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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 November 2009

1 ' Milton's Bite Size Crackers, .$2.8910 01 Cucina & Amore Gnocthi.. .$2.79141 oz Honest Tea Green Tea 51.2516,9 oz Spectrum Org, Mayonnaise ,$4.4916 oz Roland XV Olive Oil 54.991/2 liter Tom's of Maine Toothpaste .54.99 tube Don't Forge l .^,,. iy Smith pies 59< Washington Large Haa^Avocados ;yH 3 i6 P>4,4 og container/ ions Brown Washington 3 $ 1 Vlbs fori 97* Eurofresh On-The-Vine R Tomatoes on lue Lake Beans K Coacheila Valley Gre 0)T fe^jCelery G " b % Salads ™ lore Bulk 3£«&Amish Classic Cheese Cups Sharp Cheddar • Swiss Almond Horseradish Cheddar ||i|$269 #9? Salmon Fillets Fresh Nuts in Shell Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Filbei Milted Nuts, Pecans, Walmi .$ 4 9» read & Cie iles f Boar's Head A CookedBratwurst Gluten Free Hill Meat ks 99 229 _B10 ok & Sweetm> 0 Ses Vlbs fori ' 5 lb bag | THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2009 $199 m Gallon •■Gallon 'Our Milk Prices..^ Swiss Dairy tj* ft {n, 2%, Homogenized, Nonfa...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

The 30th annual Ocean Beach Christmas Parade rolls into action Saturday along Newport Avenue beginning at 5: 05 p. m. PHOTO BY PAUL HANSEN | THE BEACON When it comes to Christmas yule, OB rules! -11 rlv* £3 The holiday season hit full tilt Tuesday with the arrival of the Ocean Beach community Christmas tree on Abbot Street next to the beach. Above, Gerry Boehmke, an employee with the city’s Storm Water Department adjusts the star atop the Canary Island pine. Left, workers ease the tree into its base as a curious crowd gathers. Below, Boehmke and Rov Davis with Ocean Beach Services make final preparations as the 60-foot tree is readied for decoration. PHOTOS BY PAUL HANSEN | THE BEACON Thriller puts PLHS a step away from CIF finals at Qualcomm PHOTO BY SCOTT HOPKINS | THE BEACON Pointer defender Jordan Sparkman ( 14) sprints for the end zone with a recovered Mt. Miguel fumble during last Friday’s 42-35 Point Loma CIF victory. SEE PLAYOFFS, Page 8 Seasonal splendor The Point Loma Holi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

“The resolution to put this in the existing underground pipeline is a huge win for our Point Loma neighbors and it would not have happened without strong community support,” Faulconer said. A feasibility study was then conducted by SDG& E last month to confirm the company could accommodate the transmission of the methane gas from the wastewater plant. Faulconer presented the alternative to use existing SDG& E fuel lines during a community forum Sept. 9. eficial Use of Digester Gas project next spring, with the first trucks likely hitting the road this fall. Since being apprised of resident opposition to the city’s Beneficial Use of Digester Gas project, Faulconer has been persistent in pursuing an alternative to the trucking. If the City Council votes down the alternative pipeline method, the city’s existing plan is to begin construction on the so-called Ben- The original project that involved trucking the gas was first presented to local planners in 2007. “I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

COURTESY PHOTOS prevalent throughout the tour. Advance tickets are available now but tickets may also be purchased the day of the include a canine theme this year that will be Peninsula. The tours will include a showcase of gardens, designs and interior marvels like this home on San Fernando Street. The event will homes around the The Point Loma Holiday Home Tour springs into action Saturday, Dec. 5 with a stunning walking tour of six elegant frashandeasv.com/shopforschool3 BY SCOTT HOPKINS | THE BEACON Bayside Veterinary Hospital 1270 Scott Street The announcement was made Monday at Crest Elementary School In all, 11 local schools received a total of $ 491,781, bringing the total to $ 1.5 million doled out by the foundation over the last three years. Jimmie Johnson, who recently made NASCAR history by winning his fourth consecutive season championship, returned to his home town San Diego this week to announce area grant winners selected by his Jimmie Johnson Foundation in partnersh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

The G-Bots already appear to be doing more than just thinking. “It starts with the fact that the United States is not leading in the areas of engineering and science,” Collins said.“ There was a big push to try and get young people started early thinking about engineering and science.” The nonprofit organization FIRST — or For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology — was founded in 1989 with the vision of sparking the imagination and creativity of students by making problem solving more interesting. “They had to build something that wouldn’t fall apart, would rotate and move and had a mechanical arm,” Collins said. “They have to have patience to sit there and program this thing to go so many rotations to the right and follow a line.” In the robot game part, teams confronted transportation problems by using robotics and sensor technology. The G-Bots had to create and program a robot to complete various missions in a specific amount of time. Nelson started the journalis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

3 The winter months bring more time indoors and increased lighting use, ro help save on lighting costs, consider replacing in^ .andescent ItQht bulbs and fixtures with compact fluorescents, which use up to 75% less energy a Sempra Energy utility SDGf and last up to 10 times longer. For more energy-saving tips to help winterize your home, visit sdqe.com/winter, Here for you, every day. ■ ' , : , * | THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2009 | El tE LAK1

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

this time, I’m crying, my secretary is crying, Sheila, the owner of the store is crying, and Chris’s eyes are red. He had to go many times, and it must have been an effort as he was already in quite a bit of pain. He explained that he wanted it for my birthday in October. By pierced ears. remembered to have them made as clips because I don’t have even secretly brought in a pair of my favorite earrings to match the size and style I like best and sparkling blue color of the stones in the bracelet and small dia- monds to surround them. He He found nothing ready made to his liking, so he decided to design from scratch, carefully selecting a matched set of sapphires the “She could wear them together,” he told Chris, the salesman,“ but she has no earrings to match.” bracelet to match the ruby one he had bought me previously — My husband went to the jewelry store last February looking for a sapphire bracelet, as it was a stone he knew I did not have. He ordered a sapphire tennis was told t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

• Liberty Station in Point Loma 2401 Truxtun Road, Suite 102 ( 619) 222-3111 This year’s toy drive takes place from Tuesday, Dec. 8 until Sunday, Dec. 13. San Diegans are encouraged to drop off new, unwrapped toys or games for children between the ages of 6 and 18. Among the Sammy’s locations accepting drop offs: The next Friday Night Liberty will be held Jan. 8. Friday Night Liberty has ‘ creative twist’ Dec. 4 Liberty Station will play host to the December installment of Friday Night Liberty Open Studios on Friday, Dec. 4, beginning at 5 p. m. The theme of the event this month is“ Holiday Gifts with a Creative Twist” — allowing partici- pants to explore and wander the NTC Promenade arts and cultural district to enjoy a free evening of art, music, food, drink, exhibits and an array of holiday gifts and idea. The event will include childfriendly activities and U. S. Marines will host a Toys for Tots collection drive at Barracks 19, 2690 His- toric Decatur Road, to accept drop-offs o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

| THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2009 |

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

( Dec. 5 only) from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Open to all ages, the event will feature open skate sessions and a best trick contest. Additionally, the younger set won’t want to miss the adjacent 5th annual OB Surf & Skate Contest in the OB Pier parking lot iday traditions, but nothing compares to the Christmas parade. Fun for all ages, the event is a homespun celebration of Ocean Beach, put together by a network of 60 volunteers. The holiday hoopla draws an estimated 10,000 people to the parade route each year. The Not much has changed for the OB Christmas parades in three decades — and organizers and participants agree that’s part of its appeal. whole celebration kicks off Saturday as Santa Claus officially lights the community’s 60-foot tree. “It’s really a homegrown parade with different parts of the community taking part,” said Claudia Do you have friends and family coming to Ocean Beach / Point Loma for the Holidays? 5054 Narragansett Ave. Ocean Beach SEEHOMEGROWN, Page 1...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

HOURS: 7am to 9pm, 7 days a week Open Christmas: 8 am to 1 pm DOG BEACH DOG WASH 4933 Voltaire Street, Ocean Beach 619-523-1700 www. dogwash. com Wide selection of canine floating toys, holiday sqeakers, soft cuddly toys, and plenty of ropes and chews Sun 11-6pm 30-7pm 5003 Newport Ave. • Ocean Beach ( 619) 222-2115 apogee Is a professional piercing 4817 Santa Monica Ave. Ste. D, San Diego 619-222-5500 Virginia L. Weber A Law Corporation PROBATE TRUSTS WILLS www. virginiaweber. com Wishing you & your family a peaceful holiday season! qou htave can cart lover 1 on your cji ave over 300 beautiful original pain-tings' to choose fpom. Banquet Room Available for your Holiday Luncheons Take-out Nati’s Mexican Restaurant 1852 Bacon Street • 619- 224-3369 Is Available for Small or Large Groups • Parking • Heated Patio Party? Planning Voted # 1 Restaurant • Cocktails Serving the Peninsula for over 49 years! Early California • Latin Graphics • Southwest • European Contemporary San...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

1931 Bacon Street • Ocean Beach Open 1-8 pm Wednesday – Sunday Zana13 Adaptogenic Tea 4918 Voltaire Street • Ocean Beach NEWPORT AVENUE OPTOMETRY Serving the community for 50 years! SHOP LOCAL AND IMPROVE THE ECONOMY! How much of your shopping dollar is retained in your community? 6 cents of every dollar spent with a Big Box retailer is retained/ recirculated in a community. Source: Rocky Mountain Institute 20 cents of every dollar spent with a chain store is retained/ recirculated in a community. Source: Small Business Administration 60 cents of every dollar spent with a sole proprietorship is retained/ recirculated in a community. Source: Small Business Administration. Reprinted from Barbara Wold, Professional Speaker’s email. HELP SUPPORT OCEAN BEACH – SHOP LOCAL! Dolce & Gabbana Christian Dior Black Flys €mm Sss (Dtor EMMIES & MJMSOMS Maui Jim Prada Coach Gucci Ray-Ban Spy ■ Same Day Contact Lenses * 1 Year Warnui iy on Fntmc* * Free Frame Adjustments * S...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

• BREATHE WITH US! • AROMATHERAPY WITH PURE OXYGEN • Free Extra Minutes ( w/ any session) 4966 Santa Monica Ave. Ste. H • Ocean Beach 619-212-1543 • www. myspace. com/ quartzo2bar HOMEGROWN “I like the homespun nature of the whole thing,” Schiele said.“ It has a sort of laid-back feel — a Jack said the event will include a mix of floats, marching bands, antique cars and surfers, as well as a Funzone for children In the OB Pier parking lot next to the tree. Children can also have their picture taken with Santa. Musician Chuck Schiele has participated in three parades and organized several floats. He said the event is the year’s highlight for civic activity. Jack, who has chaired the OB Town Council’s OB Christmas Tree Festival for the last 12 years. While the economy has curtailed entries and even scuttled the parades of other cities — including that of Pacific Beach — Jack sees Dec. 5 as on par with previous years in Ocean Beach. “We’ve been fortunate there haven’t been any problems...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

BY BOB HURST | THE BEACON Week 13 Sunday, Dec. 6 Chargers at Cleveland Browns, This is potentially a dangerous game for the Bolts. The Browns are at home, hungry for wins, while the Chargers might be looking ahead to upcoming games against Dallas and Cincinnati. But Cleveland has been beaten up by better teams all season, giving up nearly 29 points per game to teams with winning records. And with a decent performance on defense, the Bolts will shut down a weak Browns offense. alow S4 L-opm Chtf Rail Nils 3 Course Menu Deborah Sa*t s 3 Gxtrse Menu 1-7 pm $49.95 adults $12.95 kids 880 Harbor Island Drive 619.298.6802 eve 1 Open on Christmas Day Hi 0 Tkc Zltgtud Truffle THE PENINSULA BEACON THURSDAY · DECEMBER 3, 2009 Sproles has cemented role as SPORTS a key Charger BY BOB HURST | THE BEACON Darren Sproles makes a cut during a run against the Eagles in last month’s victory at home at Qualcomm Stadium. Sproles has been so impressive that the San Diego Chargers labeled him a franchise p...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

Through the Human Form,” featuring artwork from mysterious wrapped figures to lyrical floating bodies and from figurative Dec. 4-6 and Dec. 10-13, the New Americans Museum hosts “Body Narratives: Expression reception is slated for Friday, Dec. 4 from 5 to 8 p. m. Exhibition times are 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. The museum is located at 2825 Dewey Road, Bldg. 202, Suite 102. For more information, visit www. ntcpromenade. org. Wednesday, Dec. 9 and Sunday, Dec. 13, 7: 30 p. m., Vanguard Ministries of Westminster Presbyterian Theatre holds auditions for the comedy production of“ You 3598 Talbot. Call ( 619) 459-3336. Can’t Take it With You.” Organizers are seeking nine men, seven women and three extras. Performances are March 12-14, March 19-21 and March 26-28. Audi- tions take place at the church, COMMUNITY/ CIVIC Saturday, Dec. 5, the Ocean Beach Town Council’s Christmas Tree Festival Committee kicks off a anniversary. Participants are Saturday, Dec. 5, 4 p. m., current students, staff and a...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 3 December 2009

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