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fire response next step for county Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The May 13-16 fires illustrated the strengths of some of the county’s fire protection programs while also exposing vulnerabilities, and an analysis of the fires and the county’s response will be forthcoming. “The after-action report, I think, is the most important thing,” said county supervisor Dianne Jacob. Jacob, who is this year’s San Diego County Board of Supervisors chair, made remarks about the fire, the county’s preparedness and response, and the need for an after-action report at the May 20 Board of Supervisors meeting. The comments were not associated with a voting item.

see REPORT, page A-9

Shane Gibson photo Nine-year-old Abby Battenschlag, 9, stands next to a pink 1923 Ford T Bucket, owned by Kathy Hall, at the 49th annual Vintage Car Show, sponsored by the Fallbrook Vintage Car Club on Sun., May 25 at Potter Jr. High School. See more coverage of this event on page B-1.

Remembering the fallen from the Civil War

Three arrested in kidnapping of toddler Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor T h e F a l l b r o o k S h e r i f f ’s substation reported that three suspects were arrested May 20 following the kidnapping of a toddler in Fallbrook. The incident began about 4 p.m. that day in the 200 block of E. Dougherty Street in Fallbrook. According to Lt. Art Wager, a man who was later identified as Joseph Lawrence Smith, age 22, forced his way into his ex-girlfriend’s residence on

see KIDNAPPING, page A-9

Al Prosser photo Taking part in a Civil War historical remembrance event for Memorial Day on Saturday, May 24 at Odd Fellows Cemetery in Fallbrook are, from left, Jerry Sayre PDC, Brian Bingham, Cheryl Reynolds, Dave Allyn, Dean Poole CC, Brenda Boucher, Ernie Powell, Tom Helmantoler PCC, Peter Huelsenbeck, John May, Will Tisch PCC, and Eileen Tisch.

Memorial Day a time to pay tribute

Supervisors ratify proclamation of local emergency • End emergency status • Appropriate funds for response, recovery activity Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Under state law a county Board of Supervisors must ratify a Proclamation of Local Emergency within seven days after it is administratively issued. On May 20, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors not only ratified the May 14 Proclamation of Local

see EMERGENCY, page A-9


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At a Memorial Day remembrance event Mon., May 26, sponsored by the VFW Post 1924, Linda Wright, left, and Christine Rinaldi photo Barbara Aska place flowers on the graves of Aska’s husband and son at the Fallbrook Masonic Cemetery. Some of the flowers they used were donated by the Fallbrook Garden Club and some came from Wright’s yard. See more coverage of this event on page A-6.

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FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Hospital Auxiliary will host a blood drive on Thursday, June 12 from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Fallbrook Community Center, 341 Heald Lane.


May 31 & June 1, 7, 8 – 40th annual Fallbrook Open Tennis Tournament fundraiser with all proceeds benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County, hosted by Fallbrook Tennis Club. For the variety of divisions and entrance information, call (760) 728-1100 prior to May 21. June 1 – 9:30 a.m. – 198th annual Corpus Christi Fiesta at Pala Mission – a historical and spiritual event including entertainment, Indian drummers, games, and more. June 12 – 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. – Blood drive sponsored by the Fallbrook Hospital Auxiliary at the Fallbrook Community Center,

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341 Heald Lane. Goodies will be served to donors. To learn more or to set an appointment time, visit June 14 – noon – Fallbrook Football Booster Golf Tournament, Dinner, Auction and Dance takes place at Pala Mesa Golf Resort. Golf check in at noon, shotgun start at 1:30 p.m.; cocktails, dinner, auction and dance from 6 p.m. to midnight. Registrations forms available at Pala Mesa Pro Shop or at www.FallbrookFootball. com – can pay online with credit, debit, or Paypal. July 4 – 4 p.m. – 10th annual July 4 event to be held as a fundraiser for the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance at the Grand Tradition Estate. Food vendors on site, games, rubber raft races, live music, fireworks extravaganza, and more. Tickets $20/adults in advance ($25 at door); kids 11/under free. See for more information.

to classes 1972 through 1976 – at Valley Fort Steakhouse, outdoor patio, 3757 S. Mission Rd. Tickets $35/person (prepaid until July 25); $50/person at door. Casual attire; appetizers; dessert; live band; no host bar. To register, email Barbara Hernandez Shanley at bshan74@ or Linda Giannelli Pratt at; or visit class1974. Aug. 23 & 24 – 9 a.m. to 9 a.m. (24-hour event) – Relay for Life cancer fundraising event for American Cancer Society takes place at Fallbrook High School. Sponsors, teams, cancer survivors, and volunteers can visit www. or email Rose Marie Peralta at for more information.

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Local Spaghetti helps support historic Reche Schoolhouse

Cathy Alatorre fills out raffle tickets she purchased at the fundraising event for the Reche Schoolhouse on May 17. Girlfriends, from left, Lois Lee, Ayn Bryant, and Betty Gilby prepare to enjoy a spaghetti dinner at the Reche Schoolhouse in Fallbrook that was held May 17 as a fundraiser to help maintain the historic building.

Glenn and Michelle Joiner lend their support to the fundraiser designed to provide maintenance for the historic Reche Schoolhouse on May 17. Christine Rinaldi photos

From front to back, Madeleine Dugay, Fred Rodriguez, Juanita Sharp, Nancy Watt, and Hank Aul await their spaghetti dinners at the May 17 fundraiser for the Reche Schoolhouse.

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Residents appreciate emergency responders

Fallbrook Art Center opens Artists Guild exhibition

Courtesy photo Rancho Monserate Country Club residents appreciate the emergency help they received during the Highway Fire by placing a banner at the entrance to their community. Pictured with the banner are, Lt. Art Wager, S.D. County Sheriff’s Dept.; Lenora Sears, coordinator Rancho Monserate Neighborhood Watch/emergency plan; and Sgt. Jim Pucillo, S.D. County Sheriff’s Dept. FALLBROOK – Residents of Rancho Monserate Country Club in Fallbrook have shown their appreciation in a big way to first responders and SDG&E by

displaying a banner at the entrance to their community. After the Highway Fire made fast progress toward their homes, the residents wanted to recognize

the quick response by firefighters and Sheriff’s deputies. Power was interrupted and residents said with SDG&E’s efficient response, it was restored in a timely manner.

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The first place winner in the Artist’s Guild Show, “Geisha,” is an oil on canvas painted by Teresa Shea of Los Angeles. FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Art Center’s Artist’s Guild is celebrating its third annual Artist’s Guild Show now through June 15. This year, the art center is featuring 93 works of art, varying in discipline and media, created by 46 of the Fallbrook Art Center’s Guild Members. Ron Young was the Guild Show juror. He received a MFA in sculpture from UCLA and an ABA from the Academia de Belle Arte in Rome, Italy. His art interest is

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Saturday, June 7 at the Veteran of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 1924, 1175 Old Stage Road in Fallbrook. Parkinson is well known for spearheading the Veteran’s Wall project in downtown Fallbrook. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m., with dinner served at 6. Parkinson is inviting friends and family to join him for a free dinner, but asks in lieu of gifts that guests make a donation to the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary. Dinner will include lasagna, Trish Harrison’s homemade spaghetti, Caesar salad, Trish’s homemade garlic bread and a cake large enough to hold 90 candles! DJ Cory Carrier will provide music for dancing, including some Big Band Era sounds during dinner.

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Opinion Fire strikes again

Obama’s policy “chaos ascribed to weakness”

By Calif. State Assemblymember Marie Waldron (R-75th District) Our region has now suffered through three disastrous regionwide wildfires since 2003. That year, the Cedar and Paradise fires resulted in the deaths of 16 people and destroyed 2,427 homes and businesses. In 2007, the Witch Creek and Harris fires destroyed 1,500 homes and killed nine people. This May, as a result of unseasonable heat and high winds, San Diego County was ravaged by nine separate fires, including the Cocos, Highway, and Tomahawk

fires that burned portions of San Marcos, Escondido, Fallbrook and Bonsall. During the recent firestorms, approximately 65 homes were destroyed; 36 of those in San Marcos and unincorporated areas near Escondido. Throughout the emergency, the professionalism expertise and cooperation of our first responders from multiple state, county and local agencies was exemplary. Though many homes were lost and, tragically, at least one person died, the numbers were few compared to past fires. Lessons learned from previous fires, including the need for defensible space around buildings, helped save countless lives and homes this time around. We l i v e i n a d a n g e r o u s region, with ever-present threats of wildfires and earthquakes. Unfortunately, should El Nino end the drought by returning next winter, fire ravaged hillsides may experience devastating floods and mudslides. It goes without saying that San Diegans need to be prepared and vigilant at all times.

A big thanks for the help I live at Rancho Monserate Country Club, a senior community on Highway 395. We had the Highway Fire on May 14; we were prepared with our fire break. But there has to be a big “thanks” to all of the responding emergency people that came and helped us out. North Country Fire, S.D. County Sheriff and all of the other help from all over the state. They

saved our homes! Then, SDG&E did a wonderful job restoring our power within a day and half – setting a bunch of new power poles and restringing our power so we could be back into our homes with power on Friday afternoon. God Bless you all! Brenda Vatnsdal

In Libya, they used military force to remove a dictator who was harmless to the US. The resulting chaos spread dangerous weapons throughout the region. It lead to the death of four Americans in the Benghazi terrorist attack. In Egypt, a loyal partner, who had promoted peace and stability in the region was thrown to the wolves in favor of another known terror group, The Muslim Brotherhood. In Russia they boldly invade their neighbors. They supply Syria with weapons that are used to commit genocide. Yet Obama has placed our aspirations to space in their hands. He has made us reliant on Russia to launch military satellites. Mrs. Clinton pressed a reset button and we gave concessions. Now we all deal with the consequences. Bill Leach

As president of the Reche Community Club, I would like to thank Mama and Papa’s Pizza Grotto of Vista, Major Market, Silvergate, 4H Community Pride Project, the Village News, Music by Bud, Jack, & Ray, and all the club volunteers who helped and contributed to our annual Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser. Thank you to the Fallbrook community who came out to support the Reche School House. Last but not least, a special thank you to all the firefighters who kept us safe and made our Spaghetti Dinner possible. You are all greatly appreciated.

Training has been validated On or about March 14, 2014, Fox5 News ran a story regarding a CH-53 USMC helicopter flying over a home in Fallbrook at an altitude of 50 feet, as verified by the residents, professional photographers. It should be noted that CH-53’s carry transponders which transmit altitude, among other data, to the FAA, and the Marine Corps reported the helo’s altitude as 1,000 feet. I know there is debate in Fallbrook regarding the noise Marines make while training. I also

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Local Remembering those who served America

Colonel Michael E. Cordero, USMC, was the guest speaker at the Memorial Day remembrance event sponsored by Fallbrook Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 1924 on Mon., May 26 at the Masonic Cemetery.

“Taps” is performed by Marvin Steinman of Buglers of America at the Memorial Day event at the Masonic Cemetery May 26.

The Flag is raised by PO2 Nicholas Stockbridge of the USNSCC Gunfighter Squadron for the Memorial Day remembrance event May 26.

Kellan Hoffmann, the son of a Marine, wears a stars and stripes shirt to the Memorial Day remembrance event, sponsored by the Fallbrook VFW at the Masonic Cemetery on Mon., May 26.

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Bonsall Woman’s Club donates to seniors BONSALL – The Bonsall Woman’s Club (BWC) recently presented a check for $1,014 to Dotty Metcalf, executive director, Foundation for Senior Care (FSC). The club’s president, Phyllis Zenz,


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“We want to know what we could have done better,” Jacob said. “That’s the next thing we’re going to be tackling.” Helen Robbins-Meyer, the county’s chief administrative officer, will provide the report with the help of her staff. Jacob hopes to have the report by the June 17 Board of Supervisors meeting. “That’s pretty fast turnaround for everybody, but I think there is a sense of urgency here,” Jacob said. “It’s clear we have year-round fire risk.” For the 10-year period concluding with the October 2007 fires, 11 of the 14 worst fires in the county in terms of


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E. Dougherty Street armed with a baseball bat and kidnapped her 3-year-old child from the babysitter by force. “Smith threw the baby over his shoulder and fled the residence to a vehicle waiting outside,” said Wager. Inside the vehicle were two females, later identified as (driver) Brenna Pauline Roskop 21, and (passenger) Taylor Hood,20. The babysitter attempted to stop Smith outside the residence, but Smith threw her to the ground, causing her to sustain minor injuries. She was treated and released from Fallbrook Hospital. Wager said the vehicle fled the scene. Sheriff ’s deputies quickly


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Emergency issued by the county’s Chief Administrative Officer but also found that the need for a state of emergency no longer exists and appropriated $5 million for response and recovery efforts resulting from the fires which caused the state of emergency. The initial fires broke out May 13, but additional fires began May 14 and began to burn out of control due to Santa Ana conditions including high temperatures, low humidity, and strong wind gusts. By 1:25 p.m. on May 14, multiple evacuations had been ordered and at least 20 structures had been destroyed. Helen Robbins-Meyer, the county’s chief administrative officer, issued a Proclamation of Local Emergency. A Proclamation of Local Emergency is a prerequisite for the governor to proclaim a state of emergency in the county, which Governor Jerry Brown did shortly after the local proclamation was transmitted to the Office of the Governor. A Proclamation of Local Emergency also provides legal immunity for emergency actions taken by local governments and public employees and allows the chief administrative officer and other authorized officials to take preventative measures necessary to protect and preserve public health and safety. The state declaration makes the county eligible for state and federal disaster relief assistance. “The Proclamation of Local Emergency ensured the county was in the best position possible to not only respond to the fires but also transition to recovery,” said

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designated the foundation as this year’s charity. The BWC members would drop in their spare/loose change or dollars each month until the goal was met. The FSC provides assistance

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acres burned (including separate fires burning simultaneously in October 2003 and October 2007) started in September or October; the exceptions were the January 2001 Viejas Fire, the February 2002 Gavilan Fire, and the July 2002 Pines Fire. The 10-year period excludes the September 1970 Laguna Fire, which was the county’s worst prior to 2003, and the November 1956 Inaja Fire which involved the most firefighter fatalities. The Board of Supervisors began its fire protection programs even prior to the 2003 fires; in 1999 the county began committing $400,000 annually for capital and equipment needs of the fire service. In 2006 an agreement with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection allowed for year-round staffing

at nine additional CalFire stations as well as the five stations which had been staffed year-round. The San Diego County Regional Fire Authority was created in 2008. The county has also funded brush removal programs and two firefighting helicopters. “That investment has paid off, and we saw that,” Jacob said. “I’d say we’re the best prepared we’ve ever been. It’s the bestorchestrated effort we’ve ever seen,” Jacob said of the response to the May 2014 fires. The work to be done on the May 2014 fires also includes determining how they started. “The investigations of these fires are ongoing,” Jacob said.

compiled information from the babysitter. “Smith returned the baby to her mother, who was at work in 100 block of S. Main Ave. in Fallbrook within 10 minutes of the kidnapping,” said Wager. “The baby was uninjured.” “After Fallbrook detectives forwarded the suspect information to the San Diego Fugitive Task Force for assistance in locating the suspects, Fugitive Task Force personnel tracked the suspects to a residence in the 200 block of Wonsan Drive, Camp Pendleton in De Luz housing area,” said Wager. “This was Taylor Hood’s residence; she is related to an active duty marine. The marine was not present during the contact, and was not involved in the crime.” Wager said that task force

personnel took Smith, Hood, and Roskop into custody with the assistance of NCIS and USMC Criminal Investigations Division without incident. Wager said there is video footage of the incident that is now in law enforcement’s possession. It appears that the motive behind the incident may have been to hold the child until some personal property was returned to the suspect. The investigation is continuing. Wager said the three suspects were being booked into the Vista Jail on charges related to kidnapping, conspiracy, burglary and assault.

Supervisor Bill Horn. Although the state of emergency was lifted, the county’s Emergency Operations Center remained on continuous activation as it had since May 14 and the county continued to deploy resources to the emergency response for evacuation and resident safety while beginning the recovery phase of the disaster. During the recovery phase, the county will establish and equip local assistance centers and may dedicate staff to assist fire victims with the recovery process. Recovery activities may require the acquisition of equipment, supplies, and services for the initial phases of debris removal and soil erosion control.

Once detailed assessments and associated cost estimates are developed, Robbins-Meyer will request additional appropriations from the county supervisors, but the initial $5 million will help with the response to the needs of county residents. The $5 million was derived from the general fund contingency reserve and transferred to the county’s Office of Emergency Services. “The high costs associated with unexpected emergencies are the reason we’ve maintained reserve funds and can cover costs without affecting other county programs and services,” Horn said.

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Lt. Col Bruce Harjung, USMC (Ret.) welcomes guests to the VFWsponsored Memorial Day remembrance event on Mon., May 26 at the Fallbrook Masonic Cemetery.

At the Memorial Day remembrance event, VFW Post 1924 Chaplain Dave Marvin gives the invocation and benediction. Christine Rinaldi photos

At the Memorial Day event at the Fallbrook Masonic Cemetery, Mary Patz places flowers on the graves of her parents.

Jack A. LeFavour reads his winning Patriot’s Pen essay at the Memorial Day event sponsored by the VFW on May 26 at the Fallbrook Masonic Cemetery.

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Vintage Car Show draws record-breaking crowd Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor All the components were perfect – a beautifully sunny day, over 300 gleaming vintage cars, music and excitement in the air – to break the attendance record at the 49th annual Vintage Car Show, sponsored by the Fallbrook Vintage Car Club. “A record crowd turned out to attend the show, the weather cooperated, public parking was ample...,” said car club representative Chuck Tillotson. The show is held each year by the organization to raise charitable funds for dozens of local projects that benefit residents of all ages. Potter Jr. High provided the onthe-lawn setting for 23 different classifications of vintage vehicles that were brought from far and wide across the country to compete for awards. According to Tillotson, “This year ’s car show committee, headed up by chairman Mike McGuire and a crew of 16 members, began planning for the event back in October of last year with the goal of producing Fallbrook’s ‘best-ever’ vintage c a r s h o w. ” A n d t h e g r o u p achieved its goal. “The results of their planning provided a show with a large array of over 300-plus vehicles, abundant food vendor booths, swap meet galleries, and merchandise sales outlets,” he explained. The vehicles on display (mandated to be at least 25 years old) included those from the brass era, Model A’s/T’s, to domestic stock cars, woodies, trucks, motorcycles, and a few unrestored models that gave those attending the opportunity to see at least one or two favorites from the past. “The featured cars for the 2014 show were the Chrysler cars that focused on the “finned Mopars” of the 1955 through the 1961 period,” said Tillotson. “Twenty featured cars were entered in this class. They came from all over the country including a 1956 Chrysler New Yorker four-door sedan from Pasadena and a 1960 Dodge Pioneer two-door hardtop from Arcadia. After a record-breaking 49th year, members of the club are more determined than ever to make next year - the 50th anniversary - even better. To comment on this story online, visit

Judges at the 49th annual Fallbrook Vintage Car Show, Tom Shea, left, and Alan Mascsak, take a close look under the hood of a 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird on May 25. The event is sponsored by the Fallbrook Vintage Car Club. Shane Gibson photos

Fallbrook Vintage Car Show winners of 2014 Category Best of Show – Stock Best of Show – Modified Miss Fallbrook Award FVCC President’s Award Best of Show – Featured Car Fallbrook Honorary Mayor’s Award TA - Model T and A – stock all years A - Pre-1920s Stock – except Model T B - Best Stock 1920’s (except Model T’s and A’s) C - 1930s Domestic Stock D - 1940s Domestic Stock E - 1950s Domestic Stock F - 1960s Domestic Stock G - 1970-1989 Domestic Stock H - 1960s & 1970s Factory Stock Muscle I - 1960s & 1970s Factory Stock Pony J - Woodies thru 1988 K - Thunderbirds thru 1988 L - Corvettes thru 1988 M - Foreign Sports Cars thru 1988 N - Foreign Sedan & Convertible thru 1988 O - Pickups, Trucks Stock thru 1988 P - Pickups, Trucks Modified thru 1988 Q - Pre-1940 Modified R - 1940s Modified S - 1950s Modified T - 1960s Modified U - 1970-1988 Modified V - Original Unrestored thru 1988 W - Special Use Vehicles

Winner’s Name Michael Porto Ted Carli John Waugh Leigh & Marilou Johnson Ken Zandler/Tim Taylor Don Hughs Jim Grevatt Bob Walter Gene Calman Craig Thralls Jerry Moles Chauncy & Janice Newlin Paul Garcia John Joseph Richard Timmons Mike & Missy Dodge David O’Dell Dave Lella Harry Rieger Barry Connally Bob Hanselman William Matz Fred Jones Bob Stires Dave Munyon Sr. John Williams Ronald Shaver Cliff Cunningham Dino Harrison Jim Wayman

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Jack Schlotte focuses his camera on the fin of a 1961 Imperial Southampton for a photo during the 49th annual Fallbrook Vintage Car Show on May 25. Judges at the 49th annual Fallbrook Vintage Car Show, Tom Shea, left, and Alan Mascsak, take a close look under the hood of a 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird on May 25. The event is sponsored by the Fallbrook Vintage Car Club.

Aivar Lejins admires the all red and chrome interior of a 1960 Dodge Polara convertible owned by Sean Machado. Only three this particular convertible models are known to exist.

Courtesy photo Fallbrook Vintage Car Club president Roy Moosa, right, presents the Presidents Award to Leigh Johnson for his and wife Mary Lou’s 1941 Packard 180 Le Baron limo. The Johnsons are from Idyllwild.

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Health Exploring the amazing health benefits of reading FALLBROOK - It can be hard for some people to pick up a book when there are so many distractions at the ready. But while books might not be as flashy as the latest must-have digital gadget, they can provide benefits that

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But the benefits of reading do not stop there. Reading can help reduce stress, benefiting the body in numerous ways. A 2009 University of Sussex study found that turning to a good book can be an effective relaxation strategy when things become too stressful. Reading fiction can stimulate the imagination and distract a person from the stressors in everyday life. Choosing a humorous or uplifting story can boost mood and help people relax, particularly when reading before bedtime. Reading also can help men and women get a better night’s rest. People who are accustomed to reading books before going to bed actually train their mind and body for relaxation. Picking up a book can send signals that it is time to settle down and get ready for sleep. Health experts often recommend developing a sleep routine to people who struggle to fall asleep at night, and reading for 30 minutes before bed each night can be an integral part of such routines. Research has shown that reading and engaging the brain in other ways, such as through intellectual games and puzzles, can stave off dementia. These activities stimulate the cells in the brain to grow and connect, increasing the power of brain tissue. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, keeping the mind active through reading can strengthen connections between brain cells and build up brain cell reserves. Mental activity might even generate new brain cells. All of these factors can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. According to a paper from researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, reading can stimulate the brain to produce more white matter. White matter works together with gray matter and is responsible for sending sensory and motor stimuli to the central nervous system to stimulate a response. Healthy white matter keeps the central nervous system working effectively and may reduce risk of learning disabilities as well as impaired motor functions.

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Fallbrook Hospital Auxiliary awards scholarships FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Hospital Auxiliary was privileged to award 24 scholarships this year to new students entering the medical field or students who have already been studying at college in the medical field. Seven of the students are from Fallbrook High School, two from private school or homeschools, and 15 are already in college. The scholarship winners were Cosette Aguirre, Berenice

Almaguer, Caleb Ashbrook, Christina Bosch, David Bosch, Elizabeth Dunckle, David Flores, Justin Hukill, Emily Kettering, Kylie King, Chip LaChat, Dong Andrew Lee, Isabel LucianoRodas, Jessica Madden, Carissa McCollum, Hannah Oppermann, Tania Rocha, Ainsley Taylor, Brenda Torres, Andrew Treister, M i c h e l e Va l e n c i a , M o n i c a Valencia, Sarah Victor and Kathleen Young.

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Stroke and osteoporosis screenings on June 26 FALLBROOK – Residents living in and around the Fallbrook community can be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke or bone fracture. Living Waters Christian Fellowship will host Life Line Screening on June 26 at 2000 Reche Rd. This event is being sponsored by San Diego Vascular Center. Four key points every person needs to know: • Stroke is the third leading cause of death and a leading cause of

permanent disability • 80 percent of stroke victims had no apparent warning signs prior to their stroke • Preventive ultrasound screenings can help people avoid a stroke • Screenings are fast, noninvasive, painless, affordable and convenient Screenings identify potential cardiovascular conditions such as blocked arteries and irregular heart rhythm, abdominal aortic aneurysms,

and hardening of the arteries in the legs, which is a strong predictor of heart disease. A bone density screening to assess osteoporosis risk is also offered and is appropriate for both men and women. All five screenings take 60-90 minutes to complete. Pre-registration is required. For cost and more information regarding the screenings or to schedule an appointment, call (877) 237-1287 or visit www.

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Dining Scoreboard Pizzeria – Stone oven-baked pizza and craf t beers! Nathalie Taylor Special to the Village News “Eat More Pizza!” That’s Scoreboard Pizzeria’s slogan and the Valdez family is working hard to see that Fallbrook residents take their advice. Open since March 13, it’s a story of two Fallbrook High grads returning to offer something special to the community – something they felt was missing: A sports-themed pizza restaurant. Raymond Valdez and Matty Napier had played football together at Fallbrook High, then after graduating, they took off to separate American coasts. Raymond attended the University of Hawaii where he graduated with a degree in Marine Biology and Matty went to Baltimore to be with family. The two returned to Fallbrook and decided to open the business with help from Raymond’s parents, Ray and Lynn Valdez. Now it is truly a family business with the Valdez’s daughter, Maria, who just graduated from Fresno State, joining the group. Three months before the establishment was opened Ray, Lynn and Raymond, with help from one of Ray’s friends, remodeled the interior. Now it is new, sparkling, and ready for action. Raymond has learned a lot about running a restaurant from his uncle, who owns Fidel’s restaurant in Solana Beach. “He taught me about food quality. We

use nothing but fresh products here – the only thing that comes in a can is the olives and the pineapple,” he noted. Twelve different beers are on tap, and directly connected to the refrigerator, so they are extremely cold. Only glass vessels are used to serve the beer. The craft beers are rotated, but they keep a base of popular brands. There is a lot to tell you about this new pizzeria, and some of the highlights follow: • Scoreboard uses fresh meat from Major Market • Pizza is cooked in a “seasoned” stone oven • Nothing is frozen – they don’t even own a freezer • Everything is prepared when ordered • Nothing is deep-fried • They only feature Fallbrook wines Two pizza-by-the-slice deals are creating a stir. For $5.50, diners are served two slices of pizza and one soft drink. For $8.50 they can enjoy a beer or glass of wine plus two slices of pizza. (Pizza-by-the-slice is cooked until 4 p.m.) Matty makes the dough fresh every day; and you might even catch him adeptly tossing it into the air – a skill he learned while working in Baltimore. From that pizza dough, Matty forms a thin crust, but thin is not bad, it just means that you can taste more of the meat and cheese. The toppings

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vary – from traditional pepperoni to some wildly creative pizzas. Their pizza repertoire is too vast to list, but here are a few sneak peeks. T h e “ C h e f ’s S p e c i a l ” i s piled high with ricotta cheese, mushrooms, pepperoni, cheese and lots of spinach. It has a great flavor. The “Carnitas” pizza is packed with carnitas, jalapeños, and cilantro. “Olive Oil” is a pizza made with olive oil, tomatoes, jalapeños, garlic, and basil, but no sauce and no cheese. Perfect for the vegetarian in your family! Lynn makes the sandwiches and salads, but she also cooks the Italian meatballs for the meatball sandwich – a skill she learned from her father who was “a great meatball maker,” according to Raymond. Seven large screen televisions are always tuned to a sports channel. All the TVs are hooked up separately, so they can all play the same channel, or different channels, according to preference. “You can sit down and enjoy pizza, enjoy TV – the kids can go crazy a little bit and play arcade games,” Raymond said, “we are one of the only restaurants that is open late – we are open until ten offering good food – good service and cold, cold beer.” Visit Scoreboard Pizzeria in the Albertson’s shopping center at 1125 S. Mission Rd. Telephone number is: (760) 728-9997. Takeout is available.


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Angel Societ y approves $17,500 in donations FALLBROOK – Donations to local nonprofits totaling $17,500 were approved by the board of directors of the Angel Society of Fallbrook at its meetings in April and May. The Fallbrook Land Conservancy was awarded $7,000 to make improvements to its historic, 125-year-old Palomares House, which is used for community meetings and events, as well as office space for the FLC. The funds will help replace the existing patio arbor, which was originally installed in the early ‘90s and is now destroyed by root rot and termites, with an industrial-grade Alumawood-style cover. North County Serenity House, a safe home based in Escondido for women recovering from alcohol and drug dependencies, received $5,000. The funds will be used to renovate an unoccupied building to be used as an outpatient treatment space with a childcare cooperative. The project is intended to increase treatment opportunities for patients, as well as enable mothers and their children to learn and grow with each other in positive ways. T h e F a l l b r o o k Vi l l a g e Association received $2,000 to help fund the Town Center Revitalization Committee, a new group that collaborates with nonprofit organizations and businesses. The funding will be utilized for newsletter production, media reports, website upgrades and other community outreach projects. Live Oak Park Coalition was awarded $2,000 towards a new shade structure and rubber mats for the park’s playground. The

Lorrie Valeron, a member of the philanthropy committee of the Angel Society of Fallbrook, presents a check for $7,000 to Mike Peters, executive director and preserve manager of the Fallbrook Land Conservancy. The funds will go towards construction of a new patio arbor at the FLC’s Palomares House. Courtesy photo entertainment, food, lake races, children’s games and a fireworks show. The FUHS boys’ volleyball team also received $500 for new uniforms. In other business, the board approved an additional college scholarship, for a total of six scholarships valued at $3,000 each, to be awarded in June.

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mats would replace the current wood chips to help lower operating costs and make the area safer for children. The partial shade structure will be placed over the east side of the playground area to shade against the hot summer sun. The Fallbrook Beautification Alliance received $1,000 in support. The group maintains Jackie Heyneman Park, the downtown flower pots, Mission Road medians, the banks and stream bed along Pico Path, the military welcome home monument

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Education Potter Junior High Boys & Girls Club prevents School’s Positive “Summer Brain Drain” Behavioral Incentives

and Supports improve school climate Allen Teng Assistant Principal Potter Jr. High School Special to the Village News

Boys & Girls Club members can read free books this summer in the Learning, It’s Summer’s Adventure program. FALLBROOK – While many lucky out-of-school youth will look forward this summer to exciting camps or trips to Sea World, many more will find themselves with few structured activities, parents who are working all day – and too much time to get into trouble. The Boys & Girls Clubs of North County are offering young people a safe, positive place to spend the summer

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months while also fighting the effects of “Summer Brain Drain.” Along with the summer programs that begin in June, the club is excited to announce its newest program. The LISA (Learning, It’s Summer’s Adventure) program will provide free books to club members. Kids will be given the opportunity to keep their free books or trade them in for

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On Friday, May 23, Potter Junior High School held its Positive Behavioral Incentive and Support (PBIS) program finale including an end of trimester reward party and Potter PRIDE Time. Through the first two trimesters of the year, Potter, the only comprehensive junior high school in the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District has experienced a 54 percent decline in suspensions, a 38 percent decline in afterschool detentions, a 46 percent decline in lunch detentions, and a 21 percent reduction in the total number of discipline referrals. With the district sponsored training in restorative justice and PBIS, this year will continue a trend where suspensions have been progressively reduced with a 27 percent reduction from 2010-2011 to 2011-2012 and a 32 percent reduction from 2011-2012 to 2012-2013. This success is in keeping with state (AB1729) and federal efforts (National Guidelines on School Discipline) to reduce the number of school suspensions, especially when they have disproportionate impact on minority students. Potter attributes this success to the explicit teaching and practicing of behavior expectations, monitoring and adjusting the behavioral program based on data, an emphasis on the educational component of behavior intervention, and the creation of greater incentives for positive behavior. On May 23, two of the PBIS programs culminated with PRIDE Time and the reward party. During PRIDE Time, teachers engaged students in alternative learning

opportunities, not necessarily related to their typical academic content as a reward for students who exhibit good behavior and maintained positive academic performance. Classes scheduled included yoga, Zumba, photography, button-making, stage combat, and technology. For the rewards party, students who have exhibited exemplary student achievement were treated to popcorn and prizes: students are typically eligible based on either perfect attendance without tardies, outstanding behavioral grades or a high grade point average. This year, Potter has increased the amount of time devoted to teaching character and behavior by increasing the number of assemblies focusing on character and specific procedures for how students navigate campus. Knowing at the middle school age that students are still learning what is expected of them, Potter made a specific effort to walk them through their first day, their first week and first month to ensure success. For at-risk students, counseling and administration have created a summer bridge program to ease their transition into the secondary setting and get off to a good start. Working with a grant funded by the Panda Cares Foundation, Potter has also utilized its daily broadcast and advisory/homeroom classes to teach students the “Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens.” Lessons in advisory classes help teach the seven habits that are reinforced through the daily broadcasts and videos created by the broadcasting and leadership classes as well as the students on the school’s Safe School Committee. Potter has also increased the educational aspect of behavior intervention. Instead of focusing just on the consequence, Potter has made an effort to give infractionspecific counseling by prioritizing both increased in-school resources and partnerships with outside agencies. This year, Potter has developed community partnerships with education provided by North County Lifeline, the Burn Institute, and the San Diego Sheriff ’s Department “Champions Camp.” A final aspect of the Potter PBIS program is giving students greater input in the decisions that the school makes. Each trimester this year, Potter has held a student forum that is a focus group composed of administrators, counselors, teachers, and students. Students provide input based on their experiences in classes and around campus and help provide guidance on motivation systems, scheduling, and potential extra curricular activities. Born out of student ideas expressed during student forums, the Potter PRIDE Card program, which rewards students for leadership and collaboration, hosted over 100 lunchtime pizza parties and gave away over 300 ice cream and cookie rewards this year. Other student incentives and student input opportunities have included drawings for rides to classes on custodian vehicles, drawings for free frozen yogurt provided by a community partner, and a lunchtime music genre voting system based on trash placed in garbage cans. With additional training from the Franklin Covey organization set for the following year, Potter will further its efforts to empower student leaders to take ownership of the school and model the habits of highly effective people.

Purtle graduates from Bethany College LINDSBORG, KANS. – On May 18, Bethany College presented Raymond E. Purtle of Fallbrook with a bachelor of arts degree in elementary education teaching, with cum laude honors.

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Angels are ‘proud as peacocks’ at 36th annual luncheon meeting FALLBROOK – “Proud as peacocks” was the theme of the 36th annual luncheon meeting of the Angel Society of Fallbrook held on May 23 at Pala Mesa Resort. The luncheon was attended by some 200 members of the philanthropic organization and also featured a fashion show, silent auction and raffle, with sales of jewelry, linens, designer clothing and other “treasures.” President Kathryn Kopitzke also presented a special “Volunteer of 2014” award to Elizabeth Glover, who has been a member of the organization since 2002. Glover, who has also recruited several other volunteers over the years, is known for her philanthropic efforts among the homeless in Fallbrook and Escondido. In her message to members, Kopitzke noted several highlights over the past year, including an increase in monetary support for many community projects for schools, youth activities, adult needs, music and the arts, and high school scholarships. The board recently voted to increase the number of college scholarships to be awarded this June. Six seniors will each receive $3,000 scholarships for a total of $18,000. In an effort to reduce waste and increase support for the needy, the Angel Society has also partnered with the San Diego Rescue Mission, which collects such items as old, unusable appliances, recyclable plastics, overstocked and out-of-season clothing. The Rescue Mission then transports these surplus items to their facilities in San Diego, which provides funds for housing, meals, education, work training and more for the needy. “So very little goes into our dumpster and nothing is really wasted,” said Kopitzke, who said the group is especially grateful for donations from the community. “Our back room is a continuing hum of activity in keeping the upstairs and downstairs shelves and hangers filled with up-to-date merchandise. We are proud to be a valuable resource center.” Lila Sandschulte, second vice president of philanthropy, also reported that charitable giving over the last fiscal year totaled $131,450, “the largest amount we’ve ever recorded [in one year],” Sandschulte said. “We appreciate those of you who have volunteered so many hours at the shop. You should be proud of the amount we were able to give.” Total charitable giving from the society’s inception in June 1978 through April 2014 is $3,184,019.

Liz Glover, left, is presented the “Volunteer of 2014” award by Angel Society president Kathryn Kopitzke. In addition, the Angels contributed recycled goods valued at $114,803 to more than 14 different organizations including Emanuel Faith Church, Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary, Interfaith Community Services, Lions Club (582 pairs of eyeglasses for redistribution); North County Solutions for Change (650 books plus miscellany); San Diego Rescue Mission (2,829 bags of clothing, 1556 boxes of housewares, nine bins of cardboard, plus furniture, electronics and miscellany); USMC (30 boxes of books for MCRD library); USMC (10 bags of toys, 52 gowns, accessories, uniforms); Women’s Resource Center (18 boxes toiletries); and other items to the Boys & Girls Club, Rally for Children, Senior Care, Arts in the Park, local churches and schools, and more. Alex Wilson, treasurer, also reported that the Angels refinanced their building and were able to reduce their mortgage by more $53,000 during its last fiscal year

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from May 1, 2013 through April 30, 2014. The organization raises funds through the operation of The Angel Shop, a two-story building on Main in downtown Fallbrook. “It’s not going to be very long before the Angels own their own building,” Wilson said.

Courtesy photo Members of Girl Scout Troop 4042 pose with some of the pet food, toys, litter and cleaning supplies that they collected for the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary; they are Jenna, Grace, Evelyn, Veronica, Anneka, and Kaitlyn. Not pictured: Dara. This Care for Critters project, conducted throughout April, earned the troop their bronze award.

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takes fourth national title Alexi Eich soars in the lineout to win the ball for Fallbrook during the High School Girls National Championship match on May 18.

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ITTSFIELD, MASS. – On Sunday, May 18, the Fallbrook Girls Rugby U18 team won its fourth national title in the High School Girls National Championship. Fallbrook, which had achieved the number one seed position after previous wins, played the number three seed, the Amazons of Sacramento, Calif. in the final match. According to Fallbrook team affiliate Cindy Greer, “It appeared to be a classic bout of strength versus speed. The Amazons showed their strength early, but Fallbrook had plenty of strength and ample speed, leading to a 27-17 win for their fourth straight Division I crown.” “We know they’re bigger and stronger,” Fallbrook coach Craig Pinnell said. “But we’re faster, so if we can play a pressure game in the beginning, we can tire them out. That’s the way we want to play those big teams.” Fallbrook gave up size to the Amazons, and the team from Sacramento looked to impose its will early. After a penalty kick from Alex Beckett put the Warriors up 3-0 early in the first half, the Amazons marched down the field, powering in a try from the right side after a quick pass out of a ruck. The missed conversion left the score at 5-3. Sacramento showed some speed in the first half as well, scoring a long try after winning a Fallbrook lineout and a player sprinted untouched down the middle of the field. The Amazons made their kick after the try, taking a 12-3 lead. From that point on however, Fallbrook started to move the ball on Sacramento. Casey Karl powered in a try late in the first half, cutting the Amazons’ lead 12-8 at halftime. Despite trailing and playing in a physical match, Pinnell said, he

felt his team had Sacramento on the ropes. “We’re a fit team, so as far as the tiredness, that did not affect us,” he said. “We knew if we could move them around the field, that we could win it in the end because we’re fitter and we can move faster.” Fatigue started to set in for Sacramento in the second half, allowing Fallbrook to show off its speed. Karl punched in her second try of the day, muscling in deep in the right corner and giving Fallbrook its first lead of the day at 13-12. Karl showed some strength with her second try and from then on it was all about speed for Fallbrook. Lilly Durbin broke off a long run, breaking away down the left side and scoring a try. MacKenzie Miller’s conversion put Fallbrook up 20-12. Richelle Stephens dealt the knockout blow when she took a pitch from her teammate running left, splitting through the middle of Sacramento’s defense and scoring a try. Lilly Durbin’s kick put Fallbrook up 27-12. Sacramento scored with about three minutes left, but the Amazons could not complete the comeback. After the match, the Warriors gathered to sing Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” in celebration. For Pinnell, their belief can now become relief, as this year’s national championship journey is complete. “Tiredness did not affect us, but more it was about [handling] the emotions of the final,” he said. “Every year it gets more intense, more difficult, and with more pressure. Everybody wants to take you down.” The team, which had been in practice since October, traveled back east for national playoffs on May 15.

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Fallbrook U18 team members wear their medals for winning the High School Girls National Championship for the fourth year in a row, in Pittsfield, Mass. [inset]The National Championship trophy won by the Fallbrook Girls U18 team in Pittsfield, Mass.

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Sports Win over Coronado gives Division 3 lacrosse club 6-0 start Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The leadership of the Fallbrook Warrior Lacrosse Club believes that the eventual way for Fallbrook to become competitive with other lacrosse programs is to start at early levels. The success this year of Fallbrook’s Division 3 team is helping to accomplish that goal. Coronado is a perennial lacrosse power, but when the Coronado team traveled to Fallbrook for an April 12 match the Warriors captured a 10-2 victory. “It was a close game initially. They were actually the first team to score on us first,” said Fallbrook coach Don McCormies. “They came out and got two goals on us right away,” McCormies said. “We’ve never played from behind.” The Warriors showed their comeback ability, taking a 3-2 lead by the end of the first period before also accounting for the remainder of the scoring. The win gave Fallbrook a 6-0 record and made the Warriors one of three teams sharing first place in the San Diego County Lacrosse Association standings. “We’ve had a run so far,” McCormies said. “I think this is probably the best start we’ve had in years.” The local association has 40 Division 3 teams. “We’re competing very well right now within our division,” McCormies said. “Lacrosse has really kind of blown up in Southern California,” McCormies said. “It’s really gained a lot of popularity over the last couple of years.” Fallbrook’s season opened March 9 with a 16-1 win at Valley Center. The Warriors’ first home match of the season March 15 ended as an 8-1 victory over Point Loma. A March 22 trip to San Marcos produced an 11-4 score in Fallbrook’s favor, and the March 29 game at Rancho Bernardo was a 10-4 Warrior triumph. The Warriors returned home for an April 8 match

Warrior Lacrosse Club Division 3 player Caden McCormies flies into action against Rancho Bernardo on March 29 as the local team goes on to a 10-4 victory.

Dru Calloway of the Warrior Lacrosse Club Division 3 team lends his support to the team’s 10-4 win March 29 over Rancho Bernardo.

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we’re trying to do,” McCormies said. “The wins will come.” McCormies grew up in Palm Springs and played high school baseball. His involvement in lacrosse began last year when his son joined the Division 3 team. “I was really just more of an excited dad,” he said. McCormies also took photos for the team. “I just kind of got to watch through the lens of the camera,” he said. Frank Rotunda coached last year’s team. “Being around him was a lot of fun,” McCormies said. Rotunda retired after last season, as did Division 1 coach Chaz Mudie. “They both kind of left big shoes to fill and a big void in the program,” McCormies said. “There was really no one else to coach.” McCormies had experience coaching Pop Warner Football; in 2013 he was an assistant coach for the Junior Midget team whose head coach was J.C. Calloway. McCormies agreed to become a lacrosse coach. “The first thing I did was call J.C.,” he said. Calloway was willing to join the lacrosse coaching staff. Juan Chesus has a son on the lacrosse team. Chesus and another son, Ty, also offered to help coach. “They’ve been a phenomenal asset to the overall program,” McCormies said. “They have such great lacrosse knowledge.” The presence of McCormies and Calloway led to participation in the lacrosse program by youth football players. “It kind of helps the growth of lacrosse by being able to tap into the football kids,” McCormies said. “Any time you have more kids you have more talent.” The similarities between football and lacrosse enhanced the ability of the players to master lacrosse skills. “Lacrosse is a physical sport and so is football,” McCormies said. “Because of athleticism we’re able to compete at a high level.” Football and lacrosse both also involve footwork, and conditioning is important for both. “We’ve been able to take advantage of that synergy between the two programs,” McCormies said. The attraction of additional football players gives the team depth while the return of core players gives the players experience with each other. “The boys have kind of played together for two years now,” McCormies said. “We have a really good group of kids and parents,” McCormies said. “I think I’m very blessed to be put in this position.”

against Oceanside and were on the favorable end of the 12-2 final score. “We’re happy that we’re winning,” McCormies said. “We don’t preach winning. We’re not a win-at-all-costs program,” McCormies said. “We’re here to build character and we’re here to build young men and teach them values and life lessons.” The team is actually co-ed and has one girl along with 18 boys. The Fallbrook club has 16 actual players who are in fifth and sixth grades. Third-grade and fourthgrade students who practice and work out with the team enhance the

total roster to 19 players. “We’re really about helping the kids grow,” McCormies said. “It’s about teaching passion and teaching responsibility, dedication.” Skill development derives from such an mentality. “It’s all about an attitude. It’s all about a state of mind,” McCormies said. “It’s a mindset,” McCormies said. “We’re plugged in. We’re all in.” Such a mentality should also assist the players in other endeavors, but the lacrosse team is also a beneficiary. “That’s what’s helping to propel us because we have a mission, we have a vision of what

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Warrior baseball beats El Camino, 3-2

Fallbrook’s Cedric Brown gets a base hit against El Camino on May 13, helping the Warriors to a 3-2 victory.

Warrior James Thomas shuts down a total of six El Camino batters in the seven innings he pitched for Fallbrook’s 3-2 victory on May 13.

Fallbrook Warrior teammates meet Connor Stotz at home plate after his solo homerun in the sixth inning against El Camino High on May 13.

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“Divided” Division 1 team good for Fallbrook’s lacrosse program Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The Fallbrook Warrior Lacrosse Club is not divided at the Division 1 level due to lack of teamwork or unity but rather because participation numbers merited a split squad with two teams playing competitive matches. The existence of both an “A” team consisting primarily of experienced players and a “B” team with mostly rookies resulted in a 1-6 record for the “A” squad and a 1-3 mark in “B” games after the teams’April 12 matches against their Coronado counterparts, but the two-team arrangement also gives more Fallbrook players competitive experience. “Our team’s been doing okay. Our record doesn’t show it,” said coach Mike Zinniger. Z i n n i g e r ’s f o c u s i s o n improvement from the start of pre-season practice. “I honestly am not disappointed with the record,” he said. Fallbrook’s Division 1 teams consist of seventh-grade and eighth-grade students. Fallbrook also has a Division 3 team with fifth-grade and sixth-grade players. “That’s a first in our program to have three teams,” Zinniger said. “We just hope to keep it growing.” The three programs are mostly co-ed teams. “It would be great to get a girls junior high school program like they do in field hockey,” Zinniger said. In his capacity as the father of Fallbrook High School field hockey and lacrosse player Gaby Zinniger, Mike Zinniger was familiar with the field hockey feeder program prior to his involvement in Fallbrook lacrosse. Fallbrook High School is fielding a girls lacrosse team for the first time since the 2009-10 season, and the presence of a high school girls team means that Zinniger’s daughter is now on that squad. Gaby Zinniger was a freshman in 2012 when she was on the boys junior varsity team, and in 2013 she split time between the boys junior varsity and the boys varsity squads. Gaby Zinniger didn’t play lacrosse until ninth grade, when she and a female friend tried the sport. Due to the absence of a high school girls team, the two girls

joined the boys squad. “They hung with the boys,” Mike Zinniger said. The Fallbrook boys were happy to have quality teammates and not at all concerned about playing with girls. “They accepted them,” Mike Zinniger said of the male Fallbrook players. Mike Zinniger also has a son who is a ninth-grader at Fallbrook High School and on the Warriors’ junior varsity team and a son who is in seventh grade. His older son started playing lacrosse last year as an eighth-grader and his younger son made his lacrosse debut this year. The Zinniger family moved from Oceanside to Fallbrook in 2001. Zinniger, a 1984 El Camino High School graduate, played football and baseball during his own high school athletic career. “Never heard of lacrosse,” he said. “I kind of got a late start playing lacrosse.” Zinniger attended Chico State University and was on the lacrosse club there. “That was 25 years ago,” he said. He was inactive in the sport until his daughter took up lacrosse. “I’ve always loved the game,” Zinniger said. “When Gaby said she wanted to play I kind of got my interest back into it.” In 2013, Mike Zinniger was an assistant coach for Frank Rotunda’s Division 1 team which included his older son. Zinniger took over as the Division 1 head coach after Rotunda retired. “He’ll still always be involved somehow,” Zinniger said. This year’s Division 1 team consists of 29 players, all boys. There is no set amount of players on the “A” team or “B” team. “We just kind of mix and match according to people’s schedules,” Zinniger said. The “A” team’s April 12 match was a 12-5 loss against Coronado, whose five previous games during the season included 48 goals scored and only four goals allowed. “We hung with them,” Zinniger said. “They hadn’t allowed more than two goals per game.” The “B” squad defeated Coronado by a 9-7 margin. “Our record’s not good, but I feel we’re really building a quality program,” Zinniger said. “It’s not disappointing because

we’re playing a more competitive schedule and we’re not getting blown out of games like we did last year.” The youth feeder programs work with the Fallbrook High School teams. Last year Fallbrook High School’s boys lacrosse team reached the CIF playoffs for the first time in the program’s history. “We hope to take it all the way to juniors, seniors in high school,” Zinniger said. “It’s not so much the wins,” Zinniger said. “Just to see them grow like that, that’s what I’m in it for.” To comment on this story online, visit

Fallbrook’s Alex Strizak hits a double during the Warriors’ win over El Camino High on May 13.


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FALLBROOK – The Girls Under 8 Fallbrook Villa Soccer team took first place at the Beach Soccer Championships in Oceanside on May 17 and 18. The format for the tournament was 5 vs. 5 (each team with a goal keeper) and they played three, eleven-minute periods. On Saturday, May 17, the girls beat the Encinitas Express 4-1 and lost to the Oceanside Breakers 3-5. Sunday afternoon, May 18,

the team returned to beat Spartans FC 7-1, earning a rematch with the Breakers. Fallbrook saved their best performance for last by winning the championship match 3-0, a rare beach soccer shutout. The team is just getting started and still holding tryouts for interested players with a passion for competitive soccer. Led by head coach Sergio Garcia, team members Alexis

Best, Anay Garcia, Kate Hayek, Claire Nordeen, Brooke Quintana, Jordan Rodriguez, Karen Ruiz, Alexa Van Eik, Elizabeth Villagran and Audrey Wilson battled the hot sand to bring the championship to Fallbrook. Anay Garcia was the top goal scorer, supported by excellent defense and goalkeeping throughout the tournament.

Warrior boys win distance medley relay at Jaguar Invitational Emily Larson wins girls hurdles heat Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The combination of a relatively young team and a tough league resulted in Fallbrook High School’s track and field teams losing their first two Avocado West League dual meets after posting 2-1 records in pre-league competition, but the Jaguar Invitational meet April 19 at Valley Center High School showed the ability of the Warrior athletes to be competitive with some of the county’s top runners and field event participants. “We had a great day,” said head coach Marco Arias. Fallbrook won the boys distance medley relay, finishing the race in 11:04.53. Sam Comerford led off with the 1,200-meter segment; Ernest Hughes held the baton for 400 meters; Alex Contreras was Fallbrook’s 800-meter runner; and Rene Hernandez ran the 1,600-meter anchor portion. “They set themselves up,” Arias said. The Warriors were third after Comerford’s leg and fifth before Hernandez took the baton. “We were fairly well back,” Arias said. Arias estimated that Hernandez began his portion 75 to 100 meters behind the leader. “He was able to bring that back,” Arias said. Hernandez won by approximately 75 meters. “It was an amazing race,” Arias said. El Camino had the second-place time of 11:11.18. Fallbrook’s girls distance medley team had a fourth-place finish; the time of 13:30.28 was achieved by Rosanne Lopez running the 1,200-meter portion, Sarah Grantham covering the 400-meter lap, Sarah Girgis holding the baton for 800 meters, and Andrea Vela representing the Warriors for the 1,600-meter anchor segment. “The one that kind of set the world on fire at the Jaguar Invitational was Emily Larson,” Arias said. Grantham was in a faster heat in the 100-meter hurdles and had a time of 17.46 seconds, which placed her seventh. Larson, a freshman, won a slower heat with a time of 17.61 seconds and placed ninth overall. “That was probably the surprise of the day,” Arias said. “She outclassed all the other runners.” Larson’s March 20 JV hurdles race took her 20.54 seconds. She raced on the varsity March 27 and finished third with a time of 19.60 seconds. She then spent the next two dual meets on the junior varsity, winning her April 10 race in 18.87 seconds and also winning that day’s 300-meter hurdles race with a time of 57.91 seconds. “She’s improved leaps and bounds,” Arias said. “Right now she’s our number two hurdler.”

Hayden Haldi was second in the boys long jump at 21 feet 4 3/4 inches and sixth in the discus throw at 141 feet 9 inches. “He had a pretty good day,” Arias said. Mike Sikes, a first-year sophomore, cleared 6’8” to place second overall in the boys high jump. In the individual 1,600-meter race, Hernandez posted a sixth-place time of 4:38. Oscar Ruvalcaba, a sophomore, finished 10th overall in the boys 400-meter race with a time of 53.13 seconds but placed high enough in his heat to receive a medal. “They’re going to continue getting better and better,” Arias said. Fallbrook hosted Westview on March 13 to open the Warriors’ dual meet season. “We beat Westview, which is a pleasant surprise,” Arias said. Both Fallbrook’s boys and the Warrior girls defeated the Wolverines. The Warriors’ March 20 home dual meet against Escondido was a Cougars victory for both the boys and girls. Fallbrook’s boys and girls both won March 27 at Orange Glen. “We matched up better with those teams,” Arias said of the preleague meets. “I actually expected that we were in a tough league.” Both Fallbrook squads lost April 3 at home against Vista and April 10 at Rancho Buena Vista, although Arias has focused on personal achievements rather than team results. “We’ve had a lot of personal records that have come about,” he said. Hernandez and Trevino Cordova were leading Fallbrook’s boys in points before Cordova pulled a hamstring. “We were very, very competitive until Trevino got injured,” Arias said. Arias believes that Cordova’s injury likely made the difference in the results against Escondido and Rancho Buena Vista. “I think we’d win those two with Trevino being healthy,” Arias said. Cordova’s 12th-place finish in the 100-meter dash at the Jaguar Invitational reflected his injury. “He tried coming back for the Jaguar, but he’s lost some conditioning,” Arias said. Cordova was scratched out of the 200-meter dash at the Jaguar Invitational. Grantham has led Fallbrook’s girls in success during 2014. “Sarah Grantham is just having a phenomenal season. Pretty much everywhere we put her as far as field or track, she’s excelled,” Arias said. Haldi has been the Warriors’ top boys field athlete this year. “He’s improved his discus just about every single meet,” Arias said. Haldi’s 141’9” discus throw at the Jaguar Invitational was a personal record by more than eight feet. He participates in sprints and relay races as well as the long jump

and discus. Haldi, Grantham, Hernandez, and Cordova are all seniors as are Contreras, Lopez, and Girgis, but Arias sees the younger athletes contributing to the Warriors’ future. “It’s pretty bright,” he said. “We’re not going to be completely empty once these guys go.” Boys distance runner Chris Larson is not related to Emily Larson, but Chris Larson is also a freshman. Comerford and Hughes are sophomores, and distance runner Elijah Roque is a junior. Freshman Jack Grantham is showing signs of his sister’s hurdles skill, and he also participates in the long jump and triple jump. Hurdler and relay runner John Pease is a junior. Sprinter DeQuincy Roberson is a sophomore. In addition to Emily Larson, the top girls freshmen include distance runner Ariana Buchholz and thrower Annie Curran. Key girls sophomores include Vela and discus thrower Tatiana Arias, who also runs hurdles races. “They’re just young and they need a little more experience,” Marco Arias said. “It’s pretty exciting,” Arias said. “It’s been a challenging season, but it’s been worth it.” Arias coaches the Warrior throwers and distance runners as well as handling head coach duties. Jim Curran is Fallbrook’s pole vault coach, John Kroeger assists with the jumps, and Miguel Trejo coaches the sprinters. “I’m extremely proud of every single one of them because of the dedication they give to the program,” Arias said. To comment on this story online, visit

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Entertainment Pala announces free entertainment in June PALA – Pala Casino Spa & Resort will continue its free events series in June featuring the 60+ Club at 1 p.m. on Tuesdays and tribute concerts at 8 p.m. on Saturdays in the Infinity Showroom. The tribute concert schedule will include: June 14, Mick Adams and the Stones, a tribute to the Rolling Stones, and June 21, Turn the Page, a tribute to Bob Seeger. The complete June schedule is:

• 1 p.m., Tuesday, June 3, 60+ Club, Neil Morrow, a tribute to Roy Orbison • 1 p.m., Tuesday, June 10, 60+ Club, Chris Nolan as Nat King Cole • 8 p.m., Saturday, June 14, Mick Adams and the Stones, a tribute to the Rolling Stones, followed by Club Infinity • 1 p.m., Tuesday, June 17, 60+ Club, James “King” Kruk, a tribute to Elvis

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Women’s group to present “The Autobiography of Mary Magdalene” FALLBROOK – On Saturday, June 7, the Women’s Group of The Stream, a local healing arts group, will present a free performance of The Autobiography of Mary Magdalene. This event is designed to be remarkable, dramatic, and healing. It is open to the public, but seating may be limited.

Participants will be guided through an experiential production for an in-depth exploration of feelings, thoughts, and reactions to the performance. Published in 1989, The Autobiography of Mary Magdalene offers an original vision of this iconic woman. This production

presents a very different Mary Magdalene—a woman whose vision cuts uncompromisingly through deception, vanity, and myth. The event is offered free of charge. To register for the event, or ask questions, call Lynn Hillix at (619) 889-9626.

Auditions announced for “The Melody Lingers On” FA L L B R O O K – C u r t a i n Call Company will be holding auditions for “The Melody Lingers On – The Life and Music of Irving Berlin” on June 9, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Christ the King Lutheran Church, 1620 S. Stage Coach Lane. The show will be performed the last two weekends of July at the Sun Center, 131 W. Beech St., Fallbrook. “The Melody Lingers On” is a musical revue of the music of Irving Berlin, one of America’s

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foremost composers. Singers and dancers ages 8 and up are needed. “We would really like to build our stable of actors in the junior high, high school, and junior collage age ranges,” said producer Mary Fry. Marianne Hughes, a Fallbrook High alumnus, will serve as vocal director. The CAST summer programs at the Mission Theatre do not conflict with rehearsals for “The Melody Lingers On,” except for the performances of

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Robert Michael “Mike” Downing passed away on May 17. He was born on May 12, 1946 in Hammond, Ind. to Robert and Eris Downing. The family moved to California where he spent his youth in Burbank and in North Shore on the Salton Sea. His early adult years were spent in and around Indio, Calif. and he spent the last 25 years as a resident of Fallbrook. He worked most of this life as a meat cutter in various grocery stores including A&D Market in

Coachella and Major Market in Fallbrook, from which he retired at 65. He was the father of three, a proud Marine, and a Vietnam veteran. In his youth, Mike loved to water ski and spent summer vacations with his family at the Colorado River. He was also an avid fisherman spending his time chasing dorado and tuna in Mulegé in Baja California, Mexico. He loved wingshooting and shotgun sports. He was a former vice president of the Temecula Valley Gun Club, a member of the National Rifle Association, and a member of the GTO Association of America. Mike passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, on Saturday May 17, 2014 from complications of cancer. He is survived by his three children, Troy, Robert, and Amanda; two sisters, a brother, two step-sisters; and nine grandchildren. A private memorial is scheduled on Saturday, May 31. Please contact the family for information.

Orlando (Orli) Cilani passed away on April 27, 2014. He was born on March 18, 1930 in Solvay, NY. Survived by his wife of 53 years, Filomena (Phyllis) Cilani, the love of his life; two brothers, Joseph of Solvay, NY, and Salvadore of Phoenix, Ariz., all three brothers were born on the same day three years apart; one sister, Margaret Wells of Solvay, NY. He was preceded in death by his parents Joseph and Angelina Cilani; sister Elizabeth Maistri; half-brothers, Custanza Cilani, Anthony Gillani, Dominick Celletti, and half-sister Mary Vona,

all of Solvay, NY. Orlando served in the United States Navy during the Korean Conflict. He was stationed in the Mediterranean on the Destroyer USS Goodrich. Orlando retired from American Airlines after 35 years of dedicated service of which seven years were with Sky Chefs, the catering subsidiary of American. During his tenure with American Airlines, he served in Syracuse, NY; Chicago, Ill.; Los Angeles, and San Diego, Calif., in various management positions. Following retirement, Orli was enlisted by American Airlines to be manager of special services at San Diego’s Lindbergh Field where for 10 years Orli made every passenger he came in contact with feel like very important customers. In this position, he made many friends and gained American Airlines many loyal customers. He will always be remembered for his giving spirit. Interment will be at Miramar National Cemetery with graveside honors services on June 13 at 11:30 a.m. The family has requested, in lieu of flowers, you make a donation to Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego.

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1300 block S. Mission Rd.

Arrest (Juvenile): Failure to obey order of juvenile court

May 13 1000 block Old Stage Rd.

Battery: spouse/ex-spouse/date/etc.

May 14 300 block E. Alvarado St.

Threaten crime with intent to terrorize

May 15 1400 block S. Mission Rd.

Vandalism: $400 or more damage

500 block Ammunition Rd.

Burglary (residential)

300 block E. Alvarado St.

Found narcotic, narcotic seizure

May 16

40200 block Calle Roxanne Forgery – false checks/records/certificates 800 block Old Stage Rd.

Arrest: Felony bench warrant

300 block E. View St.

Get credit/etc., other’s ID

1900 block E. Mission Rd.

Vandalism: $400 or more damage

200 block W. Clemmens Ln. Petty theft (from vehicle) May 22 600 block S. Main Ave.

Arrest: Possess narcotic substance, use/under influence of controlled substance, obstruct/ resist peace officer/EMT, possess burglary tools

1000 block Arena Circle

Missing juvenile/runaway

40600 block Via De La Roca

Personate to get money/property, over $400 Courtesy reports

300 block E. Alvarado St.

Threaten crime with intent to terrorize

1200 block Ohio Ave.

300 block S. Main Ave.


May 23

300 block S. Main Ave.

Arrest: Drunk in public

300 block E. Alvarado St.

5150/Mental disorder

300 block E. Elder St.

Petty theft from vehicle

Winter Haven Rd. @ Brooke Rd.

Arrest: possess controlled substance, evade peace officer with wanton disregard for safety, obstruct/resist peace officer/EMT, driving under influence of alcohol/drugs

May 17 1700 block Calmin Dr.

Burglary (commercial)

900 block E. Mission Rd.

Arrest: Use/under influence of controlled substance

400 block E. Fallbrook St.

Petty theft

S. Old Hwy 395 @ Dulin Rd. (#1)

Arrest: Sell, furnish marijuana/hashish; possess concentrated cannabis; conspiracy to commit crime

2300 block Via Rancheros

Grand theft: money/labor/property

2400 block Stage Coach Ln. Arrest (Juvenile): Possess weapon at school

S. Old Hwy 395 @ Dulin Rd.(#2)

Arrest: Sell, furnish marijuana/hashish; possess concentrated cannabis; conspiracy to commit crime

500 block Ammunition Rd.

Petty theft

May 18

3000 block Old Post Rd.

Burglary (commercial)

40600 block Via De La Roca Personate to get money/property worth more than $400 2400 block S. Stage Coach Arrest (Juvenile): minor possessing marijuana Ln. on grounds during school 900 block E. Mission Rd.

Arrest: Vandalism: $400 or less damage, drunk in public

300 block E. Alvarado St.

Courtesy reports

May 19

1800 block Fox Bridge Ct.

Domestic violence

600 block Elbrook Dr.

Domestic violence incident

May 24

5600 block Lake Vista Dr.

Arrest: Spousal/cohabitant abuse with minor injury

1000 block E. Mission Rd.

Arrest: Drunk in public

1400 block Farrand Rd.

Elder abuse


800 block E. Alvarado St.

Vandalism: $400 or less damage

300 block E. Mission Rd.

Vandalism: $400 or more damage

3500 block Vista Corona

300 block N. Pico Ave.

Spousal/cohabitant abuse with minor injury

W. Fallbrook St. @ Summit Simple battery

5500 block Mission Rd.

Simple battery

1400 block E. Fallbrook St. Arrest: Possess controlled substance

4300 block S. Mission Rd.

5150/Mental disorder

200 block E. Dougherty St. Kidnapping, burglary (residential), simple battery

600 block E. Elder St.

Arrest: Possess controlled substance, use/ under influence of controlled substance

7300 block W. Lilac Rd.

May 25

5150/Mental disorder

38000 block Sandia Creek Arrest: Transport/etc. controlled substance, Dr. possess controlled substance, possess unlawful paraphernalia 5600 block Lake Vista Dr.

Vandalism: $400 or more damage

May 20 100 block S. Main Ave.

Arrest: Drunk in public

1900 block Camino Rainbow

Arrest: Drunk in public

1900 block Camino Rainbow

Battery with serious bodily injury

700 block W. Fallbrook St.

Vandalism: $400 or less damage

100 block S. Vine St.

Burglary (residential)

100 block W. Clemmens Ln. Death

1200 block S. Mission Rd.

Arrest: Drunk in public

1500 block Ammunition Rd. Burglary (residential)

900 block Alturas Rd.

Vandalism: $400 or more

4000 block Valle Del Sol

900 block Alturas Rd.

Burglary (vehicle)

Threaten crime with intent to terrorize, violate court order to prevent domestic violence

Alturas Rd. @ Fallbrook St. Indecent exposure

300 block Alvarado St.

Violate domestic relations court order

1000 block S. Main Ave.

Burglary (commercial)

100 block Brandenburg Ln. Arrest: Spousal/cohabitant abuse with minor injury

300 block E. Alvarado St.

Found narcotic, narcotic seizure

May 26

May 21

4600 block Dulin Rd. (1)

Grand theft: stolen copper materials (>$950)

300 block W. Dougherty St. Recovery of stolen vehicle

4600 block Dulin Rd. (2)

Grand theft: stolen copper materials (>$950)

2400 block S. Stage Coach Miscellaneous incidents Ln.

6800 block W. Lilac Rd.

Contact minor with intent sex

2600 block Daisy Ln.

Simple battery

40800 block De Luz Murrieta Rd.

Burglary (commercial)

4700 block Pala Rd.

Arrest: Attempted murder

300 block Ammunition Rd.

Miscellaneous incidents

1100 block Alturas Rd.

Arrest: Carry concealed dirk or dagger

40800 block De Luz Murrieta Rd.

Arrest: Manufacture controlled substance, possess marijuana for sale, plant/cultivate/etc. marijuana/hashish

W. Hawthorne @ N. Mission Rd.

Arrest: Driving under influence, DUI alcohol .08 percent, driving w/o valid license

800 block Iowa St.

Arrest: Felony other agency’s warrant

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Earl F. Bossaller went to be with the Lord on Sunday, May 18, 2014, after 100 years on this earth. He was a man of deep faith in God and knew he would be in Heaven with his loved ones when he left this earth. He was preceded in death by his wife Roberta; his brothers Herbert, Walter, and Donald; and his sisters Ann and Loraine. He is survived by his sisters Hilda, Marie, Ellie, and Verla; his children Earl, James, Kathie, and John; eight grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Earl was born in Linn, Mo., on April 29, 1914. He was the eldest of 10 children born to Paul and Martha Bossaller. His childhood years were spent on their family farm. As the Depression set in, his parents lost the farm; and Earl joined the CCCs to earn money to send back home to help support his family. During the war, Earl worked at an aircraft assembly plant in the Los Angeles, Calif. area where he met Roberta Everett. They were married on July 18, 1943. After Earl Jr. and James were born, Earl and Roberta moved back to St. Louis, Mo., where Earl and his brother Walter co-managed a Gulf gas station for several years. Kathie and John were born during this time. In 1953, Earl, Roberta

and their four children moved to Lawndale, Calif. For the next 25 years, Earl worked very hard as a machinist, often working 50 hours a week or more. Earl retired in 1978; and he and Roberta moved to Fallbrook, Calif., where he spent the next 28 years enjoying his retirement. After 64 years of marriage, in the summer of 2006, Roberta passed away and Earl moved in with his son and daughter-in-law in Rohnert Park, Calif., where he spent the last eight years of his life. Earl will always be remembered for his unassuming and gentle manner, his happy and thankful disposition, and his devotion to his family. During his life, he was a living example of the importance of faith in God, prayer, thankfulness, humility, financial responsibility, family unity, and never speaking ill of another person. He will be greatly missed by his family and all the many friends he made over the years. Visitation is scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, May 30, at BerryBell & Hall Fallbrook Mortuary. A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 31, at Community Baptist Church in Fallbrook. Interment will follow at Fallbrook Masonic Cemetery.

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Business Pam Eves receives Confidential Staf f Member of the Year award

Celebrating the honor earned by Pam Eves are, top row from left, Justin Cunningham, Karen Cunningham, board president Dick Olson, Diane Lilibridge, Frank English, Eric Kosch, Joe Mendoza, board clerk Rich Smith; bottom row from left, Tess Nunn, Tim Eves, Whitney Eves, Matt Eves, Pam Eves, Greg Eves, Cindy Olson, and Lori Cummins. BONSALL – At the “Honoring Our Own” gala on Friday May 2, at the Sheraton Hotel and Marina, the San Diego County School Boards

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Church buys, operates local cof fee shop FA L L B R O O K – S o n R i s e Christian Fellowship (Presbyterian church) now owns and operates Fallbrook Coffee Co., located at 622 South Mission Road. Authorities from the church said it will be run as a non-profit business, a “coffee shop for the community.” Its function will be similar to some church-owned thrift shops in the area that donate a portion of their proceeds to worthwhile community programs and projects. Serving as interim


general manager of the shop is Andrew Ice, a member of the church’s governing board. “We want to be a presence of hospitality in the community,” said Rev. Jerome Marroquin, longtime senior pastor of the church. “We want it to be a warm, inclusive place run by Christians.” While the shop opened under the new ownership on April 15, a formal grand opening celebration is planned for Sunday, June 29 from 3 to 8 p.m. and will feature performances from two bands.

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-013509—Name of Business M.P. POOL & POND SERVICE 1761 Winterwarm Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1268, Bonsall, CA 92003 This business is registered by the following: Mateo Cristobal Pascual, 1761 Winterwarm Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 3/18/2010 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 14, 2014 LEGAL: 3617 PUBLISHED: May 29, June 5, 12, 19, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-013724—Name of Business CONDOR CREDIT SERVICES 1010 E. Bobier Dr., Space 176, Vista, CA 92084 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Connie I. Wilby, 1010 E. Bobier Dr., Space 176, Vista, CA 92084 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 5/5/14 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 16, 2014 LEGAL: 3619 PUBLISHED: May 29, June 5, 12, 19, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-010966—Name of Business a. OASIS TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS b. BRAINYARD TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS 286 Palm Canyon Drive, Borrego Springs, CA 92004 County: San Diego Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1017, Borrego Springs, CA 92004 This business is registered by the following: Jason Granger, 286 Palm Canyon Drive, Borrego Springs, CA 92004 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON APRIL 17, 2014 LEGAL: 3614 PUBLISHED: May 15, 22, 29, June 5, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-010560—Name of Business TRILOGY COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT 2173 Salk Avenue, Suite 250, Carlsbad, CA 92008 County: San Diego Mailing Address: 2173 Salk Avenue, Suite 250, Carlsbad, CA 92008 This business is registered by the following: Yvette Huffman, 2425 Cranston Dr., #15, Escondido, CA 92025 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON APRIL 14, 2014 LEGAL: 3605 PUBLISHED: May 8, 15, 22, 29, 2014

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case Number: 37-2014-000125807-CU-PTNC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS Petitioner: BARBARA O’CONNELL filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: BARBARA O’CONNELL Proposed Name: BE BE BARNES THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING Date: June 17, 2014 Time: 8:30 a.m. Dept: 26 The address of the court is 325 South Melrose Drive, Vista, CA 92081 A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: Fallbrook/Bonsall Village News Date: Apr 23, 2014 Signed: K. Michael Kirkman, Judge of the Superior Court. LEGAL: 3607 PUBLISHED: May 8, 15, 22, 29, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-013802—Name of Business JUST FOR YOU PURSES BY KATHY EARLE 5777 Camino Del Cielo, Bonsall, CA 92003 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Kathy Earle, 5777 Camino Del Cielo, Bonsall, CA 92003 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 4/15/07 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 19 2014 LEGAL: 3618 PUBLISHED: May 29, June 5, 12, 19, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-012373—Name of Business BLITZ ENTERPRISES 1442 Sweetbriar Cir., Carlsbad, CA 92011 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Oscar Smith, 1442 Sweetbriar Cir., Carlsbad, CA 92011 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 1, 2014 LEGAL: 3616 PUBLISHED: May 22, 29, June 5, 12, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-013390—Name of Business BIG SUR PACKING 38751 De Luz Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Jose Luis Alvarez, 121 Almond St., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 4/1/2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 13 2014 LEGAL: 3620 PUBLISHED: May 29, June 5, 12, 19, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-014350—Name of Business JAVA TIME 1247 S. Mission Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Leslie Camilli, 588 Palomino Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 23 2014 LEGAL: 3621 PUBLISHED: May 29, June 5, 12, 19, 2014

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-013050—Name of Business a. DRIP JUNKIES b. DRIP JUNKIE c. DRIP JUNKIE VAPOR d. DRIP JUNKIE CLOTHING 640 W. Lincoln Ave., #82, Escondido, CA 92026 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Chris T. Wilson, 640 W. Lincoln Ave., #82, Escondido, CA 92026 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 5/8/14 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 8, 2014 LEGAL: 3615 PUBLISHED: May 15, 22, 29, June 5, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-012430—Name of Business MAXIMUM IMPACT PRODUCTIONS 140 Encinitas Blvd, Ste 317, Encinitas, CA 92024 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Maximum Impact Productions, Inc., 140 Encinitas Blvd, Ste 317, Encinitas, CA 92024 This business is conducted by a Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California The first day of business as 10/1/1989 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 2, 2014 LEGAL: 3612 PUBLISHED: May 15, 22, 29, June 5, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-012916—Name of Business a. WEST COAST CONTAINMENT AND CONSTRUCTION b. WCC AND CONSTRUCTION 2618 Pirineos Way, #10, Carlsbad, CA 92009 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: West Coast Containment, Inc., 2618 Pirineos Way, #10, Carlsbad, CA 92009 This business is conducted by a Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 7, 2014 LEGAL: 3613 PUBLISHED: May 15, 22, 29, June 5, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-012055—Name of Business SOFTAIL GARAGE 4733 Meadowbrook Dr., Oceanside, CA 92056 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Jeffrey Alan Hornsby, 4733 Meadowbrook Dr., Oceanside, CA 92056 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 3/1/14 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON APRIL 29, 2014 LEGAL: 3611 PUBLISHED: May 8, 15, 22, 29, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-011359—Name of Business FALLBROOK WINDOW WASHING CO. 1174 Senwood Way, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego Mailing Address: P.O. Box 185, Fallbrook, CA 92088 This business is registered by the following: Eric “Rick” F. Williams, 1174 Senwood Way, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 1/1/1973 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON APRIL 22, 2014 LEGAL: 3606 PUBLISHED: May 8, 15, 22, 29, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-011264—Name of Business BUCKET OF NAILS 3137 S. Mission Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Tani L. Roberts, 1322 E. Fallbrook St., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON APRIL 22, 2014 LEGAL: 3608 PUBLISHED: May 8, 15, 22, 29, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-010170—Name of Business INTO THE WOOD LASER ENGRAVING 1277 Palomino Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: 1. Irene L. Powell 2. Bryan J. Perrin Both residing at: 1277 Palomino Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a Married Couple The first day of business was 4/1/2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON APRIL 10, 2014 LEGAL: 3609 PUBLISHED: May 8, 15, 22, 29, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-012034—Name of Business a. STAY COOL MECHANICAL b. STAY COOL MECHANICAL SERVICES c. STAY COOL SAN DIEGO 5090 Brillo Street, San Diego, CA 92117 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Stay Cool Mechanical Services of San Diego, Inc., 5090 Brillo Street, San Diego, CA 92117 This business is conducted by a Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON APRIL 29, 2014 LEGAL: 3610 PUBLISHED: May 8, 15, 22, 29, 2014

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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case Number: 37-2014-00016601-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS Petitioner: ABDUL LADIPO filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: ABDUL LADIPO Proposed Name: ABDULFATAI LADIPO THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING Date: July 15, 2014 Time: 8:30 a.m. Dept: 26 The address of the court is 325 South Melrose Drive, Vista, CA 92081 A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: Village News Date: May 23, 2014 Signed: K. Michael Kirkman, Judge of the Superior Court. LEGAL: 3622 PUBLISHED: May 29, June 5, 12, 19, 2014


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Rosemary plants thrive in Fallbrook’s mild Mediterranean climate.

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Home & Garden & Real Estate Container gardens can prove fruitful Melinda Myers Special to the Village News Picture yourself harvesting a few fresh strawberries for your cereal in the morning or perhaps picking a few apples from your own backyard tree to cook up into a pie. It is possible, even if you garden on a balcony or small lot. And even if you have plenty of space, you will still appreciate the fun and convenience of reaching out the backdoor and harvesting some homegrown fruit. Strawberries are excellent container plants. Grow everbearing or day neutral varieties, so you will be harvesting strawberries throughout the growing season. Reduce your workload and increase success with a selfwatering hanging basket, or dress things up with a decorative container. The haystack hanging baskets have the beauty of the coco fiber-lined planters, but require half the watering. The AquaSav™ liner is a combination of coir and recycled plastic designed to conserve moisture. This means better results with less watering. But don’t stop there. Add some dwarf fruit trees to your patio plantings. A dwarf apple, peach or pear will provide beautiful spring flowers, nice foliage for the summer and fruit for you to enjoy. Select self-fertile varieties, those that only require one plant to produce fruit, if space is limited. Grow dwarf trees in large weather-proof pots with drainage. Those in cold climates will need to provide some winter protection,

but the first harvest will make that extra bit of work well worth the effort. Try your green thumb at growing lemons, limes and other citrus in a container. The fragrant flowers and glossy green leaves are a beautiful prelude to the tasty fruit. Even cold weather gardeners can put their green thumb to the test by growing a Meyer lemon, Kaffir lime or other citrus in a container. Just move the potted plant indoors for the winter and back outdoors next season once the danger of frost has passed. Don’t forget the blueberries that are high in antioxidants and flavor. These nutritious beauties require moist, well-drained acidic soil. Something most gardeners do not have. This makes growing them in containers, where you control the soil, a good option. Blueberries provide seasonal interest with their nodding white bell-shaped flowers in spring, colorful fruit in summer and yellow, orange or red color in fall. Though only one plant is needed to bear fruit, keep in mind that your harvest will more than double if you grow two. So survey your patio, deck, balcony or garden for space to add a container or two of fruiting plants that are sure to add beauty and flavor to your garden and meals this season.

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Open Houses Sunday June 1st View These Four Homes from 1-4pm nG zi s a amvieW

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1164 knoll Park, fallbrook

Beautiful Don Souther built home with forever views! Floor to ceiling windows in living room plus several Anderson sliders give the home an open feel. Covered patio & deck area with built-in bbq, large pool & spa. 2BR + opt. 3rd, private office, lots of storage, inside laundry & open kit. Det. 3 car garage w/workshop. Offered at $599,000-$669,000




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Architectural beauty will surpass your expectations! 3BR, 2.5BA, 2936 sf. A wall of windows awaken you to the views of the surrounding hills. Soaring ceilings, two sided fireplace, office with separate entrance, enclosed patio. Kitchen and bathrooms have been updated. Solar owned! Offered at $749,000-$849,000

4047 millaGra dr, fallbrook

Gated community of Tecolote Oaks, pristine single story w/tiled flooring, elegant wood detailed fireplace, granite countertops, cooks kit, spa quality master bath & rear trex deck length of the home. Family rm features wall of cherry stained built-in cabinetry & marble faced fireplace. Sited privately on 1.68 acres. Offered at $769,000-$859,000

1126 via esTrellada, fallbrook

Looks like a page out of House Beautiful! 3BR, 2.5BA, 2073sf country home. Newly tiled floors in foyer, family room, kitchen & baths, reclaimed brick fireplace in living room, surround sound speakers in living room and out to pool area. Epoxy floors in the garage. New HVAC and central vac. Offered at $465,000-$535,000

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Equestrian property on 2+ panoramic view acs. Incredible salt water pool & spa. Fully fenced & electronically gated. 4BR, 2BA. 4 stall barn, tack room, wash rack and arena. 2 add’l kennel buildings each w/their own fenced yard.

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3876 Paseo de olivos, fallbrook

Immaculate custom home is located down a private lane with no through traffic. 4BR, 3BA, 2510sf with private pool & spa w/quartzlike flagstone deck and lush lawn. Granite in kitchen and cherry stained alder wood cabs.

Offered at $699,000-$749,000

SOLD! 1655 sanTa marGariTa, fallbrook

Sold for $1,148,000

Offered at $819,000-$899,000

SOLD! 3422 Caballo lane, fallbrook

This is the type of country home and gentle land that everyone is looking for in the Fallbrook lifestyle! Such a welcoming ambience. Beautifully remodeled, inviting covered front porch entry, wood floors.

Offered at $632,000


One of the finest homes in Fallbrook. Built by Bill Kiddoo featuring 18+ foot ceilings, vanishing walls, finished concrete floors and incredible views. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths and 3182 sf.

2441 vern drive, fallbrook

Privately gated 4 acre Italian Villa Estate with pool and panoramic views. 3,035 sf, 3BD, 3BA single story home with gourmet kitchen, spa style ensuite master bath, hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces, vaulted ceilings.

1463 rivervieW dr, fallbrook

Custom home overlooking the Santa Margarita River Valley. High quality architecture. 3BR, 2BA, 3641 sf. Exceptional living spaces. Site includes a well appointed 3 stall barn/ag building and riding arena.

Sold for $745,000

2100 WeePinG WilloW, fallbrook

Rare 3BR, 2BA, 2 car garage w/workshop & carport. This turn of the 1800’s original Fallbrook homestead is totally updated w/new windows, new roof, solar, irrigation well, fireplace, central air, electrical, plumbing, views & more.

Sold for $430,000

SOLD! 648 morro hills rd, fallbrook

One of a kind estate with your own pond and well. Room for horses, workshop or car barn. The home looks like a model home. 4BR, 3BA, light & bright inside with architectural details in every room. Two staircases.

Sold for $768,250

It’s a fantastic time to buy or sell real estate! We have Beautiful Listings!

This Sunday visit our open houses! Whether you’re buying or selling, please give us an opportunity to show you the quality service that Chris and Kim Murphy are known for. We provide outstanding service and stellar results with a smile. We’re here to help you realize your real estate needs and dreams in 2014.

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Coldwell Banker Village Properties help Warriors 8U baseball team Coldwell Banker Village Properties agents Susie Emory and Donna Shanahan present a donation to Dan Allegro, head coach of the Fallbrook Warriors 8U baseball team. The team is preparing to start their 2014 season and Coldwell Banker Village Properties wants them to know they have their support. Pictured back row: Graham Alexander, Susie Emory, Dan Allego, Donna Shanahan, Juan Cervantes; middle row, John Alexander, Aiden Costa, Luke Wilbert, Jace Cervantes; front row, Luke O’Brien, Josh Emory, Tyler Allegro, Evan Thomas, Daniel Subish, and Will Sherman. Courtesy photo

Stunning Mediterranean Estate on over 4 Acres

Coldwell Banker recognizes top agents for April

This secluded single story features a private gate with 300 producing avocado trees, with fruit and citrus as well. Panoramic views. Outdoors is an entertainers dream. Completely landscaped. Beautiful large pool and spa, built in BBQ, Secret garden, a breathtaking fountain that’s simply AMAZING! Handcrafted Iron and wood doors are everywhere. Chefs Kitchen with top of the line appliances and a huge subzero. 4 car garage. Home is immaculate! A must see!

Offered at $1,399,000

Shari Nickelson 760.420.7350

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Vista $799,999

Fabulous single story with panoramic views & mature tropical landscaping. Peace & quiet! 3BD/2.5BA, approx, 3330 sf, 3 car grg w/epoxy floors. Coffered ceilings & lg wood burning fplc. Granite counters & ss applcs. Outdoor BBQ island.

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Entering through the rock columns and private gate, the use of fine materials and master craftsmanship are evident at every turn. Central courtyard, private guest suite, 12 sets of French doors, second garage, and so much more.



Fallbrook $269,000

Fabulous Morro Hills location w/wonderful mountain views. Large building pad is in, slopes planted & irrigation in place. Private drive landscaped with gorgeous trees, entire property fenced! Approved plans included! Zoned for horses.

Fallbrook $569,000

Excellent condition, location and floor plan! 4BR, 3BA single story on half acre. Community park area. Gated community. Master with 2 closets. Great patio and built-in barbecue! Call today!


Escondido $829,000

Truly a display of master craftsmanship and detail! Authentic Adobe Hacienda created by Weir Bros. Construction & adobe blocks were made on site. Spacious rooms, magical views. All on 10 acs which incls an avo grove w/excellent production.




Fallbrook $239,000

Building lot for your custom home! Enjoy views to the west including Sleeping Indian and the ocean beyond. Views to the east to the mountains. Knoll top gentle land. Underground utilities, water meter, natural gas available.

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Stunning view home! One level with views and excellent location! Remodeled kitchen, garage for 6 cars and detached guest suite! Numerous upgrades and thoughtful layout.

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Fallbrook $388,747

Pala Mesa Fairway Villa at its finest! Everything redone! SubZero refrigerator, new high end wood cabinets, new windows and slifers with built in solar screens, luxurious baths redone. You will be amazed!!

Fallbrook $788,747

Sycamore Ranch! Ring the bells and blow the whistles! This one has them all! 3BR & office, 3210sf, pool & spa, putting green and workshop behind 3 car garage, fabulous location! Priced for quick sale!

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Fallbrook $374,847

Highly upgraded & rarely avail! Single level end unit Augusta model. Natural light enriches the interior & the golf course and mtn views will soothe your senses. Feels like a detached home, citrus trees and planters. 2BD, 2BA, 1438esf.

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Funding for firefighter training, radio equipment, Boulevard fire engine complements SDCRFA master plan implementation update



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Stunning View Home

Stunning one level home with views and excellent location! Remodeled kitchen, garage for 6 cars and detached guest suite! Numerous upgrades and thoughtful layout. $789,000

To view call Ken Follis 760-803-6235

Magnificent Hacienda Style

Single level home on 2.5 gentle acres on the trails in gated Saratoga Estates. Pool, spa, det. game room, several areas for horse facilities, 1672sf RV barn for all the toys. 4BR plus office, immaculate remodel, charming. $1,025,000

To view call JoAnn Rapaszky 760-212-5461

Dream Villa in Fallbrook

Magnificent estate on 4+ view acres, built in ‘08. Gracious ‘great room’ design open to the exquisite gourmet kitchen w/dbl islands and top of the line ss applcs. Formal DR, 3BR, 4.5BA plus 1BR/1BA guest quarters. Pool/spa. $1,770,000


To view call Jeanne Stuart 760-310-4663

Beautiful Custom on 7.94 Acres

Down a private gated tree lined drive sits a beautiful custom 3BR plus office/4th bdrm, 3.5BA on 7.94 acres! This wonderful property includes views, pool, spa, outdoor entertaining, horse facilities and avocado grove. $969,000


To view call Tom Van Wie 760-703-6400

Immaculate Custom Home

Located down a private land with no through traffic. 4BR, 3BA, 2510 sf with private pool & spa with quartzlike flagstone deck and lush lawn. Granite in kitchen and cherry stained alder wood cabs. Offered at $699,000-$749,000.

To view call Chris Murphy 760-310-9292

In July 2013, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors adopted the county’s fire master plan which provided a blueprint for the San Diego County Regional Fire Authority and for the provision of fire and emergency medical services in unincorporated San Diego County. An update was presented to the Board of Supervisors on April 29, 2014, and in addition to receiving the update the supervisors also approved $257,607 of expenditures for the SDCRFA. The supervisors’ 4-0 vote, with Ron Roberts in China on an economic development mission, appropriated $190,000 for a Type VI fire engine to be housed at the Boulevard fire station, $37,706 for the purchase of radio equipment and for facility maintenance, and $30,000 for specialized volunteer firefighter training. “The Fire Authority has grown into a successful service,” said Ron Lane, who is the county’s fire warden and also the deputy chief administrative officer for the county’s Public Safety Group. The San Diego County Regional Fire Authority was created in 2008, although a 2006 agreement with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection allowed for year-round staffing at nine additional CalFire stations. Prior to the county’s agreement, the only CalFire stations which were open year-round were the Red Mountain, Mt. Woodson (Ramona), Julian, Lyons (Jamul), and Monte Vista (Rancho San Diego) stations. The agreement allowed year-round staffing at the DeLuz, Miller (Deer Springs), Rincon, Valley Center, Warner Springs, Witch Creek (Ramona), Dulzura, Potrero, Campo, and White Star (Boulevard) stations. The year-round coverage now provides a response time of 10 minutes or less for 85 percent of the backcountry and 20 minutes or less for 93 percent of the backcountry. “Pretty impressive when you look at coverage,” said Supervisor Dianne Jacob. During 2012 and 2013, the first unit arriving on the scene averaged 10 1/2 minutes after dispatch. “To have that 10 1/2 minute response time in our rural backcountry area I think is extremely significant,” Jacob said.

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The creation of the SDCRFA included a plan for a phased r e o rg a n i z a t i o n . T h e i n i t i a l territory of the Fire Authority was 943,876 acres of unserved land (territory served by a volunteer fire department but not by a public agency is legally considered an unserved area). The DeLuz, Intermountain, Ocotillo Wells, Ranchita, Shelter Valley, and Sunshine Summit volunteer fire departments retained their autonomy and began working together with the paid firefighters covering those areas. “The volunteer program working side-by-side with CalFire is unique,” said SDCRFA fire chief Greg Griswold. Prior to the second phase of the reorganization, seven county service areas provided fire protection and emergency medical services. A county service area has a local advisory board, but the actual government is the Board of Supervisors. In 2011, the county service areas for Boulevard, Campo, Mount Laguna, Palomar Mountain, and San Pasqual were dissolved and added to the SDCRFA (the other two county service areas providing fire protection and emergency medical service are surrounded by fire protection districts or cities with fire departments, and bringing Elfin Forest and Pepper Grove into the SDCRFA was not considered the most beneficial option). The next phase will consolidate willing independent special districts (whose boards are elected by local voters) into the SDCRFA. The Pine Valley Fire Protection District and the San Diego Rural Fire Protection District are likely candidates for such a consolidation, and that territory is expected to be transferred to the SDCRFA during fiscal year 2014-15 after the proper procedures take place. T h e S D C R FA n o w p a y s volunteer firefighters a stipend, and training is also provided. “We’ve professionalized the volunteer service,” Lane said. Volunteer firefighters are provided with the same level of training as professional firefighters. “We’re doing a really good job of training them,” Jacob said. “We do train them up to a career level,” Griswold said. The county funds that training, so the biggest impact to volunteer fire departments is the loss of volunteer firefighters to paid positions. “Many of them stay in the area with CalFire and continue to serve the community,” Griswold said. Between the July 1, 2013, start of the current fiscal year and the April 29 presentation 50 of the county’s volunteer firefighters had been hired as full-time personnel, although 71 volunteers had been recruited for volunteer stations. “We just continue to work towards recruiting,” Griswold said. “All we can do to maintain our volunteers I think is important,” said Supervisor Bill Horn. The ability of volunteer firefighters to be hired after training may thus deprive volunteer fire departments of specific firefighters but tends to increase their total

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numbers. “This training is very appealing to volunteers who want to get jobs one day,” Griswold said. That also reduces formal recruiting efforts. “When a program is successful, then we start attracting people just by word of mouth,” Griswold said. The SDCRFA also has an online application process. Since its fall 2013 implementation, more than 450 volunteer interest cards have been received. In addition to reorganization, station staffing, and coverage time goals, the fire master plan also outlines station improvements, technology enhancements, and apparatus acquisitions. The new Boulevard fire station is scheduled to open in January 2015, and the Pine Valley station remodel is in the initial planning stages; both will provide living quarters to enable 24-hour shifts and will also have additional space for apparatus and other equipment. The purchase and installation of automatic vehicle locators for SDCRFA apparatus, which will enhance the ability to dispatch the closest resources, is expected to be complete this fall. Future plans also include the installation of mobile data computers in command units which will allow field command staff to access realtime information. During fiscal year 2013-14, the SDCRFA received two new Type I fire engines which will be based at the Pine Valley and Intermountain stations. The Type VI engine is a smaller vehicle, which provides access advantage. “It gives us another resource to get in some of those areas,” Griswold said. The Type VI engine to be based in Boulevard was one of two funded by the county in April; on April 15, the county’s Community Development Block Grant plan allocated $182,000 to the SDCRFA for the purchase of a Type VI engine which will be based at the Ranchita station. Those two engines will be the county’s initial Type VI apparatus, although several additional Type VI engines are planned for procurement in the future to allow better response to medical and small fire calls in areas where larger engines have trouble maneuvering. “This region is far better prepared because of the efforts,” Jacob said. “The county is making positive steps forward,” said Supervisor Dave Roberts, who was once a paid firefighter in Connecticut. “We’re heading in the right direction on this.” The county pays workers compensation and other insurance costs for volunteer firefighters as well as the stipend which covers food and mileage, although that stipend is set by law. “One of the issues is mileage, and it’s a long way to Jacumba and Boulevard,” Jacob said. The county also owns two firefighting helicopters. “I think we need a third firefighting helicopter because every time we have one down that only leaves us one flying,” Horn said. “We’re moving forward on the master plan and we’ll continue to implement the plan itself,” said San Diego County Regional Fire Authority program manager Herman Reddick. “It’s been amazing to me to see the way everybody kind of came together in a collaborative approach,” said Supervisor Greg Cox. “It’s been a great team effort,” Jacob said. To comment on this story online, visit

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Market Share

180 160 140


Total Number of Units Fallbrook/Bonsall, CA


120 100

January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2013*

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Outstanding Agents. Outstanding Results. 1667 S. Mission Road, Fallbrook, CA 92028

HUGE VIEW $399,000-$410,000 Huge view overlooking San Luis Rey Downs thoroughbred training track! A great floor plan with 2668sf, 3BR + extra room & 3BA, light & bright kit w/ walk-in pantry, soaring ceilings, huge picture windows, gated courtyard entry with French drs. Enclosed porch plus open patio. 2 car grg.


FOREST SETTING $609,000 Beautiful 4BR, 3BA, 2911sf home on large parcel overlooking majestic oaks, sycamores and stream. Master retreat w/fplc. Family room w/fplc, lg bonus rm. Formal LR & DR. Custom window coverings. Wonderful for entertaining.

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COUNTRY HOME $449,000 Wonderful country home with phenomenal views. One acre of gentle usable land. Incredible decking (Trex) surrounds the dual paned windows and French doors. Ceramic tile flooring, extra lower level room w/lots of potention i.e. media room, office, bdrm, granny flat, etc. Family fruit trees, horse ok.


Immaculately maintained single level ranch 4BR/3BA (plus bonus rooms) home on 1.47 acres. Incredible gardens and pond create a serene and peaceful ambiance. Gated and fully fenced. Well irrigated all landscaping!





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UNPARALLELED VIEWS $1,199,000 Perched high on a ridge line with the hills and valleys of beautiful Fallbrook spread out below you. Offering over 5400sf, updated kit, 3BD (2 masters), 4BA, 4 fplcs, courtyard style shaded patio, exercise room, a loft, basement storage, a work shop & an oversized 4 car grg. Wall of glass in FR for views.

OWNERS MOTIVATED $599,000 BRING OFFER! Built in 2001 & remodeled in 2013. Kitchen w/ss Bosh applcs, backsplash to match cozy fplc. Kit opens up to large FR. Built-in buffet in DR. Single level with large hallways, gorgeous hardwood flooring, huge master has massive jacuzzi tub. Whole house fan. 4 car garage.

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Elegant country estate 5+ acres with forever views planted to avocado grove! Custom 4BR, 3.5BA, gourmet kitchen, granite counters, high end appliances, foyer, library/study.



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Nearly 3800 sf designed for casual living. 4BR/4BA all hardwood and tile floors. Master BR on main floor. Awesome views.Vanishing edge pool. 1200sf garage/Ag building for your RV parking or special projects. Gated and secure.


BEAUTIFUL POOL HOME $459,000 4BR/3BA remodeled home with new ceramic tile (looks just like wood - but durable) thruout. Stack rock fplc in living rm and beautiful kitchen w/granite and ss applcs. Enjoy entertaining around the pool in the peaceful backyard. 3 car garage, end of culde-sac.




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This great home located near the Fallbrook Golf Course offers 4BR, 3BA 3 fplcs, 3065sf, great room, chef’s kit, a 4 car garage, a beach entry pool, custom gazebo over the BBQ & patio, small animal barn, just over 1 acre, room for guest hs & various family fruit trees. Easy fwy access.

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Wind up a private drive through lush plantings & roses to over 4000 sf one level. Tuscan beauty 4BR with 20’ ceiling, 1000sf Loggia with outdoor fireplace/bbq area. Gleaming granite island kitchen, sunny family room. 4 garages.

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Visit our website at *SANDICOR MLS. NOTE: This bar graph combines the “sold” residential listings of all office locations and independent offices of each multi-office or franchise organization identified, which listings were sold by such organization itself, or with the aid of a cooperating broker, according to data maintained by the Local Board or SANDICOR Multiple Listing Service for the geographic area indicated. The bar graph compares all those residential listings that were “sold” by each organization during the period 01/01/2013-12/31/2013. This representation is based in whole or in part on data supplied by the California Association of REALTORS or its Multiple Listing Service. Neither the Associations nor its MLS guarantee or are in any way responsible for its accuracy. Data maintained by the Associations may not reflect all real estate activity in a market. ©2013, RE/MAX California & Hawaii Region. Each RE/MAX® office is independently owned and operated.

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VILLAGE PROPERTIES Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated







A Fallbrook classic! 3BD, 1 plus 2 half bath home has so much potential. Open living room w/pretty fplc & large view windows. Dining & family rm combo. Attached guest qutrs. Grg converted to wrkshp. Pool. 140025303 $460,000





It’s everything you came to Fallbrook to find! 4BR, 4BA Dutch-barn style home on just over an acre. Gorgeous French Country kitchen w/ Wolf applcs. Garden, wrap around decks, views, above ground pool. 140024466 $599,000

Nestled in the hills west of Pala Mesa golf course - 3440sf single story 4BD, 3.5BA custom home on 2.71 professionally landscaped acres. Custom outdoor kit, palapa, ocean breezes & forever views. Exceptional home with attention to detail. 140014196 $969,000

land/building sites Classic Allegre home. Upgraded 4BD, 2.5BA, 2304sf. Great location, close to town, schools & community center. In-ground pool w/security fence, energy efficient pump & solar. Kitchen has granite, ss applcs. 140023846 $450,000

Spectacular custom 4BD, 3BA custom home. Gourmet kit w/slab granite counters, maple cabinets & walk-in pantry. Great room, zoned heating/air; 2 water heaters, oversized 3 car grg. Million Dollar Views! 140022266 $715,000

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A home of gracious living with over 3500 esf. of quality craftsmanship. Designed for indoor outdoor living with beautiful views of the Santa Margarita Valley. 140002930 $825,000

G inactiveNavocado grove. Only neighbor at DI of access drive to the pad, A paved the N end road PE to this parcel that sets back off of Daily Road. Come see and envision your rural De Luz home on the large pad site. 140013615 $119,000

• Million Dollar Views – A bargain at

$200,000! 2+ acres with panoramic views Property has a Well with reservoir. Beautiful parcel with natural vegetation. Seller may carry with agreeable down payment. Come have a picnic and take in the views! 140002928 $200,000

Entertainer’s delight! Beautifully remodeled Charming single story on a generous, level lot. home, 3 Bed, 3 BA + office on 1 acre. Large 1630 sq.ft, 4BD, 2.5BA, Oversized living rm w/ chef’s kitchen and expansive deck to enjoy the large fam rm - perfect for family and entertainviews. Family fruit trees & sand volleyball court! ing. True master suite w/large walk-in closet, full 140023664 $585,000 bath and door to bkyd. 140014419 $340,000 OUR AGENTS: Don Bennetts Melissa Camilli Abby Elston Jerry Gordon Tess Hansford Judy Bresnahan Frank Cerda Susie Emory Linda Gordon Eddie Harrison Pat Bresnahan Kristin Deile Jane Felton Bob Hansford Chris Hasvold

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Down a private gated tree lined drive sits a beautiful custom 3 bedroom plus office/4th bedroom, 3.5 bath on 7.94 acres! This wonderful property includes VIEWS, pool, spa, outdoor entertaining, horse facilities and avocado grove. 140009606 $969,000

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built in 2003 it is reminiscent of a traditional Mexican Hacienda and situated on 11.56 acres. 3bD, 3bA Villa with detached 2bD, 1bA guest house. 360 degree views, avocado grove, two wells, three solar energy systems. Offered at $2,349,000

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You will love this custom home built by Don Souther featuring 4br, 3.5bA, including guest unit on 7.98 view acres. Magnificent ocean view home is privately gated, located in the desirable South Morro Hills area. Approx. 2691 sf and studio approx. 708sf. Offered at $869,000

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Offered at $719,000

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Two master suites, 3682sf, 1-story in Morro Hills on 3.5 acres. 4BD + office. 4 full baths + 2 half. Kitchenette in one bdrm. Workshop with doggy tub. Gated. Grove and family fruit.


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