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                                                                                                                                                                  November 8, 2012

                                                                                                                                               Citrus Valley High hosts

THISWEEK City of Redlands prepares for its                                                                                                          baseball camp

 A Salute to 125th anniversary celebration
Veterans Day

                                                                                                                                                         itrus Valley High School is
                                                                                                                                                         hosting a six week baseball
                       A13                                                                                                                               camp starting December
                                                                                                                                               15. Citrus Valley head coach Ron
    Election                                                                                                                                   Carmody will direct the program in
                                                                                                                                               conjunction with U.S. Baseball
    results A5                                                                                                                                 Academy. Classes are available for
                                                                                                                                               players in grades 1-12 and are limit-
                                                                                                                                               ed to six players per coach. Sessions
                                                                                                                                               are offered in advanced hitting,
                                                                                                     IECN PHOTO COURTESY   CITY OF REDLANDS    pitching, catching, fielding and
                             The city of Redlands is rich in history and agriculture . Pictured is the A.K. Smiley Public Library which        baserunning at a cost as low as $99
                             was established in 1894 and since then has served generations of patrons in the City of Redlands                  for six weeks. Space is limited.
                             and beyond.                                                                                                       Registration is now under way. For
                                                                                                                                               more          information,       visit
                             By Naomi Bonman                        one, which is what the city of        “So we decided to work with orga-
                                                                    Redlands decided to do in order to    nizations within the city who hold
                                                                                                                                               or call toll-free 866-622-4487.
                                                                    celebrate its 125th anniversary       events throughout the year so that

                                      ue to the current economic
                                      situation and budget cuts     which occurs in November 2013.        they can incorporate the theme of
                                                                      Redlands Mayor Pete Aguilar         Redlands 125th anniversary into          Free workshop offers
                                      nationwide, several com-
  Elections deliver          munities have had to cut back or       approved a proposal by the city       their event.”                          insight on starting your
surprises, new faces         decrease the amount of activities      manager and staff on celebrating        A volunteer committee, in which
                                                                    the city’s 125th anniversary. “We     Mayor Pro Tem Paul Foster chairs,              own business
                   A3        that they plan throughout the year.
                             However there are always ways          wanted to do something and recog-     meets regularly to plan events,
                                                                    nized the economic situation,” Carl
  INSIDE                     where you can make a way or find
                                                                    Baker, Redlands Police Chief said.
                                                                                                           Anniversary, cont. on next pg.

Calendar               A9    City of Redlands encourages residents
Classifieds           A14
Legal Notices
                              to support Small Business Saturday
Service Dir.          A8-9 By Naomi Bonman
Sports                A12

                                 n efforts to promote local busi-
HOW TO REACH US          nesses, the city of Redlands
   Inland Empire

                                                                                                                                                       he city of Redlands will
                         developed a marketing cam-
Community Newspapers paign in support of Small Business                                                                                                present the latest in a series
   Office: (909) 381-9898                                                                                                                              of free Small Business
                               Saturday 2012. The event was orig-
    Fax: (909) 384-0406                                                                                                                        Workshops, “Starting a New
                               inally created by American Express
                                                                                                                                               Business: Where Do I Start?” spon-
Editorial:     in 2010 and occurred the Saturday
                                                                                                                                               sored by SCORE Inland Empire on
Advertising: in between Black Friday and Cyber
                                                                                                                                               Wednesday, Nov. 14.
 FREE CLASSIFIED ADS Monday. Small Business Saturday                                                                                             This free workshop is for entre-
SELL YOUR CAR AT ANY will be on November 24.                                                                                                   preneurs who want to start their
                                 “Small Business Saturday will be
PRICE, OR ANY ONE              a day where we encourage the com-
                                                                                                                                               own business and have no idea
ITEM $150 OR LESS FOR munity to support local business-                                                                                        where to start or what to consider.
4 WEEKS FREE!                                                                                                                                  Topics will include: defining rea-
                               es,” Mayor Pete Aguilar said.                                                                    NAOMI BONMAN
Call our FREE ad hot “These businesses are an asset to                                                             IECN PHOTO                  sons why you want to start a busi-
line at (909) 381-9898                                              Redlands’ City Council discussed and approved the promotion of a           ness, your business concept or
                               the community because they pro-
                    ext. 204                                        small business Saturday promotion that will take place the weekend         ideas, and what start-up factors to
                               vide jobs to citizens and help to
                                                                    before Thanksgiving. In photo from left: Council member Jon                consider. These factors will range
                    Deadline sustain our neighborhoods.”                                                                                       from a wide variety of topics such
                    is Monday During the Tuesday city council       Harrison, Council member Jerry Bean, Mayor Pete Aguilar, Council
                    at 4 p.m.                                       member Paul Porter and Council member Bob Gardner.                           Workshop, cont. on next pg.
                                  Council, cont. on next pg.

      Thank you for your
        vote & support!
    San Bernardino Community College District Trustee
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 Anniversary                          marketing plan conceived by              vember 1 to November 15 and can

  observations and activities that
                                      Richard,” Foster said. “I know
                                      Redlands residents, service clubs
                                                                               be picked up at Smiley, Franklin
                                                                               and Lugonia Elementary Schools.
                                                                                                                                          Our community
are themed around the anniver-
  The City Council approved a
                                      and local businesses will be ex-
                                      cited to participate in the variety of
                                      events and eager to collect the
                                                                               Calendars may also be ordered
                                                                               through Pennington Designs, 19
                                                                               E. Citrus Ave., Suite 104. They
                                                                                                                                           in the service
marketing agreement with local        commemorative items that will be         are $20, including tax.

                                                                                                                                avy Ensign Macy B. Mercado, son of Mary and Martin Mer-
company Pennington Designs to         available throughout the year.”            The first event that will kick off
                                                                                                                                cado of Redlands, Calif., has graduated from Navy Officer
produce commemorative products          One of the items that can be pur-      the yearlong celebration will be
                                                                                                                                Candidate School(OCS) and has received a commission as an
and memorabilia for the celebra-      chased is a limited edition calen-       the Redlands Christmas Parade
                                                                                                                      Ensign in the United States Navy while assigned at Officer Training
tion. Pennington was chosen fol-      dar that honors the 125th                which is sponsored by the Kiwa-
                                                                                                                      Command, Newport, R. I.
lowing a Request for Proposal and     anniversary and will raise funds         nis Club of Redlands. The parade
                                                                                                                        The mission of OCS is to develop civilians, enlisted, and newly com-
review by the volunteer commit-       for three local schools and the          will be held on Saturday, Decem-
                                                                                                                      missioned personnel morally, mentally, and physically and imbue the
tee. This marketing strategy also     city’s anniversary celebration. The      ber 1. Participants in this year’s
                                                                                                                      with the highest ideals of honor, courage, and commitment in order to
allows nonprofits, clubs, compa-      calendar features full-color, glossy     parade have been encouraged to
                                                                                                                      prepare graduates for service in the fleet as Naval Officers.
nies and retailers in Redlands to     rarely seen photos from past Red-        adopt a theme for all floats, vehi-
                                                                                                                        Mercado is a 2004 graduate of Redlands High School of Redlands,
co-brand the 125th Anniversary        lands celebrations, including the        cles, bands, performances and cos-
                                                                                                                      Calif. and joined the Navy in July 2012. He is a 2008 graduate of Cal-
logo with their own color and         75th and 100th anniversaries, as         tumes drawing from the city’s 125
                                                                                                                      ifornia State University, San Bernardino, Calif. with a BA degree.
palette and unique design ele-        well as presidential visits and          years. There are currently 200 reg-
ments. This provides sponsorship      other memorable events. Each             istered for the parade.
opportunities to local businesses     month will also include dates with         Groups or individuals that are in-
and sharing a portion of all pro-     interesting historical Redlands          terested in participating as a spon-
ceeds to be used for the anniver-     events that occurred on that date,       sor of the 125th Anniversary
sary related expenses.                as well as a listing of upcoming         celebration may contact Tommi
  “We are very excited about Pen-     125th Anniversary year events.           Ng at (909) 798-7514, ext. 4 or by
nington Designs’ logo design, the       Pre-sale of the limited edition        email to
commemorative items and the           calendars will run through No-

                                                                                                                                                                     IECN PHOTO   NAOMI BONMAN
                                                                                                                      This cute chihuahua mixed with pomeranian is still in need of a
                                                                                                                      home. He is eight months old and can be adopted through RUDY
                                                                                                                      Pet Adoption (Redlands Animal Control).
                                                                                                                        Workshop                             and the U.S. Small Business Ad-
                                                                                                                        as ownership, financing your         ministration and designed to help
                                                                                                                      business, recordkeeping, under-        small businesses in areas such as
                                                                                                                      standing your competition, mar-        starting a small business, market-
                                                                                                                      keting, and the basic business         ing and financing.
                                                                                                                      plan. This workshop will give you        The Nov. 14 workshop will be
                                                                                                                      the opportunity to decide if being     held from 9 to 11 a.m. at the City
                                                                                                                      in business is right for you!          Council Chambers, 35 Cajon St.
                                                                                                                        Presenter Ann Oliver’s back-         This workshop is free, but regis-
                                                                                                                      ground includes participating in       tration is required. To register,
                                                                                                                      all aspects of membership devel-       visit the SCORE website at
                                                                                                                      opment, fund raising, human re-
                                                                                                                      sources,      legislative    issues,   calworkshops <http://inlandem-
                                                                                                                      conferences, conventions, educa-> .
                                                                                             IECN COURTESY PHOTO      tion programs, as well as separate     You may also contact Heather
The Redlands Bicycle Classic is one of the annual events that is held in the city. For Redlands                       "for profit" organizations. She has    Smith at hsmith@cityofred-
125th Anniversary, the volunteer committee meets regularly to connect with various organzations                       also been an active Real Estate <mailto:hsmith@city-
within the city to see if they can incorprate the 125th anniversary theme into their 2013 events.                     Sales Associate and sold residen-> or call (909)
                                                                                                                      tial, commercial property all over     798-7629. Free parking is avail-
                                                                                                                      California for over 30 years.          able in the parking structure on the
                                                                                                                        The workshop series is co-spon-      corner of Citrus Avenue and Sixth
                                                                                                                      sored by SCORE Inland Empire           Street.

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  Council                               “We are encouraging the public         be providing free in-store signage
  meeting Project Manager II,
Janet Miller presented the project
                                      to shop big on this day,”Miller
                                                                               and other social media marketing
                                                                               materials, including a map to help        Inland Empire Weekly
                                                                                                                         Only $25.00
to the council members before in-       For those who are interested in        shoppers locate businesses.
troducing a promotional video that    seeing which businesses will be           Anyone is free to participate at
was shown. The video featured         participating in the event there is a    no charge and it is not required to
several local businesses and can be
seen on the City’s website,
                                      page on the City’s website enti-
                                      tled, “Small Business Saturday”
                                                                               be an American Express card-
                                                                               holder or merchant. Those who are
                                                                                                                               Call Today!!
YouTube channel and Redlands          that lists all of the participating      cardholders are encouraged to pre-              909-381-9898
TV. The City will be promoting        businesses, including any Small          register their card and shop at a
the event by sending out press re-    Businesses Saturday specials and         pre-registered business spending
leases to the media and mailing       deals that may be offered. In ad-        at least $25 to receive American
promotional material to residents.    dition, American Express will also       Express credit in return.
                                                                                                                               Papers mailed First Class every Thursday.
                                                                                                       Inland Empire Community Newspapers • November 8, 2012 • Page A3

2012 elections bring some surprises, new faces
                                                                                                               did not pass.                           Election results for this story
                                                                                                                 Proposition 32, which would ban      were taken from these two web-
                                                                                                               corporate and union contributions      sites. San Bernardino County re-
                                                                                                               to state and local political candi-    sults listed are as of 6 a.m.
                                                                                                               dates and the automatic deductions     Wednesday, November 7.
                                                                                                               by corporations, unions, and gov-
                                                                                                               ernment of employees’ wages to
                                                                                                               be used for politics, did not pass.
                                                                                                                 Proposition 37, which would re-
                                                                                                               quire food manufactures to label
                                                                                                               foods as genetically modified, did
                                                                                                               not pass.
                                                                                                                 The one measure that took an
                                                                                                               overwhelmingly high percentage
                                                                                                               of votes, 81%, was Proposition 35,
                                                                                                               which combats human trafficking
                                                                                                               by increasing fines and imprison-
                                                                                                               ment for those convicted of traf-
                                                                                                               ficking and sexual exploitation of
                                                                                                               another, amongst other conse-
                                                                                       IECN COURTESY PHOTO
                                                                                                                 Space does not permit inclusion
From left: County Chair and Supervisor Josie Gonzales, newly elected Assembly member to the
                                                                                                               of all election and proposition re-
47th District Cheryl Brown and current Assembly member Wilmer Amina Carter, who is stepping                    sults. For more details on
down due to term limits during Brown’s victory celebration on Tuesday, November 6 in San                                                                          IECN COURTESY PHOTO
                                                                                                               statewide       elections,     visit
Bernardino.                                                                                                                                           Former San Manuel Chairman
                                                                                                               lot-measures.                          James Ramos unseated in-
By Cynthia Mendoza                    great discussion, Proposition 30,   Proposition 38, which was also de-                                          cumbent Neil Derry with
                                      which provides funding for educa-   signed to provide funding by in-       For more information on San
                                                                                                               Bernardino County Election Re-         59.09% of the vote for San
         ike the rest of the country, tion through a temporary tax in-    creasing taxes to those making

 L       San Bernardino County crease, successfully passed but
         was abuzz with frenzied
activity on Tuesday, November 6
                                                                          above a certain amount of income,    sults
                                                                                                                                                see   Bernardino County Supervisor-
                                                                                                                                                      ial District 3.

as everyone from school board
candidates to county supervisorial
candidates, their supporters and
political watchers awaited results
after months long campaigning
and all that goes along with it.
  The biggest race in San
Bernardino County were supervi-
sorial districts 1 and 3, District 3
being the local one to the San
Bernardino area and perhaps one
of the most heated and controver-
sial races with former San Manuel
Chairman James Ramos unseating
incumbent Neil Derry with
59.09% of the vote.
  The redistricting of the former
Congressional District 4 to Con-
gressional District 35 brings a new
face to Congress, former State
Senator Gloria Negrete McLeod,
who unseated incumbent Joe Baca,
with nearly 54% of the vote.
  Baca has served 6 terms.
  In the 47th Assembly District
race, new candidate Cheryl Brown
beat out former Assemblymember
and Rialto Councilmember Joe
Baca Jr., with 56.23% of the vote.
Brown will succeed incumbent of
the former 62nd Assembly District
Wilmer Amina Carter, who served
two terms.
  And with 10 candidates seeking
4 seats on the San Bernardino
Community College District
Board of Trustees, the election
brings new faces to the dais start-
ing with Gloria Macías Harrison
who was the leader all night and
ended up with 16.10% of the votes
along with new faces Kathleen
Henry (11.84%) and Nick Zoum-
bus (10.36%). Incumbent John
Longville took 13.9% of the vote.
Incumbents John Futch and Jess
Vizcaino were not re-reelected.
  In Rialto, Deborah Robertson
took 56.78% of the vote over Ed
Scott for mayor with Shawn O’-
Connell and Ed Palmer winning
seats on the city council.
  In the Rialto Unified School Dis-
trict, Joe Ayala, Nancy O’Kelley
and Joe Martinez took seats on the
school board.
  In Redlands, Pat Gilbreath and
Pete Aguilar won seats on the city
  In the San Bernardino City Uni-
fied School District, Measure N
passed, which will provide funding
for the district.
  In state propositions, the ‘big
one’, which was often a topic of
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OPINION&EDITORIAL                                                                                                                                                                Views expressed in Opinion & Editorial do
                                                                                                                                                                                  not necessarily reflect the views of IECN

                                                           whom there is no help. Psalm
                                                           146:3 In 2012, I’m pretty sure the
                                                           word princes can be swapped out
                                                           for congressman, president, su-
                                                                                                                         YOUR COMMUNITY COMMENTARY!
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                                                           pervisor, school board member,
                                                           assemblymember, councilmem-                                                   for verification purposes only. Anonymous letters will not be printed.
                                                           ber, mayor. Take your pick.
                                                             At the end of the day, we are all                                                                             Water champion
                                                           in the same boat folks. Crying out
                                                                                                                         This election season I am re-                     mittee by Senator Gloria McLeod.        ferences to focus on the issue and
                                                           to people for answers and hope is
                                                                                                                       minded of my dear friend the late                   Unfortunately for the Inland Em-        solutions. He has secured millions
                                                           as futile as crying out to fellow
                                                                                                                       Senator Nell Soto. Her work as an                   pire, Senator McLeod has not con-       of dollars for perchlorate clean up
                                                           passengers in the lifeboat in the
                                                                                                                       activist and legislator to improve                  tinued the fight Nell started to        and geological studies of the prob-
                                                           middle of the ocean in a raging                             the environment was remarkable.                     ensure safe drinking water for our      lem. And he helped secure through
                                                           storm. The only one who is above                            As the chair for the state senate                   communities.        McLeod has          the Recovery Act $6 billion to
                                                           it all is God.                                              committee on Ground Water and                       brought little focus on the issue       help fund water projects in Cali-
                                                             So regardless of the outcome,                             Perchlorate Contamination, Nell                     and she has not sponsored a single      fornia. And the list of Congress-
                                                           rather than pouting and getting
Cynthia Mendoza
                                                                                                                       was particularly proud of her work                  bill to address our growing water       man Baca’s accomplishments can
                                                           our undies in a bunch or worse,                             with US Senator Diane Feinstein                     issues.                                 go on and on but I think you get
                                                           falling into hopelessness and de-                           to secure $20 million for the In-                     We are fortunate however to           the picture. Congress Joe Baca is
    Life goes on!                                          spair, let’s keep our eye on the big
                                                           picture of life and realize that our
                                                                                                                       land Empire to buy needed re-
                                                                                                                       placement water and clean up
                                                                                                                                                                           have another champion to take up
                                                                                                                                                                           the fight. Congressman Joe Baca
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   our water champion, not Senator
  If I recall correctly, my usual                          attitude and our outlook towards                            pollution.                                          has been remarkable in the fight
post major election column title is                        life are the only things we really                            When Nell left the senate she                     for clean and safe drinking water.                       Lynda Gonzalez
usually Life Goes On and even                              have control over in this life.                             was replaced on that water com-                     He has hosted regional water con-                              Fontana
though I wracked my brains to                              That’s it.
                                                             History is a treasure trove of sto-
come up with something new to
write about, this theme is the only
one that flows freely from the
                                                           ries of brave, courageous men and
                                                           women who have endured real
                                                                                                                      Consider becoming an adoptive parent
                                                           hardship, such as imprisonment,
heart and brain because in my
opinion, it really is the best atti-                       torture, severe deprivation and
                                                           tragedy have chosen to rise above
                                                                                                                      to a child in need of a loving home
tude and approach to major events
such as this one.                                          it all and remain positive and they                           By Deanna Avey-Motikeit                           an adoptive parent for one of these     we sometimes take for granted: a
                                                           serve as examples to us of how at-                                                                              waiting children? CFS provides          safe home, a loving heart, and a
  I’m not going to talk about can-
                                                           titude, more than anything else,                             November is National Adoption                      family-centered programs and            lifetime of experiences that will
didates, who won or lost or what
                                                           determines our happiness and sat-                          Month. As we celebrate more than                     services designed to ensure safety,     help shape a child s future. There
any of it means from a political
                                                           isfaction in life regardless of our                        11,000 adoptions over the past 60                    permanence, and well-being for          are many ways that you can make
perspective. If there was one thing
                                                           circumstances.                                             years, accomplished by the                           San Bernardino County s chil-           a difference in the life of a child.
that I wish I could transplant from                                                                                   County of San Bernardino Chil-                       dren, while strengthening and at-       You could become a temporary
my heart into everyone else’s it’s                           Support worthy causes and good
                                                           worthy people. Vote your con-                              dren and Family Services (CFS),                      tempting to preserve the family         „safe harbor for a child as a foster
this: It doesn’t matter. You will be                                                                                  let s not forget the many children                   unit. Currently there are 3,500         parent, or you could take on the
ok and life will go on. Elected                            science. Support what you believe
                                                           to be best for your community and                          still in long term foster care await-                children in foster care in San          joys and challenges of adopting a
leaders are neither your savior nor                                                                                   ing a “forever family.” Some of                      Bernardino County. Through the          child and share your family and
your destroyer, and neither is their                       country. But do not allow out-
                                                           comes to dictate your happiness,                           those youth are older; and many                      dedicated efforts of social workers     life with them. Only you can make
legislation.                                                                                                          are part of sibling groups who long                  from CFS, many of those children        the best decision for your family,
  Oh, my beloved people… if only                           your attitude or your outlook.
                                                                                                                      to grow up together. Sometimes                       will be safely reunited with their      but San Bernardino County Chil-
this truth would sink deep into the                          We are so blessed here. This
                                                                                                                      they come with special needs such                    biological parents. When this is        dren and Family Services stands
deepest recesses of our hearts, life                       country for all its imperfections
                                                                                                                      as physical or emotional scars                       not possible, social workers seek       ready to help you explore this
would be so much sweeter. One                              and problems is a pretty great
                                                                                                                      from the trauma and losses they                      to find relatives or extended fam-      dream with education,
person’s life and hope-saving leg-                         place to live. If nothing else we
                                                                                                                      have experienced early in life, but                  ily who can provide permanent,            training, financial and medical
islation is another’s death and                            have abundant choices, options                             they all still yearn for a loving and                loving homes. If that is not possi-     support and hundreds of children
ruin. It’s like that every election,                       and freedoms that are unheard of                           permanent family.                                    ble, the foster parents who have        who need a family just like yours.
no matter who or what’s on the                             in many other parts of the world,                            San Bernardino County Children                     been providing care for the chil-       Are you ready to step up to the
ballot. But stop to think about                            freedoms that in other countries                           and Family Services was licensed                     dren can continue to provide a per-     plate? If so, please call 1-800-722-
this: has your life really changed?                        bring immediate punishment by                              in 1951, and has placed more than                    manent home, including adoption.        4477 or (909) 891-3300 or access
Did you lose anything of real,                             death or torture. Just like that.                          11,567 children in safe and sup-                     Sadly, it is often the case that none   our website at
lasting value? Did you lose fam-                             Let’s focus on that. Let’s em-                           portive adoptive homes during the                    of these options are available for to learn more
ily, friends, or a roof over your                          brace and appreciate it no matter                          last six decades. Children deserve                   the foster youth. These are the         about adopting.
head? Of the people I know, per-                           who’s in office. And those who                             a safe, loving and permanent fam-                    youth who desperately need a
sonally and in this community, I                           insist on being sourpusses any-                            ily; and so many families in the                     community member to step for-            Deanna Avey-Motikeit is Direc-
have seen no one lose anything of                          way, that’s your right too. Ain’t                          community have much to offer a                       ward and consider becoming an           tor of County Children and Fam-
real value. Nothing tragic has hap-                        life grand! At the end of the day,                         child to help them grow up happy,                    adoptive parent.                                             ily Services
pened. Life went on. Remember?                             you live in a country that not only                        healthy and productive.                                As Thanksgiving approaches, it
And it will go on this time too,                           gives you the right to bash your                             Would you consider becoming                        is time to think about that which
whether your presidential candi-                           country and leaders, but also de-
date won or lost, whether your
proposition passed or failed.
                                                           fends it.
                                                             Yes, life goes on. So unless in                                                Political calls should be illegal
  Why? Because while these is-                             this election you’ve lost the love                            I will be so happy when this elec-                listed home number; but many being a senior on limited income).
sues impact our life for sure, they                        of true friends and family, unless                          tion is over! I don't know if people                more calls are coming to my cell-
are not to be the focus of our                             you’ve lost your faith in God or                            in other cities are having the prob-                phone.                               Calling people's cellphones
hopes and dreams. People cannot                            your positive attitude, you’ve                              lem we are here in Rialto, but I am                                                     should be illegal.
save people. Put not your trust in                         haven’t lost a thing. Not one                               getting overloaded with all kinds                     I resent this because I'm the one
princes, nor in mortal man, in                             thing.                                                      of political phone calls to my un-                  who has to pay for the minutes                    Barbara Campbell
                                                             Until next time!                                                                                              (and I have very limited minutes,                           Rialto

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                                                   Inland Empire Community Newspapers • November 8, 2012 • Page A5

Election results              - as of 9 a.m. Wednesday morning

Board of Supervisors; 3rd District               Rialto School District (3 seats)
                                                 Nancy O’Kelley
James C. Ramos
                                                 Joe Ayala
San Bernardino Community                         Joe Martinez
College Board of Trustees
Gloria Macias Harrison
                                                 Colton City Clerk
John Longville                                   Eileen Gomez
Kathleen Henry
Nick Zoumbos                                     City Council (District 3, 5 and 6):
                                                 Frank Navarro (District 3)
Federal Offices                                  Deirdre Bennet (District 5)
United States President:                         Isaac Suchil (District 6)
Barack Obama
                                                 Colton Joint Unified School District:
United States Senator:                           Dan Flores
Dianne Feinstein                                 Frank Ibarra

Congressional and State Assembly                 Redlands
31st Congressional District                      Treasurer:
Gary G. Miller                                   David E. Raley

35th Congressional District                      City Council:
Gloria Negrete McLeod                            Pete Aguilar
                                                 Pat Gilbreath
State Assembly
40th State Assembly District:                    Yucaipa
Mike Morrell                                     City Council:
                                                 Denise Hoyt
47th State Assembly District:
                                                 Dick Riddell
Cheryl R. Brown                                  Bobby Dean Duncan Sr.
52nd State Assembly District:
                                                 Yucaipa / Calimesa School Board
Norma Torres
                                                 Chuck Christie
Local Elected Offices                            Jane Smith
                                                 Jim Taylor
San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District
Edward “Ed” Kilgore #1                           Local Ballot Measures
George Aguilar #2                                San Bernardino City Unified School District
                                                 Measure N: YES
Mayor                                            Statewide Ballot Measures
                                                 Proposition     30   YES            Proposition       31    NO
Deborah Robertson
                                                 Proposition     32   NO             Proposition       33    NO
                                                 Proposition     34   NO             Proposition       35    YES
City Council
                                                 Proposition     36   YES            Proposition       37    NO
Shawn O’Connell
                                                 Proposition     38   NO             Proposition       39    YES
Ed Palmer
                                                 Proposition     40   YES
  Page A6 • November 8, 2012 • Inland Empire Community Newspapers

County programs receive top awards in state
By Maryjoy Duncan                      working smart to create better        cost-effective methods for super-       nered with the County Transitional     ment of Preschool Services for
                                       communities where families and        vision of Realignment offenders,”       Assistance Department to bring         working with the City of San
                                       businesses can thrive and prosper."   Chief Probation Officer Michelle        the application process to places      Bernardino to reopen the Nichol-

        an Bernardino County Pro-
        bation, Department of            County Probation was recog-         Scray stated. “However, I want to       where seniors congregate rather        son Park Family Learning and
        Aging & Adult Services         nized for its AB 109 Realignment      emphasize that this award was           than requiring them to visit a         Community Resource Center,
and the Department of Preschool        Program, which claimed CSAC’s         possible only because of the col-       county office.                         which the city had closed two
Services were recognized for           top award, the California Counties    laboration of many people and             Before the project was launched,     years earlier in the wake of city
being among the best county pro-       Innovation Award. There are only      agencies. Specifically, the Sher-       7,135 seniors received CalFresh        budget reductions.
grams in the state by the California   two granted this year.                iff’s Office, Police Chiefs, Depart-    benefits through the county. One        Since the reopening, the center
State Association of Counties            Assembly Bill 109 transferred       ment of Behavioral Health, Public       year into the program, 8,959 sen-      has provided a place for 926 chil-
(CSAC) during Tuesday’s Board          state prison inmates deemed "low-     Defender and District Attorney,         iors were receiving benefits, an in-   dren to do their homework and
of Supervisors meeting.                level offenders" back to their home   Public Health, HSS, and Work-           crease of more than 25 percent.        1,777 families to search for jobs in
  There are only 37 awards be-         communities. San Bernardino           force Development, all deserve            A CSAC Merit Award was also          one of the city's most depressed
stowed this year and San               County coped with this potential      praise for the Day Reporting Cen-       presented to the County Depart-        and dangerous neighborhoods.
Bernardino County received three       threat to public safety with a Pro-   ters that this award recognizes.”
of the coveted commendations.          bation Department program that          The program is credited with          Highland Harmony Homes moves closer to startup
  CSAC Interim Executive Direc-        provided one-stop health care and     lowering the recidivism rate for
tor Steve Keil was on hand at          job training and placement to these   parolees in the county from 81 per-
Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors         released inmates.                     cent to 22 percent.
meeting to personally hand out           The Probation Department              The Department of Aging &
CSAC Challenge Awards to               formed a partnership with a variety   Adult Services was recognized
County Probation, Preschool Serv-      of other county departments to        with a Merit Award for its Cal-
ices, and Aging & Adult Services       provide these services at three Day   Fresh Senior Outreach Partnership,
departments.                           Reporting      Centers      located   which strives to assist eligible sen-
  "This is a proud day for San         throughout the county. The pro-       iors in applying for nutritional ben-
Bernardino County and for our          gram also involves Probation and      efits.
dedicated employees," said Board       law enforcement monitoring of the       Typically seniors are less likely
of Supervisors Chair Josie Gonza-      former inmates.                       to apply for nutritional benefits,
les. "These coveted awards send a        “The Probation Department is        once known as Food Stamps, due
message to our residents that their    honored to receive this prestigious   to the intimidating application
county is among the best in the        award, particularly because it        process and stigma associated with                                                           IECN COURTESY PHOTO

state in terms of working hard and     speaks to our commitment to the       receiving government assistance.        Portions of the Santa Ana River wash would be transformed into
                                       community to provide innovate,          Aging & Adult Services part-          sites like this when Highland's Harmony community is complete.
                                                                                                                     By Harvey M. Kahn                      area that once hosted the Santa
Redlands Educational Partnership hosts                                                                                                                      Ana River, once the largest in
                                                                                                                                                            Southern California, running bank-

                                                                                                                              he Harmony development
                                                                                                                                                            to-bank and big enough to accom-
third annual Redlands School’s Got Talent                                                                                     planned for East Highland
                                                                                                                              received approval from the    modate small sea vessels flowing
                                                                                                                                                            onto the Pacific Ocean. It is now
                                                                                                                     Highland City Council last week
                                                                                                                     to approve a change order for Al-      dry year round unless the Seven
                                                                                                                     bert E. Webb Associates to com-        Oaks Dam does a periodic dis-
                                                                                                                     plete an environmental impact          charge. Most of the water in the
                                                                                                                     report, ultimately moving a step       Santa Ana bed is recycled sewage
                                                                                                                     closer toward breaking ground on       from San Bernardino to Hunting-
                                                                                                                     the project set to be built adjacent   ton Beach, where it enters the Pa-
                                                                                                                     to the Santa Ana River watershed.      cific Ocean.
                                                                                                                     Webb will now receive $63,090 to           Orange County will be the gov-
                                                                                                                     produce the report.                    erning body in charge of the pro-
                                                                                                                       The proposed master planned          posed Harmony Development. In
                                                                                                                     3,632 home community would en-         an odd arrangement, Orange
                                                                                                                     compass an area from the               County owns the land in what is
                                                                                                                     Greenspot Bridge to Redlands           known as the Seven Oaks Policy
                                                                                                                     through Mentone to Yucaipa City        Area. The Orange County Flood
                                                                                                                     limits near Mill Creek. According      Control District bought the land to
                                                                                                                     to a draft environmental impact re-    build the Seven Oaks Dam, says
                                                                                                                     port filed with the state by the       the planning report. Before the
                                                                        IECN PHOTO COURTESY    SHERRY EDWARDS                                               current drought, the dam was
                                                                                                                     Highland Planning Department,
Winners of this year’s REP 4 Schools Talent Showcase stand on stage with their awards. From                          the project could include an ele-      needed to prevent the Santa Ana
left to right Nathan Frazier and Lauren Glaub from Mariposa Elementary (1st place winners for                        mentary school, fire department,       from flooding Orange County,
West Coast Swing Dancing to “Billie Jean” and “Beat It” by Michael Jackson); Zane Rocha from                         commercial developments, a             which it severely did on a number
Clement Middle School (2nd place winner for dancing to “Glitch”); and Sophia Partain from Crafton                    sewage treatment plant, and more.      of occasions.
Elementary (3rd place winner for dancing to “Show Off” from the musical The Drowsy Chaperone).                         The complex plan will include a        The report acknowledges that a
                                     lands Unified School District.    Mariposa Elementary who came in               number of downstream municipal-        state streambed alteration agree-
By Naomi Bonman                                                                                                                                             ment will be needed among the
                                       Once the REP Foundation was first place after performing a West               ities, water districts, private in-
                                                                                                                     vestors, Lewis Homes, Inc, the         various environmental permits.
         he Redlands Education created it supported several pro- Coast Swing dance to “Billie Jean”

 T       Partnership (REP) Foun- grams which include Enrichment and “Beat It” by Michael Jackson.
         dation hosted its third an- Plus (cultural arts), Grants for In second place was Zane Rocha
nual Redlands Unified School Schools (mini-grants for teachers) from Clement Middle School who
                                                                                                                     Army Corp of Engineers, Califor-
                                                                                                                     nia Dept. of Fish and Game, the
                                                                                                                     U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and
                                                                                                                     three counties. Due to the areas
                                                                                                                                                            The plan calls for an assessment of
                                                                                                                                                            the possible impacts "to sensitive
                                                                                                                                                            species, wetlands, streams, and ri-
                                                                                                                                                            parian habitat, wildlife movement
District (RUSD) School’s Got Tal- and Evening of Appreciation performed an original dance mix                                                               and corridors and applicable state
                                                                                                                     sensitive cultural and biological
ent Competition. The competition (Beaver Medical Group’s Out- to “Glitch” and third place was                                                               and local habitat conservation
                                                                                                                     concerns, various native American
was held on Saturday. November standing Teacher of the Year Sophia Partain from Crafton Ele-                                                                plans." Federal field surveys and
                                                                                                                     representatives must be consulted,
3 at the Clock Auditorium at Red- Awards).                             mentary who danced to “Show
                                                                                                                                                            research conducted at Cal State
                                       During this time REP served 19 Off” from the musical The Drowsy               says the preliminary draft.
lands High School.                                                                                                                                          San Bernardino produced a num-
                                     Redlands schools with a student Chaperone.                                        The development would call for
  “This year we expect to get more                                                                                                                          ber of endangered species native to
                                                                                                                     the removal of some of the orange
people in the audience so that they population of 13, 300. Today, REP “I’m looking for someone who                                                          the area.
                                                                                                                     grove preserve in Mentone. It is an
can see how talented these kids serves 24 schools and 22, 000 stu- shows me poise and personality
are,” Sherri Olson, Chairperson of dents, and they have added an ad- because to me personality makes
the event, said. “Each year our ditional three programs, which up for a lack voice,” Schwimmer
goal is to expand.”                  include RESCUE the Instruments, said.
  This year there were a total of 26 REPresenting Our Schools Art In addition to the cash prize win-                             Funerals are often too costly.
acts with 45 students participating, Project and AAA Academy (tu- ners, there were also a few honor-                                  A Solution is here.
with a few acts including multiple ition based high school summer able mentions. These included JYS
students. Students who performed school and THINK Together after Tae Kwon Do who received an                                   Quality Care at Affordable Prices
were from elementary, middle and school program).                      honorable mention for “The Most
                                                                                                                                     Cremation or Burials
high schools throughout the Red- Each act was scored by three Original,” and Andrea and Laura
lands Unified School District.       judges. The judges this year were Noronha also received an honor-                          Let us know how we can help.
  The REP Foundation was estab- entrepreneur and chef Martha able mention.
lished in 1987 by a small group of Green, dance instructor Buddy Funds that were raised from the
                                                                                                                                    INLAND MEMORIAL FD1758
parents who wanted to explore Schwimmer and musician Curtiss event will benefit REP’s efforts to                                         In the heart of Colton
ways to raise funds to promote Allen Sr. Students competed for bring a variety of programs and                                    900 Meridian Ave, Colton Ca. 92324
and encourage excellence in edu- cash prizes. The first place act took fundraising opportunities for                           Located inside Hermosa Garden Cemetery
cation. These groups of parents home $500, the second place act schools within the district, which
came together after concerns about took home $300 and the third include grants for teachers, fund-                                Call Brenda 909-254-4100
the impact of state budget cuts on place act $200.                     ing for its T.A.G.S. enrichment
the quality of education in the Red- Winners this year were Lauren program and the repair and
                                     Glaub and Nathan Frazier from restoration of instruments in the
                                                                                                         Inland Empire Community Newspapers • November 8, 2012 • Page A7

Vinton brings years of experience to SB
By Cynthia Mendoza                                                              shock,’” Vinton said. “And life
                                                                                here is so much busier than in it       After 23 years Kool Kactus closes, last lunch service
                                                                                was in the 80s and there is so much     held Friday; food line launched, catering continues
           s a new physician’s assis-
          tant at LaSalle Medical                                               new technology.”
          Associates, Inc., in San                                                When Vinton and his team built
Bernardino, Frederick Robert Vin-                                               their hospital in the Congo, they
ton, Jr., brings with him not just                                              sawed their own lumber from the
skills and medical knowledge but                                                trees they cut down and made their
a rich life story in selfless service                                           own furniture using hand tools.
to some of the needy in the world.                                              They also made and fired their
  Vinton joins the LaSalle team                                                 own bricks.
                                            IECN PHOTO COURTESY DAMERON
after spending 22 years in the                                                    “Now I walk into a place like
Congo in Africa, where he                                                       Home Depot and all of those items
                                        Frederick Robert Vinton Jr.,
founded and directed a local hos-                                               are made and ready to go. It is
                                        has recently joined LaSalle             very different,” he said.
pital in one of the remotest areas of   Medical Associates, Inc., as a
the country.                                                                      This experience, both profession-
                                        physicians assistant.                   ally and personally was a very pos-
  Learning from his father who
was a missionary, in his early 20s      known to be a very dangerous            itive one for Vinton and he sees the
                                        place. Armed groups, bandits, and       value in experiencing different cul-                                             IECN PHOTO   CYNTHIA MENDOZA
Vinton, who is originally form Or-
ange County, spent time in the          elements of the Congolese military      tures and ways of life as a means       Carole and Court Inman are the proud proprietors of Kool Kactus
Congo helping his grandfather in        are known to pillage, steal vehi-       of growth and learning and appre-       Café in Loma Linda, an establishment that has been serving up
medical missionary work, an expe-       cles, kidnap, rape, kill, and carry     ciation for the many blessings          tasty, fresh Mexican dishes, including unique vegetarian twists on
rience that instilled in him a love     out military or paramilitary opera-     Americans often take for granted.       traditional favorites, since 1986. Friday will be the last lunch serv-
for service and a desire to do the      tions in which civilians are indis-       “As we become more of a global        ice before Carole devotes her time to catering and launching her
same.                                   criminately targeted.                   community, being able to go             new food line.
  “When I visited Africa as a             It is also a place where even basic   somewhere to see how other peo-
                                                                                ple live is a tremendous opportu-       By Maryjoy Duncan                   took up the majority of Carole’s
young man and saw the great need        necessities and groceries are not
                                                                                nity to change perspectives on how                                          time, without any room to invest in
for healthcare and how my grand-        nearly as accessible as they are in
                                                                                we can get along,” he said. “It’s                                           her budding new food line, which

father’s faith led him to serve God     the U.S.                                                                           landmark in Loma Linda,
                                                                                very beneficial to give of yourself        the Kool Kactus Café on          was the main reason behind the de-
by helping his fellow man, I was          Upon returning to the U.S. in
                                                                                to service the needy and to help us        Redlands          Boulevard      cision to shut down the restaurant.
humbled,” he said. “It changed my       2011 after achieving their goal to
                                                                                appreciate our great country. It’s
                                                                                                                 owned by Carole and Court Inman            Another factor was that Court,
life and I decided to commit my-        staring medical work which could
                                                                                not perfect but it’s better than any-
                                                                                                                 with its colorful facade has been          who had been helping out in the
self to helping people through the      be turned over to a local church in
                                                                                where else.”                     serving healthy Mexican fare to            restaurant for the last three years
practice of medicine.”                  the Congo, Vinton and his wife,
                                                                                  “We are honored that Frederick the community for 23 years.                alleviating a portion of the work
  Later on, through Mission Grace       even though they were American
                                                                                chose to work with us at LaSalle Sadly, the store front officially          load for Carole, has recently taken
Ministries International and Grace      and had traveled back and forth
                                                                                Medical Associates,” said La Salle
                                                                                                                 closed on Saturday, Oct. 27, but           on a new job that requires him to
Church of the congo, Vinton             between the Congo and the U.S.
                                                                                President Dr. Albert Arteaga of  will deliver its final lunch service       travel.
founded an 80-bed hospital that         during their, still had adjustments
                                                                                Vinton. “His dedication to peoplethis Friday from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.            Since the restaurant officially
now has a staff of 42, including        to make when the permanently re-
                                                                                and medicine are demonstrated by Carole’s decision to shut down the         closed on Saturday, Oct. 27, Car-
two doctors and 15 nurses.              located here.
                                                                                his 22 years of service to people in
                                                                                                                 restaurant is to invest more time          ole has been inundated with phone
  “Working in the Congo had lots          In the Congo for example, they
                                                                                the dangerous, war torn country of
                                                                                                                 with the catering aspect of the            calls for her catering services,
of challenges, but we were able to      made trips to the nearest city two
                                                                                the Congo. I am confident that   business and to launch a new               which she described as amazing.
make a big difference in peoples’       or three times a year to shop for
                                                                                Frederick delivers excellent     health food line which she is most           “There’s a lot of support from the
lives,” he said. “It was very re-       basic needs. Where in the Congo
                                                                                healthcare to every patient he sees,
                                                                                                                 excited about.                             community,” she said, which led
warding to deliver healthcare to so     there were two or three brands of
                                                                                everyday.”                         “There’s a big demand for His-           her to decide to open the restaurant
many people who had never re-           breakfast cereal to choose from, in
                                                                                  Vinton works out of the LaSallepanic foods, and for more healthy          for lunch one last time this Friday
ceived treatment before.”               the U.S. there is a whole aisle just
                                                                                Clinic on Mt. Vernon in San      food choices,” Carole said about           for the community.
  And the place he chose to serve       for cereal. Going from such little
                                                                                Bernardino. For more information her optimism and keenness in cre-            “I’ve enjoyed being involved in
was in itself a very challenging        variety to abundance was over-
                                                                                or an appointment call (909) 884-ating a Hispanic-based, health-ori-        the community - Loma Linda and
country. The Democratic Republic        whelming.
                                                                                9091.                            ented food line. “My first goal is         Redlands,” Carole said about the
of the Congo, formerly Zaïre, is          “We experienced ‘reverse culture
                                                                                                                 to get into Clark’s market, then           highlight of her restaurant career,
                                                                                                                                                            which spans 32 years.
U of Redlands students participate in Concerto Competition Preliminaries Cardenas. food line will consist of       Her new                                    Catering will still be operated
                                                                           structor.                             salsas, sauces, spices and rubs, and       from the site.
                                                                             This competition has been run- hot sauces.                                       For more information about
                                                                           ning at the University of Redlands Operating both the catering and               catering services, please call (909)
                                                                           for several years. After the prelim- restaurant aspects of the business          796-1545.
                                                                           inaries, the finalists were chosen to
                                                                           perform on Monday, November 5
                                                                           in front of a panel of judges. The
                                                                           judges for this year’s finals were
                                                                           Nelms MacKelvain, Idyllwild Arts
                                                                           Academy; Dr. Ralph Kuncl, Pres-
                                                                           ident of the University of Red-
                                                                           lands; and Co Boi Nguyen,
                                                                           University of Redlands Professor
                                                                           and Assistant Conductor of the
                                                                           Redlands Symphony Orchestra.
                                                                             Participants on day one of the
                                                                           competition were Matthew Busch,
                                                                           trumpet; Luke Hilland, horn;
                                                                           Kevin Eberle, bassoon; Paul Kane,
                                                                           clarinet; Michelle Chavez, flute;
University of Redlands students participated in the Concerto
                                                                           and Kelsey Broersina, saxophone.
Competition Preliminaries which was held at Memorial Chapel                  Day two of the competition
on the University of Redlands campus on Friday, November 2 showcased singers. These partici-
and Saturday, November 3.                                                  pants included Megan Griffiths,
By Naomi Bonman                      ing twice for the preliminaries and soprano; Kaely Marie Clapper, so-

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 U       dents participated in the   Symphony Orchestra once. Stu- Malin, soprano; Alireza Tousi,
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                                                                           gos, piano; and Austin Turner,
vember 3.                              Soloists were required to perform piano.
  The competition is an annual       their acts from memory without a Winners of this year’s competi-
event where two soloists are se- sheet of music. During the prelim- tion were Anthony Ribaya who                         At any              COUPONof order
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  Students are limited to audition- work had to be prepared prior to Young Kim who will also be in the                         with any other offers • 2 orders per customer
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                                                                                                                                                      second Tuesday 2 p.m., 21 Grant
                                                                                                                                                      St., Redlands (909) 798-7550.
                                      a car, a walk-up clinic will also be Tuesday, Nov. 13: Inland Empire      becoming a vendor. Handmade            Redlands Community Center:
Democratic Luncheon                   set up for those individuals to re- Chapter will host a dinner meeting    crafts, lunch 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.     Every third Friday 2 p.m., 111 Lu-
Club                                  ceive their free flu vaccine.        at the Old Spaghetti Factory, 1635                                         gonia Ave., Redlands (909) 798-
                                                                           Industrial Park Ave., Redlands.      City Council Meetings
  Meets noon on Fridays at Demo-      Sunkissed Squares                    Nonmembers welcome. Cost $15           Colton: First and third Tuesday, 7572.
cratic Headquarters, 136 Carousel       Saturday, Nov. 10: Sadie per person. Reservations (909)                 6 p.m.; 650 N. La Cadena Dr.           Highland Senior Center: Every
Mall (near the central glass eleva-   Hawkins Dance at the Redlands 794-1169.                                     Highland: Second and fourth fourth Tuesday 2 p.m., 3102 E.
tor) in San Bernardino. Speakers:     Community Center, 111 W. Lugo-                                            Tuesday, 6 p.m.; 27215 Base Line.     Highland Ave., Highland (909)
  Nov. 9: Open discussion             nia Ave., Redlands. Cue rounds American Sports Univer-                    No meetings in August.                862-8104.
Dr. G and Me                          6:30 - 7:30 p.m.; squares 7:30 - 10 sity Job Recruitment Fair               Loma Linda: Second and fourth Boy Scouts of America
 Every Wednesday: Live classical      p.m.                                  Monday, Nov. 19: Noon - 6 p.m.      Tuesday, 7 p.m. (check city Web Troop 103
guitar at Starbuck’s from 6 - 7       Veteran’s Day Salute                 at ASU main building, 399 N. “D”     site as dates are subject to change); Boys ages 11 - 15 years are in-
p.m., 1181 S. Mt. Vernon Ave.,          Sunday, Nov. 11: 12th Annual       St., San Bernardino. Three princi-   25541 Barton Rd.                      vited to join. Meetings are Mon-
Colton.                               Veteran’s Day Salute at Plaza pal employers featured: American              Redlands: First and third Tues- days at 7 p.m. at Repplier Park in
Monday Prayer Group                   Park, 7th St. and Mt. Vernon Ave., Bar and Grill in Northern China        day, 3 p.m.; 35 Cajon St.             Banning, at the large log cabin at
  Every Monday morning: Salva-        San Bernardino. 10 a.m., patriotic seeking experienced chefs, bar-          Rialto: Second and fourth Tues- 200 Wilson St. Information: (951)
tion Army, 838 Alta St., Redlands.    programs starts at 1 p.m. Event tenders,         hostesses,    waiters,   day, 6 p.m.; 150 S. Palm Ave.         922-1903.
For information, call (909) 792-      held in honor of Ralph “Kito” cashiers; American Sports Univer-             San Bernardino: First and third
                                                                                                                Monday, 3 p.m.; 300 N. “D” St.        Southwest             Riverside
8818.                                 Granillo, US Army and US Army sity interviewing for instructors for
Bitten Blood Drive                    PFC Jesus Jonathan Lopez.            Spring semester as well as dorm      Son Jarocho Family Class County           Marine Corps
  Friday, Nov. 9: Community             Custom cars and motorcycles security guards, event security,             Thursdays 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. at League Detachment 1057
blood drive at the Colton Public      will cruise into the park to com- food court workers, and fitness         Home of Neighborly Services, 839     Monthly meetings occur on the
LIbrary from 12 p.m. - 8 p.m., 656    memorate Route 66. Veterans center employees; American Cam-               N. Mt. Vernon Ave., San            last Saturday of each month at 9
N. 9th St., Colton. Games, re-        Day patriotic ceremony and pre- bridge Academy accepting appli-           Bernardino. Free for all ages,     a.m. All active duty Marines,
freshments, prizes (such as movie     sentations will honor all veterans cations for camp counselors and        dance and music class. Informa-    those who have been honorably
tickets), and a screening of the      in attendance. Veterans, family instructors.                              tion: (909) 885-3491.              discharged, FMF Corpsmen and
Twilight Saga films. Information:     members, friends, as well as car All applicants must bring a cur-         Afternoon Delight Dance friends of the Corps are welcome.
(909) 370-6117.                       and motorcycle enthusiasts are en- rent resume.                                                              For meeting location and more in-
                                      couraged to attend. Bring your Colton Woman’s Club                        Socials                            formation,          go         to
Drive-thru Shot Clinic                own lawnchairs!                       Saturday, Dec. 1: Winter Won-        All seniors, couples and singles,, or call (951)
 Friday, Nov. 9: Community              Information: Danny Flores (909) derland Christmas Bazaar at 495         welcome at free dance socials. 290-9135.
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District attorney, survivors, advocates support Prop 35
By Cynthia Mendoza                                                                                                                                                     Women in Kruzan’s circumstances
                                                                                                                                                                       were simply viewed as “child

           n Thursday, October 31
          San Bernardino County                                                                                                                                          “The kids are prosecuted but the
          District Attorney Michael                                                                                                                                    adults responsible for the traffick-
Ramos joined Proposition 35 sup-                                                                                                                                       ing aren’t,” Rogan said.
porters for a press conference on                                                                                                                                        For more on Kruzan’s story visit
the steps outside San Bernardino                                                                                                                             
City Hall to express his commit-                                                                                                                                         Another outspoken voice was
ment to fighting human traffick-                                                                                                                                       that of Amy Andrews, a survivor
ing. If passed, Prop. 35, in simplest                                                                                                                                  who was trafficked between Los
terms, would increase fines and                                                                                                                                        Angeles and Las Vegas as a
imprisonment for convicted                                                                                                                                             teenager and now works with For-
human traffickers. It would also                                                                                                                                       gotten Children, a faith based out-
require convicted sex traffickers to                                                                                                                                   reach organization in the Inland
register as sex offenders.                                                                                                                                             Empire dedicated to ending human
  “By passing Prop. 35, among                                                                                                                                          trafficking and sexual exploitation.
other things, this would allow                                                                                                                                           “For many years I was too young
prosecutors across the state to im-                                                                                                                                    to understand, but then I realized I
pose tougher penalties on those                                                                                                                                        didn’t choose this for myself,” An-
who prey upon our vulnerable                                                                                                                                           drews said. “I want to use my
women and children,” said Ramos.                                                                                                                                       voice to help other women. Prop.
“Enough is enough. We need to                                                                                                                                          35 is our way to collectively say
                                                                                                                                        IECN PHOTO   CYNTHIA MENDOZA   we won’t tolerate this anymore.”
send a strong message to the rest
of the nation that California will         On Wednesday, October 31, a group of human trafficking survivors, family members, advocates                                   Finally, Daphne Phung, founder
not tolerate the blatant exploitation      and District Attorney Mike Ramos came together at the steps of San Bernardino City Hall in support                          and director, California Against
of our children or any human               of Prop. 35, an anti-human trafficking bill that would increase fines and imprisonment and take                             Slavery and the Prop. 35 campaign
being for that matter.”                    other measures to combat the crime. From left, front: Anne-Catherine Rogan, family member of                                took to the podium.
  During the conference Ramos              sex trafficking victim; SB County District Attorney Mike Ramos; Daphne Phung, founder and di-                                 “Prop 35 is a fist step as a society
said that human trafficking is hap-        rector, California Against Slavery and the Prop. 35 campaign; Amy Andrews, sex trafficking sur-                             to recognize human trafficking as
pening everywhere and locally              vivor; and Lesford Duncan, Los Angeles Coordinator with California Against Slavery.                                         a severe issue,” Phung said, also
there is a far greater awareness of                                                                                                                                    referring to sex trafficking as “rape
it than in the past. He said that as       a “great tool” for peace officers.          formerly of Rialto, aunt of Sara             Back in 1994, there was not a      for sale.” “This will take Califor-
district attorney he supports Prop.          Joining Ramos were survivors of           Kruzan, a woman in her 30s who              concept or awareness of the true    nia from one of the worst states in
35 because it addresses key issues         human trafficking, family mem-              was sentenced to life without pa-           heinous nature of sex trafficking   the union [in human trafficking] to
such as suppression. Depending on          bers of victims as well as general          role for what in most basic terms           and the crime was viewed simply     a leader [in combating it.]”
the crime, sentences would in-             community supporters and repre-             can be described as killing her             as a prostitute killing her pimp.     Prop 35 passed at 81%.
crease from five to eight years.           sentatives from organizations               pimp. Kruzan was molested at the
  “We want to send a message to            fighting human trafficking.                 age of 11, raped at 13, groomed for
these monsters,” Ramos said,                 One of the family members pres-           prostitution and trafficked from the
adding that Prop. 35 would also be         ent was Anne-Catherine Rogan                age of 13 to 16.

St. Paul again to offer free Thanksgiving meal, volunteers needed

                                                                                   IECN PHOTO COURTESY       ST. PAUL’S UMC
United Methodist Churches of San Bernardino will be hosting its second annual Thanksgiving Din-
ner on Thanksgiving day and volunteers are needed from preparation to clean-up.

By Annemarie Paxton                   day feast agan. Anyone from the preparation to clean-up is needed.
                                      community is invited to help People can either donate their
                                      Thanksgiving day which begins time, food or money. For more in-

         he holiday season is
                                      with food preparation in the formation, call St. Paul’s UMC at
         quickly approaching and
                                      kitchen at 8 a.m.                                (909) 889-3609.
         with that there is a need to
                                       A need for volunteers from
help the less fortunate. Many or-
ganizations are already gearing up
to launch food and toy drives and
planning Thanksgiving and Christ-
mas dinners. One of which is the
United Methodist Churches of San
Bernardino, which will be hosting
its second Annual Thanksgiving
Dinner on Thanksgiving Day, No-
vember 22, from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
                                                              Casa De Flores
at the church, located at 785 N. Ar-                         342 S. Mt. Vernon Ave., San Bernardino, CA 92410
rowhead Ave. in San Bernardino.
  Last year’s event was a success,
having served 384 people with
over 80 volunteers dedicating their
time to ensure others enjoy a
warm, holiday meal with all the
                                                                          Our Specialty
  The holiday feast is open to
everybody and free toa ll. The
                                                            Complete Florist Service
menu consists of turkey and all the                     Wedding & Bridesmaids Dresses,
fixin’s. Additionally, there will a
clothes closet for people to select                 Quinceaneras & Baptismals, Tuxedo Rentals
warm garb for the winter season.                Mon.-Fri. 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. • Sat. 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. • Sunday Closed
  This year the GATE United
Methodist youth program is seek-
ing volunteers to assist in the holi-                         (909) 885-7051
                                                                                                              Inland Empire Community Newspapers • November 8, 2012 • Page A11

Teen Pulse helps teens find their
passions through the art of music
                                                                                                                       over the hardship of her childhood,     then has expanded and now in-
                                                                                                                       and now she encourages her stu-         cludes a variety of programs, such
                                                                                                                       dents, clients and audiences to stop    as Teen Pulse Catalyst Club, Par-
                                                                                                                       settling and start leading their        ent Coaching Private Practice,
                                                                                                                       lives.                                  Teen Pulse Trashers, Vitamin K
                                                                                                                         With the elimination of art pro-      Video Today and Teen Pulse Per-
                                                                                                                       grams from schools. the launching       cussion Ensemble.
                                                                                                                       of Teen Pulse was the perfect pro-        In addition to new programs,
                                                                                                                       gram to launch in a city, Redlands,     Teen Pulse has patriciated in Make
                                                                                                                       that thrives and is known for the       A Wish Foundation’s annual
                                                                                                                       arts.                                   walk-a-thon, performed for 50,000
                                                                                                                         “I wanted to fill in a cultural gap   guests at a corporation party in San
                                                                                                                       within our generation,” Kooyman         Diego and has formed a partner-
                                                                                                                       said. “When kids are not fulfilling     ship with the University of Red-
                                                                                                                       an arts education in school they are    lands’ band percussion. Teen
                                                                                                                       not making life decisions or taking     Pulse also offers internships to col-
                                                                                                                       ownership of their lives.”              lege students who want to serve
                                                                                                                         Kooyman became involved in            and connect with youth through
                                                                                                                       band while in high school in Glen-      music, fundraising development
                                                                                                                       dora, which had an awesome and          and clerical work.
                                                                                IECN PHOTO COURTESY    TEEN PULSE      large band. She later moved to Yu-        Teen Pulse plans to grow even
Teen Pulse staff (from left to right) Kirsten April Combs, Jessica Nunez, Susana Quinteros,                            caipa where the band was much           more in the future, starting with a
Tyler Burr, Skye Kooyman (founder), Nathan Cupul and Hannah Lehmann. Teen Pulse helps                                  smaller and underdeveloped. Dur-        Summer Tour in 2013 featuring
teens to find their passion and self-identity through the art of music percussion.                                     ing Kooyman’s senior year, 2006,        Teen Pulse Trashers. Kooyman
                                                                                                                       she taught the band class and later     has also been receiving requests
                                       circumstances, which is what led        this because I was passionate           started an afterschool program for      from parents on how she connects
By Naomi Bonman
                                       her to help teenagers live their best   about it and it’s really what saved     elementary school percussionists        so well with teenagers, so she is in
                                       lives by providing them with the        my life.”                               called ‘Fill in the Beat’.              the process of building groups that

            usic has proved to be                                                                                        “There was a huge need in my          help parents connect with youth.
            therapeutic and has the    tools to their own identity.             Kooyman, who is a survivor of
                                         “Beyond there being a huge need       custody battles, foster care, her fa-   town for a program that developed       There is also a pregnancy aware-
            ability to express the                                                                                     percussionists,” Kooyman said.          ness program in the works for
words that people oftentimes can-      for a program like this, I felt very    ther’s suicide and a near death
                                       passionate about giving other peo-      ATV accident, knows what it               In 2009, shortly after the after      teenage girls.
not get out themselves. This is no                                                                                     school program had started Teen           For those who are interested in
different for Teen Pulse founder,      ple the instruction, accountability     means to be a teen in trouble.
                                       and mentorship I had wished I had       Thanks to the magic of music and        Pulse was launched. Teen Pulse          volunteering, contributing or want
Skye Kooyman. She is a firm be-                                                                                        started off with a drumline, color      more information on Teen Pulse,
liever that your identity is not de-   growing up,” Kooyman said.              a handful of caring mentors,
                                       “Music was the perfect vehicle for      Kooyman was able to triumph             guard and stomp team and since          please visit
fined by others’ ideas or your
  Page A12 • November 8, 2012 • Inland Empire Community Newspapers

Magana’s efforts lead Bloomington to title
By R.A. Contreras and                                                                                                  weren’t sure that we won because
                                                                                                                                                 Q: Best run you ever had?
Javier Hernandez                                                                                                       I came in second and I saw the
                                                                                                                                                 A: I went to Mammoth over the
                                                                                                                       Summit [High School] girls right
                                                                                                                                               summer. It was for a week and
                                                                                                                       behind me; I could hear them
                                                                                                                                               everyday it’s seven miles up the

             e caught up with
            Jalissa Magana, a sen-                                                                                                             hill then seven miles back down
                                                                                                                       breathing and the whole time I was
            ior first runner and                                                                                                               the hill and as I started going
                                                                                                                       like: ‘Oh my gosh where is my sis-
team captain with the Blooming-                                                                                                                straight up --not even a mile and I
                                                                                                                       ter, my sister is supposed to be
ton High School girls’ cross coun-                                                                                     right behind me. And I’m like
                                                                                                                                               felt my legs get sore! So about four
try team.                                                                                                              scared because the coach was say-
                                                                                                                                               miles in, I asked myself, ‘Why am
  Q: What got you into running?                                                                                                                I trying too hard?’ So I relaxed and
                                                                                                                       ing that every one [behind me] is
  A: Well mainly I did it to get in                                                                                    sick.’                  finally got to the top of the moun-
shape for soccer, but once I started                                                                                                           tain-- first girl ever from my
running I felt good. I feel like there                                                                        Q: But you pulled through – school to make it to the top!
is a power in me. I feel like I can                                                                         How did that feel?
keep going forever and I think like                                                                           A: I felt like crying.             Q: What has your coach taught
that feeling helps me in my life. It                                                                                                           you?
has given me a lot of confidence                                                                              Q: Is there a moment in your A: She has taught me that in the
knowing what I could accomplish.                                                                            life that sticks out athletically? real world, you are not going to get
                                                                                                              A: Thinking back to my fresh- breaks, so keep going; don’t feel
 Q: We heard you were a cham-                                                                               man year and how hard I worked, sorry for yourself.
pion?                                                                                                       going to camp and almost running
 A: Oh yeah; we won the Sunkist                                                                             100 miles over the summer in a Q: What fears do you have?
League and took first place in the                                                                          week. But to be able to win my A: I always have this nightmare
                                                                                IECN PHOTO JAVIER HERNANDEZ senior year (at last!) and running that when I start a race, I can’t fin-
girls cross country meet.
                                         Senior captain Jalissa Magana’s second-place finish in an all- with my sister and best friends is ish. I can’t even run and it is like
 Q: It wasn’t easy right?                important Sunkist League meet helped her Bloomington High icing on the cake!                          my grandma is walking in her
 A: In the second league meet we         School girls’ cross country team to the league title.                                                 walker and passing me. (laughs)

Carter girls in playoffs after winning first league title
By Anthony Victoria                      take the second and third sets with      inated, which is why this time       out fighting for us and they all The Lions open the first round of
                                         the help of some Arroyo Valley           around I knew Arroyo Valley          gave us a match. The pressure is the playoffs Tuesday November 7
                                         miscues. Medina and sophomore            would give us a match. Every team    definitely on and expectations for with a 5 p.m. home match against

          espite the early setback,
          Carter High School girls’      middle hitter Anika Lewis com-           in the SAL in the second half came   us will be higher.”                Santa Ynez.
          volleyball team thwarted       bined to get kills in both sets.
Arroyo Valley’s enthusiastic dis-        However, the Hawks refused to go
play to finish San Andreas League        down easily. Both teams were
play undefeated and will now con-        going back and forth in the fourth
centrate on the CIF Division 3-A         set, with Arroyo Valley coming
playoffs.                                out on top after a crucial offensive
  “It was an overwhelming game           block gave them the go ahead
but we were able to work hard,           point. The Lions responded well in
fight back and get the victory,”         the fifth and deciding set, with
said Wendy Brody, who is in her          Harris getting an ace and kill to
first full season as head coach.         wrap up the set, match, league title
“We definitely showed a lot of           and qualify for the postseason.
character.”                                “I told my girls to battle through
  Carter was led by junior outside       and keep fighting,” replied coach
hitter Jessica Medina, who had six       Brody. “I told them to have trust in
kills. Senior defensive setter Brit-     their teammates and to fight for
ney Harris stated she was pleased        every point. “
with the overall performance.              The Lions made history by win-
  “We started off rocky, but then        ning their school’s first league title
the service began to come in,” she       in volleyball. Brody believes the
said. “At the game’s end I wanted        accomplishment will bring greater
to cry because it feels good to fin-     fan expectations. “There have been
ish undefeated, after seasons of not     so many moments in big games
winning anything.”                       this season. It’s a team effort and
                                                                                                                                                              IECN PHOTO   ANTHONY VICTORIA
  After losing the first set 25-23,      there have been many contributors
                                         to our success.”                         The Rialto Carter High School girls’ volleyball team went undefeated in San Andreas League play
The Lions (15-7, overall; 10-0,                                                   and won the school’s first-ever title in volleyball. The Lions hosted Santa Ynez in a CIF first round
San Andreas League) were able to           “The first half of league we dom-
                                                                                  playoff match Tuesday November 7.
                                                                                            Inland Empire Community Newspapers • November 8, 2012 • Page A13

History of Veterans Day                                                       World War I – known at the time as “The Great War” - officially ended
                                                                              when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919, in the Palace of
                                                                              Versailles outside the town of Versailles, France. However, fighting ceased
                                                                              seven months earlier when an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities,
                                                                              between the Allied nations and Germany went into effect on the eleventh
                                                                              hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. For that reason, November
                                                                              11, 1918, is generally regarded as the end of “the war to end all wars.”
                                                                               In November 1919, President Wilson proclaimed November 11 as the first
                                                                              commemoration of Armistice Day with the following words: "To us in
                                                                            America, the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride in
                                                                           the heroism of those who died in the country’s service and with gratitude for the
                                                                         victory, both because of the thing from which it has freed us and because of the
                                                                       opportunity it has given America to show her sympathy with peace and justice in
                                                                     the councils of the nations…" The original concept for the celebration was for a day
                                                                  observed with parades and public meetings and a brief suspension of business beginning
                                                                 at 11:00 a.m.
An Act (52 Stat. 351; 5                             U. S. Code, Sec. 87a) approved May 13, 1938, made the 11th of November in each year a legal
holiday—a day to be                            dedicated to the cause of world peace and to be thereafter celebrated and known as "Armistice Day."
Armistice Day was primarily a            day set aside to honor veterans of World War I, but in 1954, after World War II had required the greatest
mobilization of soldiers, sailors,    Marines and airmen in the Nation’s history; after American forces had fought aggression in Korea, the 83rd
Congress, at the urging of the veterans service organizations, amended the Act of 1938 by striking out the word "Armistice" and inserting in its
place the word "Veterans." With the approval of this legislation (Public Law 380) on June 1, 1954, November 11th became a day to honor American
veterans of all wars.
          Veterans Day continues to be observed on November 11, regardless of what day of the week on which it falls.
 The restoration of the observance of Veterans Day to November 11 not only preserves the historical significance of the date,
   but helps focus attention on the important purpose of Veterans Day: A celebration to honor America's veterans for their
                      patriotism, love of country, and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good.
                                                                                                American is this hero in
           eterans                    REDLANDS
                                                a                     ents                      uniform standing tall.
                                                                                                ready, willing, and
                                                                                                                                        American is
                                                                                                                                          This Hero

                                                                                                able to march, the                         by Roger
Redlands' Veterans Day Ceremony begins at 10:45 a.m. Thursday at Jennie Davis Park,
at Redlands Boulevard and New York Street. There will be a flag-raising ceremony, speak-                                                  Robicheau
                                                                                                will to face all. The
 ers and music by the Citrus Valley High School band. A luncheon and reception follow at
                                                                                                proudest of our
                                 American Legion Post 650.
 Somerford Place is inviting the community to a Veterans Day celebration noon to 2 p.m.         service. Stead
  at 1319 Brookside Ave. The event will honor those who have served in the armed forces         fastly meeting
        of the United States. Reservations are requested. Information: 909-793-9500             each call. The
Applebee's will celebrate Veterans Day by offering all veterans a free entree from 10 a.m.
                                                                                                bravest of
      until noon. Applebee's is at 2046 W. Redlands Blvd. Information: 909-335-7372
                                            Chili's will celebrate Veterans Day by offering     our country.
                                           all veterans a free entree from their limited menu   As were
                                            from 11 a.m. to noon. Identification is required.   those upon
                                          Chili's is at 10020 Alabama St. Information: 909-
                                                                                                the wall
                                                        San Bernardino                          displaying
                                                    VFW POST 8737                               awesome
                                                Veteran’s Day Celebration                       courage
                                                  Sunday, November 11, 2012                     a treasure
                                            From 11am - 4pm, 2018 Foothill blvd. SB             you cannot
                                                          BEAUMONT                              install.
                                           The city of Beaumont will hold a wreath-laying       Filled with total commitment to serve us for the
                                               ceremony in front of City Hall at 11 a.m.
                                           Thursday to celebrate veterans who have served       long haul. America know this hero thank god and
                                          in the armed forces from World War II to the pre-     always recall.
                                                   sent. Information: 951-769-8520
  Weaver Mortuary will raise the American flag in honor of local veterans at 1 p.m.
 Thursday. Refreshments will be provided. Weaver Mortuary is at 1177 Beaumont Ave.
                                Information: 951-845-1141
Applebee's will celebrate Veterans Day by offering all veterans a free entree from 10 a.m.
         until noon. Applebee's is at 1585 E. Sixth St. Information: 951-845-3638
Chili's will celebrate Veterans Day by offering all veterans a free entree from their limited
 menu from 11 a.m. to noon. Identification is required. Chili's is at 1490 W. Second St.
                                Information: 951-849-0218
The community is invited to a ceremony honoring veterans at 10 a.m. today at Montecito
Memorial Park, 3520 E. Washington St. The ceremony will include presentation of colors,
   national anthem, Pledge of Allegiance, 21-gun salute, taps and laying of a wreath.
Speakers include Kelly Chastain, mayor of Colton, and Sheryl Terkildsen, an Army nurse.
   The ceremony is sponsored by Vitas Innovative Hospice Care, Visiting Angels and
                                  Dignity Memorial.
 They are fathers, mothers, aunts, uncles, sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, cousins and
  friends. We may not always agree in the wars and battles that we fight, but this should
not deter us from the support we give to these men and women in uniform. It is through the
      sacrifice that they and the numerous individuals before them have made, which
       provides us with the freedoms we have to disagree and speak our objections.
                           V                 &            B
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Stater Bros. offers free antibiotics                 healthy,” Acosta said.                             • Ciprofloxacin (Generic fro
By Annemarie Paxton
                                                       The current economic climate in                 CIPRO)
                                                     addition to rising health care costs               • Penicillin

            e are approaching a
            cold winter where                        has made access to crucial medica-                 • Trimeth/Sulfa (Generic for
            there will be soaring                    tion difficult for many valued cus-               SEPTRA or BACTRIM)
cases of the cold/cough and flu,                     tomers.
which is why Stater Bros. Super-                       Free antibiotics will be based on                 “Stater Bros. believes in doing
markets is stepping forward to                       a 14-day eligibile quantity. This                 the right thing for the right rea-
help the community alleviate its                     includes refills, to anyone with or               son,” stated Jack H. Brown, Stater
medical bills by providing free an-                  without health insurance coverage                 Bros. Chairman and CEO. “As the
tibiotics at all 27 Stater Bros.                     who presents a prescription.                      only Supermarket Chain in South-
Super RX Pharmacies throughout                         Acosta said that the program is                 ern California to offer this program
California, which began on Nov. 1.                   open-ended, and will continue in-                 free of charge, Stater Bros. is
  According to John Acosta, Vice                     definitely. In 2009 Stater Bros.                  doing all that we can to ensure ac-
President of Pharmacy Operations,                    launched a similar program for the                cessible and affordable health care                                                            IECN COURTESY PHOTO
the cold and cough season will be                    entire year, which cost the com-                  to each and every one of our val-        In an effort to alleviate customers’ rising medical costs at the out-
tougher this season, and will put                    pany over $100,000.                               ued customers.”
                                                                                                                                                set of the winter season, Stater Bros. Supermarkets began offer-
added financial strain on families                                                                       In 2010, Stater Bros. Super Rx
                                                                                                                                                ing free antibiotics on Nov. 1.
already struggling in this econ- Five different classes of antibi-                                     Pharmacy introduced its Free Dia-
omy.                                otics are available, which include:                                betic Medication Program which           from their doctor. In addition, commonly prescribed medications
  “This is our way to give back to • Amoxicillin (Generic for                                          offers some of the most popular          Stater Bros. Super Rx Pharmacy is are $4 for a 30-day supply or $10
the community and to keep people AMOXIL)                                                               Type II Diabetes medications to          pleased to continue its $4 Generic for a 90-day supply.
                                     • Ampicillin                                                      customers with a valid prescription      Prescription Program. Over 300

Orange Empire Railway Museum volunteers brace for thousands of little engineers attending Day Out With Thomas

         om Jacobson of Redlands                     on hand this weekend and Veter-                   excitement of railroading," said Ja-     was confined to bed with the           old, he has been captivated by
         has yet to outgrow                          ans day and Nov. 17 and 18 for                    cobson, an attorney who has been         measles. The British clergyman's       Thomas, said his mother Yari
         Thomas the Tank Engine                      Day Out With Thomas™. The all-                    lead organizer of the event since it     wife convinced him to publish the      Duran Habib of San Bernardino.
and Friends, a preschooler phe-                      day family event, which features a                began 11 years ago.                      stories about a cheeky little engine   "His fascination and enjoyment of
nomenon that annually brings                         25-minute ride with a full-size                     Besides the train ride, "Day Out       and his railroad friends on the fic-   trains is associated with the
more than 25,000 aspiring engi-                      replica of Thomas, raises funds for               With Thomas™ offers families a           tional Island of Sodor. From 1942      Thomas characters, toy train sets
neers and grownups to the Orange                     train restoration projects and edu-               full day of Thomas-related activi-       to 1973, Awdry wrote 26 books.         and TV show, said Habib, who
Empire Railway Museum in Perris                      cational programs at the Inland                   ties -- a meeting with Sir Topham          The Thomas and Friends phe-          will be bringing her now 4-year-
for two weekends in November                         Empire's 100-acre railway heritage                Hatt and other storybook friends,        nomenon took off in America and        old son to Day Out With
starting Saturday.                                   museum.                                           storytelling, videos, arts and crafts,   worldwide when the movies, mer-        Thomas™. "It never gets old for
  As board chairman and event                          "Day Out With Thomas™ is a                      an Imagination Station, petting          chandise and TV shows, now on          him, given the years and success of
overseer, Jacobson is among 200                      great family event and introduces                 zoo, live music, food, a Thomas          PBS SoCal, came out in the 1980s.      the show. It doesn't get old for any-
community volunteers who will be                     a new generation to the timeless                  store, and more.                         The beloved storybook character        one. It's a classic."
                                                                                                         Thomas the Tank Engine was             teaches moral lessons, having a          For ticket information, call (951)
                                                                                                       born 70 years ago in the stories         positive attitude and being "really    943-3020              or         visit
                                                                                                       that Reverend W. Awdry first told        useful."                               http://www.thomasthetankengi-
                                                                                                       to his son Christopher, while he           Since Josef Habib was 10 months

                                                                        IECN COURTESY PHOTO
Tom Jacobson, board chairman of Orange Empire Railway Mu-
seum greets students from Railroad Elementary School in Perris
at Day Out With Thomas in 2011.

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