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PUBLIC NOTICE

Attention Property Owners in the Santa Cruz City Schools: Elementary and High School Districts Exemption Available from 2014-15 Parcel Taxes OR

Measure I — Santa Cruz City High School District: (property within Santa Cruz City limits, within the Live Oak, Soquel, Mountain, Happy Valley, Bonny Doon and Pacific Elementary School Districts) Supports Grades 9-12 Library & Counseling services Measure J — Santa Cruz City Elementary District: (property generally within Santa Cruz City limits) Supports Grades K-8 Art & Music programs, Library programs & Counseling services Measure P — Santa Cruz City Elementary District: (property generally within Santa Cruz City limits) Supports Grades K-3 Class Size Reduction, lowered Class Sizes in Grades 4-6, Library services, Art supplies, Life Lab, & a variety of other K-6 programs

$38 per parcel per year, effective through 2020-2021 $85 per parcel per year, effective through 2020-2021 $105 per parcel per year, effective through 2016-17

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Sports Camps for Summer Fun

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Soquel Season Record: (22-8, SCCAL 12-3)

Harbor Season Record: (9-19, SCCAL 3-10) CCS Open Division, First Round SCCAL Tournament Champions

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Cabrillo Stage 2014-2015 Season Four-show season launches June 27 and runs through January 18

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ViPR Loaded movement training now available!

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Softball Harbor Season Record: (2-20, SCCAL 1-11)

Soquel 9 – SLV 8

Boys Volleyball Soquel Season Record: (13-10, SCCAL 7-4)

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Drop in Grief Support Terrance, Aptos

Saturday June 6 Sunday June 7

Capitola Rod & Custom Classic Car Show

Ongoing Events

Capitola Village Esplanade

Mondays

Sunday: 9am – 2pm

Meal Solution Mondays

Capitola Twilight Concert

PFLAG (Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays)

12:00pm, Hospice of Santa Cruz County

Dated Events

more information.

Tuesday June 10

Hoffman’s for Second Harvest

Networking Lunch at Shadowbrook For more information, please call (831) 430-3000.

Third Fridady of Each Month

Tuesdays, Thursdays thru Saturdays

Toastmasters: Speak for Success 12:00pm-1:00pm, St. Philip’s

1:30 pm-2:30pm, Lounge of the First Congregational Church, 900 High St. Santa Cruz

Valley Drive, Scotts Valley.

Second Thursdays each month

Veterans of Foreign Wars Drop-ins welcome. For more

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For more info. visit both oceangatezen.org and facebook.

TOPS (Take off pounds sensibly)

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Sunday June 22

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Saturdays

Second and Fourth Thursdays

8:00 -12:00pm at Cabrillo College 8 am, San Lorenzo Park 10 am-12 pm Expo

Cabrillo Host Lions Club

7:00pm at the Cabrillo Community Center, Aptos Village Park, 100 Aptos Creek Rd.

Tuesdays thru Sundays

Featured recipes are posted on Svaroopa® Yoga Classes the New Leaf Community blog at See website for times, Deerpark www.newleafcommunity.com. Shopping Center, 783 Rio Del Mar Blvd. Aptos

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Friday Shakespeare Club

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Street, Suite TT — Capitola

Drop-in Grief Support

Wednesdays

Ocean Gate Zen Center Zazen

Roux Dat Cajun Creole Grand Opening

Thursdays

No registration required, please call (831) 430-3000

- Instructions munity Markets, 1210 41st Ave. 7:00pm, 920 41st Ave. Suite Capitola (Also down town and at B, Santa Cruz (next to Family Cycling Center) West side stores)

Wednesday June 11

Worship, First Baptist Church

Scotts Valley. For more information, visit http://hirewire.org

7:00pm-9:00pm, 900 High St. First Congregational Church of Santa Cruz

Visit http://nar-anon.org/NarAnon/California.html for more information.

Visit www.scwd2desal.org for more info.

Capitola-Aptos Rotary Club Meeting

For more information or to

For a meeting near you call

Free childcare with advance

B12 Fridays

Soquel Dr. Soquel

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Help Santa Cruz County Outrun Hunger

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Overeaters Anonymous

PROFILE of Santa Cruz

Wednesday June 18

First Wednesday each month

Kendall & Potter Property Management Ribbon Cutting

Adoption/Child Welfare Orientation -

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at (831) 479-0393 or visit www. Website. www.montereycoast. com

Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays

Capitola Twilight Concert

Co-dependents Anonymous

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Esplanade Park, Capitola

Monday June 23

Soquel Pioneer Love Monday fundraiser at Discretion Brewing All Day Discretion Brewing 2703 41st Avenue, Suite A - Soquel

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www.capitolachamber.com/

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First Tuesdays each month

Tail Wagging World of Dog Ownership

To register to one of the meeting and

Call (831) 332-8221 for more information.

9a.m.-1p.m. SV Community Center, www.santacruzfarmersmarket.org

Orientations to Become Advocates for Children

Dominion Ct., Aptos

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ADHD Support Group Meetings on Soquel Dr.

Monday: 2:00 - 3:30pm

Freedom Blvd. Watsonville

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Fridays

Clutterers Anonymous Surgical Center, 2900 Chanticleer Ave, Soquel Dr. Santa Cruz.

Any Questions, contact Judy

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Meeting Schedule for the SCWD2 Task Force

7:00pm, Soquel Creek Water

Over-Eaters Anonymous

Maternity and Surgery Center, Fourth Thursdays each month 2900 Chanticleer Ave. Sc.

Second and Fourth Wednesdays For more information, call (831) First Tuesdays and Third Wednesdays each month Santa Cruz/ Monterey Bay Branch

p.m., third Wednesday of the

Conference Room at Elena Baskin/ Live Oak Senior Center, 1777-A Capitola Road, Santa Cruz.

7:00pm, Firehouse on Soquel Dr. Aptos

Aptos Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10110

Cruz (cross street is Soquel Ave.).

Second and Fourth Mondays First and Third Wednesdays

Alzheimers Support Groups

Third Thursday each month

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Tuesday of month (for location

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Scotts Valley Farmer’s Market

For more information, call (831)

Clares St. Capitola

For more information , call (831)

Sunday June 29

Bikes on the Bay Vintage Motorcycle Show 9 am - 4 pm, Capitola Mall


Your June Horoscope Cancer (June 22-July 22)

Announcements Volunteers Needed for the Monterey Symphony

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Modern Square Dancing Class Santa Cruz, 230 Plymouth

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Last Thursdays each month

MCSC. For more information,

Facebook www.facebook.com/

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Downtown Santa Cruz Antique Fair

9:00am-4:00pm, Lincoln St.

Monthly Argentine Tango at Star Bene Italian/Argentine Restarante

Sunday June 8

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Dated Events

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7:00 - 8:30 p.m., Harry’s Hofbrau, 390 Saratoga Ave, San Jose

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First Friday Art Tour

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Wednesday June 18 Porter Memorial Library Ice Cream Social Porter Street

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Saturday June 21 Woodies On The Wharf

Contact Lee McLaughlin, Booking Agent, at 408-993about booking the band for Non-profit events (donations are tax deductible). www.PeninsulaBanjoBand.org

Thursdays

Lucky Steppers Modern Square Dance Hall, 230 Plymouth St. Santa Cruz

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Second Fridays each month

Big Band Dance

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