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IN THIS ISSUE
Higher Education Update .......................4
From Your Placer County Supervisor ...5
Dry Creek School District ...................7
What’s Happening at WH...................7
Woodcreek Profiles ...........................9
GODSPELL By CYT..........................9
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for the coveted Goose’s last golden egg worth
possibly tens of dollars.
Fairytale Survivor now
through February 7th, 2015 with
The Roseville Theatre Arts
performances on Saturday at
Academy (RTAA) is proud to
11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Tickets
present Fairytale Survivor as part
are $10 at the door or $8 through
of their continuing Treehouse
brownpapertickets.com. The
Players Series. Tickets are $8.00 at
Roseville Theatre Arts Academy
brownpapertickets.com or $10.00
is located at 241 Vernon St,
at the door.
Roseville in the historic Roseville
Over the course of the next
Theatre.
sixty grueling minutes, you will
The Roseville Theatre
watch as six fairytale characters
Arts Academy is a not-forthat have never met, are thrown
profit organization dedicated to
together and face hardships they
fostering theatre arts within the
have never imagined. All the
Roseville community. Programs
comforts of their fairytale lives
Who will win immunity? Who will be team captains?
include children’s workshops
have been stripped away; they will
Who will win the title of Fairytale Survivor? Come find out at RTAA!
each season, a “Masters’ Series”
find no castles here, no helpful
for more experienced actors, a
talking mice, or flying fairies.
Community Choir, and Academy
These enchanted characters will
classes in voice, dance and
have to use their brains, muscles,
go it alone. We will see who will become the
drama. The 2014-2015 season is sponsored
and if they are lucky - some magic to make it
next...well, the first and most likely, unless we
by Consolidated Communications Inc.
to the end of this game. They will have to rely
can really get good ratings, the only, Fairytale
For more information or to donate please
on their survival skills for food, shelter, water,
Survivor. Our six contestants will be competing
visit www.rosevilletheatreartsacademy.com or
and fire. They will have to work as a team to
not only for the title of Fairytale Survivor, but
call 916-772-2777.
make it to the next level, or to risk fate and
Fairytale Survivor Comes To Roseville!
WN Gardening Corner...................10
Classifieds .......................................11
And Much More . . .
If you’ve ever lost track of garbage day or
raced outside after hearing the garbage truck,
you’re in luck: City residents can now sign up
for a customized reminder service that will
ensure you don’t forget again.
The City is pleased to unveil a new tool
that makes it easier for residents to access
information about their garbage and green
waste pickup schedule by setting up a handy
reminder for yourself (or perhaps your spouse
or kids) by email, phone, or digital calendar.
To sign up, visit: http://www.roseville.
ca.us/eu/solid_waste_utility/residential_
refuse_collection/default.asp
Grant Applications Available
for Citizens’ Benefit and
R.E.A.C.H. Funds
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Roseville Launches Garbage
Day Reminder Service
Applications for Roseville’s Citizens’
Benefit Fund and REACH Funds are now
available on the city’s website. The deadline
application is 5 p.m., Thursday, February
12. The estimated total funding available is
$231,000.
Public agencies, schools and non-profit
501(c)3 or 501(c)4 are eligible to apply for the
Citizens’ Benefit Fund. The REACH Funds
are dispersed to local charitable organizations
that serve youth, seniors and families in the
South Placer County region.
http://www.roseville.ca.us/tipsheet
The Friends of the Roseville
Public Library —
Adult Poetry Contest
The Friends of the Roseville Public
Library are announcing their Adult Poetry
Contest that will begin on February 2, 2015
and will close on April 11, 2015. Winners
will be notified in late May and the prizes will
be awarded on June 8, 2015 in the Martha
Riley Library Community room at the Friends
Annual Meeting.
Contest details can be obtained at the
front desk in each of the Roseville Libraries or
can be downloaded from the Friend’s website:
www.rosevillefriendsofthelibrary.org or mail:
[email protected]
Friends of the Roseville
Public Library — Book Sale!
Friends of the Roseville Public Library will
be having their first gently used Book Sale of
2015 on Saturday, February 28th. The sale will
be located at the Downtown Library, 225 Taylor
Street from 10 am – 4 pm. This sale will be
featuring Railroad Collection and California
History books as well as our regular selection
of books. Prices are $1 for paperback and
most media, $2 for hardback books and $.25
for children’s books.
William Jessup Hires
Associate Athletic Director
To Support Continued
Growth — Former NFL
Player Michael Harper
Wi l l i a m J e s s u p
University,
the
Sacramento area’s
only residential fouryear private university,
has appointed Michael
Harper to the newly
formed position of
Michael Harper
Associate Athletic
Director of Development.
Harper began work January 15 to
focus primarily on donor stewardship while
developing fundraising and capital campaigns
for the Warrior athletic program.
“Michael will play a key role in identifying,
cultivating and maintaining relationships as we
continue to broaden our depth in the region
and beyond,” said Eric Hogue, Jessup’s Chief
Development Officer. “Entering the Golden
State Athletic Conference (this year) enlarges
our footprint and creates an increased need
to support athletics and our new programs,
including baseball.”
Harper received his Bachelor’s degree in
Business Management and Marketing from
the University of Southern California, where
he played tailback for the highly-successful
USC Trojan football team from 1979-84 and
was a teammate of Heisman Trophy winners
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Runway of Women’s
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The newly launched Community Recovery
Resources Foundation is presenting its Race
for Recovery Gala, the region’s only event
focused on raising awareness and resources
to address teen substance abuse. This annual
winter gala event is a fundraiser for CoRR’s
adolescent services throughout Placer and
Nevada counties.
Guests will enjoy a dinner at the Morgan
Creek Golf Club in Roseville on February
7, 2015, with special musical guests, and
impressive race-fan décor. The program will
include personal stories of young people
recovering from addiction to alcohol and
other drugs as well as honored guests who
have supported the variety of services we
offer at CoRR.
This year is particularly special for
those familiar with the story of Full Circle, a
grassroots nonprofit founded by a family and
their friends in response to their son’s substance
abuse and subsequent consequences. Christy
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Her son, Ryan, will receive a special recognition
for what he has overcome and how his struggle
ultimately gave hope to hundreds of teens and
their families.
Tickets and information are available at
www.corr.us or for more information call Ariel
at 530-273-9541 x216
For more information on Community
Recovery Resources (CoRR), please visit the
website: www.corr.us
AAUW Roseville South Placer Branch
is celebrating Women’s History Month with
a unique presentation of the roles of women
through the decades starting with the 1920’s
fashions. This entertaining and educational
event for all ages is sure to spark our fascination
with the women’s lives who preceded us.
Bring friends, neighbors, daughters and
grand-daughters to this eye-opening affair!
Runway of Women’s History through
Fashion Beginning in the 1920s when women
gained the right to vote!
Date: Saturday, March 28, 2015
Time: 2 - 4 PM
Place: Valley Springs Church, 2401
Olympus Drive, Roseville - Open to the public!
Admission: $20 - reservations required –
deadline March 24th.
Checks should be mailed to: AAUW
Women’s History Month, 5153 Wedgewood
Way, Rocklin, CA 95765.
Admission fees will go to our branch
philanthropies - local area scholarships AAUW
Roseville South Placer Branch is a 501(c) (3)
non-profit charitable organization
Light refreshments served at intermission
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WOODCREEK NEWS • FEBRUARY 2015
Higher Education Update
BY TIM HERMAN, Roseville City
Council member and Chair, Higher
Education Task Force
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programs to give students easier
transfer pathways from community
college coursework to four-year
degree programs. The co-location
As Roseville and South
of Sierra College and Sacramento
Placer continue to grow, increased
State is another highly innovative
opportunity and access to higher
solution to meeting the community’s
education will be an important
growing higher education needs.
Tim Herman
component to our continued
This approach aligns precisely with
economic and civic vitality. Our region is
the the city’s Higher Education Task Force
underserved by higher education, a fact that is
recommendations.
recognized by city and regional leaders alike.
Concurrently, Sierra College, Brandman
The City and its higher education
University, University of the Pacific, CSUS, and
partners are focused on expanding educational
William Jessup University have been exploring
opportunities in Roseville and South Placer
other opportunities to bring collaborative
and finding creative ways to reduce the cost
educational programs together, also with
and time required to obtain a four-year degree.
the goal of facilitating degree pathways for
These efforts are picking up momentum.
students. Sierra College has also tentatively
In the fall of 2013, plans to build a
committed to house some of its programs in
Sacramento State satellite campus in Placer
downtown Roseville.
County were revived with the purchase of the
In 2013, representatives from Roseville
2,200-acre Placer Ranch property located just
and Placer County visited Warwick University
north of the city’s current boundary.
in England in an effort to bring a satellite of
This campus will be a tremendous asset to
their university to our area. Since that time,
the region, not only educating our residents,
representatives from Warwick have also visited
but bringing with it an estimated $500 million
Placer County. Discussions continue on this
is annual economic output. Although several
exciting opportunity.
years away, there is commitment from the
Locating and building four-year universities
Placer Ranch landowners and CSUS to build
in our area is a long-term, potentially multithis site as quickly as possible. The aim is to
decade effort and it may appear at times as though
one day accommodate a full-sized campus with
little is happening. Be assured Roseville and the
up to 25,000 full-time students. According to
region are committed to bringing more higher
CSUS President Alexander Gonzalez, up to
education opportunities to our community.
5,000 students from Placer County commute
Educators and regional leaders are in agreement
to Sac State.
that the demand is here. Private business sees
In December of 2014, CSUS and Sierra
the benefit. All of these makes us cautiously
College agreed to collaborate on developing
optimistic about the future of higher education
the Placer Ranch site and aligning their
in Roseville.
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WOODCREEK NEWS • FEBRUARY 2015
From Your Placer County Supervisor
BY JACK DURAN
District 1 Supervisor
We s t e r n P l a c e r C o u n t y
development is quickly coming
back to life after the recession. The
Last year saw a tremendous
Placer Vineyards project (South of
amount of activity in District 1. While
Baseline from Walerga to Locust
not everything was completed, I
Road) and, along with it, the prospect
think it’s accurate to say there were
of additional institutes of higher
many accomplishments and that we
Jack Duran
education. Discussions on a Regional
are definitely on the right road in
University continue, with a decision
many areas.
being made by the University of Warwick, a
One of my highest priorities is public
prestigious UK based International University,
safely. How the system handles those convicted
anticipated in early 2015. CSU-Sacramento is
of crimes has changed dramatically and we
also interested in opening a satellite campus in
have had to adapt. The jails now house many
Placer County and I am working with County,
more sophisticated criminals who have been
City and local business interests to make both
in and out of incarceration. To change this
educational opportunities a reality for District
revolving door model, we looked at alternatives
1 residents. These institutions would mesh well
to reduce recidivism. We partially opened the
with the successful William Jessup University
South Placer Adult Correctional Facility near
located in Rocklin. Colleges and universities
Roseville last year and we have an achievable
make contributions far beyond education and
plan to fully open the facility. In March we
they improve the cultural, social and economic
will finalize the Criminal Justice Master Plan
character of an area.
and begin implementing the recommendations
You can’t talk about development without
to make our Criminal Justice system more
talking about the requisite infrastructure to
collaborative, cost effective, and efficient.
accommodate the growth. Placer County has
Working with the Probation Department,
pursued a regional sewer system. Upgrading
we started an Offender Re-entry Program,
the many smaller, aging treatment plants that
which identifies inmates and the newly released
dot the county just doesn’t make good business
who have a propensity to engage in behaviors
sense anymore. Instead, we are building a
likely to bring them back into custody. The
large pipeline that will move wastewater from
program then tailors services to correct those
Auburn to an expanded treatment plant in
behaviors. This is a multi-faceted concept
Lincoln. The City of Auburn has also purchased
involving the Sheriff’s Office, the courts,
capacity in this new system for future use. This
Probation, Veterans Services, mental health
pipeline project is nearing completion with
and substance abuse treatment programs and
operations scheduled to commence in early
employment assistance. If we get these people
2016. Other areas of the county are following
the assistance they need, we can help keep
suit with the regional model, allowing us to
them out of our jails and prisons.
meet increasingly stringent state and federal
standards in a more efficient and cost effective
manner.
Right in the center of my district is the
Placer County Fairgrounds and its racetrack,
the All-American Speedway. The Board of
Supervisors as a whole met several times last
year on this subject and I personally had many
other meetings on this topic. The question is:
what the county will do with this large parcel
of county-owned land that sits in the middle
of the city of Roseville? In December we
officially formed the Fairgrounds Revitalization
Committee to assist us with ideas from
community members. This advisory body will
begin meeting to study the available options for
the fairgrounds so that we can make informed
decisions as to what is in the best interest of the
fairgrounds, the community and the County.
I look forward to hearing the committee’s
recommendations.
As I begin my second term on the Board of
Supervisors, I want to thank all of you for your
many questions, comments, concerns, input,
criticism and support throughout my first four
years as your County representative. I look
forward to another four years of representing
your vision and interests for this great County
in which we live, work, raise our children and
experience the golden years of our lives.
As always, it is an honor and a privilege
to serve you. I always welcome your feedback
and can be reached by e-mail at [email protected]
ca.gov or by phone at 916-787-8950.
Michael Harper
(cont’ from page 1)
Charles White and Marcus Allen.
Harper was later drafted by the NFL in
1984 as a wide receiver by the Los Angeles
Rams and continued to pursue his athletic
career. He played four years with the New
York Jets beginning in 1986 and retired in 1990.
Most recently, Harper was the former
Development Director with Acres of Hope,
a long-term housing program for homeless
women with children located in Auburn.
While there, he managed fundraising and
campaign efforts to help raise over $1 million
in capital funds and operating income while
implementing organizational protocol and best
practices throughout the organization.
In 2010, Harper became Director of
Community Outreach for the Sacramento
Mountain Lions Football Club and helped
develop community fundraising programs.
He led program fundraising efforts with
various youth sports teams, churches
and community organizations that raised
awareness and provided a new professional
sports entertainment venue for the greater
Sacramento area.
Harper’s background also includes work
in the IT business sales and marketing arena
as well as regional and channel sales for Sun
Microsystems and Hitachi Data Systems.
“I’m excited to be a part of the William
Jessup Warrior athletic program and to help
establish our presence as a major competitor
in the NAIA and the GSAC as we build and
expand our athletic programs,” Harper said.
Harper and his wife have four children,
attend Bayside Church in Granite Bay, and
reside in Roseville.
St. John’s Episcopal Church
2351 Pleasant Grove Blvd. Roseville
welcomes YOU
“to come experience the love of JESUS CHRIST”
SUNDAY SERVICES
8 a.m. Traditional Eucharist
9:30 a.m. ADULT EDUCATION
10:30 a.m. Contemporary Worship
praise music/ Sunday school /youth group
The Reverend Cliff Haggenjos, Rector
twww.stjohnsroseville.org
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WOODCREEK NEWS • FEBRUARY 2015
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Diane Howe
Scott Otsuka
Tracy Pittman
Jeff Randall
TRANSITIONAL KINDERGARTEN THROUGH EIGHTH GRADE
REGISTRATION BEGINS: Thursday, February 12, 2015
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Transitional Kindergarten Program – Antelope Meadows Elementary School and Coyote Ridge Elementary
School
AM/PM Program (Kindergarten) – Antelope Meadows Elementary School, Coyote Ridge Elementary School
and Olive Grove Elementary School
Extended-Day Program (Kindergarten) – Barrett Ranch Elementary School, Heritage Oak Elementary
School, Quail Glen Elementary School and Creekview Ranch School
K-5 Program (Elementary) – Antelope Meadows Elementary School, Barrett Ranch Elementary School,
Coyote Ridge Elementary School, Heritage Oak Elementary School, Olive Grove Elementary School and Quail
Glen Elementary School
K-8 Program – Creekview Ranch School
6-8 Program (Middle School) – Antelope Crossing Middle School and Silverado Middle School
If your child was born in the year 2010 and will be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2015 your child is eligible for
kindergarten. If your child was born in the year 2010 and will be 5 years old between July 1 and December 2, 2015 your child is
eligible for Transitional Kindergarten. Registration packets will be available for pickup in the school offices starting
Thursday, February 12, 2015. Completed registration packets will be accepted by U.S. MAIL ONLY from February 12-27,
2015. Beginning Monday, March 2, 2015, you may register your child in person at the school office.
CA BRE 01920160
To receive your packet, you are required to submit copies of:
1. Birth Certificate
2. Proof of Residency: (One or more of the following) Documentation must show the parent(s) or legal guardian(s)
name and current address.
i Most current: utility bill (PG&E, SMUD, garbage, etc.), rental agreement or copy of purchase agreement, property
tax receipt, voter registration, pay stub, correspondence from a government agency, notarized Declaration of Residency.
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3. Most Current Immunization Records:
All immunizations listed below must be given to the child prior to receiving a registration packet. For further information
regarding immunization requirements please visit www.drycreek.k12.ca.us.
6 years and under
7 years and older
7th and 8th Grade
Students
*POLIO - 4 doses at any age OR
3 doses if the last dose was
given on or after the 4th
birthday
*DPT - 5 doses at any age OR
4 doses if the last dose was given
on or after the 4th birthday
*MMR - 2 doses on or after the 1st
birthday (Measles, Mumps,
Rubella)
KINDERGARTEN ONLY
*HEPATITIS B - 3 doses
KINDERGARTEN ONLY
*VARICELLA - 1 dose (Chickenpox) OR
Physician’s written
statement that student has
had the Disease
POLIO - 4 doses at any age OR
3 doses if the last dose was
Tdap – one dose required
given on or after the 2nd
on or after 7th birthday
birthday
MMR
DPT - 4 doses at any age OR
2 doses on or after
3 doses if the last dose was given
nd
the 1st birthday (Measles,
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Dry Creek School District Update
2015-16 Program Planning, Budgeting, and Enrollment
BY BRAD TOOKER, Superintendent
By the end of the month,
students and staff in the Dry Creek
Joint Elementary School District
(DCJESD) will push into the
final trimester of the school year.
While students are rising to the
challenge of rigorous standards,
preparing to shine on state-wide
Mr.
tests, and anticipating end-ofthe-year activities, the district is
also finalizing programs, working
through the budget development process,
and projecting and planning for student
enrollment for the rapidly approaching 201516 school year.
With the approval of the DCJESD
Board in January, the full-day kindergarten
program piloted this year at Barrett Ranch,
Heritage Oak, Quail Glen, and Creekview
Ranch, will transition to an extended-day
pilot program for 2015-16.The extended-day
kindergarten pilot program will be one hour
and 15 minutes shorter than the full school day
at each of these schools. Half-day, AM/PM
Kindergarten classes will continue at Antelope
Meadows, Coyote Ridge, and Olive Grove
Elementary Schools for 2015-16. Evaluation
of the traditional half-day and current full-day
pilot programs will be combined with results
from the 2015-16 extended day pilot to design
kindergarten and transitional kindergarten
programs for students in the years to come.
Evaluation and adaptation of programs, like
the full and extended day kindergarten pilot,
are a part of our commitment to
continually identify and implement
innovative approaches for meeting
the needs of our students.
Also in January, DCJESD
began the budget development
process. The Board of Trustees
reviewed the Governor’s newly
released budget proposal, the
district’s enrollment and staffing
Tooker
projections, and potential budget
adjustments at the first of three
budget development workshops for 201516. Based on this preliminary review, there
is much to celebrate. DCJESD anticipates
the ability to not only support current
programs for the new school year, but to
continue enhancing offerings and developing
educational excellence for our community.
Specific budget recommendations by District
staff will be presented at the second budget
development workshop during the February
5th Board Meeting, and the Board will consider
adoption of budget recommendations at the
third budget development workshop, planned
for the February 19th Board Meeting.
In addition to program planning and
budgeting, February also brings enrollment
of current students into specific schools and
programs, followed by the registration of new
students. Each year, the District processes
more than 1,500 transfer requests to register
students into special programs and assist
families in coordinating school attendance
with work, childcare and sibling enrollment.
Parent of current DCJESD students can
request Intra-District Transfers for 2015-16
through February 27, 2015. Registration of
new Transitional Kindergarten (TK) through
eighth grade students for 2015-16 begins on
February 12, 2015. Details of the enrollment
and registration processes, including dates and
locations for application pick-up and return,
are listed on the district website at www.
drycreek.k12.ca.us.
As we move ahead with plans for the
2015-16 school year, community members
are invited to follow the district’s progress
by attending DCJESD Board of Trustees
Meetings and visiting our website often to view
Board agendas, meeting minutes and district
news and announcements.
What’s Happening at
Woodcreek High?
BY JAMIE ROSSITTO
It’s that time again! You guessed it —
winter break is over, school is back in session,
and that means spring sports are right around
the corner. Soon Woodcreek will play host
to competing schools in: Baseball, Softball,
Track & Field, Boys Volleyball, Girls Soccer,
Boys Tennis, Boys Golf, and Swim & Dive.
However, while we are waiting for these sports
and their schedules to begin, Boys and Girls
Basketball and Boys Wrestling continue into
February, giving us our sports fix until spring
sports pick up.
Boys JV Wrestling has a home match on
February 4 at 5:00 pm, against Oak Ridge High,
while the Varsity Boys will begin at 6:00pm.
Boys Freshman Basketball has a home
match against Oak Ridge High at 4:00 pm on
February 5th, while the Girls Freshman Team
will play at 5:30pm. Girls JV Basketball will play
against Oak Ridge on the same day at 7:00 pm.
On February 6th, Boys JV Basketball
will play Oak Ridge at home at 4:00pm, while
Girls Varsity will play at 5:30 pm. Boys Varsity
will also face Oaks Ridge that day at 7:00pm.
On February 10th, Girls Basketball will
host Folsom High at Woodcreek. The freshman
team will play at 4:00pm, JV will play at 5:30,
and Varsity is set to play at 7:00pm.
The following day on February 11th,
Boys Basketball will also host Folsom High at
Woodcreek. The freshman team will play at
4:00pm, JV will play at 5:30, and Varsity will
begin at 7:00pm.
These times and dates while provided by
Woodcreek High’s Webpage, are still subject to
change. For any further information regarding
these sports or any upcoming spring sports
schedules, I invite you to visit the Woodcreek
Home Page Athletic Calendar. I encourage you
to come out to cheer and support your local
Athletes at Woodcreek High School.
Let us know what special things
your kids are doing in Woodcreek!
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BY DIANNE CARLISLE
Cycling is kind of an obsession for
the Klinkenborg family. For the last three
years, cycling has taken up most of Phil
and Redona’s time, as well as their son
Caylor’s. Riding and racing mountain
bikes initially started out as Phil’s interest.
He has been riding and racing mountain
bikes for about seven years, and is also a
member of a bicycling team that raises
money for cancer charities every year.
“Caylor went on one of the 24-hour
events, and the biking bug hit him,”
said Phil.
From December through May, the
Klinkenborgs’ weekends are committed
to either a race or training. While the
NorCal season is a spring sport, training
goes on year round, with preseason
training going on in the fall. For the team
members and their families, Saturdays are
taken up from the beginning of October to the
end of May. And being a member of the team
is truly a family affair. While Phil is the team
director, Redona is a member of the pit crew. The
pit crew provides the food that keeps the team
from running out of steam during their races.
“Phil and I have been looking at what else
we can do off season, and with being bitten so
hard by the cycling bug, the best we have come up
with so far is participating in trail maintenance,”
said Redona.
Now married almost 25 years, Redona and
Phil first met at Chico State University when they
were both working at the same cafeteria. But
then Redona made the decision to change her
major, which required a change in universities.
“I didn’t feel like I was getting anywhere
at Chico State and Fresno State University
had a good Therapeutic Recreation Program,”
Redona said. “The program seemed to fit
my desire to work directly with people in a
supportive manner and still have fun at it.”
For some couples, this might have changed
the course of their relationship, but not for the
Klinkenborgs.
“I told her I would follow her wherever
she needed to go,” said Phil.
At Fresno State, Redona majored in
Recreation Administration Therapeutic Option
and Phil received his B.S. in Agriculture
Business Management. With her educational
background, Redona became a certified
Phil, Caylor and Redona Klinkenborg
recreational therapist, and she worked with
Sutter Health for ten years. But after Caylor
was born, the family made the decision that
Redona would stay home to take care of him.
“We didn’t want anyone else to take care
of him,” explained Phil.
Around eight years ago, once Caylor was
firmly established in school, Redona applied
for a librarian position with Dry Creek School
District. Having worked as a volunteer at
Caylor’s elementary school, it was an easy
transition.
“I enjoy being on a similar schedule as
Caylor, and with vacations built into the position,
I didn’t have to put him in daycare during the
breaks,” said Redona. “The hours are great,
and it’s about as low-stress of a job working
with children as you can get.”
Redona first worked at Dry Creek
Elementary, then Creekview Ranch Middle
School in its inaugural year, and then spent
five years at Quail Glen Elementary School.
This year, she returned to Creekview Ranch,
where she was happy to see that many of the
same teachers were still there.
“We don’t get too much say regarding
which school we get, but I’m happy to be back
at Creekview,” she said.
Phil works as a commercial audiovisual
representative and consultant liaison at The
Farm. The company specializes in high quality
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Phil has worked with churches, Google and
Facebook, as well as the new San Francisco
49ers stadium. He meets with the designers to
explain to them what the products do and help
specify them into the design of the buildings.
“We also did the audiovisual system for
Creekview Ranch Middle School, the projectors,
speakers, mixers, microphones and flat panels,”
said Phil. “Every product I deal with is
brand new, and I have to learn about
it and everything it can do before the
general public does.”
In addition to his “9 to 5” job, Phil
has also had a musical career on the side,
and he ran a recording studio for a while.
But now he finds most of his days are
filled with cycling. Phil is currently in his
second year as the team director for the
Woodcreek High School cycling team.
“I did the rock band thing, but the
cycling thing takes up a lot of time,” Phil
said. “I used to be more multi-faceted.”
Caylor, now a senior at Woodcreek
High School, has more than just cycling
in his repertoire. In addition to being on
the WHS cycling team, he has a second
degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do mixed
martial arts. He also played jazz trumpet
for five years, and is in his fourth year
as an endurance mountain bike racer.
“Cycling is very time consuming.
Caylor did martial arts for nine years, but there
was no chance that he could do both martial arts
and cycling,” said Phil. “He had to choose. He is
able to work part-time at Roseville Cyclery, so
he is either making movies, training or working.”
As for the future, Caylor would like to
go to film school, and the family is touring
universities to help make the decision on what
school he attends. He has been making movies
for several years, writing his own screenplays,
and is responsible for casting and directing
for his movies. He also has his own YouTube
channel, “Not so Special FX.”
Redona and Phil continue to be very
involved in Caylor’s activities and his preparation
for college. But once Caylor is out of the
house, experiencing new adventures, they may
experience some new adventures of their own.
“I’m afraid we will have a severe case of
empty nest syndrome,” said Redona. “But I’m
sure Phil will continue to support the cycling
team, just in a less responsible position. I enjoy
gardening so maybe I can get that rolling again,
and I am toying with the idea of going back into
health care.”
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Uplifting GODSPELL
Performances By CYT
The Christian Youth Theater (CYT) is
proud to present GODSPELL, the musical play
with lyrics and music by three-time Grammy
and Academy Award winner Stephen Schwartz
(composer and lyricist of Enchanted, Disney’s
Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame,
Dream Work’s Prince of Egypt, Wicked and more).
Tickets are $5.00 for special school day
shows and all other shows are $12.00 online at
and $14.00 at the door. The play will be held at
Valley Springs Church located at 2401 Olympus
Dr., Roseville. For more information see http://
www.cytsacramento.org/shows/GODSPELL-10
Godspell (Means good news) began as a
student’s master thesis in 1970 and moved on
to be one of the biggest Off Broadway and On
Broadway musicals of all time. CYT’s refreshing
and updated approach to this classic musical
will have audience members experience the
parables, based on the Gospel of Mathew, come
joyfully to life. Vibrant and lively songs such as
the hit Day by Day, Light of the World, Turn Back
O Man accompany high energy dance numbers.
The stories center around a group of followers
each having their own set of struggles. Through
lessons taught, they learn love and community.
Christian Youth Theater (CYT) is a notfor-profit organization that offers after school
theater arts classes to children 4-18. It’s first
Sacramento affiliate being established within the
Roseville community. Classes offered include,
dance, voice, drama comedy improv, stage make
up, sketch writing, back stage and many more.
Children participating in the classes have the
opportunity to audition for a musical production.
Godspell runs from from February 13th
through February 21st with two special school
day performances Friday, February 13th,
10:00am and Thursday, February 19th at 10:00
a.m. Tickets are $5.00. School day shows include
school classroom groups, home school groups,
children’s organizations (Girl Scouts and Boy
Scouts etc.) seniors and senior care groups.
Other performances include: Friday, Feb.
13th, 7:00 p.m., Saturday, Feb 14th 3:00p.m.,
Friday, Feb. 20st 7:00pm, and Saturday, Feb.
21st at 3:00pm.
Christian Youth Theater meets at Valley
Springs church located at 2401 Olympus Blvd,
Roseville.
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This past summer, neighbors out walking
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going to replace your lawn?’ or ‘I’ve never seen
your lawn look so brown’, or, my favorite, ‘Will
you use artificial turf?’
Yes – over the summer months, our lawn
looked mighty thirsty. Mostly that light brown,
but with a touch of green here and there. I had
read that the roots wouldn’t die even with a
massive cutback of water. Jim Ferrin’s people
had demonstrated that when they got a dry
spot – even a large one – on the golf course,
they just applied a little remedial water to the
spot. Nothing dramatic. No reseeding. No
new sod. Only just a drink.
Wanting to be the good citizen and cut
back our 20% on overall water usage, I said to
my wife, Karen, that we should continue the
same prior-year watering programs for our
various trees, shrubs, and other plants – so
we would not lose them and then go broke
replacing them (we have a large yard)! So to
make our goal of 20%, we would cut back 90%
on the lawn watering.
In prior years, we had programmed our
controller for two daily watering cycles of
5 minutes each, running every day except
for mowing day, or six days each week.
(Actually, we would often change the programs
depending on expected high temperatures
with an average of two 5-minute cycles.) We
cut back from these 60 minutes to one cycle
of 6 minutes – one day per week! That’s a
reduction of ninety (90) percent.
Periodic fertilization and other
maintenance remained the same.
The lawn had a number of small tufts of
green that were pretty evenly distributed, giving
us hope. Despite this, both Karen and I would
occasionally pour a bowl or small bucket of
“used” water on the lawn that didn’t change
things much, but maintained our hope!
Today the lawn looks great. In fact, thanks
to cooler weather and winter rains, it looks as
good as it ever has!
So, if you are contemplating artificial
turf or other landscaping to replace your
lawn, consider cutting back on summer lawn
water in drought years, instead. You may be
surprised. We were.
George Porter directed the landscaping and
landscape maintenance work for over 20-years at the
Northgate Property Owners Association in Walnut
Creek, CA before moving to Sun City Roseville
(SCR) in 1999. At SCR, he has worked with various
staff specialists to provide the landscape designs and
upgrades to the Common Areas as well as a number
of Golf Course locations. At his SCR home, he grows
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will support Creekview Ranch School
Programs. To order Gala Tickets, contact
Event Chair Lisa at 916-494-9696. 21 and
older please.
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“TOYS FOR TOTS BRIGADE”.
Musters at Thunder Valley Casino. First
Monday 1000 hours. Join us and show
your support. Gunner Joe at yahoo.com.
We will buy your first breakfast.
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• Lost and found items/pets
• Thank you’s, Memorials.
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AARP – FREE TAX RETURNS: AARP
volunteers will prepare and electronically
file Federal and State income tax returns
for low-to-middle income seniors at the
SCR Lodge Computer Room and at SAFE
Credit Union on Blue Oaks Blvd. from Feb.
1 through April 15. There is no charge for
these services that are sponsored by the
IRS and AARP. Volunteers are tested
annually by IRS and are trained for most
returns, except those for real estate rentals
and complex small business. To make an
appointment for any Roseville site, call
Maidu Senior Center, 774-5960.
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MOMS Club of Roseville-West supports
stay-at-home moms with friendship and
family-friendly activites. Contact Tovah:
[email protected]
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MOMS Club of Roseville North Please
visit our website for more information at
www.northrosevillemom.com
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THE ROSEVILLE CHAPTER NO 9
Of The Widowed Persons Association
hosts a general information and meeting the second Friday of each month at
Woodcreek Country Club off Hwy 65
between Blue Oaks Blvd and Pleasant
Grove Blvd. 5880 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd
in Roseville. Information: 916 990-9751.
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ROSEVILLE EMBLEM CLUB
BREAKFAST 1st Sunday of the Month
8:30am-11:30am. $6 Includes Juice and
Coffee. 3000 Brady Lane Roseville.
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ROSEVILLE ELKS BINGO! 3000 Brady
Lane, Roseville. First Tuesday of the month!
Spaghetti dinner starting at 5:30 pm, $8. Stay
for BINGO starting at 7pm. Open to the
public. All cash prizes! All proceeds benefit
our Veterans. For more info: 916-783-4515.
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ANSWERTHECALLTOHELPFIGHT
CANCER. Help by donating gently used
furniture, clothing and household items.
Volunteersareneededtopickupanddeliver
• Wanted/For Sale (No Real Estate!)
• Help Wanted, Childcare Wanted or
Work Wanted
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each-must be prepaid.
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your donations to the American Cancer
Society’s Discover Shop in Roseville. Call
771-5267 for more info.
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FIRST UNITED METHODIST
Church of Loomis Presents... Jim Martinez and his trio will lead off the 2015
concert season at First United Methodist
Church of Loomis on Saturday, February
7. The theme of the show will be “An
Evening of Jazz with the Jim Martinez
Trio and Laura Didier”. The Loomis
concert, starting at 7 pm, is at 6414 Brace
Road. Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 at
the door. Contact [email protected]
Or, she can be reached at 916/543-0629.
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THE CAMELLIA SOCIETY OF SACRAMENTO’S 91ST ANNUAL SHOW
will be held Saturday, March 7th and
Sunday, March 8th 2015 at the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium, 1515”J”Street.
Doors to the exhibit hall will open Saturday, March 7th at 6:30am for registration
and entry of competitive camellia blooms
and or floral arrangements, and will close
at 10am. For information regarding
floral arrangements, please contact Ms.
Frankie Raymond 916-995-2550. Entries
are open to everyone.
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VOLUNTEERS WANTED! Kitten
fostering, admin, medical assist, blood
draws, cleaners, socializers. Kitten Central of Placer County 916-645-2217 or
[email protected]
•••
KITTEN CENTRAL a local non-profit
for abandoned/sick kittens is accepting
gently used items for our annual Yard
Sale in May. Appliances, furniture,
household etc. Call Rebecca at 916-6527229 or email [email protected]
•••
YARD SALE – HUGE 50+ Tables. Fri,
Sat & Sun., May 1-3 at Kitten Central
of Placer County 5130 Fruitvale Rd,
Newcastle, CA 95658. Fri/Sat 7-7, Sun
8-3 Accepting E-waste those 3 days also!
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1848 Shropshire Street
1740 Fontenay Way
6124 Granite Flat Lane
3(4) Bedroom, 2.5 Bath, 2152 Square Feet
Located in a desirable neighborhood in
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backyard is a tropical paradise, with pool and
screened gazebo. RV access, great location.
4 Bedroom, 3 Bath, 2268 Square Feet
Well maintained Crocker Ranch home has
bedroom and full bath downstairs. Large
Master, open loft bonus room upstairs, cherry
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2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1547 Square Feet
Very well maintained Sun City Shasta model
with terrific features! Popular den option, pony
wall at entry to define living room, crown
molding and lots of cabinet space in the garage.
$419,000
$422,500
$359,000
1339 Muscat Circle
5009 Dreamgarden Loop
618 Hovey Way
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1558 Square Feet
Move in ready home with separate living and
family rooms located in a quiet neighborhood
within a short walk to elementary school,
park and shopping.
Very well maintained home.
$272,500
4 Bedroom, 3 Bath, 2493 Square Feet
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1618 Square Feet
Beautiful 4/5 bedroom with 3 car garage.
Sun City Roseville Calaveras model in a great
Granite counters with island. Pool, built in
location featuring a heated and cooled sun
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in back. ALL major upgrades have been done and double oven. Finished garage with cabinets.
here! Truly a must see. Move in ready.
Low maintenance yard.
$385,500
$372,500
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