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Neighborhood Reinvestment Program funds awarded FUHSD to begin negotiations with SEIU Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent

During the May 20 meeting of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, the supervisors voted 5-0 to appropriate $347,307 of District Five Neighborhood Reinvestment Program funding including $20,000 for Camp Pendleton’s Devil Pups Youth Program, $20,000 to the Fallbrook Center for the Arts, $20,000 for the Yuima fire department, $10,000 for Fallbrook Y o u t h Baseball, and $10,000 to the Fallbrook Music Society. The Devil Pups grant will fund various participant items, the Fallbrook Center for the Arts will use the money for building repairs and refurbishing, the allocation for Yuima will help purchase a “jaws of life” extrication set, Fallbrook Youth Baseball will apply the grant towards field renovations, and the Fallbrook Music Society’s money will help with printing costs, other office expenses, and the repair of

the society’s grand piano. The Neighborhood Reinvestment Program is intended to provide grants to non-profit organizations for the furtherance of public purposes at the regional and community levels. In addition to non-profit organizations, county supervisors can also fund schools and fire departments, and supervisors can also use money from their budgets to supplement other county funding for specific county projects such as parks, roads, and libraries. Each county supervisor recommends the allocation of his or her Neighborhood Reinvestment Program funds, although those allocations must be approved by a majority of the board. Supervisor Bill Horn uses his Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget for the District Five grants. The Devil Pups youth program was founded by retired Marines in 1954. More than 50,000 boys and girls have attended the 10day annual camp in July, and

• Devil Pups - $20,000 • Art Center - $20,000 •Fallbrook Youth Baseball - $10,000 •Fallbrook Music Society - $10,000 •Yuima Fire Dept. $20,000

Andrea Verdin Special to The Village News

In the Devil Pups Youth Development Program on Camp Courtesy photo Pendleton, many friendships are formed. A 60-year-old tradition, over 51,000 young people have completed the training program. approximately 3,000 applications for the Devil Pups are received annually. The “Growth Through Challenge” program includes physical fitness challenges, obstacle courses, educational sessions with Marine Corps personnel, and a tour of the USS Midway Museum. Each graduate receives an inspirational token of achievement, and the Devil Pups Challenge Coins will be funded by the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program grant along

with participant uniforms and the printing of training manuals and community outreach materials. “The Devil Pups Youth Program for America has been providing leadership and motivational skills to boys and girls,” Horn said. “I am pleased this grant will support this fantastic program so it can continue to offer a once-in-alifetime experience to so many young people.” The Fallbrook Center for the

see FUNDS, page A-6

At a recent Fallbrook Union High School District (FUHSD) board meeting, negotiations with SEIU (the district’s classified union) and the certificated union began with the customary public notice or “sunshining” of the topics that will be included in the process. In addition to the sunshining of the negotiations, two public hearings will inform the public that negotiations are going to begin. A public hearing was held at the FUHSD board meeting on

see FUHSD, page C-7

Public asked to help prevent car burglaries Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor

SR76 widening information presented to potential bidders Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent

Shane Gibson photo Upcoming construction work on the east segment of State Route 76 (S. Mission Rd. to Interstate 15) will involve removal of the existing “palisades.” The metal poles with attached webbing were initially erected to control the flow of the San Luis Rey River and protect the road from erosion. Now exposed after the removal of brush, the palisades have been a popular topic of conversation locally.

Approximately two dozen potential contractors, subcontractors, and other interested parties attended a May 15 meeting at the Caltrans District 11 office in San Diego regarding the advertised bid package for the widening of State Route 76 between South Mission Road and Interstate 15. Caltrans acting project manager Carl Savage and senior resident engineer Ed Fitzgibbons spoke on the project, its history, and various issues which will need to be addressed during construction. Caltrans small business liaison Cyndee McGowan addressed opportunities to take advantage of the 10 percent disadvantaged business enterprise requirement. “The purpose of today’s meeting is an informal outreach to the contractor community,” Savage said.

see SR76, page A-10

Dickson earns position on California National Jr. High Rodeo Team Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor Bonsall eighth grade student Hannah Dickson has an exciting summer to look forward to. The young equestrian won a barrel racing event during the California Junior High Rodeo District State Finals May 16 through 18 and earned a position on the California (State) National Junior High Rodeo Team. Dickson, who will graduate from Sullivan Middle School on June 12, will travel with fellow teammates from around the state to Des Moines, Iowa for the 10th annual National Junior High Finals Rodeo June 22 through 28. Dickson will specialize in the barrel racing competition. Approximately 1,000 contestants from 42 states, five Canadian provinces, and Australia, will compete for more than $75,000 in cash prizes and over $100,000 in scholarship awards in the national finals. Contestants that finish in the Top 20 in the preliminaries at the event

see DICKSON, page A-10

The public was asked to do its best to help prevent car burglaries in Fallbrook at a special community meeting held May 29 at the Fallbrook Sheriff ’s substation. Detective Bill Yavno called the meeting after receiving crime analysis information showing that 70 percent of car burglaries in this area over the past six months involved vehicles that had been left unlocked.

see PUBLIC, page C-7

Thirty apply for Rainbow GM position Special meeting June 9 to discuss review results Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Rainbow Municipal Water District general manager Gene Buckley, who is also the district’s chief finance officer, would like to return to his previous position as assistant general manager and chief finance officer, and the Rainbow district is in the process of searching for a new general manager.

see GM, page C-7


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Join FRWF to celebrate a WWII veteran and Flag Day FA L L B R O O K – A l l a r e welcome to join the Fallbrook Republican Women Federated ( F RW F ) i n c e l e b r a t i n g a

distinguished WWII veteran, Don Foulkes, who will share his harrowing and magnificent memories of being shot down from

a B-24 over Vienna. Also, to honor Flag Day which is June 14, FRWF will hear John Gambrell, a student, read a rendition of Red Skelton’s “Pledge

of Allegiance.” The Boy Scouts Color Guard will be there to display the colors in traditional fashion. The meeting will be held Friday,

June 13, 9:30 a.m. at San Luis Rey Golf Club. The cost is $15 for brunch and meeting. RSVP to


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Courier service offers seniors rides to doctor appointments FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Hospital Courier Service drives patients to doctor, dentist, hospital, and physical therapy appointments. The drivers are volunteers who

pick up patients at their homes for their appointments. There is also a wheelchair accessible van for those who need it. Anyone who would like to

volunteer to be a driver for the Courier Service can call Marilyn Qualls at (760) 723-1019 or at (760) 599-3397 and leave a message.

popular wartime novels, “Fog and Darkness” and “Every Shape, Every Shadow,” which is set in the battle of Guadalcanal. Conlee’s books will be available. The author ’s presentation is preceded by open mic, and members of the public are invited

to bring their original poetry and short prose to read. Short prose is a maximum of six minutes reading time. The Fallbrook Library is located at 124 S. Mission Road. For more information, call (760) 731-4653.


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FALLBROOK – Writers Read will present Roger Conlee, World War II historical novelist, on Tuesday, June 10, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., in the Fallbrook Library community room. Conlee, a San Diego-based author, will read from two of his

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June 6 – At dusk – Fallbrook Community Center hosts ‘Movies in the Park’ featuring the newest Disney hit, “Frozen!” on the lawn behind the center. Admission is free. Families can bring their lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy a fun night including games, contests, and freebies. Healthy snacks will be available. Call (760) 728-1671 for more information.


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June 7 & 8 – 40th annual F a l l b r o o k O p e n Te n n i s 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.


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FALLBROOK – California Retired Teachers, Fallbrook Avocado Division 81, will install their new officers at their next meeting on Wednesday June 11 at

the Fallbrook Community Center, 341 Heald Lane. Goodies will be served to donors. To learn more or to set an appointment time, visit

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Winners of Ahrend Studios annual Cute Kids Contest announced Cool Kids Award: Sponsored by One Shop Beauty Supplies & Salon

Nicole Fanning 0-12 months

Cayson Cox 1-2 years

Bentley Nash 3-5 years

Baylee Howley 6-10 years

Most Photogenic Award: Sponsored by Ahrend Studios

Cambria Parker 0-12 months

Nathan Lian 1-2 years

Samantha Pagett 3-5 years

Wyatt Hedrick 6-10 years

Vincent Duprez 0-12 months – Also Facebook Favorite

Alayna Craig 1-2 years

Jack Holm 3-5 years

Abigail Greenfield 6-10 years

Ruby Jean Varela 0-12 months – Also Fallbrook Village Favorite

Jake Martinez 1-2 years

Alina Rodarte 3-5 years

Abigail Greenfield 6-10 years

Sugar & Spice Award: Sponsored by La Caseta Mexican Restaurant

Sweetest Smile Award: Sponsored by Yogurt Palace

Sweet ‘n Sassiest Award: Sponsored by Sweet ‘n Sassy Children’s Boutique

Emery Steeves 0-12 months FALLBROOK - Ahrend Studios has announced the winners of its 2014 Cute Kids Contest. Listed

Chase Connary 1-2 years

Lily McGregor 3-5 years

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Opinion Let’s get real about our global role The Iraq and Afghan wars will cost three quarters of a trillion dollars when we’re done with them. More importantly, we have lost 6,700 service members and roughly 50,000 wounded. Ergo, I want the government to exercise utmost prudence about further interventions. I don’t want to be led over the cliff again. Mr. Leach wants us to intervene in Syria and to confront Iran. How would he propose doing this without engaging in new wars? He states that we have destroyed our relationship with Israel. Our relationships with Israel remain strong, contrary to his assertion. The U.S. did not use force in Libya and the release of dangerous arms was because we did not have boots on the ground. Egypt was not channeled by the U.S. into revolution. The Egyptians

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decided their course of action. The people and government have now removed the Muslim Brotherhood from power. We have not intervened in Ukraine because to do so could tip us and Russia dangerously close to nuclear war. The U.S. is not dependent on Russia for our aspirations in space, nor are we reliant on Russian boosters to launch our military satellites. We have an operating agreement regarding supply and return from the International Space Station and will have our own capability in short order. We are not dependent on Russian rocket engines. So, let’s stop the hyperbole and name-calling and solve problems starting with facts, not party mantra. John Watson

Get our Marine out

By Calif. State Assemblymember Marie Waldron (R-75th District) On May 13, Governor Brown released his revised budget proposals, based on revenues received during the first quarter of 2014. The release of the “May Revise” has become an eagerly awaited yearly ritual in the Capitol,

one that seldom fails to generate controversy. This year, California’s financial picture is improving. Revenues are up approximately $2.4 billion, but unanticipated increases in MediCal and other health costs related to the implementation of Obamacare will consume an additional $1.2 billion. The Governor wants to increase education spending by about $300 million, with much of the increase going toward unfunded liabilities in the State Teachers Retirement fund. A bi-partisan agreement has been reached to create a rainy day fund, subject to voter approval, with long-term plans to begin paying down the $340 billion in unfunded mandates we have largely been ignoring. Obviously, with this huge amount of debt looming on the horizon, an improving revenue picture does not mean the

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For two months this Purple Heart Veteran Marine has been languishing in a Tijuana jail, fearing for his life and fear of being raped and tortured and treated inhumanely. All for making the wrong turn at the border while trying to get into the proper lane heading toward San Diego instead of into Mexico. Our lame duck administration must stand up for its citizens at home and abroad. What example

is this showing the world when our own President won’t make an effort to step in and do something! He says Mexico is our friend! If this is so Mr. President, why not pick up the phone, call el Presidente in Mexico (or better, the Chief of Police in Tijuana) and get this matter closed ASAP! Outrageous. Do it now! Marianne Doty

PUBLIC NOTICE The stadium, track and turf of the Fallbrook Union High School will be closed for refurbishment from July 1, through July 31, 2014. There will be no use of these facilities during this time period.



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Local Public welcome at mahjong tournament FALLBROOK – All are invited to join the Fallbrook Woman’s Club for their semi-annual mahjong tournament on June 27 at the clubhouse, 238 W Mission Rd. Doors open at 12:15 p.m. with play beginning at 1 p.m. Donations are $20 for each player, which includes a lunch and beverages. Prizes will be awarded and raffle baskets will also be available. Mahjong is a somewhat complicated game that originated in China and is commonly played by four players. Similar to the card game rummy, mahjong requires skill, strategy and a bit of luck. It’s played with a set of 136 tiles, each adorned with Chinese characters and symbols. Players begin with 13 tiles, and then pick up – or draw – new tiles and discard their unwanted ones. The object: to set one’s hand into a winning combination of groups called Pungs, Kongs and Chows before his opponents. Scores are then tallied to determine the winner. Veteran players say it’s exciting just learning to play the game, and getting the hang of it is a challenge in itself. Chairwoman Araxy Moosa can

Courtesy photo Mahjong tournament co-chairs Lee Johnson, center, and Araxy Moosy, right, present the top-scoring winner, Joann Hernandez, with a $50 grand prize. be reached at (760) 723-2262 for further information or reservations. Space is limited so organizers are encouraging early reservations. All donations are tax deductible with proceeds going towards the nonprofit club’s philanthropic organizations and scholarship fund. Members of the club play mahjong the first Monday of each month and the public is invited

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Arts seeks to make Fallbrook an arts destination for residents and visitors through exhibits, events, and marketing. Approximately 12,000 people annually experience art in one form or another through the organization’s activities and facilities. The repairs and other improvements to the Fallbrook Art Center on South Main Avenue will include refurbishing signage and repairs to the building exterior. The refurbishments and repairs to the School of the Arts on East Alvarado Street will include repairing a leaky roof, replacing five wind turbines, repairing electrical equipment, installing ceiling insulation, and installing a wall heater. “The Fallbrook Center for the Arts, Inc., works hard to create an arts destination to attract visitors and enhance the vitality of Downtown Fallbrook. This grant will pay for improvements to the center so it can continue to share the arts and bring money into the community,” Horn said. The Yuima Municipal Water District also has latent powers to provide fire protection and emergency medical services, and the district currently contracts with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection for those services. The fire department serves approximately 8,000 Pauma Valley residents and also serves the needs of some of the approximately 25,000 motorists each day who travel along Highway 76 through the district. The set of Amkus Emergency Extraction Devices, as the “jaws of life” are officially called, will be housed at CalFire Station 70 in the 16900 block of Highway 76. “We all know time is critical in the moments after a serious car accident. Seconds can mean the difference between life and death,” Horn said. “This grant will mean CalFire can purchase a set of the ‘jaws of life’ for Pauma

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Valley and be better prepared in an emergency situation.” Fallbrook Youth Community Baseball Council, Inc., seeks to provide children in the Greater Fallbrook area regardless of skill level with athletic opportunities while keeping the cost of participation as low as possible. Fallbrook Youth Baseball plans to transform the existing Pony League field into a universal field to accommodate the needs of 13-year-old through 16-yearold players. The improvements also include providing two new practice fields, demolishing the existing announcer’s tower and building a new announcer ’s tower, and building new seating and fencing. “As a former Little Leaguer, I have seen how valuable the game can be to children and the lessons it can teach. I am pleased to partner with Fallbrook Youth Baseball and provide funding to expand their services to even more children,” Horn said. The Fallbrook Music Society seeks to bring nationally and internationally recognized classical music groups to the Fallbrook area. The society now hosts eight professional symphony concerts annually including a Christmas concert and a “Pops on the Green” event. The Neighborhood Reinvestment Program award will help fund printing costs for season brochures, concert programs, promotional fliers and collateral materials, educational materials, and books. The funding will also be used for office supplies and postage along with repair expenses for the grand piano. “The Fallbrook Music Society is committed to providing quality concerts and exceptional educational outreach to every child in the Fallbrook and Bonsall public school districts. This grant will help them continue to share the joy of music to our inland communities,” Horn said. To comment on this story online, visit

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Dan Justin died suddenly on May 10, 2014, in his Fallbrook home. He was born as Dennis Bader on June 24, 1949, to parents Barnett and Lillian (Saltiel) Bader. A former electrical contractor and

probate attorney, Dan studied for the bar exam independently and passed on his first attempt. After helping many people with their estate planning, Dan chose to retire. He enjoyed skiing, surfing and golf, but most of all, he loved his life partner, Judy Justin. He is survived by Judy; his mother; brother Randy Bader (Mary), their children, Nathan and Emily, sister Donna Bader (Tony Klein), all of Laguna Beach; son, Jason Bader of Murrieta; grandchildren, Devin and Nylee and their parents, Nikki and Rommie Huntington of Fallbrook. In a world with an increasing lack of assumed personal responsibility, Dan was an uncompromising man who bore more than his share. You are missed, Dan, Dad, and GrandDan. We love you.

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Patrick James Schmidt, son of Robert and Deborah Schmidt was called home by his Heavenly Father the morning of May 14, 2014 following complications from surgery. Patrick attended Pilgrim Lutheran School in Chula Vista before moving to Fallbrook in 1989. He graduated from Fallbrook High School in 1992 and from Mira Costa College with an associates degree in computer science. While in Fallbrook, Patrick was a member of Christ the King Lutheran Church. In 2007, he graduated from Concordia University, Irvine with an elementary teaching degree. It was here that he met and married the love of his life, Amber Collins, daughter of Jake and Sharon Collins of San Ramon, Calif. They resided briefly in Las Vegas, Nev. In 2012, they moved to San Ramon and Patrick joined the church and preschool staff of Resurrection Lutheran Church. For Patrick, this was his dream job!

His gift was working with young children and their families. “Mr. Patrick” made sure each child he worked with went home that day knowing they were important and valued not only by him, but by their Lord Jesus. I’m not sure he realized the impact he had on the children and families he served. His “can do” attitude changed Resurrection school and he will be greatly missed. Collecting antiques was a favorite hobby, shared with his Mom. He followed sports (Padres, Chargers, now San Francisco, and was a huge Nascar fan) so his radio was permanently turned to “talk” sports. Family get-togethers always found him barbequing or checking the pork in the smoker. Patrick was an excellent cook, and we all greatly benefited from his expertise! With a huge heart, Patrick rescued every cat that ever needed a home! Patrick is survived by his

mother, Deborah; brother Andy (Olivia), nephew Evan; aunt, Nancy Walker; uncle, Jim Boyer; loving wife, Amber; Jake & Sharon Collins; Jacob and Amy Collins (Issac, Joe, Isabella, Aiden and Alexa); Justin and Stephanie Collins (Lily); longtime Fallbrook friends Sean and Dave; and forever best friend Nathan Maycott. Patrick joins his Dad, and beloved grandparents in Heaven, and I’m sure the celebration has started! Patrick, your last words on Earth were, “I love you, Mom.” I am a very blessed woman; we won’t be separated forever – meet me at the gate. “The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?” Psalm 27:1 A Celebration of Life service was held May 30 at Resurrection Lutheran Church in San Ramon. Joseph Lee Mosbacher (Mossy) was born October 17, 1917 in Buffalo, N.Y. He worked on the racetrack as a jockey and a trainer, and until age 92 he worked as the clocker at the San Luis Rey Downs Training Center. He was a WWII veteran. He loved golf and was an accomplished poet. He was married to his wife Ida for 54 years before she passed on June 10, 2000. Joseph passed peacefully at home on May 23. He is survived by his son Lee Mosbacher. A memorial is planned for June 10, 3 p.m. at the San Luis Rey Downs Golf Course.

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Health Supervisors update tobacco ordinance for electronic cigarettes Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The San Diego County Board of Supervisors updated its tobacco ordinances to include electronic smoking devices. The supervisors’ 5-0 vote May 6 approved the introduction and first reading of the ordinances while a 5-0 vote May 20 approved the second reading and adoption. The ordinance updates, which will become effective June 19, ban the use of electronic smoking devices only on county property. “ We ’ r e n o t p u t t i n g t h i s technology out of business. It’s going to be used where smoking is permitted and if people want to stop smoking, God bless them,” said Supervisor Ron Roberts, acknowledging the value of electronic cigarettes as a smoking cessation device. “We’re not taking a position in opposition to using them.” Two Board of Supervisors votes March 11, both by 3-1 margins with Bill Horn in opposition and Roberts in Washington, DC, addressed the issue of electronic cigarettes and other electronic smoking devices. One added electronic smoking devices to the Board of Supervisors policy on tobacco while the other called for the May 6 and May 20 hearings. Horn’s opposition to the changes in Board of Supervisors Policy A-99, which provides guidelines for county programs addressing tobacco use, prevention, and cessation with an emphasis on reducing access by minors and limiting exposure to second-hand

smoke, were based on his views that decisions should be made by adults rather than by government. As an adult in charge of policy for county-owned property, he made the decision against electronic cigarettes in the May votes. “I think we have no choice here but to protect the public in public spaces,” Horn said. Many electronic smoking devices contain nicotine and thus pose the same addition and negative health risks as actual smoked tobacco. The contents of the electronic smoking devices also include other harmful carcinogens, small particles, and metals, and since those chemicals have been found in the vapor released when electronic smoking devices are used, bystanders are exposed to those toxins. Horn, who is also the County of San Diego’s representative on the North County Transit District board, noted that banning electronic smoking devices on public property also provided a clarification benefit. “It’s difficult in a public space, especially in a park and on our trains and on our buses, to have the enforcement to differentiate,” he said. One of the new ordinance updates addressed the use of electronic smoking devices in and around public buildings and other county facilities while the other regulated electronic smoking devices in county parks and on county trails. Both changes incorporated the Board Policy A-99 update which defines “electronic smoking

Learn how “You Are What You Eat” FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Hospital Senior Circle will be hosting a talk “You Are What You Eat” on Tuesday, June 17 at 2 p.m. Indraneel Chakrabarty, M.D., gastroenterologist with GI Excellence, Inc. will provide the presentation. Chakrabarty is a

member of the Fallbrook Hospital medical staff. The event is open to the public and will be held at Silvergate, 420 Elbrook Drive, in Fallbrook and include refreshments and a prize drawing. Seating is limited. Call (760) 731-8433 to RSVP.

device” as an electronic and/ or battery-operated device which may resemble smoking and can be used to deliver an inhaled dose of nicotine or other substances. Such devices can include electronic cigars, cigarillos, pipes, and hookahs, and the definition excludes any product specifically approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for use in mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease. The definition additions to both ordinances also defined “smoking” or “smoke” for electronic smoking devices as the use of a device intended to emulate smoking which permits a person to inhale vapors, mists, or aerosol which may or may not contain nicotine. The ordinance covering public buildings and facilities prohibits the smoking of an electronic smoking device in an enclosed space at a county place of employment, including countyowned and county-leased property, or in an outdoor area within 20 feet of a main entrance, exit, or operable window of a county public building. The ordinance covering county parks and trails also prevents smoking such devices in an enclosed space. The previous ban on smoking in county parks and on county trails had been covered in a section titled “Fire Hazards and Smoking”; the new ordinance has separate sections for “Fire Hazards” and “Smoking”. The “Fire Hazards” section retains the provisions against igniting a fire other than in a designated fire ring or barbecue provided by the county, igniting a fire when the National Weather Service or the director of the county’s Department of Parks and Recreation determines that starting

a fire is not safe, and discarding any lighted tobacco product or other burning or combustible material near combustible brush, structures, or other substances. The “Fire Hazards and Smoking” section included a prohibition against carrying a lighted pipe, cigar, cigarette, or other smoking device containing tobacco or any other substance and against lighting such a device. That subsection was transferred to the “Smoking” section which also added electronic smoking devices.


The “Acts Prohibited on Trails and Pathways” subsection prohibiting smoking devices was amended to add electronic smoking devices. Both the public buildings and facilities ordinance and the county parks and trails ordinance carry a $100 fine for a first violation, a $200 fine for a second violation within one year, and a $500 fine for a each additional violation within one year. To comment on this story online, visit

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(based on combined time/scores in the first two rounds) will go on to the final round. Final champions will be determined by three round time/scores. The final championship competition will be televised nationally as part of the Cinch High School Rodeo Tour telecast series on RFD – TV. Live broadcast of each in NJHFR performance will also air online at Performance times are 7 p.m. on June 23, and 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.

each day thereafter. To follow Hannah Dickson’s progress, visit for daily results. In addition to the rodeo competition, contestants are offered many opportunities to enjoy a wide range of activities during their stay. Dickson rides daily and trains weekly with Nicole Rivera in La Cresta, Murrieta, and competes in one or two rodeos each month. Regionally, she competes in CHSRA District 8 in barrel racing, pole bending, and goat tying. To comment on this story online, visit

The existing Highway 76 is 30 feet wide on average. The widened road will average 44 feet of paved surface in each direction which equates to two travel lanes 12 feet wide along with inside and outside shoulder lanes 10 feet wide, and the road will also include turn lanes, acceleration and deceleration lanes, and barriers. “This is the last and final phase of the project,” Savage said. The portion between I-5 and Melrose Drive in Oceanside was completed in 1999, and the widening between Melrose Drive and South Mission Road was completed in 2012. The transportation improvements on the interchange at State Route 76 and Interstate 15 opened to traffic in August 2013. “We do need to replant the interchange as well,” Savage said. The length of the project thus ends half a mile east of Interstate 15 even though the interchange itself has been completed. The western end is at Olive Hill Road, which was covered by the previous widening and which has source material available for the widening segment being advertised for bid. The work will also include expanding the park-and-ride lot on the northwest side of the interchange with I-15; the expansion to the east will include flattening the grade and providing truck parking and a bus terminal. The Olive Hill site contains approximately 60,000 cubic yards of fill. The project will need a total of approximately 900,000 cubic yards for embankments. Fill from the Vessels property south of the San Luis Rey River will provide approximately 600,000 cubic yards, and a fill stockpile at the I-15

interchange makes approximately 135,000 cubic yards available. The remaining approximate 100,000 cubic yards will need to be imported. The new road will be elevated approximately six to eight feet above the old highway. “Most of the alignment is new road on top of the old,” Savage said. Different segments of the current highway will have varying fates. “Some of the roads we’re going to remove,” Savage said. “It’s old highway that we’re not going to use any more.” Other excess road segments will be relinquished to the County of San Diego. “Roads we aren’t removing we’ll rehabilitate,” Savage said. The contractor and subcontractors will also be responsible for renovating all driveways and street intersections accessible from Highway 76. A traffic signal will be added at the intersection of Highway 76 and Via Monserate. Non-road activities will include the installation of five wild animal crossings, the relocation of Rainbow Municipal Water District water and sewer lines, and coordination with the San Diego County Water Authority to protect CWA pipelines which cross the highway. The initial work will take place on the southern part of the road between South Mission Road and Gird Road. The hauling of fill will be followed by paving a road on top of that fill, which will allow all traffic to be moved to what will eventually be the eastbound lanes while work is being done on the eventual westbound lanes. The work on the north side of the segment between South Mission Road and Gird Road will follow the completion of the tasks on the south side of that portion. The work on the south side between Gird Road and I-15 will follow the completion of the phases






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Fictitious Business Name 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: 2014-013802—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: 2014-014005—Name of Business MIMI’S BOUTIQUE 119 Main Street, #C., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego Mailing Address: 305 Charles Swisher Ct., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is registered by the following: Heather Howard, 305 Charles Swisher Ct., 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 20, 2014 LEGAL: 3623 PUBLISHED: June 5, 12, 19, 26, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-013935—Name of Business D&M CACTUS SUCCULENTS 3461 Royal Rd., Vista, CA 92084 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: 1. Patricia Cedillo 2. David Carrasco Both residing at: 3461 Royal Rd., Vista, CA 92084 This business is conducted by a General Partnership The first day of business was 5/1/14 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 19, 2014 LEGAL: 3624 PUBLISHED: June 5, 12, 19, 26, 2014

Fictitious Business Name 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: 2014-013390—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 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-014810—Name of Business SUGARPINE TRAVEL 2715 Sugarpine Ln., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Katherine Patrik, 2715 Sugarpine Ln., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 7/11/13 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 29, 2014 LEGAL: 3627 PUBLISHED: June 5, 12, 19, 26, 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

ORDINANCE NO. 14-03 AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF RAINBOW MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT ESTABLISHING READINESS TO SERVE WATER SERVICE STANDBY ASSESSMENTS OR AVAILABILITY CHARGES FOR ALL OF THE RAINBOW MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 1 WHEREAS, the increasing costs of importing water and, in particular, a Readiness to Serve Charge imposed upon the Rainbow Municipal Water District (the “District”) by the Metropolitan Water District; and the need for continuing improvement, construction and reconstruction of the District’s water storage, treatment and transmission facilities to insure a safe and continuing supply of water to the residents and taxpayers of the District must be met; and WHEREAS, it is in the best interests of the District that, in addition to taxes and water revenues, certain monies be raised through the imposition of Readiness to Serve Water Service standby availability charges on certain lands within Improvement District No. 1 of the District, whether or not water service is actually being used thereon, and WHEREAS, such charges are specifically authorized by the Municipal Water District Law of 1911; and WHEREAS, the Board of Directors (“Board”) of the District has previously ordered the formation of an improvement district designated as Improvement District No. 1 of Rainbow Municipal Water District (“Improvement District No. 1”) for the purpose of establishing water service standby or availability charges for water and water delivery availability and readiness to serve charges collected from all lands within the District which, when added to rates and charges for water service and capital facility charges collected from newly developing lands within the District, will produce revenues sufficient to meet the cost of importing water as well as ensuring future availability of water supplies to serve the District and to finance the construction and reconstruction of water facilities; and WHEREAS, a duly noticed public hearing was held by the Board on May 27, 2014, to hear and consider all objections or protests to said readiness to serve water service standby availability charge for Improvement District No. 1, at which time all persons were given an opportunity to be heard. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF RAINBOW MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT AS FOLLOWS: The Board of Directors hereby finds and determines that Readiness to Serve Water Availability service is made available to all lands within Improvement District No. 1, and hereby establishes readiness to serve water service standby assessments or availability charges which shall be assessed against all such lands whether water service is actually presently utilized on such lands or not. The water availability charges hereby established in said Improvement District No. 1 for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2014, and ending June 30, 2015, shall be as follows: Ten Dollars and Fifty-Four Cents ($10.54) per acre per year for each acre of land within Improvement District No. 1. Ten Dollars and Fifty-Four Cents ($10.54) per year for each parcel of land of less than one acre within Improvement District No. 1. The officers of this District shall, on or before August 1, 2014, furnish in writing to the Board of Supervisors of San Diego County and to the San Diego County Auditor-Controller, a description of each parcel of land within said District upon which said readiness to serve water availability charge is to be levied and collected for the fiscal year 2014-15, together with the amount of water availability charge fixed on each parcel of land. The Board of Directors, pursuant to Section 71635 of the Municipal Water District Law of 1911, hereby directs the Board of Supervisors of the County to levy, in addition to any other taxes it levies, the readiness to serve water service availability charge in the amounts of the respective parcels as fixed by the Board of Directors. Certified copies of this Ordinance shall be delivered to the Board of Supervisors of the County of San Diego and to said County Auditor-Controller by the Clerk of the Board of this District. The President of the Board of Directors shall sign this ordinance and the Clerk of the Board of Directors shall attest thereto and shall within fifteen days of its adoption cause it or a summary of it to be published in a newspaper of general circulation; and thereupon and thereafter this ordinance shall take effect and be in force upon the effective date of the resolution ordering the formation of Improvement District No. 1 pursuant to California Water Code Section 72014. Ordinance 13-05 is hereby canceled. Adopted this 27th day of May 2014. AYES: Directors Brazier, Lucy, McManigle, and Sanford NOES: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: Director Griffiths George McManigle, Board President ATTEST: Dawn Washburn, Board Secretary CERTIFICATION ORDINANCE NO. 14-03 I, Dawn Washburn, Clerk of the Board of the Board of Directors of the Rainbow Municipal Water District, hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance was regularly introduced and adopted by the Board of Directors of the Rainbow Municipal Water District at a regular meeting thereof held on the 27th day of May, 2014, by the following vote of the Board of Directors: AYES: Directors Brazier, Lucy, McManigle, and Sanford NOES: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: Director Griffiths IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set by hand and affixed the official seal of the Rainbow Municipal Water District, this 27th day of May 2014. Clerk of the Board Rainbow Municipal Water District PUBLISHED: JUNE 5, 2014

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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: 2014-012430—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: 2014-013050—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: 2014-014470—Name of Business a. THE ESPRESSO LOUNGE b. ESPRESSO LOUNGE 139 S. Main Ave., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Trupiano, Inc., 945 S. Main Ave., Fallbrook, CA 92028 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 23, 2014 LEGAL: 3625 PUBLISHED: June 5, 12, 19, 26, 2014

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

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-014702—Name of Business PRODUCT PROMOTER 10620 Treena St., Ste 230, San Diego, CA 92131 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Green Plant Media LLC, 10620 Treena St., Ste 230, San Diego, CA 92131 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company This LLC is located in the state of Deleware THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 28, 2014 LEGAL: 3628 PUBLISHED: June 5, 12, 19, 26, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-013350—Name of Business LIFEPOINTE CHURCH 125 W. Hawthorne Street, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2648, Fallbrook, CA 92088 This business is registered by the following: First Baptist Church of Fallbrook, 125 W. Hawthorne Street, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California The first day of business was 3/16/14 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 13, 2014 LEGAL: 3629 PUBLISHED: June 5, 12, 19, 26, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-014570—Name of Business a. FRAN-BAR GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS b. FRAN-BAR FARMS 712 Stewart Canyon Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: 1. John J. Barbee 2. Frances Barbee Both residing at: 712 Stewart Canyon Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a Married Couple The first day of business was 2/7/05 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 27, 2014 LEGAL: 3630 PUBLISHED: June 5, 12, 19, 26, 2014

FALLBROOK COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP PRELIMINARY AGENDAS FOR SUBCOMMITTEE MEETINGS COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP will meet at Live Oak School, 7 PM, Monday, June 16, 2014. Jim Russell, Chair 760-728-8081 Land Use Committee will not meet this month. Jack Wood, Chair 760-731-3193 Circulation Committee will meet at the Palomares House, 1815 Stage Coach Lane, at 2:00 PM Tuesday, June 10, 2014. Open Forum. Opportunity for members of the public to speak to the Circulation Committee on any subject matter within the committee’s jurisdiction but not on today’s agenda. Three minute limitation. Non-voting item, no discussion. Approval of the minutes for the meeting of May 13, 2014. Capital Improvement Projects - 2014. (Continued from April and May 2014s meeting) Review the list of projects proposed in April and add,/delete as appropriate. Rank the projects on the list in order of priority. County Planner Frank Arebalo, 858-3889. Circulation Committee. Community input. Voting Item. Road Improvement Projects – 2014 Review the list of projects approved for sealing and repaving in May and rank them by priority. County Planner Frank Arebalo, 858-3889. Circulation Committee. Community input. Voting Item. Anne Burdick, Chair 760-728-7828 Design Review Committee will not meet this month. Eileen Delaney, Chair 760-518-8888 Parks and Recreation Committee will not meet this month. Jackie Heyneman, Chair 760-728-5395 Public Facilities Committee will not meet this month. Roy Moosa, Chair 760-723-1181 PUBLISHED: JUNE 5, 2014

FALLBROOK PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING DISTRICT OFFICE BOARDROOM MONDAY, JUNE 23, 2014 990 E MISSION RD, FALLBROOK, CA 92028 BEGIN: 4:00 PM PHONE: (760) 728-1125 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing will be held by the Board of Directors of the Fallbrook Public Utility District (FPUD) on Monday, June 23, 2014, at 4:00 p.m., in the District Office Boardroom located at 990 East Mission Road, Fallbrook, California. The purpose of the Public Hearing is to adopt the final budget and rates for fiscal year 2014-2015 and water rates for the remainder of calendar year 2014. The proposed final budget and rates are available for public inspection prior to the Public Hearing at the FPUD District offices. Mary Lou Boultinghouse Secretary, Board of Directors Publish Dates: June 5, 2014 June 12, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-014130—Name of Business FETZER FARMS 31378 Club Vista Ln., Bonsall, CA 92003 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Terry Ervin Fetzer, 31378 Club Vista Ln., Bonsall, CA 92003 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 21, 2014 LEGAL: 3626 PUBLISHED: June 5, 12, 19, 26, 2014

Sherif f’s Log May 21 300 block W. Dougherty St. Recover stolen vehicle 200 block W. Clemmens Ln. Petty theft May 22 1400 block S. Mission Rd. Vandalism May 23 7900 block Camino Del Rey Runaway juvenile May 24 300 block Iowa St. Vandalism 400 block E. Elder St. Runaway juvenile Sandia Creek Dr. @ Rock Petty theft Mountain May 26 300 block Ammunition Rd. Stolen vehicle 1300 block S. Live Oak Park Rd. Arrest: Threaten crime w/intent to terrorize 4500 block Pala Rd. Commercial burglary 500 block Ammunition Rd. Arrest: Felony warrant De Luz Rd. @ Sandia Creek Dr. Arrest: Felony warrant May 27 40800 block De Luz Murrieta Assault w/deadly weapon (firearm) Rd. 1200 block S. Vine St. Lost article 1100 block Rainbow Crest Rd. Assault w/deadly weapon (not firearm) 6300 block W. Lilac Rd. Willful cruelty to child N. Old Hwy 395 @ Rainbow Arrest: Violate felony parole Valley May 28 700 block Alturas Ln. Arrest: Battery on spouse/date; felony warrant 400 block N. Main Ave. Vandalism 1200 block Pepper Tree Ln. Arrest: Drunk in public 900 block Alturas Rd. Residential burglary 6100 block Rainbow Heights Rd.Commercial burglary E. Mission Rd. @ N. Vine St. Lost article 2300 block Canyon Vista Commercial burglary 3500 block Olive Hill Rd. Petty theft 2200 block E. Mission Rd. Residential burglary 2300 block Gum Tree Ln. Commercial burglary 5200 block Fifth St. Petty theft 200 block Foxfire Ln. (#1) Arrest: Grand theft of fruit 200 block Foxfire Ln. (#2) Arrest: Grand theft of fruit May 29 500 block Alturas Rd. Arrest: Drunk in public 3200 block Toyon Hts. Rd. Lost article 1000 block Knoll Park Ln. Arrest: Carry concealed dirk or dagger 1400 block S. Mission Rd. Arrest (Juvenile): Minor possess smoking paraphernalia 1900 block Reche Rd. Petty theft May 30 3100 block S. Old Hwy 395 Arrest: Drunk in public; cited: possess up to 1oz marijuana 400 block Ammunition Rd. (#1) Arrest: Under influence of controlled substance; possess unlawful paraphernalia 400 block Ammunition Rd. (#2) Arrest: Possess controlled substance; under influence of controlled substance 600 block E. Elder St. Vehicle burglary 300 block N. Orange St. Arrest: Felony warrant 300 block S. Main Ave. Vandalism 800 block S. Main Ave. Violate temporary restraining order N. Main Ave. @ E. Alvarado Commercial burglary May 31 Sandia Creek Dr. @ Rock Stolen vehicle Mountain S. Mission Rd. @ Via Encinos Arrest: Drunk in public Dr. 1400 block S. Main Ave. Arrest (Juvenile): Resist officer 100 block Brandenburg Ln. Petty theft 400 block Merida Dr. Arrest: Drunk in public 3200 block Via Almonte Vehicle burglary; commercial burglary 700 block S. Main Ave. Arrest: Probation violation June 1 400 block Ammunition Rd. Arrest: Battery on spouse/date 1000 block Knoll Park Ln. Runaway juvenile 600 block S. Main Ave. Spousal abuse w/minor injury Beech St. @ S. Mission Rd. Arrest: Drunk in public 300 block W. Clemmens Ln. Arrest: Drunk in public 1000 block S. Main Ave. Child abuse/neglect 500 block Alturas Rd. Runaway juvenile 2400 block Via Del Robles Commercial burglary June 2 900 block Alturas Rd. Vehicle burglary

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Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor “All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us.” -- Gandalf, The Lord of the Rings


allbrook High School’s 2014 Valedictorian, Alyssa Johnson, 18, used her time wisely and as a result, emerged at the top of her class, with a 4.45 grade point average. “I’m very diligent; when I get my mind on something, I complete it,” Johnson explained. Johnson’s evident success with time management allowed her to keep up with a schedule comprised completely of Advanced Placement (AP) and Honors classes and be a member of the California Scholarship Federation (CSF) throughout her high school years. “At times, especially in my sophomore year, I felt like I was drowning in homework,” said Johnson. “Doing the homework, getting the grades, keeping up; the pressure to succeed is overwhelming at times.” Johnson’s life’s experiences have also taught her the value of time. With her father in the Marine Corps, last year was especially challenging for the family’s only child. “In 2013, my Mom battled breast cancer,” said Johnson. “However, now she has finished treatment and is doing well. It was just a very difficult thing to get through and still maintain my grades.” Johnson said over her life she has become accustomed to her Dad’s travel with his work and it has just been part of everyday life. “My Dad hasn’t been around a lot, but that’s all you know when you are military,” she said. Carrying five AP classes her senior year, Johnson said the best part was, “I loved all my teachers. I have never had a teacher at Fallbrook High that I didn’t like.” Post graduation, Johnson said she will pursue a bachelor’s degree in mathematics at University of California, San Diego (UCSD). She made the decision in her junior year of high school after being impressed with a math teacher. “My math teacher Mr. (Bill) Lenaway inspired me,” she said. “I really loved the way he taught and wanted to know math the way he did. It was very impressive to me. I knew then that I wanted to do something with math.” Johnson’s friends played a key role in supporting her success as well. “All the people I’ve met in high school, my friends, we have grown together,” she said. Johnson’s friends and closest peers were the group of 40 to 50 AP/Honor students that she

Christine Rinaldi photo shared all her classes with. “We were a close knit group,” said Johnson. “We all understood what each other was going through. We s t u c k together the whole time.” W h e n asked what advice

“We’ve accomplished so much – between school, family and world matters, that we have learned we are responsible for our own success,” -Alyssa Johnson s h e would give to incoming high school freshman, Johnson said, “Don’t compare yourself to anyone else. Just compare yourself to how you were yesterday.” When Johnson gave the keynote speech to her

fellow 2014 classmates at the school’s May 29 graduation ceremony, she focused on the connection between responsibility and success. “We’ve accomplished so much – b e t w e e n school, family and world matters, that we have

learned we are responsible for our own success,” she said. Johnson said she is ready to move on toward her next goal – of attending a top school within a close proximity to home – when she starts at UCSD in the fall. Even better,

her best friend, Christina Oh, will attend the same university. While Johnson enjoyed serious extra-curricular activities like being a member of the Fallbrook High School academic team, volunteering with Operation Smile, and tutoring younger students during her high school years, she found pleasurable escape from the everyday complexities of life in her favorite hobby – reading. “I really like fantasy novels and my favorite is “Lord of the Rings,” she said. “I like it because it is not realistic; it’s not something you see in everyday, normal life.” Johnson has endeavored to make everyday life wellplanned and used her time wisely, which has resulted in success beyond the norm. Or, as succinctly stated in The Lord of the Rings... “All’s well that ends better.” -- J.R.R. Tolkien To c o m m e n t o n t h i s s t o r y o n l i n e , v i s i t w w w.

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Potter Junior High School ASB president Jennifer Vizzuett speaks during the eighth grade promotion on May 29. Andrea Acevedo Carlos Acosta Lorena Aguilar Samuel Albino Bautista Taylor Alcantar Tanya Alcaraz Leonardo Alegria Luiz Alonzo Fabian Alvarado Jorge Alvarez Dylan Andersen Diana Andrade Jesus Angon Miguel Arenas Jose Rodolfo Arias David Armet Alex Arnold Randall Arnold Ivan Arteaga Julian Arteaga Liliana Arteaga Wigle Ashley Arzate Hernandez Ashton Michael Audet Graciela Avelar Reanna Avina Nahun Ayala Stephanie Bailon Mendoza Catrina Bamber Fernanda Barajas Lizbet Barajas Jacob Barnes Ivan Barrera Melissa Barrera Jasmine Barrientos Emily Bashara Chanelle Beaumont Heriberto Becerra Aurelia Bejarano Ordonez Emiliana Bejarano Ordonez Abilene Beltran Angelica Beltran Tomas Benavente Frances Billmeier Habraham Blancas Erandi Borge Maria Borja Lilyanna Borst Brandy Bowlin Joseph Braschler Hope Brewer Nicholas Brown Amber Buehman Jayson Bulaoro Colton Bulger BriAnn Byrd Meghan Byrne Brayden Byrnes Juan Cabrera Jacob Cain Justin Campbell Riley Campbell Lauren Campe Selena Campos Jonathan Cappiello Teresa Caralampio Ivan Cardenas Collin Carnahan Nathan Carner Guadalupe Carrillo Zolinn Cass Sarah Castaneda Jesus Castaneda Francisco Suzetty Castellanos Luis Castillo Emmeline Castro Leslie Castro Melchor Andrae Cerrato Juliana Cervera Janet Chavez Zuleima Chavez Martinez Brian Cifuentes Marcus Clarke Cameron Cohen Jamie Contreras Juan Contreras Raul Contreras Chloe Corrales Enrique Correa Johanna Cortave Evelyn Cortes Vincent Costa Mayra Crescencio Giselle Cruz Elias Cunningham Sanchez Jacqueline Damian Miranda Morgan Davidson

Sebastian De Los Santos Anthony Delgado Mateo Delgado Betz Colin Deming Nicole Denny Miles Dewhirst Amber Dixon Juanita Donan Rosa Duarte Ramirez Quintin Duncan Salvador Duran John Eastom Olivia Engebretson Jesus Escobar Alexis Escobedo Daniel Escobedo Correa Fred Esquivel Roxana Esquivel Martinez Melisah Fernandez Jonah Fledderman Jaquelin Flor Chamu Angel Flores Emmanuel Flores Raul Flores Ronaldo Fonseca Mia Frame Brianna Fulton Urbano Galicia Christopher Galindo Faith Gallan Jose Galvan Lea Gamillo Alexis Garcia Bibiana Garcia Brian Garcia Janeth Garcia Kareli Garcia Luis Gustavo Garcia Brenda Garcia Jurado Michelle Garitachea Leony Gaspar Brooke Gibson Luke Gillcrist Jordan Gomez Ana Gomez Rocha San Luis Rey Gomez Rocha Daniela Gonzalez Fernando Gonzalez Jessy Gonzalez Marisol Gonzalez Alexis Gonzalez Vazquez Matthew Green Dillon Gunther Amanda Gutierrez Cynthia Gutierrez Esmeralda Gutierrez Luis Gutierrez Edward Haas Paige Hammerschmidt Haley Hardy Micayla Harrington Aidan Hayek Ethan Heck Alex Hernandez Daisy Hernandez Jonathan Hernandez Miguel Hernandez Oscar Hernandez Josue Herrera Eric Hightower Jacob Hizel Andrea Hoffman Victor Infante Nathan Jacukowicz Gloria Janey Tyler Jenkins Sebastiana Jesus Erick Jimenez Itza Linette Jimenez Brett Johnson Cynthia Jones Roman Jones Zachary Jones Petrona Juan Pedro Randy Kasa Tyler Kazen Skyler Kennedy Shaylee Kirby Christian Kittle Collin Kooyman Taylor Kudenov Matthew Kuhn Ashlie Lackey Sophia Lang Justin Larson Jocelyn Leach

Nicole Leonard Liliana Licon Hannah Lieberman Gerardo Lita Edson Lizarraga Compean Samuel Loa Anthony Long Alejandrina Lopez Paola Lopez Sheyla Lopez Alexzander Lowman Gonzalo Lucas Esteban Jorge Lucas Lucas Christian Lyntton Angelica Magallanes

Francisco Munoz Arrielle Munsinger Caroline Murphy Sedona Murray Timothy Murray Nicole Navetta Juan Negrete Magallanes Samantha Newman Tommy Nguyen Taylor Nielsen Natalie Nieto Andrew Nihart Tomas Nolasco Lopez Chase Norfolk Al Renier Norona Triniti Nowicki Ariana Null Anay Ochoa Evan O’Leary Gage Oppenborn Emanuel Ordonez Gonzalo Ordonez Jonathan Orozco Samuel Ortega Erick Ortiz German Ortiz Joshua Ortiz Enrique Ortiz Aguilar Gianella Ozuna Ramon Pamatz Carly Pancher Antonio Viliano Pascual Juan Cameron Paul Andrea Pedroza Ashley Perez Brian Perez Caren Perez George Perez Jose Perez Nicole Perez Luis Perez Calderon Johnathan Peterson Andrew Piamonte

Jacob Hizel celebrates his promotion to high school with style. Juan Magana Robledo Danielle Main Mikel Maldonado Julissa Manrriquez Melissa Manrriquez Alexandra Mariscal Francisco Mariscal Cesar Martinez Gabriel Martinez Jesica Martinez Jose Fredy Martinez Leslie Martinez Sergio Martinez Verenice Martinez Yaquelin Martinez Dan Mason Maribel Mateo Caleb Maxwell Levi McAdams Domanick McCormack Lance McNatt Jose Mendez Victoria Mendez Yerry Mendez Samantha Mendoza Carlos Mendoza Muniz Caroline Miller Daniel Milton Andrew Mings Rosalina Miramontes Viviana Miramontes Abel Miranda Pamela Miranda Evan Molden Robyn Moon Giovanny Morales Cristian Moralez Alejandra Moreno Elias Moreno

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Kenya Rivas Adrian Rivera Felipe Rivera Gisselle Rivera Anthony Robert Mariana Robles Kevin Rocha Torres Marlen Rodriguez Adrian Rojas Emma Rojas Emmanuel Rojas Maria Roman Rachel Romero Cortez Justin Romo Leslie Romo Shyloh Roque Jake Routh Victoria Russell Iman Saadat Anayeli Saavedra Cheyla Salazar Monica Saltz Micaelinda Salvador Rosalinda Salvador Vanesa Salvador Jorge Sanabria Martinez David Sanchez Denise Sanchez Lucia Sanchez Yesica Sanchez Roman Sanchez Morales Sophia Sandoval Corona Jesus Santana Juan Santiago Jennifer Santos Trujillo Alexandria Scane Goodheart Eric Scrape Bryanna Seawright Dulce Serrano Tovar Paula Serrano Tovar Aylana Seva Klearance Simpson Dasha Slaughter Jayden Smith Jose Luis Solano Mayra Sosa Zafra Christian Soto Daniel Stagg Grace Marie Strong Ezra Stutz Liliana Suarez Riley Sullivan Alexa Sykes Ashley Tanner Albert Tapia Robert Tappendorf Brenden Taulty Leslie Templos Juan Teran Flores Harper Throop Anastazi Tomacelli Luis Tomas Victor Torres Erika Torrescano Antonia Tovar Joseph Traner Natalie Travers Jessica Valdez Padilla Summer Van Haeren Valerie Varela Arturo Vargas Emily Vargas Levi Vargas Jennifer Vargas Rodriguez Liliana Velasquez Celso Victoriano Castaneda Jose Luis Vielma Juan Vigil Humberto Vivanco Jennifer Vizzuett Zachary Wallace Trevor Walsh Alyssa Ware Sierra Webb Natalie Weber Kealani Winchester Michael Womack Tallula Wray Steigman Walker Yorba Waylon Yorba Abigail Zamora Jose Zamudio Yanet Zaragoza Bethany Zarazinski Jose Alberto Zazueta Vincent Zeledon Benjamin Zepeda

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Fallbrook Union High School

Class of 2014

Diploma in hand, a graduate looks across the large crowd present at the graduation ceremony for the Fallbrook High Class of 2014. Kayla Mae De Ocampo Abille Rhiannon Lyn Adair Nicholas Adams Alyette Janine Afont Maribel Aguilar Bartolo Alfonso Alcantar Fernando Alcaraz Cervantes Kayla Erin Aleman Madison Claire Ann Alexander Hailey Grace Allen Sanders Steven Altamirano Jeam Kamylle Apostol Bo Malik F. Aranda Anthony Paul Arellano Viridiana Arevalo Katrina Bonifacio Argamosa Armando Arias Amy Stacey Arias Aviles Brian Joseph Arnold Madison Paige Ashbrook Jorge Avelar Crystal Francine Avila Freddy Avila Krisly Michelle Badilla Anthony Devin Baker



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Emily Susana Casillas Ashley Hanizitzi Castañeda Joseph Benjamin Ceja Duro Raul Cerda Hannah Camille Christiansen Cheyenne Marie Churuti-Powers Tyler Kristian Clark Katherine Addy Clay Elizabeth Shannon Collier Luis Colores Casey Jay Colvin Alejandro Contreras Gabriel Manuel Contreras Jose Enrique Contreras Tervino Cordova Misrail Correa Gerrylyn Grace Perez Cortado Gilberto Cortes Salvador Cortes Teresa Cortez Morgan Marie Costa Dylan Lee Crowell Abel Cruz Amanda Jean Cunningham Chet Alan Curtis Ricardo Damian Jordan Erica Danso Travis Nicholas Darrah McKaylyn Dawson Jonathan Daza Annay De Los Santos Sharay De Los Santos Jacqueline De Los Santos Encarnacion Alexander Delgado Derek Arthur Deming Jacey Alice Denny Ryan Morton Dewhirst Alonso Raul Diaz Justina Marie DiBacco Mario Alexander Diez Angela Christine DiMercurio Matthew Antonio Diogo Deanne Thaomy Do Ivan Domingo Elsie Isabella Dominguez Sinhai Dorantes Sho Robert Douglass Kierstin Claudette Dowden Hailey Marie Drew Garrett Patrick Duncan Taylor Michelle Louise Duncan John Duong Johni Michele Durbin Meagan Gentry Edgar Michael Garrett Edgar Danielle Elaine Eells Brittney Amanda Eldridge Ryan Lee Elliott Joshua Douglas Ellithorpe Osvaldo Ernesto Escobar Martin Antonio Escobedo Oscar Daniel Escobedo Jonathan Espinosa Daysy Elena Espinoza Ines Guadalupe Espinoza Keyla Sammay Espinoza Cynthia Jasmine Espinoza Caudillo Alejandro Estrada Marco Paul Estrada Valeria Castillo Estrella Anthony Joseph Fadaol Jr. Amanda Chase Rodriguez Fausto Rosa Citlati Favela Anne Marie Ferrer Tessa Maryse Fieri Ashley Figueroa Linette Flores Ruby Elizabeth Flores Amanda Catherine Foster Elbira Francisco Nicholas Martin Gambino Francisco Javier Garcia Jeanine Ashley Garcia Natividad Lorenzo Garcia Nicholas Joel Garcia Sabrina Garcia Gerardo Eduardo Garcia Aviles Andres Garcia Garcia

Indicating “14” with their fingers, three graduates proudly show they are members of the Fallbrook High School graduating class of 2014.

Fallbrook High School Class of 2014 Salutatorian, Deanne Do addresses her classmates at graduation on May 29. Melissa Marie Gibson Claire Louise Ginther Sarah Lillian Girgis Eleazar Gomez Enrique Galindo Gomez Leidy Milena Gomez Elva Leticia Gonzalez Johnathan Whitaker Gonzalez Josue Leobardo Gonzalez Santiago Urisdel Gonzalez Vanesa Gonzalez Kevin Ulises Gonzalez Gollaz Christian Thomas Gordon Deanna Alisa Gordon Anderson Sarah Rose Grantham Miranda Ashley Gravett Elizabeth Anna Greenfield Ariel Jewel Gregory Briseida Guzman Hayden Levi Haldi Madison Jana Hanson Paul Bentley Harriman Brad Richard Harris Quinn Thomas Harrison Talyon Robert Herman Christian Alexander Hernandez Claudia Berenice Hernandez Jose Leonardo Hernandez Roberto Hernandez Viviana Hernandez Rene Francisco Hernandez Herrera Anthony Alexander Herrera Heidi Herrera Aaron Scott Higginbotham Lauren Sumiye Hirota Griffin Richard Hitchcock Joseph Anthony Hoak Logan Paul Hofrichter Amanda Kay Holtz Brooke Renee Hranek Benjamin James Huff Tobias William Hughes Kaitlyn Cheryl Iacobacci Michele Selena Iniesta Drake Michael Jacobsen Lindsey Livier Jaime Alexandra London James Dylan Thomas James Jonathan Adrian Jara Rolando Antonio Jesus Alyssa Lene Johnson Cori Faye Johnson

Jake R. Johnson Kyle Christopher Jones Sean Dale Jones Casey Elizabeth Karl Chance Robert Alan Kazen Brenda Anne Kerr Paige Daphne Kirk Austen Joseph Kressin Joy Alice Megumi Kumagai James Thomas Kyle Ashley Lauren Lampert Jesse J. Landesman Kendall Ann Larson Makayla Rain Leal Claire Alexis LeBlanc Jessica Lechuga Alvarez Virginia Lemus Jacky Jennifer Leonzo Kiral Thomas Lepard Daniel Zachary LeTexier Danielle Jade Levan Isaac Zachary Loeb Quiocho Hayden Taylor Loer Guadalupe Lomeli Felicia Marie Lopez Lucia Francisca Lopez Ronny Lopez Rosanne Andrea Lopez Carlos Manuel Lucas Alejo Nataani Lugo Michelle Reese Madden Alexander Dimitrios Magos Tahoun Ochea Mahoney Megan Lillian Maldonado Hailee Nicole Mallette Grace Anai Marañon Victoria Rose Mares Estefania Mariscal Mc Ian Jay Martin Andrew Kahler Martinez Daniel Martinez Jonathan Jairo Martinez Jose Galileo Martinez Zachary Thomas Martinez Antonio De Jesus Martinez Erreguin Clarisa Mateo Elizabeth Mateo Juan Haley Mathes McCaffrey Colleen Alexandra McCarty Megan Rae McGoldrick Lyle Roy McGraw

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Kai Michael McMaster Riley Griffin Meier Nuri Melo Alan Mendez Moro Brandon Jesus Mendoza Eraclio Isaac Mendoza Boston Micheal Menossi Ismael Mercado Vivas Angelica Merida Lopez Anakaren Michel Madylin Brittney Miller Rafael Mina Rocha Jacob William Clancy Mitchell Tanner Dean Moffat Mariana Lizbeth Mondragon Luis Antonio Montes Baltazar Lucia Grace Montiano Olivia Rae Montiano Fernando Montillo Sarahi Morales Dana Lyn Munoz Reece Munsinger Juan Manuel Murillo Ofelia Salas Murillo Marissa Ann Murphy Leanna Lynn Myers Loriann Marie Myers Vanesa Nava Aurora Lidia Navarrete Charles Daryl Navera Jason William Neville Silvia Nieto-Duran Andres Nobili Tanner Hutchins Norfolk Anabell Tameka Norling Maria Guadalupe Oceguera Armando Manuel Ochoa Edith Ochoa Bautista Christina Lee Oh Victoria Olson Hope Leah Orcino Anna Ordonez Osvaldo Ordonez Diego Ordonez Tovar Abraham Ortiz Leon Molly Elizabeth Paige Irving Moises Palacios Pacheco Courtney Anne Payne Nicholas Grant Peavey Tristan Liam Perales Carlos Ruiz Perez Heidy Mareli Perez Vanessa Perez Yessica Perez Alayna Marie Pettigrew Karina Janet Pichardo Maria Aneli Pina Christian Manuel Pizano Ashley Aaron Polakof Chelsea Lynn Poyner Celeste Pozos Zachary Pryor Kevin Quintero Cynthia Quirino Carlos Venancio Ramirez Claudia Janette Ramirez Jessica Nicole Ramirez Joshua Cristian Ramirez Maria Soledad Ramirez Blake Edward Rasmussen Azucena Razo Darrin Anthony Reddingius

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Colin Alexander Simson Chandler Scott Smith Jacob Arthur Smyth Hannah Alexandra Snider Daisy Gricelda Solano Flores Marissa Angelin Solis Jorge Sosa Colores Alexis Soto Rosa Janet Soto Andrew Patrick Sparks Taylor Sydney Steele Aimee Estelle Steen Ryan William Stewart Connor Louis Stotz Anna Elizabeth Strahan Emily Claire Strickfaden Alexander Max Strizak George Dale Stroesenreuther Kellen Michael Stubbs Dylan Arthur Sullivan Victoria Anne Sullivan Lindsey Rene Swanson Brandon Akira Taylor Celeste Tellez James Christopher Thomas Janelle Kaaria Thomas Jared David Thomas Regina Azucena Tomas Gonzalez Hayley Marie Tork Victor Manuel Torres John Arthur Traner Makayla Virginia Trexler Jason Harold Tuch Hailey Marie Tucker Diane Camille Gabica Ungson Cesar Dhalua Urrutia Silvano Guadalupe Vaca Maria Guadalupe Valencia Isai Valvidares Ambrocio Hayden Nicholas Vanderstelt Eunice Varela Eloisa Abigail Vargas Leidi Cassandra Vargas Avalos Flor Mariana Vargas Beltran Diana Angelica Vasquez

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San Onofre School

FUESD board member Patty DeJong presents Gabriella Rodriguez with her certificate of promotion from San Onofre School. Alexander Acevedo Ashton Aulds Karin Avitia Chloe Brew Kaitlyn Cabrera Caely Davis Savannah Davis Nathan Echavez

Eighth grader Tyler Hundley receives his promotion certificate from Dr. Maurice Bernier, FUESD board member, on May 28.

Jeremy Eklund Paola Febus Gonzalez Jesse Fishback Christian Foster Daniel Gonzales Veronica Gonzales Ariana Hall Tyler Hundley

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Class of 2014

Lissette Salazar, Karin Avitia, and Katelynn Courtesy photos Smith were honored as “Most Improved” during the eighth grade promotion ceremony at San Onofre School.

Alexia Phifer Conner Jack Reese Diego Rico Christopher Riek Mackenzie Riley Emberleigh Rivera Jasiah Roberson Gabriella Rodriguez Noah Romero Kiara Ross Lissette Salazar Jorge Salazar

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Santa Margarita Academy Class of 2014

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Ivy High School

Shelby Houskeeper-Ahrend Studios photo Jacob Benjamin Adamus Esteban Enoc Alfaro Taylor Rae Avila Carlos Uriel Baca Felipe Baltazar

Misael Barranco Michael Adam Bart Israel Angel Bazan Yoana Lisbeth Beltran Michelle Ruthanne Bergin

Kaelyn Kristin Cambio Nikolai Amadeo Caughey Casey Marie Chambers Vanessa Sophia Copeland Jaqueline Carina Cruz

Class of 2014

Belen De La Rosa Dennis Lee Drake Omar Echeverria Huerta Marisol Estrada Mario Otoniel Figueroa Edwin Flores Jessica Nohemy Flores Victor C. Franco Vanessa Galvan Simon Garcia Clarissa Gonzalez David Rey Gonzalez Jose Pablo Gutierrez Miguel Angel Gutierrez Rosemary Hernandez Eric Hernandez Mendez Jasmine Herrera Melissa Catheren Herrera Dulce Annette Jimenez Kevin Daniell Jimenez Ryan Patrick Livingston Jesse Lopez Ricarda Michelle Lopez Nereida Lopez Ramirez Christina Marie Luna Alex Madrigal Brandon Stanley Maguire Martha Guadalupe Manzo Manzo

Ricardo Jaciel Martinez Felix Yordy Concepcion Medina Ruben Mendoza Lance William Michael Daisy Murillo Tristen Christopher Musso Miryea Marie Natera Monares Isabel Nunez Daniel Ontiveros Anna Marie Perez Cesar Alejandro Reyes Sabrina Elizabeth Riddick Christian Rocha Damian Rojas Nuhkyah OShae Romero Cesar Romero Montes Monica Linee Rubio Charley Salas Encarnacion Margarita Santiago Fernando DAquino F. Small Hernan Soto Luis Ignancio Soto Roberto Carlos Tapia Christian Dean Thomas Roberto Vargas Kayla Etta Wilson

Mary Fay Pendleton School

Class of 2014

Mary Fay students Kylyn McDonald and Collin Hoff are seen after their eighth grade promotion on May 27.

Courtesy photos Celebrating their eighth grade promotion at Mary Fay Pendleton School are, from left, Sadie Freund, Elena Quismorio, Megan Gregory, Kylyn McDonald, and Alyssa Marshall.

Madeline Abrego Kaleb Hunter Beckmann Gabriela Alessandra Bernal Bridges Shanice Josephine Emery Ashley Chapa Mark Kieth Cox Sirenamarie Sablan Cruz Todd Michael Featherston Sadie Ann Christine Freund Kaelana Lynn Garcia Karissa Monique Garcia Zanasia Towa Graham Meghan Michelle Gregory Jacob Tyler Grooms Charlie Aidan Guarino Taylor Mone’t Hammond Shamon Khiry Hill Collin Jacob Hoff Byanca Viviana Hutchins Desiree Ria Jones Zachary Pierce Jones Noah Blake Kennington

Oasis High School Class of 2014

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Jacob Matthew Oufnac Gage Isaac Pannell Angelina Gem Parker Elena Cruz Quismorio Ethan Thomas Rodriguez Kirsten Jade Manaloto Santos Nicholas Isaac Stevens Clayton Joe Thompson Brianna Makana Akua Toledo Katelyn Taylor Tracy Caleb August Tucker Mikaela Clara Veal Keagan Charles Benn Wallace Destyn K. Wheeler Sebastian Mason Mikko Winfield Matthew Scot Yazzie

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Boys lacrosse wins first round CIF playoff game Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent For the first time in the history of Fallbrook High School’s boys lacrosse program, the Warriors won a playoff game. The May 21 contest against Bonita Vista was also the first home playoff match in Fallbrook’s history. The Warriors prevailed by a 6-4 margin. “It was a good game,” said Fallbrook coach Paul Morgan. The Warriors scored the game’s first two goals and had a 4-3 halftime lead. “We never trailed the entire game, but they definitely pushed us,” Morgan said. All six of Fallbrook’s goals were scored by juniors. Chris Painter placed four shots into the net and Cortland Mangio had two goals. Fallbrook goalkeeper Matt Sandoval, who is also a junior, made 18 saves against the Barons and also had three ground balls. The game was attended by Fallbrook High School athletic director Patrick Walker, and the Fallbrook Warrior Lacrosse Club youth team players were also in the stands. “It was such an awesome experience,” Morgan said. “It was huge, especially with how much adversity the team had to go through this year,” Morgan said of the playoff win. “The team went through a lot of adversity.” The day before the season began two players, both of whom had been on the 2013 varsity, were lost due to academic ineligibility. Morgan, who himself graduated from Fullerton State University in May, had his own class commitments and couldn’t oversee his players’ academic situations. “That’s something that I’m going to make sure I focus on in the future,” he said. The future also includes development of youth feeder programs, but the 2014 Warriors didn’t receive that benefit. “We didn’t have the most talent,” Morgan said. “We didn’t have a lot of players.” A transfer to the Valley League is in the team’s near-term future. Fallbrook spent 2014 in the Avocado League, whose other members are all ranked in the top ten in San Diego County. The Warriors were 0-5 in league matches this year, although their overall regular-season record was 6-12. Fallbrook’s May 9 league loss at Carlsbad was one of the team’s more positive achievements. Last year the Lancers defeated Fallbrook by 16-2 and 16-4 scores. The April 2 game between the Warriors and Lancers in Fallbrook was a 12-2 Carlsbad victory. The May 9 final score was 10-5 in the Lancers’ favor, and Fallbrook had a 3-1 lead at one time. “We’ve been more competitive this season,” Morgan said. “I was able to get the kids to buy into the system.” The 2014 Warriors included four seniors, but the rest of the players are expected to return next year. “We retain roughly 90 percent of our offense,” Morgan said. Morgan is also expected to have Sandoval in goal for the 2015 season. “He basically kept us in every game,” Morgan said. “I have a great junior class that I’ve been with since they were seventh-graders,” Morgan said. “I’m getting more kids who want to play college lacrosse.” Morgan will also be adding current eighth-graders, including some he believes are ready to play at the varsity level as high school

freshmen. “Our youth program is really starting to take off,” he said. “It’s kind of exciting.” Fallbrook earned the eighth seed in the CIF Division II playoffs, which gave the Warriors the home game against ninthseeded Bonita Vista. The win over the Barons gave Fallbrook a quarterfinal playoff match May 24 at top-seeded Valley Center, whose 17-2 victory ended the Warriors’ season. “We couldn’t really match up,” Morgan said. Mangio scored one goal against the Jaguars. Daniel LeTexier, who was one of Fallbrook’s seniors, had the Warriors’ other goal. “Next year I really feel is our year,” Morgan said. “I feel that we’re going to have a lot of success.” To comment on this story online, visit

Fallbrook Warrior Chris Painter looks for an open teammate while battling a Bonita Vista defender during the first round of CIF playoffs in boys lacrosse on May 21. Fallbrook won the playoff game, 6-4.

A trio of Fallbrook Warriors chases down a Bonita Vista opponent who has possession of the ball during the first round of CIF playoffs on May 21.

Fallbrook Warrior Daniel LeTexier leans into a shot and scores a point against Bonita Vista on May 21. Final score: Fallbrook 6, Bonita Vista 4.

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Schaar signs let ter of intent to play tennis at Hartford Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Fallbrook High School senior Skyler Schaar signed a letter of intent to play tennis at the University of Hartford, on April 16. “I couldn’t be more excited about being part of the University of Hartford tennis program next year and for the next four years,” she said. “It’s like a reward that all my hard work has finally paid off.” Schaar has a full scholarship to Hartford; it is a partial athletic scholarship with merit-based scholarship money fulfilling the remainder of her collegiate financial requirements. Schaar also considered the University of California at Riverside, Montana State University, and the University of Oregon before choosing Hartford. “I think the biggest thing for me is how well I got along with the girls on the team and the coach,” she said. “I felt very comfortable around all of them and I just fell in love with the campus.” Torr Terranova is the Hartford coach. “We’re really excited,” he said of Schaar’s signing. “We’re looking forward to what Skyler can

bring to the table.” Hartford was 2-13 during the 2013-14 season, which was Terranova’s first as the head coach. The Hawks were 0-16 in 2012-13. “We wanted a large recruiting class this year,” Terranova said. “Right now we definitely have four new faces with a potential for six,” Terranova said. “We just need more kids to push each other and more kids to believe.” Multiple young players will have the opportunity to mature and work with each other together. “This recruiting class isn’t about one individual person,” Terranova said. “The entire recruiting class is going to be really good.” Schaar was born in Escondido, although her family lived in Fallbrook at the time. She is a lifelong Fallbrook resident who attended Maie Ellis Elementary School, La Paloma Elementary School, and Potter Junior High School before her four years at Fallbrook High School. “I just think it’s a great experience for me to go on the East Coast for college,” she said. “We always like California kids,” Terranova said. “You know they

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Fallbrook High tennis player Skyler Schaar, center, signs a letter of intent to the University Shane Gibson photo of Hartford with her coach, Dave Ramirez, left, and Fallbrook High athletic director, Patrick Walker. have the ability to play outside a lot.” Schaar played no other sports in high school. She was involved in dance and gymnastics when she was younger and was also in Girl Scouts from kindergarten through sixth grade. Schaar began playing tennis when she was 8 years old. “My dad kind of put me into it. He thought that I had good hand-eye coordination,” Schaar said. “He wanted me to give it a try, and I just fell in love with it.” Schaar initially took lessons at the Pala Mesa tennis club with coach Mark Littrell. Schaar credits Littrell with building her game and helping her fall in love with the sport. “He was such a great coach,” Schaar said. Schaar was on Fallbrook High School’s varsity all four years. Fallbrook High School coach Dave Ramirez also gives private lessons at the Fallbrook Tennis Club, and Schaar began working with Ramirez when she was in tenth grade. “I really couldn’t have done it without him,” she said. Schaar also noted the importance of her family’s involvement. “It was tough at times,” she said. “Very proud of her and her work and the commitment,” Ramirez said of Schaar’s scholarship. “I’m very happy for her.”

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Ramirez noted that ranked players do not need to participate in high school tennis to obtain scholarships but that many Fallbrook High School players still participate on the Warriors team. “They care about the team and they care about giving back,” he said. “She’s a good example.” In September 2006, Schaar won the Girls 10 Singles division of the Fallbrook Fall Junior Satellite Tournament. A satellite tournament sanctioned by a United States Tennis Association affiliate such as the Southern California Tennis Association allows players to earn section rankings. In January 2012, Schaar and Nataliya Yamkova won the Girls 16 Doubles division at the Fallbrook Winter Junior Satellite Tournament. In July 2012, Schaar teamed with Samantha Hodges of Encinitas to win the Girls 16 Doubles championship at the Fallbrook Junior Open tournament. In July 2013, Schaar and Hodges won the Girls 18 Doubles title at that tournament. Schaar participated in the Ojai Valley Tennis Tournament in April 2014. Although she lost in the second round, she was one of a limited number of players who were accepted for the tournament. “It was

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a great experience for me,” she said. She also broke into the top 100 in the Southern California Tennis Association rankings; the 93rd position was her highest ever. “That was like a pretty good accomplishment for me,” Schaar said. “She’s improved a great deal,” Ramirez said. During her freshman CIF season in 2010, Schaar and Hailey Hicks reached the Avocado East League doubles quarterfinals before a loss to the top-seeded Vista duo. In 2011, Fallbrook was undefeated in league competition to win the team league championship while Schaar teamed with Yamkova to win the Avocado East League tournament doubles championship. Schaar considers Fallbrook’s undefeated league season and league championship in her sophomore year to be her favorite high school memory. Schaar, who teamed primarily with Yamkova, was 30-9 overall during the 2011 season including 24-2 in league competition. Schaar and Yamkova reached the second round of the CIF tournament that year. Schaar’s 2012 season included singles play, doubles matches with Yamkova, and doubles play with Hailey Tucker. Schaar’s 48 competitions produced a 40-8 overall record including a 29-1 Avocado West League figure. Schaar and Yamkova finished second in the league doubles tournament and reached the round of 16 in the CIF tournament. During her senior year, Schaar played only singles, posting 2013 records of 31-7 overall and 20-3 in league play. She placed third in the Avocado West League singles tournament and reached the round of 16 in the CIF tournament before losing to top seed and eventual champion Jessica Failla of Ramona. “I loved the girls,” Schaar said about her Fallbrook High School teams. Although Schaar was not involved in any other Fallbrook High School extracurricular activities, she was active in the Fallbrook Presbyterian Church youth group. Schaar is leaning towards a business and marketing major. “Hartford has one of the top business schools on the East Coast,” she said. “We were really looking at kids who are interested in working hard,” Terranova said. “We want to recruit the overall package student-athlete.” Schaar hopes to work in tennis in some capacity after her college graduation. “If I could play professional tennis, that would be amazing,” she said. She also mentioned the possibility of teaching tennis. “Just going to see what life brings me,” Schaar said. “I think she has high character and is of high integrity,” Terranova said. “I wouldn’t be me without tennis. I couldn’t see myself doing anything else in college,” Schaar said. “We definitely expect her to play a lot,” Terranova said. “I just can’t wait to see what I do on the team,” Schaar said. “I can’t wait to help the team.” To comment on this story online, visit


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WASHINGTON, D.C. – In celebration of National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition (PCFSN) proudly released its 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award winners, one of which is Kathleen Ann Cordes of Fallbrook. Cordes is a groundbreaking collegiate coach and athletic director. Presented annually since 2007, the Lifetime Achievement Award is given to individuals whose careers have greatly contributed to the advancement or promotion of physical activity, fitness, sports, and nutrition-related programs nationwide. Recipients are selected by members of PCFSN based on the span and scope of an individual’s career, the estimated number of lives they have touched, and the impact of their legacy. Cordes has served as a professor emerita, chair, coach, director, and is a well-known author of textbooks in the recreation field. During her career, she served as one of the first female directors of men and women’s athletics in the country; the first female varsity coach at University of Notre Dame; and first athletic director of Saint Mary’s College, Norte Dame, Ind.

Pierce named 2014 Guggenheim Fellow FALLBROOK – Niles A. Pierce, a native of Fallbrook and professor of applied and computational mathematics and bioengineering at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), is one of only two engineers nationwide to be named a 2014 Guggenheim Fellow by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Pierce is working to engineer programmable molecular instruments capable of reading out and regulating the state of biological circuitry within intact biological organisms. In this pursuit, his laboratory has contributed to the founding of the new discipline of molecular programming, developing molecular mechanisms, design principles, and computational algorithms that enable the rational design and construction of dynamic molecular devices. Guggenheim Fellowships are awarded based on prior achievement and exceptional promise, aiming to provide Fellows with blocks of time in which they can work with as much creative freedom as possible. Pierce is the oldest of four children of Fallbrook residents Michael and Elizabeth Pierce. He graduated from Fallbrook High School in 1989 and went on to receive his undergraduate degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering at Princeton University. He attended University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar for a doctoral degree in applied mathematics. He joined the Caltech faculty in 2000.

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JUNE 5, 2014 Tips to reduce the chance of being a victim of a car burglary • Lock all doors and close all windows • Never leave a car running • Don’t leave valuables in plain sight inside a vehicle (use trunk if need) • Leave no trace – remove docking stations, cell phone chargers, connector cables, etc. • Never leave keys in the ignition • Remove the face plate of an after-market stereo (without a faceplate it is difficult to remove it and fence it) • Park in busy, well-lit and welltraveled areas • Use car alarm • Mark valuables – record serial numbers for insurance claims When suspicious activity is seen, call the Sheriff ’s Dept. communications center at (858) 565-5200.


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May 12, but actual negotiations will not begin until June, when the current collective bargaining agreement expires, stated FUHSD superintendent Dale Mitchell. While the entire contract and its articles are open for negotiations, district representatives have determined that several articles will intentionally be discussed. According to the meeting agenda, some of the terms of contract that will be reviewed include evaluations, in-service training, compensation, insurance, work weeks and hours of work, full-time and part-time unit members, vacations and holidays, absences and leaves, and durations. Because negotiations have not begun, specific details and expectations for the meetings have not been clearly stated. However, there was a small outline on each agenda item to explain basic ideas for negotiations. In regards to in-service training, the district stated the representatives will discuss options and the need for a professional growth committee. In regards to evaluations, the agenda stated that the board would discuss “frequency of probationary


from page A-1 A 5-0 Rainbow board vote May 27 approved the procedure for reviewing the applications which were received by the May 22 deadline, and a June 9 special meeting will discuss the results of the reviews by individual board members. “The board gave us a process on what to do with the applications at this point,” Buckley said. On April 7, the Rainbow board approved a $190,000 annual contract for Buckley to be both general manager and chief finance officer while authorizing a search to replace Buckley as general manager so that he could focus on one major position. The board sought an internal search process rather than utilization of a thirdparty recruiter. “They had asked inhouse staff to begin the process,” Buckley said. The application period closed May 22. “We have approximately 30 applicants,” Buckley said. The process approved May 27 involves individual board members visiting the Rainbow district office to review the applicants and select which ones are sufficiently qualified for face-to-face interviews. The Brown Act prevents a majority of board members from conducting business without a noticed public hearing, so the process with single board members reviewing the applications meets the state legal requirements. “Right now they don’t know who each other has chosen,” Buckley said. The June 9 special meeting will provide board members with each other’s short-list selections and determine how many different applicants have been selected for the next phase. “It would narrow it down from the 30,” Buckley said. The June 9 meeting will likely determine how many of those candidates are selected for interviews. To comment on this story online,

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“These have been crimes of opportunity and were very p r e v e n t a b l e , ” Ya v n o s a i d , explaining that there is no “crime spree” going on. “Our numbers are actually down five percent this year, it’s just that the public can do a lot to reduce the number.” According to the Sheriff’s Dept., since November of 2013, there have been 116 car burglaries reported in the Fallbrook jurisdiction with a cumulative loss of $122,000. Yavno said many victims have been unable to file claims for their losses because they don’t carry the “comprehensive” option on their car insurance. “We have seen a distinct trend that drivers are dropping the comprehensive category on their insurance due to rising costs,” he said. “So, they end up with no coverage for a car burglary.” Yavno cited four cases that stood out amongst those under investigation.

evaluations” and the “appeal of evaluation.” “Probationary evaluations are implemented when an employee is new to the position,” explained Mitchell. “The probationary period is one year for employees new to the district and six months for those who are existing employees. C u r r e n t l y, p r o b a t i o n a r y evaluations occur at the fourth and eighth month. We will discuss whether or not this works best for all parties.” In regards to insurance, and fulltime and part-time unit members, the representatives will discuss language, implications, and improvement of descriptions. In regards to compensation, representatives will discuss the bilingual stipend and implementation of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). “LCFF is the Local Control Funding Formula which is the new way schools are funded,” said Mitchell. “Base revenue limit funding no longer exists. This means that SEIU and the district, relative to Section 7, need to discuss alternative wording.” The representatives will also discuss the five percent issue associated with a promotion. “The district is seeking

The first involved a professional photographer who lost $3,000 in camera equipment after leaving her car door unlocked outside a local pharmacy. “In another case, $16,000 worth of hang gliding equipment was stolen out of an unlocked vehicle inside a garage that had been left open overnight,” said Yavno. The third case involved a vehicle that was locked and parked in a driveway, but several enticing valuables had been left in plain view inside the car. “One could easily see a laptop, iPad, purse (with $3,000 cash inside), and other bags inside the vehicle,” said Yavno. “She had just cashed two paychecks and had left the money in her purse.” The final case he cited was one that led to the possibility of a second crime. “One victim had 10 checks stolen from inside an unlocked car, which also increased the chance of identify theft,” he said. “I am working on an identity theft case right now that started with a car break-in, because their ID

clarification from SEIU as to what this contract language means and how it is implemented,” said Mitchell. In regards to the employees’ work week and hours of work, representatives will discuss vacation payout and vacation carry-over, including the holidays during a unit member’s vacation period. Negotiations will also include holidays discussion, specifically addressing the pay for 4th of July if employees work the day before or the day after. In regards to absences and leaves, representatives will discuss enforcing sick leave, workman’s compensation, and extended illnesses for probationary employees. Finally, in regards to duration, representatives will discuss contract term and reopeners. “Negotiations should go well and to the benefit of all parties,” said Mitchell. “However, they may not be completed prior to a new superintendent starting to work.” The district is currently seeking Mitchell’s successor as he is retiring a few days after the start of the 2014-2015 school year. To comment on this story online, visit


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was left inside the vehicle.” Yavno said while a few suspects are arrested relating to burglaries, the majority of the time detectives aren’t able to get good leads to follow through on. “It’s difficult getting quality fingerprints or DNA samples from a vehicle; most of the time there are many prints and they are smudged and unusable,” he said, noting this is due to the wide variety of prints found on most vehicles – from drivers, passengers, mechanics, car wash personnel, etc. “However, when we do get a lead, it usually leads to a much bigger investigation,” he explained. While some car burglaries are committed by forced entry, such as a window being broken or door forced open, those are in the

minority, at 30 percent. Yavno also explained that certain time periods and specific roadways in Fallbrook have the greatest incidents of these crimes. “Most of the car burglaries [in the past six months] happened between 10 p.m. and 3 a.m. along South Mission Road, Alturas Road, Ammunition Road, South Main Avenue, and West Beech Street,” he said. Yavno said he wanted to get the public service information out to the community specially because of the time of the year. “With the summer months coming up, I am really trying to get the word out for people to try and help prevent these crimes,” he said. To comment on this story online, visit

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We’ll discuss how to live with wildlife and the best ways to attract beneficial species. Each class limit is 50 attendees, so please make Your hosts and lecturers will be pre-paid reservations soon before they fill up. Jacob Hatch Owner of Hatch Aquatics. With years Fee for set of four lectures and tour is $45 per of installing and maintaining natural ponds and person. Single session fee is $20 per person. waterways, and a Permaculture Design Course graduate, Jacob has installed earthworks with some of the biggest names in permaculture.

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Education San Onofre students appreciate firefighters SAN ONOFRE – The recent fires were very destructive and threatening to many communities. Families in San Onofre housing on Camp Pendleton had to evacuate as fires spread close to their homes. The community was very grateful for the tiring and seemingly endless work required to contain these fires. To show their appreciation, San Onofre students held a “Heroes

Welcome” for Camp Pendleton firefighters. Classes made banners, cards, and flags to show their gratitude for these heroes. Several classes sang songs to honor these firefighters, including Mrs. Leech’s preppie kindergarteners. The San Onofre community has expressed that they are grateful to have such dedicated, hard-working people protecting them.

Jones graduates with master’s degree FALLBROOK – On May 17, Brian M. Jones graduated with a master of science degree in hotel administration from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Jones received his bachelor of science degree in recreation and sport management/professional golf management from UNLV in 2011. He was a 2006 graduate of Fallbrook High School and is currently the assistant general manager at Tuscany Golf Club in Henderson, Nev.

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San Onofre students and staff hold a ‘thank you’ banner to show their appreciation for firefighters that helped their families.

Ramos graduates from US Naval Academy ANNAPOLIS, MD. – U.S. Navy Ensign Daniel M. Ramos Jr., son of Marine Master Sergeant Daniel Ramos (Ret.) and Maria Ramos of Fallbrook graduated from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. on May 23 and was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Navy. Ensign Ramos successfully

completed four years of intensive academic, physical, and professional training, resulting in a bachelor of science degree with a major in mechanical engineering. As a graduate of the U.S Naval Academy, Ensign Ramos completed a four-year, total immersion program where a strong, balanced academic

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program, focused on the educational needs of the Navy and Marine Corps, is superimposed on a strict, professional military training environment emphasizing the development of leadership skills. Following graduation, Ensign Ramos has been assigned to Guided Missile Destroyer USS Sterett and Nuclear Power School thereafter where he will continue studies and training in nuclear power plant propulsion for assignment to duty aboard a U.S Navy Aircraft Carrier. Considered one of the top educational institutions in the country, the U.S. Naval Academy was founded in 1845 and has graduated more than 60,000 men and women as Naval and Marine Corps Officers. Its graduates include 4,000 Admirals and Generals, one President, 200 members of Congress, three Governors, 73 Medal of Honor winners, one Nobel Prize winner, and 40 astronauts. Ensign Ramos is a 2010 graduate of Fallbrook High School.

Lifepoint offers Vacation Bible School FALLBROOK – “International Spy Academy” is the theme for the Vacation Bible School at LifePointe Church (formerly Fallbrook First Baptist) at 221 North Main Ave. Registration will be held Tues., June 10 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The Bible school will be held on Tuesday nights from 5:30 to 8 p.m. beginning June 17 through July 15. For more information, call (760) 728-7771 or email isaheadquarterslifepointe@gmail. com.

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Fallbrook High 2014 graduates earn $2.4 million in scholarships FALLBROOK – Once again the local community, as well as corporate sponsors, has shown their support for members of the graduating class at Fallbrook High School. In a ceremony held May 27 in the Bob Burton Center for the Performing Arts, 122 graduating seniors in the Class of 2014 were awarded scholarships totaling in excess of $2.4 million dollars. These scholarships reflect only those given by local groups, corporate sponsors and the school themselves; they do not include the state and federal monies supplied to assist students with higher education. There were a few awards of note, as Quinn Harrison received

a Congressional appointment to the United States Naval Academy and seniors Sarah Grantham and Christian Rudisell both received Army ROTC scholarships. Sarah will be attending Texas Christian University, which makes her scholarship award worth $170,000 over four years and Christian will continue his education at Arizona State University making his scholarship worth $134,000 over four years. These are notable accomplishments because only the top one percent of seniors nationwide received military academy appointments and, of the 70,000 applicants nationwide, only 3,000 received

ROTC scholarships. Even more remarkable, of the 3,000 ROTC scholarship recipients, only 1,000 received four awards. San Diego State recruiting operations officer for Army ROTC Fred DeMag noted that of the 18 schools in San Diego County with Army ROTC scholarship recipients, Fallbrook High School is the only school with multiple awardees. “The awards ceremony is a wonderful celebration of the accomplishments of the graduating senior class and a fantastic representation of the great things that students are doing on our campus daily,” said Principal Rod King. “Congratulations to all the scholarship awardees of

the Fallbrook High School Class of 2014.” College and career counselor Tony Morrow added, “Warriors continue to do great

things after they graduate and play a large role in shaping the future of the world. We are extremely proud of our students.”

Noreen Ring, left, on behalf of the Fallbrook Art Association, awards Fallbrook High senior Heidi Herrera with a scholarship for college.

Fallbrook High School senior Sarah Grantham, right, receives $170,000 in scholarship funds from the Army ROTC, presented by Fred DeMag. Grantham will be attending Texas Christian University.

Shane Gibson photos Diane McAllister, right, on behalf of the Fallbrook Democratic Club, awards Fallbrook High senior Nicholas Peavy with funds to help him through college.

Christine Moosa, right, on behalf of the Fallbrook Republican Women Federated, awards Fallbrook High seniors from left: Brittney Zelasco, Tessa Fieri, and Joellen Banks with college scholarship funds.

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Entertainment Music societ y launches new season July 23 with patriotic concert FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Music Society will launch its 37th season on Wednesday, July 23, with a patriotic community concert featuring the renowned Marine Corps 3rd Wing Aircraft Concert Band, MCAS Miramar at Pala Mesa Resort. In honor of members of the military, past and present, their families, and those who made the ultimate sacrifice for America, more than 2,000 free tickets for this concert will be made available at Camp Pendleton and Miramar and at several locations in Fallbrook. “Fallbrook Music Society’s board of directors took this bold step to provide free tickets to this summer ‘happening’ for our active military members, their families, and also for our community’s residents,” said Ann Murray, executive director of Fallbrook Music Society. “We are encouraging our traditional summer concert patrons, and all members of the Fallbrook community, to strongly support this effort by becoming a concert

sponsor and purchasing a reserved table – with the proceeds helping to underwrite the costs to produce this event.” The Third Marine Aircraft Wing Band was established for service during WWII, and has deployed numerous times throughout its history. All members of the band are combat-trained Marines. In addition to the MCAS Concert Band with a broad range of rousing patriotic music, the program includes the Cameron Highlanders Pipe Band of San Diego County, which is now the oldest continually performing bagpipe band in California, and one of the oldest in the United States. The concert will begin with a color guard presentation by members of Fallbrook’s own Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1924. Gates open at 5:30 p.m., with the concert beginning at 7. Patrons can choose to bring their own picnic dinners, or preorder a picnic dinner from Pala Mesa Resort ($15/person) which

Movie explores af termath of suicide bombing OCEANSIDE – On Sunday, June 8, the North County Film Club will be showing the film “The Attack.” This film is about an assimilated Arab surgeon who seems to have it all with a promising career in Tel Aviv. That changes after a devastating terrorist suicide bombing. His wife is found among the

dead as the primary suspect. The doctor resolves to find out why his wife had such strong convictions that she kept the secret from him. The film will be shown at 3 p.m. at the Digiplex Theater in Oceanside (Mission and College). For further information see or call (760) 500-1927.

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to bring blankets and low-backed chairs for lawn seating. Pala Mesa Resort is located at 2001 Old Highway 395, Fallbrook.

Marine Corps 3rd Wing Aircraft Concert Band, MCAS Miramar will play during the Fallbrook Music Society concert at Pala Mesa on July 23.

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Members of the Southern CA Damekor perform during a flag raising ceremony at Balboa Park to mark the 200th anniversary of the signing of Norway’s Constitution on May 17. Damekor members are from both San Diego and Riverside counties. Courtesy photo TEMECULA – The Southern CA Damekor will present a short program of spring music from Scandinavia at 3 p.m. Sunday, June 8 at The Little Viking Scandinavian Specialty Gift Shop, 28465 Old Town Front St. in Temecula. Admission is free and all are invited. The Damekor’s program will include the debut of a stunning arrangement by Damekor’s own Lorian Dunlop of “La de gå” (“Let It Go”) from the hit movie “Frozen.” The program will also include songs from ABBA, a new national song commemorating the bicentennial celebration of Norway’s Constitution Day, as well as songs from Norway, Sweden, Iceland and Finland. The Southern CA Damekor is a women’s vocal and instrumental ensemble specializing in choral music from Scandinavia. They have just released their very first recording, Glade Jul (Joyful Christmas), which is now available for sale. For more information about the concert on June 8, to book a performance, or to audition to sing in the group, contact the director, Lynne Bradley at In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Labor Policy, The Village News will not publish any advertisement for employment that discriminates on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. The Village News encourages equal opportunity in the workplace.

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FALLBROOK - Curb appeal can have a dramatic impact on prospective home buyers. Landscaping improvements and renovations to the outside of the home create a strong first impression, with many feeling a home with an appealing exterior has an equally impressive interior. A patio is one area of a home that can boost a home’s appeal and value, while also providing a great place for entertaining and outdoor living and dining. Many homeowners waver when choosing a material for their patio, because each material has its own advantages and disadvantages. A backyard patio is a place where friends and family members can convene in the nice weather to enjoy dining al fresco. In the cooler months, a patio is a great place to gather around a fire pit and warm chilly toes while sipping mugs of hot cocoa. When designing a patio, homeowners must make a host of decisions, not the least of which is choosing a patio material Wood, stone, concrete, paving blocks, and tile all can be used to create appealing and functional patios. Because of the widespread availability of concrete, pavers and wood, many patios are constructed of these materials. Concrete Concrete allows for a long-lasting patio surface. Using the popular colored and “stamped” concrete, homeowners can enjoy more colors, textures, and designs than ever before. The new technology in tinting and styling enables concrete to look like other expensive stone materials at a fraction of the cost of stone. For the experienced mason, pouring concrete is a relatively easy job. It may be more difficult for the novice doit-yourselfer because laying concrete requires knowledge of grading and also installing spacers correctly to deter cracking. Because concrete is not as labor-intensive as some other materials, homeowners may save some money if they choose concrete. Concrete is durable, but over time, cracking can be inevitable. Some concrete requires the application of a sealant every few years to protect coloring and durability. Around pools, concrete can become slippery when wet if the surface wasn’t properly finished with an anti-skid method.

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Pavers provide a very attractive patio surface and can be easily replaced individually if needed. Labor-intensive to install, pavers need to be set on a level surface with polymeric sand used underneath and in-between to alleviate shifting.

Patio choices abound enhance home value, appeal A stone or tile surface lends an elegant look and texture to a patio surface.

Wood can be installed as a patio or deck surface but is a relatively high maintenance choice due to weathering. It is important to regularly keep a protective finish on it.

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Paving stones Many homeowners gravitate toward paving stones because their varied texture and shapes can create quite an appealing look. If installed correctly, pavers will not crack and it is possible to easily add on to an original design because of the portability of these stones. And because they can be moved, pavers can be repaired from underground and stones can be replaced without any demolition. Homeowners like that pavers can quickly make a yard look high-end. Although pavers can be installed as a do-it-yourself project, such installation can be labor-intensive. The ground needs to be accurately leveled and prepped before the stones can be placed to help ensure there is no shifting or movement. Polymeric sand should be applied and pushed into the joints between blocks to alleviate shifting. The sand contains a polymer that hardens and locks the blocks in place. Such detailed work can be beyond the abilities of some homeowners, who typically pay a substantial amount to have the stones professionally installed. Though the sand may inhibit weed growth, weeds can still pop up between the blocks, so maintenance is necessary. Also, paving blocks are slightly uneven and they can loosen, which can prove a safety hazard to the elderly or young children who aren’t surefooted. Wood Wood is often thought of in a raiseddeck scenario, but it can also be laid at ground level to create a low-lying patio. A wood patio can be unique and stained or painted in a variety of colors. It also may be less expensive to install than concrete or pavers. If the shape is relatively simple, a do-it-yourselfer also may be able to do the job without hiring a professional. Though wood is a good choice for many homeowners, it is undoubtedly high maintenance. Wood must be routinely cleaned, stained, and sealed. Even with the best care, wood can warp, splinter, and chip. When surrounding a pool, wood can quickly deteriorate after coming in contact with chemicals from the pool water. Though most wood is treated, it may be susceptible to boring insects and other pests. Creating a patio can add value to a home. The hard decision is selecting a patio material that fits one’s budget and gives the patio the look ultimately desired.

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Fallbrook/Bonsall Village News

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