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Parmis Pourarian, a seasoned, licensed, residential real estate agent since 1999, brings her extensive history
of success to each unique Parmis Properties relationship - utilizing her skills and knowledge to extend all
buyers and sellers the V.I.P. treatment.
Parmis is a Top 1% Keller Williams Agent and a Lifetime Master’s Club Member since 2000. From 2001-
2004, she was in the Lyon Real Estate Top 10% sales tier, was ranked #29 company-wide in 2004, and was
the #1 Producer for October 2002 company wide.
Parmis, a Roseville Chamber of Commerce member, takes the lead in community events and philanthropy,
collaborating with her vast social network to sponsor/host fundraisers for a variety of charitable and quality-
of-life organizations vital to the betterment of her community.


                             “Your Real Estate Agent for life”
                         Parmis’ clients become lifelong friends.
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                       Parmis Magazine is a Quarterly publication (Oct, Jan, Apr, Jul) that has a current distribution
                       of 5,000 to homes and businesses throughout the Roseville/Granite Bay Community. With your
                       help and support, we can grow! For more information about seeing your advertisement in the
                       next edition, contact us at:

                         Parmis Pourarian, Editor 916.580.2280      Shelley Drievold, Graphic Design 530.320.7833




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"Being a first time homebuyer, I went into the             "We are greatly appreciative for the professional-
experience skeptical and scared. In no time at all,        ism and tenacity in this current housing market. I
I could tell that Parmis was the best and I had            had listed my house at a time when the market
nothing to worry about. She is #1 in my book and           seemed to have slowed, if not stopped. Just when I
I can’t wait to do business with her in the future.”       didn’t think there was any hope of selling my
                                                           house Parmis came through with a buyer and not
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                                                           So for that we are forever indebted.”
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girls just love her, and we consider her family.
She’s just a sweetie and great to work with. I would       “Parmis made our buying experience easy. She is
definitely use her again and refer my friends.”            the Michael Jordan of real estate.”

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                  Additional maps and area information available at the Placer County Visitor Council and California Welcome Center. Visit www.visitplacer.com

    PLACER COUNTY STATISTICS                                                                           MILEAGE FROM AUBURN (COUNTY SEAT) TO:
    Land area: 1,404 square miles                   Climate Temperature Average annual: 60.5           Sacramento            32          Los Angeles             418
    Elevation: 40’ to 9,000’ above sea level        January: 44.6                                      Nevada City           40          Folsom Lake             20
    Population (2005): 317,028                      July: 77.8                                         San Francisco         132         Lake Tahoe              140
    Average snowfall (Lake Tahoe): 400”             Average annual rainfall: 35.91”                    Reno                  100         Historic Coloma         16

                                                                                                       ACCESSING PLACER COUNTY
    ELEVATION                                                                                         If traveling by air, the Sacramento International Airport is a forty
    The westernmost edge of Placer County is a scant 100’ above sea level. The eastern                minute drive from Auburn, and Reno Airport is a short drive from
    portion of the county is home to the majestic Sierra Nevada mountain range, with peaks            Lake Tahoe. There are smaller airports located in Auburn, Lincoln,
                                                                                                      Truckee-Tahoe and Blue Canyon. If traveling by car, I-80 runs the
    towering above 9000’ feet. Season temperatures vary widely according to elevation.
                                                                                                      length of the county, and is intersected by a network of well-developed
                                                                                                      rural roads, providing easy access to many areas.
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 L   Guide to the Home Selling Process
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DD   Are You Talkin’ to Me?!?
        Confessions of an Anger Addict                         I    Feature Property   Classic Elegance Throughout
                                                                       9000 Vista De Lago Court, Granite Bay
DL   Cell Phone Use
        Do You Fear Me Now?
                                                               DF   8518 Hayden Way
                                                                    9084 Cortina Circle
                                                                                          Absolutely Adorable
                                                                                           This Home Simply Sparkles
EC   Doin’ it “Old-School”
                                                                    4258 Rimini Way Serrano Village
        Cal Worsham: Heart of the Gladiator
                                                               DG   7055 Hearst Drive Gorgeous Views
FC   Fundraising Event 2005
        “An Affair to Remember”                                DI   5414 Beauford Court
                                                                    3830 Hawkhaven Way
                                                                                             Fabulous Cul-de-Sac Lot
                                                                                              Adorable Single Story
FD   Successful Child Safety Program Needs Your Help
        Lifesaving Technology Sought for Granite Bay Schools   DK   8915 Los Lagos Circle     Newer Custom Beauty

                                                               EF   653 Lilja Court
                                                                    624 Lilja Court
                                                                                      Great Cul-de-Sac Location
                                                                                      Fabulous Solar Built Home

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                                                                    2503 Cypress Court
                                                                                             Fabulous View Lot
                                                                                            Custom Home
 H   Telephone Directory
DH   Dining Guide                                              EJ   905 Figueroa Street
                                                                    1713 Lake Vista Way
                                                                                            Downtown Folsom Lot
                                                                                             Hilltop Lot with View
EE   Sacramento Kings 2006-2007 Schedule

EG   Oakland Raiders/San Francisco 49ers 2006 Schedule         FE   5491 Fenton Way    Semi-Custom Beauty
                                                                    357 Princeton Court Greenbelt Views
        Game Day Recipes: Hot Wings with Blue Cheese Dip

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Planning Department         916-874-6141        SMUD                             800-733-7683    Lincoln Regional Airport          916-645-3443
Assessor                    916-875-0700        SBC (Southern Bell Co.)          800-310-2355    Sacramento International Air-     916-929-5411
Recorder                    916-874-6334                                                         port
                                                Sacramento Co. Utilities         916-875-5555
Bonds                       916-874-6733                                                         Lincoln Transit                   916-645-8576
                                                Elk Grove Utilities              916-478-3642
Building Permits            916-875-5296                                                         Placer County Transit             916-784-6177
                                                Roseville Phone (Billing)        800-232-4006                                      or 530-885-BUSS
Inspections                 916-875-5296
                                                Roseville Phone (New)            800-232-0203    Roseville Area Dial-A-Ride        916-774-5757
                                                City of Roseville                                (RADAR)
        Placer County                           Electric, Water, Trash Service
                                                                                 916-774-5302
                                                                                                 Roseville Commuter Service        916-774-5758
Information                 530-889-4000
                                                Fair Oaks Water District         916-967-5723    DMV                               1-800-777-0133
Taxes                       530-889-4120
                                                Citrus Heights Water District    916-725-6873
Planning Department         530-886-3000
                                                                                                             City Offices
                                                Lincoln Water Department         916-645-3314
Environmental Health        530-745-2300                                                         Auburn                             530-823-4211
                                                Nevada Irrigation District       530-823-2466
Assessor                    530-889-4300                                                         Elk Grove                          916-683-7111
                                                Orangevale Water Company         916-988-1693
Recorder                    530-886-5600                                                         Lincoln                            916-645-3314
                                                San Juan Water District          916-791-0115
Bonds                       530-889-4160        Auburn Placer Disposal           530-885-3735    Loomis                             916-652-1840
Building Permits            530-886-3010        Comcast Cable                    916-927-2225    Rocklin                            916-632-4050
Inspections                 530-889-7491        Starstream Communications        916-652-9277    Roseville                          916-774-5200
Granite Bay Library         916-791-5590                                                         Sacramento                         916-264-5011

                                                Electric Department                                                Courts
  Police Department
                                               Construction Maintenance          916-774-5601    Jury Services                      530-889-6522
Non-Emergency (Roseville)   916-774-5000
                                               Power Outages                     916-774-5601    Superior & Municipal Courts
General Information         916-774-5030                                                                                            530-889-6550
                                                                                                 Placer County
                                               Emergencies & After Hours         916-774-5428
Abandoned Vehicles          916-774-5045                                                         Roseville Municipal                916-784-6419
                                               Street Light Outages              916-774-5601
Animal Control              916-774-5090                                                         District Attorney Placer County    530-889-7000
                                               Energy Conservation               916-774-5600
Crime Prevention            916-783-7867       Information                                       Probation Department               530-889-7900

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    home on the market today! Behind the prestigious gates of Los Lagos, this home features
    manicured  yards,  fabulous  pool,  outdoor  dining  area  with  fireplace,  outdoor  kitchen,  and 
    9’x12’ theater screen on patio. Classic elegance throughout this 4/5 bedroom home!  
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                             Two Story home with 4/5 bedrooms, plus
                             bonus room
                             Over 7,000 Square Feet
                             Approximately 1.2 Acres
                             Breathtaking views
                             Gated entry with circular driveway and
                             fountain
                             Separate formal living and dining room -
                             perfect for entertaining
                             Separate family room with French doors to
                             covered patio
                             Outdoor kitchen and dining area with
                             fireplace
                             Master suite with retreat, plus huge balcony
                             with lake views
                             9’x12’ theater screen on patio
                             Fabulous backyard with manicured yards
                             and fabulous pool and spa
                             7 car garage
                             All on a Cul-de-Sac Lot!

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For a Private Showing,               (916) 580‐2280 
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    Parmis is involved in the entire process    When you purchase a home through Parmis                 This is the one! You have found the perfect home for you
    when you purchase a home through her        Properties, you can expect your specific criteria and   and your family. Now, with Parmis Properties, you will
    team of buyer’s agents. This team of        special needs to be listened to in order to help you    review the listing price and decide what amount you
    real estate professionals will assist you   select the perfect home for you and your family.        would like to offer for the home. Parmis will help you
    in gaining a clear understanding of the     Parmis is knowledgeable about the many neighbor-        prepare an offer to purchase and contract. Your offer
    entire home buying process and your         hoods and communities throughout Placer County.         must be accompanied by earnest money, which is consid-
    agent will work with you to understand      Based on the research of Parmis Properties, you         ered a deposit made in good faith to show that you are
    your criteria and special needs. Parmis     will begin visiting many homes; some you may have       serious about purchasing this particular home. Parmis
    will provide valuable information           requested and some that seem to fit your criteria.      Properties will present your offer immediately. In a
    regarding location, community, schools      Parmis Properties will schedule appointments for        perfect world, your offer would be accepted immediately,
    and builders to help make your home         these showings and personally take you to each          but in reality, you can expect a counter offer - unless you
    buying experience informed and pleas-       one. As you tour these homes, select the ones you       have offered to pay the asking price. This often takes
    urable. As a homebuyer you have the         like and envision yourself and your family living in    several days. Once you have agreement on all the terms of
    right to have a professional real estate    them. After several of these outings, you will easily   your contract, you will be ready for the final steps.
    agent represent you and serve your best     be able to make a decision.

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                                          Are You Talkin’ to Me?!?
                                             Confessions of an Anger Addict
          On the surface, Michelle* appeared calm and light-                         Anger addicts hold onto their feelings for a variety of
hearted. Her interactions with others initially are perceived as           reasons. Insecurity and low self-esteem are common. Perceived
attentive and polite. However, recently she confessed, “I am an-           or real injustices replay in their minds like a broken record. Un-
gry all the time. From the moment I wake up until my eyes close            derlying feelings of fear and grief are shadowed by the shield of
at night, I feel as if I’m burning with rage and heaven help any           anger. Expectations and loss can rob joy. Like alcoholics that
person that gets me at the wrong moment. I will swear at them,             crave alcohol and feed their addiction by continual drinking, anger
throw things, and if I find it necessary, I‘ll hit. I’m afraid that I’ll   addicts are fed by exposing or introducing situations that further
always be this way. ”                                                      lead to angry outbursts. Preoccupation with resentment and re-
                                                                           venge coupled with denial of a personal problem and blame fo-
         We know them. They are our next door neighbor, our
                                                                           cused on others keeps the addicts trapped in a web of destruction.
colleague, or a beloved family member. Carefully we may feel as
if we are gently treading on eggshells to avoid angry outbursts or                  In order to begin the journey of monitoring and manag-
suffer while facing icy silent treatments. The energy of a normal          ing chronic, angry feelings, the following tips are helpful in begin-
emotion, such as anger, can take on a life of its own unless moni-         ning the process:
tored and tamed. If not, mental, emotional, and physical health is
compromised not only for the anger host, but all who encounter it.         • Acknowledge to yourself that you are angry
Friendships can be ruined, intimate relationships shattered, and           • Remove yourself from the anger-inducing situation
jobs threatened.                                                           • Resist placing blame on others and identify what core emotions
                                                                             exists hidden by the anger shield. Such feelings can be defen-
         It begs the question…how does one become addicted to                siveness, fear (of loss, control, vulnerability), insecurity, anxi-
anger?                                                                       ety, and unmet expectations
          For the purposes of this topic, addiction is classified as       • Write in a journal
ongoing chronic behavior that is perceived to be impossible to             • When in a calmer state, communicate with someone and ex-
change or stop. Like alcoholics drawn to drinking or others ad-              press feelings and concerns without placing blame on others.
dicted to repeated use of substances, anger addicts are drawn to                     Enlisting the assistance of a qualified counselor or anger
further engage in their destructive behavior despite the promises          coach can assist in developing strategies to manage anger and
to stop, the distorted belief that willpower will stop it, and the         learn productive self-control and communication skills. Attending
detrimental short and long-term consequences.                              group anger management classes offer the ability to realize that
          We all get angry. It is a normal emotional that can pro-         chronic anger can be addressed productively and provides the
vide safety and protection in certain situations or can hinder             opportunity to meet with others who share similar challenges.
change and growth. As a secondary emotion, it is important to              Michelle has participated in individual coaching sessions, at-
determine core feelings such as insecurity, fear, and disappoint-          tended anger management group sessions, and has developed
ment and address it without placing blame on others. For many,             strategies to address her chronic angry feelings. Although she
appropriate expression of anger is handled responsibly and con-            understands that she will need to maintain a high level of aware-
flicts can be resolved in a reasonable manner. Individuals with            ness to manage her emotions, she and her family have experi-
anger problems may chronically express rage with little provoca-           enced more intimate and quality time together.
tion, are unpredictable, and can resort to fierce verbal outbursts or      *a pseudonym
explosive violent episodes. They are often are psychologically,             Karen Harold is a conflict coach and anger management class facilitator.
emotionally, and physically abusive.                                          Contact her at 1-888-527-3608 or e-mail: karen@karenharold.com DD
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                           1464+/- square foot home
                   3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 2 car garage
                     Custom paint, custom fans, 2” blinds
Kitchen features Cherry cabinets, hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances
      Great Room concept has ceiling fan and beautiful hardwood floors
              Great location near shopping and Freeway access!



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                                               Beautiful hardwood floors downstairs
                                               Kitchen with granite slab countertops and ample cupboard
                                               space opens to cozy family Room with fireplace
                                               Nice-sized backyard ~ Landscaping
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                                       4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, office, plus bonus room (downstairs bedroom with its
                                       own bath)
                                       Kitchen features granite slab countertops, stainless steel appliances and
                                       Maple cabinets, opens to cozy Family Room with
                                       fireplace

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                                       Beautiful hardwood floors downstairs; upgraded
                                       fixtures, custom paint
                                       Nice-sized backyard with breathtaking views
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      Granite Bay                                Roseville Cont.                                                                                Auburn Cont.
A Chef’s Affair Gourmet Foods &                  Fat’s Asia Bistro                                 Tahoe Joe’s Famous Steakhouse                Latitudes
Fine Catering                                    (916) 787-3287                                    (916) 797-9220                               (530) 885-9535
(916) 797-1404                                   1500 Eureka Road, Roseville                       1905 Taylor Road, Roseville                  130 Maple Street, Auburn
6889 Douglas Blvd, Granite Bay                   Contemporary Asian décor & food, outdoor          Cuisine: steakhouse, veg. options, kids’     International cuisine in a Victorian setting:
Gourmet takeout menu of salads, sand-            seating                                           menu, full bar, patio seating                poultry, seafood, steak, veg. options, patio
wiches, soups, veg. options, outdoor             Il Fornaio                                        Thai Basil                                   seating
seating only                                     (916) 788-1200                                    (916) 782-8424                               Pasquale T’s
Akebono                                          1179 Galleria Blvd, Roseville                     1613 Douglas Blvd, Roseville                 (530) 888-8440
(916) 791-2722                                   Regionally inspired Italian cuisine & bakery,     Cuisine: Thai                                2515 Grass Valley Hwy, Auburn
                                                 outdoor seating                                                                                Cuisine: Italian, steaks, seafood, casual
8685 Auburn-Folsom Road, Granite Bay                                                               The Town Lounge
Japanese cuisine & sushi bar, veg.               Mikuni Japanese Restaurant &                                                                   atmosphere, veg. options, kids’ menu,
                                                                                                   (916) 789-1900                               wine/beer
options, wine/beer, kids’ menu                   Sushi Bar                                         1595 Eureka Road, Roseville
Cabos                                            (916) 797-2112                                    Contemporary American cuisine served in
(916) 797-1996                                   1565 Eureka Road, Roseville                       a modern atmosphere, veg. options, full
8570 Auburn-Folsom Rd, Granite Bay               Cuisine: Japanese/Sushi                           bar, outdoor seating                              Rocklin
Daily fish specials, outdoor seating             Pasghetti
                                                 (916) 746-8707                                          Auburn                                 The Melting Pot
Dominick’s Italian Market Deli &                                                                                                                (916) 443-2347
                                                 1060 Pleasant Grove, Suite 100, Roseville         Awful Annie’s
Trattoria                                        Italian cuisine, casual atmosphere, veg.          (530) 888-9857
                                                                                                                                                6839 Lone Tree Blvd., Rocklin
(916) 786-3355                                                                                                                                  Blue Oaks Marketplace
                                                 options, wine/beer, outdoor setting               160 Sacramento Street, Auburn                Cuisine: Fondue
8621 Auburn-Folsom Rd, Granite Bay                                                                 Sandwiches, soups, veg. options
Sandwiches, salads, hot food items served in     Pasta Pomodoro                                                                                 Venita Rhea’s Resturant
a rustic Italian villa setting. Veg. options,    (916) 773-4027                                    Bootleggers Old Town Tavern & Grill          (916) 624-2697
wine/beer, full bar trattoria, outdoor seating   3984 Douglas Blvd, Roseville                      (530) 889-2229                               4415 Granite Drive, Suite 1500, Rocklin
Granite Bay Market                               (916) 772-5202                                    210 Washington Street, Auburn                French country atmosphere, veg. options,
(916) 797-2233                                   10341 Fairway Drive, Roseville                    Cuisine: American, sixty beers sold by       kids’ menu, wine/beer, outdoor seating
8230 Auburn-Folsom Rd, Granite Bay               Cuisine: Italian                                  pints, yards & boots; nine on tap
                                                                                                                                                Zinfandel Grille
Neighborhood market Café, European               P.F. Chang’s China Bistro                         Café Delicias                                (916) 630-0400
style fare, counter service                      (916) 788-2800                                    (530) 885-2050                               5450 China Garden Rd, Rocklin
Granitos                                         1180 Galleria Blvd, Roseville                     1591 Lincoln Way, Auburn                     Rocklin Park Hotel
                                                 Cuisine: Chinese                                  Mexican dishes cooked from scratch           Cuisine: California; American
(916) 791-4401
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Y       eature Article
                                             Cell Phone Use
                                                Do you fear me now?
Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens.                               cell phones discreetly. Outies are louder and less concerned
-Jimi Hendrix                                                       with people around them. But the distinction, and the behavior,
                                                                    is innocuous, right?
        More than half of humanity has never placed or re-
ceived a phone call. Their lack of anytime minute usage still                 More spontaneous and prolific public communications
doesn’t help me keep a cell on this subway. As a man ap-            have eroded the distinction between what is private and what is
proaches, I barely hear his plea over the din of my yammer into     communal. Items blared into the public domain now make the
the handset.                                                        casual municipal bus or subway riding privy to the intimate, or
                                                                    mundane aspects of an apathetic performer. The character of
         “Excuse me,” as he taps me on the shoulder and peers
                                                                    our public space has changed. All this exhibitionism in an age
at my cell phone. “What brand of phone is that?” he inquires
                                                                    fearful of identity theft. Anyone within a significant radius is
rhetorically. “Because I’m looking for a new model and I want
                                                                    given access to a wealth of personal information. The function-
to avoid phones you have to SHOUT into to be heard.”
                                                                    ality, ease-of-use, and perceived ubiquitousness of these de-
         There’s no dearth of things to be heard. Cell phones       vices contribute to our lack of awareness of ourselves, others,
ring. Monologues follow. At least that’s what we are assaulted      and our surroundings.
with at every turn. Public is the new private as dirty laundry,
                                                                              To muffle the din, social commentators promote vari-
meaningless statements and formally discreet conversations
                                                                    ous commandments touting Cell Phone Etiquette. The effort to
take place in the proverbial town square of Everyplace, USA.
                                                                    legislate cell phone behavior is laudable, but as a rule, etiquette
         Cell phones have made communications so much eas-          dictums are only followed by those desirous of gaining entrance
ier-and frequent-the device could legitimately be looked upon       to specified social networks. Rules prohibiting incessant ring-
as one of the most important innovations of the last few dec-       ing, sell phone prattle, and multi-taking in person and on-the-
ades. They’ve enabled people to speak longer (sometimes             line conversations are meaningless to cell phone users fully
louder) and more frequently than ever before. Business now          supported in their behavior by their current social network of
demands instant communication. Personal relationships are           like-minded cell phone aficionados.
acquiring the same claims on immediacy.
                                                                    Bottom Line: Rules are most effective when applied to our
         Yet there may be a point at which the quantity of talk     own behavior.
time-and it’s supposed urgency-leads to a commensurate loss of
                                                                    Rather than being prescriptive, let’s just keep up the good ex-
communication quality. This may be occurring en masse, but
                                                                    ample of cell phone use:
has undoubtedly happened to cell phone users crossing wireless
paths with you everyday. Is a message being relayed every           • Keep your cell phone on vibrate - excuse yourself from
time a user’s roaming plan is put into play? It is. And the un-       others before answering
derlying message seems to be: a stylish social crutch has ar-       • When placing a call, immediately ask the recipient “Is this a
rived.                                                                good time to talk?”
          About 72% of Americans agree the worst cell phone         • Remember - Anytime Minutes don’t have to be used for
habit is engaging in loud cell phone conversations in public.         Anything Minutiae
Unlike driving a vehicle while using a cell phone, this habit is
                                                                         Kevin Dunn is a northern California-based freelance writer.
not intrinsically dangerous. So, what’s to fear? Innies use their                   Contact: Kevin@maximaledge.com
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                                           Doin’ it “Old-School”
                                         Cal Worsham: Heart of the Gladiator
     “Every action of our lives touches on some chord that will            that’s OK because it’s worth it.
     vibrate in eternity,” was a 19th century playwright’s fervent
     hope. That chord reverberates...and takes center stage for Cal        ctÜÅ|áM Some would say you practice “throwback” philoso-
     Worsham, a giant of a man - if stature is measured by the size        phy, especially in such an up-and-coming, lucrative, and violent
     of a person’s heart.                                                  sport.
     Worsham, a retired Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) heavyweight
                                                                           Worsham: What sets me apart are the values my grandfather
     champion, who now trains and manages young fighters that
                                                                           and father instilled in me: Do what you say you are going to do,
     respect him and admire his leadership ability, always reminds
                                                                           work hard, look people in the eye. I feel like a dying breed. I
     his gladiators before they step into the fray: “What you’re doing
                                                                           feel strongly about these things and grew up “old school.” Be a
     right now is going to echo throughout eternity - how do you
                                                                           man or woman of God, first and foremost...and be happy.
     want to be remembered?”
     Worsham plans to be remembered as a helper and a doer. A              ctÜÅ|áM For the uninitiated, what goes on in the cage?
     deeply religious man, he attributes his contagious positive
     attitude to his faith in God and to the values held dear by his       Worsham: Hand-to-hand combat. I describe MMA as
     grandfather and father, both hard workers who lived up to their       “controlled melee.” It looks like a street fight, but it’s not that
     commitments and practiced honor and trustworthiness.                  sloppy or barbaric. There is so much going on in there with
                                                                           these trained fighters. Until you become a fan, you just don’t
     ctÜÅ|áM The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) brings               know. It’s like the movie “Gladiator,” only we’re not fighting
     together some of the most talented martial arts experts in the        to the death. This is a spectacle with showmanship, but these
     world, utilizing such disciplines as jiu-jitsu, karate, boxing,       guys are gladiators. In a street fight, there is disrespect and
     kickboxing, and wrestling. Worsham’s Team X is a stable of            adrenaline that rules immediate action. Here, we’ve got a lot of
     distinct, young MMA fighters you manage and train. What sets          respect for other fighters. It takes a unique person to be able to
     them apart?                                                           do this, do it well, and have any longevity.
     Worsham: My fighters don’t talk smack or challenge anybody.           ctÜÅ|áM This is not Wrestle-Mania - the action is real. Fight-
     I set the fights or another promoter calls me for a match. My
                                                                           ers are highly-trained and deadly serious.
     guys don’t smoke, drink, or do drugs. You can be on my team
     when you’re clean. There’s no cussing either. My fighters have        Worsham: If you’re any kind of civilized human, it’s tough to
     to be good people inside and outside the cage. I don’t care if        hit the switch that turns on the aggression, especially when the
     their fight record is 10-0 or 0-10, if their using the skills they    only words opponents have said to you have been very nice and
     learn in the gym to beat people up outside, they’re losers in life.   pleasant like “good luck” or “God bless you.” If you don’t
                                                                           know how to turn that switch on and off, you’re probably going
     Like all teams, my team needs sponsorships to survive. But we         to get hurt. I always know that I’ve got to hit a switch and take
     only affiliate ourselves with legitimate, upstanding businesses.
     No adult-oriented stuff. This probably costs us a little bit, but                                               Continued on next page
EC
                                       “Five hundred years ago we’d be the ones at the
                                    Round Table defending the castle. We’re a rare breed.”

this guy (opponent) out. That’s real. Five hundred years ago          vated? It can’t be in the cage where
we’d be the ones at the Round Table defending the castle.             opponents have tried to take your head off.
We’re a rare breed.                                                   Worsham: I love the outdoors. I’m an avid hunter and fisher-
                                                                      man. If I can just get to the outdoors, that’s where it all hap-
ctÜÅ|áM UFC has mushroomed into a financial force, filling            pens. Out on a mountain I get back in touch and I’m able to get
arenas, being featured in major newspapers and periodicals, and       a handle on what a speck I am in the whole scheme of things.
pulling in huge audiences on cable television.
Worsham: I’m retired from active fighting, but the sport was
                                                                      ctÜÅ|áM Your wife, two daughters, and son are learning to
just legalized in California December of last year. March was         share that love of the outdoors that keeps you vibrant.
the first show off the Indian reservations and it’s exploding -       Worsham: I can share all this with my whole family - camping,
money is just now coming toward the fighters.                         hunting, and all. Just four weeks ago my wife got her first wild
                                                                      boar. I get so much pleasure out of seeing my wife and kids
I’ve fought for 100 bucks before. Now they’re offering $10K for       enjoy themselves outdoors. It’s my touch back with God.
guys to fight and another $10K to win - because it’s legalized.
Just being honest, if somebody offered me the money to fight,         ctÜÅ|áM The Future?
I’d fight - especially if my family or somebody I knew needed
                                                                      Worsham: I have a lot of irons in the fire. I don’t have any set
the money. I do color commentating during TV broadcasts. I’ve
                                                                      answers for the future - I leave it open. I have my heating and
done four pay-per-view shows and been pretty successful with
                                                                      air contractor’s license and my general contractor’s license,
it. People have been pleased with my performance. That will
                                                                      which I keep on the side. I use it for other people. My church
keep me connected to this growing sport, outside of training my
                                                                      needed new AC, so I put it in.
guys.
                                                                      I’m currently working on obtaining my real estate license. I
ctÜÅ|áM    Training and managing has become a passion for             don’t put limits on anything. I recently served as a Marine
you.                                                                  Corps Chaplain. I’m prepared to give everything up and be-
                                                                      come a preacher or keep doing what I’m doing as a mainte-
Worsham: I just wanted to prove that besides getting myself to        nance worker for the city of Folsom.
a certain level in this sport (winning a belt), that I could impart
success to others. Two of my fighters have won world champi-          I used to be a Corrections Officer on the graveyard shift at a
onships. We’ve won twelve belts in the last three years and that      local prison. Now I work Monday to Friday . I’m out in the
makes me very proud. I took some guys who had no MMA ex-              sunshine, and around people who don’t want to ram a pencil
perience, they stuck it out with me for three years and then          into the side of my neck and break it off. I feel like I am back
                          started winning belts - that’s pretty       amongst the living.
                          much the pinnacle - and now the only        I’ve been blessed with so many skills - the primary one being
                          other thing I look forward to is that       the gift of gab as a people person. God’s going to wind up us-
                          someday, when I’m no longer here, this      ing me for His glory and to help people. When you can help
                          team carries on without me and takes        someone, you have worth. Wherever there’s a need, I want to
                          up wherever I might leave off. That         help.
                          would be great satisfaction.
                                                                        Kevin Dunn is a northern California-based freelance writer.
                         ctÜÅ|áM    Where is your peace culti-                     Contact: Kevin@maximaledge.com
                                                                                                                                         ED
  Sacramento                                                                                                2006-2007
                                                                                                            2006-
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                         Kings
             October                                  December                                 January Cont.                            March
10-12    @ Dallas Preseason       5:30 PM    12-1         @ Dallas      5:30 PM     1-17         @ Toronto           4:00 PM   3-2    @ LA Lakers     7:30 PM

10-17   @ LA Lakers Preseason     7:00 PM    12-2      @ San Antonio    5:00 PM     1-19          @ Boston           4:30 PM   3-3     @ Portland     7:00 PM

10-19   @ Phoenix Preseason       6:00 PM    12-4         Orlando       7:00 PM     1-20          @ Detroit          4:30 PM   3-6      Indiana       7:00 PM

10-20      Utah Preseason         7:00 PM    12-5        @ Phoenix      6:00 PM     1-22         New Jersey          7:00 PM   3-8    San Antonio     7:30 PM

10-22 NO/Okla. City Preseason 5:00 PM        12-7          Miami        7:30 PM     1-24         Milwaukee           7:00 PM   3-11     Denver        12:30 PM
       Lawlor Events Center,
            Reno, NV                        12-10         Atlanta       6:00 PM     1-26      @ NO/Okla. City        5:00 PM   3-13   @ Cleveland     4:00 PM
                                                                                             New Orleans Arena
10-24 NO/Okla. City Preseason 7:00 PM       12-12      @ Golden State   7:30 PM                                                3-14   @ Charlotte     4:00 PM
                                                                                    1-27          @ Dallas           5:30 PM
10-25    @ Seattle Preseason      7:00 PM   12-15         @ Utah        6:00 PM                                                3-16     @ Miami       4:30 PM
                                                                                    1-29        @ Memphis            5:00 PM
10-27    Portland Preseason       7:00 PM   12-16         Phoenix       7:00 PM                                                3-17    @ Orlando      4:00 PM
                                                                                    1-31        @ Minnesota          6:00 PM
                                            12-18          Dallas       7:00 PM                                                3-19    @ Atlanta      4:00 PM

           November                         12-21       Washington      7:30 PM                February                        3-21    Minnesota      7:00 PM
11-1        @ Minnesota           5:00 PM                                                                                      3-22    @ Phoenix      7:00 PM
                                            12-22        @ Denver       6:00 PM     2-3           Denver             7:00 PM
11-3         @ Chicago            5:30 PM                                                                                      3-25     Phoenix       12:30 PM
                                            12-27       Philadelphia    7:00 PM     2-5        NO/Okla. City         7:00 PM
11-4        @ Milwaukee           5:30 PM                                                                                      3-30   LA Clippers     7:30 PM
                                            12-29      @ LA Clippers    7:30 PM     2-8          Chicago             7:30 PM
11-6          Minnesota           7:00 PM
11-8           Detroit            7:30 PM
                                            12-30       Golden State    7:00 PM     2-10        @ Seattle            7:00 PM              April
                                                                                    2-11          Seattle            6:00 PM
                                                                                                                                4-1   @ LA Lakers     6:30 PM
11-12          Toronto            6:00 PM
                                                        January                     2-13        @ Houston            5:30 PM
                                                                                                                                4-3      Dallas       7:00 PM
11-15         Memphis             6:00 PM
                                             1-2         New York       7:00 PM     2-14     @ NO/Okla. City         5:00 PM
                                                                                                                                4-4     @ Denver      6:00 PM
11-16      @ Golden State         7:30 PM
                                             1-4         LA Lakers      7:30 PM     2-20          Boston             7:00 PM
                                                                                                                                4-6       Utah        7:00 PM
11-19        San Antonio          6:00 PM
                                             1-6          Portland      7:00 PM     2-22      @ Washington           4:00 PM
                                                                                                                                4-8     Houston       6:00 PM
11-22           Utah              7:00 PM    1-9         Cleveland      7:00 PM     2-23      @ New Jersey           4:30 PM
                                                                                                                               4-10    @ Memphis      5:00 PM
11-24         @ Seattle           7:30 PM    1-12        @ Portland     7:00 PM     2-25        @ Indiana            5:00 PM
                                                                                                                               4-11   @ San Antonio   5:00 PM
11-25         Portland            7:00 PM    1-13         Houston       7:00 PM     2-26      @ Philadelphia         4:00 PM
                                                                                                                               4-13   Golden State    7:00 PM
11-28        LA Clippers          7:00 PM    1-15       @ New York      10:00 AM    2-28         Charlotte           7:00 PM
                                                                                                                               4-15   @ LA Clippers   12:30 PM
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                                       Date Opponent                             Time**                   Date Opponent                         Time**
                                       9/11        vs. San Diego                 7:15 pm                  9/10       @ Arizona                  1:15 pm
                                       9/17        @ Baltimore                   10:00 am                 9/17       vs. St. Louis              1:05 pm
                                       9/24        BYE                                                    9/24       vs. Philadelphia           1:15 pm
                                       10/1        vs. Cleveland                 1:15 pm                  10/1       @ Kansas City              10:00 am
                                       10/8        @ San Francisco               1:05 pm                  10/8       vs. Oakland                1:05 pm
                                       10/15       @ Denver                      5:15 pm                  10/15      vs. San Diego              1:15 pm
                                       10/22       vs. Arizona                   1:15 pm                  10/22      BYE
                                       10/29       vs. Pittsburgh                1:15 pm                  10/29      @ Chicago                  10:00 am
                                       11/6        @ Seattle                     5:30 pm                  11/5       vs. Minnesota              1:05 pm
                                       11/12       vs. Denver                    1:05 pm                  11/12      @ Detroit                  10:00 am
                                       11/19       @ Kansas City                 10:00 am                 11/19      vs. Seattle                1:05 pm
                                       11/26       @ San Diego                   1:05 pm                  11/26      @ St. Louis                10:00 am
                                       12/3        vs. Houston                   1:05 pm                  12/3       @ New Orleans              10:00 am
                                       12/10       @ Cincinnati                  10:00 am                 12/10      vs. Green Bay              1:05 pm
                                       12/17       vs. St. Louis                 1:15 pm                  12/14      @ Seattle                  5:00 pm
                                       12/23       vs. Kansas City               5:00 pm                  12/24      vs. Arizona                1:05 pm
                                       12/31       @ New York                    10:00 am                 12/31      @ Denver                   1:15 pm
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     2 Tablespoons Butter or Margarine, melted
     3 Tablespoons bottled hot pepper sauce         pieces in a reseal-able plastic bag set in a shallow dish.
     2 Teaspoons paprika                         2. For marinade, stir together melted butter, hot pepper sauce, paprika, salt and cayenne pepper. Pour
     1/4 Teaspoon salt                              over chicken wings; seal bag. Marinate at room temperature for 30 minutes. Drain; discard marinade.
     Celery Sticks (optional)
     1 Recipe Blue Cheese Dip (optional)         3. Place the chicken wing pieces on the unheated rack of a broiler pan. Broil 4 to 5 inches from the heat
                                                    about 10 minutes or until lightly browned. Turn chicken wings. Broil for 10 to 15 minutes more or until
     Prep Time: Approximately 20 minutes
     Marinate: 30 minutes
                                                    chicken is tender and no longer pink. Serve with Blue Cheese Dip and, if desired, celery sticks.
     Broil: 20 minutes                              Makes 12 Appetizer servings                                                   Source: Better Homes and Gardens

                                                   In a blender or food processor combine ½ cup dairy sour cream, ½ mayonnaise or salad dressing, ½ cup
                                                   crumbled blue cheese, 1 tablespoon white wine vinegar or white vinegar and 1 clove garlic, minced. Cover
                                                   and blend or process until smooth. Cover and chill for up to 1 week. If desired, top with additional
                                                   crumbled blue cheese before serving. Makes 1¼ cups.


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     2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
     1 pound beef or pork stew meat, cut into 3/4-inch cubes            1. Place flour in a plastic bag. Add meat cubes and shake until meat is coated with flour.
     2 tablespoons cooking oil                                             In a large skillet brown half of the meat in 1 tablespoon of the hot oil, turning to brown
     2½ cups cubed potatoes                                                evenly. Brown remaining meat in remaining oil. Drain off fat.
     1 cup frozen cut green beans*
     1 cup frozen whole kernel corn*                                    2. In a 3½ or 4 quart crockery cooker: layer potatoes, green beans, corn, carrot and onion.
     1 cup sliced carrot                                                   Add meat. Add bouillon granules, Worcestershire sauce, oregano, marjoram, pepper and
     1 medium onion, cut into thin wedges                                  bay leaf. Pour vegetable juice over all.
     2 teaspoons instant beef bouillon granules                         3. Cover and cook on low-heat setting for 10 to 12 hours or on high-heat setting for 5 to 6
     2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
     1 teaspoon dried oregano, crushed                                     hours or until meat and vegetables are tender. Discard bay leaf. Ladle into bowls. Makes 4
     ½ teaspoon dried marjoram or basil, crushed                           to 6 servings.
     ¼ teaspoon pepper
     1 bay leaf                                                                  For a 6-quart cooker: Recipe may be doubled.
     2½ cups vegetable juice or hot-style vegetable juice
     * Can belike, substitute 2 2 cups frozen mixed
     * If you substituted for cups frozen mixed vegetables for the               Prep Time: Approximately 25 Minutes
     vegetables for the
     beans and corn. beans and corn                                              Cook: Approximately 10 Hours                                        Source: Better Homes and Gardens




     ¼ cup granulated sugar                      1. Heat oven to 425 degrees F. Butter a 9-inch square baking dish.
     1 teaspoon ground cinnamon                  2. Combine granulated sugar, cinnamon and allspice in a bowl. Cut apples with an apple slicer (or core apples and cut
     Pinch ground allspice
                                                    into eighths). Add apples and lemon juice to sugar-spice mixture; toss. Spoon into prepared dish.
     3 pounds tart green apples, peeled
     1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice              3. Combine flour and brown sugar in a bowl. Cut in butter until mixture resembles fine crumbs. Stir in oats. Sprinkle
     ¾ cup all-purpose flour                        topping evenly over fruit to cover (it will be a generous layer).
     ¾ cup firmly packed brown sugar             4. Bake 15 minutes. Reduce oven temperature to 350 degrees F and bake 25 to 30 minutes more, until top is golden and
     6 tablespoons butter, cut up                   fruit is bubbly. (If topping browns too quickly while baking, loosely cover with foil). Cool crisp on wire rack 15 minutes.
     ½ cup uncooked oaks (not instant)
                                                    Makes 6 servings.
     Prep Time: Approximately 20 Minutes                    Bake: 40 minutes     Cool: 15 minutes      Stand: 15 minutes   Start to Finish: 1 hour   Source: Ladies’ Home Journal


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                                        Close to freeway
                                        Don’t miss this opportunity to build in the heart of Downtown Folsom!

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                      Wild Affair:                         Sacramento Zoo
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                                                                                               Third Thursday Jazz: Will Bernard           Crocker Art Museum
        Gourmet foods, a live & silent auction and     3930 West Land Park Dr.                  Jazz Guitarist Will Bernard fronts a           216 O Street
10/7                                                         Sacramento
                  fun entertainment                                                  10/19      quartet whose music merges groove-              Sacramento
            At Sacramento Zoo, 5pm-10pm                    www.saczoo.com                        rock, funk, hip-hop and soul into       www.crockerartmuseum.org
                                                                                                   danceable tunes, 5:30pm-8pm            mem. free/non-mem. $10
                   Maidu Indian Day:                        Ancil Hoffman
          Special Fundraising Event - Celebrate              County Park                                 10th Annual                       Recreation Dr., Auburn
10/7    Maidu culture with traditional food tasting,      The Nature Center
                                                                                                  Auburn Community Festival                Contact: 530-885-5616 or
                games and demonstrations                2850 San Lorenzo Way         10/21                                                 www.auburncommunity
        At Ancil Hoffman County Park, 10am-4pm               Carmichael                               At Recreation Park
                                                                                                     Free Admission, 10am-4pm             festival.com for more info.
10/14
10/15
                 Spookamotive Train:                   Central Pacific Railroad
        Fun & whimsical 40-minute, 6-mile round-        Freight Depot in Old                             Family Fun Night                200 & 300 Blocks of
10/21                                                                                             Halloween costume contest, face-     Vernon Street, Roseville
          trip ride along the Sacramento River!              Sacramento              10/26
10/22                                                                                          painting, balloons, magic show and fun www.downtownroseville.com
              “Spookamotive” trains depart             www.oldsacramento.com
10/28                                                                                         interactive games for the kids, 5pm-9pm
                  on the hour 11am-4pm                 Reg. ticket prices apply
10/29

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10/27          9th Annual Sacramento                    Sacramento Convention                        Festival of Lights Parade
                                                           Center, 1400 J St.                   New Directions this year! Starts at Fair-
 to      Arts Festival - Contemporary craft &                Sacramento
                                                                                                                                                   Auburn
                                                                                                 grounds & ends at Chamber of Com-
10/29                fine art event                     www.sacramenities.com          12/2                                                  Chamber of Commerce
                                                                                                 merce. Contact Auburn Chamber of
                                                                                                                                            www.auburnchamber.net
                                                                                               Commerce for more info at 530-885-5616,
10/27          Safe & Super Halloween                       Fairytale Town                                      5:30pm
 to      Special ticketed event. Tickets are $7/free      3901 Land Park Dr.
10/29         for children under 1. 6pm-9pm                  Sacramento                             California International                 Sacramento Convention
                                                                                                           Marathon                                  Center
                  Boo at the Zoo                   Sacramento Zoo                     12/02    Pick up more information and packet at             1400 J Street
          Have a safe & fun Halloween at the   3930 West Land Park Dr.                                 the Convention Center                      Sacramento
10/31                                                Sacramento                                             Times TBA                        www.sacramenities.com
      Sacramento Zoo. Tickets may be purchased
             in advance. 4:30pm-8:30pm             www.saczoo.com
                                                                                                        Santa’s Yuletide Express
                                                                                      12/09    Steam-Powered Santa’s Yuletide Express        California State Railroad
                                                                                               has Santa aboard! Specially priced train       Museum, 111 I Street
                                                                                       to


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                                                                                                 tickets this weekend include Railroad              Sacramento
                                                                                      12/10                Museum admission.                      www.csrmf.org
                                                                                                       Departs hourly 11am-4pm

                                                                                                Holiday Magic at the Sacramento Zoo             Sacramento Zoo
                                                        Placer Co. Fairgrounds                   Get your picture taken with Santa          3930 West Land Park Dr.
                                                                                      12/09         and watch the animals receive                 Sacramento
11/11 30th Annual International Railfair                Washington Blvd. at All
                                                                                                 special holiday treats. 10am-4pm               www.saczoo.com
               Model Railroad Show                       American City Blvd.
 to                                                     Adults $6/Kids under 12
      The West Coast’s Premier Model Railroad
11/12   Show. Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. 10am-4pm                free, Sunday family                   Annual Old Town Country Christmas              Old Town Auburn
                                                               special $10             12/9     Crafters, food, bonfire, hayrides, raffle    Contact 530-823-3836 or
                                                                                      12/16      and more! Free admission & shuttle         www.oldtownauburnca.com
           The 33rd Annual Harvest Fair                        Cal Expo                                        5pm-9pm                            for more info.
11/17
          Unique items and original crafts for sale      1600 Exposition Blvd.
 to                                                          Sacramento
11/19
             Fri. 10am-7pm, Sat. 10am-7pm,                                                              Classical Concert:
                     Sun.10am-5pm                       www.harvestfestival.com                     Curv’d Aire, Brass Quintet                 Crocker Art Museum
                                                                                                                                                   216 O Street
                                                                                      12/17 This ensemble has a remarkable history
                   Classical Concert:                                                       of experience, education & talent. Concert             Sacramento
                                                         Crocker Art Museum                           is free with admission                www.crockerartmuseum.org
                 Hanny Schmid Wyss, Piano                    216 O Street
11/19      World-renowned Swiss Pianist. Classical           Sacramento
          concert in the beautiful Crocker Ballroom.   www.crockerartmuseum.org
                Concert is free with admission                                                         Third Thursday Jazz:
                                                                                                           Sony Holland                        Crocker Art Museum
                                                                                               Come listen to this Midwestern songbird
                 Free Admission Day!                       Fairytale Town
                                                                                      12/21    who has been widely praised for her silky
                                                                                                                                                   216 O Street
         Fairytale Town visitors receive free admis-    3901 Land Park Drive                                                                       Sacramento
11/24                                                        Sacramento
                                                                                                    vocals and clever songwriting.          www.crockerartmuseum.org
          sion. Explore over 25 different play sets                                               Members free/non-members $10
          based on favorite fairytales. 10am-4pm        www.fairytaletown.org
                                                                                                             5:30pm-8pm

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                  Parmis of Parmis Properties (affiliated with Keller Williams Realty) hosted “An Affair
         to Remember” on September 10th to raise funds for the Star VI Foundation. The foundation
         was established on behalf of the three Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputies of the July 13
         crash near Lake Natoma. Parmis attended high school with Eric Henrikson, lone survivor of
         the crash.
                  More than 200 people attended the event held at Parmis’ home in Granite Bay. From
         the red carpet walk, to the sushi bar & open bar, to the elaborate fashion show, to the silent
         auction & raffle, it can most definitely be said that the evening was “An Affair to Remember!”
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 Y      undraising: Lifesaving Technology Sought for Granite Bay Schools



         Successful Child Safety Program Needs Your Help
        The DNA LifePrint™ program helps law en-           “fingerprint of the 21st century.”
forcement identify children who may be abducted or                 John Walsh, nationally-recognized child
become missing. Parmis Properties’ Parmis                  advocate and host of America’s Most Wanted, endorses
Pourarian has organized an effort to bring the lifesav-    the DNA LifePrint™ program. He says that if such an
ing technology to Granite Bay schools.                     identification system had been available at the time of
        “We need to raise awareness and increase the       Adam’s abduction, the case would be solved.
ability of law enforcement to succeed. First, however,             Every 40 seconds a child in the U.S. becomes
we need to raise money for participation in the pro-       “missing.” Law enforcement officials know time is
gram, and for necessary supplies and training,” says       critical in the recovery effort and recommended
Pourarian. This fundraising effort will assist Granite     parents have a current digital photograph/video of their
Bay area schools in efforts to begin the DNA               child, statistical information, and a DNA sample
LifePrint™ Program by putting lifesaving state-of-the-     (collected by swabbing the inside of a child’s cheek) to
art identification technology into the hands and homes     give police immediately. The DNA LifePrint™ kit
of parents of local school children. “All kids should be   contains all necessary elements and will be provided
safe no matter where they are. We want to bring the        free to participating schools.
program to as many local schools as possible,” says
Pourarian.
        DNA LifePrint™ developer, Joe Matthews, a              For more information, contact Parmis Pourarian at
30-year police veteran and former supervisor in charge             916.580.2280 or e-mail parmis@kw.com
of the Miami Beach Homicide Division, was lead
detective on the nationally-publicized Adam Walsh
case. When Matthews came to the frustrating                To make a tax deductible donation, make checks payable to:
realization that he was able to obtain an entire history                       Parmis Pourarian
on and track a stolen motor vehicle yet unable to trace                        TIN: 65-0858836
a missing child - since fingerprints are often                              Keller Williams Realty
                                                                          3001 Lava Ridge Ct., #100
unrealiable as a means of identification - he retired
                                                                             Roseville, CA 95661
from the Maimi Beach Police and dedicated his efforts
to creating an infallible tool for parents and law               Kevin Dunn is a northern California-based freelance writer.
enforcement to identify missing children with the                           Contact: Kevin@maximaledge.com
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     f          emi-Custom Beauty!
 Eureka School District!
                              5491 Fenton Way, Granite Bay
 Approx. 3,422 +/- sq. ft.
  4 bedroom, 2.5 baths
   Downstairs Master!
Huge Theater/Bonus Room
      3 Car Garage




     Offered at
     $759,000                  Separate family room                    Lush Backyard Patio                  Private backyard
                             with fireplace and built-in                                                     with solar pool
                              custom maple cabinets




     357 Princeton Court • Roseville
                                                                        Z                  reenbelt Views!
                                                                                            Offered at $498,000
                                                                          • Eureka Union Schools
                                                                          • Very private & fabulous cul-de-sac lot w/greenbelt views
                                                                          • This home features 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths
                                                                          • Crystal clear pool & separate sitting area
                                                                          • Living room , family room and Eat-in Kitchen
                                                                          • Bonus Den/office with French doors
                                                                          • Beautiful gated entry into lush green courtyard


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