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Vessels Family nixes proposal to keep golf course open By Debbie Ramsey & Joe Naiman

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The Vessels family has made itself clear. It is closing San Luis Rey Downs (SLRD) golf course on Aug. 6 and is not willing to entertain any proposals by local investors to keep it in operation. The primary group interested in keeping the course open has been a group of dedicated SLRD golfers, local investors, and residents who formed a grassroots organization called “Save the Downs.” Members of the group had worked diligently over the past several months gathering interest and significant financial commitments in order to craft a

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San Luis Rey Training Center faring well at Del Mar Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The Bonsall racehorse training facility which was once known as the San Luis Rey Downs Thoroughbred Training Center is now the San Luis Rey Training Center. It was closed for renovations from June 2013 to January 2014 before re-opening in January with the new name and upgraded facilities. During the first six days of the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club meet San Luis Rey trainer Peter Miller had three wins, four second-place finishes, and three third-place results. The San Luis Rey horses trained by John Sadler had three

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Dozens of local volunteers lend their help installing the landscaping around Marine Sgt. Julian Torres’ newly-constructed home Shane Gibson photo in the Gird Valley of Fallbrook on July 27. The injured Marine’s family home has been built by the Homes for Our Troops organization. See more photos on page A-6

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Village News Abby Knox is cheered as she crosses the finish line in the 2014 Avocado Half Marathon held in April. Debbie Ramsey Managing Editor Prior to giving the organizers of this year’s Avocado Half Marathon final approval to hold the event again in 2015, the County of San Diego has required that the proposed plan for the event go in front of the public for comment at a Fallbrook Community Planning Group (FCPG) meeting. That meeting will take place on

Monday, Aug. 18. “The organizers of the Avocado Half Marathon have asked to be on the August Planning Group agenda,” said Anne Burdick, chair of the FCPG circulation committee. “The County asked them to organize early and provide an opportunity for the community to speak regarding the road closures during the hours of the event.” The reason behind the County’s

request was undoubtedly due to the number of complaints it and other entities received from residents on the affected roadways of the inaugural event. Dozens of complaint calls were fielded by the County as well as the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce and the Village News (neither of which were organizers or sponsors of the event). “There were a number of unhappy residents last year, and

Spencer Johnson photo it would be great if  they had  an opportunity to be heard,” said Burdick. Bob Fuller of the County of San Diego said he hopes as many residents turn out as possible to provide input on how improvements can be made to satisfy concerns about the roadways involved in the event.

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Brunch to feature Japanese internment survivor FALLBROOK – A Japanese internment survivor is to speak at the Grand Tradition on Friday, Aug. 15 as part of the August brunch program presented by the Fallbrook Women’s Connection. Tom Kobayashi, of Japanese descent, was born in the United States and is a citizen of this country. When WWII broke out, Kobayashi and his family were placed in Japanese internment camps across the country. He will share his story as an internment survivor and as a Hollywood motion picture executive, who found that “True Happiness is not Found in Pursuing Material Possessions, but in Unexpected Places.” Also featured in this program, will be Don McDougal from

the Grand Tradition Estate and Gardens. McDougal will tell how his family’s dream for the estate grew into a reality, through hard work, investment and vision. The Fallbrook Chorale Ensemble will perform for this event, as well as local pianist Jeanne Dixon. All men and women in the Fallbrook area are invited to attend this special event that will appeal to the intellect of all ages. The cost of $20 will include a brunch prepared by the Grand Tradition. Free childcare is available with reservations. To reserve a seat, call (760) 7233633 or (760) 731-7025, or email Fallbrookwomen@roadrunner. com. This event is sponsored by Stonecroft Ministries.

Rahman partners with Fallbrook Senior Center in Honorary Mayor race FALLBROOK – Mohammed Rahman of El Toro Market is one of the candidates running for the title of Honorary Mayor of Fallbrook. The annual mayoral race is designed as a fundraising effort by the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce. Each candidate must partner with a non-profit

organization who will also benefit by the individual’s fundraising effort. Rahman has chosen to affiliate with the Fallbrook Senior Center for the race. Information on the center’s programs is available by calling (760) 728-4498 or visiting www. fallbrookseniorcenter.com.

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REINS to host Bonsall Chamber Sundowner BONSALL – Bonsall Chamber’s Monthly Sundowner will be held at Reins Therapeutic Horsemanship Program on Thursday Aug. 14

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Courtesy photo Bonsall Woman’s Club recently installed its new officers; they are, from left, sitting, Jeannie Allen, hospitality; Robin Scheuer, president; Phyllis Zenz, president’s advisor; Pat Martin, co-first vice president - dean of chairmen; standing, Jacky Nutter, parliamentarian; Leslie Carapetian, corresponding secretary; Beverly Thompson and Mia Smyth, co-third vice presidents - programs; Bev York, co-first vice president - dean of chairmen; Pat Miller, second vice president - membership; Barbara Hartloff, co-fourth vice president - ways and means; Diane Trappen, newsletter; and Donna Shanahan, treasurer. Not shown are Gail Golden, PR and communications; Joan Kaford, hospitality; Linda Carter, co-fourth vice president - ways and means and Carol Haywood, intern treasurer.

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Limit landscape irrigation to 3 days per week & only 10 minutes per sprinkler station. This does not apply to landscape irrigation using water-efficient devices: weather-based irrigation controllers, drip/micro-irrigation systems, & the new rotating sprinkler nozzles. If your address ends in an: Odd-numbered address: water Mon., Wed. & Fri. Even-numbered address: water Tues., Thurs. & Sat. Do not wash down paved surfaces, except when necessary for safety or sanitation hazards. Stop water waste from inefficient irrigation, like runoff or overspray, onto non-targeted properties like roads. Irrigate residential and commercial landscape before 10 a.m. and after 6 p.m. only. Use a hand-held hose with a shut-off nozzle, or a bucket, to water trees and landscaping on residential & commercial properties not watered by an irrigation system. Irrigate nursery and commercial growers’ products before 10 a.m. and after 6 p.m. only. Watering is permitted any time with a bucket & hand-held hose with a shut-off nozzle. Irrigation of nursery propagation beds and watering of livestock is permitted any time. Ornamental fountains must recirculate their water. Wash vehicles using a bucket & hand-held hose with a shut-off nozzle, or high-pressure, low-volume wash system, or at a commercial site that recirculates its water. Don’t wash in hot weather due to excess evaporation. Restaurants: serve and refill water only when requested. Hotels and motels: offer guests the option of not laundering towels and linens daily. Repair all leaks within 72 hours of notification by FPUD, unless arrangements are made with the general manager. Use recycled or non-potable water for any construction when available. •

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Opinion We welcome legal immigrants Tea Party Patriots co-founder Jenny Beth Martin said it best concerning the issues facing America on immigration. She talked about the immorality of the impending border bailouts proposed by both President Obama and Speaker Boehner and their impact on those attempting to become Americans legally. In her speech she said, “millions of immigrants come to America – legally – to pursue the American Dream. We admire them for playing by the rules, respecting American law, and contributing to our country and our communities. We are for legal immigration – and against illegal immigration.

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Fallbrook Honorary Mayor Martin Quiroz speaks during a volunteer event held at the construction site of Marine Sgt. Julian Torres’ built by Homes for Our Troops on July 27.

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Local contractor Scott Youngren, left, with the help of volunteers, plants a tree in the front yard of Marine Sgt. Julian Torres’ new family home provided by Homes for our Troops. Youngren Construction Inc. was contracted to build the home.

Sawyer Knox of Concepts in Landscaping prepares the ground for volunteers to install plants at Marine Sgt. Julian Torres’ new home on July 27.

Homes for Our Troops volunteer, Julian Torres, 10, digs a hole in preparation of planting a plant at his family’s future home.

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Fallbrook Honorary Mayor Martin Quiroz lends his effort to help with landscaping the new home built by ‘Homes for our Troops’ in Fallbrook for Marine Sgt. Julian Torres and his family.

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Electra Mustaine has what it takes. This beautiful 16-year-old Fallbrook youth has significant academic achievements under her belt and will be making her way off to college soon while working on launching a career in country music. The daughter of Dave and Pam Mustaine, Electra is carrying forward a family tradition in music – albeit a different variety than her father’s acclaimed success with heavy metal band Metallica and thrash metal Megadeth. A student of Linfield Christian School, Electra was recently recognized by The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) for superior academic achievement. The society recognizes top scholars who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, scholarship, and community commitment. “On behalf of NSHSS, I am honored to recognize the hard work, sacrifice, and commitment that Electra has demonstrated to achieve this exceptional level of academic excellence,” said NSHSS founder and chairman Claes Nobel. “Electra is now a member of a unique community of scholars – a community that represents our very best hope for the future.” With the distinct goal of having a career in country music, Electra is already on her way, co-writing songs with Nashville contacts. Not only does she write her own material, she recently performed at the San Diego County Fair at Del Mar on July 6, singing known country hits as well as one of her originals. Christian-centered Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. is the college that Electra has decided to attend. Electra is likely drawn to the school since it offers an academically challenging education and stresses disciplined intelligence, compassion, courage, and faith. Electra Mustaine sings country hits at the San Diego County Fair on July 6 as well as her own original music. Courtesy photo

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Health Are you ingesting arsenic and not realizing it?

Reports show that 55 percent of raw, commercial chicken contains arsenic. FALLBROOK – Ever realize that some common foods contain arsenic? Water, rice, chicken feed (chickens), and seaweed are some examples. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, “Chronic inorganic arsenic exposure is known to be associated with adverse health effects on several systems of the body, but is most known for

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White rice contains less arsenic than brown rice. There have been long term studies showing arsenic contaminated water causes lung and bladder cancer along with other diseases, but there are no long-term studies on the effects f r o m ar s en ic co n tamin ated foods. Although the USA Rice Federation says it’s working with the FDA and the EPA to examine and assess arsenic levels in food, Allan Smith, M.D., Ph.D., a professor of epidemiology at the University of California, Berkeley says, “We should not be arguing to wait for years until we have results of epidemiologic studies at lower arsenic intake, such as from rice consumption, to take action.” Another popular food that contains more arsenic than rice is conventionally raised chicken. According to a study published by the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, 55 percent of commercial chicken purchased from the supermarket contains detectable arsenic, mostly in raw chicken breasts, thighs, and livers. Even the FDA admitted that chicken sold in U.S. supermarkets contains arsenic.  Pfizer, the very same company that makes vaccines, has been putting arsenic in their manufactured chicken feed, known as Roxarsone, for years. The agriculture industry used Roxarsone to be sure the chickens grew faster and to control intestinal diseases. As of September 2013, Pfizer announced that it would “voluntarily” withdraw Roxarsone from the market. There is limited data on the safety and effects of Nitarsone used in turkeys. The best method for preventing the adverse health effects of arsenic is to limit one’s exposure to this toxic element. Follow these guidelines to limit arsenic exposure found in foods:

and cook rice to lower total and inorganic arsenic levels by 35 percent and 45 percent compared to raw, uncooked rice. 3) Vary the diet. Look for alternatives to ricebased processed foods. Many gluten-free products and recipes typically will use rice flour for cooking and baking. Substitute rice with quinoa, almond meal, almond flour or coconut flour. 4) Limit products that list rice syrup as a sweetener. 5) Get tap water tested. Opt for reverse osmosis filtered water. 6) Instead of rice cereal as the first solid food for babies, try soft fruits and vegetables like sweet potatoes, squash, bananas and avocados. 7) Get tested.  A person can find out what level of toxic elements they are being exposed to and how well their body is eliminating them by getting a tissue mineral analysis and comprehensive blood panel. It’s important to know if one’s body is eliminating these elements at an optimal rate.  Everyone’s exposure values depend in part on what levels of pollutants they are exposed to at home and work as well as by what they eat and drink. The damage these toxic elements can do is influenced by a person’s nutritional status and how well they excrete those toxic elements. Testing methods to monitor elimination of toxic elements and their detrimental effects on the body can be done by an experienced nutrition-oriented health professional According to article author Debi Foli, RND, CNC it all starts with the Symptom Survey at straightnutrition.com/tools/ symptom-survey or call (888) 8207374. The information provided in this article is for educational purposes only and contains the opinion of the writer. One’s individual health status and any required healthcare treatments can only be properly addressed by a professional healthcare provider of one’s choice.

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First local human case of West Nile virus in 2014 reported SAN DIEGO – A 43-year-old Santee man has the first confirmed local case of West Nile virus (WNV) in 2014, the County Health and Human Services Agency reported on July 22. This is the first local human case since 2012. The man had no symptoms, but the virus was detected during routine screening of blood he had donated earlier this month. The man did not recall any recent mosquito bites, but he had been camping outside the state the week before his blood was drawn. The county’s Department of Environmental Health Vector Control Program is inspecting for potential mosquito breeding locations near the man’s home and setting up mosquito monitoring traps in the surrounding areas of Santee. “Even though it’s most likely this individual acquired West Nile outside of the county, we know the virus is here in San Diego County,” said Wilma Wooten, M.D., M.P.H, county public health officer. “Vector Control collected a dead crow reported by the public in the City of San Diego last week that has also tested positive for West Nile. “It’s important for the public to know West Nile virus is a dangerous and potentially deadly disease.”

The California Department of Public Health reported 15 West Nile virus-related fatalities in the state last year, but there have been no deaths in the 11 human cases confirmed so far this season. Most people are infected with the virus from June through October; with “peak season” in August and September. Of those who become infected with West Nile virus, 80 percent will have no symptoms. About one in five people who are infected will develop only a mild illness that includes a headache, fever, nausea, fatigue, skin rash or swollen glands. One in 150 (less than one percent) of those infected will have serious neurological complications that can be life threatening. The risk of complications increases for those over age 50, and for people with weakened immune systems. Health officials urge people to protect themselves by practicing “Prevent, Protect, Report.” Prevent mosquito breeding: Dump out or remove any backyard item that can hold water, such as plant saucers, rain gutters, buckets, garbage cans, toys, old tires and wheelbarrows. Mosquito fish, available for free from Vector Control, may be used to control mosquito breeding in backyard water sources such as neglected

Mosquitoes can spread West Nile virus. swimming pools, ponds, fountains and water troughs. Protect people from mosquito bites: People can protect themselves from West Nile virus by staying inside when mosquitoes are most active, between dusk and dawn, and by wearing long sleeves and pants when outdoors. They can use insect repellent containing DEET, picaridin, oil of eucalyptus

or IR3535 when outside. Also, make sure screens on windows and doors are in good condition and secured. Report dead birds and green swimming pools: Residents are asked to report dead crows, ravens, jays, hawks and owls, and green pools to the Vector Control Program at (858) 694-2888 or vector@sdcounty.ca.gov.

Courtesy photo Residents can help stop West Nile virus in San Diego County by downloading the “Fight the Bite!” app to anonymously report green swimming pools, mosquito breeding areas and dead birds. For more information about West Nile virus, go to www.sdcounty. ca.gov/deh/pests/wnv.html.

Hikers reminded to stay safe in the heat

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Home Bound Meals program gets a boost FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Vintage Car Club presented a donation to Phyllis Sweeney, special projects manager, for the Fallbrook Senior Citizens Center. The donation will go toward supplementing the center’s Senior Home Bound Meals program. The program provides meals for local Fallbrook seniors who are generally lower income and/or physically challenged and can no longer drive, or have significant daily living concerns. The center serves about 5060 homebound seniors weekly. Some of the seniors order extra

meals for weekends to carry them over until Monday. All the meals are delivered to the recipients doorstep by David Vidaca who has faithfully delivered them throughout Fallbrook for many years. The Senior Citizens Center is grateful for the donation from the car club. The Fallbrook Vintage Car Club is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to giving back to the local Fallbrook community all of the net proceeds received from their various fund raising activities.

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While eating a diet that is low in fat and high in whole-grain fiber, vegetables and lean proteins is important, exercise remains one of the key factors in maintaining a healthy weight. However, many adults and children simply do not get enough exercise during the day. An active lifestyle is often hampered by the prevalence of digital devices or sedentary jobs that encourage more screen time than fitness time. But there are ways for the entire family to get fit. Exercising together is not just a great way for families to get healthy, but also a great opportunity to spend time together. The following are a handful of ways families can work together to incorporate more exercise into their daily lives. • Tackle chores. Yes, tasks around the house can count as exercise. Working together not only gets people moving but also cuts down on the time it takes to tackle tasks around the house. Mowing the lawn, vacuuming the rugs, sweeping the floor – all of these activities can get the heart pumping. Make it fun by setting chores to music or competing against one another to see who gets their task done first or the best. • Compete in the pool. Swimming is a low-impact activity that works many muscles in the body. Taking a dip in the pool can be both relaxing and beneficial to one’s health. Compete with family members to make the most of the time spent in the water. Host relay swimming races, see how long each member of the family can tread water or create any other competitions that keep everyone in the pool moving. • Create an outdoor obstacle course. Set up a series of obstacles in your yard and host your own triathlon. You can jump through tires, climb through tubes and scale trees. Make it fun by having adults try to ride tricycles or pair up an adult with a child for sack races. The opportunities for fun are only hampered by your imagination. • Go for family bicycle rides. Traverse your neighborhood or blaze new trails by riding bikes together. Young children can be strapped into trailers that are pulled behind the bike or ride in seats attached to the bike itself. This gives everyone a chance to enjoy the great outdoors and hone their cycling skills. • Go hiking. Hiking is another fun family activity that also happens to make for great exercise. Choose a trail that may not be level and push everyone’s endurance to the test. • Stroll the beach. Walking or running on sand offers more resistance than walking on pavement. Take a stroll at the seaside. Break up the walk by collecting shells or stopping by the water to observe marine wildlife. • Hit the dance floor. If invited to a wedding or a Sweet 16 party, cut a rug and take advantage of the DJ and dance floor. When people are enjoying themselves, they probably don’t even realize how much they’re exercising. 


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Dining

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“Australian Lobster Tails” are exquisite entrées at Pala Casino’s Oak Room. I take another bite of the flameseared lobster tail. It is succulent and slightly sweet. The butter drips a bit. It doesn’t matter. In this elegant European-inspired restaurant several miles inland from the ocean, a delicious world of seafood is waiting to be discovered; and I think I am doing a pretty good job at exploring.

Luscious seafood entrées, such as this three-pound “Maine Lobster,” are enjoyed by diners at Pala Casino’s Oak Room. Nathalie Taylor Special to the Village News There is a certain allure to seafood – especially lobster. The thought that it is compactly contained in a shell and once inhabited cold, unfamiliar waters, is enticing. Discovering the succulent meat inside the vibrant red shells is like discovering a treasure. I have savored lobster from the Atlantic Seaboard to Sweden, but some of the most delicious lobsters I have ever eaten were enjoyed at Pala Casino’s Oak Room. The three-pound Maine lobsters are flown in live; and the lobster tails are flash-frozen on boats, then transported by air from Australia. Alaskan king crab is shipped from the Bering Sea where the cold water fosters a rich flavor. The twelve-inch crab legs dangle over the plate a bit. They are steamed and served split so there is no fuss or pesky errant crab juices. Fresh fish is delivered to the restaurant six days a week, but it is not always the same fish. Orange roughy, pink snapper (from Hawaii), swordfish, and John Dory are a sampling of the fish available sporadically. Because of this, the fish menu at the Oak Room doesn’t stand still. It is ever-changing with only two exceptions – the Alaskan halibut and Atlantic salmon. Diners know the menu selections are as fresh as the fish. One of the most provocative items on the menu has the longest name: Broiled Stuffed Shrimp in Apple Wood Bacon. Stuffing shrimp with crab makes them appear larger, but in this case the

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Camp Pendleton fire has consumed more than 500 acres, rapidly traveling to the north towards Cleveland National Forest

The Camp Pendleton Fire Department said as of 3 p.m. today, Sat., Sept. 15, that with the help of mutual aid assets, the south and west portions of a wildland range fire has been contained at just over 500 acres. The fire started Friday, Sept. 14 at approximately noon during a training exercise in the Whiskey Impact Area.

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Entertainment The Stylistics, Dramatics bring Soul, R&B hits to Pala PALA – Soul and R&B vocal legends The Stylistics and The Dramatics will perform at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 20, in the Events Center at Pala Casino Spa & Resort. The Stylistics are one of the bestknown Philadelphia soul groups of the 1970s. They formed in 1968, and were composed of lead Russell Thompkins, Jr., Herb Murrell, Airrion Love, James Smith, and James Dunn. All of their U.S. hits were ballads, graced by the soaring falsetto of Thompkins, Jr. and the lush productions of Thom Bell, which helped make the Stylistics one of the most successful soul groups of the first half of the 1970s. During the early 1970s, the group had 12 consecutive U.S. R&B top 10 hits, including “Stop, Look, Listen,” “You Are Everything,” “Betcha by Golly,

Wow,” “People Make the World Go Round,” “I’m Stone in Love with You,” “Break Up to Make Up,” and “You Make Me Feel Brand New.” Today’s Stylistics are the two originals, Love and Murrell, joined by Harold Eban Brown and Jason Sharp. The Dramatics originated in Detroit, Mich., and became national stars in 1971 when “What You See Is What You Get” hit the top 10 in the Billboard Hot 100 and then went gold. The group has continued to perform and today its members are L.J. Reynolds, Leon Franklin, Donald Albert, Winzell Kelly and Larry “Squirrel” Demps. Tickets are now on sale, with no service charge, at the Pala Box Office in the casino, or call 1-877-WIN PALA (1-877-9467252). Tickets also are available at Star Tickets, 1-800-585-3737, or www.startickets.com.

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Library of fers free concert and a lecture FALLBROOK – Friends of the Fallbrook Library (FOFL) will present Peter Bolland in their Acoustic Showcase on Sunday, Aug. 3 from 2 to 3 p.m. Acoustic Showcase is a music concert series presented on the first Sunday of each month, coordinated by Ross Moore. The concerts feature local musicians and singer-songwriters. Bolland is a teacher of philosophy

and religion as well as a folk guitarist. On Thursday, Aug. 7, from 6 to 7 p.m., the monthly lecture series will feature Marilyn Ribble, CSU San Marcos, speaking about the “First Ladies of America.” FOFL sponsors the Lecture Series on the first Thursday of each month. The lectures are presented by individuals with knowledge of a

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Art Capital Campaign Donor Wall unveiled by Fallbrook Arts, Inc.

Donors to the Capital Campaign for Fallbrook Arts, Inc. gather in front of the new donor wall at the Fallbrook Art Center. FALLBROOK – The Board of Directors of Fallbrook Arts, Inc. honored their Capital Campaign donors at a special reception on June 28, which included the unveiling of the art mural on the north exterior of the Fallbrook

Art Center which recognized the generosity of the donors. They were treated to a preview of the Transferring Ink 3 show hosted by master printmakers Ron Pokrasso and Dixon Fish. Fallbrook Arts, Inc. (FAI)

is dedicated to enriching the Fallbrook community by providing extraordinary art shows, equipping the School of the Arts with world renowned instructors and fostering working relationships with ambitious and

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enterprising artists and crafts people. T h e s c h o o l ’s p u r p o s e additionally is to educate budding artists from early childhood and up. FAI’s greatest wish is to make Fallbrook an arts destination while providing business development and support which in turn brings in revenues to Fallbrook. The donor recognition art mural was designed by metal artist Melissa Ralston. The mural recognizes donors who gave from $500 to over $10,000. Major donor plaques include quotes from the donors about the importance

of art to them personally. The first goal of the Capital Campaign is to pay off the mortgages on the Art Center and School of the Arts. To the donors, FAI President Jerri Patchett said, “The Fallbrook Art Center would simply not exist without your dedication and generosity. Your support makes it possible to preserve the specialness the Art Center has achieved over the years, especially in the quality of its exhibits. Your understanding of the importance of art and culture to our community is critical to our mission.”

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CALIFORNIA STATE RUGBY TOURNEY

U14 and U18 teams battle through

“Looking back, my whole life seems so surreal. I didn’t just turn up on the doorstep playing rugby; I had to go through a whole lot of things to get there.” Jonah Lomu

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[left] Fallbrook’s Patrick Crilly fights off a defender during the team’s U14 bronze medal loss to Hawaiian Gardens in the Cal State Rugby tournament on July 12.

“The only pain in rugby is regret” [below]U14 player Carlos Mejia tries to break away from a Coastal Dragon during one of Fallbrook’s wins July 12.

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Fallbrook U18 Player Landon Raster breaks free from a Back Bay defender in the team’s first-round victory in the Cal State Rugby Tournament on July 12.

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Fallbrook’s Caleb Maxwell receives a pass during the U14 team’s win over the Aztecs in the Cal State Rugby competition in Escondido on July 12. The U14 team went 2-2 in the tournament losing to Hawaiian Gardens in the bronze medal match up.


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Sports FHS cheer gears it up at summer camp FALLBROOK – All Fallbrook High School cheer squads were in attendance for a two day summer cheer camp, July 18 and 19, at Rancho Community School in Temecula. The cheerleaders were up early and began their day at 8 a.m. and concluded it at 5 p.m. Day one of camp consisted of all squads learning a dance, cheer and chant. They worked in new stunts and worked on jumps. On day two, cheerleaders practiced what they had learned from day one and also had to learn a new dance, a new cheer, a new chant and work on new stunts. At the end of day, two all squads had to unexpectedly combine all they had learned and prepare a routine and perform according to NCA rules. All teams had one hour with the help of one coach to prepare. Fallbrook cheerleaders were able to pull this off with good communication with their coach and one another. The Fallbrook squads were busy getting their routines down but also welcomed and gave out a helping hand to other school squads who had questions. The camp gave them a chance to meet squads from other schools and create relationships with one another. It was a advantageous opportunity and also great work out. When speaking with head coach Lupe Morales, she wanted to say, “Good job, girls. I see and appreciate your hard work. Thank you,” to all Fallbrook High Cheerleaders. As the new school year approaches, the cheerleaders

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will begin a diligent practice schedule that will prepare them for a successful season. August will mark the beginning of the 2014-2015 football season. As a friendly reminder the cheer squad would like to invite all Fallbrook residents to join them in supporting the Fallbrook High athletes. Click on the athletics tab at www.fallbrookhs.org for game dates and times.

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and up. “He handled it just fine,” Pearson said. “I just think the course is a very firm course,” Pearson said. “My horse handled it very well, so I was very happy.” Fast Track had the second post position and broke seventh among the nine horses. He was seventh after a quarter of a mile, sixth after half a mile, and fifth at threequarters of a mile. Fast Track entered the stretch in fourth place; he was four lengths in back of leader and eventual winner Super Ability, a head behind thirdplace Little Jerry, and a head in front of fifth-place Den’s Legacy. “He didn’t have the best of racing luck down the stretch,” Pearson said. Kokaltash went from seventh to third during the stretch to finish a head in front of Little Jerry, who beat Fast Track by a nose. Fast Track finished two lengths behind Super Ability and 1 3/4 lengths in front of sixth-place Stoney Fleece. “The horse was in a very tough race, so I think he ran very, very well,” Pearson said. The race had an $80,000 purse along with $24,000 of incentives for California-bred horses, for which the Kentucky-foaled Fast Track did not qualify. The $1,600 fifth-place share of the total purse

increased Fast Track’s career earnings to $117,172 including $37,152 during 2014 when he has been trained by Pearson. Three of Fast Track’s five career wins have occurred during 2014, all at the Turf Paradise track in Phoenix. The Del Mar race was the 34th for Fast Track, who was foaled on April 26, 2007. Pearson, who began her training career in 1983 when she was in Arizona, had trained out of Hollywood Park during the summers. “We love San Luis Rey,” Pearson said. “It’s an awesome place to train,” Pearson said. “The horses do very well there.” What had been the San Luis Rey Downs Thoroughbred Training Center closed in June 2013 for renovations before re-opening in January 2014 as the San Luis Rey Training Center. Hollywood Park closed in December, and Pearson moved her stables to San Luis Rey. “I think that is just a great place to train,” she said. “It’s got a nice swimming pool for horses, too,” she said. “I like the pool, too.” To comment on this story online, visit www.thevillagenews.com.


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Miller’s horses finish 1-2 in fourth race on Opening Day at Del Mar Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Opening Day for this year’s Del Mar Thoroughbred Club summer meet was July 17, and in the fourth race a pair of San Luis Rey Training Center horses trained by Peter Miller took the top two positions. Aftermarketslam and Super Reagan, both 3-year-old geldings who joined Miller’s barn after being claimed during a June 1 race at Santa Anita, finished first and second in the one-mile maiden claiming race for horses 3 years old and upward. Aftermarketslam, ridden by Drayden Van Dyke, won with a time of 1:38.74 and finished half a length ahead of Super Reagan, who was ridden by Elvis Trujillo. “It was a great thrill, a lot of fun, and I enjoyed the race. Didn’t know who to root for,” Miller said. Miller had eight horses who raced during the day, which was the most on Opening Day for any trainer. “Just worked out that way. It wasn’t a goal, but we had a lot of horses that fit the conditions and got lucky and got them all in and got lucky and got a win and a couple of seconds,” Miller said. Miller and Doug O’Neill each had eight horses entered, although one of O’Neill’s horses was on the “also eligible” list which allowed it to run if any of the horses which filled the field were scratched. Miller first saddled a horse that day for the second race, a 6 1/2-furlong maiden claiming race for fillies and mares 3 years old and upward. Full of Spice and jockey Victor Espinoza had a one-length lead after half a mile and a 1 1/2-length lead entering the stretch, but Bird in Love won that race by a 5 1/4-length margin and Full of Spice finished second. The 4-year-old filly, who was racing for the first time since Dec.

15, had run in six previous races with her previous best finish being a third-place result in October at Santa Anita. Miller’s horse in the third race, a six-furlong race for fillies and mares 3 years old and upward, was My Happy Face. The four-year-old filly ridden by Rafael Bejarano finished third, three lengths behind winner Kinz Funky Monkey. Aftermarketslam had the seventh post position in the fourth race. Super Reagan started from the second post position. Super Reagan broke fourth among the nine horses while Aftermarketslam was sixth out of the gate. After a quarter of a mile, Aftermarketslam was third, three-quarters of a length behind leader Jack Diz and half a length behind second-place Three Point Luke, while Super Reagan was in sixth. Three Point Luke reached the half-mile marker 47.75 seconds into the race with the lead and a head in front of second-place Aftermarketslam while Super Reagan was sixth. Aftermarketslam took the lead shortly afterward and had covered the first three-quarters of a mile in 1:13.80; he held a onelength lead over Super Reagan, who had moved into second a head in front of third-place Golden Chalice. Aftermarketslam entered the stretch 1:26.44 into the race and a head in front of Super Reagan, who had a 2 1/2-length lead over third-place Golden Chalice. Cotton Valley was the eventual third-place finisher, 5 3/4 lengths behind Aftermarketslam and 5 1/4 lengths in back of Super Reagan. The $5,000 winner’s share of the $25,000 total purse increased the career earnings of Aftermarketslam to $15,810 for his four races. Aftermarketslam finished second April 12 at Golden Gate Park and June 1 in Santa Anita and was pulled off the track during his May

Torrie Ann Needham/Burnin’ Daylight Images photo Aftermarketslam, trained by Peter Miller, is the winner of the fourth race on opening day at Del Mar. This horse trained at San Luis Rey Downs. 11 race at Santa Anita. Aftermarketslam was foaled in California on Feb. 7, 2011, and was bred by Mr. and Mrs. Larry Williams. His sire is After Market, who was a foal of Storm Cat, and his dam was Royal Grand Slam. Gary and Cecil Barber claimed Aftermarketslam from Mr. and Mrs. Williams. Super Reagan is owned by J. Kirk and Judy Robison, who claimed him from breeder Tom Roberts. He was foaled in California in February 2011. Super Reagan was sired by Successful Appeal out of Irish Bracelet and made his racing debut at Hollywood Park on Nov. 17, 2013. Super Reagan finished fourth both in his debut race and in the same June 1 race at Santa Anita in which Aftermarketslam finished second, giving the gelding $4,090 in career earnings prior to

the $5,000 he earned at Del Mar. Super Reagan also ran June 19 at Santa Anita and finished seventh. The eighth race of the day was the Oceanside Stakes. Miller trained Love Rules All, who spent most of the race in second place before finishing sixth approximately 2 1/2 lengths behind winner Enterprising. In the seventh race Miller saddled No Barneys, who finished last among the 10 horses. Miller had two horses in the ninth race: Xuang Feng and Close to the Edge. Xuang Feng finished fourth, although only a length behind winner Passing Game. Close to the Edge was 10th among the 11 horses, although only 7 1/4 lengths behind Passing Game. Xuang Feng was claimed for the $18,000 price and will now be training with Adam Kitchingman.

Drew selected to all-CIF first team Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The panel of coaches and media members who selected the all-CIF softball teams placed Fallbrook High School senior Hailey Drew on the all-section first team. “I’m really happy, and it’s an honor to be recognized,” Drew said. “It’s a great way to end my high school career.” Drew batted .467 for the season, including .593 against Avocado West League competition. Her 10 walks gave her a .533 on-base percentage. Drew’s 43 hits in 92 at-bats included seven doubles, two triples, and three home runs to give her a slugging percentage of .685. She scored 35 times while driving in 11 runs, and she stole 20 bases. Her shortstop activity included a .925 fielding percentage and participation in 11 double plays. “I think she earned it. She’s a leader on the field, and she contributes both offensively and defensively,” said Patti Drew, who is Fallbrook’s co-coach as well as Hailey Drew’s mother. “Hailey had a great season, and I consider her to be one of the best shortstops in San Diego County. I think a lot of coaches do.” “Just really happy that she was honored,” said Fallbrook co-coach Shannon Koran. “She’s really been the backbone of our team for the last four years.” Drew was also selected by the Avocado West League coaches

as the league’s player of the year for the 2014 softball season. The first-team league honors were her fourth; Fallbrook was in the Avocado East League in 2011 and 2012 when Drew was on that league’s first team both years, and she was a first-team selection of the 2013 Avocado West League coaches. During Drew’s first three high school seasons the all-CIF selection panel placed her on the second team. In 2011 and 2012, the softball coaches had all-division teams, and Drew was on the Division I first team both years. Drew’s teammates voted her as the Warriors’ Most Valuable Player in 2011. The 2012 awards banquet did not have an MVP honor, but Drew was given Best Defensive Player recognition. The MVP selection was reinstated in 2013, and Drew received that award. In 2014, the banquet had no MVP award, and Drew was the Most Valuable Offensive Player recipient. The U-T San Diego all-academic teams are limited to juniors and seniors, so Drew did not receive all-academic honors until 2013, when her 3.97 grade point average ranked second among upperclassmen on the varsity softball team. This year her 3.78 grade point average ranked fourth among eligible Warriors, behind three newly-eligible juniors, but still gave Drew a berth on the county’s all-academic team. Hailey Drew is a lifelong

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Fallbrook resident whose parents were also Fallbrook High School athletes. John Drew played football and baseball for the Warriors before graduating in 1978. Patti Drew was Patti Pearson when she played volleyball, football, and softball for the Warriors and followed her 1988 Fallbrook High School graduation with four softball seasons at Cal State University Northridge. Hailey Drew is the younger of the two Drew children; Fallbrook High School 2012 graduate Kaylie Drew played basketball and softball for the Warriors and is now on the University of Hawaii softball team. Hailey Drew attended Frazier Elementary School, La Paloma Elementary School, and Potter Junior High School prior to her four Fallbrook High School years. She played basketball and soccer as well as softball prior to high school. Drew dropped soccer once she began high school but made the Warriors’ varsity basketball team as a freshman and played four years on Fallbrook’s varsity as a point guard. Drew began playing softball at the age of eight with the Fallbrook Girls Softball League. She began travel ball with the Ozone club based in Oceanside and also played for the San Diego Breakers and the San Diego Rebels. During her Fallbrook High

School freshman season in 2011 Drew set school single-season records with 55 hits and a .597 batting average. Her hits included six doubles, a triple, and a home run. She scored 40 times while driving in 20 runs and stealing 22 bases. Opposing coaches and players made adjustments to Drew after her freshman year, but her 2012 sophomore season included a .402 average, a .496 onbase percentage, a .674 slugging percentage, 48 hits, 46 runs scored, 20 runs batted in, 12 doubles, four triples, two home runs, 18 walks drawn, and 19 stolen bases. Her 2013 offensive statistics included a .439 average, 36 hits, 32 runs scored, 17 runs batted in, four doubles, three triples, six home runs, 17 walks drawn, 15 stolen bases, a .535 on-base percentage, and a .780 slugging percentage, and as a shortstop she had a .908 fielding percentage. On Nov. 13, Drew signed a letter of intent to play softball at McNeese State University, which is in the western Louisiana town of Lake Charles. She plans to major in criminal justice and is contemplating a law enforcement career in the military (Drew’s paternal grandfather was a World War II veteran). “I’m just really excited to start college and my collegiate career,” Hailey Drew said.

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Education Does seating impact Art camp students show their work behavior and learning? FALLBROOK – The first day of school brings many changes. Students must acclimate themselves to a new routine and curriculum, while teachers must acquaint themselves with an entirely new crop of students. The first few weeks of school are a time to ease into the coursework and get to know everyone’s strengths, weaknesses and personality traits. On the first day of school, s tu d e n ts may b e s eated in alphabetical order, but over time seating assignments may change as the teacher quickly learns who is friends with whom, which students tend to be disruptive, which may need extra motivation, and which may need to hone their concentration skills. Many teachers find that seating charts make it easier to manage a classroom and facilitate the learning process. But a seating assignment that makes things easier on a teacher does not always benefit the student. A 2007 study by Holly Heindselman, Rhemie Mentac and Kristina Wesler at Hanover College found classroom seating arrangement can affect the level of interaction between teacher and student, which may impact test scores and learning potential. In general, as students sit further away from the “action zone,” an area of the classroom that comprises the center and the front rows, participation declines and absenteeism increases. Various older studies referenced in the Hanover College material

illustrated that the distance between a student’s seat and the teacher affected test scores. Researchers at Montana State University found seating charts to be very effective in terms of the comfort, confidence and effectiveness of the teacher. Researchers discovered that teachers were more likely to feel unhappy and uncomfortable in classrooms in which students chose their own seats. But the right seating arrangement can benefit students. Students who were not performing well in the classroom performed better on the Montana Criterion-Reference Test after they were carefully seated by teachers. The results showed that there was a huge attainment increase for those students with lower abilities. In addition, the arranged seating did not have an adverse effect on the high ability students. But some students prefer to sit where they feel most comfortable. Comfort may play a role in classroom performance and assisting with students’ ability to maintain their focus. But students who choose their own seats to be close to chatty friends or stare out the window are doing themselves a disservice. Teachers need to weigh the pros and cons of seating charts to determine which method produces the best results in terms of student performance and behavior. Educators may have to experiment with a few different arrangements before finding a system that works

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Di Bacco, Straeter named to CLU Dean’s List THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. – Two Fallbrook residents were among 745 students who made the Dean’s List at California Lutheran University for the spring semester. Gianna Di Bacco is an undeclared major and Brooke Straeter is a communication major. Students qualify for the Dean’s List by maintaining a 3.6 grade point average in their academic subjects. CLU, a selective university with an enrollment of 4,300 students, offers undergraduate and graduate programs within the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Management, Graduate School of Education, Graduate School of Psychology and Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary.

Reynolds earns B.A. from University of Dallas IRVING, TEXAS – Hayley Reynolds of Fallbrook graduated from the University of Dallas in May with a bachelor of arts degree in education. Reynolds was one of approximately 250 students to receive a degree from the university during its spring 2014 commencement ceremony. The University of Dallas is a Catholic university that offers individual undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs in the liberal arts, business and ministry.

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SHERIFF’S LOG July 9 300 block W. Clemmens Lane July 14 3500 S. Mission Rd. July 15 500 block Ammunition Rd. July 16 300 block E. Alvarado St. July 18 7300 block W. Lilac Rd. 6900 block Via Mariposa Sur July 20 3200 block Via Altamira July 21 Pala Rd. @ Via Monserate 700 block W. Fallbrook St. 500 block W. Fallbrook St. S. Mission Rd. @W. Fallbrook St. 1300 block Montecito Lane San Jacinto Circle @ Morro Hills 500 block Alturas Rd. (#1) 500 block Alturas Rd. (#2) 500 block Alturas Rd. (#3)

Joe Triester, left, and Andy Triester FALLBROOK – The Treister family recently celebrated the graduations of Andy and Joe Treister. Andy Treister, Fallbrook High School class of 2005, graduated from University of California, Irvine School of Medicine May 31. He has begun an internship in internal medicine at UCI Medical Center to be followed by a three-

Courtesy photo year neurology residency at University of California at San Diego. Joe Treister, a 2011 graduate of UCI School of Medicine, completed his pediatric residency at Children’s Hospital of Orange County June 13 and has begun a three-year fellowship in Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine at Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego.

Coffee Chat offers info on homeschooling FALLBROOK – For anyone interested in homeschooling, Fallbrook Homeschool Academy is now enrolling. To find out more information on its Classic 5 Day Online program for kindergarten through eighth grade and its CORE program kindergarten through

sixth grade, parents can come to a Coffee Chat on Aug. 5 from 10 to 11 a.m. at 400 W. Elder Street at the Maie Ellis Educational Center. Contact Kate at (760)7315400 or klovelady@fuesd.org to reserve a space. Childcare will be provided.

Fire put out on Sandia Creek River Trail FALLBROOK – A fire that started on the Sandia Creek River Trail about 12:45 p.m. on July 22 was stopped at four acres according to John Buchanan, North County Fire public information officer. Fifteen units responded from both Cal Fire and North County Fire along with two airplanes, one helicopter and three hand crews. Buchanan also said that two people were taken to a local hospital for heat-related injuries and the cause of the fire is under

investigation. Volunteers with the Trails Council and FPUD staff had just finished a clean up of trash in that area of the trail less than two hours before the fire started. The Trails Council has been working with the owner of the property, Fallbrook Public Utility District, along with North County Fire and the Sheriff’s Dept. to combat illegal activities that damage the area and can start fires.

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JULY 31, 2014

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Business Murphy & Murphy launch Real Estate Professional Intern program FALLBROOK – Murphy & Murphy Southern California Realty is proud to introduce the first graduate from their Real Estate Professional Intern program. Born and raised in Fallbrook, “Kaz Egan is the first of a new generation of Realtors that we’re training and developing,” said Chris Murphy. “We currently have three more interns in the program and we’re looking for more candidates.” “The life blood and future of our local real estate depends on our youth after they’ve finished college. Kaz Egan knows the friendly village like the back of his hand. From kindergarten to eighth grade he attended Zion Lutheran School. Kaz then moved on to graduate from Fallbrook High School in the top of his class. He recently graduated from Palomar with an associate’s degree in Business. Kaz epitomizes what we’re looking for,” said Murphy. Integrity, enthusiasm, a hard worker, genuine sincerity and the attention to detail is what it takes

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Local Pregnancy Resource Center to host Chocolate for Your Soul FALLBROOK – On Oct. 18, Fallbrook Pregnancy Resource Center will host Chocolate for Your Soul, a high noon fun and fanciful tea and silent auction to benefit their body of worth programs which empowers young women through education and supportive relationships. In 201415 over 1,000 educational classes will be offered to young moms where time spent earns them free resources such as diapers, formula, baby furniture, strollers, high chairs, etc. Special speaker for Chocolate for Your Soul is Sheri Rose Shepherd who will share real-life stories with a good dose of humor to help those attending laugh as they learn to embrace life’s battles with an eternal perspective. The tea and auction, from noon to 3 p.m., will be hosted at Myrtle Creek Botanical Gardens and Nursery, 2940 Reche Road. Cost is $15 per person which includes

lunch and an auction number. Tables seat 10 and sponsorships and underwriting are available. Groups are welcome. Seating is limited so early registration is encouraged. Silent auction donations are appreciated and will be accepted until the end of September. Items already donated include (but are not limited to) original art from local and national artists, enchanting gift baskets for mom, dad and the kids, and Elite Island get-a-ways to The Verandah Resort and Spa in Antigua or St. James’s Club & Villas in Antigua, St. James’s Club Morgan Bay in Saint Lucia or Palm Island Resort in St. Vincent, and a vacation stay at the resorts in San Jose Del Cabo. If anyone is planning a first or second honeymoon – these items have them covered! For further information, contact Carolyn Koole at (760) 728-4105 or carolyn@fallbrookprc.com.

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Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation announces recipients CAMP PENDLETON – The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation held an announcement ceremony at the Pacific View Events Center on Camp Pendleton on July 24 for this year’s awards. Military parents make legendary sacrifices every day for the greater good of this country and having the ability to send their children to college should not be one of them. However, as military families continue to work to provide for their family, college

tuition continues to outpace the income of the average military family with college costs having inflated by 121 percent since 2002, outdoing that of both medical care (63 percent) and food (41 percent). Which is why the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, the nation’s oldest and largest provider of need-based scholarships to military children is focused on honoring Marines through educating their children. This year, the foundation will

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Maya

Public health

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Victoria

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Biology

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Sydney

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Seth

Ryan

Cole

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JULY 31, 2014

Fallbrook/Bonsall Village News TheVillageNews.com

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-018612-Name of Business VENEZ ME VOIR/LIONSGATE 31809 Paseo Lindo, Bonsall, CA 92003 County: San Diego This business is hereby registered by the following: 1. Eric E. Ford 2. Carmen Patricia Ford Both residing at: 31809 Paseo Lindo, Bonsall, CA 92003 This business is conducted by a Married Couple The first day of business was 7/1/2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JULY 10, 2014 LEGAL: 3652 PUBLISHED: JULY 24, 31, AUGUST 7, 14, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-017564—Name of Business TWELVE MARKETING 2355 Rancho Del Oro Rd., #54, Oceanside, CA 92056 County: San Diego Mailing Address: PO Box 4535, Carlsbad, CA 92018 This business is hereby registered by the following: Brooks Sterling, 2355 Rancho Del Oro Rd., #54, Oceanside, CA 92056 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 6/1/2009 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JUNE 26, 2014 LEGAL: 3650 PUBLISHED: JULY 17, 24, 31, AUGUST 7, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-017986—Name of Business BLACK EAGLE INVESTIGATIONS 1750 Pala Lake Drive, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is hereby registered by the following: 1. Arthur Tillman Bricker, 1750 Pala Lake Drive, Fallbrook, CA 92028 2. Tim Mike Towey, 2860 Hwy 76, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a General Partnership THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JULY 2, 2014 LEGAL: 3649 PUBLISHED: JULY 17, 24, 31, AUGUST 7, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-017346—Name of Business THE SPOILED AVOCADO 119 North Maine Avenue, Suite B, Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego Mailing address: 305 Charles Swisher Court, Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is hereby registered by the following: Guy Russel Howard, 305 Charles Swisher Court, 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 25, 2014 LEGAL: 3648 PUBLISHED: JULY 17, 24, 31, AUGUST 7, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-017456—Name of Business 1. AUTONIQUE, INC. 2. AUTONIQUE 3. AUTONIQUE AUTO 1111 South Coast Highway, Oceanside, CA 92054 County: San Diego This business is hereby registered by the following: Autonique, Inc., 1111 South Coast Highway, Oceanside, CA 92054 This business is conducted by a Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JUNE 26, 2014 LEGAL: 3651 PUBLISHED: JULY 17, 24, 31, AUGUST 7, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-017384—Name of Business ART ON AGATE 953 Viking Lane, San Marcos, CA 92069 County: San Diego This business is hereby registered by the following: Larry Gates, 953 Viking Lane, San Marcos, CA 92069 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 6/25/2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JUNE 25, 2014 LEGAL: 3647 PUBLISHED: JULY 17, 24, 31, AUGUST 7, 2014

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case Number: 37-2014-00023520-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS Petitioner: KELLY JEANE BEDDOME HELMING filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: KELLY JEAN BEDDOME HELMING Proposed Name: KELLY JEANBEDDOME HELMING THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING Date: Sept. 2, 2014 Time: 8:30 a.m. Dept: 26 The address of the court is 325 South Melrose Drive, Vista, CA 92081 A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: Village News Date: July 16, 2014 Signed: K. Michael Kirkman, Judge of the Superior Court. LEGAL: 3657 PUBLISHED: July 24, 31, August 7, 14, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-018868-Name of Business ZAKARY A. KADAN 793 Iverlochy Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is hereby registered by the following: Zakary A. Kadan, 793 Iverlochy Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by an Individual The first day of business was 7/14/2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JULY 14, 2014 LEGAL: 3653 PUBLISHED: JULY 24, 31, AUGUST 7, 14, 2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-018873-Name of Business Z DESIGNS 793 Iverlochy Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 County: San Diego This business is hereby registered by the following: 1. Kenneth R. Kadan 2. Cheryl A. Kadan Both residing at: 793 Iverlochy Dr., Fallbrook, CA 92028 This business is conducted by a Married Couple The first day of business was 7/14/2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JULY 14, 2014 LEGAL: 3654 PUBLISHED: JULY 24, 31, AUGUST 7, 14, 2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2014-019691—Name of Business 1. MARGALE PET RESORT 2. MARGALE KENNELS 29976 Margale Lane, Vista, CA 92084 County: San Diego This business is hereby registered by the following: Shadalane Inc., 29976 Margale Lane, Vista, CA 92084 This business is conducted by a Corporation This Corporation is located in California The first day of business was 1/1/2014 THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JULY 22, 2014 LEGAL: 3658 PUBLISHED: JULY 31, AUGUST 7, 14, 21, 2014

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Sycamore Ranch plan still in progress Time extension granted for development’s infrastructure

Open space to the west of the existing homes in Sycamore Ranch may be developed. Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent The San Diego County Board of Supervisors granted a time extension to complete the infrastructure of four approved subdivision maps, including the Sycamore Ranch development in Fallbrook. Sycamore Ranch is located off Gird Road via Knottwood Way. The supervisors’ 4-0 vote July 9, with Greg Cox absent due to California Coastal Commission activity, extends the date by which the Sycamore Ranch infrastructure must be completed, in the absence of a subsequent time extension,

to Jan. 9, 2016. The deadline is for completion of road, water, sewer, and other infrastructure improvements; the homes or other lot improvements themselves are not required to be completed by that date. The tentative map for Sycamore Ranch approved the subdivision of 173.65 acres into 56 residential lots and a golf course. A tentative parcel map becomes a final map after all conditions of the tentative map, other than those for which permits cannot be issued until a final map is recorded, are fulfilled. A final map is required for grading and building permits. The conditions of a final map

include secured agreements to ensure that the infrastructure will be built and that payment for labor and materials used to build the infrastructure will be made. Improvements identified in a secured agreement are required to be completed within two years of the approval of the final map, although if circumstances prevent the improvements from being completed by the agreement’s expiration additional time may be requested to complete the infrastructure. The county’s Department of Public Works reviews existing agreements and their bonding requirements to determine if time extensions are

The Sycamore Ranch development is located off Gird Road (at Knottwood Way) in Fallbrook.

Shane Gibson photos warranted and if the security agreements need to be modified. A final map only creates legal lots and does not ensure building or grading permits. Although grading and building permits are ministerial rather than discretionary, they are not truly “by right” since ministerial permits require compliance with a checklist. Changes to local stormwater and drainage requirements may need to be addressed before the building or grading permits can be issued, and an update to the previous environmental documentation may be required to address new circumstances or standards. Work on the Sycamore Ranch

improvements was delayed both for economic reasons and for redesign of the stream crossing, which required permits from agencies other than the County of San Diego. The construction of the required infrastructure is mostly complete with the outstanding requirements consisting of the westerly extension of Knottwood Way from approximately Genista Place to the project boundary, including the bridge over Adler Creek. The agency permits have been acquired, and the security is still adequate to guarantee completion of the remaining work. To comment on this story online, visit www.thevillagenews.com.


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Equestrian, residential propert y owners: free assistance with resource concerns FALLBROOK/BONSALL – Owners and managers of residential and/or equestrian properties in the San Luis Rey watershed are invited to participate in Mission Resource Conservation District’s (RCD) Residential and Equestrian Property Outreach Program. This program is free and will assist property owners or managers with addressing natural resource and residential or equestrian-related concerns on their properties. Resource concerns on properties can include (but are not limited to) erosion, weeds, muddy areas, and animal pests, all of which can be detrimental to the health of horses and the surrounding environment. Through this free program, Mission RCD works with each property owner or manager to develop conservation plans that are specific for each property and that detail how to eliminate or control the problem areas.

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FALLBROOK – Real Living Lifestyles Fallbrook branch welcomes Lisa Higbee to the team. A native of Fallbrook, Higbee’s family history goes back many years to her maternal grandfather, Joe Diamond, who was a wellknown Fallbrook avocado ranch manager responsible for developing many of the original,

local avocado and citrus groves decades ago. While perfecting her real estate career in Oregon for the past 20 years, Higbee served as president, e x e c u t i v e b o a r d m e m b e r, chairman, and director among other positions on both local and state Realtor associations. Higbee was known throughout the state as an exceptional, ethical, and trustworthy real estate agent. Earning the Coos Co. Realtor of the Year was just one of her many accomplishments while living in Oregon. While there she also was awarded several top-producing broker awards. Higbee made the move back to California last year because her parents were still here in Fallbrook and she wanted to be closer to them as they grow older. Higbee joined Real Living because of their exceptional

CSLB warns consumers about deceptive home improvement of fers, contract cancellation rights SACRAMENTO – The California Contractors State License Board (CSLB) is urging consumers to be aware of home improvement offers by individuals who use unethical business practices to gain entry into their homes, and then use illegal, highpressure sales or scare tactics to up-sell unneeded services or equipment. “Service advertisements are common from the heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning industry, especially during hot or cold weather,” said CSLB registrar Steve Sands. “We’re noticing a significant number of consumer complaints related to this sector, but we also believe it’s important to protect and uphold the reputation of more than 11,000 licensed and honest contractors in the HVAC industry and other trades.” Many of the complaints CSLB is receiving are from older adults who are falling victim to unscrupulous operators who make promises of low-cost equipment service over the phone, only to have onsite technicians make false statements that persuade them to increase their purchase. (Only the licensed contractor or salespeople for a contracting company who are registered with CSLB are authorized to sell additional services or work.) In one case, an elderly woman was persuaded to sign over her home to the company. In a different case, an older property owner was convinced that all of her home’s ductwork needed replacing but, when a second opinion was obtained, it was determined that repair work was unnecessary.

CSLB asks California property owners to stay vigilant about lowcost home improvement offers for cooling, electrical, plumbing or any other similar “tune-up” offers that may not be what they seem. Be wary of telemarketers offering special deals for air duct cleaning or seasonal HVAC tuneups. Many are calling from “boiler room” operations or call centers that pretend to be different types of service and repair companies, and make multiple calls until a homeowner takes the bait for a service call. Always ask for the state contractor license number before considering any offer. Make informed decisions about hiring a contractor or company by first checking CSLB’s website and review the contractor’s detail page to assure the license is in good standing. If not sure about a company’s offer, get a second opinion from a different, licensed contractor or company. Talk to the utility company to verify the accuracy of costs and potential savings the telemarketer offers for HVAC systems. Make sure the contract contains the notice about the three-day right to cancel. It is equally important for consumers to pay attention to the work contract. If a home’s operating systems happen to fail and the owner calls a company for immediate service, remember his three-day right to cancel the contract is different depending on if it is a service and repair contract or a standard home improvement contract.

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management style, innovative systems and top notch tools available. She feels sure that she will be able to continue to provide superior service to her client’s that consistently exceeds their expectations with the support of Real Living Lifestyles. Branch manager Linda Scarberry expressed her excitement, “I’m thrilled to have Lisa join our team. Her extensive experience as a Realtor and long time resident of Fallbrook will be a tremendous asset to servicing her clients.” “I put the needs of my clients first; exceptional service, ethics and knowledge are a part of what I offer all of my clients. I’m thrilled to be a part of the Real Living Lifestyles Real Estate family,” Higbee commented. To reach Lisa Higbee, contact her at (951) 225-5009.

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Service and Repair Contract The work requested is for an emergency replacement or fix; contact is initiated by the customer on short notice. The total price for labor and materials is $750 or less. The contract document should be printed with the title “Service and Repair Contract.” The contract document includes room for a signature, the date and a statement that reads: “Your Rights to Cancel Before Work Begins.” The three-day right to cancel ends as soon as the contract is signed and work begins, unless the contractor fails to comply with any of the specified requirements. The contractor must not sell goods or services beyond what is reasonable and necessary to take care of the problem being repaired. No payment is due or should be accepted by the contractor until the work is completed. The service and repair contractor may charge only one service fee. Any work beyond the initial replacement or repair may not be done without negotiation of a standard home improvement contract. Any parts that were replaced by the contractor must be offered to the customer. A customer may request that the contractor sign a release from lien claim for work that is done. Standard Home Improvement Contract The contract is not for urgent “ s e r v i c e a n d r e p a i r, ” a n d negotiations to enter into a contract can be initiated by the contractor or the customer. The total price for labor and materials is $500 or more. (The work is not for an emergency replacement or repair of $750 or less.) A home improvement contract is an agreement between a contractor and a property owner or tenant that includes descriptions of all labor, services, and materials to be furnished and performed. The customer has until midnight of the third business day after signing the agreement or purchase to cancel the contract. The down payment may only be 10 percent of the total contract price or $1,000, whichever is less. Only pay for portions of the home improvement project as they are completed. For repairs in a state or federally declared disaster zone, the customer has seven days to cancel the contract with no obligation for payment. More information and publications about hiring contractors are available on www. cslb.ca.gov or by calling 800321-CSLB (2752). To sign up for CSLB email alerts, go to Online Services on the SCLB website. The California Contractors State License Board operates under the umbrella of the Department of Consumer Affairs. CSLB licenses and regulates California’s 300,000 contractors and is regarded as one of the leading consumer protection agencies in the United States. In fiscal year 2013-14, CSLB helped recover approximately $51 million in ordered restitution for consumers.


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PALA MESA VILLAS $256,500 Live the golf resort lifestyle in Pala Mesa Villas. Recently updated ground floor unit offers 1,308 sf , 2BD, 2BA with new tile floors in the entry, kitchen & both baths. New carpet (2013) in living room & both bdrms. Kitchen incls new range/ oven (2013), repainted cabinets & refrig.

GREAT STARTER OR RENTAL $329,000 House is turnkey. Newer appliances, cabinets in good condition, newer vinyl windows have been installed in some of the areas, incl the sliders. Hard to find 3BR, 2BA in this price range. Located in a quiet area with a dead end street. Well maintained. Bright & light.

Highly desirable Peppertree Park. BIG corner lot, lovely landscape, over 2700 sf. Very private entry level master suite with fireplace, gleaming wood floors, total 4BR, 3BA plus loft, 3 car garage...views, flowers, fruit!!

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LISA WILLETT & LYNN

DELIGHTFUL PROPERTY $699,000-$749,000

FALLBROOK CHARMER $479,000

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

3BR, 3BA, 2662 sf on 1.63 acres. Home is fenced and gated and has a small lime grove. Newer windows and tile throughout. Large bedrooms, fireplace in living rm & family rm. Be the first to view this property!

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Unfurnished 3BR/3BA split level with views on 1 acre. Large rec room. Private setting with easy access to I-15. Move in Sept. 1.

Custom 2859 sf on .7 gentle fenced view acres. 4BR, 3+BA. Great room with cathedral ceilings & stacked rock fireplace. Formal dining room, enclosed sun room, office, spa room. FallbrookProperties.net

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YOUR OWN RESORT $779,000 This great home located near the Fallbrook Golf Course offers 4BR, 3BA 3 fplcs, 3065sf, great room, chef’s kit, a 4 car garage, a beach entry pool, custom gazebo over the BBQ & patio, small animal barn, just over 1 acre, room for guest hs & various family fruit trees. Easy fwy access.

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


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Nestled in the hills west of Pala Mesa golf course - 3440 sf single story 4BD, 3.5BA custom home on 2.71 prof landscaped acres. Custom outdoor kitchen, palapa, ocean breezes and forever views. Exceptional home with attention to detail and in immaculate condition. 140014196 $949,000 Located in the much sought after Tumble Creek Estates. Build your dream home on this beautiful 2.37 acre lot. Tucked behind a citrus grove with views to the west. Septic layout needs update. CC&R’s and road maintenance agreement. Second parcel also available MLS#140009033. 140009028 $249,000 Beautiful gird valley lot. 3.08 view acres. Approximately 100 avocado trees. 140024814 $250,000

Bring kids & horses to this charming 3BR, 2BA custom home built in 2004. Gourmet kit w/ granite counters, alder wood cabs & cozy brkfst nook. Lg great rm w/vaulted ceilings & corner fplc. Gentle 2 acre lot. 140036806 $499,000

Close to town convenience on nearly half an acre with views and breezes. Updated kit; newer roof, water heater, dishwasher, etc. Garage parking for 2 + carport for another 2. Meandering paths throughout the grounds. 140030262 $439,000

Bonsall Building site. Two contiguous parcels totaling 6.64 acres. Property has outstanding view overlooking San Luis Rey Downs and Moosa Canyon. Beautiful building site in an area of high end properties. 140007979 $395,000

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The Sweet Life! 4081 sf, 4BD/4.5BA estate w/864sf 2BD/1BA guest home. Tucked away near end of a cul-de-sac in area of exquisite estate homes. Gourmet kit w/all the amenities, Family rm w/access to rear patios/ pool area, fire pit & outdoor kit. La Dolce Vita! 140036985 $1,495,000

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