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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

Among his accomplishments, said Scotts Valley School Board Trustee Allison Niday, were supporting the school’s efforts at gaining accreditation and maintaining the International Baccalaureate program. “like being here,” he said. Gunkel will retire to Mount Shasta with his wife. money meant that Mount Shasta schools were in the black, as were most schools in California, he said. “In the 1990s, these were some of the most powerful high school models in the country,” Gunkel said. In Scotts Valley, he’s worked through some challenges in a fairly new high school with structural difficulties. He watched a bond measure fail, and dealt with a lack of funding. “When parents have to dig in their pocketbooks, they do,” he said. He’s dealt with turnover in his school, as people leave for jobs paying $ 10,000 to $ 20,000 higher, he said. The teachers that are left The district expects to name a new principal by the end of the week, she S C O T T S VAL L E Y — After 33 years as an educator, inclu...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

Draco the Juggler, a 19-year-old computer science major named Christopher D. Garcia, founded the festival in 2009 as a single-after-noon event. This year will see three days of shows, workshops, juggling-themed nature hikes and a fiery finale on the beach. “Juggling is a right, not a privilege,” said Garcia, who juggled blindfold across the campus last week as a fundraiser to keep the event free. SANTA CRUZ — A UC Santa Cruz hilltop will fill with juggling professionals, amateurs and the curious public during a free festival May 14-16. for being two hours late: They’d hitchhiked and couch-surfed their way from British Columbia to San Jose, Davicino said, where they took a bus to Santa Cruz. “We saw a flier and just thought we’d come check it out,” Davicino said. Garcia showed Davicino a juggling simulation iPhone app, where a stick figure demonstrates the mathematical patterns of the sport. “I don’t know any of the numbers or whatever,” Davicino shrugged.“ I just got three balls and...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

LA SELVA BEACH WOMEN’S CLUB CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Award winners for the 2010 poster contest in honor of Be Kind to Animals Week are: Bottom row left to right: Julia Bates, Makenna Sandidge, Raya Delander and Karina Diaz’s teacher Mona Manh. Top row left to right: Tina Arthur, Mira Huang, Elana Marquez, Ken Muramoto and Illyssa Segura. grade — Tina Arthur, Scotts Valley Middle School; 10th grade — Ken Muramoto, Georgiana Bruce Kirby; 11th grade — Karina Diaz, Pajaro Valley High; 12th grade — Illyssa Segura, Pajaro Valley High. The overall winner was Josselyn Verutti. T he SPCA has announced the winners of the 2010 poster contest in honor of Be Kind to Animals Week, May 2-8. An awards ceremony was held at the downtown library and each winner received a certificate and a prize. The winning posters also will be featured on the local SPCA website and on display in the library for the month of May. Winners included: Kindergarten — Makenna Sandage, DeLaveaga Elementary, and Raya Delander, Vale...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

Cyber bullying is a relatively new yet prevalent form of harassment. A 2004 i-SAFE survey of 1,500 students in grades four through eight reports that“ 42 percent of kids have been bullied while online. One in four have had it happen more than once. 35 percent of kids have been threatened online. Nearly one in five have had it happen more than once. 21 percent of kids have received mean or threatening e-mail or other messages. 58 percent of kids admit someone has said “Verbal bullying including derogatory comments and bad names, bullying through social exclusion or isolation, physical bullying such as hitting, kicking, shoving, and spitting, bullying through lies and false rumors, having money or other things taken or damaged by students who bully, being threatened or being forced to do things by students who bully, racial bullying, sexual bullying, cyber bullying.” Olweus asks students about the nine areas of bullying, B ullying in school is by no means a new phenomenon. However, th...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

May 10-14 The people behind Dominicans commitment to your health advanced cardiac interventions, 'round the clock emergency and critical care, and intensive support for the most fragile infants are minutes away for most in our county. The community can be even more proud of the talented personnel who work every day to make these services come to life and offer the life-saving and life-sustaining benefits that people expect from Dominican. Next year, Dominican Hospital will celebrate its 70th anniversary of caring for the health and well-being of the Santa Cruz community. Since the first five Adrian Dominican Sisters arrived in 1941 to reopen the doors of a failed hospital on West Cliff Drive, the Dominican touch has been provided by a team of professionals with a passion to serve you with compassion and excellence. While none of the pioneers is still on our healthcare team, the can-do spirit is alive and well. During the coming week we will be honoring our team as we take time to ma...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

The center’s three tanks combined hold more than 350,000 gallons of water, about a third of the Outer Bay exhibit’s capacity. The largest tank measures 60 feet long and 40 feet wide. The other two are 30 feet and 40 feet in diameter. All three are 10 feet deep. Like the exhibit, the holding tanks have no substrate — sand or plant life, the absence of which creates a sense of open ocean, Hoech said. It was paid for by private donations, said aquarium spokesman Ken Peterson. ORVILLE MYERS/ MONTEREY COUNTY HERALD One of two small hammerhead sharks that are the only residents now at the Monterey Bay Aquarium facility in Marina. The 15,500 square-foot facility, which looks like a modern warehouse, is equipped with sand filtration, ozone generation and UV production units to maintain water quality. “The first big use of this will be to house the vast majority of the animals coming off the Outer Bay Waters exhibit as we plan to drain that tank and do some major repairs to its infrastructur...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

shown a genuine interest in students’ ideas, insights and questions. I have been equally impressed by the thoughtful and creative ideas that students have shared with our guests. Such exchanges have confirmed my belief that when students are given the opportunity to engage in dialogue about issues affecting them, they rise to the occasion. Andy Shapiro teaches in the Soquel Union Elementary School District. He can be reached at andyshapiro7@ gmail. com. B from 4-7 p. m. on Wednesday at Del Taco, 1401 Main St. Del Taco will donate 10 percent of sales for those who identify themselves as being from the boosters. be electing new members for 2010-2011. Shoreline is at 855 17th Ave. For information, please call 475-6565. WHIRLWIND PERFORMANCE —FIT A P T O S Workshops aimed at care providers Del Mar holds multiple events LIVE OAK * 0 * C O U N T Y Music teachers offer scholarship Tickets are $ 10 for ages 12 and older; $ 5 for kids under 12; under 2 are free. For information, call 479-344...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

For more local activities, visit the Things to Do section of the Sentinel home page to search and view comprehensive listings for events, movies, restaurants and performers in the area or sign up and promote your own event. Visit http:// events. santacruzsentinel. com. BY BERNICE BEDE OSOL Adv. Tlx an Sale SEX AND THE CITY 2 HOT TUB TIME MACHINE (R) - ID REQ'D 11200 220 440)700 920 (2010) I HI (11:55 ® J6|, 2:30, 5:00,7:30, 10:00 (410PM) (1245 300 520)750 1010 FURRY VENGEANCE (PG) (1130 150)645 900 THE LOSERS (PG-13>(1120 145 415) 650 910 KICK-A" IB) - ID REQ'D (1135 210 450)740 1015 DATE NIGHT (PG-13) (1045 1250 305 510)720940 HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON IN REALD 3D - EVENT PRICE (PG)* (1145 AM 220 PM 440 PM) STREET (R) - ID REQ'D + IRON MAN 2 - DP (PG-13) * 730 PM 1025 PM IRON MAN 2 (PG-13) * (1000 1100 1230 100 200 330 400 500) 630 700 800 930 1000 A NIGHTMARE ON ELM LETTERS TO JULIET (PG) THIS COULD BE THE EEL-COO, iVIE OF THE DECADE! IEFONE i MUST-SEE! HARPER'S BAZAAR E...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

3. THE DOUBLE COMFORT SAFARI CLUB: by Alexander McCall Smith. ( Pantheon, $ 24.95.) We are concerned for her health and for the welfare of our kids. We worry about the possibility of her having a sudden health problem while the children are in her care. We are unsure how to confront her. Should we contact her husband? We don’t want to lose her. — Please Don’t Purge DEAR PLEASE: If you know for certain that none of the children is throwing up or polishing off whole cakes, I see no need to tiptoe around your suspicions. Before you contact her husband, sit her down and say there are many signs pointing to her having an eating disorder. Insist that she start to address her illness, or you will have to let her go, both out of concern for your children and not wishing to be a party to her possible hospitalization — or worse. If she denies it, then I think you have no choice but to let her go. — Margo, necessarily 4. THIS TIME TOGETHER: by Carol Burnett. ( Harmony, $ 25.) 4. THIS BODY OF D...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

JL 0 SUNDAY MAY 9, 2010 SCCAL TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS CARDINALS IN CHARGE PAUL SAKUMA/ AP The Sharks’ Patrick Marleau, right, is congratulated by center Joe Thornton ( 19) and winger Dany Heatley after scoring against the Red Wings during the third period on Saturday. Sharks clip Wings San Jose advances to conference fi nals By DAVID POLLAK San Jose Mercury News By JULIE JAG jjag@ santacruzsentinel. com By JULIE JAG jjag@ santacruzsentinel. com 10 months. He got something better. “I could not have asked for a better birth- The Cardinals won their first girls team title at the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League Track and Field Championships since 1989, according to Sentinel records, and joined the boys in achieving the first dual team titles in school history. And his competition. Anthony flew to victory in the ensuing 100and 200-meter dashes, adding those titles to Valley High. Just 3 ½ inches sepa- FELTON — Dauod Anthony didn’t take it well when he placed third in the...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

The Mariners [ 20-13], who earned the No. 10 seed with a third-place finish in league, visit No. 7 St. Ignatius [ 14-12] in the opening round at 7 p. m. Tuesday. Aptos missed CCS last year, but made the finals in 2008. Mount Madonna staged a turnaround this season after going winless in 2009. The Hawks finished second in the SCCAL regular-sea-son standings and in the league tournament. ninth-seeded Sacred Heart Cathedral [ 14-17] in the first round at 7 p. m. Tuesday. The No. 8 Hawks [ 21-10] host San Lorenzo Valley High, Mount Madonna and Aptos received berths into the Central Coast Section small school Division II boys volleyball tournament at the seeding meeting Saturday in San Jose. The sixth-seeded Cougars [ 20-6], who won the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League title with a 9-1 record, have a bye through the first round and will play at No. 3 Monterey [ 257] in the quarterfinals on Thursday at 7 p. m. When she does, she’ll become the first female to play professionally in America...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

BILL LOVEJOY/ SENTINEL WILDREDO LEE/ AP Lee Westwood lines up a putt on the first green during the third round of The Players Championship on Saturday, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. 50.95 51.11 26.16 26.38 47.61 50.31 4X100 METER RELAY Soquel Santa Cruz Marissa Ferrante Nikki Hiltz Emily Hightower Santa Cruz 16.27 1,600 METER Aptos 5: 00.79 Aptos 5: 08.38 100 METER HURDLES SLV 17.27 Carmen Tellez 100 METER Kendra Bonsall Soquel 12.69 Madeline Diaz Soquel 12.96 400 METER Elena Venable Santa Cruz 59.18 Carmela Roberts Santa Cruz 1: 00.00 800 METER Nikki Hiltz Aptos 2: 16.49 Elle Sanders Santa Cruz 2: 17.34 300 METER HURDLES Emily Hightower Santa Cruz Helen Lorenzen Soquel 200 METER Bonny Rivers Harbor Carmela Roberts Santa Cruz 3,200 METER Marissa Ferrante Aptos 11: 36.86 Kayla Germany Scotts Valley 11: 47.75 4X400 METER RELAY Santa Cruz Aptos 4: 11.88 4: 16.16 5-00.5 5-00.5 10-6.5 10-2.5 18-5 17-8 He certainly didn’t on the 18th after his drive landed in a drain grate. He took a free dr...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

OAKLAND — Ben Sheets delivered his best start in an A’s uniform Saturday, an effort that was important for his team but even bigger for his psyche. After getting hammered in his two previous outings, Sheets limited the Tampa Bay Rays to four hits over 6¤ innings in a 4-2 A’s victory. It was just the Rays’ second loss in 15 road games. Sheets spotted his fastball well. He snapped off several curves that appeared to fall through a trap door. In short, it was more of what the A’s envisioned when they signed him to a one-year, $ 10 million deal over the winter. They hope it’s a stepping stone for things to come. “I always have fun, but it’s hard to have fun when get your ( butt) handed to you like I did the last two games,” Sheets said.“ I just had to take a deep breath. Success is fun. Failure’s not fun.” After making a slight mechanical adjustment, dropping his arm slot just an inch or two in his delivery, Sheets notched a season-high eight strikeouts to go alongside three walks. Shee...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

Rashard Lewis scored 22 points and the backups helped Orlando pull away early with Dwight Howard on the bench as the Magic romped to another playoff blowout, moving to the brink of their second straight sweep. MAGIC 105, AT HAWKS 75 Lewis knocked down four 3-pointers. Jameer Nelson scored 14 points. Mickael Pietrus chipped in with 13, hitting three shots from outside the arc. The Magic are up 3-0 in the best-of-seven series, win- Howard had 21 points and 16 rebounds but was hardly dominating. No problem for the Magic, who have so many complements to Superman and allowed many of them to shine in Orlando’s seventh straight postseason victory and 13th straight win overall. It was also the Hawks’ worst home playoff loss in franchise history. COLIN E BRALEY/ AP Lakers guard Derek Fisher shoots a 3-point, go-ahead shot in the final seconds as Jazz forward Kyle Korver defends in Game 3 of the NBA Western Conference second-round playoff series in Salt Lake City on Saturday. The shot went in...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

Driver first since Martin in ’ 93 to sweep weekend at raceway Associated Press DARKO VOJINOVIC/ AP John Isner returns the ball to Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland during a semifinal match of the Serbia Open in Belgrade, Serbia, on Saturday. Hamlin sweeps Darlington GERRY BROOME/ AP A NASCAR official watches as cars drive into turn two at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Showtime Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway in Darlington, S. C., on Saturday. game at 2: 43 of the first period. Michele Strazzabosco tied it 10 minutes later, and Kris Russell gave Canada a 2-1 lead with 48 seconds left in the period. MARY ANN CHASTAIN/ AP Denny Hamlin celebrates with his crew after winning at Darlington Raceway on Saturday. The 32-year-old Cazares dominated Nashiro from the opening bell, winning on all three scorecards to improve to 31-6-1 with 22 knockouts. ■ Mexican challenger Hugo Cazares defeated Japan’s Nobuo Nashiro in a unanimous decision to win the WBA super flyweight title. Williams was awar...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

Kansas City Rangers 3, Royals 2 Texas Home, Ed Rapuano; First, Tom Hallion; Second, Ron Kulpa; Third, Lance Barksdale. L10 7-3 6-4 6-4 3-7 5-5 Str L-1 W-2 W-1 L-1 W-1 Home 9-6 13-5 10-8 7-9 8-4 Records — Scotts Valley 10-11, 4-6; Santa Cruz n/ a. Santa Cruz Scotts Valley Highlights — Scotts Valley: Nicole Whitney 3-for-4, 2B, 3 RBI, 2 R, SB; Kailey Payne 2-for-3, 2B, 3 R, RBI; Erika Houseman 2-for-2, 2 RBI, R. Santa Cruz: Emily Nicholas 1-for-3, 2B. WP — Danica Houseman 5 IP, 4 K, 2 BB. LP — Alex Scott 5 IP, 2 K, 4 BB. 010 0 0 — 1 36 010 5( 10) — 16 11 4 Records — Aptos 9-1; SLV 8-2. Scotts Valley 16, Santa Cruz 1 Highlights — Aptos: Rita McCreesh 3-for-4, 2-R HR, 2B, R, 3 RBI; Martin 2-for-4, 2B, 2 RBI; Lindsey Sotomayor 2-for-3, RBI; Amanda Ang 2-for-4, R, SB; Breana Kostreba 1-for-2, 2 BB, 2 R. SLV: Kaitlyn Lotz 2B, RBI, Salangsang R. Aptos SLV 012 031 0 — 7 13 0 000 001 0 — 1 4 1 WP — Angela Martin [ 15-5], 3 K, 0 BB. LP — Kendra Salangsang 6 ER, 7 K, 2 BB. Aptos 7, SLV 1 Record...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

I*,V Sunny. Breezy with partial sunshine. Mostly sunny and Nice with plenty of breezy. sunshine. 62° 46° Mostly cloudy, a shower in the p.m. 68° 42° 72° 43° 69° 47° 72° 48° San Jose jjj 65/50 ■m. 68/49 Boulder Creek 62/45 68/44 P % 7 Scotts Valley* 59/42 73/45 Swantor 57/45 69/44 Ben Lomond -~ ' % 61/44 , NA/NA Bonny Doon _ 61/45 * 68/40 6:06 a.m, 8:04 p.m. 3:25 a.m. 4:08 p.m. Last San 60/51 70/48 63/52 79 /50 0.00 s , £ Eureka 55/47 Redding 59/45 62/49 0.00 73/48 0.00 '/ •''ft- Lake Tahoe «fcv*# Sacramento; '445/31 66/48 . 56 ' /31 75/49 t .V,// ' 0 ' 00 0.00 • ■ „, Moonset: SUN AND MOON TODAY Sunrise: Sunset: Moonrise: First Ful 0.00' 0.00' 0.26' 30.20' 30.05' 21.84' 24 hours ending 5 p.m. yest. Month to date Normal month to date Season to date Normal season to date Last season to date IN THE SKY Satellite photo taken at 6 p.m. Saturday TEMPERATURES Santa Cruz through 5 p.m. yesterday High: 62° Normal high: 70° Low: 43° Normal low: 46° PRECIPITATION Davenport a y-^^ ni/m? « - Rio ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 9 May 2010

By JENNIFER PITTMAN jrpittman@ comcast. net ROBINSON KUNTZ/ SENTINEL ON THE NET For information, on the National Export Initiative, visit www. export. gov. " * ■ I I • J""' H SUNDAY MAY 9, 2010 TOP EXPORTS FOR SANTA CRUZ-WATSONVILLE By JENNIFER PITTMAN jrpittman@ santacruzsentinel. com Regional exporters hope federal plan will help area Transportation equipment Machinery Food and kindred products Plastics and rubber products All others Computer and electronic products Crop production HARRY DOMASH “S ell in May and go away” is advice that you hear a lot this time of year. Basically, it means that, rather than keeping your money in the market all year, you’d do better by months? What are the best SOURCE: U. S. Offi ce of Trade and Industry Information WHEN: 10 a. m. to 1: 30 p. m. Monday WHERE: The Culinary Center of Monterey, 625 Cannery Row, Suite 200, Monterey TICKETS: $ 50 for MBITA and MCBC members, $ 60 nonmembers. For lunch or seminar only is $ 30 for MBITA and MCBC members or ...

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