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Bonsall High will not have CIF affiliation at first Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The CIF Board of Managers held its final 2013-14 meeting June 4, thus ensuring that Bonsall High School will not have CIF athletics during at least part of its initial year. CIF approval will be needed either for Bonsall High School to become a CIF member or for the high school to be granted “MultiSchool Teams Status” under a policy which allows athletes from certain schools to play for a specified other team. The CIF Board of Managers will not meet

see CIF, page C-3

Local groups seek TOT funds Supervisors will begin deliberations on June 24 Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent

Ken Seals photo Winners of the Best Dressed 1950s contest show off their outfits in front of a period Pontiac station wagon June 13 at the first Summer Nights event of the 2014 season. From left, Emerie Tortorella, best youth costume; Althea Heyneman, best adult costume, and Courtney Rippstein and Matthew Lutnick, best dressed couple.

The MarDels to return to July 4 event

Low bid $75.2 million for SR76 East work Review of Ames Construction bid now underway Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent

Fallbrook’s annual July 4 celebration at the Grand Tradition Estate and Gardens, held as Christine Rinaldi photo a fundraiser for the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance, is a family-friendly event. At last year’s event, from left, Olivia Goebel, Hannah Rhoades, Emma Rhoades, and Natalie Goebel share in the excitement of the goldfish Hannah won from one of the games. Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor

event. The MarDels is one of San Diego’s most well-known bands and performs hits from the 1950s through 1970s. With music provided by a popular favorite, the family-friendly event

paying a higher ticket price that was inclusive of food items. The Fallbrook Beautification Alliance is appreciative, Bacik said, of the Organizers of Fallbrook’s July 150 to 175 volunteers who help 4 event have announced The make the event possible. MarDels will make a return visit Festivities begin to provide live music for the patriotic festivities “People really wanted us to bring at 4 p.m. and will be comprised of the triedsponsored by the Fallbrook Beautification back The MarDels; it’s because of and-true favorites as well as some new Alliance (FBA) at the popular demand,” additions. The official Grand Tradition Estate a n d G a r d e n s . T h e Mary Jo Bacik, FBA chair of the event. o p e n i n g c e r e m o n y featuring the Marines annual event is held as a fundraiser to provide money is destined to be well-attended, Corps Color Guard and singing to enhance and maintain local since it will continue with the of the “Star Spangled Banner” by beautification projects throughout lower-cost format used last year. Christa Noetzel will take place at Admission prices are now $20/ 4:30 p.m. Serving as master of the year. “People really wanted us to adult in advance ($25 at door); ceremonies will be John Culea, bring back The MarDels; it’s under age 12 free and attendees retired television news anchor. because of popular demand,” said have the option of purchasing the see MARDELS, page B-5 Mary Jo Bacik, FBA chair of the food items they wish, rather than

Ames Construction of Corona submitted the low bid for the contract to widen State Route 76 between South Mission Road and Interstate 15. The Ames Construction bid of $75.2 million was the lowest among the seven bids submitted. The bids were opened June 19. The Ames bid is below the $91 million construction estimate which was based on the cumulative estimates for items the contractor and subcontractors are required to provide. The actual expected cost of approximately $100 million includes support, lane closure and traffic control expenses, and contingencies. The highest of the seven bids submitted was for $109 million. The contract was advertised for bid on April 28. The bid package included subtotals for each of approximately 350 items, and the bid on each item included labor and overhead as well as material and other expenses. The listing of separate items also allowed for disadvantaged business enterprise subcontractors to be specified, as the contractor must meet a 10 percent disadvantaged business enterprise requirement. The Ames bid is under review to ensure that the company and its subcontractors will be able to perform the work for the prices quoted and that the disadvantaged enterprise requirement is met. The review period will take

see SR76, page A-5

Community groups seeking Community Enhancement funds from the County of San Diego’s Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) revenue offered their reasons June 9-10 at a designated San Diego County Board of Supervisors hearing. Each county supervisor has a $599,393 Community Enhancement budget and will decide how much of his or her budget will be given to each group requesting funds. Although the

see TOT, page A-6

TAC recommends modification of Reche Road parking prohibitions Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The county’s Traffic Advisory Committee (TAC) recommended the modification of parking prohibitions on Reche Road near Potter Junior High School and Live Oak Elementary School. T h e TA C ’ s u n a n i m o u s recommendation June 13 would replace the parking bans on the north side of Reche Road from 250 feet west of Los Conejos to

see TAC, page A-6


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FALLBROOK – St. John’s Episcopal Church Outreach Services will host a luau on Saturday, July 26 from 4 to 8 p.m. at the church, 434 N. Iowa Street in Fallbrook to raise money for backpacks and school supplies for needy, local students. According to chairperson Mike McCormick, “We estimate the filled packs will cost $22.50 each, due to buying in bulk and at wholesale prices. So far we’ve raised $4,750

and we need $2,000 more to fully fund the project.” McCormick said according to Fallbrook Food Pantry records, nearly 300 local students will not have the backpacks and supplies they should have for their studies this year. “Last year we filled 100 backpacks, but this fall we’re inviting the whole community to join us in this worthwhile enterprise,” he said.

Seniors can take nostalgic trip to San Diego FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Senior Center is planning a day tour of San Diego on Monday, Aug. 18 with a different twist. Travelers will survey the spectacular San Diego canyons, visit the historic 1912 suspension bridge, and enjoy a nostalgic ferryboat ride to Coronado Island and venture to the infamous Hotel

del Coronado. The trip will allow time for shopping, restaurants, and ice cream parlors along the way! The approximate departure time is 8:30 a.m. Cost is $49/person; reservation deadline is July 18. For more information, call (760) 728-4498.

Free Movie in the Park showing Aug. 1 FALLBROOK – A free Movie in the Park event will be offered on Friday evening, Aug. 1, featuring “Despicable Me 2.” It is recommended that attendees arrive by 7:30 p.m. to find seating on the lawn behind the community center. Bring lawn chairs, blankets and enjoy a fun, family night. The main feature of the evening

will be the film, but the evening will also include games, contests, and freebies. Healthy snacks will also be available. For information on summer activities at Fallbrook Community C e n t e r, e m a i l a n g e l i q u e . or call (760) 728-1671.

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FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Historical Society will host the annual Community Picnic on Sunday, June 29 beginning at 11 a.m. at the “Barn,” located on the museum grounds at the corner of Rocky Crest and Hill Street. The picnic is open to the public and free to all. Participants are asked to bring a dish to share for 8 to 10 people for the potluck event. This is an opportunity to visit with friends and make new ones. Also join Fallbrook Union High School alums as they celebrate the last day of their reunion event. There will be a raffle with prizes awarded. For more information, call (760) 723-4125.


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June 27 – 5 to 8 p.m. – Fallbrook Summer Nights event in historic downtown; theme “I love the 80’s” with ‘Ribs, Pigs & Watermelon’ barbecue, music, dancing, vintage cars, beer/wine garden, vendors, and more. Now sponsored by the Fallbrook Village Association. June 29 – 11 a.m. – Community Picnic hosted by the Fallbrook Historical Society at the “Barn,” located on the museum grounds at the corner of Rocky Crest and Hill Street. Open to the public; free; participants asked to bring a dish to share for 8 to 10 people for the potluck event. Raffle, prizes, and more. Call (760) 723-4125 for more information. June 29 – 2 to 3 p.m. – The Uke*ttes, a local ukulele community group of musicians, will perform Songs of Summer and have a Hawaiian dancer join them at the Fallbrook Library community room. Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy the music and also

to sing along if inclined. Admission is free, 124 S. Mission Road. July 4 – 4 p.m. – 10th annual July 4 event to be held as a fundraiser for the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance at the Grand Tradition Estate. Food vendors on site, games, rubber raft races, live music, fireworks extravaganza, and more. Tickets $20/adults in advance ($25 at door); kids 11/under free. See for more information. July 11 – 5 to 8 p.m. – Fallbrook Summer Nights event in historic downtown; theme “Friday Night Fever” with disco, dance and costume contests, music, vintage cars, vendors, beer/wine garden, and more. Now sponsored by the Fallbrook Village Association. July 25 – Fallbrook Alumni and Friends Golf Tournament at Fallbrook Golf Club to benefit Fallbrook Football Boosters. Players and sponsors who would like more information should visit


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Local Newcomers Club celebrates a great year with special activities FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Newcomers Club brought their 2013-2014 year to a close with two special events. The monthly Member’s Coffee held on June 12 included a farewell presentation and gift for outgoing president Sandi Barmasse and the installation of the new executive board for the 2014-2015 year. The club also honored graduating members of the class of 2014 at a graduation luncheon held June 14 at Peking Wok Restaurant in Bonsall with family and friends in attendance. This year’s 14 graduates have the option to “flyup” to Fallbrook Encore Club, the sister organization to Fallbrook Newcomers Club following a minimum of three years with Newcomers . The graduates include Martha Bishop, Sylvia Colton, Cindy Custer, Diane

Griffiths, Mari Guthrie, Carol Krantz, Andrea Lemke, Ouida Miecke, Carole Parker, Marilyn Raisbeck, Catherine Sousa, Diana Walkley, Mara Woods and Ardis Zander. Fallbrook Newcomers is a non-profit organization devoted to promoting friendship among new residents from Fallbrook and the nearby communities of Bonsall and Rainbow. The club provides a wide array of activities for everyone to enjoy. Members often express that Newcomers’ welcoming attitude strongly exemplifies Fallbrook’s reputation as “The Friendly Village.” Newcomers meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month from September through June. To learn more, email fallbrooknewcomers@hotmail. com.

Graduation Luncheon attendees from the Newcomers Club Class of 2014 include, from left, Mara Woods, Carole Parker, Martha Bishop, Ouida Miecke, Diane Griffiths, Mari Guthrie and Catherine Sousa.

The Newcomers Club’s newly installed executive board members for 2014-2015 are, from left, president Tina Willard; first VP, programs, Sandi Barmasse; second VP, social events, Brooke Flynn; third VP, membership, Nancy Downs; treasurer Jackie Nolff; recording secretary Robin Kemper; corresponding secretary Brenda Dodd and parliamentarian Roslin Roma.

Outgoing Newcomers president Sandi Barmasse is honored at the year-end coffee held on June 12.

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from page A-1 approximately six weeks. Should Ames be declared the low responsible bidder, Caltrans and Ames will then finalize the contract documents. After contract documents are finalized, time will be allowed for Ames and the subcontractors to move equipment to the site. The actual construction is expected to begin in September. 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. The official eastern end of the project is half a mile east of Interstate 15; although improvements on the interchange at State Route 76 and Interstate 15 opened to traffic in August 2013, Ames and the subcontractors will use fill available from the interchange work, replant the interchange, and expand the park-and-ride lot on the northwest side of the interchange. The widening between Melrose Drive and South Mission Road was completed in 2012 and source material from that segment will be used for fill during construction of the new portion, so Olive Hill Road is the western end of the project due to the presence of the source material. 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. 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

The normal deadlines are Friday 4 p.m. for editorial and 3 p.m. for legal notices - for the following week’s paper, but the office will be closed that Friday.

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 west of Gird Road. The eastern stages will involve hauling the fill from the Vessels site, which will require the construction of a temporary bridge across the San Luis Rey River. After the work on the south side between Gird Road and I-15 is completed, the work on the north side will take place. A capping of the road will be the final stage. Planting tasks are expected to be performed shortly after completion of the associated road work. The work will also add a traffic signal at the intersection of Highway 76 and Via Monserate. All driveways and street intersections accessible from Highway 76 will be renovated (any nighttime driveway closures will take place between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m.). The expansion of the park-and-ride lot will include flattening the grade and providing truck parking and a bus terminal. The park-and-ride lot improvements will also include lighting and charging stations for electric vehicles. The work will also include the removal of “palisades,” the term for the pipes with webbing initially erected to control the flow of the San Luis Rey River and protect the road from erosion. Existing riprap within slopes will either be abandoned in place or re-used. 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 bid package calls for 825 working days, which equates to a three-year period in the absence of excessive weather-based delays. To comment on this story online, visit

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Opinion Should the US support Sunnis or Shias in Iraq? Iraq is a mess, ever since it was invented by colonial powers after WWI. Bush ignored sectarian hatred that has kept Sunnis and Shias at war with each other for more than 1,000 years. When Bush took out the Sunni dictator, it unleased the rage of the repressed Shia majority. Today I saw 2003 film clips of Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, and other Neo-cons spouting off their opinions of how the Iraq War would go. It would only last a few weeks or maybe months, but not years. It would only cost the US about $60 billion dollars (it’s over a trillion now and counting). They said there were active weapons of mass destruction and there was a connection to al-Qaeda. They said there were no sectarian problems in Iraq. I could go on and on, but

the Christian Science Monitor did an in-depth review of the war – the claims and outcome: http://tinyurl. com/l44nzjp The Bush team blundered into the biggest foreign policy and military disaster since Vietnam. The only choice now is to just stand back and watch the two sides fight it out. To send in more military to support Iraq is madness, and like the disaster of Vietnam – the only thing left is to evacuate the US Embassy. The Iraq War, like the Vietnam War, was a total waste of American blood and treasure. My heart goes out to the troops and families who sacrificed so much, for Bush’s lies. Jon Monday

Blight in Fallbrook My concern is that property owners in Fallbrook are letting their properties fall into unsightly eyesores. Especially on some of the main roads that weave through Fallbrook. If I were looking for a home in Fallbrook or just visiting, my first impression would be that Fallbrook is a place of low income and perhaps an unwholesome place to visit or live. Example, if you drive down Calmin Dr. (near Potter Jr. High School ), there are homes on Calmin that look like storage yards. If you were to take a trip

down Stagecoach and Reche, one would have the same impression. You will see unkempt landscapes, buildings in poor repair, with some looking like they need to be removed. If the citizens of Fallbrook want to keep their home values high and have better schools, our civic leaders need to hold property owners accountable for the decent upkeep of their homes and property. John Klink

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Re: “It’s time for a change” [Letter, Village News, 6/19/14] I agree with Ms. Assad. It is “Time for a change,” however we disagree on the change. I argue it is time for this country and this world to disavow the extreme, emotional environmentalism of Ms. Assad. Monsanto has immeasurably improved the lot of man, as have other corporations which Ms. Assad so comfortably demonizes. Is she really asking us to step away from the improved healthcare, food supply, and other aspects of our lives brought by innovation and effort? Improvements which stand as testament to man’s neverending quest to make his life better. Ms. Assad, your view of life is pure folly and we’ve listened to and allowed you and your allies to control us for far too long. Complete the XL, recognize “global warming/change” for what it is, an inevitable force which man cannot stand against. We must continue to use the resources given to us in a responsible manner to improve life for everyone. Robert C. Johnson

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from page A-1 revenue is derived only from TOT money collected from lodging facilities in the unincorporated portion of the county, organizations in incorporated cities are also eligible for funding. Most organizations will receive less than the amount they requested. The money is not based on the previous year’s allocation, and there are no adverse consequences of asking for more money than will be granted. Each county supervisor also has a $1 million discretionary Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget, so some Community Enhancement requests can be fulfilled by that source. The county supervisors will begin deliberations on the budget, including the Community

Enhancement allocations, June 24. Last year the American Association of University Women’s Fallbrook chapter began its participation in the Community Enhancement program by requesting $7,500 and receiving $3,000. This year the group’s $4,500 request covers $2,500 for the purchase of films for preview and rating to establish a circulation library in support of human trafficking awareness, $1,200 for interns and educators to analyze the age appropriateness and develop a rating system for films for student audiences, and $800 for postage costs related to data dissemination. The Bonsall Chamber of Commerce requested $38,500 of 2013-14 TOT revenue and was allocated $15,000. This year the chamber has requested $71,500. The chamber seeks $30,000 for salaries, supplies, advertising, printing,

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money would be used for meeting room audio/visual equipment for public meetings, school groups including home school groups, and community groups. The $9,680 requested last year by the Fallbrook Land Conservancy Foundation produced a $7,922 grant. This year the $11,380 sought by the conservancy would fund $4,880 to clear trails and fire roads in the Santa Margarita Rivershed, $3,500 for Stage Coach Sunday activities, $1,000 for Walkabout Web Trail improvements, $1,000 for Walkabout Web Trail signs, $500 for Walkabout Web Trail print and electronic publicity material, and $500 for a video camera to prevent vehicle break-ins at the Sandia Creek Trailhead. Friends of the Fallbrook Community Center are seeking Community Enhancement funding for the first time. The $8,000 would be used for the annual holiday tree lighting. Full Access and Coordinated Transportation, Inc., seeks to provide public transit services to unserved residents. The total $48,000 requested amount includes $2,000 to promote expansion of FACT services into nonurban areas in the Fifth Supervisorial District including Fallbrook, Bonsall, and Valley Center, and another $34,000 would be used for support staff in District 5. The Live Oak Park Coalition, which last year obtained $10,000 of its $21,000 request, would use the $25,000 sought for 2014-15 to replace wood chips in the playground area with a rubberized surface. On May 21, the county supervisors

authorized a contract for Live Oak Park which will include that work and utilized developer fees as well as a $45,000 Live Oak Park Coalition donation. The Pauma Valley Community Association sought $95,500 of 201314 funding and was given $10,000. The 2014-15 request of $27,800 comprises $20,000 for a shade cover for the existing play structure, $6,000 for solar lights for the front entrance, and $1,800 for playground bark for the existing playground. REINS (Riding Emphasizing Individual Needs and Strengths) was provided with $10,000 of last year’s $15,000 request. This yearm the desired $10,000 would cover $5,000 for the therapy on horseback program and $5,000 for a therapist consultation program. The San Diego Winery-Vintner Community Development Council is a first-time applicant and requested $265,000. The association would spend $130,000 on planning activities, $50,000 for website development and marketing, $35,000 for membership activities, $30,000 for staff training, and $20,000 to facilitate the application of an inland North County appellation. Tw o G r e a t e r F a l l b r o o k organizations received 2013-14 funds but did not request TOT revenue for the upcoming fiscal year. The Fallbrook Healthcare Foundation was given $3,500 of last year’s $23,444 request while the Camp Pendleton Historical Society received the entire $3,000 it requested.


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Road with prohibitions on the north side of Reche Road from Via de Maranatha to 650 feet west of Los Conejos and on the south side of Reche Road from Via Del Oro to 1,150 feet west of Los Conejos. The TAC recommendation may be ratified, overturned, or modified by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, who are scheduled to hear the recommendation Aug. 6. “We have parents who were ignoring the no-stopping sign and the red curb,” said county Department of Public Works traffic engineering technician Maria Rubio-Lopez. Although Board of Supervisors approval is needed for regulatory changes, the Department of Public Works has the authority to install signage. The existing “No Stopping Anytime” signs have been replaced with oversized signs. “We also put in some red curbs in between,” Rubio-Lopez said. The additional red curb is expected to maximize visibility and reduce congestion during school arrival and dismissal times. “We noticed there was a little mismatch,” Rubio-Lopez said. The TAC action and the expected Board of Supervisors action will make the parking prohibitions at those new red curb areas official and enforceable. “There will be no more space for them to ignore,” said San Diego County Office of Education loss control manager Dennis Sulzer, who represents the SDCOE on the Traffic Advisory Committee.

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Amateur Radio Club’s Field Day open to the public FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Amateur Radio Club will be participating in Field Day 2014, a emergency preparedness exercise on Saturday, June 28, from 11 a.m. until Sunday, June 29, at 11 a.m. at Frazier Elementary School’s athletic field, 1835 Gum Tree Lane. The premise of Field Day is to prove that in an emergency amateur radio operators or “hams” are capable of setting up radio stations in the field and by using portable antennas and emergency power (generators, batteries, solar) they are able to contact as many other groups around North America doing the same thing. There are

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“Lost in the 50s” at Summer Nights Akeem Beltran takes interest in the shiny engine of a hotrod during the Fallbrook Village Association’s Summer Nights event June 13.

Hanna Wilhelm gives a lift to Patyn O’Neill during the finale of the Star Theater Company’s performance during Summer Nights on June 13.

Shawn Luchenta demonstrates her skills as the crowd looks on in the hula hoop contest held during Summer Nights on June 13 in downtown Fallbrook. Luchenta took second place in the contest.

Erik Holmstrom and Lauren Moosa are in a swinging mood during a 1950s dance contest at Summer Nights on Main Ave. June 13. The series of Friday evening events are sponsored by the Fallbrook Village Association.

Matthew Lutnick and Courtney Rippstein get close for a moment during the 1950s dance contest at Summer Nights on June 13.

Valerie Long polishes the glossy steering wheel of her 1947 Chrysler Town and Country convertible at the first Summer Nights event of the season on June 13 in Fallbrook.

Miss Fallbrook Second Princess Halee Olson, left, and First Princess Sarah Engebretson show off their 1950s pink and black colors in front of a bright red 1955 Ford at the June 13 Summer Nights event.

Steve Slater, right, pastor at Living Waters Church, helps Ella Marney, left, make a hat from newspapers during the Summer Nights event on June 13. In the background, Danielle Hinojosa and her daughter Sophia make another hat.

Ken Seals photo Members of the Star Theater Company sang and danced their way through a number of crowd-pleasing Beach Boys songs at the June 13 Summer Nights event in downtown Fallbrook.

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Health Local yoga enthusiasts raise money for Yoga for Hope FALLBROOK – Heidi Minga of Fallbrook led a local fundraising effort for the Yoga for Hope event held June 7 at Petco Park in San Diego. Minga held the fundraising event on May 18 at Sage Yoga Studios in Fallbrook where she and studio owner Bryan Sampson led a onehour yoga practice followed by a social time featuring appetizers, wine, a raffle, and silent auction. Local merchants generously supported the event with donations. “The cost to attend the event was $20 and 100 percent of all monies raised went to Yoga for Hope,” said Minga. That money, combined with money that the local “Sage Warrior” team raised (a total of $4,077) earned them third place as a studio for most funds raised for the effort. As an individual fundraiser, Minga was responsible for $2,997. Yoga For Hope is a fundraiser for City of Hope’s alternate therapies. They offer over 100 free-of-charge classes and workshops (from yoga and meditation to counseling, art and music therapy) to both the patients and their caregivers.

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Healthcare district awards 23 grants totaling $590,000 FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Healthcare District awarded 23 grants totaling $590,000 to nonprofit agencies that provide health and wellness services to the people of the greater Fallbrook community at its board meeting June 11. Types of service include medical, dental and mental health services as well as educational, therapeutic, ancillary and preventive programs that are developed and delivered to meet the needs of people of all ages. Most of these agencies have limited staff and resources. Many rely on volunteers to deliver their program benefits. “The district appreciates and applauds the agencies and people that serve within them for their commitment to providing access to services that foster health and wellness,” said administrator Vi Dupre. In its grant program, the district has three categories into which programs or services must fall in the realm of healthcare: prevention/ education, treatment, and ancillary services. Prevention/education includes equipment, supplies and/or training for care providers and/or clients related to maintaining good health practices to prevent or control disease and/or prevent injury. Forty-five percent of the awarded funds are directed to Prevention/ education. Treatment includes direct provision of care in medical, dental, vision, and mental health or therapy services. The district directs 41.5 percent of funds to this category.

Ancillary includes products or services that do not provide direct treatment, prevention or education but otherwise support the district’s mission to provide access to healthcare. Thirteen point five percent of the awarded funds are directed to ancillary services. Senior services and programs were awarded $131,500. Youth directed service and programs were allotted $139,700 and services and programs which bring a variety of healthcare benefits to all age groups were awarded $318,800. The funds were awarded to the following entities: • Fallbrook Family Health Center - uncompensated care - $70,000 • Fallbrook Family Health Center Behavioral Health - $70,000 • Palomar Family Counseling $68,000 • SMILES: Health Education $53,000 • Fallbrook Food Pantry - $55,000 • Senior Center Nutrition Program - $50,000 • Foundation for Senior Care (Care Advocates) - $43,000 • Foundation for Senior Care (Care Van) - $37,000 • Foundation for Senior Care (Daycare) - $10,000 • Boys & Girls Club (Triple Play Program) - $30,000 • Boys & Girls Club (Water Safety Program) - $7,200 • Boys & Girls Club (Summer Lunch & Snack Program) $5,600 • R E I N S T h e r a p e u t i c Horsemanship Program $30,000

• SMILES Dental Program $16,000 • Jeremiah’s Ranch (Support Group) - $14,924 • Jeremiah’s Ranch (College of Adaptive Arts) - $14,090 • Fallbrook Hospital Auxiliary (Courier Service) - $11,010 • Think First K-12 Safety - $10,000 • N I C P P Yo u t h A d v o c a c y Coalition - $8,500 • Healthy Adventures Wellness Project - $9,000 • Trauma Intervention Program (TIP) - $8,200

• Asperger Support Center - $6,500 In addition to identified health needs, budgetary considerations of the district are always a determining factor in funds available for grants. The board of directors remains committed to identifying, promoting and supporting a broad range of healthcare related needs within the district. Grant awards will be presented in the board meeting of July 9, beginning at 6 p.m. and culminating in a special social

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Dining Let the scent of fresh-baked bread lure you to Café des Artistes! Nathalie Taylor Special to the Village News Fresh-baked bread is not all you can eat at Café des Artistes, but the provocative scent is enough to lure you through the door. Proprietor Michael Calvanese and his staff bake focaccia bread as well as ciabatta bread, every single day they are open. Diners can be confident that when they eat at this restaurant they will be eating something fresh, well-spiced, and done to perfection under Michael’s watchful eye. Food has been a significant part of his life since he was a child growing up in New York City. He was raised in an Italian household where food was always a priority. “When we were having breakfast, we would talk about what we were going to have for dinner,” he said with a smile. “It’s all about food with Italians.” The food markets in New York were so specialized that all the vendors paid strict attention to the quality of the food. Michael enjoyed tagging along with his mother when she shopped, learning the secrets of selecting ingredients for a perfect meal. “I got my penchant for fresh food from my mom,” he said. Michael never set foot in a chef school, but he possesses an innate cooking ability that was fostered by a mother who appreciated fresh food and who went to great lengths to insure freshness. Yes, there were the myriad of markets, but Michael will never forget the time that his mother went beyond marketfresh and stocked the family bathtub with eels that were to be served for dinner. The interior of the restaurant is airy with a vibrant wall mural painted by local artist Brett Stokes. This whimsical rendition of famous artists is a sight to behold. The fine art displayed on the walls is ever-changing – it keeps things fresh – like the food. Michael is pleased with the atmosphere, “The combination of food and art is so unique. It’s is a colorful place – like ‘Cirque du Soleil’. It’s a cheery place.” Fresh and colorful – those terms can be applied to the ambiance as well as the food. With that combination one would

expect high prices, but the menu is brimming with reasonably priced items. Red peppers and tomatoes are in abundance right now and Michael is using them in his dreamy tomato soup. Simple, but flavorful, the only ingredients are tomatoes, red bell peppers, and an array of spices. An exciting combination is the chicken salad sandwich with a Caesar salad on the side. The chopped chicken breast is mixed with finely-diced celery, a hint of tarragon, and a few spices. It is delicious served on a fresh croissant. The Caesar salad is punctuated by croutons which are made from the crusts of homemade focaccia bread. The salad is sprinkled with Romano cheese. But this is not just any Romano cheese. It is imported from Italy – by the block – then hand-grated. “I won’t buy grated cheese in a package because I don’t know how long it has been sitting there,” Michael said with conviction. Homemade Caesar dressing tops this fresh salad marvel. (All of the dressings used in the café are made onsite.) Michael is always thinking about how to pair his food with the art that is on exhibit in the Fallbrook Art Center. For example, when wildlife art was exhibited, he went to great lengths to serve wild game; and served “Wild Antelope Stew,” among other entrées. Look for an upcoming Fallbrook Village Association Summer Nights event called “Farm to Table.” “We will be in a tent on the street and it should be a lot of fun,” said Michael. He is creating a special ratatouille which will debut at this event, and then find its place on the eclectic Cafe´ des Artistes menu. “It has been nice to be able to get to know the community and participate in events,” Michael commented. Cafe´ des Artistes is located behind the Fallbrook Art Center at 103 South Main Ave in Fallbrook, Calif. For further information, visit or call (760) 728-3350. (The café is able to accommodate up to 70 guests for dinner parties.)

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FALLBROOK - Many people associate healthy eating with foods that may not be so tasty. While desserts are not often considered the healthiest course of a meal, dark chocolate, when enjoyed in moderation, can be healthy. Dark chocolate can benefit the brain, heart and even teeth. Researchers at a meeting of the American Chemical Society in Dallas have discovered just why dark chocolate packs such a healthy punch. Otherwise indigestible portions of the chocolate are converted by microbes in the digestive system. In turn, the chocolate is transformed into antiinflammatory compounds. Researchers found that digestion in the stomach produces long molecules called polyphenolic polymers. These molecules are too large to cross the walls of the stomach to be used nutritionally. However, when the polyphenolic polymers meet lactic acid and microbes that inhabit the human colon, the polymers ferment and can be broken down further. These smaller molecules are then used by the body. The resulting material is anti-inflammatory and can prevent certain conditions, including cardiovascular disease,


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from developing. One of the pitfalls of dark chocolate is the sugar and fat content of a candy bar, which can overshadow the health benefits. But those who consume the majority of their dark chocolate in the form of unsweetened cocoa powder can avoid such consequences. Roughly two tablespoons of cocoa powder per day can produce the desired anti-inflammatory benefits, and cocoa powder can be mixed into drinks, sprinkled over oatmeal and consumed in many other ways. Full-sugar, full-fat dark chocolate bars and pieces should be enjoyed sparingly, although they are better for one’s health than milk or white chocolate. Interest in dark chocolate for its medical benefits has led researchers to study the efficacy of its anti-inflammatory compounds. A big study is already underway to see if pills containing the nutrients in dark chocolate can replicate the many health benefits, including helping to prevent heart attack and stroke. The pills are so concentrated they would be the equivalent of eating numerous dark chocolate bars, but without the negative side effects. The goal of the study is to see if

chocolate can provide significant medical benefits without forcing consumers to eat so much sugar and fat. The study will be sponsored by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute and Mars Inc., maker of M&M’s and Snickers bars. The candy company has patented a way to extract flavonols from cocoa in high concentration and put them in capsules. Mars and some other companies sell cocoa extract capsules, but with less active ingredients than those that will be tested in the study. Some participants will get flavorless, coated pills that contain the cocoa flavonols, while others will be given a placebo. Eighteen thousand men and women nationwide are expected to participate. In addition to anti-inflammatory properties, dark chocolate contains several chemical compounds that have a positive effect on mood and cognitive health. Chocolate contains phenylethylamine, or PEA, the same chemical the brain creates when people feel like they’re falling in love. Taking dark chocolate supplements may help a person’s mind and body.


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Entertainment Pala Rez Radio has booth at San Diego Count y Fair on opening day Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Pala Rez Radio station manager John Fox knew the importance of promoting the FM radio station at the San Diego County Fair, and Pala Rez Radio had a booth at the county fair on various days in 2012 and 2013. On June 7 of this year, Pala Rez Radio had a booth at the fair on Opening Day for the first time. “We just thought we’d like to try Opening Day this year,” Fox said. An earlier than usual fair opening date along with horse racing’s Belmont Stakes that afternoon in which California Chrome had a chance of winning the Triple Crown led to lighter than expected Saturday attendance. “I thought the crowds were a little underwhelming in terms of numbers, but it was a nice bunch of people,” Fox said. Fox noted that during the first two years many attendees were unaware that Pala had a radio station. “This year people are starting to come up and know who we are,” he said. “Not everybody has to be totally educated about who we are and where we are and how you can hear us.” Pala Rez Radio is at 91.3 on the FM dial but only transmits with 100 watts. “There is just virtually no room for a Class A, B, or C station in Southern California,” Fox said. On the FM dial Pala Rez Radio is between 91X, a Mexican (in terms of transmitter location but with English-language programming) Class C station at 91.1 on the FM dial and KUSC, a Class B Los

Pala Rez Radio station manager John Fox is shown above at the Pala broadcast station. Angeles station at 91.5 on the FM dial. Those two stations block out Pala Rez Radio in much of the area outside the Pala reservation. “Rainbow Heights can hear us and portions of Fallbrook, including the Gird Road, Bonsall Heights area,” Fox said. The mountainous terrain hinders the line-of-sight transmission of the FM band, although wavelength reflection may work in the radio station’s favor and reception can

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sometimes be obtained along East Mission Road in Fallbrook. “Sometimes you find us in unexpected places,” Fox said. Pala Rez Radio transmits from the San Luis Rey River Valley. “The transmitter is kind of unusual and less than ideal because it’s 1,000 feet below average terrain,” Fox said. “We’re surrounded by hills that are at least 1,000 feet higher than us,” Fox said. “If we had some height, 100 watts would be great.” Fox has been involved with Pala Rez Radio for approximately 3 1/2 years. “I put the station on the air,” he said. “The project had been in the works as far as applications and stuff for about two or three years before I got here.” Fox’s mother lost her Valley Oaks Park home in the October 2007 Rice Fire. The limited information about the nearby fires led to the Pala tribal council’s decision to launch a radio station to provide emergency information. “They really wanted it so that they would have decent emergency communications,” Fox said. “They never really thought about what else they would put on it.”

Fox is a 1974 Fallbrook High School graduate who moved to San Diego to attend San Diego State University. While still in high school he worked at KMLO, which at the time were the call letters of the Vista station at 1000 on the AM dial. “I had a little bit of professional experience by the time I got to San Diego,” Fox said. The experience enabled Fox to obtain a college job at KFMB, the call letters of the Channel 8 television station, 760 AM, and the 100.7 FM station then known as B-100. “That developed into 16 years there,” he said. Fox’s time at KFMB included being a disc jockey on B-100. The promotions at the time included FM converters for automobiles, which at one time had AM radio only. “When I got into radio, FM was just starting to happen,” he said. Fox noted some comparisons between the development of FM radio, including converters, and the development of Internet radio which allows Pala Rez Radio to be heard by those outside the station’s transmission area. Fox then took a position with the morning show at KEZY in Los Angeles, which was followed by a


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Courtesy photo position as the network director of Catholic Radio Network. He then took part-time jobs at KSWB in Los Angeles, KOLA in Redlands, and KCBQ in San Diego. He was living in Corona, and on some occasions he worked in all three cities on the same day. “The rat race of running between all the part-time jobs got to me,” he said. Fox spent eight years away from radio. “I still kept my ear in it,” he said. Fox and his wife, Susan, also continued to frequent the Fallbrook area. He had heard about the opening for the station manager at Pala. “It’s not anything like any radio job that I’ve ever had before,” he said. Fox and his wife had dinner at the Pala Casino buffet shortly after he heard about the position. His mother had passed away the year before, and one of her favorite foods and final requests was Bananas Foster. That evening at Pala Casino the buffet dessert options included Bananas Foster. “Susan and I said to each other: ‘you’ve got to apply for this job; it’s a sign’,” Fox said. Fox is the station’s only fulltime paid employee. As the station manager he is responsible for the format. “Being a non-commercial community station, I felt like we shouldn’t just be playing music,” he said. The 24-hour station includes an automated music mix but also includes local talk and news, Native American culture, and classic radio shows. Fox noted that his top priorities in terms of information are the Pala reservation, the general nearby community, and native people on a national basis. The music includes Native American songs, and it also includes reggae from 7 to 8 p.m. “Reggae is extremely popular on the reservation,” Fox said. The Old Time Radio Hour from midnight to 1 a.m. features different 30-minute shows each day of the week. “That’s all public domain, so we can just toss that on the air,” Fox said. “I got the idea because KNX in Los Angeles used to do that.” The episodes from the 14 radio programs include the commercials which were part of the broadcasts at the time they originally aired. “You’ll hear commercials for stuff which isn’t even made anymore,” Fox said. Pala Rez Radio also has an affiliation with iHeart Radio. “We have a very strong Internet presence,” Fox said. That allows Pala tribal members who do not live on the reservation to listen to the programming and also makes the station accessible to other radio fans outside the reservation. After Fox launched Pala Rez Radio, he contacted the San Diego County Fair about the possibility of having a booth. “We’re now on their radar just like any other station,” he said. The fair assigns each radio station specific days. This year Pala Rez Radio will have a total of six days at the fair; the final two will be June 26 and July 1. “This is my dream job right now,” Fox said. “It turned out to be a really good fit.” To comment on this story online, visit

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Encore Club holds end of year part y

Bruce and Carolyn Ganoe attend the Encore Club’s end of year party June 14 at Valley Fort Steakhouse.

Encore Club members, from left, Mike Noonan, Bea Valverde, and Nanette Noonan enjoy an outdoor party in celebration of the end of the club’s year.

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Local guild of organists installs of ficers

Courtesy photo The newly installed officers of the Palomar Chapter of the American Guild of Organists are, from left, board member Bonnie Rex, dean Michael Munson, sub dean Gregg Anderson, hospitality coordinator Arvis Hiniker, education committee chair Carol Graham, secretary Wilma George, treasurer Howard McCullough, board members Barbara Ollivares and Pat Hensley, and endowment fund committee chair Judith Moore. N O RT H S A N D I E G O COUNTY – On June 16, the Palomar Chapter of the American

Guild of Organists installed their officers for the 2014-2015 season at Mimi’s Cafe in Oceanside. The

American Guild of Organists is an educational organization dedicated to the promotion of organ and

Rainbow planning group seeks to fill vacancies FALLBROOK – The Rainbow Community Planning Group (RCPG) is currently seeking to fill two vacancies. Local community planning groups advise the County

Board of Supervisors regarding land use issues. The RCPG meets on the third Wednesday of each month. Applicants must be registered to

vote in San Diego County and must be residents of Rainbow. Interested parties should contact the RCPG chairman, Gary Drake, via email at

VFW Ladies Auxiliary donates to backpack project FALLBROOK – Fallbrook VFW Post 1924 Ladies Auxiliary recently donated to the “Back to School Backpack Project” headed by Michael McCormick in cooperation with the Fallbrook Food Panty and St. John’s Episcopal Church. McCormick hopes to gather 300-400 backpacks and fill them with the basic school necessities for the upcoming school year for those children who are less fortunate. Realizing that many of these children belong to veterans families, the VFW Ladies Auxiliary decided to contribute to this worthy cause to support local veterans. For more information, call McCormick at (562) 505-1779.

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Warrior golfers qualif y for CIF as team Ian Mackenzie, Patrick Milton each shoot 39 against Granite Hills

The 2014 Fallbrook High School varsity boys golf team is pictured above during CIF playoffs; top row from left, Jake Guy, Nathan Potraz, asst. coach Ken Adams, head Courtesy photo coach Steve Jorde, Bobby Sneller; bottom row from left, Parker Roberson, Patrick Milton, Christian Murphy, and Ian Mackenzie. Not pictured: Michael Edgar. The team was seeded 11th in CIF this year. Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Last year Fallbrook High School’s boys golf team missed the CIF playoffs by one stroke. This year the Warriors won their May 21 play-in match by 20 strokes. The top eight seeds in each division receive automatic entry into the CIF tournament. The teams seeded 9th through 16th have a play-in match with the winners rounding out the CIF tournament field. Fallbrook was seeded 11th this year, giving the Warriors a home match against 14th-seeded Granite Hills. Fallbrook advanced to the tournament with a 204-224 victory on the Pala Mesa course. Patrick Milton and Ian Mackenzie each had nine-hole rounds of 39 strokes while Jake Guy, Bobbie Sneller, and Christian Murphy each took 42 shots. In addition to allowing the

Warriors entry into the CIF tournament as a team, the win over Granite Hills gave Fallbrook a final overall season record of 12-9 in dual matches. “I thought the team as a whole played well all year,” said Fallbrook coach Steve Jorde. “I was really proud of our team this year.” The Warriors were 5-5 in Avocado West League competition which included matches against Carlsbad and La Costa Canyon. “It’s not a bad league record,” Jorde said. The CIF tournament on the Admiral Baker course in San Diego began May 27. The CIF tournament utilizes 18-hole rounds, and Fallbrook’s team score of 416 was not low enough for the Warriors to advance to the second day of the tournament. The cut for individuals to advance to the second day was 78. Fallbrook’s low score was

Junior Ian Mackenzie holds the list of scores for Fallbrook golfers after a CIF playoff match.

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compiled by Milton, who required 80 strokes. Sneller had a score of 81, Mackenzie took 84 strokes, Guy completed the 18 holes in 85 shots, and Murphy had an 86-stroke round. “ T h a t ’s a b o u t h o w t h e y were playing during the year,”

Jorde said. Michael Edgar, who did not participate in the play-in or the CIF tournament, was the team’s only senior. “We’ve got everybody back, so that’s a good thing,” Jorde said. The Warriors practiced on the

Pala Mesa course as well as played their home matches there. “The golf team appreciates everything that Pala Mesa does for our community,” Jorde said. To comment on this story online, visit

Sophomore Patrick Milton takes a swing during one of the Warriors’ league matches at their home course, Pala Mesa Resort.

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Sports 12U Warriors win Pre All Star tournament championship FALLBROOK – The 12U Fallbrook Warriors team pulled out a 3 to 2 win during the championship game in the Pre All Star tournament held on June 13 at Fallbrook Youth Baseball fields. The team went 4-0 in the weeklong tournament, beating the North County Baseball Academy, a club team out of Vista.

Members of the 12U Warriors include, top row, Coach Gil Carranza, Blake Freeman, Nate Barker, Joel Calhoun, Dustin Spence, Coach Robert Spence, Zac Allegro, Dean Olivo, Evan Brown, manager Jessica Knox; bottom row, Tomas Carranza, Mitchel Simon, Tristen Smith, Grant Knox, and Blake Becerra. Courtesy photo

BFLL Jrs. Red Sox do well in post-season play

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FA L L B R O O K – B o n s a l l Fallbrook Little League’s Jr. Red Sox team fared well in post season play. In the first game of the Oceanside City Tournament, played from May 27 to June 7, the Red Sox won on a walk-off double by Luke Cherry in the bottom of the seventh inning to win 11-10 over

the Oceanside National Dodgers. In round two, they lost to the Oceanside American (OALL) Red Sox 10-0. After a week off, the Tournament of Champions (TOC) play began with Vista American Little League hosting. The Red Sox went up against the OALL Red Sox again and came up short by the score

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of 11-1. The Red Sox then moved to the loser’s bracket and played the Oceanside Valley Braves and won 13-9 with Michael Gross pitching 6 1/3 innings for the win. Next up were the Vista American Indians and behind the complete game pitching of Luke Cherry the Red Sox won, 9-4.

VanderLans wins steer wrestling at Glennville Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Jack VanderLans won the Steer Wrestling event at the Glennville Round-Up rodeo June 8. The 2001 Fallbrook High School graduate had a time of 5.4 seconds to win the $1,034 first-place money. VanderLans also had a Tie-Down Roping time of 9.9 seconds to split third and fourth place in that event. “It was really great to do so well up there. It’s kind of a neat rodeo,” VanderLans said. Glennville is a one-day rodeo. “The committee does a really good job,” VanderLans said. “Glennville’s a small community up in the hills. It’s pretty neat that they found that much money.” In addition to the added money provided by sponsors which complements the entry fee jackpot revenue, the winners of each event, including VanderLans, received a pair of Montana Silversmiths spurs. Glennville is approximately 30 miles northeast of Bakersfield and is accessible from State Route 155.

VanderLans rode Bob when he was the Steer Wrestling competitor, Tuffy for Tie-Down Roping, and Leroy when he was the Steer Wrestling hazer who guides the steer for the bulldogger. VanderLans’ hazer at Glennville was Rhett Kennedy of Chowchilla, who rode Leroy, and Kennedy rode Bob when VanderLans hazed for Kennedy. Kennedy had the second-place time of 8.6 seconds. “That was pretty cool,” VanderLans said of Kennedy and himself having the top two Steer Wrestling times. VanderLans made his run prior to Kennedy’s. “It was a good run,” he said. “They bring in fresh steers up there,” VanderLans said. “When they’re fresh like that they’re a little more unpredictable.” VanderLans also took arena considerations into account when planning his approach. “The arena’s real long,” he said. “Worked out good. I kind of made a game plan and it all came together,” VanderLans said.

VanderLans had to turn his steer after he caught the bovine, and the inexperienced steer was a factor in that part of his strategy. “You had to be real gentle,” he said. Kennedy opted for a longer time to ensure that he placed in the rodeo. VanderLans and Texas cowboy Nathan Steinberg, who also had a Tie-Down Roping time of 9.9 seconds, each earned $554. “That was good. I’ve been having a little trouble in the calf roping,” VanderLans said. “It all worked out really well.” VanderLans brought his wife, Tawnie, and his infant daughter, Lilly, to Glennville. The family departed Glennville for Sisters, Ore., the site of one of the following week’s rodeos which also included Livermore, Calif., on the return trip for the VanderLans family. “I’m really fortunate they came with me,” VanderLans said. To comment on this story online, visit

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from page A-1 again until Oct. 22, and the Bonsall Unified School District has not submitted an application either for CIF membership or for MultiSchool Teams Status. Thus studentathletes living within the Bonsall Unified School District boundaries who will be in ninth grade during 2014-15 have the options of participating in club sports or finding a reason for an interdistrict transfer to a school which has athletics. “Right now we have a girls volleyball club, a club team, and we’re looking at the possibility of expanding that to a boys volleyball club as well,” said Bonsall Unified School District superintendent Justin Cunningham. CIF approval is not needed to play club sports, and Bonsall High School may field club teams instead of CIF squads. “We’re looking at those as possibilities. We’ll see how that all works out,” Cunningham said. Ironically, that creates the possibility that some top athletes would enroll at Bonsall High School while focusing on club sports instead of CIF teams. CIF rules prohibit participation in club sports during that sport’s CIF season. CIF commissioner Jerry Schniepp doubts that many studentathletes will attend a club-only school for the purpose of focusing on club instead of CIF athletics. “I don’t think it’s going to affect us,” he said. “I think high school sports mean too much for too many kids.” A student-athlete who is already in high school can only transfer to another public school without changing residences if the CIF determines that a hardship exists (if no determination of hardship is made, the student-athlete must

sit out a prescribed period but may practice with the team during that time). A student-athlete may initially enroll in any high school which accepts him or her as long as the enrollment is not for athletic reasons; such an interdistrict transfer does not require CIF review. “They can’t use athletics as a reason to transfer to another district. That would be against CIF rules,” said Vista Unified School District director of student support services Steve Hargrave, who is the VUSD representative on the CIF board of managers. “There would have to be another reason for the interdistrict transfer,” Hargrave said. “They would have to look for another reason, which the parents are pretty well-schooled on that now.” That often involves a course not available at the school in the student’s own enrollment area including an agricultural program, a foreign language, or a vocational art. A non-athletic extracurricular activity such as band or choir would also be a valid reason for an interdistrict transfer. Hargrave noted that some Vista Unified School District students live within the current Bonsall High School or Fallbrook High School attendance area. “I can’t tell you how many students have transferred into Vista High or Mission Vista, because that can’t be an official reason,” he said of Fallbrook and Bonsall athletes. Hargrave estimates that between 30 and 40 Bonsall residents attend high school in Vista. “We have quite a few transfer from Bonsall. It’s more Mission Vista,” he said. Not only is Mission Vista High School closer to Bonsall than Vista High School, but the 4x4 schedule with four classes a day is a valid academic reason for an interdistrict transfer. “It’s more like college.

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They complete their classes in one semester,” Hargrave said. Mission Vista High School was designed to accommodate 2,000 students. Enrollment was approximately 1,400 in 2013-14 and is expected to be approximately 1,600 in 2014-15, when the school which opened in 2009 will have 500 freshmen for the first time. An interdistrict transfer must be approved by the student’s home district as well as the district which will be educating him or her. “Bonsall has indicated all along that they would grant interdistrict transfers,” said Fallbrook Union High School District superintendent Dale Mitchell. “That indication was regardless of what the reason for the request was.” Mitchell will be retiring as of Sept. 1 – after the 2014-15 school year starts – but he expects that interdistrict transfers from Bonsall will be accepted to Fallbrook High School or the Oasis High School independent study program which has Multi-School Teams Status with Fallbrook High School. “If students and their parents want to attend school in the Fallbrook high school district, we’ll welcome them,” Mitchell said. “They’re always welcome in our district,” said Valley CenterPauma Unified School District superintendent Lou Obermeyer, who will also be retiring this summer. “I just don’t anticipate a lot of them coming our direction.” The CIF sanctions 28 sports, including badminton which is played only in the City Conference and roller hockey which is only a Metro Conference sport. Fallbrook High School fields teams in the other 26 sports. “That’s why I would anticipate that they stay with Fallbrook,” Obermeyer said.

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Valley Center High School has 25 programs with the exception being gymnastics. “I just don’t anticipate a lot of them coming our direction,” Obermeyer said. “I just anticipate they’ll want to stay in Bonsall or Fallbrook.” None of the three Vista Unified School District high schools – Vista, Mission Vista, and Rancho Buena Vista – have boys volleyball,

lacrosse, or gymnastics. Mission Vista, which is a magnet school, also does not have football, water polo, wrestling, swimming, or track and field. “I think it’s unfortunate for Bonsall,” Schniepp said of the new high school not having athletics. To comment on this story online, visit

Senior sof tball league to begin new season FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Senior Softball League is now accepting new players for the summer league season which is expected to begin July 16. The draft is scheduled for July 14. Adults age 50 and better are welcome to join in the fun. Games begin at 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday, with each team playing

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Education Chairman Robert Smith Sullivan Middle School receives education award wins Sweepstakes and on behalf of the Pala Band of Mission Indians Overall Vocalist

Courtesy photo Chairman Robert Smith, left, receives the Community Partner of the Year award, a crystal apple, from Dr. Justin Cunningham

Sullivan Middle School’s award-winning choirs include, from left, front row, Jezebel Quinonez, Courtesy photo Dane Hansen, Lia Russo, Jaden Peluso, Madison Prince (holding Overall Middle School Vocalist Medal), Daisy Tausan, Hailey Yarmen; back row, Mrs. Pecore, Annie Allison, Gabriella Vazzana, Phebe Bridges, Cassidy Beltran and Nya Jackson. BONSALL – On two separate trips in May, the Sullivan Middle School Music Department participated in Music in the Parks festivals. Under the direction of Stacy Pecore and choreographer Morgan Sharpe, Sullivan is proud

to announce the following results. Show Choir I won Overall Junior High Choral Sweepstakes with a Superior rating and a score of 95.5, Show Choir II also took a Superior rating. Show Choirs III, IV, and the Guitar Ensemble

took Excellent ratings and the Jazz Band took a Good. In conclusion, Madison Prince won Overall Junior High Vocal Soloist singing “Transylvania Mania.”

BONSALL – The Bonsall Union School District was delighted to present Chairman Robert Smith of the Pala Band of Mission Indians with the Association of California School Administrators and San Diego County School Board Association’s “Community Partner of the Year” award. The award covers both San Diego and Imperial counties. Dr. Justin Cunningham presented chairman Smith with the crystal apple, thanking the chairman for his “…wise, gracious, and generous

support that helps the Bonsall schools to continuously improve student learning.” Upon receiving this distinguished honor on behalf of the Pala Band of Mission Indians, chairman Smith said, “ ...we enjoy helping out education and of course the Bonsall Union School District is our district and we have a lot of kids, Native Americans, Hispanics, and Caucasians that attend, and we support all the kids in their education. We are glad to support you in these financial times.”

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SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – Air Force Airman Liana E. Young graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San AntonioLackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Young is the daughter of Lisa Plechner of Fallbrook and granddaughter of Cindy Carnes of Buena Park. She is a 2011 graduate of Fallbrook High School.

FA L L B R O O K – C h e l s e a Carpenter, a 2010 graduate of Fallbrook High School, received a bachelor of science degree in pharmacology from the University of California, Santa Barbara at the commencement ceremony held on June 14. While attending UCSB, Carpenter completed an internship in the pharmacy at the Public Health Dept. in Santa Barbara. She also trained with CVS Pharmacy earning her pharmacy technician license, and was a lab assistant to the head of the pharmacology department on campus. Carpenter was vice president of the Pre-Pharmacy Student Association at UCSB and was an active member of the Christian sorority Alpha Delta Chi. Following graduation, Carpenter is traveling to the rain forest of Costa Rica as a member of a biological research team. Upon her return, she plans to pursue a career in drug research at a biotech company in the San Diego area. She is the daughter of Kendall and Linda Carpenter of Bonsall.

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Wade given Retired Employees of San Diego Count y scholarship check Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Fallbrook’s McKenna Wade is the granddaughter of Joan McVeigh, who was a social worker for the County of San Diego’s Health and Human Services Department for 20 years. As the child or grandchild of a retired County of San Diego employee, Wade was eligible for a Retired Employees of San Diego County (RESDC) scholarship and, during the presentations portion of the June 17 San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting, RESDC president Susan Mallett presented Wade with a $2,000 check. Wade was one of five RESDC scholarship recipients. “I am so excited. I was honored to be one of the five,” she said. “I’m sure they evaluated so many great applicants.” Wade’s father, William, spent 23 years in the United States Marine Corps before retiring with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. The family

moved away from Fallbrook due to his deployments but returned in 2006. Wade’s mother, Ann, now teaches fitness and yoga classes at the Fallbrook Community Center. Wade attended Potter Junior High School before commuting to Temecula for four years at Great Oak High School. She was in the International Baccalaureate program at Great Oak, and her activity during her high school years also included more than 700 volunteer hours. Marine Corps Installation West named Wade as its 2013 Youth Volunteer of the Year. Wade graduated from Great Oak High School on June 5. Wade will be attending the University of San Diego and plans to major in human biology. “I’d like to become a Navy or Air Force doctor,” she said. “I’m so proud of my granddaughter,” McVeigh said. To comment on this story online, visit

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Fallbrook High graduate Tanner Moffat helps with the building of school classrooms in Peru. FALLBROOK – This summer Fallbrook resident Tanner Moffat decided to spend his summer vacation in a third world country doing humanitarian work for the poor. He teamed up with Humanitarian Experience for Youth (H.E.F.Y.) and 18 other youth from around the United States to build school classrooms in Peru. From June 12 through June 28, the Moffat is spending long days doing manual labor in an effort to learn the true meaning of service. For these two and a half weeks he is waking up early and putting on his work gloves to spend the day digging, mixing cement, laying brick, and serving those in impoverished conditions. In the process, he is changing the lives of those he is serving, as well as his own. “Simply stated, the mission of Humanitarian Experience is to change lives through service. It changes the lives of everyone involved,” said H.E.F.Y. founder Glenn Bingham. “While doing this work abroad is certainly not an easy task, it helps people like Tanner experience the joy that comes through meaningful service. He inspires his peers, family, and community to make the time to serve those in need,” Bingham added. H . E . F. Y. i s a n o n p r o f i t service organization that offers humanitarian expeditions to youth ages 16-19. From the beginning of June through the end of August, H.E.F.Y. will bring over 850 volunteer participants to 10 different countries to build schools, orphanages, medical clinics, and homes. Each expedition consists of about 20 youth and four adults, and lasts for approximately three weeks. Typically two days are set aside for sightseeing, but the bulk of an H.E.F.Y. expedition involves serving others in poverty-stricken areas of the world. Expeditions are carefully organized so participants can work to the completion of a project, whether they are building houses, school classrooms, a medical clinic, or an orphanage.

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Business Grand Opening celebration held at ‘Wash Me Please’ car wash FALLBROOK – Grand Opening festivities were held June 21 at the new Wash Me Please full service car wash and detail center, located at the Shell gas station at 936 E. Mission Road, Fallbrook. Owner Vince Zura, a local resident, offered free car washes for a four-hour period that day

in addition to providing a free barbecue and other refreshments. Zura opened the new car wash for business on May 28 after owning the local Shell stations (S. Main Ave and E. Mission Rd.) for the past 10 years. At the new Wash Me Please facility, a multitude of services

are offered for vehicles of all sizes – including cars, trucks, boats, trailers, RVs, motorcycles, and more. Services range from the basic, sparkling clean car wash to full detail options. Discounts are given to seniors and military every day. For more information, call (760) 731-1333.

The staff of Wash Me Please car wash pose for a photo prior to the Grand Opening festivities. A vehicle moves through the automated wash process at Wash Me Please car wash on June 20. Shane Gibson photos

San Diego Count y Board of Supervisors proclaim June 11 as Bonsall Union School District Day BONSALL – After 19 years of serving the Bonsall community, the Bonsall Union School District held its last meeting of the Governing Board of Trustees on Wednesday, June 11, 2014. After reading the County of San Diego’s proclamation presented by Board of Supervisors vice chair Bill Horn, Dr. Justin Cunningham presented each of the board members with an engraved clock noting the many years they had served the district.

The Bonsall Union School District was formed on Aug. 26, 1995, but in the November 2012 election voters passed a proposition creating a new unified school district to begin on July 1, 2014, to add high school grades over the next few years. The same board members will serve the Bonsall Unified School District until the November 2014 election when all five seats are on the ballot.

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Leland Rae Hueser passed away peacefully on Thursday, June 19, 2014 at the age of 86 years after a recent stroke. Lee was born April 4, 1928 in Marcus, Iowa to Mildred and Benjamin Hueser. The third of nine children, he graduated from Quimby High School in 1946 and enlisted in the Marine Corp. After his honorable discharge, he returned to Iowa and used his GI bill to become trained in Omaha as a railroad telegrapher. His first job for the Southern Pacific Railroad took him to California where he met his wife, Margaret Reusser, at a YWCA dance class. They married

August 12, 1951 at the First United Methodist Church of Sacramento. Lee’s occupation changed over the years from telegrapher to agent and then bookkeeper for Pacific Motor Trucking Company. In all he worked 40 years for the railroad. Lee and Margaret raised two children, Karen and Kent, in Sacramento and over the years Lee was very active with his children’s activities as well as his interests in the Masons, Shriners, Elks, and the church. Margaret and Lee enjoyed bridge and dancing with friends. Lee loved his family and spent every other summer traveling back to Iowa to visit his parents and siblings. Each visit, the Leland Hueser family went a different route so that by the time his kids were graduating high school, they had visited every state in the U.S. After visiting the U.S., Lee and Margaret began to travel overseas and became very avid travelers. Their interest in traveling did not wane and even in the past year, they took a trip to meet up with their grandson in Vietnam, attended their grandson’s college graduation in North Carolina and visited their son in Washington state. Overall, they visited all 50 states and over

50 countries throughout the world. In 2001, Lee and Margaret moved to Fallbrook from Sacramento to be nearer their daughter’s family and settled in the Rancho Monserate mobile home park of Fallbrook. There Lee enjoyed playing bridge, pinochle, dancing, grandchildren’s activities and golf. They spent a few months a year at the Fountain of Youth Spa in Niland where they met up with friends, played card games, danced and socialized. Lee is survived by his wife of 62 years, Margaret; daughter Karen Colburn (Steve) of Fallbrook, Calif.; son Kent Hueser (Paula) of Spokane, Wash.; grandchildren Jeanelle, Garrett (Terra), Ashley, Wade, Brittany, Dillon and greatgranddaughter Alexys. He also is survived by siblings Bill (Roberta), Lester, Betty, Jerry (Jean), and Peggy. Leland Hueser was loved by many and will be dearly missed. He was a gentle soul who would do anything for his neighbor and enjoyed each moment of life to the fullest. He has left a wonderful legacy and memories to last forever. A Celebration of Life will be held at his daughter’s home in the near future.

Collis Roy Woodward, 97, of Fallbrook, Calif., passed away peacefully on June 20, 2014. A memorial service will be held 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 28 at Hill Avenue Grace Lutheran Church in Pasadena, Calif. He was a longtime resident of Altadena, Calif. Collis, Woody to his friends, was born September 18, 1916

in San Antonio, Texas to Edwin and Fay (Boatwright) Woodward. He graduated from Pearsall High School in 1933 and then graduated Schreiner Academy in 1935. He moved to California and worked in banking where he met and married Lucille Ruth Olson on September 28, 1940. During the war years, he worked for a surveying company and traveled throughout the South and Midwest. After the war, he returned to California and worked for Humble Oil (Exxon) for 35 years until his retirement. Collis and Lucille were long-time members of Hill Avenue Grace Lutheran Church (having been married there). He loved his family and his workshop where he did extensive wood and metal working. He also enjoyed gardening and traveling. He took care of Lucille in her later years until her death in 2005. Woody was always lending a helping hand. He did extensive

volunteer work at the church, doing repairs and refurbishments, assisting neighbors and friends. He was always eager to help those in need. He lists the building of his home in Altadena as a major accomplishment in his life, but he will be remembered most for his kindness to his fellow man. He is survived by daughter Carol Noble of Newport Beach, Calif.; son Collis Jr. (Anne) of Fort Collins, Colo.; daughter Wendy Fresch (Curt) of Seal Beach, Calif., and daughter Susan Henderson (Chris) of Fallbrook; and 11 grandchildren (three step-grandchildren) and 12 great-grandchildren (4 step-greatgrandchildren). The family wants to thank the staff at Regency Fallbrook, Virginia and Renee from Fallbrook Home Health and Hospice, and Carlos and his wonderful caretakers with Affordable & Quality Home Care for their loving and kind care given to our Dad. We miss him.

Lucrette Gratz-Oosterbaan born Jan. 4, 1930, the Hague, Holland, passed away June 11, 2014. She married Karl Gratz in 1953 in Köln, Germany. During 1948-1949, she was the official Droeste Chocolate Girl, later an accomplished artist/sculptress in oils, clay, and bronze, and owner of California Interior Arts in Manhattan Beach and Fallbrook in 1973. She survived WWII and a massive stroke at the age of 38, living a full life for another

45 years, leaving behind three sons Wilfried (Cindee), Manfred (Carol), Karl (Tiffany); six grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. She loved to fish, camp and garden. Her ashes were scattered at sea as per her Dutch heritage.

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June 11 31200 block Via Puerta Del Sol

Residential burglary

5200 block S. Mission Rd.

5150/Mental disorder

1100 block S. Mission Rd.

Arrest: Under influence of controlled substance; possess unlawful paraphernalia

June 12 600 block E. Elder St.

Assault w/deadly weapon

500 block Timberfeather Ln.

5150/Mental disorder; domestic violence incident

2500 block Yesteryear Ln.

5150/Mental disorder

700 block S. Stage Coach Ln.

Arrest: Felony warrant

500 block E. Elder St.

5150/Mental disorder

300 block E. Mission Rd.

Commercial burglary

June 13 39400 block De Luz Rd.

Residential burglary; stolen vehicle

1000 block S. Mission Rd.

Arrest: Drunk in public

800 block S. Wisconsin

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300 block E. Alvarado St.

Found narcotics

Beech St. @ Pico Ave.

Arrest: Drunk in public; resist officer

June 14 5500 block Mission Rd.

Sexual battery

2100 block Morro Rd.

Arrest: Spousal abuse w/minor injury

700 block Alturas Rd.

Cited: Possess unlawful paraphernalia

100 block Alvarado Ct.

Stolen vehicle

39400 block De Luz Rd.

Residential burglary

1200 block Old Stage Rd.


1400 block Via Monserate

Petty theft

5300 block Triple Crown Dr.

Vehicle burglary

1100 block S. Mission Rd.


900 block E. Mission Rd.

Petty theft

4800 block Fifth St.

Arrest: Drunk in public

500 block Alturas Rd.

Petty theft

June 15 1100 block S. Vine St.

Vehicle registration expired

5500 block Mission Rd.

Arrest: Drunk in public

700 block Alturas Rd.

5150/Mental disorder

700 block W. Fallbrook St.


600 block S. Main Ave.


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Arrest: Drunk in public

200 block W. Ash St. (#2)

Arrest: Drunk in public

5800 block Camino del Rey

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June 16 1100 block S. Mission Rd.


4100 block Serranos Ct.

Forgery; petty theft

200 block Del Valle Dr.

Forgery; petty theft

1100 block S. Mission Rd.

Violate restraining order; battery w/minor injury

100 block Orvil Way

Get credit w/other’s ID

1600 block S. Mission Rd.

Lost item

1000 block S. Main Ave.

Commercial burglary

2600 block Gird Rd.

Arrest: Possess narcotics; under influenced of controlled substance; possess unlawful paraphernalia

7400 block W. Lilac Rd.


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June 17 900 block E. Mission Rd.

Runaway juvenile

100 block Alvarado Ct.

Residential burglary

5500 block Mission Rd.

Arrest: Drunk in public

1400 block Alturas Rd.

5150/Mental disorder

200 block W. Aviation Rd.

Found property

300 block E. Alvarado St.

Found narcotics

200 block W. Aviation Rd.

Petty theft

900 block Alturas Rd.

Found narcotics

600 block Morro Rd.

Residential burglary

June 18 1600 block Calavo Rd.

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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 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-014310—Name of Business CSBC (CALIFORNIA SCHOOL BUSINESS CONSULTANTS) 1718 Tecalote Drive, #7, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Billy R. Benson dba SBC/Sole Proprietorship, 1718 Tecalote Drive, #7, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 1/1/2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 22, 2014 LEGAL: 3631 PUBLISHED: June 12, 19, 26, July 3, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-013556—Name of Business a. SANTA PALOMA b. SANTA PALOMA GROVE 40370 Ross Road, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Hua Yu, 6022 Sierra Siena Road, Irvine, CA 92603 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was March 15, 2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 14, 2014 LEGAL: 3632 PUBLISHED: June 12, 19, 26, July 3, 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

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-015953—Name of Business THE SCREENMAN 3066 Ridge Creek Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is registered by the following: Jeffrey Jeremiah Petrone, 3066 Ridge Creek Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JUNE 10, 2014 LEGAL: 3635 PUBLISHED: June 19, 26, July 3, 10, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-016261—Name of Business DIVINE NATURE 3757 S. Mission Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego Mailing Address: 1191 Riverview Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is registered by the following: Kerry Fey Doney, 1191 Riverview Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JUNE 13, 2014 LEGAL: 3636 PUBLISHED: June 19, 26, July 3, 10, 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

Abandonment/Name STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME File Number: 2014-014617 Fictitious business name(s) to be abandoned: EL CAJON VALLEY MOBILE HOME PARK 410 South 1st Street, El Cajon, CA 92019 County: San Diego Mailing Address: 7604 Olcott Avenue, Bakersfield, CA 93308 The fictitious business name referred to above was filed in San Diego Count on 3/22/2011 and assigned File No. 2011-008448. Fictitious business name is being abandoned by the following registrant(s): 1. Donald L. Miller Trust B, dtd 7/31/67, Ronald L. Miller, Trustee, 7604 Olcott Avenue, Bakersfield, CA 93308 2. Jean S. Carlton Trust, dtd 7/15/87, William Carlton, Trustee, 22728 McManus Drive, Chugiak, AK 99567 The business is conducted by a General Partnership Additional Registrants: 3. The Osberg Family Trust, Karen Templeton, Trustee, 1071 Kasper Road, Moscow, ID 83843 4. Robert Kuhnau, 1141 N. Bison Golf Court, Tucson, AZ 85739 5. Elizabeth H. Holtby, 917 Farragut Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80909 6. Arcadi Family Trust, utd 04/05/2000, Frances Arcadi, Trustee, 3762 Clara Drive, Napa, CA 94558 7. Carol Anne Stensrud Trust, dtd 10/06/09, Carol Stensrud, Trustee, 13491 Summit Circle, Poway, CA 92064 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON May 28, 2014 LEGAL: 3633 PUBLISHED: June 12, 19, 26, July 3, 2014


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Outstanding landscapes earn honors FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Beautification Alliance (FBA) has announced the winners of its seventh annual Outstanding Landscape awards. Each year, the FBA recognizes those who have taken an extra effort in keeping Fallbrook beautiful. Submissions are open to residential and commercial properties alike. An FBAappointed committee reviews each submission for innovative, sustainable, or beautiful landscaping, architectural design, public art, preservation, conservation, and more. The winners for 2014, by category, include: Residential The home of Sharon and Bill Desatoff, located at 1624 McDonald Rd. was selected as the residential winner for 2014. The fact that the Desatoff’s were in the floral design business for more than 15 years shows. This do-it-yourself project was completed section-by-section, taking six years. The landscape has no automatic irrigation and is all hand-watered. Taking lessons that she learned from the Fallbrook Garden Club, such as in mulching, Sharon has created a garden and butterfly paradise. The property has many large boulders, all donated by local construction companies looking to keep them out of their way.

Drought-tolerant Jerry and Cindy Sims of 2132 Vista Valle Verde are this year’s drought tolerant winners. Judges called the Sims’ landscape “a feast for the eyes.” Completed just over a year ago by Fallbrook landscape designer Mike Knox, this previous nearly acre of grass was transformed into a stunning scene of Italian olive trees, large boulders, and an impressive collection of cacti and succulents. Large euphorbias and prickly pear cacti are surrounded by colorful low growing red yuccas, yellow-tipped aloe brevefolia and giant green salad bowl aeoniums. Mexican sage offers splashes of purple, and Little John bottle brush plants spice it up with abundant blooms of red. This garden is on drip irrigation, reducing the water consumption considerably, according to the homeowner. The garden also boosts giant agave Americana,

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golden barrel cacti, calandrinia blooming in hot pink, and much more. Non-Profit The Fallbrook branch of the San Diego County Library at 124 S. Mission Road took the Outstanding Landscape honor in this category. According to judges, “This award-winning library continues to put effort into making sure the environment inside and out is warm and welcoming. In collaboration with the Friends of the Fallbrook Library, they have succeeded.” Pavlina Nasim, assistant branch manager, takes great pride in improving the community’s experience at the library, showing off the beautiful, easy-care landscaping that includes many drought tolerant plants, such as the tall dragon and crepe myrtle trees, red-blooming kangaroo paws, and low growing lavender and blue senecio. Large agaves bracket the sides, and the landscape is enhanced by the colorful donor mosaic mural on the front wall.

Courtesy photos Sharon and Bill Desatoff’s home, located at 1624 McDonald Rd., wins the Outstanding Residential Landscape award from the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance (FBA). Pictured from left are, Ellie Knight, FBA awards committee; Sharon Desatoff, homeowner; and Shirley Fender, FBA board member.

Commercial T h i s y e a r ’s O u t s t a n d i n g Commercial Landscape award was presented to Rite-Aid Pharmacy at 1331 South Mission Road. The property faces both South Mission Road and West Clemmens Lane. Rite-Aid manager Dan Ouellete

Fallbrook Beautification Alliance bestows seventh annual awards The yard originally contained fruit trees but is now home to rolling walkways, birdbaths and trellises, as well as many vibrant flowers and numerous native plants. Butterflies flutter around host plants, including the butterfly bush and flambego. Morning glories add lots of color, accented by purple, pink, and white delphiniums and cosmos.

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said, “The pharmacy is a great example of corporate dedication to a positive customer experience.” The front door is flanked by large pygmy date palms, growing out of a wide bed of vibrant pansies and begonias. The parking lot is filled with colorful Indian hawthorne and geraniums. Drought tolerant fountain grass and multi-colored lantana add pleasing contrast on some of the parking lot islands. Sonia Vera, Fallbrook Rite Aid wellness ambassador said, “We want the landscape outside to welcome you first and then to have the experience continue inside here at Rite-Aid.” Each winner received a framed certificate, street signage acknowledging their win, and a ticket to the upcoming FBA July 4 celebration at the Grand Tradition Estate & Gardens. The Fallbrook Beautification Alliance is a non-profit volunteer o rg a n i z a t i o n w o r k i n g w i t h community partners to enhance F a l l b r o o k ’s v i s u a l a p p e a l . Founded in 2004, the organization is funded through donations and the July 4 annual fundraiser and fireworks display. To l e a r n m o r e a b o u t t h e work of the FBA and how to support its endeavors, visit www.

Winner of the Non-Profit category of the 2014 Outstanding Landscape award from the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance (FBA) is the Fallbrook branch of the San Diego County Library at 124 S. Mission Rd. Pictured from left are Pavlina Nasim, assistant branch manager; Jeanne Meadow, FBA awards committee; and Janice Phoenix, FBA awards chair.

Winner of the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance’s (FBA) 2014 Outstanding Landscape in the Waterwise category is the property of Jerry and Cindy Sims, 2132 Vista Valle Verde. Pictured from left are, Mike Knox, Concepts in Landscaping; Janice Phoenix, FBA awards chair; Yogi (the dog); property owner Jerry Sims, and Shirley Fender, FBA board member.

The Fallbrook Rite-Aid store, located at 1331 S. Mission Rd. wins the Outstanding Commercial landscape award from the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance. Pictured from left are, Sonia Vera, wellness ambassador, Rite-Aid; Dan Ouellette, manager, Rite-Aid; Ellie Knight, FBA awards committee; Jeanne Meadow, FBA awards committee; and Shirley Fender, FBA board member.

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JUNE 26, 2014

Fallbrook/Bonsall Village News

Home & Garden & Real Estate Topping is for ice cream, not trees Experts say topping is “outlawed” by national tree care standards. the tree. Proper pruning does not stimulate re-growth, and the tree will not respond as drastically as when topped or over-thinned. A qualified arborist is trained to understand which kinds of cuts to make (thinning cuts, not heading or topping cuts); he or she also knows when to stop. Fiction: “Topping a tree is cheaper than having it pruned.” Fact: Initially, it might seem cheaper to cut the tree in half to get the result one is looking for. But over time the tree will require more frequent maintenance, and become a danger. Drastic topping cuts create opportunities for epicormic shoots on the remaining trunk to grow quickly into large, poorlyattached branches, if the tree doesn’t just die outright. The potential for them to break off and cause a hazard to property or people is very high. From a legal standpoint, the owner or owners of such a tree may be responsible for damages if it can be proved they were negligent. Incorrect pruning can cause trees to become hazardous, and therefore is negligence. Fiction: “Topping is a timetested way to prune a tree.” Fact: Topping is not a standard practice, and in fact is “outlawed” by national tree care standards. To p p i n g h a s a l w a y s b e e n controversial. If anyone says they have always done it that way, it’s a good bet they aren’t up to speed with the latest, scientific tree care methods.

A professional arborist knows the proper way to prune trees for maximum health and beauty. FALLBROOK – The term “tree topping” refers to the removal of main tree branches to stubs in either a straight-across hedge fashion or a complete de-limbing of the tree, leaving only the main trunk or trunks of a tree. It’s important for property owners and renters to understand what is fiction and what is fact about this practice.

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To learn more about how to reduce a tree’s growth without the injurious effects of the “toppings,” consult with a professional arborist who is bound by an industry code of ethics to provide proper pruning according to the profession’s tree care standards. To locate a local arborist affiliated with the Tree Care Industry Association, call tollfree (800) 733-2622 or search by zip code at

Fiction: “The tree is too big and casts too much shade, and needs to be reduced by topping.” Fact: By their very nature, trees create shade, which means it’s not reasonable to plant anything underneath and expect full success. But in some instances, proper selective pruning, not topping, can reduce the bulk of a tree, letting in more light and allowing wind to pass through

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Fiction: “Topping rejuvenates the tree” Fact: Tree topping usually removes so much of the tree’s crown that it can unbalance an older tree’s root-to-shoot ratio and temporarily cut off its ability to make food. When trees are topped, they will typically respond by readily growing new shoots. From

that point forward they become high-maintenance. Most must be pruned regularly in an attempt to restore normal structure and growth. Pruning a tree annually is not environmentally sustainable or cost-effective. A tree will also be more susceptible to disease and insect problems.



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Fallbrook/Bonsall Village News

Fallbrook village zone classifications to be renamed Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The County of San Diego has recognized that one-size-fitsall zoning is not appropriate for different unincorporated communities, and the Fallbrook Revitalization Plan approved in 2003 included zoning specific to the Fallbrook Village area and designated V1, V2, V3, V4, and V5. Fallbrook was the first community in San Diego County to have village-specific zoning, and upcoming village plans for Alpine and Ramona will force a change of names for the Fallbrook zones. “All we’re doing is changing the name,” said county Department of Planning and Development Services planning manager Joe Farace. Because the change in name is linked to the approval of the new Alpine and Ramona zoning, the full action itself may not be as uncontested. On June 13, the county’s Planning Commission voted 6-0, with Adam Day absent, to recommend the Alpine and Ramona village designations while sending one Ramona proposal for a commercial and civic area around a lake back to the review process. The Planning Commission only makes recommendations on zoning changes and San Diego County Board of Supervisors approval is needed to make the rezoning official. The supervisors are expected to hear the package

in late July. The Fallbrook village zoning and its associated regulations in Fallbrook’s business district are intended to promote and preserve the village character, create a pedestrian-friendly environment for residents and visitors, and encourage the growth of Fallbrook’s art industry. Uses which were in effect prior to the 2003 adoption of the Fallbrook village zoning are allowed to continue in those locations. The V1 zoning classification for Fallbrook would be changed to FB-V1. Fallbrook’s Village 1 zone is intended to encourage primarily retail businesses fronting a pedestrian-oriented street. The regulations allow residential dwelling as a secondary use. The Village 2 zone whose classification name would be changed from V2 to FB-V2 is intended to serve as a buffer between the retail-oriented V1 zone and the more industrial V3 zone. In addition to the uses allowed in the Village 1 area, the Village 2 area also allows more intensive civic and automotive service uses, and residences are allowed as a co-principal use subject to limitations. The zoning classification for the Village 3 area would be changed from V3 to FB-V3. That area is intended to provide opportunities for clean industry and manufacturing, including art creation. All uses allowed under V1 and V2 zoning are also permissible in the area with

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which would be renamed from V4 to FB-V4 is similar to the V1 zoning but allows for more automotive-oriented uses and a flexible front yard setback. The intent of the Village 5 area, whose zoning is slated to change from V5 to FB-V5, is principal and dominant administrative office and professional services use. Residential uses are allowed, and development shall have a scale and appearance compatible and complementary to adjacent residential uses. Uses which

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T h e c o u n t y ’s P l a n n i n g Commission approved a Major Use Permit to construct a wireless telecommunications facility in the 2300 block of East Vista Way in Bonsall. The Planning Commission’s 6-0 vote, with Adam Day absent, allows Verizon to mount 12 panel antennas, 12 remote radio units, and one microwave antenna on a 35 foot tall false broadleaf tree. The permit also allows for an associated equipment enclosure. The permit covers 432 square feet of the five-acre parcel southeast of the intersection of East Vista Way and Osborne Street. The property has A70 Limited Agriculture zoning, which allows for a wireless facility with the issuance of a Major Use Permit, and a semi-rural land use designation. The site currently includes a single-family residence, a wholesale nursery, agricultural buildings, utility poles, and trees. The wireless facility will be located along the northeastern portion of the property. An alternative site analysis found that the desired coverage

could not be met in a preferred zone or in a preferred location due to the lack of existing facilities which would create a preferred location. Residents to the east and south will be able to see the top of the enclosure and the crown of the false tree, residents to the west will have a view only of the tree’s crown since existing greenhouse structures block the views from that angle, and residents to the north will have a greater view of the tree and a portion of the trunk. The false tree is expected to blend with the nursery trees, and the design and color of the equipment enclosure will help it blend with the surrounding agricultural buildings. On Jan. 7, the Bonsall Sponsor Group voted 5-0 to recommend approval of the permit. The remote radio units will be placed behind the panel antennas to limit visibility, and each antenna will be covered in a false leaf “sock” while false branches will extend at least 18 inches past the panel antennas. The microwave antenna will be located within the false branches and will be painted green to match the color of the false branches and leaves. One of the equipment enclosures

at the base of the false tree will contain the operations equipment while the other will house a 30 kilowatt emergency generator. The portion containing the equipment will be surrounded by a concrete masonry unit enclosure 12 feet by 22 feet which will have a pitched roof covered with tiles. Two global positioning system antennas will be mounted on top of the equipment enclosure, which will have a stucco finish and be painted an off-white color to blend with the surrounding agricultural buildings. The generator will be enclosed by a 12 foot by 14 foot concrete masonry unit wall with a chain-link lid which will allow for air flow and a metal trellis roof which will be painted brown for aesthetic purposes. The installation work will include between 710 and 725 feet of trenching for electrical and telecommunications connections. Because the trenching will be conducted in a disturbed area, no environmental mitigation or monitoring will be necessary. To comment on this story online, visit

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way that made residents proud of their community. First responders from throughout the region responded quickly and effectively; local governments mobilized and joined in a coordinated response; and neighbors helped neighbors, looking out for each other and helping one another wherever possible.” The After Action Report states “significant adjustments and improvements were made to overall county operations, including the creation of the San Diego County Fire Authority, improved regional collaborations, and development of the County’s Advanced Recovery Initiative” since the 2007 Firestorm. The County’s Office of Emergency Services staffed the Operational Area Emergency Operations Center to monitor, at first, and later manage a regional emergency. At peak staffing, more than 45 federal, state, and local departments and agencies were represented in the central command center during the fires. In one key role, the County relayed emergency information to the public, after it had been verified and confirmed, by sending it to media and posting directly to its website and more. The emergency website received more than 2.4 million pages views during the fires. T h e C o u n t y ’s s h o r t - t e r m recovery process was initiated shortly after the fires began and continues to help fire victims with financial assistance, damage assessments, debris removal and rebuilding information among other services. At the June 17 meeting, Supervisors accepted the report and voted to support all its recommendations. They also recommended that staff convene a workshop within 45 days for elected and fire officials at the local, state and federal level to develop recommendations to improve fire protection in the County. The Board also recommended staff hold a meeting between first responders and emergency managers at the local, state and federal level to standardize policies during red flag conditions, then report back in 90 days with recommendations. Additional ideas for improving the region’s response included working with fire officials to provide fire perimeter maps to the public and media more quickly, reviewing methods to increase multi-lingual communications during a disaster, creating a document that clarifies the roles and responsibilities of County emergency management for arriving out-of-area incident management teams and training hundreds of additional County employees to work in shelters, Local Assistance Centers and as 2-1-1 operators during disasters. In a related action, the Board also voted to support State Assembly Bill 922 to provide relief to victims of wildfires. The bill would add the May 2014 fires to the specified disasters eligible for income tax deductions for those that lost property in the fires.

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MuSt See tHiS beautY $949,000 Gorgeous custom, gated home with the finest amenities. Generously sized kitchen with high end stainless applcs. Fabulous outdoor entertaining area with fireplace & outdoor kitchen. Grounds include fruit trees, grape vines & veggie beds. Serene views and 4 car garage.


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