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Headlines & Happenings
Free Public Veteran's
Day Concert on November 11
The Valley Center/Pauma Music Boosters announced
their 11th Annual Free Veteran's Day Concert on Tuesday, November 11. Doors open at noon.
Now a tradition, this program has been offered
for many years by the band and choir students of Valley Center Middle and High Schools. "Each year, we ask several
hundred of our performing arts students to share their talents during their day off from school in order to celebrate and
recognize all service members," said Diane Conaway, President of the Valley Center/Pauma Music Boosters. "This free
community event has a full house each year, so come early and enjoy pre-show entertainment from the Len and Greg Beck Jazz
Duo, starting at noon."
light meals are available for purchase in the Maxine Theater lobby, located at the Valley Center High School. The free
concert starts at 1:00 p.m.
Middle School Thunderhawk and High School Jaguar Jazz Bands will be performing classic Big Band sounds for guests' enjoyment.
The Maxine will rumble when the VCHS Roaring Jaguar Marching Band and Drumline arrive with a special surprise. Additionally,
you will be entertained by the famed VCHS Concert Band and versatile, award-winning singers from the Valley Center Middle
School and High School Choirs. The event is sponsored in part by Left Coast Engineering and RE/MAX United.
"Our job as Boosters of this incredibly talented organization
is to continually support Valley Center's instructors and students in their amazing journey showcasing their many talents
and hard work," added Conaway. "Our fundraising efforts start from day one of school and continue straight through
numerous events leading up to our grand finale with the 4th Annual VCMusicFest set for Saturday, June 6 at
Bates Nut Farm in Valley Center."
Center/Pauma Music Boosters budget supports approximately 700 students at five schools, including: performance and competition
attire; musical instrument purchases and repairs so that no student misses the opportunity to pursue his or her passion; transportation
to numerous competitions; and even an additional trailer for carrying all the items the performers need as the bands and choirs
continue to grow.
The Valley Center Pauma/Music
Boosters is a non-profit, all volunteer organization designed to support music in Valley Center and Pauma Schools. They are
currently challenging the Valley Center Community to raise $100,000 this school year to help the students reach their continually
growing audience, including invited performances at places like Disneyland and San Francisco. Anyone can become a Booster
member and contribute to this goal.
addition, the Boosters organize many fundraising opportunities throughout the year: Krispy Krème doughnut sales, cookie
dough sales, the annual Jazz Benefit set for Sunday, March 8, 2015 and the VCMusicFest on June 6, 2015. The profits
generated at this concert's concessions stands are used to meet our goal, so please support the students' endeavors.
Meet the Candidates
of the 2014 VCPUSD School Board Election
On Monday, October 27th at 6:30 PM, Ridgeview
Church will host a "Meet the Candidate" forum designed to help you make an informed decision for the 2014 VCPUSD
School Board election.
The evening will include both a moderated discussion
and an informal time to get close up and personal with your school board candidates. You have the power to decide. Make
an informed choice.
Seven candidates. Three seats. Your choice!
Garden Club Plant
Sale and Free Bulb Swap October 25
The Dos Valles Garden Club will hold
their annual plant sale and free community bulb swap on Saturday, October 25 from 8:00 a.m. to Noon at the Martin Gang Ranch
(28933 Cole Grade Road, near Adams Park) in Valley Center.
Please bring your extra bulbs to share, labeled with names and colors, if possible. There will be
free refreshments as well as many beautiful, locally grown plants.
The club recently received a donation of 1,055 plants from the Master Gardeners of San Diego and is grateful for their
Proceeds from the sale go
to local scholarship programs and community activities.
So I Was Thinking…“Back-up
Remember when times were simpler?
Not always better, but definitely simpler. Not so many choices to make – and especially about things we didn’t
understand. For instance, I am so not high-tech. My husband recently asked me what kind of new phone I wanted and I said “pink”…
Apparently, not the answer he was seeking.
I don’t pretend to comprehend even half of the gadgets (is that even still a word?) that I have. Worse, about
the time I’m just getting used to the one I do have, it’s time to get a new one (like the phone). But I do get
used to it, and then can’t seem to function well without it. Go figure.
Like I said, I get comfortable - dare I say, even confident, and occasionally even
competent - with what I have, and that’s why I like to keep what I have for as long as possible. (I’ve been married
to the same man for 39 years... ‘nough said.) Now, take my car, for example. When I got my new Town & Country last
year with all the bells and whistles (read: gadgets) after driving my Mountaineer for ten years, I was a little overwhelmed.
I couldn’t even imagine what some of the buttons were for. It took me a little while to realize the little button with
the red “up” arrow wasn’t an ejection seat. But, oh, how sometimes I wish it were. (Okay, who hasn’t
thought one would come in handy for backseat drivers on occasion?) Don’t even get me started on the “hands-free
phone set-up.” It only takes me five times longer to make a phone call now than it used to.
The back-up camera definitely was a new experience for me. Instead
of relying on constant head-swiveling and neck-craning, I could actually be guided by the camera…if I could just learn
to trust it. Aw, therein lies the rub. When you have depended on your own abilities to guide you, it isn’t easy to let
go of that control and put your trust in something else. But, as I began to rely on it more, the more it proved itself trustworthy
and true, and the more it has become second nature to trust it and let it guide me.
There are a couple of other things noteworthy about the camera as well. The first
is, not only do I have to trust that the camera is true, I have to follow its guidelines or I’m in big trouble. I know
that as long as I stay within the green lines, I’ve got smooth sailing. When I test the waters by edging into the yellow
lines, it gets a little dicey, and I have to tread more carefully. If I dared to wade into the red lines, I’d be sunk.
The other important aspect of the
camera is that across the top as you’re backing up is the warning: CHECK ALL SURROUNDINGS! In other words, just because
you are staying within the lines, it doesn’t mean that you can’t or won’t be blindsided by those who are
not following the same lines as you.
So I was thinking…
a great way to depict our faith in God! If we’ve never trusted Him before, it takes a little getting used to, to allow
ourselves to be guided by Him. As our faith grows, because of His faithful guidance, we are able to trust
Him more, rely on Him more and follow His guidelines.
God is faithful and true, but our journey with Him runs smoother when we stay within the guidelines He has given
us in His Word. And in His Word, He warns us to be on the lookout for those who cross our paths, not following His guidelines.
He wants us to stay the course, ever mindful of those who intentionally, or even unintentionally, distract us, block our path,
and/or cause us damage.
I drove a car recently without the back-up camera and was lost without it; I have come to depend on it that much. And that’s
how we are without God, we’re lost. So, this begs the question, are you allowing God to be the camera directing your
life? If not, then isn’t it time to back-up, and get your life in focus?
Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding;
In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths. Proverbs 3:4-5 (NKJV)
©2014 Phyllis Knight
Valley Center Sheriff's
Deputies Investigate Possible Stolen Bags
October 9, 2014 - We received a message that
Valley Center Sheriff's Deputies were investigating possible stolen bags found at Lilac Road and Calle de Vista this afternoon.
The bags had been hidden in nearby brush and persons
of interest had been detained.
will post more information as it becomes available.
Photo courtesty of Phyllis Knight
Valley Center Country
4-H Sign Up Meeting on October 20th
Valley Center Country 4-H will be holding a
sign up meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, October 20 at the Valley Center Library.
If you are interested in learning about 4-H and large animal livestock, come
to the meeting and meet our members and leaders.
4-H is a great opportunity for young people to learn about animal care, responsibilities and many other important
life lessons. The club is open to members from age 9 to 19 that live in the Valley Center area.
If you have any questions please call 760 855-0749.
Bates Nut Farm: A
Valley Center Tradition
Assemblymember Marie Waldron
For many people in San Diego County and throughout
Southern California, Valley Center and Bates Nut Farm are synonymous. Since its founding over ninety years ago, visiting Bates
Nut Farm has become a tradition for countless San Diego families.
From its beginnings as a family walnut farm, Bates has expanded to a major retailer providing pistachios, pecans, peanuts
and other nuts from around the world. Over 5,000 square feet of retail space selling everything from jewelry and fudge to
kitchen items and collectibles make Bates a major retail presence in Valley Center. Tractor parades, a yearly pumpkin patch,
music festivals, craft fairs, gourmet food truck celebrations, a farm zoo and much more have made Bates Nut Farm an integral
part of life in this region.
But Bates Nut Farm
is much more than a retail location. Bates often donates use of its property to nonprofits such as the American Cancer Society,
which recently raised $90,000 at their Relay for Life event. Valley Center Lion's Club and Valley Center Optimists are among
local service organizations holding fundraisers and selling food at many Bates events. Bates also donates sales and clothing
items to the Assistance League Thrift Store in Escondido and supports Coffee for Kids, a non-profit that provides medicine
for sick children in Honduras.
its sponsorship of community events, its support of local charities and numerous philanthropic organizations, Bates Nut Farm
has become an example of how hard work pays off, not only for the entrepreneur -- in this case four generations of the Bates
family -- but for the entire community. For these reasons I am proud to designate Bates Nut Farm as my October Business of
Pictured: Sherrie Bates Ness receives
an Assembly certificate recognizing Bates Nut Farm as Assemblymember Marie Waldron's October Business of the month.
Marie Waldron represents Valley Center as our
elected Assemblymember for the 75th District. For more information visit: http://arc.asm.ca.gov/member/AD75/
Local Real Estate
Professionals Give Back to Valley Center
Most people agree that using a local Realtor
and affiliate is good business. It protects you from liability, ensures that you meet the required local disclosures and exposes
your home to the most knowledgeable real estate professionals in the area. Now there's an added benefit. Members of the Valley
Center Real Estate Professionals have pledged a portion of their commission to the Valley Center Community Aid Group, a 501c3
helping those in need in our community.
Members have given over $100,000 in scholarships to Valley Center High School
graduating seniors in the last 10 years, and more than $12,000 to families in need in Valley Center in the last 3 years. Funds
are raised through an annual golf tournament and other special events throughout the year.
Additionally, these professionals
adhere to the highest standards of excellence in ethics, all while giving back to our community. If you'd like to know more,
contact Diane Conaway at (760) 749-2888.
Pictured from left to right: John Yeager, Summit Mortgage, Diane
Conaway, RE/MAX United and Pam Lawrence with Oakwood Escrow presenting the Valley Center Community Aid Group with a donation
from a recent home sale in Valley Center
at Risk - Julian
Update 10/13/14: A
reported sighting of 75-year-old Sally Estabrook, who has been missing for more than a week, led dozens of Sheriff's Search
and Rescue (SAR) volunteers to a Scripps Ranch neighborhood. However, the search turned out to be fruitless.
The Sheriff's Department received a tip Monday afternoon (October 13th)
from someone who reported seeing a woman matching Sally's description walking northbound along Semillon Boulevard at Scripps
Trail. Search and Rescue volunteers were quickly called into the area.
After hours of searching, SAR volunteers located the woman who was originally spotted. However, it
was not Sally Estabrook.
Sally, who suffers from
Alzheimer's disease, was last seen on Saturday, October 4th at the Pinezanita RV Park and Campgrounds in Julian. Her husband
took a shower and when he returned, Sally was gone.
Since then, hundreds of volunteers have searched the area in and around the Julian campground for any sign of Sally.
The search for Sally will resume on Tuesday morning, but on a smaller scale.
Sally Estabrook stands 5'4" tall, weighs 145 pounds and has shoulder length blonde hair. She
may be wearing a teal top and white capris pants.
Sally suffers from Alzheimer's, she isn't very communicative, but might respond to her name.
If you have seen Sally or have any information on her whereabouts, call 9-1-1
or the Sheriff's Department at (858) 565-5200.
If you have a loved one who suffers from Alzheimer's or any other form of dementia, you're encouraged to register for
the Sheriff's Take Me Home program.
It is a free
and confidential database only available to local law enforcement agencies. It contains photos, crucial medical information
and special care instructions for people with Alzheimer's and likely to wander off or children with special needs.
It helps to know during a search if the patient is a non-verbal,
doesn't want to be touched or would only respond to a certain name.
Sheriff's Search and Rescue (SAR) has been activated
for a 75-year old woman with Alzheimer's who walked away from a campground in Julian.
Sally Estabrook was last seen today, October 4th, around 4:00 p.m. at the Pinezanita RV Park
& Campgrounds located in the 4400 block of Highway 79. When Estabrook's husband finished taking a shower, he noticed she
was gone. The Sheriff's Department was contacted just before 5:00 p.m.
Sally Estabrook stands 5'4" tall, weighs 145 pounds and has shoulder length blonde hair. She may be wearing
a teal top and white capris pants.
Because Estabrook suffers from Alzheimer's, she
isn't very communicative, but she might respond to her name.
If you see Estabrook, call 9-1-1 or the Sheriff's Department 24-hour line at (858) 565-5200.
Fire Season is
by Judy Dobrotin
Please join us for a Social Hour and Presentation
on fire safety, disaster preparedness and the role of CERT [Community Emergency Response Team] in our community given by Valley
Center Fire Protection District CERT coordinator Jim Courter.
This event is sponsored by the Valley Center Democratic Club and will be held Wednesday, October 15, 2014, from 6:00
-8:00 pm at the Valley Center Library. The presentation will begin at 6:30 pm followed by time for Q & A. Admission
is free. Light refreshments will be served.
The Addams Family
- A New Musical
CYT wants to see Valley Center families in the seats for their upcoming
production of The Addams Family! Valley Center families will receive tickets at 20% off (that saves $3/ticket!)
The weird and wonderful family comes to delightful life!
THE ADDAMS FAMILY features an original story,
and it's every father's nightmare. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with
a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family. A man her parents have never met. And if that weren't upsetting enough,
she confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he's never done before
- keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host
a dinner for Wednesday's "normal" boyfriend and his parents.
October 25th at 2PM and 7PM
- Sunday, October 26th at 4:30PM
- Saturday, November 1st at 2PM and 7PM
- Sunday, November 2nd at 4:30PM
AB 1447 Will Help
Get California Moving Again
Assemblymember Marie Waldron
AB 1447 will help get California moving, save gas and reduce pollution
For most of us, the automobile remains our only
effective means of transportation. In a state as auto-dependent as ours, it makes sense to do all we can to see that traffic
moves safely and efficiently, with the least environmental impact possible.
Multiple studies have shown that synchronizing traffic lights will have a huge impact on travel
times and congestion. Less widely known is its effect on air pollution. Fewer cars idling at intersections will mean less
pollution pouring into the atmosphere. In an effort to reduce gridlock and improve air quality, Los Angeles recently synchronized
all of its traffic lights, becoming the first major city in the world to do so. Experts estimate that the new system will
allow Los Angeles motorists to drive faster, consume less fuel, and save an estimated million metric tons of emissions. Accidents
should also be significantly reduced.
why I introduced Assembly Bill 1447. The bill makes local traffic synchronization projects eligible for state funding through
an existing environmental program designed to reduce pollution. No additional revenues will be needed; no taxes will be raised.
Traffic synchronization projects will simply become eligible to access funding that already exists.
AB 1447 will help get California moving again. It is an important
step that protects the environment and reduces congestion in a sensible, cost-effective way. I am pleased to report that AB
1447, which passed both houses of the Legislature with wide, bi-partisan support, was signed into law by Governor Brown on
Marie Waldron represents Valley Center as
our elected Assemblymember for the 75th District. For more information visit: http://arc.asm.ca.gov/member/AD75/
John Lallo Receives DAISY Award
for Extraordinary Nurses
Sept. 26, 2014 - John Lallo,
RN/Emergency Department at San Diego Healthcare System VA received the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses, presented by
The DAISY Foundation and UnitedHealthcare, at a special ceremony earlier this week in San Diego, Calif. Lallo resides
in Valley Center, Calif.
received a certificate commending him for being an "Extraordinary Nurse" to his veteran patients. The certificate
reads: "In deep appreciation of all you do, who you are, and the incredibly meaningful difference you make in the lives
of so many people."
DAISY Foundation's unique recognition program is part of many hospitals' recruitment and retention programs, helping to offset
the acute shortage of nurses nationwide. Each month, nurses are selected by their nursing administration and peers to
receive the DAISY Award, established by family members in memory of J. Patrick Barnes. Barnes died in 1999 at the age of 33
from complications of Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura.
An excerpt from Lallo's nomination form reads: "John takes time out of his
busy schedule to mentor, support, and educate new graduate nurses. He helps veterans navigate the veteran's administration
system properly using the chain of command, and provides a supportive shoulder to lean on. John spent many of his days
off selflessly promoting the Care and Share Silent Auction, collecting money with a coin drive, and put together 34 Care and
Share silent auction baskets in an effort to feed our veterans and their families."
Pictured (left to right): Tom Chohany, Southern California director,
UnitedHealthcare Military & Veterans; John Lallo, RN, VA San Diego Healthcare System; and, Melissa Barnes, vice
president, The DAISY Foundation
Credit: Wally Nell)
"Fall Fun for
By Phyllis Knight
Things are heating up at Bates Nut Farm. In
fact, it was 95 degrees when I was there this afternoon checking out the action on Opening Day of Pumpkin Season, which runs
through the end of October. Since school was still in session, the crowds hadn't started, yet, but based on those who were
there, it's obvious Bates Pumpkin Patch isn't just for kids.
For instance, I had the pleasure of meeting Alex and Ruthie (soon-to-be) Eddington, and their dog, Arthur.
This lovely, young couple were at Bates picking out pumpkins for their fall-themed wedding this weekend. The couple, who had
driven up from Poway, said they had been to Bates in the past and thought it was the perfect pumpkin place! I agree, and who
Bates employee, Tim Torlina,
was on hand to, well, give them a hand in getting their pumpkins from wheel barrel, to priced and ready to be the guests of
honor at this weekend's wedding. With such colorful decorations, you know it's going to be a beautiful wedding, and our congratulations
and best wishes to Alex and Ruthie.
This weekend, with cooler temperatures on the way, will find Bates Pumpkin Patch in full swing. You won't want to
miss any of the fun which includes: pumpkins of all sizes, a straw maze, tractor hayrides and the farm zoo. (Please check-out
their website @ www.batesnutfarm.biz for more info and pricing.)
this Saturday is "Celebrating Farm Life Day" at Bates from 10 am - 4 pm. Special activities include a Harvest Talk
and Tour - focusing on the history of Bates Nut Farm, as well as learning about nuts and pumpkins, two of my favorite things
about fall! The kids also will enjoy the hayrides, pony rides, petting zoo, face painting and more.
So be like Alex and Ruthie this weekend and say "I do"
want to join in the fun at Bates. You'd be nuts to miss it!
CCC Lawsuit Dismissed - Historians
Find Buildings Never Used as Civilian Conservation Corps Barracks
By Trina West
Robert Mahlowitz, legal counsel for Valley
Center-Pauma Unified School District (VCPUSD), presented an update to the School Board and public at large on September 10,
2014 regarding the status of the lawsuit brought against the district in April 2013 by the Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC)
The CCC Interest
Group, led by President Jon Vick, accused the district of not complying with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA),
as well as violating the Brown Act after they demolished the buildings located on Cole Grade Road in front of the Elementary
School. Mr. Mahlowitz successfully defended the district, and on September 8, 2014, the decision by the Court of Appeals to
dismiss the case became final.
Court of Appeals returned the case to the Trial Court to work out the final details, including reimbursements charged to the
CCC Interest Group for hard costs incurred by the district. While some have claimed that the district would be entitled to
full compensation of the roughly $79,000 spent in defending the lawsuit and appeal, Superintendent Mary Gorsuch confirmed
that the maximum the district would be reimbursed is only $2,000. The remaining $77,000 spent defending the erroneous charges
brought by the CCC Interest Group will not be recouped.
Mr. Mahlowitz also stated that as part of the public comment period of the Environmental Impact
Report (EIR), attorneys representing the CCC Interest Group filed two comment letters regarding the historical significance
of the buildings. In response, Shelly Gunderman Castells, M.A., Registered Professional Archaeologist and Sarah Stringer-Bowsher,
Registered Professional Historian, authored the Cultural and Historical Resources Survey and Evaluation Report (Appendix E
of the final EIR). They researched the project site and concluded that while the buildings were constructed during that time
period with funds from that federal program, they were not used as Civilian Conservation Corps barracks as the community believed.
Additionally, the historians searched
for evidence that the buildings had ever been considered historically significant by any other public agency and found no
such records. The authors concluded that "the Project site...does not present historically significant resources as defined
Following Mr. Mahlowitz's
presentation, Superintendent Gorsuch presented diagrams of the proposed multiple-sports turf field measuring approximately
60 yards wide and 100 yards long. The plan calls for the maximum preservation of existing trees on the site. With the EIR
complete, grading should begin shortly. Valley Center youth will soon be seen practicing and competing on their new sports
for Valley Center Local Elections
The candidates listed
below were updated on the County of San Diego Registrar of Voters listing as of 08/25/14 at 3:21 p.m.
Pauma Unified School District - Three out of the five seats are up for re-election: Lori Johnson, Karen Burstein
and Michael Robledo. The following qualified candidates are listed as running for an open seat: Jerry Fenton, Jonathan
R. Goodman, Jay West, Shannon M. Laird, Michael T. Robledo (incumbent), Gina Roberts and Julie Stroh.
Valley Center Municipal Water District - The Water
District Board is divided into districts. You may only vote for a candidate in your district. To find out which district you
live in call the VCMWD 760-749-1600. The seats that are up for re-election are Division 2, Randy Haskell; Division 3, Gary
A. Broomell; and Division 5, Merle J. Aleshire. All three incumbents are listed as running: Division 2, Randy Haskell; Division
3, Gary A. Broomell: and Division 5, Merle J. Aleshire.
Valley Center Fire Protection District - Three out of the five seats are up for re-election:
Jim Wold, Oliver Smith, and Phil Bell. The following candidates are listed as qualified for the ballot: Steve Hutchison,
Oliver Smith (incumbent), Jim Wold (incumbent) and Phil Bell (incumbent).
Valley Center Community Planning District - Seven out of the fifteen seats
are up for re-election: Seat 2, Steve Hutchison, Incumbent; Seat 4, Larry Glavinic; Seat 6, Robert Franck; Seat 8, Jon Vick;
Seat 10, LaVonne Norwood-Johnson; Seat 12, Mark Jackson; and Seat 14 which was already vacant. The following candidates are
listed as qualified for the ballot: Steve Hutchison (incumbent), Mark Jackson (incumbent), Susan J. Fajardo, LaVonne Norwood
(incumbent), Jon Vick (incumbent), Claire Plotner, Dorothy V. Stock, James Garritson and Michael O'Connor.
Valley Center Parks & Recreation District
- Three out of the five seats are up for re-election: Marcia Townsend, Fran DeWilde and Tom Bumgardner. The following candidates
are listed as qualified for the ballot: Tom Bumgardner (incumbent), Jon Vick, Carol Johnson, Marcia Townsend (incumbent) and
Shannon M. Laird .
will be held on November 4, 2014.
information is available at sdvote.com or you can call 858-505-7260.