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The switch is on: CCSD
starts up water project
By Kathe Tanner
The Cambrian
ROBERT SHIELDS, the
famous mime, will perform
in September at Cambria
Center for the Arts as part
of a new series. Page 15.
HECTOR MERLOS is battling cancer, and the American Legion is planning a
fundraiser to help his
family. Page 5.
GEHRIG KNIFFEN scored
18 points for Coast Union’s
boys basketball team in a
runaway victory over Dunn
School. Page 16.
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CAMBRIAN PHOTO BY STEVE PROVOST
Jackson Bruce and Holly McHaffie show off the
banner they created with Jonathan Jewel (not
pictured) at Santa Lucia Middle School this month.
Students in YMCA program have crafted
messages for motorists on Main Street
By Steve Provost
The Cambrian
ambria’s adults did
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more than their share
to conserve water during
the past year, but more
than a dozen youths in the
YMCA program are showing the older set has nothing on them.
They’re spreading the
message of conservation in
a big way, having designed
banners that went up this
month on Main Street, with
a helping hand from the Y
and the Cambria Community Services District.
The colorful vertical banners bearing catchy slogans cost $100 each, with
the CCSD picking up the
tab. But the kids in Shawna
Volpa’s afterschool STEM
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After decades of planning and a design-permitand-building process hastened by drought, Cambria’s emergency water
supply project went online
shortly after 1 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 20.
Just about a year ago,
the Cambria Community
Services District Board of
Directors declared a
drought emergency and
imposed Stage 3 restrictions on water use, the
most severe short of running out of water altogether. The board subsequently approved designing and building the
water-reclamation plant,
now estimated to cost
more than $9 million.
The district completed
the plant under an emergency permit from the
county and is now seeking a permit to operate it
permanently. A consultant
is preparing an environmental impact report to
meet California Environmental Quality Act
requirements.
Tuesday, Gail Robinette, board president,
and district General Manager Jerry Gruber jointly
turned two valves so a
brackish blend of fresh,
CAMBRIAN PHOTO BY STEVE PROVOST
CCSD board President Gail Robinette, left, and
General Manager Jerry Gruber turn the valve to
start water flowing through the Emergency Water
Project system just after 1 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 20.
salt and treated wastewater drawn from under
the San Simeon Creek
Road site could begin to
flow through a complex
system of pipes, filters
and treatments.
The gentle whoosh of
water soon was overpowered by the thumping
sound of a system pump
kicking on and running
steadily thereafter.
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Church sets pancake
breakfast fundraiser
anta Rosa Church will
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host a pancake breakfast
in the Parish Hall from 9 to
11:30 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 25,
as a fundraiser to help send
seven Coast Union High
School students to the
Youth Day portion of the
Los Angeles Religious Education Congress.
The cost for the pancake
breakfast is $8 for adults
and $4 for children.
The Congress is the
largest conference of this
type in the United States,
and more than 30,000 people from all over the world
are expected to attend. It is
scheduled for March 12
(Youth Day), and March
13-15 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim.
For more information,
please contact the church
office at 927-4816.
Cub Scouts plan
annual fundraiser
The Cambria Cub Scouts
will hold their annual Super
Bowl Sunday fundraiser
Feb. 1, serving up chicken
wings to local residents.
Wings for Super Bowl parties and general enjoyment
can be ordered in drivethrough fashion, with cookies and “desserts by Audrey” available, as well. The
chicken wings will be provided by Linn’s Restaurant.
The fundraiser will be
from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in
the American Legion Post
432 parking lot, 1000 Main
St. in Cambria. Information: 909-9707.
— Cambrian staff
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Attendees sip wine and peruse the entries at the 927 Art Show in July 2012 at the Veterans Memorial
Building, one of several sites for this year’s 13th annual Cambria Art & Wine Festival.
SIGHTS AND SIPS APLENTY AWAIT
By Kathe Tanner
The Cambrian
ambria’s bustling art
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community and growing wine industry will be
celebrated Friday through
Sunday, Jan. 23-25, during
the 13th annual Ar t &
Wine Festival.
Forecasts call for spectacularly warm, dry and
sunny winter weather.
The 2015 festival, sponsored jointly by the Cambria Chamber of Commerce and Allied Arts Association, is held throughout the village (and at select locations along Moonstone Beach Drive, in San
Simeon and at Ragged
Point) but especially at
the Veterans Memorial
Building, 1000 Main St.,
Cambria Historical Museum at the corner of Burton Drive and Center
Street in East Village, and
the Joslyn Recreation
Center, 950 Main St.
Entertainment and special promotions throughout the festival will be
capped by a Sunday after-
noon filled with raf fle
awards and festivities.
From noon to 6 p.m.
Saturday, the free Cambria Trolley will carry passengers along a half-hour
downtown/Moonstone
Beach/Burton and Eton
Drive loop to make it easier for participants to get
from one area to the other
and back again. Visitors
may flag down the trolley
anywhere along the route.
The three-day fest
starts Friday at 10 a.m.
with in-store promotions.
(The popular “Art, Wine
and All That Jazz” foodand-wine pairing dinner
Friday night is sold out.)
Friday is also when attendees can exchange at
the chamber office each
pre-purchased ticket to
the festival for passes for
the weekend’s Main
Event, a wine glass, festival Passport Program and
10 wine-tasting tickets.
Demonstrating landscape
artist Laurel Sherrie will
be there, as will Cambria’s Cutruzzola Vine-
yards (pouring tastings).
Tickets and presale
ticket exchanges also will
happen Saturday at the
vets hall.
Throughout the event,
when a festivalgoer stops
at any of the 56 participating shops, the clerk is to
stamp the attendee’s passport. Each stamp is worth
one raf fle ticket. Five
more raffle tickets are given each time a festival
shopper buys something
worth $5 or more from a
participating merchant.
Raffle tickets must be
submitted by noon Sunday; the drawing following at 12:30 p.m. Raffle
gifts include the winners’
selection from donated
wines and art, and some
gift baskets and donations
were received from participating businesses.
According to chamber
Executive Director Mary
Ann Carson, 18 wineries
will pour tastes at the vets
hall Saturday, with
55 artists showing work.
The museum’s Satur-
day event (complete with
tent funded by the Cambria Tourism Board) includes five wineries and
one artist. A concurrent
event at the Joslyn Recreation Center features five
wineries and two artists.
Enter tainment and
shopping deals will be
plentiful throughout the
festival.
Some separate but related special dinner events
(not covered by the Main
Event tickets) will be held
Saturday night at Robin’s
restaurant, Indigo Moon
and Ragged Point.
An artists’ fair Sunday
includes 15 artists showing and selling, seven
wineries and a burger barbecue by the Coast Union
High School Interact Club.
Tickets to the raf fles
must be submitted by
noon Sunday; the drawing
follows at 12:30 p.m. Raffle gifts include the winners’ selection from
donated wines and art.
Winners need not be
present to win.
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Museum
will host
artist book
signing
Artist Pat Hunter will
autograph and sell her
newest release with
author Janice Stevens on
Saturday, Jan. 24, at in the
parlor of the Cambria Historical Society museum.
The book, titled “An
Artist and a Writer Travel
Highway 1 Central,” covers the local coastal area.
Hunter will also have
prints and note cards,
along with copies of their
last book “Remembering
the California Missions.”
The public also will be
able to purchase tickets at
the museum for the Historical Society’s Annual
Recognitions Banquet,
scheduled for Sunday
Feb. 22. The banquet at
the Cambria Pines Lodge
will feature speaker Dan
Krieger, Cal Poly history
professor emeritus and
The Tribune’s weekly historical columnist. Krieger
will speak about “Mission
Trails to La Playa: Cambria and the San Simeon
Ranchos of Missions San
Miguel Arcangel and San
Antonio de Padua.”
The backyard nursery
will have heirloom roses
and plants for sale, adjacent to the tent for the Art
and Wine Festival. Tickets for the Chamber of
Commerce event are
available in advance only
at the chamber’s office,
not the museum, located
at 2251 Center Street at
Burton Drive.
For information, call
Penny Church at 927-1442.
— Consuelo Macedo
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clearly elated Robinette
said after the launch. “We
came together and decided it’s much better to be
proactive than to run out
of water. We worked hard,
all of us together, and we
did it! It’s a community
effort, and the board and
district are privileged to
be a part of that.”
She grinned widely and
said, “It’s pretty darn
thrilling!”
According to Adeliano
Servellon, who has headed up the project for contractor CDM Smith, the
treatment on those first
gallons to officially enter
the process should have
taken about 30 minutes
before the permeate
water was automatically
injected through a well
and back into the ground
for its two-month subsurface journey toward the
district’s supply wells.
Some preliminarily
treated water is diverted to
the creek’s lagoon. Residual brine from the waterreclamation process flows
to a holding pond for the
lengthy evaporation procedure that’s nudged along
by a series of blowers that
spray the brine across the
surface of the pond.
Gruber had said previously that the plan during
a three-month testing period is to run the plant up
to 10 hours a day, four
days a week.
The board’s next meeting is set for 12:30 p.m.
Thursday, Jan. 29, at the
Veterans Memorial Building, 1000 Main St.
A continued public hearing about revising enhanced water conser vation measures, restrictions
on the use of potable
water and maximum
water-use allotments are
among the items on the
board’s agenda.
Engineering and Math) did
the rest.
It wasn’t easy.
The 17 youths who developed the project during
their meetings at Santa
Lucia Middle School had to
come up with slogans and
color schemes, then used
Photoshop to create the
designs.
“The challenge was
getting a good image on it,”
said Eder Ramirez, 12,
whose group eventually settled on a piggy bank and
the slogan “Save water
ever y day.” He said the
group originally wanted to
use the image of a bank
building and also considered a broken piggy bank
before settling on the intact
model shown on the banner.
Holly McHaffie, 13, and
her partner, Jackson Bruce,
created a banner with the
slogan “Jack & Jill had no
water.”
“The original design was
kind of long and had a lot of
words, and we had it going
horizontally,” she said,
adding that it was originally
in a comic-strip format. The
design had to change because the banner was vertical, and the words were
pared back to make the
message easier to read
from the road.
Bright colors and big letters were the order of the
day.
“I’d say they made a lot of
changes” as they went along,
said Giovanni Espinoza, a
ninth-grader who volunteered to help the students
with the project. “I came for
a couple of weeks, and I
would do tutorials on Photoshop. Some of the kids had
done some Photoshop, so
they were able to help each
other, which was cool.”
Volpa, who also teaches
at Santa Lucia, said she
also learned a lot.
Jan uary 22-28, 2015
“I didn’t know Photoshop,” she said after the students got to see the finished
product for the first time
earlier this month. “The
kids are so immersed in
technology every day, with
iPads — we’re an iPad
school — and computers
and video
games, they
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Volpa said
the students banners.
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two hours
brainstorming ideas, then
sketched them out on paper
and spent the next three
sessions working on them
in the computer lab. Dan
Har tzell, the Y’s Santa
Lucia site director, helped
ensure the images chosen
were the proper resolution
and that they would fit the
shape of the banners.
“Everyone sits down, and
you make a lot of mistakes,
and then you just figure it
out,” Volpa said.
She explained that the
STEM class, which meets
on Wednesdays, is part of a
full afterschool program
sponsored by the Y at Santa Lucia. Forty students are
enrolled in the effort, with
more on a waiting list. The
week’s scheduled calls for
Poetr y Club on Monday,
followed by Tech Club on
Tuesday, then STEM, Improv Club and a free day to
close out the week.
Students undertake a variety of tasks. For instance, another STEM activity challenged them to develop a
practical strategy for cleaning up an oil spill — helping
wildlife and accounting for
environmental impacts. One
Wednesday, the youths were
tasked with using 30 pieces
of paper and masking tape to
create a weight-bearing
structure. The structure able
to hold the most textbooks
was to be judged the winner.
The banner project was
the brainchild of CCSD
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Director Gail Robinette and
Scarecrow Festival founder/
organizer Taylor Hilden.
“I started last year wanting to do an outreach, a
partnership involving students and families,” Robinette said.
“We had some light posts
available for something.
The idea came up that
maybe we could put some
banners up. I said maybe
we could use the light posts
for banners, and maybe we
could have the students
design them.”
Five light posts on Main
Street were available, but
the students — who were
grouped into a half-dozen
teams — came up with six
ideas.
For tunately, Robinette
said, the group that had reserved the sixth post decided not to use it, freeing the
space up for the students’
sixth banner.
“I wanted to have
students and families become our partners, not just
in conserving, but in sustaining,” Robinette said.
“Let’s get into sustainable
solutions.”
The students at the unveiling were told that they’d
get an opportunity to attend
the Jan. 29 meeting of the
CCSD board, where their
ef for ts would be recognized.
The announcement was
met with excitement, not
least because it meant
they’d be able to get out of
school to attend.
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COMMUNITY NEWS
Two fundraisers set to help
Cambria man fighting cancer
Medical bills are
piling up for Hector
Melos, 18, who has
attended school and
worked in Cambria
By Kathe Tanner
The Cambrian
Two Cambria fundraisers — a Jan. 25 soccer tournament and a Jan. 31 chicken barbecue — are being
held to help pay for medical
treatment for Hector
Merlos, 18, who was diagnosed with testicular cancer Christmas Day, which
has metastasized.
He’s been going back
and forth between his
Cambria home and the
Stanford University Medical
Center, where he’s being
treated with chemotherapy.
Friends also have established the Hector Merlos
Benefit Fund at Rabobank.
Donations can be made at
any branch.
Merlos was a student at
Cambria Grammar and
Santa
Lucia
Middle
schools. He attended Coast
Union High School until his
senior year in 2012. He
then transferred to Loma
Vista Community School in
San Luis Obispo where he
graduated.
He worked in area motels,
including the El Colibri Boutique & Spa, and then at
Cambria Drug and Gift.
Merlos’ medical bills are
mounting quickly, even
though he is covered by
some health insurance, according to his parents and
friends.
His father, Salvador
“Chava” Aguilar, said his
son was to have returned to
Stanford for another round
of chemotherapy Friday,
YEAR
PAID VISITS
UNPAID VISITS
TOTAL VISITS
2012
2013
2014
641,129
689,865
724,409
27,128
28,362
29,998
668,257
718,227
754,407
County’s fortunes rise
along with Castle visits
The Cambrian
COURTESY PHOTO
FUNDRAISERS
SOCCER TOURNAMENT
The benefit soccer
tournament will be held from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Coast
Union High School, 2950 Santa
Rosa Creek Road on Sunday
Jan. 25, according to Merlos’
mother Susona Merlos. She said
various edibles and drinks will
be available, such as pizza,
carne asada and tacos.
For details, call her at
835-2168.
AMERICAN LEGION BARBECUE
American Legion Post
No. 432, Sons of the Legion and
Hector Merlos’ father, Salvador
“Chava” Aguilar, are sponsoring
a drive-through fundraiser
chicken barbecue from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Saturday Jan. 31, at
the post and the Veterans
Memorial Building, 1000 Main St.
The meal will include rice,
beans, salsa, bread and drink.
Tickets are available now for
$10 at the Legion hall, from
Aguilar and at a few other
locations. They’re selling fast,
Aguilar said Tuesday, Jan. 20,
but he expects some tickets
also will be for sale at the door.
For details, call him at
909-7616.
Jan. 16, but doctors said his
white-blood-cell count was
too low. San Luis Obispo
physicians will try to bolster that count so chemo
can continue, perhaps as
soon as Friday, Jan. 23.
Both parents said separately they are so grateful
for how the community has
rallied around their son and
the two families.
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HEARST CASTLE VISITS BY THE NUMBERS
By Kathe Tanner
Hector Melos was diagnosed with cancer on
Christmas Day. His medical expenses are rising.
THE CAMBRIAN
Attendance at Hearst
Castle has been on a steady
climb for the past couple of
years, with an 11.3 percent
increase in the total number
of visits in 2014 compared
with the 2012 figures.
What’s driving the upswing? For openers, the
state’s disastrous drought
brought mostly beautiful
weather for traveling to the
hilltop and the Central
Coast in 2013 and 2014.
“I think visitation is likely
up because of falling gas
prices and a general feeling
that the economy is improving,” Nick Franco, superintendent of the State Park
district that includes the
Castle, wrote in an email interview Friday, Jan. 16.
“People seem to be wanting to go out and take more
small trips,” he said.
The castle has continued
its additional “Building the
Dream” tour, and Franco
hopes to have “suf ficient
funding in the coming year
to continue that into next
summer. Our biggest issue
is the ability to continue to
hire enough new guides to
meet the demand.”
He said the castle is recruiting to ensure there’ll be
“a high-quality group of candidates to begin training this
spring” to fill out the ranks.
Business
A countywide cliché says,
“As Hearst Castle goes, so
goes San Luis Obispo County and the Central Coast.”
But are Castle visitors really staying in the area for a
while, at least overnight?
One measure of that is total-occupancy tax or TOT,
the extra fees lodgings
charge their guests and pay
to the county.
Kylee Jepsen is senior
communications coordinator for the Visit San Luis
Obispo County agency. Her
records show that the county’s TOT collections were:
• 2011-2012 fiscal year
(July 1-June 30): $6,600,912
• 2012-2013: $7,190,873
• 2013-2014: $8,278,369
A separate fee — 2 percent
of each bill — goes directly
to countywide and community-specific funds (in unincorporated areas) to promote
more overnight stays, known
colloquially as “heads in
beds” tourism.
For instance, a visitor who
spends the night in a
Cambria lodging would pay
an additional 1 percent of the
bill to the county’s Business
Improvement District fund,
and 1 percent to the Cambria
Tourism Board’s account.
According to county
records as reported by Nikki Schmidt of the Administrative Office, Cambria’s
1 percent of the add-on fee
came to $306,709 in 2012,
$340,201 in 2013 and
$280,314 for the first nine
months of 2014, bolstering
the community’s long-held
perception that the lodgings
in the small coastal town contribute a sizeable chunk of
the county’s TOT.
Charlie Yates is general
manager of Pacifica Hotels in
Cambria and a member of
the tourism board. He believes local lodging industry
statistics “mirror the increases at the Castle,” although he
couldn’t reveal specifics.
“It’s been a steady increase … and we’re really
positive about 2015,” he said.
He credited a number of
factors, including those
mentioned by Franco, but
also the “Cambria-San Simeon-Hearst Castle allure from
all the articles written nationally and internationally
over the past three years.”
Yates also said various
events contributed to the increases, such as: The
Amgen Tour of California bicycle race with stunning, internationally televised aerial
shots of the Castle and the
coast; the event, Sunset Savor
the Central Coast, and Sunset
Magazine’s repeated articles
featuring of the area as a
prime vacation spot; the Best
Buddies bike ride; and yes,
even the Lady Gaga video
production at the Castle.
“We really feel that the
partnership we’re forging
between Cambria, San Simeon, the Castle and the
Hearst Castle Theater … are
helping to bring us into the
tourism limelight,” he said,
and helping to re-establish
Hearst Castle as a true
tourism destination.
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COMMUNITY NEWS
THE CAMBRIAN
Elephant Seal News
Jan uary 22-28, 2015
Ch r i sti n e He i n r ic h s
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Beachmasters aren’t to be trifled with … but challengers will try
J
anuary at the Piedras
Blancas elephant seal
beach is a constant
soap opera. Newborn
pups are born, beginning their saga. Adult
male bulls vie with one
another for dominance, the
key to the
big prize of
mating with
the females.
Mothers
squabble
Christine
over territo- Heinrichs
ry and,
of Cambria
sometimes,
writes a
over pups.
monthly
Females
arrive daily, column on
elephant seals.
and births
happen frequently. More than 5,000
pups will be born in the
rookery this year, and anything can happen.
Some pups bond with attentive mothers and suckle
their way to 300 pounds.
But pups sometimes get
separated from their mothers, who may lose track of
them. The mother may be
distracted by another
mother or pup coming too
close for her comfort. The
mother may have to scoot
down the beach to escape a
bull thundering across the
sand to face a challenger.
Witnessing a birth is a
high point for visitors.
Many births occur within
easy viewing range, but it’s
not always easy to predict
who will have a pup next.
Docents try to point out
possible nativities, but it’s
never a sure thing. Even if
a female is contorting herself in ways that suggest
she’s straining to give
birth, the arrival may be
hours away.
Once birth begins, it’s
over within minutes. Look
for a female digging out
trenches on each side as
she shovels sand into the
air. A burst of water as the
amniotic sac breaks, then
a nose or flippers slipping
out. Pups may be born
head or flippers first.
Gulls indicate when a
birth has occurred, swarming around to eat the afterbirth. They clean it all up.
For them, it’s protein-rich
food, part of the biological
cycle.
Bulls presiding over a
harem of females with their
pups are called beachmas-
TOURS OFFERED
PHOTO BY CHRISTINE HEINRICHS
This beachmaster reigns in a moment of calm over a harem of mothers and their
pups. But when other males decide to challenge him, they had better watch out.
ters. Perfect name! See
them reclining in the midst
of the crowd, their long
noses flopped in the sand.
Less dominant bulls
sneak around the edges,
looking for the main chance
with one of the girls. It seldom works — the females
won’t mate until they come
into estrus (heat) at the end
of lactation. They bark their
objections, which soon
brings the wrath of the
beachmaster down on the
interloper.
Somehow, the less dominant bulls never get discouraged. They continue to
hang around and make advances, no matter how often they get chased.
Most dominance interactions consist of one bull
Green meals, carbon footprint to be discussed Sunday
Physician to speak at
Unitarian Universalist
afternoon gathering
What we eat affects not
only our own health but the
health of the Earth, according to San Luis Obispo ear,
nose and throat specialist
Lisa Molin.
At 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 25,
Molin is scheduled to launch
the 2015 Speakers Series for
Greenspace — The Cambria
Land Trust. She’ll explain
her stance at Unitarian Universalist Church, 786 Arlington Drive. A $5 donation is
suggested, and low-carbonfootprint refreshments will
be served.
A carbon footprint is the
amount of carbon dioxide
humans add to the atmosphere through daily lifestyle
choices. CO2 is a primary
greenhouse gas that many
scientists asser t is contributing to climate change.
Molin advocates buying
food at a farmers market
and purchasing a Community Supported Agricultural
farm share box, which she
considers ways to “green”
our meals and support local
food production.
CSA’s give subscribers a
box of sustainably produced fresh produce every
week, giving farmers continuing financial suppor t
and consumers delicious
vegetables, fruits and other
local products.
The doctor also recommends eating less meat and
less processed food to reduce the carbon footprint.
Consuming more fresh
products means less plastic,
paper, Styrofoam and cardboard in the landfills.
The nonprofit Greenspace is dedicated to protecting the local environment. Call 927-2866 for details.
— Kathe Tanner
challenging another by advancing toward him. One
or the other backs down
and moves away.
You’ll see a lot of that on
the beach, as one bull
moves forward, another
moves toward him, then a
third bull moves toward
the territory vacated by the
challenger.
Occasionally, displace-
Friends of the Elephant Seal
offers its annual Exploratory
and Rookery Tours, free
Saturday morning seminars on
elephant seal life and times.
Experts explain what’s going
on for 90 minutes and answer
questions, then the group heads
to the rookery for a tour. With
information fresh in mind, you
can observe the seals with a
more knowledgeable eye. Tour
leaders are there to answer more
questions that arise.
Meet at 9:30 a.m. for coffee at
Cavalier Plaza, 250 San Simeon
Avenue in San Simeon. Birthing
and nursing are the focus on
Saturday mornings in January. In
February, the focus is mating and
weaning.
ment doesn’t settle it, and
the bulls come to real
blows.
They bump their massive chests and rip and tear
with long canines at each
other’s chest shields — the
pink calloused skin around
their necks.
Christine Heinrichs’
column is special to The
Cambrian.
Sheriff’sLog
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From Jan. 12-18, there were 46 entries in the sheriff’s log for the
Cambria/San Simeon area. Reports were written on four, including:
Thursday, Jan. 15
3200 block of Main Street, 9:01 a.m.: Assist another agency.
Schoolhouse Lane and Eton Road, 2:29 p.m.: Someone cited after
traffic stop.
Friday, Jan. 16
2400 block of Burton Drive, 9:39 a.m.: Incident report about field
interview.
Sunday, Jan. 18
2200 block of Main Street, 8:50 p.m.: Someone arrested on misdemeanor charge of being drunk in public.
Jan uary 22-28, 2015
COMMUNITY NEWS
S c h o o l M at t e r s
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THE CAMBRIAN
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Ted Siegler
Trustee issues a progress report for Coast Unified School District
A
t the start of the
2012-13 school
year, American
Institutes for
Research (AIR),
a partner in the California
Comprehensive Center at
WestEd, identified six highperforming districts in
California. The districts’ success is a model from which
others across the state can
learn. Coast Unified was
one of the six.
Recently,
Sue Nash, a
district
trustee,
issued a report on a
Ted Siegler
sampling of
programs in- of Cambria
writes a
corporated
monthly
throughout
column on
the district.
education.
Arguably,
CUSD’s success stems in part from
these programs. Following
are excerpts from Nash’s
report.
• The November school
board meeting highlighted
the Peace Leaders from
Cambria Grammar School.
They led us in reciting the
Peacemakers’ Pledge, a
statement of philosophy so
strong that our Grammar
School alumni report that as
adults, they “make amends
and get back in the game.”
• Santa Lucia Middle
School students described
achievements in the afterschool YMCA program. The
YMCA’s award-winning
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documentaries and technical skills landed them an
invitation to film the Q&A
for the SLO Film Festival.
They have taught Cal Poly
students and teachers how
to better use technology in
the classroom.
• The Lions Club, the
Salvation Army and the
Slabtown Rollers (a local bicycle club) presented Santa
Lucia Principal Kyle Martin
with checks to fund two
new classes already being
taught: eighth-grade algebra
and environmental education, a new science class.
• Psychologist and Special Education Director
Adam Helfand thanked the
team that gives the compassionate help that students
need. From providing
speech therapy and occupational therapy to crafting individual educational plans,
these educators, aides and
health professionals give
their all to those in need.
• Superintendent Victoria
Schumacher and trustees
enjoyed a tremendous
Thanksgiving feast put on
annually by the students
and staff at Leffingwell High
School.
• Grant Phillips is leading
students on kayak expeditions at San Simeon Cove; a
“schoolroom” where you
might see an otter enjoying a
snack or a humpback
breaching. Students experi-
ence the magic of San Simeon Cove through scientific
information provided by the
Ocean Discovery Center’s
director, Dr. Carolyn
Skinder. Skinder’s programs,
aligned with the new Common Core standards, provide
a learning environment
unique to the Central Coast.
• High school Principal
Dr. Jonathan Sisson expressed his gratitude to
Cuesta College for a successful College Night that introduced students to avail-
able higher education. Students are being advised by
high school counselor
Cheryl Seay about the
Cuesta Promise, a scholarship that guarantees each
high school graduate in the
county the full year of tuition
for their first year at Cuesta.
• The tech team, led by
Henry Danielson and Dr.
Sisson, reported on plans to
update students’ iPads in
the most prudent way. They
continue a commitment to
have each student gain ex-
perience on PCs and Macs,
too.
• We also applauded
school libraries and the dedicated librarians and library
technicians. They help create avid readers by suggesting just the right books for
each student.
Nash expressed thanks to
the trustees — president
Del Clegg, Judith Hillen,
Cindy Fratto, newly elected
trustee Lesli Murdoch, and
retiring trustee Dianne
Brooke — as well as Shu-
macher and student trustee
Courtney Castle for their
leadership. This group sets
policy and is responsible for
the rich offerings in our
small district. The result of
their efforts is a district recognized for excellence, directly benefitting the young
people in their charge.
Ted Siegler’s “School
Matters” column is special
to The Cambrian. Email
suggested topics to him at
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Second fiddles make
beautiful music that
deserves to be heard
I
t was 7 p.m. on a Tuesday, my last-gasp deadline
for finishing my assignments. I had just inherited
an important story to do, with about 10 minutes
for research and writing. The topic was the decision made at an out-of-town governmental hearing
late that afternoon. I wasn’t there, because I had about
five other significant stories to write that day, and neither was another reporter who had been going to cover
the meeting but was pulled away for
another assignment.
Welcome to my job.
I hastily phoned and emailed some of
the people who attended the session. (I
love my cadre of sources!) They told me
what happened at the meeting, approxiKathe Tanner
mately how many concerned folks attend- writes for
ed, how many of them spoke and about
The Cambrian.
what.
I even found out who made the motion to approve the
action being discussed.
But nobody could remember who seconded the motion. Nobody.
Not even the motion maker.
Seconding a motion is like being the second child, the
silver medal winner, vice president or the guy who almost made it to the top of Mount Everest … an also-ran,
Costanza on “Seinfeld” or Doc on “Gunsmoke.”
And that’s not fair, you know. A motion without a second is an idea that’s all dressed up with no place to go.
The person who seconds the motion is the one who really takes it to the most important level: The vote.
Poor second banana.
Maybe it would be better to be third. At least then
you’re at the end of the sentence about the medal winners, and lots of people remember the very last thing
they read.
Please see SLICE, Page 10
OPINION
‘A good newspaper is a community talking to itself.’
Let te r s to th e Editor
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Fundraiser thanks
Kathe Tanner wrote a
great article about our
great-grandson, Phoenix
Wilkinson, who was born
with a severe compromised immune deficiency
syndrome (SCID), commonly called “bubble boy
syndrome.”
The name originated in
the ’70s when a boy,
David Vetter, was forced
to live 12 years in a plastic
bubble.
Following the article,
we received a call from
Katie Chasteen, manager
of the Westside Beauty
Supply at 2307 Theater
Drive (by Target), Paso
Robles. Katie read the article and felt a strong desire to do something for
our great-grandson,
Phoenix.
Chasteen decided to
hold a fundraiser, and on
Jan. 10, after bringing
many businesses on
board, raised more than
$3,000 for Phoenix and
made a raffle winner happy with $1,500, who very
generously donated back
a third of it.
We are very humbled at
the generosity of
Chasteen and her employers, who before this we
had never met. It is amazing what one caring soul
can accomplish, and we
would like to thank
Tanner and Chasteen, as
well as each one who participated in the fundraiser.
Donations are being accepted at any Heritage
Oaks Bank “For the Benefit of Phoenix Wilkinson.”
Don and Mary
Anderson
Cambria
Jan uary 22-28, 2015
Vi ew From Th e Beac h
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Hardly a triumph
I’d like to respond to recent letters to The Cambrian about Golden Rice.
Golden Rice (GR) includes a gene to produce
beta-carotene, inserted
through genetic engineering.
GR is intended to boost
Vitamin A intake for the
poor in countries such as
the Philippines, where the
primary food source is
rice.
Work to produce GR began in Europe in 1989,
supported in part by the
Rockefeller Foundation.
More recently, work was
transferred to the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) in the Philippines.
In March 2014, IRRI announced additional work
must be done to produce
a GR for government approval. Meaning: Proponents of GR have spent 25
years and millions of dollars with no GR in use and
no diets improved by it.
This is hardly a triumph
of genetic engineering.
Consider this: Had
some of the dollars spent
on the development of GR
been spent instead providing beta-carotene-rich
fruits and vegetables, at
least some people would
have been helped. And, if
GR is ever put into production, it will do little to
fight poverty — the root
cause of Vitamin A deficiency GR is intended to
alleviate.
For more information,
please read Golden Rice
Myths by Dr. Michael
Hansen (http://perma
culturenews.org/2014/03
BY ART VAN RHYN
In which our little town reacts to possible copyright
infringement.
/27/golden-rice-myths).
Jesse Arnold
Cambria
Why cut down trees?
The state is in a severe
drought that has impacted
the entire county. Not all
areas have been impacted
evenly.
No one can predict
when or if the drought will
cease. Yet the powers that
be allow building to continue with the ridiculous
solution to offset water
use by cutting down trees.
Some have presumptuously expressed the idea
that the water problem is
not as bad as they have
been led to believe, and
also areas least impacted
by the drought should be
allowed to continue to
build. They are gambling
the drought will reverse
itself before the water
availability here is in dire
crisis. What has happened
to old-fashioned common
sense?
Since this is the first
time such a situation has
existed, it might be prudent to wait and see what
happens before any further building is allowed.
Because water is a limited
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Ji l l Tu r n bow
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Pacific Coast Wine Trail provides a tasteful adventure
ow fortunate we are to
H
live in this beautiful
community, especially we
wine lovers! Did you know
that you can enjoy some
fine wineries and tasting
rooms without driving all
the way to Paso Robles?
Just follow the Pacific
Coast Wine Trail.
From San Simeon to
Morro Bay, nine wineries
have come together to promote the beauty of the
Central Coast and diversity
of its wines. Each boutique
winery features wines produced in small lots from local vineyards.
“It’s been fun working together to create a unique
experience for North County visitors,” said Maria Stolo
Bennetti, general manager
at Stolo Family Winery.
“These award-winning
wines, coupled with our
picturesque trail, are going
to put us all on the map,”
added Todd Clift, owner
and winemaker at Moonstone Cellars.
Beginning in San Simeon, you can drop by Hearst
Ranch Winery, directly
across from the gates of
Hearst Castle. Hearst
Ranch shares a space with
Sebastian’s Deli, along with
some breathtaking ocean
views.
Entering Cambria from
the north, three tasting
rooms can be found on
Main Street: Black Hand
Cellars, with its mysterious
Mafia ties (ask Tom about
that!); Moonstone Cellars,
where there’s a party every
day; and Twin Coyotes,
owned by twin brothers
who’ve put their own
unique twist on their wines.
Venturing up Santa Rosa
Creek Road, you’ll reach
Stolo Family Vineyards.
The beautiful tasting room
is located on a thriving
with the winemakers,” Saturday, Jan. 24, at Indigo
Moon Restaurant. This
event is in conjunction with
the Cambria Art & Wine
Festival. Chef Jay Somers
will prepare a delectable
multi-course dinner, paired
with wines from all nine locations.
Tickets are $100 per person and available at Moonstone Cellars or on
www.PacificCoastWine
Trail.com
The weekend of Feb. 21
and 22, the Pacific Coast
Wine Trail will host its
first-ever Passport Weekend to benefit the Marine
Mammal Center of San
Luis Obispo. Grab a pass-
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vineyard where you can relax and enjoy their handcrafted, estate-grown
wines.
Just south of Cambria is
Harmony Cellars, in the
tiny town of Harmony, population 18. Harmony, the
largest and oldest of the
coastal wineries, offers
guests a variety of wines, a
gourmet gift shop and hilltop patio perfect for
picnicking.
Keep heading south, and
you’ll find Cayucos Cellars,
a fun, family-owned winery
in Cayucos. You can drink
a flight of whites, big reds
and blends beachfront.
The trail continues into
Morro Bay, home to two of
the newest wineries on the
trail, Chateau Margene and
Cuatro Dias.
Chateau Margene is a
well-established winery
that has recently moved its
tasting room from Vineyard Drive in Templeton to
the Morro Bay Embarcadero.
Cuatro Dias opened a
tasting room inside the old
Miner’s Hardware building
on Highway 41. Owner
Greg Allen named his winery for the “four days” he
has off from his job as an
Los Angeles firefighter.
If you would like to meet
the winemakers all at once,
plan to attend a “Pacific
Coast Wine Trail dinner
The weekend of Feb. 21 and 22, the Pacific Coast
Wine Trail will host its first-ever Passport
Weekend to benefit the Marine Mammal Center
of San Luis Obispo. Each winery will be offering
special food and wine pairings, discounts and fun.
port at any of the nine
wineries and follow the
trail. Each winery will be
offering special food and
wine pairing, discounts and
fun. Those who collect a
stamp from all nine wineries by March 15 will be eligible to win a Wine Weekend Lifestyle Package including accommodations,
dining and more wine.
There’s so much to see
and do along the coast. No
need to stray far from
home to enjoy Central
Coast wines.
See you on the trail.
Jill Turnbow is in charge
of Pour Relations at Moonstone Cellars, but Cambrians might also know her
from her many stage appearances at SLO Little
Theatre, Allied Arts, and
the Pewter Plough Playhouse.
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OPINION
THE CAMBRIAN
David Lee Odell
David Lee Odell, 86, of
Harmony passed away on
Jan. 10, 2015, in San Luis
Obispo.
David Odell was an invaluable member of California’s health care system for
many years. He worked for
Olive View Hospital, UCLA
Harbor Medical Center, and
USC LAC General Hospital
during the course of his career as a Hospital Administrator. He also served as the
director of Health and Human Services in Alameda
and Orange County, and
was President of the California Hospital Association.
David was not only a Health
consultant here at home,
but also worked internationally.
David and his wife, Betty,
were able to enjoy many
years of traveling the world
together, visiting more than
30 countries. Their favorite
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travel destination had always been Bali, Indonesia,
where David had a hospital
consulting job that lasted
many years.
After retirement, the
Odells moved from Southern California to the Central
Coast, where David continued to be an active member
of the health care system,
serving on the Health Commission Board and Board
for the Homeless.
David enjoyed the company of friends and family; he
was a sports enthusiast and
avid tennis player. David is
survived by his wife of 61
years, Betty Odell, and two
daughters, Karen Morgan
of Albuquerque, N.M., and
Kim Mulligan of Templeton.
He is also survived by six
grandchildren: Nathan
Wilkes, Kyle Wilkes, Nisha
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Jan uary 22-28, 2015
Slice
could stay up later, and —
from my younger vantage
point — she had a lot more
From Page 8
control over her own life.
Fiction, I know. But
And then there is sibling
that’s how it seemed to me
birth order.
In a way, I grew up as an at the time.
However, being second
only child, the youngest of
banana wasn’t nearly as
two kids and the baby in a
bad as being the “little kid”
trio of relatives.
in a group of three.
Confused yet? Try it
Kate also has a nephew,
from my side.
I am the only offspring of John, who is four years oldmy mother, who was an on- er than she is. We three
weren’t together all that ofly until she was 19, when
ten, although his Long
her half sister Kate was
Island home base wasn’t all
born two years before I
that far away from southwas.
In some ways, Kate and I eastern Westchester
County, where Kate and I
were as close as many sisters, but we didn’t have the grew up.
But, as my kids love to
daily sibling battles about
tell me, car travel wasn’t as
sharing the toothpaste,
easy in the dark ages.
fighting over who got to
Whenever John, Kate
use the shower first or
even sharing school experi- and I were in the same
household, mayhem often
ences each night — she
ensued. Two against one.
was in a private school.
Guess who was usually
Even so, I got a taste of
the “one.”
what it was like to be secIt never failed, whether
ond fiddle.
we were playing Scrabble,
Kate always got to do
croquet or hide-and-seek,
things I couldn’t or wasn’t
fighting over the dictionary
allowed to do. She got the
or the last cookie. Two
gifts I wanted that weren’t
against one. Monkey in the
yet “appropriate for a girl
middle. Third fiddle.
your age” or were too exAnd it never ends. That’s
pensive for our budget. She
Letters
restaurants, a Walking
Bunch, bird watchers and
lawn bowling.
From Page 8
There is dancing every
resource and a basic need, Sunday at the Las
the supervisors need to im- Cambritas Restaurant at 1
plement an immediate
p.m. And for your early cup
building moratorium.
of coffee there is the
Any other action puts the Village Bean.
county in a precarious posiIn San Simeon, there is
tion.
the San Simeon Bar and
This should not be.
Grill and the renowned
Hearst
Castle, which has
Susan Levine
world famous painting and
Templeton
where, once a year, people
get dressed up in period
Tour of Cambria
costumes.
Cambria is a wonderful
Cambria also has a very
place to live, with many fine active Lions Club, which
features some fine speakers at meetings that occur
ICYMI: In case you missed it, find
Tuesday nights at 8 p.m.
Coast Union High has a
archived Letters to the Editor
sports program that has
online at thecambrian.com.
OK. I’m getting my revenge. These days, when
I’m feeling sibling evil, I
send them birthday cards
that flaunt the fact that
now, when it really matters,
I’m still younger than they
are.
But back to that lastminute assignment I had to
write about the meeting I
hadn’t attended.
Did I ever find out who
seconded the motion? Yes.
I was so doggedly determined to find the answer
that to find out, off deadline, I watched an interminable video of the meeting, which I hadn’t had
time to do in researching
for the 11th-hour, deadline’s-here writing of the
story.
But my hard-fought discovery never made it into
print. Sorry, second fiddle.
Maybe next time.
Kathe Tanner is a reporter for The Cambrian
and The Tribune. Her
“Slice of Life” column
appears biweekly. Email
her at [email protected]
news.com and follow her on
[email protected]
every sport you may want
to watch.
Tin City, located near our
hardware store, has every
tool you might need.
And right in back of
those businesses are places
to get your car lubricated,
and body work is available,
too.
The walk on the East
West Ranch, which I do
seven days a week and
where I see 40 or so
Cambrians a day, is great
fun, and you get some exercise too.
And in the back of the
Cambrian newspaper,
there are many people who
paint and do repairs on
your homes.
Clive Finchamp
Cambria
DATES & DATA
Jan uary 22-28, 2015
THE CAMBRIAN
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THISWEEK
THURSDAY
Story time for preschoolers.
10:15 to 10:45 a.m. Thursdays.
Ages up to 6 welcome. Cambria
Library, 1043 Main St. 927-4336.
FRIDAY
Cambria Farmers Market. 2:30 to
5:30 p.m. Fridays. Sponsored by
Cambria Lions Club. Veterans
Memorial Building parking lot,
1000 Main St. Cambria. 924-1260.
Adventures With Nature. Rain or
bad weather cancels outdoor
activities. 772-2694 or
www.ccspa.info.
• Hike the Coon Creek Loop.
9:30 a.m. Hike on the Rattlesnake
Flat and Coon Creek trails. Meet in
the Montaña de Oro State Park at
the end of the Pecho Road in the
Coon Creek parking lot. 3 miles,
2-3 hours.
SATURDAY
Beach Clean Up. 9 a.m. to noon.
Bring water, gardening gloves and
buckets or reusable bags. Montaña
de Oro Sand Spit. 544-1777.
Adventures With Nature. Rain or
bad weather cancels outdoor
activities. 772-2694 or
www.ccspa.info.
• White’s Point Vistas. 11 a.m.
A short, but steep walk to view
the estuary and learn about the
forces that have created this
watery world that serves as home
to hundreds of marine and terrestrial animals. Meet at Morro Bay
Natural History Museum entrance.
0.5 mile,
45 minutes.
• Black Hill Trail. 2 p.m. Walk
the most accessible of the volcanic sisters, learn their history
and enjoy a panoramic view of
the surrounding geography from
atop the hill. Meet at the overlook
parking lot above Morro Bay Golf
Course. 0.5 mile,
1-1.5 hours.
Jude Johnstone in Concert.
7:30 p.m. Cambria Center for the
Arts, 1350 Main St., Cambria. $20.
805-8190.
SUNDAY
Adventures With Nature. Rain or
bad weather cancels outdoor
activities. 772-2694 or
www.ccspa.info.
• Los Osos Oaks Reserve.
10 a.m. Shaded stroll through
ancient forest. See native plants
and evidence of Chumash habitation, learn colorful historical background. Meet at reserve entrance,
0.7 mile east of South Bay
Boulevard on Los Osos Valley
Road. 1 mile, 1.5 hours.
• Plant of the Month —
Fuchsia-Flowered Gooseberry. 2
p.m. A short walk to see the first
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flowers of the new year. Learn
about their habits. Meet at the
north end of 15th Street in Los
Osos. 1 mile, 1.5 hours.
Jude Johnstone in Concert.
3 p.m. Cambria Center for the
Arts, 1350 Main St., Cambria. $20.
805-8190.
MONDAY
Adventures With Nature. Rain or
bad weather cancels outdoor
activities. 772-2694 or
www.ccspa.info.
• Mind Walk — Serpent in Eden:
Early Colonial Impacts on the
Human Ecology of Coastal
California. 10:15 a.m. A presentation addressing the early colonial
impacts on coastal native
Californians and their environmental relationships. The current
assumption will be challenged,
and alternative interpretations
entertained. Veterans Memorial
Building, 209 Surf St., Morro Bay.
$3. 1.5 hours.
Cambria’s Rough Writers. 1 to 4
p.m. Creative writing group meetings. Guests with a serious interest
in writing are welcome. Joslyn
Recreation Center, 950 Main St.,
Cambria. Go to www.Rough
Writers.org, then email Rough
[email protected] to set a date.
Line Dancing. Mondays. Beginner
class at 5:30 p.m., no experience
or partner required. Latin, contemporary, country western.
Learn to dance and exercise at
the same time. $2. Ongoing class
at 6:15 p.m., $5, or take both classes for $5. Veterans Memorial
Building, 1000 Main St., Cambria.
903-3241.
TUESDAY
The Cambria Chorale meets for
rehearsals from 9 to 11:15 a.m.
Tuesdays and periodically from
1:30 to 3 p.m. Fridays. All singers
welcome. Joslyn Recreation
Center, 950 Main St., Cambria.
927-2989.
WEDNESDAY
The Cambria Walking Bunch.
9:30 a.m. Wednesdays. Meet at
Shamel Park, Cambria. darlene
[email protected]
Cambria Couples Dance and
Social Club. 6 to 9 p.m. second
and fourth Wednesdays. Live
music and a potluck dinner.
Joslyn Recreation Center,
950 Main St., Cambria. 927-0527.
STAGE
Pewter Plough Playhouse
Readers’ Theatre. 7:30 p.m. Jan.
24; 3 p.m. Jan. 25. “84 Charing
Cross Road.” Pewter Plough
Playhouse, 824 Main St., Cambria.
$10. 927-3877, www.pewterplough
playhouse.org.
Photography. Through Feb. 12.
Seven Sisters Gallery, 601
Embarcadero, No. 8, Morro Bay,
772-9955.
“For the Birds.” Paintings, photography, drawings and 3D work.
Through Feb. 23. Morro Bay Art
Gallery, 835 Main St. 772-2504.
TALENT CALL
ART
ONGOING
Don Doubledee. “Morning Walk.”
Mixed media. Through Jan. 29.
Gallery at Marina Square,
601 Embarcadero, Suite 10,
Morro Bay. 772-1068.
Kathleen VanHyfte. “Painting in
Paradise.” Acrylic painting.
Through Jan. 29. Gallery at
Marina Square, 601 Embarcadero,
Suite 10, Morro Bay. 772-1068.
Bob Kennedy and Mike Weakley.
“Two Photographers, Two
Perceptions.” Photography.
Through Feb. 1. Cambria Center
for the Arts, 1350 Main St.,
Cambria.
Margaret Ambrosavage.
“Horizons.” Pastel. Through Feb. 4.
Cayucos Art Gallery, foot of the
pier. 995-2049.
Ronnie Goyette. “Fleeting
Moments — New Works.”
San Luis Obispo’s Concerts in
the Plaza series is accepting
applications for bands to perform
from 5 to 8 p.m. Fridays, June 12
through Sept. 11 at Mission Plaza.
The deadline for submission is
4 p.m. Jan. 30. Applications can
be found at www.DowntownSLO
.com.
PLANAHEAD
Adventures With Nature. Rain or
bad weather cancels outdoor
activities. 772-2694 or
www.ccspa.info.
• Quarry Trail to Morro Vistas.
9 a.m. Jan. 31. Participants will
hike to the foot of Cerro Cabrillo
to view quarry site and learn
about formation of the Morros.
Explore seasonal wildflowers and
enjoy vistas of the Chorro Valley.
View the web of estuary waters on
the return. Meet at Quarry
Trailhead off South Bay Boulevard.
3 miles, 2.5 hours.
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May you be amazed: All for awe, and awe for all
“Try to see more of your
world in this way, as if you
are seeing it for the first
time, perhaps through the
eyes of a child if not a caveman. Beginner’s mind, Zen
mind. If you’re not amazed,
you’re not paying attention.”
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more willing to volunteer
Sometimes words spark
touch with ourselves, retheir time to help others,
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they work. Sometimes they
“People increasingly rematerial goods.”
port feeling time-starved,
I believe we move so fast don’t, but that’s OK!
Go to an art museum.
which exacts a toll on
and think we are learning
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so much that we don’t allow ourselves to be open to look at the stars. Meditate
and notice how many
all the possibilities life has
to offer. Experiencing awe, thoughts are going
through your mind at once
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it, to let tears come, to let
yourself laugh out loud, to
pay attention to yourself
and your place in it.
“Fleeting and rare, experiences of awe can change the
course of a life in profound
and permanent ways.”
— Dacher Keltner of UC
Berkeley and Jonathan
Haidt of New York University, (“Approaching Awe, A
Moral, Spiritual And Aesthetic Emotion”)
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DATES & DATA
Jan uary 22-28, 2015
PLACES TO GO
Cambria Historical Museum.
Local and regional history in the
former Guthrie-Bianchini House, a
home dated from 1870. Rotating
exhibits and displays. Bookstore
with gifts and mementos, nursery
with heirloom plants. Corner of
Burton Drive and Center Street.
1 to 4 p.m. Friday through
Sunday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday.
Free admission, but donations
welcome. Museum and gardens
available for small parties, meetings and other events. 927-2891,
www.cambriahistoricalsociety.com.
Hearst Castle. Daytime tours,
daily, $25 adults, $12 children
(5-12 years old). 800-444-4445,
www.hearstcastle.com.
Piedras Blancas Light Station
Tours. Sept. 1 to June 14:
Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays. June 15 to Aug. 31:
Mondays through Saturdays.
Meet at 9:45 a.m. at the former
Piedras Blancas Motel, 1.5 miles
north of the lighthouse. $10 for
adults, $5 for ages 6-17, no fee for
5 and younger. Call 927-7361 to
make arrangements for groups of
10 or more; no tours on federal
holidays. 927-7361. Artist paintout days. Second Wednesdays.
$10. To make arrangements, call
927-8574.
SENIORS
Adult day care. Care and enrich-
ment for clients and respite for
families and caregivers. 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays,
Cambria Adult Resources,
Education and Support (CARES),
at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church,
2700 Eton Road, Cambria.
927-4290.
Senior Nutrition Program lunch,
11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday
through Friday at St. Paul’s
Episcopal Church, 2700 Eton Road.
$2.75. 927-1268.
Free transportation around
Cambria for seniors and the disabled on the Cambria Community
Bus on weekdays. Weekly trips to
Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo;
monthly trips to Paso Robles,
Templeton and Atascadero. Call
927-4173 from 9 to 11 a.m. two
days before the day a ride is
needed.
Free health screening is offered
monthly by the Community Action
Partnership to anyone 18 years
old and older, including monitoring blood pressure, pulse and
weight and a finger-prick blood
test for anemia, diabetes and high
cholesterol. No appointment is
necessary for the screening.
9:30 a.m. to noon the second
Monday of each month at St.
Paul’s Episcopal Church, 2700 Eton
Road, Cambria.
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Belly dancing. A soft aerobics
workout for the abdomen and
spine. Classes are offered two
Fridays a month from 5 to
6:15 p.m. at the Joslyn Center,
950 Main St. Free to members.
785-0476.
Cambria Lawn Bowls Club meets
at 9 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays,
Fridays and Saturdays. Free lessons are offered for all ages.
Joslyn Recreation Center,
950 Main St., Cambria. 924-1696,
559-281-6633, or email
[email protected]
Cambria Writers’ Workshop
meets from 9:30 a.m. to noon
Wednesdays at the Joslyn
Recreation Center, 950 Main St.
Anyone serious about writing and
publishing can come and bring
original unpublished works. No
charge. Guests are welcome. Call
Ivon at 927-8172 for details.
Drop-in Tennis. All skill and age
levels welcome. 9 to 11 a.m.
Saturdays and Sundays at Coast
Union High School, 2950 Santa
Rosa Creek Road. Sponsored by
the Cambria Tennis Club.
GymOne, 1266 Tamson Drive,
Suite 101. 927-4961.
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Observations
Pleasant, sunny winter day.
Clear and cool.
Ditto. Repeat. Another lovely day. Where’s the rain?
Sun’s out again, sky is blue, air temp is ideal. For summer.
Some high clouds; warmer.
Light fog off and on at the beach; partly cloudy, humid.
Mostly clear with high clouds.
CCSD Water Quality Control Plant, 5500 Heath Lane, northeast side of Park Hill.
2
Whispering Pines, London Lane, east of Top of the World, Lodge Hill
January rainfall: 0.02”1, 0.07”2. 2013-14 rain season to date: 9.38”1, 8.97”2.
Weather Service forecast (as of Tuesday): Thursday: Sunny. Highs from the mid-60s to around 70 at the
beaches; mid-70s to around 80 inland. Thursday night and Friday: Mostly clear. Lows in the low to
mid-40s. Highs in the 70s. Friday night: Mostly clear. Lows in the mid-40s to around 50. Saturday
through Sunday night: Clear. Highs from around 70 at the beaches to the upper 70s inland. Lows in the
mid-40s to mid-50s. Monday: Sunny. Highs from the mid-60s to around 70 at the beaches to the mid- to
upper 70s inland.
Updated forecast: www.thecambrian.com.
CCSD’s San Simeon Creek wells averaged 20.49’ on Jan. 12, up 0.36’ from 20.12’ on Jan. 5.
CCSD’s Santa Rosa Creek SR4 well measured 51.50’ on Jan. 12, down 1.90’ from 53.40’ on Jan. 5.
CCSD’s WBE monitoring well measured 4.98 on Jan. 12, up 0.35’ from 4.63’ on Jan. 5.
www.gymonecambria.com.
Activities include:
• Introduction to Spinning.
10:30 a.m. Tuesdays and
Thursdays. Gentle introduction to
indoor cycling. Participants can
build muscle and cardio
endurance.
• Yoga — All levels welcome.
Hatha, 9:30 a.m. Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays. Flow,
12:15 p.m. Wednesdays, 7:30 a.m.
Saturdays, 10 a.m. Sundays.
Gentle, noon Tuesdays and
Thursdays.
• Active Aging — older adult
exercise: Senior Sneakers, 11 a.m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays; 1:30 p.m. Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
Joslyn Recreation Center, home
to more than a dozen clubs. All
club members must be Joslyn
Recreation Center members
$35 annual membership fee.
950 Main St. 927-3364,
http://joslyn rec.org,
Labyrinth and Meditation
Garden. Daylight hours daily.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; lower
level, 2700 Eton Road, Cambria.
Free. 927-3239, www.stpauls
cambria.org.
Mahjong. 1 to 4 p.m. Mondays at
classes, 9 a.m. to noon Tuesdays.
“Art Is Fun” classes, 2 to 5 p.m.
Thursdays, free shuttle to the Morro
Bay bus. Admission: $15 per session. Jacque Brackett, 927-5965.
Mind-body movement class
using elements of martial, dance
and healing arts. 5 to 6 p.m.
Fridays. All ages. Instructor:
Calico Hauser. $8. Joslyn
Recreation Center, 950 Main St.,
Cambria. 927-5405.
Yoga with Joanna: Call 927-YOGA
(9642) for schedule.
Pickleball. The club welcomes
drop-in play for all those interested. 8 a.m. Sundays, Tuesdays and
Thursdays on the back two tennis
courts at Coast Union High
School, 2950 Santa Rosa Creek
Road. Enter through side gate by
baseball diamond, not through
front tennis courts. Information:
909-9000.
Zumba. Latin-based music dance
for fitness. 4 to 5 p.m. Tuesdays,
5 to 6 p.m. Thursdays, 7:30 a.m.
Fridays. Admission: $3 for class
members, $5 for guests. Gym One,
1266 Tamson Drive, Suite 101.
927-4961, www.gymone
cambria.com.
Shorin-ryu karate. Children,
8 to 14 years old, 5:30 to 6:30
p.m.; adults, 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays. $25 a
month. 927-5856.
Stretch and tone: Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays at
9 a.m. and Tuesdays and
Thursdays at 8 a.m. at the
Veterans Memorial Building,
1000 Main St. No classes offered
on the fourth Thursday of each
month. Cost: $6 a class or $45
monthly. 927-4550.
Watercolor “Yes You Can”
Jan. 23
Jan. 24
Jan. 25
Jan. 26
Jan. 27
Jan. 28
Jan. 29
Low tide Height
High tide Height
4:47 a.m. 1.7
10:48 a.m. 6.0
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12:17 a.m. 4.9
6:25 p.m. -0.5
11:41 a.m. 5.4
6:52 a.m. 1.5
1:04 a.m. 5.0
7:11 p.m. 0.1
12:40 p.m. 4.8
8:08 a.m. 1.4
1:55 a.m. 5.1
8:00 p.m. 0.8
1:51 p.m. 4.1
9:33 a.m. 1.2
2:50 a.m. 5.2
8:56 p.m. 1.4
3:19 p.m. 3.6
10:58 a.m. 0.9
3:49 a.m. 5.3
10:01 p.m. 1.9
5:01 p.m. 3.3
12:11 p.m. 0.4
4:49 a.m. 5.4
11:11 p.m. 2.2
6:33 p.m. 3.4
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1:09 p.m. 0.0
7:43 p.m. 3.6
Sunrise: 7:11/7:07a.m. Sunset: 5:22/5:29 p.m.
First-quarter moon: 8:49 a.m. Jan. 26
Yoga with Patti. Yoga Flo at
4:30 p.m. Mondays, Joslyn
Recreation Center, 950 Main St.
927-1661.
Recreation and Education listings appear the first Thursday of
each month; Help Is Available
listings on the second Thursday;
undated Club Meeting information on the third Thursday; and
Volunteers Needed listings on
the fourth Thursday. Want your
listing to appear here? Items
for Bulletin Board should be submitted at least a week before the
requested publication date. Email
items (fliers are welcome) to
[email protected];
drop by The Cambrian at 2442
Main St.; mail to PO Box 67,
Cambria CA 93428; or fax to
927-4708.
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the Joslyn Recreation Center,
950 Main St., Cambria. $1 donation
to the center and a $3 purse buyin. Visitors welcome. Sharon,
927-5155.
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View from fishing boat
Seal, porpoise, bird, whale, fishing
They catch, I just fish
— Thomas Pope
Send haikus to
[email protected]
Gas Prices
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Gallon of regular gas (Jan. 20):
Cambria Chevron
$3.19
Diesel $3.59
Cambria General Store $3.17
Cambria Shell
$3.19
Diesel $3.59
Atascadero Circle K
$2.45
MORE LISTINGS AT WWW.SANLUIS
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AGENDA
THE CAMBRIAN
Unless indicated, all meetings are
open to the public. Some are
available for later viewing on
Charter Cable channel 21. Check
www.slo-span.org
THURSDAY, JAN. 22
County Planning Commission.
9 a.m. Board of Supervisors
Chambers, County Government
Center, 1055 Monterey St., San
Luis Obispo. 781-5600. www.slo
county.ca.gov/planning.htm.
Agenda includes: Hearing to
consider removing mini-storage
warehouse facilities as an allow-
able use on land zoned residential multifamily. Study session on
the county’s Renewable Energy
Streamlining Program, designed
to encourage development of
certain renewable energy projects in suitable, inland unincorporated areas of the county. On
TV: Cablecast on Charter Cable
Channel 21, replayed at 6 p.m.
Thursday and Monday.
TUESDAY, JAN. 27
County Board of Supervisors.
9 a.m. County Government
Center, 1055 Monterey St., San
Jan uary 22-28, 2015
PublicMeetings
————————————
Luis Obispo. 781-5450. www.slo
county.ca.gov/bos. Agenda
includes: Hearing to consider
forming special taxing district
and set an election for road
improvements to Leonard Place.
On TV: Live on Charter Cable
Channel 21. Replayed at 6 p.m.
Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. Sunday. On
the Web: http://bit.ly/UFW1Z3.
Cambria Community
Healthcare District Board of
Trustees. 6 p.m. Rabobank,
1070 Main St. 927-8304.
www.Cambria-Healthcare.org.
Agenda includes: Quarterly
budget review; review lease with
Community Health Center of the
Central Coast; discuss vehicles
that respond to 911 calls; consider capital reserve resolution;
approve billing agreement with
new vendor; review 2015 goals
and current committee assignments; resolution supporting “Go
Red for Women” February campaign about women’s heart
health. Closed session at the
beginning of the meeting, to discuss an employee evaluation of
Administrator Bob Sayers and
status of employee litigation
against the district.
THURSDAY-FRIDAY,
JAN. 29-30
Regional Water Quality Control
Board. 8:30 a.m. Santa Barbara
County Offices, Supervisors’
Board Hearing Room, fourth
floor, 105 East Anapamu St.,
Santa Barbara. 549-3147.
www.waterboards.ca.gov/central
coast. Agenda includes: Report
on drought conditions; report on
Low Impact Development
requirements (on-site stormwater management approach for
development projects, using site
design and decentralized
stormwater control measures).
County Planning Commission.
See AGENDA, Page 17
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ARTS&EVENTS
THE CAMBRIAN
15
Cabar-esque series punctuates CCAT’s season
2015 IN THE THEATER
Jude Johnstone is
the first of 4 featured
performers in this
year’s lineup, which
begins this weekend
By Steve Provost
The Cambrian
Singer-songwriter Jude
Johnstone will be the debut
performer in a new series at
Cambria Center for the Arts
Theatre, titled Cabar-esque.
Cambria’s Johnstone will
perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, and 3 p.m. the
following day at the center.
Tickets, priced at $20, are
available at the center or
online through www.brown
papertickets.com.
Johnstone’s songs have
been covered by artists including Laura Branigan,
Emmylou Harris, Bette Midler, Johnny Cash, Bonnie
Raitt and Stevie Nicks. The
Johnstone-penned song
“The Woman Before Me”
was a No. 1 hit on country
ar tist Trisha Year wood’s
debut release.
Nancy Green, theater director for CCAT, said the
idea for the Cabar-esque series came from close at
hand.
2015 IN THE GALLERY
• Jan. 8-Feb. 1 — Photography
show: Bob Kennedy and Mike
Weakley.
• Feb. 5-March 1 — “Color and
Light,” Live Johnson and Robert
Lahr. Opening reception Feb. 7
• March 3-22 — Youth Art Show.
• March 26-May 3 — Spring
Juried Show: Cultural Heritage.
Opening reception March 27.
COURTESY PHOTOS
Famed mime Robert Shields, above, will perform a
single show in September as part of the Cabar-esque
series at Cambria Center for the Arts Theater. Jude
Johnstone, right, will kick off the series with a pair of
concerts Saturday, Jan. 24, and Sunday, Jan. 25.
“We did a cabaret: My
daughter and I had worked
up a little act,” Green
recalled.
That led to the idea of putting on occasional performances at the theater.
“It’s kind of an experiment to see how the town
handles it,” Green said,
adding that she’s optimistic
about the results: “I think it
will draw because it’s music,
and people love to be entertained with music.”
Johnstone’s concert at
CCAT will be her last in
North America for at least a
few weeks. Beginning Feb. 6,
she’ll play a series of concerts in the Netherlands,
Sweden and Germany. Her
• May 5-31 — “Petals & Palettes,”
Cambria Garden Club. Opening
reception May 6.
• June 4-July 5 — “Junk Art,”
found object art of Richard
Morriss. Opening reception
June 5.
• July 9-Aug. 2 — “Coastal
Impressions,” Linda Huggins and
Gayle Sewell. Opening reception
July 10.
• Aug. 6-30 — “Soft & Spicy, a
Blending of Two Artists,” Sally
Seago and Page Graeber. Opening
reception Aug. 7.
• Sept. 3-Oct. 4 — “Words in
Art,” Annie Lawrence,
calligrapers. Opening reception
Sept. 4.
• Oct. 8-Nov. 15 — Fall Juried
Show. Opening reception Oct. 9.
• Nov. 19-Jan. 3, 2016 — “Little
Gems for the Holidays.” Opening
reception Nov. 20.
sixth and latest release, bring his talent as a mime to
“Shatter,” in 2013 includes 11 the stage in Cambria.
Shields started out worktracks and is available from
ing as a street mime and
BoJak records.
per forming at the HollyMime’s appearance
wood Wax Museum at age
Three other shows are 18. He discovered by Marplanned for the 2015 Cabar- cel Marceau, who offered
esque season, including a him a full scholarship to his
one-night-only appearance school of mime in Paris.
Shields soon returned to
by mime Robert Shields, famous as half of the Shields California, where he worked
in San Francisco, and met
and Yarnell mime duo.
Shields, who lives in Se- Yarnell. The pair were feadona and spends the month tured in their own comedyof September in Cambria variety show, “The Shields
each year, will per form and Yarnell Show,” on CBS
in 1977, and appeared on
Sept. 26.
Shields, credited with de- more than 400 national televeloping “The Robot” mime vision shows in the United
technique (made famous in States. Shields also wrote
his duo with Lorene their television special
Yarnell), approached CCAT “Toys on the Town,” which
last year with an of fer to received an Emmy award.
• Jan. 24, 25 — Cabar-esque: Jude
Johnstone in concert, 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 24 and 3 p.m. Jan. 25.
• March 14, 15 — Cabar-esque:
MaryAnne Anderson & Steve
McCann, “Tribute to Steve and
Edie,” 7: 30 p.m. March 14 and
3 p.m. March 15.
• April 17-May 3 — “Death Trap.”
Preview April 17; Fridays and
Saturdays, 7:30 p.m.; Sundays,
3 p.m. Opening gala, 5:30 p.m.
Sunday, April 19.
• July 31-Aug. 23 — “Evita.”
Preview July 31. Fridays and
Saturdays, 7:30 p.m.; Sundays,
3 p.m. Opening gala, 5:30 p.m.
Aug. 2.
• Sept. 12, 13 — Cabar-esque:
“Helen Mandlin, Chanteuse: A
Musical Memoir,” 7: 30 p.m.
Sept. 12 and 3 p.m. Sept. 13.
• Sept. 17-20 — “Three Sopranos
and a Piano: Seasons,” Friday and
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday,
3 p.m.
• Sept. 26 — Cabar-esque: Robert
Shields, mime, one show only.
• Oct. 16-Nov. 8 — “Vanya & Sonia
& Masha & Spike.” Preview Oct. 16.
Fridays and Saturdays, 7:30 p.m.;
Sundays, 3 p.m. Opening gala,
5:30 p.m. Oct. 17.
The two were married
from 1972 to 1986; Yarnell
died in 2010.
The two shows rounding
out this year’s Cabar-esque
schedule are:
• March 14, 15 — Mary
Anne Anderson and Steve
McCann will present “A
Tribute to Steve and Eydie.”
Anderson is a Cambria resident who has lived in
Please see CCAT, Page 17
16
THE CAMBRIAN
SPORTS
BASKETBALL ROUNDUP
Coast Union boys in control
Jan uary 22-28, 2015
High School Soccer
—————————
Boys and girls
varsity teams defeat
Dunn School, head
into home stretch of
league competition
By John FitzRandolph
Special to The Cambrian
The Coast Valley League
basketball season is in its
final weeks, and while Coast
Union’s boys hold down first
place in league play at 5-0,
they also are playing well
against nonleague foes.
On Friday, Jan. 16, Gehrig
Kniffen picked up 18 points
and dished out seven assists
as the Broncos defeated
Dunn School 55-23. Jack
MacKinnon scored nine
points, Auggie Johnson
chipped in with seven points
and
center
Nahum
Hernandez grabbed 13 rebounds for Coast Union.
Kniffen talked about the
Broncos’ success.
“Our team dynamic this
year has been really good,”
he said. “Ever yone is accepting their role, and a lot
of the sophomores have
come on to become really
good shooters. Plus we have
guys providing good
defense.
“Jez Lawson has become
a monster this year on the
court, really carr ying us.
Nahum Hernandez has
been helping us on the
boards, rebounding like
crazy; so we don’t have a
bunch of superstars, but we
have a good team dynamic
where everyone helps the
team win,” Kniffen said.
The senior guard said var-
PHOTO BY MERLE BASSETT
Senior midfielder Remy Corbet scored the only goal
in Coast's 1-1 tie Saturday, Jan. 17, against Santa
Maria. Here Corbet controls the ball against
Tranquillity earlier this season.
Boys shut out; girls
battle to a 1-1 draw
Remy Corbet scores the only goal of the
game for Lady Broncos on a penalty kick
By John FitzRandolph
Special to The Cambrian
PHOTO BY MERLE BASSETT
Sophomore guard Jack MacKinnon scored nine points against Dunn School
on Jan. 16. The Broncos won the nonleague contest 55-23.
sity coach Bobby Youngs
has done a good job keeping
the players sharp in practice: “We practice at game-
time speed. We practice a lot ally proud of the sophoof shooting, so when we mores, the way they play:
step on the court for a game
we’re ready for it. We’re re- See HOOPS, Next Page
The boys varsity soccer
team was blanked 2-0 by
Cabrillo on Saturday,
Jan. 17, bringing their season record to 7-7-1.
Head
coach
Luis
Plasencia said the team
made mistakes on defense
early in the game and
couldn’t recover.
Meanwhile, the girls varsity played a make-up
game against Santa Maria
on Saturday, and ended up
with a 1-1 tie. Senior Remy
Corbet scored the Lady
Broncos’ only goal on a
penalty kick. Because of
several key injuries, Coast
Union’s offense is suffering, head coach Tamara
Corbet said.
“We are working on
making adjustments,”
Corbet said.
The next home game for
the boys soccer team is at
4 p.m. Jan. 26 against
Cabrillo High School of
Lompoc.
The girls play 5:30 p.m.
at home Friday, Jan. 30,
against Midland High
School of Los Olivos.
Jan uary 22-28, 2015
ETC.
THE CAMBRIAN
Hoops
Agenda
They have stepped up to the
plate at a higher level than
last year.”
On Tuesday, Jan. 20, Kniffen led the team with 19
points in the Broncos’ 65-45
win at Shandon.
The next home game for
the boys is against secondplace Valley Christian Academy, set for 6:30 p.m. Jan. 30.
The Broncos defeated Valley
Christian earlier this month.
9 a.m. Board of Supervisors
Chambers, County Government
Center, 1055 Monterey St., San
Luis Obispo. 781-5600.
www.slocounty.ca.gov/
planning.htm. As of Monday,
Jan. 19, no Cambria, San
Simeon or Harmony issues
were on the agenda. On TV:
Cablecast on Charter Cable
Channel 21, replayed at 6 p.m.
Thursday and Monday.
From Previous Page
From Page 14
GIRLS
Coast Union 38, Dunn 32
Coast Union’s girls basketball team defeated Dunn
School 38-32 Friday, Jan. 16,
but head coach Emilie Foster wasn’t satisfied.
“We should have won by a
lot more: We should have
won by 20 points,” Foster
said, adding that the girls
were not physical enough
against the Earwigs.
Interviewed after the Lady
Broncos’ morning practice
on Monday, Jan. 19 —
Martin Luther King Day —
Foster said, “Our practice today was all about being physical.”
“It’s not just about being
physical under the boards,”
she stated. “We need to be
more physical everywhere
on the court. (Dunn School)
did everything but put a red
bow on the basketball. We
need to spend more energy
going after the ball.”
Rima Panchal led Coast
with 11 points against Dunn,
and Reagan Kniffen added
10 points. On Tuesday, Jan.
20, Kniffen scored 20 points
CCAT
From Page 15
Europe and Brazil.
A singer, songwriter, poet
and playwright, she speaks
and sings in several languages.
During these performances, she’ll be accompanied by
PHOTO BY MERLE BASSETT
Junior guard Rima Panchal led Coast Union with 11 points against Dunn
School on Friday, Jan. 16. Coast Union won the game 38-32.
to help Coast (3-1 in the
Coast Valley League) to a 4534 win over Shandon; Crystal Nunez added 14 points in
that game.
The next home game for
the Lady Broncos is set for
6:30 p.m. Jan. 30, against Valley Christian Academy.
suffered a tough loss against
Flamson Middle School of
Paso Robles on Tuesday,
Jan. 13.
The Warriors were down
to six players (an injury, an
ineligibility and a family
emergency depleted the roster), and the result was a 5033 loss.
MIDDLE SCHOOL
However, Coach Ayen
The Santa Lucia Middle Johnson said, the team
School boys basketball team “fought hard” in the defeat.
McCann and several local
jazz musicians.
• Sept. 12, 13 — Singer
Helen Mandlin presents “So
Far … A Musical Memoir.” A
New Yorker who calls herself
a part-time permanent resident of Cambria, Mandlin
spent her summers during
college doing musical theater
in summer stock. She has
performed
at
Reno
Sweeney’s
Greenwich
Village and has performed
her cabaret act in various
New York City clubs.
Also coming at CCAT
Other events coming at
Cambria Center for the Arts
Theatre include the following performances in the Fa-
Johnson added that seventhgrader David Amodei had a
big game in a losing cause,
scoring 21 points.
Santa Lucia was scheduled
to host a tournament this
week.
The girls basketball team
at Santa Lucia Middle
School is beginning its season, and results of those
games will be covered in
The Cambrian.
mous Jazz Artist Series.
• Feb. 1 — Flugelhornist
Dmitri Matheny with bassist
Dylan Johnson and drummer Paul Kreibich.
• Feb. 15 — Saxophonist
Tim Armacost and his Standards Quartet.
• March 8 — Pianist
Terry Trotter with bassist
Dylan Johnson and drum-
Cambria Community Services
District Board of Directors.
12:30 p.m. Veterans Memorial
Building, 1000 Main St. 9276223. www.cambria csd.org.
Draft agenda includes:
Continued public hearing
about revising enhanced water
conservation measures,
restrictions on the use of
potable water and maximum
water-use allotments; 2012-13
fiscal year financial audit presentation; consider when to
start levying the operational
rates for the emergency water
supply project, especially during the plant’s three-month
test period; review 2014 and
2015 board goals, objectives
and committee assignments;
possible bylaw changes and
likelihood of holding occasional evening CCSD meetings;
agreement with Friends of the
Fiscalini Ranch Preserve about
donations and merchandise
sales on the preserve; presentation to students who created
banners to encourage sustainable conservation practices
(along with Dan Hartzell, director of Cambria’s YMCA after
school program, Shawna Volpa
and community volunteer
Taylor Hilden). Adjourn to
mer Darrell Voss.
• March 22 — Guitarist
Frank Potenza with bassist
Luther Hughes.
• April 5 — Solo piano
concer t with Grammy
Award-winner Gill Cunliffe.
Tickets to performances
in the Famous Jazz Artist
Series are $20 for each performance or $30 for both by
17
closed session to confer with
labor negotiators on the contract for Cambria Firefighters/
International Association of
Firefighters 4635 (Cambria Fire
Department). On TV: Charter
Cable Channel 21,
6 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. Saturday,
6 p.m. Monday and 9 a.m.
Thursday. On the Web:
http://bit.ly/slospanccsd.
Cambria Community Services
District Board of Directors.
12:30 p.m. Veterans Memorial
Building, 1000 Main St.
927-6223. www.cambriacsd.org.
Tentative agenda includes:
Report actual costs to date of
emergency water system; discuss how to allocate the $4.3
million in state drought grant
funds; consider not levying the
operational-expense surcharge
for the emergency water supply project during the plant’s
three-month test period;
review 2014 and 2015 board
goals and objectives; possible
bylaw changes and likelihood
of holding occasional evening
CCSD meetings. On TV: Charter
Cable Channel 21, 6 p.m. Friday,
9 a.m. Saturday, 6 p.m. Monday
and 9 a.m. Thursday. On the
Web: http://bit.ly/slospanccsd.
MONDAY, FEB. 2
North Coast Advisory
Council Traffic and Land Use
committees meet concurrently. 3 p.m. Rabobank, 1070
Main St. 927-1662. www. north
coastadvisorycouncil.org.
TUESDAY, FEB. 3
Parks, Recreation and Open
Space Commission of the
Cambria Community Services
District. 10 a.m., Veterans
Memorial Building dining hall,
1000 Main St., Cambria.
927-6223.
an artist, with tickets available at the box office in the
center’s gallery or on the Internet at brownpaper
tickets.com.
The CCAT gallery is open
from 1 to 4 p.m. Thursdays
and Fridays.
Hours are 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.
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Jan uary 22 - 28, 2015
THE CAMBRIAN
Y M C A C O N S E R VAT I O N B A N N E R S
After-school program
lets students educate
Cambria about water
Pictured are five of the six banners (the other is
seen on Page 1) designed by students in the YMCA
program to encourage water conservation. The
banners were put up on Main Street this month.
• Top left: Principal Kyle Martin and Cambria
Community Services District Director Gail Robinette
display a banner featuring the image of Uncle Sam.
• Above: Jorge Merced, Eder Ramirez and Jose Diego
show off their banner, with its message “Save water
every day.”
• Near left: Martin unfurls a banner created by
Braedon Riley (pictured), along with students Gary
Lyons and Darian Jewel (not shown).
• Far left-center: Fabian Garcia, Juan Garcia and
Claudio Romero designed a banner that proclaims
“Every Drop Counts.”
• Far left, bottom: Christian Castillo, Carson Woeste
and Caden Linn urge Cambrians to “keep calm and
save water.”
CAMBRIAN PHOTOS BY STEVE PROVOST
Jan uary 22 - 28, 2015
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Jan uary 22 - 28, 2015
Silvers, Jim
The Original CAMBRIAN PHONE BOOK LISTINGS at your fingertips.
RENTAL SERVICES
2415 Village Lane, Unit E,
CMB 927-5511
540 Atascadero Rd., MB
772-3335
604 Main St, CMB
927-3000
Oasis Equipment Rentals
CMB 927-0323
barbarasnydercambria.com
Aron Hill Vineyards
The Real Estate Company
of Cambria
2080 Main St., CMB
927-3200
www.TheRECC.com
Vandenheuvel, Kelly —
Broker Associate, GRI
Patterson Realty
471-1046
Cell: 471-1046
www.centralcoastsales.com
VanDuzer, Mac
Sand Shell Realty, Associate Broker
555 Main St, CMB.
927-1511
Cell: 909-7630
www.REcentralCoast.com
Warren, Rick
Coldwell Banker Kellie & Assoc.
746-A Main St., CMB
927-8616
Cell: 395-0668
Warren, Sue
Coldwell Banker Kellie & Assoc.
746-A Main St., CMB 927-5270
or 927-8616
Cell: 769-6339
Whitfield, Gregg
The Real Estate Office
555 Main St, CMB
Home Office: 927-1604
Cell: 235-7412
www.RealtorCentralCoast.com
Williams, Kellie - Owner/
Broker
Coldwell Banker Kellie &
Associates Real Estate
702 Main St., CMB
927-2269
www.CambriaRealEstate.com
Williams, Sheron
Gold Coast Realty
723 Main St., CMB
927-3883
Cell: 674-3160
www.goldcoastrealtyonline.com
Wilson & Co. Sotheby’s
International Realty
3590 Broad Street, Suite 130,
SLO 543-7727
WilsonandCoSIR.com
REMODELING
A.D.S Corporation Richard D. Low, Jr.
Architect/General Contractor
788 Arlington St., CMB
927-8138
Built-Rite Construction
CMB 440-5970
Kelly Cannon Construction
Serving Cambria Since 1985
CMB 927-0232
Robin’s Restaurant
4095 Burton Dr, CMB .
927-5007
www.robinsrestaurant.com
Sand Shell Realty
555 Main St, CMB
927-1511
Home Office: 927-1735
www.sandshellrealty.com
Snyder, Barbara, Real
Estate Broker
THE CAMBRIAN
Oasis Equipment Rentals
RESTAURANTS
3745 Highway 46 West,
TMPLTN
805-434-3066
Cell: 805-610-5751
www.aronhillvineyards.com
Black Cat Bistro
1602 Main St, CMB 927-1600
www.blackcatbistro.com
Black Hand Cellars
766 Main St., Suite B, CMB
Cell: 712-WINE
www.blackhandcellars.com
Cambria Beer Company
Micro-Brewery & Tap Room
821 Cornwall, CMB
203-5265
www.CambriaBeer.com
Cambria Cafe
2282 Main St., CMB
927-8519
Cambria Pines Lodge
2905 Burton Dr., CMB 927-4200
www.cambriapineslodge.com
Cambria Pub & Steakhouse
4090 Burton Dr., CMB.
927-0782
www.TheCambriaPub.com
Dragon Bistro
Chinese Restaurant
2150 Center St., CMB
927-1622
Indigo Moon Cafe
1980 Main St., CMB
927-2911
JBJ’S Roundup Pizza &
Grub
815 Main St, CMB
927-4115
JJ’s Pizza
2380 Main St, CMB.
927-3084
Las Cambritas
2336 Main Street, CMB
927-0175
Linn’s Easy as Pie Café
4251 Bridge St,, CMB .
924-3050
Linn’s Restaurant
2277 Main St,, CMB
927-0371
Lombardi’s Pasta & Pizza
4158 Bridge Street, CMB
927-0777
Madeline’s Restaurant
788 Main St., CMB
927-4175
www.madelinescambria.com
Manta Rey Restaurant
9240 Castillo Dr, SS 924-1032
www.mantareyrestaurant.com
Moonstone Beach Bar
& Grill
6550 Moonstone Beach Dr,
CMB 927-3859
www.moonstonebeach.com
Sandy’s Deli & Bakery
Tea Cozy
4286 Bridge Street, CMB
927-8765
Treebones Wild Coast
Restaurant and Sushi Bar
927-2390
www.treebonesresort.com
Wild Ginger
2380 Main St., CMB
927-1001
www.wildgingercambria.com
RETIREMENT LIVING
Cambria’s Senior Solutions
2150 Main St., Suite 8, CMB
927-1051
www.cherishcarecambria.com
Cherish House Assisted
Living (Two Homes)
Lic #405801566,
Lic #405801741
1155 Warren Road & 1405
Berwick Drive, CMB.
927-1051
www.cambriaassistedliving.com
ROOFING
CenCal Roofing
Lic# 369343
2030 Main St., MB .
772-6808
www.cencalinc.com
RUBBER STAMPS
Paws On Main
816 Main St., Suite C, CMB
927-PAWS (7297)SCHOOLS
Cambria Grammar School
3223 Main St, CMB 927-4400
www.coastusd.org/cusd/cusd_012.htm
Cambria Montessori
Learning Center
FPCS - A California Public
Charter School
CMB 927-2337
[email protected]
www.cambria-montessori.org
Coast Unified School
District Office
1350 Main St, CMB 927-3891
www.coastusd.org
Coast Union High School
2950 Santa Rosa Crk. Rd.,
CMB 927-3889
www.coastusd.org/cusd/cusd_010.htm
Leffingwell Continuation
School
2820 Santa Rosa Creek Rd.,
CMB 927-7148
www.coastusd.org/cusd/cusd_009.htm
Santa Lucia Middle
School
2850 Schoolhouse Lane,
CMB 927-3693
www.coastusd.org/cusd/cusd_011.htm
SCREENS
Poly Pro Window & Door
www.polyprowindow.com
CMB 927-POLY (7659)
SEAMSTRESS
TOWING
Bernadene Morgan
Cambria Towing
CMB 927-0237
SENIOR LIVING
Cambria’s Senior Solutions
4363 Bridge St.,
CMB 927-HELP (4357)
TRACTOR SERVICES
2150 Main St., Suite 8, CMB
927-1051
www.cherishcarecambria.com
Big Tree- Buddy Campo Big Tree Lic #967479
Lic #405801566,
Lic #40580741
1155 Warren Road & 1405
Berwick Drive, CMB
927-1051
www.cambriaassistedliving.com
Clint Winsor & Hounds
Construction —
Cherish House Assisted
Living (Two Homes)
Senior Living Consultants
805 Aerovista Place #103,
SLO 545-5901
www.SeniorLivingConsultants.com
SHARPENING
Spartan Precision John Poulos
CMB 927-5307
SHEET METAL
D. Lafferty Heating
2515-H Village Lane, CMB .
927-4487
SIGNS
Art Ink Signs & Graphics
Jen Mathieson (Cannella)
CMB 927-5907
SPAS/SWIMMING POOLS
Spa Guy
CMB 927-5611
[email protected]
STEREO
Coast Electronics
510 Quintana Road, MB
772-1265
STONE
Cambria Rock
2000 San Simeon Creek Rd,
CMB 927-1685
TAX PREPARATION/SERVICES
Debra Jones, CPA
CMB 927-1982
George G Ross CPA PFS CFP
2350 Main Street, MB
772-2808
www.georgerosscpa.com
Preferred Tax Service
792 Arlington, CMB.
Cell: 748-7952
Singer, Lynne F. CPA
4070 Burton Dr, Suite 5, CMB
927-2507
Tamara L. Corbet, EA
909-1210
TELEVISION - AUDIO/VIDEO
Coast Electronics
510 Quintana Road, MB .
772-1265
TILE CONTRACTORS
Cannon Custom Tile
Serving Cambria Since 1985
Lic. # 589903
CMB 927-0232
Marathon Tile
P.O. Box 668, CMB 927-4746
2075 Main Street, CMB
927-2277
Cell: 550-2525
License# 863869
CMB 927-7268
TRANSPORTATION/TAXI SERVICES
Cambria Community
Council Bus
P.O. Box 486, CMB .
927-4173
TRAVEL AGENCY
Gulliver’s Travel
81 Higuera St., Suite 150, SLO.
541-4141
www.slogull.com
San Simeon Travel
1253 Knollwood Cir, Suite 102,
CMB 927-4696
TREE SERVICES
Big Tree
Buddy Campo, License #967479
2075 Main Street, CMB
927-2277
Cell: 550-2525
Cambria Pines Tree Service
Dennis White
927-4414
Cell: 434-8287
McCormick’s Tree
CMB 927-1749
North Coast Tree Service
Lic #736407
Tim Radecki P.O. Box 2, CMB
927-8525
Cell: 235-1889
www.northcoasttree.com
Sigurdson’s
Tree & Landscape
Maisons de Cambria
Vacation Rentals Deborah Berk, Owner
1912 Pierce Ave, CMB
927-0306
www.maisonsdecambria.com
Scenic Coast Property
Management
www.sceniccoastrentals.com
712 Main St, CMB
927-6163
www.cambriacoastrentals.com
The Pickford House
2555 MacLeod Way, CMB
1-877-300-4449
www.thepickfordhouse.com
Cambria Animal Medical
Center
Ennis J. Ogorsolka, DVM
2501-A Village Lane, CMB
927-7000
www.CambriaAnimalMedicalCenter.com
Cambria Veterinary Clinic
1500 Main St., CMB 927-9700
www.cambriavet.com
VIDEO
All American Video &
Electronics
1306 Tamson Dr., CMB
927-5162
aavideocambria.com
WATCH REPAIRS
Once Upon a Tyme
Watches & Watch Repairs
555 Main St., CMB 927-5554
WATER
Culligan
355 Quintana Place, MB
927-8165
www.kitzmanwater.com
Riptide Alchemy
CMB 927-3357
www.riptidealchemy.com
WEBSITE DESIGN
AzureFire Web & Graphic
Design
CMB 223-5430
805 706 2812
www.azurefire.com
UPHOLSTERY
WEDDING SERVICES
Harry’s Fine Quality Upholstery
1312 Main St., MB 772-6156
Bridal Artistry
T-Line Upholstery
Shay Jacobsen
2150 Main Street, Suite A, CMB
707-771-9238
Auto and Furniture
CMB 909-8350
Cell: 909-8350
Center for Spiritual Living
2535-C Village Ln, CMB.
927-4065
Linn’s Admin Office /
Catering / Cakes
Village Upholstery
VACATION HOMES/RENTALS
Big Red House
370 Chelsea Lane, CMB
927-1390
www.thebigredhouse.com
Breen Vacation Station
768 Main St, CMB
927-1303
Toll-Free: 800-927-1303
www.BreenVacationStation.com
Cambria Vacation Rentals
784 Main St., Suite A,
CMB 927-8200
www.cambriavacationrentals.com
Debbie Markham
Photography
CMB 235-7151
www.debbiemarkhamphotography.com
Harmony Wedding Chapel
Town of Harmony
HMY 927-1028
www.HarmonyChapel.net
Old Santa Rosa Chapel
2353 Main St.; P.O. Box 316,
CMB 927-5212
www.santarosachapel.com
Robin’s Restaurant
4095 Burton Dr, CMB
927-5007
www.robinsrestaurant.com
WEED ABATEMENT
Buddy Campo,
License #967479
2075 Main Street, CMB
927-2277
Cell: 550-2525
Clint Winsor & Hounds
Construction —
Lic# 863869
CMB 95 927-7268
Mike Rice- Since 1984
Lic#859364
P.O. Box 204, CMB
927-3310
WELDING
The Bodyman
2531 F Village Lane, CMB
927-5436
WINDOW CLEANING
Cambria Window Cleaning
Andy Loveless
1900 Saint James Road, CMB
927-8876
Cell: 927-0880
Jose Reveles Repair &
Service
Lic#0705566
P.O. Box 1665, CMB
927-5473
Cell: 909-7187
Paradise Professional
Window Washers
Bob & Jonathan Herzog
CMB 927-5251
Cell: 748-5315
[email protected]
WINDOW COVERINGS
Bonded Electric Systems
CMB 927-2607
www.ComeToYourCenter.org
MB 772-3302
Cell: 435-640-1895
www.bondedsystems.com
2415 Village Lane, Suite A, CMB
927-1499
linnsfruitbin.com
2535-C Village Ln, CMB
927-4065
927-3488
P.O. Box 171, CMB 927-8040
WEDDINGS
WINDOWS
A Central Coast Wedding
Central Coast Glass
Reverend Judith Peterson
CMB 927-2222
ACentralCoastWedding.com
Cambria Bride & Finery
CMB 927-0237
Cambria Pines Lodge
2905 Burton Dr., CMB 927-4200
www.cambriapineslodge.com
Village Upholstery
WINDOW WASHING
Jon Boon-Jones
440 Quintana, MB
772-5080
Estero Glass
1560 Main St., MB
772-2288
www.EsteroGlass.com
Poly Pro Window & Door
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www.polyprowindow.com
CMB 927-POLY (7659)
WINE SHOPS
Indigo Moon Cafe
1980 Main St., CMB .
927-2911
Fermentations
2306 Main St., East Village,
CMB 927-7141
www.fermentations.com
WINE TASTING
Aron Hill Vineyards
3745 Highway 46 West,
TMPLTN 434-3066
Cell: 805-610-5751
www.aronhillvineyards.com
Black Hand Cellars
766 Main St., Suite B, CMB
927-9463
Cell: 712-WINE
www.blackhandcellars.com
Fermentations
2306 Main St., East Village, CMB
927-7141
www.fermentations.com
Harmony Cellars
3255 Harmony Valley Rd., HMY .
927-1625
Fax: 927-0256
www.harmonycellars.com
Hearst Ranch Winery
A Legacy of Quality
442 SLO San Simeon Rd., SS
927-1400
www.HearstRanchWinery.com
Madeline’s Wine Shop
788 Main St., CMB
927-0990
www.centralcoastwineshop.com
Moonstone Cellars
801 Main St., CMB
927-9466
Stolo Family Vineyards
& Winery
3776 Santa Rosa Creek Rd.,
CMB 924-3131
www.stolofamilywinery.com
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2020 Main St., CMB
927-9800
www.twincoyotes.com
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4210 Bridge Street, CMB
927-3280
www.cambriayarn.com
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Gym One
1266 Tamson Drive, Suite 101,
CMB 927-4961
www.gymonecambria.com
Raw Curry Yoga
Vivian Curry
4251 Bridge Street, CMB .
610-2548
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NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE TS No. CA-14-620771-JP Order No.: 733-1400406-70
YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED 8/24/2004. UNLESS YOU
TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING
AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. A public auction sale to the highest bidder for cash, cashier’s check drawn on a state or national bank, check drawn by
state or federal credit union, or a check drawn by a state or federal savings and loan association, or savings association, or savings bank specified in Section 5102 to the Financial
Code and authorized to do business in this state, will be held by duly appointed trustee.
The sale will be made, but without covenant or warranty, expressed or implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances, to pay the remaining principal sum of the note(s) secured by the Deed of Trust, with interest and late charges thereon, as provided in the
note(s), advances, under the terms of the Deed of Trust, interest thereon, fees, charges
and expenses of the Trustee for the total amount (at the time of the initial publication of
the Notice of Sale) reasonably estimated to be set forth below. The amount may be greater on the day of sale. BENEFICIARY MAY ELECT TO BID LESS THAN THE TOTAL
AMOUNT DUE. Trustor(s): Terry Mc Veigh and Noreen Mc Veigh, husband and wife
as community property Recorded: 8/30/2004 as Instrument No. 2004076552 of Official
Records in the office of the Recorder of SAN LUIS OBISPO County, California; Date of
Sale: 1/29/2015 at 11:00:00 AM Place of Sale: In the breezeway adjacent to the County
General Services Building located at 1087 Santa Rosa St., San Luis Obispo, CA
93408 Amount of unpaid balance and other charges: $534,609.06 The purported property
address is: 364 LANCASTER ST, CAMBRIA, CA 93428 Assessor’s Parcel No.: 022-292008 NOTICE TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS: If you are considering bidding on this property
lien, you should understand that there are risks involved in bidding at a trustee auction.
You will be bidding on a lien, not on the property itself. Placing the highest bid at a trustee
auction does not automatically entitle you to free and clear ownership of the property. You
should also be aware that the lien being auctioned off may be a junior lien. If you are the
highest bidder at the auction, you are or may be responsible for paying off all liens senior
to the lien being auctioned off, before you can receive clear title to the property. You are
encouraged to investigate the existence, priority, and size of outstanding liens that may exist on this property by contacting the county recorder’s office or a title insurance company,
either of which may charge you a fee for this information. If you consult either of these resources, you should be aware that the same lender may hold more than one mortgage or
deed of trust on the property. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNER: The sale date shown on
this notice of sale may be postponed one or more times by the mortgagee, beneficiary,
trustee, or a court, pursuant to Section 2924g of the California Civil Code. The law requires that information about trustee sale postponements be made available to you and to
the public, as a courtesy to those not present at the sale. If you wish to learn whether your
sale date has been postponed, and, if applicable, the rescheduled time and date for the
sale of this property, you may call 714-730-2727 for information regarding the trustee’s
sale or visit this Internet Web site http://www.qualityloan.com , using the file number assigned to this foreclosure by the Trustee: CA-14-620771-JP . Information about
postponements that are very short in duration or that occur close in time to the scheduled
sale may not immediately be reflected in the telephone information or on the Internet Web
site. The best way to verify postponement information is to attend the scheduled sale. The
undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the property address or
other common designation, if any, shown herein. If no street address or other common
designation is shown, directions to the location of the property may be obtained by sending a written request to the beneficiary within 10 days of the date of first publication of this
Notice of Sale. If the Trustee is unable to convey title for any reason, the successful
bidder’s sole and exclusive remedy shall be the return of monies paid to the Trustee, and the successful bidder shall have no further recourse. If the sale is set aside
for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the
Mortgagee, or the Mortgagee’s Attorney. If you have previously been discharged
through bankruptcy, you may have been released of personal liability for this loan in which
case this letter is intended to exercise the note holders right’s against the real property only. As required by law, you are hereby notified that a negative credit report reflecting on
your credit record may be submitted to a credit report agency if you fail to fulfill the terms
of your credit obligations. QUALITY MAY BE CONSIDERED A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE
USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Date: Quality Loan Service Corporation 411 Ivy Street
San Diego, CA 92101 619-645-7711 For NON SALE information only Sale Line: 714730-2727 Or Login to: http://www.qualityloan.com Reinstatement Line: (866) 6457711 Ext 5318 Quality Loan Service Corp. TS No.: CA-14-620771-JP IDSPub #0075332
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T.S. No.: 9448-4659
TSG Order No.: 1617052 A.P.N.: 065-032-052 NOTICE OF
TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED
02/22/2007. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY
BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE
OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. NBS
Default Services, LLC, as the duly appointed Trustee, under and pursuant to the power of
sale contained in that certain Deed of Trust Recorded 02/26/2007 as Document No.:
2007013289, of Official Records in the office of the Recorder of San Luis Obispo County,
California, executed by: CHERISE RENEE HANSSON, A SINGLE WOMAN AND TRAVIS
LEAGE, A SINGLE MAN AS JOINT TENANTS , as Trustor, WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (payable in full at time of sale by cash, a
cashier’s check drawn by a state or national bank, a check drawn by a state or federal
credit union, or a check drawn by a state or federal savings and loan association, savings
association, or savings bank specified in section 5102 of the Financial Code and authorized to do business in this state). All right, title and interest conveyed to and now held by
it under said Deed of Trust in the property situated in said County and state, and as more
fully described in the above referenced Deed of Trust. Sale Date & Time: 02/06/2015 at
11:00 AM Sale Location: In the breezeway at the entrance to the County General
Services Building located at 1087 Santa Rosa Street, San Luis Obispo, CA The street
address and other common designation, if any, of the real property described above is
purported to be: 465 WHIDBEY STREET, MORRO BAY, CA 93442 The undersigned
Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the street address and other common designation, if any, shown herein. Said sale will be made in an "AS IS" condition, but
without covenant or warranty, expressed or implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances, to pay the remaining principal sum of the note(s) secured by said Deed of
Trust, with interest thereon, as provided in said note(s), advances, if any, under the
terms of the Deed of Trust, estimated fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee and
of the trusts created by said Deed of Trust, to-wit: $804,723.70 (Estimated). Accrued
interest and additional advances, if any, will increase this figure prior to sale. It is possible that at the time of sale the opening bid may be less than the total indebtedness
due. NOTICE TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS: If you are considering bidding on this property
lien, you should understand that there are risks involved in bidding at a trustee auction.
You will be bidding on a lien, not on the property itself. Placing the highest bid at a trustee
auction does not automatically entitle you to free and clear ownership of the property. You
should also be aware that the lien being auctioned off may be a junior lien. If you are the
highest bidder at the auction, you are or may be responsible for paying off all liens senior
to the lien being auctioned off, before you can receive clear title to the property. You are
encouraged to investigate the existence, priority, and size of outstanding liens that may exist on this property by contacting the county recorder’s office or a title insurance company,
either of which may charge you a fee for this information. If you consult either of these resources, you should be aware that the same lender may hold more than one mortgage or
deed of trust on the property. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNER: The sale date shown on
this notice of sale may be postponed one or more times by the mortgagee, beneficiary,
trustee, or a court, pursuant to Section 2924g of the California Civil Code. The law requires that information about trustee sale postponements be made available to you and to
the public, as a courtesy to those not present at the sale. If you wish to learn whether your
sale date has been postponed, and, if applicable, the rescheduled time and date for the
sale of this property, you may call, 916-939-0772 for information regarding the trustee’s
sale or visit this Internet Web site, www.nationwideposting.com, for information regarding
the sale of this property, using the file number assigned to this case, T.S.# 9448-4659. Information about postponements that are very short in duration or that occur close in time
to the scheduled sale may not immediately be reflected in the telephone information or on
the internet Web site. The best way to verify postponement information is to attend the
scheduled sale. If the Trustee is unable to convey title for any reason, the successful bidder’s sole and exclusive remedy shall be the return of monies paid to the Trustee and the
successful bidder shall have no further recourse. NBS Default Services, LLC 301 E.
Ocean Blvd. Suite 1720 Long Beach, CA 90802 800-766-7751 For Trustee Sale Information Log On To: www.nationwideposting.com or Call: 916-939-0772. NBS Default Services, LLC, Vanessa Gomez, Foreclosure Associate This communication is an attempt to
collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. However, if you
have received a discharge of the debt referenced herein in a bankruptcy proceeding, this
is not an attempt to impose personal liability upon you for payment of that debt. In the
event you have received a bankruptcy discharge, any action to enforce the debt will be taken against the property only.NPP0240418 To: CAMBRIAN 01/15/2015, 01/22/2015,
01/29/2015
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T.S. No.: 9550-2231
TSG Order No.: 00261190 A.P.N.: 068-312-003 NOTICE OF
TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED
04/26/2005. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY
BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE
OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. NBS
Default Services, LLC, as the duly appointed Trustee, under and pursuant to the power of
sale contained in that certain Deed of Trust Recorded 05/03/2005 as Document No.:
2005035312, of Official Records in the office of the Recorder of San Luis Obispo County,
California, executed by: RUBY LEE LOPERENA, AS HER SEPERATE PROPERTY, as
Trustor, WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (payable in full at time of sale by cash, a cashier’s check drawn by a state or national bank, a
check drawn by a state or federal credit union, or a check drawn by a state or federal
savings and loan association, savings association, or savings bank specified in section 5102 of the Financial Code and authorized to do business in this state). All right, title
and interest conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of Trust in the property situated in said County and state, and as more fully described in the above referenced Deed of
Trust. Sale Date & Time: 01/30/2015 at 11:00 AM Sale Location: In the breezeway at
the entrance to the County General Services Building located at 1087 Santa Rosa
Street, San Luis Obispo, CA The street address and other common designation, if any,
of the real property described above is purported to be: 2145 BAYVIEW AVENUE,
MORRO BAY, CA 93442 The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the street address and other common designation, if any, shown herein. Said sale
will be made in an "AS IS" condition, but without covenant or warranty, expressed or implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances, to pay the remaining principal sum of
the note(s) secured by said Deed of Trust, with interest thereon, as provided in said
note(s), advances, if any, under the terms of the Deed of Trust, estimated fees, charges
and expenses of the Trustee and of the trusts created by said Deed of Trust, towit: $109,104.44 (Estimated). Accrued interest and additional advances, if any, will increase this figure prior to sale. It is possible that at the time of sale the opening bid
may be less than the total indebtedness due. NOTICE TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS: If you
are considering bidding on this property lien, you should understand that there are risks involved in bidding at a trustee auction. You will be bidding on a lien, not on the property itself. Placing the highest bid at a trustee auction does not automatically entitle you to free
and clear ownership of the property. You should also be aware that the lien being auctioned off may be a junior lien. If you are the highest bidder at the auction, you are or may
be responsible for paying off all liens senior to the lien being auctioned off, before you
can receive clear title to the property. You are encouraged to investigate the existence, priority, and size of outstanding liens that may exist on this property by contacting the county
recorder’s office or a title insurance company, either of which may charge you a fee for
this information. If you consult either of these resources, you should be aware that the
same lender may hold more than one mortgage or deed of trust on the property. NOTICE
TO PROPERTY OWNER: The sale date shown on this notice of sale may be postponed
one or more times by the mortgagee, beneficiary, trustee, or a court, pursuant to Section
2924g of the California Civil Code. The law requires that information about trustee sale
postponements be made available to you and to the public, as a courtesy to those not
present at the sale. If you wish to learn whether your sale date has been postponed, and,
if applicable, the rescheduled time and date for the sale of this property, you may call,
916-939-0772 for information regarding the trustee’s sale or visit this Internet Web site, w
ww.nationwideposting.com, for information regarding the sale of this property, using the
file number assigned to this case, T.S.# 9550-2231. Information about postponements that
are very short in duration or that occur close in time to the scheduled sale may not immediately be reflected in the telephone information or on the internet Web site. The best way to
verify postponement information is to attend the scheduled sale. If the Trustee is unable to
convey title for any reason, the successful bidder’s sole and exclusive remedy shall be the
return of monies paid to the Trustee and the successful bidder shall have no further recourse. NBS Default Services, LLC 301 E. Ocean Blvd. Suite 1720 Long Beach, CA
90802 800-766-7751 For Trustee Sale Information Log On To: www.nationwideposting.co
m or Call: 916-939-0772. NBS Default Services, LLC, Nicole Rodriguez, Foreclosure Associate This communication is an attempt to collect a debt and any information obtained will
be used for that purpose. However, if you have received a discharge of the debt referenced herein in a bankruptcy proceeding, this is not an attempt to impose personal liability
upon you for payment of that debt. In the event you have received a bankruptcy discharge, any action to enforce the debt will be taken against the property
only.NPP0240197 To: CAMBRIAN 01/08/2015, 01/15/2015, 01/22/2015
Jan. 8, 15, 22, 2015
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