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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

gal on Shelter Island. Sopas, the traditional Portuguese meal, will be served. A donation is suggested. For more information about the Festa, call ( 619) 223-5880. At 10: 30 a. m. Sunday, Simoes will complete her role as queen and draw a name at random from the hat to determine next year’s sponsor — the 100th anniversary of the Feast of the Holy Spirit — San Diego’s oldest ethnic tradition. “Whoever the Holy Spirit wants to choose is chosen,” said Simoes. Sponsoring the Festa sometimes comes down to luck. When more than one family wants to be a sponsor, names are pulled from a hat. Simoes’ role as queen was made possible by her parents, Suzette and Julio, who are sponsoring this year’s Festa like they did in 1999, when their eldest daughter was queen and Juliette was little queen. The legend of Queen St. Isabel is that, despite her husband’s objections, she fed the poor from her own table. When he caught Isabel leaving the house one night he demanded that she open her cape. Queen Is...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

Pet owners are foregoing the burden and anxiety of transporting their prized pet in exchange for peace of mind and additional security. With a professional pet sitter, the owner can rest assured the pet is safe and well cared for, while their home is protected by Favorite toy: A stuffed monkey. IS Her favorite pass time: Talking with you with her "errrrrs and Celebrate Canine-Human Bond at June 7 Dog Fest & Adoption Day San Diego dog lovers are invited to celebrate their bond with their pets at a local“ Dog Day Festival” on Sunday, June 7 from 10 am to 2 pm. The free event is being hosted by Best Friends Pet Care at 8020 Ronson Road, and will feature a variety of fun and educational activities for dogs and dog-lovers. There will be dog-friendly games and contests, including a canine swimwear competition; a low-cost micro-chipping clinic; free digital pet IDs; pet photography; training and behavioral advice and more. Don’t have a dog? Adopt a new best friend from one of s...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

Erickson said that despite not having as many sponsors for the event as in years past, the races are not going anywhere in the near future. Even pets have become part of the action in recent years. “One family every year enters a triple kayak,” Erickson said.“ It is a husband and wife and their two Labradors.” Basically, as long as the vessel doesn’t have a motor, it’s good to go. The regatta has added a new category this year – stand-up paddling. “It’s kind of the old Hawaiian thing where they stand up on a paddleboard and paddle,” said event coordinator and YMCA department head Greg Erickson.“ That has become more popular in the past couple years.” include all kinds of human-powered watercraft, including paddleboards, surf skis, kayaks and outriggers for a total of 45 categories between the two races. The 20-mile course takes competitors from Santa Clara Point inside Mission Bay past the Mission Beach Jetty into the ocean, around the southern tip of Point Loma and into Coronado Ba...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

COMMUNITY/ CIVIC • Friday, May 29, 7: 45 a. m., principal’s chat for all parents in library. • Wednesday, June 3, 7: 45 a. m., Friends of Silver Gate meeting. • Friday, June 5, 12: 45 to 1: 55 p. m., volunteer tea. • Tuesday, June 9, 1 p. m., 4thgrade ice cream party and yearbook signing. • Thursday, June 11, Gator Olympics all day. • Friday, June 12, 9 a. m., Living Yearbook. • Monday, June 15, 11 a. m. 4thgrade promotion; minimum day and last day of school. • June 15-Aug. 21, pre-kinder-garten summer camp. • Monday, June 15, art, science and game camps begin. • June 22-July 10, Seaside Players Drama Camp. • June 22-July 10, summer school; English, math, band and industrial arts for grades 6-8. Ave. For more information, call ( 619) 531-1532. Thursday, June 1, 6 p. m., the Ocean Beach Branch Library Book Club discusses“ Last of Her Kind” by Sigrid Nuñez. The event takes place at the library, 4801 Santa Monica register, e-mail ally@ allybenbrook. com. For more information, call ( 61...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 June 2009

Cliffs Boulevard, said Dan Daneri, district manager of shoreline parks for the city’s Park and Recreation Department. Daneri said his department will review the city’s decision to remove them. “Our first goal is the ones in the parking lots,” Daneri said.“ We’ll It is unclear, however, whether the city will allow the unauthorized return of the community’s memorial benches along Sunset The park council voted unanimously Monday to return some benches to park property in the main parking lots. The dominant topic of the meeting, however, was the return of the benches along Sunset Cliffs Boulevard, which have long served as a social gathering point and rest area for neighbors, walkers, joggers and skaters. The recent removal of the benches sparked community debate over the implementation of the Sunset Cliffs Master Plan during a meeting of the Sunset Cliffs Natural Park Recreation Council on June 1. That plan also calls for the return of the Point Loma Nazarene University/ community soft...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 June 2009

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

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 June 2009

he has come to terms with himself, and has gained self-control and discipline. Seth Estrada and Desmond Fields, two 17-year-old martial artists from the United States Karate Academy ( USKA) at Liberty Station, are soon to embark on a life-changing journey. Both have been accepted to the prestigious United States Naval Academy’s summer seminar, despite having traversed rough waters. Estrada and Fields follow in the footsteps of their USKA chief instructor, Sal Convento, a graduate of the Naval Academy and former naval aviator who beat many odds with drive and determination. “As an immigrant from the Philippines with a language barrier, and as the 13th child in a family of humbles means, it took everything I had to persevere,” said Convento. “It took a lot of discipline on my part. I tell my students that nothing is unattainable if they are willing to dedicate themselves.” Estrada took that advice to heart and turned his life around. After a difficult childhood, and after traveling ba...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 June 2009

ago. But while some in the community worry about trees, benches and baseball fields, Ocean Beach resident Richard Aguirre said residents are missing the bigger problems stemming from erosion of the cliffs caused by surface runoff during heavy rain. NEWS UNION CONTINUED FROMPage 1 For more information about Lepine’s class action lawsuit, visit www. lepinelaw. com. “We’re currently working with to join the 911 teamsters, Harris said. deputy communications director for Dumanis. come up with the rules of the labor relations and the MEA to Meanwhile, lifeguards continued planning for an election to determine if a majority of San Diego lifeguards want to leave the MEA vote,” Harris said.“ Once we get that set up, we’re hoping to come up with a vote sometime in late July.” MEA officials said May 29 that Italiano allegedly reimbursed the union for $ 13,000. But Lepine said the former general manager owes much more. “We’re hopeful that having her removed will get some money back into the cof...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 June 2009

Diego County Water Authority uses about 22 percent of MWD’s water technology would be cost-prohibitive. WHEREAS: San Diego is currently importing more water from the entire carbon footprint, then the marine life. Poseidon has stated publicly that should they be required by the water agencies to offset their desalinization is extremely costly and very detrimental to the air and to Commission ordinance, also serving a 5-year term on the Peninsula Community Planning Board and presently a member of a proposed Peninsula Town Council. Scherer can be reached at ( 619) 223-0344 or mignonscherer@ yahoo. com. worked to enact the 1972 San Diego coastal 30-foot height limit initiative and the 1972 California Coastal Club’s Slow Growth Committee, — Minon Scherer has been a resident of San Diego for 53 years. She is the former chair of the Lesser San Diego, former chair of the Sierra WHEREAS: Many underground aquifers in San Diego County are infiltrated with brackish water and expressed resistanc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 June 2009

——* Over 75,000 will be delivered door-to-door to homes and businesses plus dropped at high traffic tourist locations provide your business with excellent visibility. FREE BUSINESS LISTING with purchase of a 1/ 6 page ad or larger! Group San Diego Community Newspaper i-'.IM' ' For more information call Mike Fahey x 117 or Mike Long x112 858-270-3103 OB Quik, 4984 Voltaire St. OB Farmers Market, Every Wednesday 4 - 8 4900 Block of Newport Ave. OBMA Office, 1868 Bacon St. Did you receive your 2009-2010 OB Local Business Directory? If not, they are available at the following OB Locations! ACUVUE® OASYS™ Brand Contact Lenses with HYDRACLEAR* Plus Take the Comfort Challenge Today! ACUVUE' OASYS™ Brand Contact Louses an so camfortabto; they fool almost tiko nothing at all' Serving the Community for 50 Years ACUVUE Stumps Market, 3770 Voltaire St. OB Library, Santa Monica & Sunset Cliffs Blvd. Point Loma Library, 3701 Voltaire St. Apple Tree Market, 4949 Santa Monica Ave. njmi ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 June 2009

Now that the younger players have tasted success and almost experienced the feeling of being national champions, Schaefer said he is optimistic about his team’s chances next year. “I expect us to be just as talented next year as we were this year,” Schaefer said.“ This year, the chemistry with those 26 guys was incredible. Next year, it’s a matter of how they gel as a team.” The Sea Lions then defeated Lee University 8-6 and were poised to win the school’s first national title with Bovich, their undefeated ace on the mound, until Lubbock Christian crashed the party with a 5-1 win over Point Loma. Bovich pitched well enough to go 14-0 but the offense failed to come through that day. This year represented the program’s fourth overall College World Series appearance. The first two appearances were under legendary PLNU head coach and former Athletic Director Carroll B. Land in 1993 and 1994. The Sea Lions returned 10 years later under Schaefer. They finished third in 1993 and 2004. The ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 June 2009

Schroeder said the nomination came as a total surprise to her. “I feel privileged to be ‘ rubbing elbows’ with the likes of the rest of those nominees,” Schroeder said. “Music is the only language that cuts across all boundaries and that is why I do what I do, and why I teach advocacy for the fine arts.” For Schiele, the accolade is “humbling and flattering. I am beside myself with honor,” Schiele said.“ But mainly, I’m very happy that someone noticed the collective talent and hard-working ethic of musicians around here.” Palmer concurs. “I’m kinda hoping they’ll fit on my Chevy, at least until I get a castle to display them in,” Fisher joked. “Several of the ‘ banner folks’ will work with me at the event,” Schroeder said.“ If I can talk them into sharing their banners, and I can hang them at the school, they will add a nice touch to the week.” Meanwhile, Fisher said he might be willing to alter his lifestyle to accommodate the oversize displays. ANNOUNCEMENT I I ■- w SAN DIEGO NEWS...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 June 2009

For more information about the proposed PLHS music center, visit www. plhsfaa. org. from the San Diego City Council that night, declaring May 29 Dell Schroeder Day in San Diego. As Samilson did, Schroeder had in her pockets two souvenirs — a newspaper clipping from the Sept. 6, 1992 Union-Tribune titled“ Strike out the band - Elementary schools lose instrumental instruction” illustrated by instruments in a trash, and a rusty double-headed faucet from car washes she participated in over the years to raise money for local music programs. “Dell gives the gift of melody, harmony and rhythm” to stu- dents, said Shawn Loescher, a former PLHS drum major, who gave a tribute to Schroeder during the event. This summer, for the 21st year, Schroeder will teach Band at the Beach and summer music camp from Aug. 3-7 at Correia Junior High School. Louise Lucas, who served as mistress of ceremonies for the “The audience is just as important as the band,” Lucas said, event, thanked the audience of mo...

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