, oversized shower, custom tile flooring, skylights and so much more. Gorgeous! $399,900 #9966436

Sat. May 25th 10am-1pm

WONDERFULLY RUSTIC 3BR/1.75BA, apprx. 1,724 sq.ft. on view lot overlooking an oak forest and mountains, at end of cul de sac, in Golden Hills. Hardwood floors, volume wood ceilings, brick counter tops, french doors, spacious rear and side decking, exterior cedar siding. $189,500 #9966413


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“Rhonda came to our home very prepared. She had comps of other houses with her, she was very helpful in suggesting we paint and other things to basically freshen up our house for sale. She was never too busy to answer any of our questions and returned every phone call very promptly. She was a joy to work with...Give her a raise!”

REALTOR® DRE01277940


RUSTIC COUNTRY 3BR/1.75BA Melton home with family room addition featuring greenhouse window & skylights. Two Patios. Vaulted ceilings & fireplace with gas starter in living room; bay window in dining room; attic and ceiling fans. Located close to Golden Hills Elementary school. $192,500 #9966445


Sat. May 25th 10am-1pm

#9966381 COME SEE! 10AM-1PM


ONE OF A KIND! 3BR/2BA, apprx. 1,846 sq.ft, on over an acre with remodeled Kitchen & Family Rm with wood style tile floors & granite counter tops. Covered patio with wrap-around deck make the views of the Tehachapi mountains even more relaxing !. Lushly landscaped entry abounds in a variety of flowers. $199,900 #9966508

2+ acres, apprx. 2,977 square feet living area with a total of apprx. 4,777 sq.ft. under roof (per appraiser), 4BR’s or 3+ studio, 3BA, Living & FR, dining area & so much more! $325,000 #9963872




SOLD IN ONE DAY! 3BR/1.5BA Downtown home offering , living room with fireplace and gas starter, kitchen has double ovens and a spacious eat in kitchen/dining room, new carpet & interior paint, attached 2 car garage, covered patio and a Large backyard. A must see! $145,000 #9966515 CALL US FOR OTHER WONDERFUL TEHACHAPI CITY PROPERTIES!

RIGHT IN TOWN! Established neighborhood, 3BR/1.75BA, apprx 1,260 sq.ft, new interior paint, new carpet, large eat-in kitchen, good amount of storage space, brick fireplace, new roof, large fenced backyard with in ground pool. Pool needs work and is not in working order. Call about potential special financing! $139,900 #9966209


ADORABLE HOME 3BR/1.75BA, with a

new roof, new interior paint, new flooring, and many other repairs performed. Purchase this property for as little as 3% down! Call for details on special financing. Hurry! $155,500 #9966314



SOLD IN ONE DAY! Move-in ready, 3BR/2BA, apprx 1,568 sq.ft., vinyl and laminate flooring, carpeting in bedrooms. Open floor pan, island in kitchen, lots of storage $67,000 #9966357 CALL US FOR OTHER WONDERFUL TEHACHAPI CITY PROPERTIES!



EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY 19,800 sf. Butler Bldg. (90’x220’,14’ eaves, 10’3 to 12’6 clear interior height; 400 amp 3 phase power; 4 roll up doors (10’w x 8’h; two 10’w x 10’h, 12’w x 10’h); refrigerated air-conditioning, space and radiant heating & evaporative cooling. 31 parking s paces. Started as a precision machine shop. Zoned Light Industrial Scenic Corridor (M-1 SC). Office, retail commercial and light industrial uses allowed. Easy access to Highway 58. Selling Price: $675.000 CALL FOR ALL YOUR COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY NEEDS BERNIE CONNOLLY (661) 822-5553 X258

WONDERFUL VIEW HOME! 5 BR/2.5BA in apprx.2,314 SF on 1.02 acres of horse property. 2 Fireplaces, 2 living areas, office w/lots of built-in cabinets. Sunroom w/ sauna, 2 beautiful decorator ceiling fans, lots of windows for light & fabulous views of Cub Lake Great valley floor location with views, & privacy! $345,000 #9966386

LOCATION, LOCATION! Great home, 4BR/ 2BA, apprx. 1,936 sq.ft., near the golf course! Super large family rm and master with wonderful master bath. Fireplace in LR, wood floors throughout & circular drive. No garage but PLENTY of room in back for one. On Sewer System & Natural Gas! $198,500 #9966419

BEAUTIFUL LOCATION Very nice 3BR/ 2BA, apprx 1,366 sq.ft. home overlooking the Bear Valley Springs golf course. Open living area with fireplace and vaulted ceilings. Spacious bedrooms. On natural gas and sewer. COME SEE! $159,500 #9966024

OWNER MAY CARRY on this gorgeous


APPLE ORCHARD & ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FOR SALE! Fabulous property on 19.98 Acres including a 3BR/2BA, apprx. 1,344 sq.ft manufactured home, a 40x80 barn with additional storage, 2 large cold storage rooms, a generous building with a store and a kitchen area offering loads of potential for future business expansion. There are over 1300 trees, with 16 varieties of apples including Fuji, Pink Lady, Gala, Red and Golden Delicious, Jonagold, plus Asian Pears, Peaches, berries and more! Call for showings and other details on this rare and wonderful business opportunity! #9966384

3BR/2BA Log cabin home located on 1.72 acres. Featuring a stone stack fireplace in the LR, jetted tub in master BR & wonderful loft. Relax and enjoy the beautiful pines and scenery from the deck! $219,900 #9965217



OPEN HOME • 20850 Oak Glen Ave.

Sat. May 25th 10am-3pm





MAGNIFICENT TUSCAN STYLE HOME on 1.76 acres with beautiful views of the hills and the San Joaquin Valley. 3BR/2.5BA, apprx. 3,046 sq.ft, boasting quality amenities, upgrades and design details throughout. Amazingly beautiful granite countertops & top-grade stainless steel appliances. This property has a horse corral & barn adjacent to miles of equestrian trails. Gorgeous! Call us and make appt. to see! $629,900 #9966325

MUST SEE! 3BR/2BA , apprx. 1,953 sq.ft. home, very well-maintained with loads of amenities including granite counters in kitch. & bath., built-in stainless steel kitchen appl., pantry, stacked stone fireplace, custom cabinetry & slate patio. Circular driveway, storage shed, RV access and an oversized garage! $379,900 #9965122


Beth Barnes


HOMES 19510 Banducci: GREAT LOCATION CLOSE TO TOWN. This split wing floor offers two large master suites with two full baths. Nicely landscaped yard with great covered patio. Landscaping and water included. Small gentle breed dog welcomed. This is a must see call today to preview. $1050 a month + $1050 Sec. deposit REALTOR DRE #01547541

21320 Silver Creek Way: HORSE PROPERTY! This home has it all from a large open kitchen to a large great room with views. This multi-level home offers 4BR & 3BA. There is plenty of room with the large two car garage and detached shop. There are two pipe corrals on the property and a tack room for your horses. This home is located right on the Bear Valley horse trail system. $2,200 a month + $2,200 Sec. deposit.

COUNTRY OAKS LOCATION! on 2.81 acres with beautiful oak trees. 3BR/3BA, apprx. 2,623 sq.ft wonderfully remodeled home, LG country kitchen, custom built-in cabinetry & granite countertops. Enjoy the cherries, nectarines, pears and peaches from the mature fruit trees. Horses okay! $488,400 #9965328 COME SEE! 10AM-3PM

GREAT LOCATION! Affordable horse property located close to town. & lots of room to roam! Needs TLC. 3BR/1.75BA home, approx 1,559 sq.ft and sits proudly on 1.6 flat usable acres. Double-sided fireplace from dining room to the LG living room.Also on Natural Gas! $170,000 #9966046 CALL US FOR OTHER WONDERFUL COUNTY PROPERTIES!



PARADISE! 3BR/2BA home on approx 20 acres of flat usable land with 8-stall barn, hay barn, hot walker, round pen, 2 arenas, 10x20 shed with power, extra garage, 5 pastures & wash rack! Truly a must see! $575,000

COUNTRY RETREAT Nestled in the hills on two lots for approx 4.95 acres, this 3BR/2BA Manufactured home offers apprx. 1,560 sq.ft . Recently updated. Solar panels, storage shed, 2 private wells + storage tank & great views! Come on up and discover true country living! $170,000 #9965998

765 Las Colinas: PERFECT LOCATION! This home is move-in ready. Conveniently close to shopping & restaurants, this 3 Bedroom 2 bath home offers wood flooring and tile throughout. Recently repainted and has many updated features. No Pets. $1100 a month + $1100 Sec. deposit

SWEET AS CAN BE Don’t miss this wonderful 3BR/2BA, apprx 1,438 sq.ft home with stunning mountain views, open tiled country kitchen with loads of cabinets and a breakfast bar. Cozy fireplace in living room. RV access and huge backyard. Conveniently located to recreation and restaurants. $159,900 #9966098

BEAUTIFUL VIEWS & OAKS! 3BR/2BA, apprx 2,135 sq.ft., built in 2006 sits on 1.94 acres with spacious great room w/ vaulted ceilings, skylights, surround sound & fireplace. Kitchen opens to great room and has granite counters, center island, skylight and pantry. Exterior composite deck, RV parking & circle driveway. $419,000 #9966111

27180 Stirrup Way Tehachapi CA 93561: Beautiful new 6 bedroom 3 bath home in Bear Valley Springs. Lovely large kitchen, dining and living area, huge closets. This home has it all for the entertainers or the chef that wants that perfect kitchen. Owner will consider option to buy with owner carry. Call for details. A must see! $2500 a month. Sec. deposit $2500. A PA R T M E N T S 21632 Golden Hills Blvd. Tehachapi CA 93561: Great Golden Hills location. 2+1 with many upgrades throughout. This unit has been completely redone with tile and granite throughout. Great two tone paint with beautiful crown molding. This is a higher end apartment that is a must see. $750 a month and $750 sec. deposit 21410 Golden Hills Blvd: NICE SIZE APARTMENT, 2BR/1BA with indoor laundry. Open and bright kitchen. Generous back yard. $600 a month + $600 Sec. deposit.



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