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Children’s Fund IE 66ers Unveil New Look
Kicks off 25th Celebration
Santa Claus
to Visit the SB
Libraries
- P. 2
PHOTO COURTESY OF: KAREN BLANCO
A turbo fill blaster and some fashion stencils
were a few of the gifts donated during the toy
donation kick off to the Celebration of Giving
Campaign headed by Children’s Fund for the
25th year.
BY: BREEANNA JENT
STAFF WRITER
Mina Holland
Wins $1,000 in
Shop N’ Win
Sweepstakes
- P. 4
Residents brought toys
by the dozens during the
kick off to the 25th annual Celebration of Giving Campaign, headed by
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Upbeat cla ssica l
music set the mood as
the Court Appointed Special Advocates
(C.A.S.A.) of San Bernardino held a night
of art and music at the
National Orange Show
Art Gallery in San Bernardino.
On
N o v.
19,
C.A.S.A. hosted a silent auction as part
of their Seeds for Tomorrow campaign, in
hopes of raising money
for a matching grant of
$20,000 donated by the
Cont. with Auction on P. 2
Inland Empire 66ers,
unveiled a new set of
logos — one that pays
homage to the team’s
namesake, historic highway Route 66.
The new “mechanic”
logo and overall muscle
car theme is intended
to commemorate what
made Route 66 so promiCont. with 66ers on P. 9
PHOTO COURTESY OF: KRISTOPHER SARIKAS
(Left) Attendees bidding on various items throughout the auction.
Boy Scouts Help
Unforgettables Bachelors Auctioned
Collecting 5.5 Tons of Food
Nov. 15 marked the
fi rst time in The Unforgettables Foundation
(TUF) history that a
Bachelor Auction at Morongo Casino and Resort
was hosted.
The casino lounge’s
360-degree view made
the perfect setting for the
evening’s festivities with
14 eligible bachelors who
reside either in Riverside
or San Bernardino counties there vying for the
ladies’ attention. Various prizes were handed
out thanks in part to
the many sponsors and
supporters of The Un-
Salvation Army by
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ECRWSS
Residential Customer
For the first time in 10
years, the 2013 California
League Champions, the
PHOTO COURTESY OF: IE 66ERS
(Right) C.A.S.A. staff
members enjoying the
fine art. From left: Elizabeth Palafox, Kacie Phillips, Peggy Tahramnis
and Valerie Valadez.
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(Above) The 66ers Dance Team was excited
to pose for pictures sporting the team’s
new logo.
(Right) Fans couldn’t wait to get their hands
on one of the team’s new hat designs.
C.A.S.A. Hosts Silent Auction to Ensure Future
BY: K RISTOPHER SARIKAS
COMMUNITY WRITER
Assembly
Member
Cheryl R.
Brown to
Co-Host
Forum on
Paying For
College - P. 8
the Children’s Fund. This
year Redlands AYSO Region 50 soccer teams
helped kick off the celebration on Nov. 16 with
PHOTO COURTESY OF: IE 66ERS
William Anderson, 11, holds up a list of food
items requested for collection.
The Boy Scouts of the
Inland Empire helped
The Salvation Army’s
San Bernardino Corps
feed hungry people by
collecting more than five
and a half tons of food
over two weekends.
“That is a lot of food
but we need it,” said Major
Daniel Henderson, Corps
Officer. “We will be using this food primarily in
Cont. with Scouts on P. 9
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OF GRAND TERRACE
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Cont. with Bachelors
on P. 8
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San Bernardino resident Orm Chaisawang, winner of the Sexiest Heels contest, and bachelor
James Frederick, a forklift operator and an assistant baseball coach at Grand Terrace High
School.
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came out and supported the Purple Ball and raised
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Onions to the truck that backed into my car last Friday.
Not even a note was left. Seriously, onions to people
who do this. You certainly wouldn’t like it if someone
did the same to you.
Many orchids to my aunt for hosting Thanksgiving
this year and planning vegan alternatives for myself
and friends. We really appreciate the extra effort
you’re making. Thank you so much!
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Congratulations to my parents on their 50th wedding
anniversary! You’re an inspiration to us all and we can
only hope to have a love like yours.
Congratulations to my husband on getting a promotion. You worked so hard for this! We all appreciate what you do for this family, thank you Love.
Congratulations to my little sister on saving her money well and being able to afford a nice trip to Europe.
We’re all proud of you and your persistence.
I’d like to wish my dear grandmother a happy 92nd
birthday. I love you, Oma!
Happy birthday to my girlfriend Linda! You make
life so special. Cheers, honey!
A very happy birthday to my cousin Amber! I can’t
wait to celebrate with you and friends.
Happy birthday to my cousin Matthew! I can’t believe you’re already 12!
Congratulations to Stella on the birth of her beautiful
baby girl, Juniper.
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Auction
Cont. from P. 1
Weingart Foundation.
All funds raised throughout the campaign are utilized
to ensure future f inancial
stability.
Kara Hunter, executive director at C.A.S.A., explained
the significance of the nonprofit organization.
“Our organization works
with kids in foster care and
on juvenile probation,” said
Hunter.
According to Hunter,
C.A.S.A. volunteers act as
advocates or mentors appointed by the court, to work
with the youth.
Throughout the night, attendees had the opportunity
to bid on various items such
as season tickets for two to
the San Bernardino Symphony or a Lake Arrowhead
resort and spa certificate.
As C.A.S.A. staff members tallied the bidding
sheets, Hunter invited guest
speaker Domenique Chavers
to say a few words. Chavers,
18, is a college student who
experienced the C.A.S.A
program firsthand.
“I think this is the best
program for a kid,” said
Chavers. “I think if I didn’t
have C.A.S.A., I wouldn’t be
where I am today.”
According to Chavers, her
experience with C.A.S.A.
has inspired her to pursue a
career in social work.
Immediately after Chavers’s motivational speech, San
Bernardino County Third
District Supervisor James
Ramos took the f loor.
Ramos explained the importance of funding an organization such as C.A.S.A.
PHOTO COURTESY OF: KRISTOPHER SARIKAS
From left: San Bernardino County Third District Supervisor James Ramos, C.A.S.A. of San Bernardino Executive
Director Kara Hunter, and C.A.S.A youth speaker, Domenique Chavers.
Auction winner of a Lake Arrowhead Resort and Spa
certificate, Liz Gallegos (right) with her friend Kathy
Turnboll.
and stressed the significance
of community.
“C.A.S.A. is a program
that’s been around but has
proven that it works and
sometimes people don’t truly
understand the impact that
is in our community,” said
Ramos.
As the auction came
to an end, C.A.S.A. staff
members began announcing the auction winners.
According to C.A.S.A.
staff member Peggy Tahramanis, the silent auction
raised roughly $7,500 by
the end of the night.
Santa Claus to Visit the SB Libraries
The San Bernardino
Public Library will host
visits by Santa Claus at
all four city libraries this
holiday season.
Santa will be in the
Bing Wong Auditorium
at the Feldheym Central
Library on Dec. 3 at 10:30
a.m. and again at 1:30 p.m.
He will then visit the Villasenor Branch Library at
525 N. Mt. Vernon Ave.
on Dec. 10 at 5 p.m.
His final visits will be
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on Dec. 12. On that day
he will be at the Dorothy Residents are invited to take their children to any of the city
Inghram Branch Library libraries, Dec. 3 through Dec. 12, to visit with Santa.
at 1505 W. Highland Ave. at
Participation in these
11 a.m., and then will go to 108 E. Marshall at 1 p.m. the
the Rowe Branch Library at same day.
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Children and teens will
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Mina Holland Wins $1,000 in Shop N’ Win Sweepstakes
BY: BREEANNA JENT
STAFF WRITER
PHOTO COURTESY OF: MARGIE MILLER
October 2013 Shop N’ Win sweepstakes winner Mina Holland (right), holds up her $1,000
cash prize. She was accompanied by her mother, Margo Salari, who holds the monthly
Shop N’ Win coupon book in her hand. Mina won her grand prize after using a coupon at
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For Mina Holland, a personal day of pampering paid
off in more ways than one
when she became the third
winner of the monthly Shop
N’ Win sweepstakes $1,000
grand prize for October 2013.
Not only did she look good
and feel good, but she was able
to get her money back.
While enjoying the time before her bi-weekly hair appointment at Hair Couture in Grand
Terrace, the Riverside resident
decided to hop next door to
Royal Nails Salon and get a
touch-up on her manicure.
Holland said that typically
Saturdays are reserved for hair
and eyebrow services and Sundays for manicure touch-ups,
but on that day Holland saw an
opportunity to get all three done
in the same day.
“That’s my relaxation
time,” said Holland. “There’s
no rush and I don’t mind waiting. I really like the service [at
Royal Nails].”
While she was at the salon
she took the opportunity to use
the salon’s coupon in the October 2013 edition of the Shop
N’ Win monthly coupon book.
When using the coupon she
then filled in the bottom to enter into the sweepstakes to win
$1,000. She shared that she felt
it couldn’t hurt.
“I thought, ‘why not?’” Holland said.
When Holland was called by
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her of her big win, she wasn’t
sure what to think. She sent
a text to the caller asking for
identification. A few text messages were exchanged before
Holland realized that she had,
in fact, won the sweepstakes.
“When the nail salon was
mentioned, I thought, ‘Oh
yeah, I did fill out a coupon,’”
said Holland. “I told my husband that I was being told I had
won some money and he said,
‘You should call them!’”
Holland was accompanied
by her mother, Margo Salari,
who was excited about her
daughter’s winnings. This
wasn’t the first time Holland
has won big. She was the recipient of a cash prize of a little
over $1,000 after she won a
50/50 giveaway at a football
game 11 years ago.
She’s also won raffle contests at work — for over five
years she’s been employed
as a director in the materials
and management department
of San Antonio Community
Hospital — but she said she
donates those to the hospital’s
foundation.
This prize, however, Holland commented, was welcomed heartily, especially in
light of the holiday season.
“I’m going to spend the
money for Christmas presents for my boys,” said Holland, who has three sons ages
12, 9 and 6. “It was really convenient timing!”
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NOVEMBER 21, 2013 • PAGE 5
Sixteen Decorated Trees Change Lives
BY: HELENA MITCHELL
EDITOR
PHOTO COURTESY OF: HELENA MITCHELL
Before giving the invocation
for the “Forest of Hope” Winter Wonderland Brunch, Reverend Robb Zinn of Emmanuel
Baptist Church shared, “Thank
you, thank you for all the differences you are making in the
lives of children you may never
meet who may grow up to be
the president, an assemblyman,
mayor, or a Hollywood singer.
God bless the little children.”
The 13th annual event,
which took place at the National
Orange Show, sported 16 donated trees decorated from head
to toe. Attendees placed tickets
into the baskets under the trees
in hopes that they would be
the lucky winner. Hundreds of
members, supporters and advocates for ChildHelp gathered in
support of making a difference
in the lives of abused children.
According to the ChildHelp
statistics page, every year more
than three million reports of
child abuse are made in the
United States involving more
than six million children (a
report can include multiple
children). This staggering
statistic was just one of the
many reasons that ChildHelp
has been a successful place of
change since 1959.
First-time attendee Lorena
Dailey, whose sister recently began her involvement with the
organization, shared, “This is
the first time I’ve been to something like this and I will do it
until the day I die. As a mother,
it’s a very personal cause. Thank
God myself or my children
never experienced it but I’ve
witnessed it and it’s such an
amazing cause. I don’t care if it
costs $1,000 to come, I would
find a way to get here.”
Redlands resident Jo Ann
Von Wald, who has been involved for over 30 years and currently serves as the president of
the Inland Empire Auxiliary of
ChildHelp, hosted the event and
said, “I’m out here to support
these kids. My heart goes out
to them.”
Kathy Hyland of Redlands,
who has been a member for
three years and served on countless PTA boards and baseball
leagues as her children were
growing, said, “Children can’t
help themselves so we have to be
the advocates for them. It’s sad
to think that there are kids out
there that are abused.”
While attendees enjoyed
their lunch, a group of about
a dozen children whose lives
have been changed as a result
of ChildHelp, made their way
to the stage and sang songs of
thanks to the audience.
Knea Hawley, who works
with the Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio and has recently become
a member of ChildHelp, shared
that she was at an event in Beaumont where she saw some of the
children whose lives have been
changed through ChildHelp,
sing to the audience.
“When you hear these kids
sing and they’re giving thanks,
it’s just amazing, when you think
of where these kids have come
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PHOTO COURTESY OF: HELENA MITCHELL
(Above) Detective Mary Yanez shares that what she does
everyday wouldn’t be possible if it wasn’t for her team of
supporters, her family. From left: Benjamin Yanez, Andrea
Yanez, Detective Mary Yanez (2013 Spirit of Hope Award Recipient), Kaylee Duff, Nicholas Wolin, Alexandria Wolin and
River Jordan. Not pictured: Alfredo and A.J. Yanez (husband
and son who had to leave early for a football game).
(Left) Redlands resident Jo Ann Von Wald, who has been
involved for over 30 years and currently serves as the president of the Inland Empire Auxiliary of ChildHelp, hosted the
event and said, “I’m out here to support these kids. My heart
goes out to them.”
from and how an organization
can make them feel. I was committed to being involved from
that moment on.”
After an energetic performance by the youths, a profound
message was given by Michal
Madison, who shared, “I stand
before you no longer a victim,
but because of the creator, I’m a
victorious survivor.”
She shared how since the
age of under 2 months old, she
was sexually abused by both
her father and her mother,
and how her father became a
school teacher and followed her
through the educational system,
always making sure that, in every grade, he was her teacher so
she would never have an opportunity to speak out for help.
She shared that just when she
would get comfortable, her family would move her into another
town, again, making sure that
her dad was her teacher.
When college rolled around,
she was finally able to escape;
however, not long before her
freedom began to transform
her, she got a call from her father
that he had gotten a job offer and
was moving to her college town.
The abuse began again only to
be alleviated around the age of
22 when her best friend began
spending the night. However,
it would not be long before two
dangerously abusive marriages
with men she was forced to
marry would shake her world
before her eventual escape and
true freedom, which she has
been thriving and growing in
for the past few years.
As a life-long artist and pianist
who was told for so many years
that she wasn’t good enough, she
shared, “I get to sell my paintings and donate 10 percent to
ChildHelp. Do you know how
much that thrills my soul?”
Shortly after Madison’s heartmoving story, event organizers
welcomed Det. Mary Yanez to
the stage to receive this year’s
Spirit of Hope award. Yanez,
who has dedicated her life to
helping children in abusive situations, told the audience, “I thank
you all for giving and supporting
and praying, because together
we can help these kids.”
Retired County Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Charles Terrell, has been coming out to the
event and others like it for years
in support of both the cause and
his wife, Bobbie, who is a retired
school psychologist and a member of the organization.
He said, “It’s very important taking care of kids who are
abused, offering them a chance
at academic progress and psychological support and moving
them in the right direction as
they get ready to become productive adults.”
Silent and live auctions
helped get the ball rolling on
making a difference in the lives
of those who had traveled from
Beaumont Village, a facility
that cares for children who are
in transition from their homes
and where the court decides to
place them either back home, in
foster care, or allow them to be
adopted.
Annette Winn, who has been
involved in the program for
about three years and serves
as the vice president of ChildHelp, Fundraising Chair, and
Membership Chair, shared, “I
have been to the Village, and it
is beautiful. There’s extensive
counseling available, a chapel,
a school, and horses and goats,
which are great therapy. Some
of these kids are so traumatized that they don’t even talk.
There was one little girl that
didn’t talk and when she finally spoke it was to the horse,
and she said, ‘Is your mommy
mean to you too?’”
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Winn shared that the proceeds from events like the
“Forest of Hope” and other
events go towards the basic
needs of the children that
ChildHelp is able to reach
out to, including school and
hygiene supplies, clothing
and more.
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CITY NEWS • LIVING
Redlands Christmas Parade Committee
Seeks Parade Entries and Sponsorships
The Kiwanis Club of Redlands–Noon is seeking sponsorships and accepting entry
applications for the 24th annual
Redlands Christmas Parade,
“Christmas Around the World,”
scheduled for 6 p.m. on Dec. 7
in downtown Redlands. This
parade is also part of the city’s
125th Christmas celebration.
With local celebrity and cooking
guru Martha Green as Grand
Marshal, this citywide event is
expected to bring together thousands of people from throughout
the Inland Empire for a celebration of the holidays.
The parade committee is
currently seeking entries of classic cars, sports teams, marching
bands, floats, equestrians, scout
troops, carolers, area dignitaries or any other type of fun and
creative entry that will help to
spread the holiday spirit and cre-
ate warm and wonderful memories for spectators.
The entry fee is $20 for individuals and non-profit organizations and $30 for commercial entries.
Go to www.redlands-events.
com/XMAS.htm to download
and print the application. Mail
the completed application and
entry fee to the Kiwanis Club of
Redlands–Noon, PO Box 8427,
Redlands, CA 92375. Checks
should be made payable to the
Kiwanis Club of Redlands. Entry applications must be received
by Nov. 20.
Additionally, parade sponsors are needed to help make
the Redlands Christmas Parade
a successful event. Sponsorship
levels range from $100 to $1,000
and must be received immediately to ensure that businesses
are included in all areas of the
No One Injured
in Kitchen Fire
No one was injured in a
fire that damaged a portion of
a kitchen the morning of Nov.
14. Firefighters responded to
the residence in the 300 block
of Doyle Street shortly before
9 a.m. A Redlands police officer used a fire extinguisher
to put out the blaze prior to
firefighters’ arrival.
The fire started in an elec-
tric coffee pot on a stove and
moved to the wall, hood and
duct work behind and above
the stove. Firefighters extinguished remaining hot spots
and ventilated smoke from
the residence. Firefighters
are investigating whether the
blaze may have been caused
by a malfunction in the appliance or some other cause.
chosen sponsorship. Businesses
interested in becoming a parade sponsor may contact Dave
Ahlers at 909-792-4016.
Parade participants and spectators should dress warmly, arrive early and bring chairs and
blankets as the best seats along
the parade route fill up early.
The parade will begin on Citrus Avenue near the Redlands
Mall. Participants will travel
east on Citrus to 8th Street,
head north on 8th, then west
on East State Street. From
there the parade will travel
south on Orange Street back
to Citrus Avenue, then head
west on Citrus. The parade
will end on Eureka and West
State streets, just outside the
Redlands Mall.
For those unable to attend,
the parade will also be televised
on Time Warner Cable Channel
3 and Verizon Channel 35. A
DVD of the parade will also be
available for purchase.
In 1988, the city of Redlands
sponsored the community-wide
event but could not afford to
continue to do so. Larry Statler,
then chairman of the Easter
PHOTO COURTESY OF: KIWANIS CLUB OF REDLANDS–NOON
Dozens of marching bands and hundreds of floats will
bring the Christmas spirit to life in Redlands this year, as in
years past, during the Redlands annual Christmas Parade.
Currently the Redlands Christmas Parade Committee is
seeking parade entries and sponsorships to help make
this year’s nighttime parade another success.
Parade, and a few others, took
it upon themselves to continue
the festivities. The original parade committee consisted of five
members, including Statler of
Statler’s Jewelers, Tom Nelson
of the Bootery, Linda Johnson
and Daney Bachiu of Redlands
Blue Print, and Dean Strella of
the Redlands Daily Facts.
In 1992, the Kiwanis Club of
Redlands–Noon took over the
management of the parade as a
way to give back to the children
of Redlands. In 1995, the previously daytime parade began
running at night.
Last year, an estimated 25,000
spectators lined the streets for
the event, and countless others
watched it on Redlands TV.
For further information,
contact Dave Ahlers at 909792-4016.
Native American Tribe
Donates $1 Million to Typhoon Haiyan Relief
The San Manuel Band of
Mission Indians has donated a
total of $1 million to help the
people of the Philippines in the
catastrophic aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. The American
Red Cross and International
Medical Corps will each receive $500,000 to assist with
the humanitarian aid efforts.
“A fundamental belief
among Native people is caring
for the welfare and well-being
of people around the world,”
said San Manuel Chairperson
Carla Rodriguez. “The San
Manuel Band of Mission Indians supports this belief and
acts accordingly when calls
for help come from around
the world. We are pleased to
support the work of the International Medical Corps and
the American Red Cross as
they deploy their professional
staff and resources to assist
the people of the Philippines.
We pray for their quick and
full recovery.”
The Category 5 typhoon
left widespread devastation,
affecting 11.3 million people, including 673,000 that
are displaced. Funds from
San Manuel will support the
global response to Typhoon
Haiyan. Half of the tribe’s
$1 million donation will be
used for an immediate response from The American
Red Cross to distribute relief
items, repair and rebuild shelters, provide healthcare and
ensure access to clean water
and sanitation systems.
The other half of San Manuel’s donation will allow the
International Medical Corps
to recruit local medical volunteers to staff mobile medical
units (MMUs) in and around
the hardest hit areas. Through
the MMUs, International
Medical Corps will deliver
health care services with a
special emphasis on child and
maternal health; nutrition
monitoring; medication; clean
water; hygiene awareness and
promotion; and psychosocial
support and training for frontline health care workers.
San Manuel’s support will
address both the short-and
long-term needs of people affected by the storm. There is
projected to be a high risk of
maternal and neo-natal morbidity and mortality as many
health facilities and birthing
clinics have been destroyed
or significantly damaged. Approximately 8,000 births are
expected in the first month
alone. Support from San
Manuel to the International
Medical Corps will allow the
relief organization to rapidly
increase health services to
meet the growing humanitarian needs.
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each year raises funds for a chosen good cause.
BY: PETE PETERSEN
COMMUNITY WRITER
The Bombshell Betty
Buick will be one of the many
classic restored cars at the 7th
annual Bo Huff Rockabilly
Extravaganza car and motorcycle show and concert.
The event will run Thanksgiving weekend on Nov. 30 at
the Riverside Airport, beginning at 9 a.m.
Each year, the Rockabilly
Extravaganza is held to benefit someone in need. Last
November’s show raised funds
to purchase a special needs van
for Kaylie Michalski and City of
Hope cancer research. The 2011
show raised funds for Bo Huff,
the Guru of Kinetic Sculpture,
who suffered from multiple
melanoma and is now in remission. This year’s benefactors
will be Wounded Warriors, the
Maxwell Family and again, City
of Hope cancer research.
The event will run through
dusk and will feature many
vendors, including custom car
model designer Radio Bob, and
live entertainment.
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Bachelors
Cont. from P. 1
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Innovations Hair Salon in Grand Terrace gave bachelor James Frederick, a Grand Terrace
resident who is a forklift operator in San Bernardino and an assistant baseball coach
at Grand Terrace High School, a makeover for the big night. He is pictured here with
Innovations employees, from left: Marybeth Correra, Sue Pasillas, Jamie Rey, Frederick,
Yolanda Navarro, Ophelia Chagolla and Sandy Razo.
PHOTO COURTESY OF: MARDIS FAMILY
Emcees Julie Buehler, Palm Springs Sports Radio host, and a few of the eligible bachelors up for auction.
who bid on them will take
Ken Binkley, gave Frederick
his makeover the day of the
auction.
Innovations Salon wanted
to get involved, Binkley said,
because “giving back to our
community that supports us
gives us inner satisfaction.”
Frederick said his friend,
Danielle, encouraged him to
participate. He will be going on
a group date with a young woman named Patty, 26, who was the
successful bidder for him. Evans
said the group dates between
the bachelors and the ladies
place following the holidays.
He also said he hopes to see
more ladies at similar events
in the future.
San Bernardino County
Fire Marshal Mike Horton
took home the largest bid,
totaling $1,500.
Assemblymember Cheryl R. Brown
to Co-Host Forum on Paying For College
PHOTO COURTESY OF: OFFICE OF CHERYL BROWN
forgettables Foundation. The
sponsors ranged from Citizens
Business Bank Arena to local
businesses such as Innovations
Salon in Grand Terrace, Susie
Willhide at Grand Terrace’s
Baskets Ahh.. La Cart providing gift baskets for the event
and Colton Dental giving
away a $599 teeth whitening
procedure.
The event began at 6:30
p.m. and ran through 9 p.m.
that evening. Following the
auction, attendees were invited
to head over to Club Vibe.
TUF founder Tim Evans
shared that event sponsors
provided many fun-filled
date opportunities for the
ladies who had successful bids on the bachelors: a
Long Beach cruise, a Hangar
24 tour, an Ontario Reign
hockey game and a jeep trip
in Coachella Valley.
Additionally, local salons
and spas gave each bachelor
a makeover on the day of
the event to ensure they
were each auction ready,
and girls participated in a
Sexiest Heels contest. Orm
Chaisawang, a San Bernardino resident, was one
of the winners in the Sexiest Heels contest. Thanks
to Alex Hards dee-jaying
the event, the fun never
stopped.
The event, which was
planned for four months by
a Bachelor Auction Committee, raised over $5,000
for the foundation.
“It was a tremendous success for a first time event,”
Evans said.
Emcees included Inland
Empire Magazine owner
Brenda Lorenzi, Palm
Springs Sports Radio host
Julie Buehle, San Bernardino County Fifth District
Supervisor Josie Gonzales
and Highland Mayor Pro
Tem Penny Lilburn.
Evans’s inspiration for
the Bachelor Auction came
from a similar event he’d
seen in the Coachella Valley,
where $50,000 was raised.
He saw an opportunity to
bring an entertaining event to
his local area and help raise
funds for a great cause.
TUF is a non-profit foundation that dedicates their
time, energy and money in
assisting low-income families during the hardest part
of their lives — the loss of
a child. TUF is dedicated to
helping families give their
children the dignified burial
they deserve and helps educate
both parents and community
members on how to deal with
the loss.
“The Unforgettables is such
a tough topic, you almost have
to have loud, fun, happy events
to counteract the somber nature of the cause — so that’s
what we do,” said Evans.
Among the 14 bachelors
auctioned off that evening
were: Redlands residents Nik
Alsop, who is a soccer coach;
Steven Sumlar, in marketing
and massage therapy; CJ Sillers,
Oak Glen resident and Brewcakes owner; David Brigham, a
sales representative with Ritual
Brewing Company; Yucaipa
residents Mark Edwards, a financial specialist and entrepreneur; Ed Ferguson, owner and
manager of Tire Guys Goodyear; Menifee resident Mike
Horton, fire marshal with the
San Bernardino County Fire
Department; Riverside residents Matt Friedlander, senior
director with the United Way
of the Inland Valleys; Jonathan
Murtaugh, a Facebook marketing director; James Persinger, a
financial adviser; Nick Adcock,
a governmental affairs manager with the Greater Riverside
Chambers of Commerce; Canyon Lake resident David Morgan, a California state district
representative; Irvine resident
Paul Cramer, a director of sales
for a pet food company and a
real estate broker; and Grand
Terrace resident James Frederick, an assistant baseball
coach at Grand Terrace High
School.
“It was a great group of guys
picked,” said Frederick, 27, of
the bachelors. Frederick was a
first-time bachelor for auction.
“We clicked really well together,” he said. “I would definitely like to do it again.”
Innovations Salon in
Grand Terrace, owned by
CITY NEWS • COMMUNITY
Assemblymember Cheryl
Brown, above, will host a forum and resource fair aimed
at educating students about
financial aid programs available to them.
Assemblymember Cheryl R.
Brown (D-San Bernardino), in
partnership with the Associated
Student Government (ASG),
Inc. at San Bernardino Valley
College (SBVC), will co-host a
college affordability forum and
resource fair at the campus library on Dec. 5, from noon to 3
p.m. The focus of the event is to
inform students of free financial aid programs and explore
the importance of planning
ahead to succeed in college.
“We’re really concerned
about the increasing amount of
debt that students are amassing
after they’ve completed their
degrees and certificates,” said
Brown. “There’s a number of
funding opportunities available at the state level including scholarships, grants and
investment options. I’m really
pleased to have worked with
the California Student Aid
Commission to come to this
event and share some of the
free assistance programs that
are available to transfer and
vocational students. This is a
wonderful opportunity to explore some viable options to
lower your costs. Please take
advantage of these programs.”
The forum, moderated by
ASG, will include two panels.
Participating speakers include
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Bernardino Community College District (SBCCD); Professor Ed Gomez, History
Department, SBVC; Professor James Dulgeroff, Department of Economics, SBVC;
Professor James Robinson,
Chair of the Human Services
Dept., SBVC; School Support Representative Monique
Doduc, California Student
Aid Commission; Deputy Director of Operations Miguel
McQueen, San Bernardino
County Workforce Development Department (WDD);
Programs Manager Theresa
Keller, San Bernardino Employment Training Agency
(SBETA); and President/CEO
Dina Walker, Blu Education
Foundation.
In addition to the forum, a
resource fair featuring free financial assistance information
will occur outside the library.
Participating vendors include
Assemblymember Cheryl R.
Brown, WDD, EOPS/STAR,
SBETA and Blu Education
Foundation.
Those who wish to attend
can RSVP to Ashley Jones by
calling 909-381-3238 or emailing [email protected]
Students, faculty, community leaders and residents are encouraged to participate and ask
questions at the open forum.
Donations
Cont. from P. 1
their “Kids Helping Kids” toy
drive.
Over 100 unwrapped toys
were donated in the drive,
confirmed Karen Blanco,
Children’s Fund marketing
manager.
Erin Phillips, president and
CEO of Children’s Fund, said,
“Teaming up with Redlands
AYSO is a way to educate our
youth that giving back is very
rewarding. The parents will
take their child shopping for a
gift that they would like to receive and then the child donates
that gift to the collection box.
What a great message.”
The toy drive marked the
second year Redlands AYSO
has participated in the Celebration of Giving Campaign.
Trish Aurelio, Redlands AYSO
assistant regional commissioner
said, “Redlands AYSO is excited
to partner with Children’s Fund
again this year and we welcome
everyone to participate in the
Kids Helping Kids Toy Drive
— not just soccer players and
their parents but the entire
community as well.”
To mark the occasion, 89.7
KSGN was on site at the Redlands Sports Complex during
the kickoff event. KSGN Program Director Bryan O’Neal
said, “Making a difference is
what KSGN stands for. Together we can put smiles on the
faces of underprivileged children this holiday season.”
KSGN brought their spinning wheel for prize opportunities.
“The idea was that the child
was to pick out what they would
like to receive and then put it in
the box for a child who would
not otherwise receive a toy,”
said Blanco of the theme.
The support from the community was high, Blanco explained with this anecdote:
“One 10-year-old had handcarved a toy because he wanted
to make sure that someone got
a toy for Christmas. He said,
‘I just wish I could see the look
on the boy’s face when he gets
this.’”
Blanco also shared that this
year Children’s Fund is working with local Girl Scout troops
who are collecting donations of
toys and that on Dec. 10, will
deliver them to Children’s Fund
at the organization’s warehouse
in San Bernardino. For their
participation in the drive, Girl
Scouts will earn a toy drive
patch, said Blanco.
Those who are interested in
donating new, unwrapped toys
may drop them off through
Dec. 18 at the Children’s Fund
warehouse, located at 1140 E.
Cooley Ave., San Bernardino.
66ers
Cont. from P. 1
nent in Southern California.
66ers general manager Joe
Hudson said, “When we went
through the whole rebranding
process, we looked at a number of new concepts and logos,
including cars, trucks and, ultimately, characters like the
mechanic. From the start of
the process we wanted a logo
that we could bring life to and
when the mechanic character
was presented, it just made sense
and fit great within the whole
brand and theme of Route 66.
We have truly created a new and
exciting brand that focuses on
the family fun entertainment
that minor league baseball is all
about. Our new identity symbolizes both a new era in an already historic franchise as well
as an investment to our fans and
community. This is a look that
will appeal to all ages and will
present a brand image that we
feel all of our fans will love. Our
fans can expect the same great
entertainment, world class service and community focus that
Scouts
Cont. from P. 1
the gift boxes we’ll give to area
families in need at Christmas
but it will also help supplement
our daily meal program, including special holiday meals we are
serving on Thanksgiving and
Christmas Day.”
After standing in front of
Stater Bros. stores on Nov. 2
and Nov. 9, the Boy Scouts collected 11,004 pounds of food.
Although this is the first time
they’ve actually weighed it, it
may not be the first year they’ve
collected this much. They have
collected tons of food for the
Salvation Army and other charities with meal programs for the
past several years.
“There are a lot of needy
people out there so it may not
go far,” said Denise Wampole,
Inland Empire Scouting for
Food Coordinator. “Hopefully
it will help.”
Boy Scouts from San Bernardino, Rialto, Colton, Highland, Grand Terrace, Fontana
and Bloomington collected
food for the Salvation Army.
They were participating in a nationwide event the Boy Scouts
of America calls “Scouting for
Food.”
Each Scouting for Food
drive benefits a local charity. For instance, not only did
they love us for. We’ve simply
re-imagined our identity.”
The home cap logo depicts
a mechanic batting with an oildrenched wrench. Other logos
also tie in the muscle-car theme,
depicting wrenches, engines and
the “66ers” on wings.
Creating and perfecting the
logo took nearly a year of collaboration between the 66ers and
Brandiose, a San Diego-based
company led by founders Jason
Klein and Casey White. Clients include a number of MLB
teams, including the Lehigh Valley IronPigs and the Richmond
Flying Squirrels.
Jason and Casey often traveled to San Bernardino and visited with fans, staff and community members to get a sense
of what type of logo would perfectly emanate the spirit of both
the team and the Inland Empire
community. From there, the
design team was able to settle
on the new logo and the team’s
new colors of powder blue and
orange — colors not usual in the
league.
“From the start, when we
talked about changing our logos,
it was more than just logos,” said
Hudson. “It was changing the
troops from San Bernardino
and other nearby communities
collect food for the Salvation
Army, a troop from Lake Arrowhead that is part of the same
Arrowhead District as those
helping the Salvation Army,
collected food for a shelter in
Blue Jay.
The San Bernardino Salvation Army will put the food to
good use on Thanksgiving Day
when it hosts a Thanksgiving
dinner that often brings in 300
people. Although much of the
food served at that dinner is
fresh, some of the non-perishable items the Boy Scouts collect may be included.
In December, the San Bernardino Corps assembles holiday food baskets for more than
600 local families. Canned
food donations received from
the Boy Scouts will be included
in those baskets. In addition to
the holiday baskets, a delicious
Christmas dinner is served on
Christmas Day to those in need.
And if there’s still any of the
five-and-a-half tons of food left
over after Christmas, the San
Bernardino Corps also needs
food every day for up to 75
people at its Hospitality House
homeless shelter and for the up
to 200 people who receive a free
dinner served six nights a week
at its 746 W. Fifth Street location. More than 40,000 meals
are served annually at the Fifth
Street location.
Wyatt’s
Big screens lit up to unveil the new rebranding theme of
the Inland Empire 66ers.
brand of the 66ers. We wanted
the new brand to be fun, exciting and unique while at the
same time paying homage to
the history of Route 66. When
we looked at colors, we thought
of the classic muscle car colors
and found the baby blue and orange combination not only fit
perfectly within the new theme
and brand, but also looked great
when combined together.”
Following the unveiling,
merchandise featuring the new
logos and colors became available for purchase online and by
visiting the merchandise store
inside San Manuel Stadium. As
merchandise went up for sale,
items flew off the shelves and
into the hands of eager and sup-
portive 66ers fans.
For Hudson and the rest of
the team, the brand represents
both the team’s growth and the
family fun it has brought to the
Inland Empire for years.
“I think the most exciting
part of the new logos and the
overall brand are all the possibilities that they allow us as
a front office to have from a
creative standpoint. It opens
up a lot of new possibilities
from video board graphics to
merchandise to print material,”
said Hudson.
The 66ers players themselves will soon be sporting the
new look on their uniforms,
which will be unveiled at a later
date.
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basket was TJ Bullington from Crestline (center). Bullington responded to the Scout’s request for donations and
happily gave the items to Scout Jason Bun.
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Adhering to its motto,
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to 12:30 p.m., Dec. 7, at the
Redlands Community Center
Gymnasium.
The seminar, part of the
department’s Street Smart program, is designed to increase
participants’ level of awareness
and minimize their risk of victimization.
The seminar is designed for
women and girls ages 13 and
up and will include a personal
safety presentation as well as
hands-on training.
The class includes presentations by members of the
Redlands Police Department,
hands-on training in self-defense tactics and a personal
safety question and answer
session.
Participants should bring a
light lunch and water and wear
loose clothing and comfortable
tennis shoes.
The cost for the seminar is
$15. All of the fees collected
will be applied to the Street
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Street Smart is an after
school self-defense program
for children and teens taught
by Redlands Police officers.
Now in its fifth year, Street
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Tips to Turn Your Home into Your Own Beauty Salon
swabs are created equal
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• Give those cotton in the shape of a “V” at
as looking around your
• Q-tips cotton swabs swabs double duty for a the bottom of the nail,
house. Whether it’s in can be used for creating manicure worth showing or you can come up
your bathroom or your a variety of on-trend off. First, rub toothpaste with your own design,
laundry room, all sorts of beauty looks and are an on your nails to remove such as horizontal lines
products already in your easy and hygienic alterna- stains and add shine be- or a moon. Make sure
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to easily and quickly help brushes. For special oc- the nail plate. Whether clear top coat to seal the
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while giving your hair a lips. The subtle hints of having the right tools on
fresh scent. A dime-sized gold will balance each hand. “Not all cotton
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CSUSB Welcomes New Hundley Named
Associate Vice President for Development
Executive Director for the Western
States Communication Association
Beth Brenner, a new face to the university’s total.
She previously was direcCal State San Bernardino’s
tor of Corporate and Foundawinning team of leaders.
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tion Relations for Cal Poly’s
University Advancement Division, director of Major Gifts
for the College of Engineering, and assistant director of
Advancement for the Orfalea
College of Business.
“I am thrilled to be joining Cal State San Bernardino
at such an exciting time in
the university’s history under the leadership of President (Tomás) Morales and
Dr. Fremont,” said Brenner.
“I am honored to have the
opportunity to partner with
alumni, donors and friends
of CSUSB on philanthropic
initiatives that will transform
the lives of students, businesses and communities in
our region.”
Prior to joining Cal Poly
San Luis Obispo, Brenner
was California Allstate Foundation Manager for Allstate
Insurance Company’s Allstate
Foundation. She also served
as director of Development
and Donor Services Officer
for the Sacramento Region
Community Foundation,
and she was the Northwest
Development Associate for
Canine Companions for Independence.
Brenner graduated from
Sonoma State University,
where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in communication studies with a journalism
emphasis, while minoring in
English. She also earned a
Master’s degree in nonprofit
administration from the University of San Francisco.
Colton
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PHOTO COURTESY OF: SID ROBINSON
Beth Brenner, who has
served in a wide variety of
philanthropic positions at
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and
other organizations, has been
named the new associate vice
president for development at
Cal State San Bernardino.
Brenner began her appointment on Oct. 31. Longtime CSUSB administrator
Cindi Pringle has served in
the position on an interim
basis following her retirement as the associate vice
president for development
last December.
“I am delighted that the
university has a stellar new
leader of development,” said
Ron Fremont, Cal State San
Bernardino vice president
of University Advancement.
“Beth brings a wealth of
development experience to
CSUSB, having successfully
served in four unique positions at Cal Poly San Luis
Obispo. Last year alone, Cal
Poly SLO raised in excess of
$42 million of which more
than $20 million was directly or indirectly attributed to
Beth’s work.”
Brenner has served in four
different positions at Cal Poly
San Luis Obispo since 2008,
including her most recent
role as assistant dean for
Advancement and External
Relations for the College of
Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences. She was
the lead development officer
for the most successful fundraising college at the university, helping it to exceed
its fundraising goal by 50
percent during 2012-2013,
which accounted for half of
Professor Heather Hundley,
above, will shadow current
Executive Director John Reinard prior to taking her new
position in June next year.
Heather Hundley, professor of Communication
Studies at Cal State San Bernardino, has been named executive director for the Western States Communication
Association.
She will begin her threeyear term on June 1, 2014, and
will shadow current Executive
Director John Reinard prior
to taking her new position.
The WSCA is an academic professional association devoted to conducting
and sharing research among
its 1,000 members. The association publishes research in
scholarly journals and holds
a convention every year in
February.
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the department, college and
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also is graduate coordinator
for CSUSB’s department of
communication studies.
Hundley became a member of WSCA during her
graduate studies at California
State University, Sacramento.
Her first graduate term paper
was competitively selected for
presentation at the association’s annual conference.
During her time with the
association, Hundley served
in several elected positions
in the Media Studies Interest
Group (Secretary, Vice Chair
and Chair), was appointed to
different committees in the
association (including the
Member Services Committee, Time and Place Committee and the Scholars Award
Committee), and was elected
in the presidential positions
second vice president, first
vice president, president-elect,
president and past president.
One of the obligations
of an executive director is
to oversee the membership
database, search for convention sites along with the
president or president-elect,
oversee policies and bylaws,
and oversee WSCA’s financial
responsibilities.
While the executive director for WSCA is an unpaid position, Hundley is committed
to giving back to her professional association.
“Part of it is love for the association and giving back to
the community that helped me
professionally and personally,”
she said.
The current president of
WSCA, Brian L. Ott, said the
association “is thrilled that
Dr. Heather Hundley has accepted our invitation to serve
as the association’s next Executive Director. She brings strong
organizational skills, effective
leadership and a deep commitment to the association.”
“Heather was an excellent
president and program planner,
especially planning a program
in Alaska,” said President-elect
Patricia O’Keefe, who has
known Hundley for a decade.
“What she brings to us is her
total organization and dedication to the (association) and
we’re so lucky to have her.”
Hundley’s goals as executive director are to help the
continued growth of WSCA
and to maintain its established excellent reputation in
the field.
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NOVEMBER 28, 2013 • PAGE 13
Author Jeff McMahon Tips to Keep Potty Training Positive
to Visit The Frugal Frigate
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Author Jeff McMahon will present his book, Swimming
to the Moon, at the Frugal Frigate.
Aimed specifically at keeping the tradition of hardcover
books and bedtime reading
alive in the age of e-books and
alternate reading methods,
The Frugal Frigate will offer a new children’s illustrated
poetry book: “Swimming to
the Moon/A Collection of
Rhymes Without Reason,” by
author Jeff McMahon. The
poems in this poetry book
form a collection of tall tales
and silly stories with some
words of wisdom woven in.
Each poem is interpreted
by illustrator Jessica Warrick, who worked with McMahon to bring the rhymes
to life. The illustrated verses
and story-poems come alive
with memorable characters
and messages that will appeal
to children of all ages.
The inspiration for this
project is the author’s fond
memories of reading Shel
Silverstein books with his
young children at bedtime;
the fun and laughter and his
desire to foster that tradition
forward with the same type
of hardcover book that made
the experience so fun and
memorable.
“I sincerely believe that in
this day of e-books and Kindles, there’s still nothing like a
great illustrated hardcover book
to flip through and share and
read with your family,” said McMahon. “With nothing against
the progress and practicality of
the electronic age, I’m confident
that you can’t beat holding a real
hardcover book in your hands
and reading with your kids.
‘Swimming to the Moon’ is the
perfect book for families to share
and experience together.”
The 192-page gift book
includes 118 illustrations and
poems in a beautiful hardcover edition with a full color
dust jacket.
McMahon will visit The
Frugal Frigate (9 N. Sixth Street,
Redlands) on Dec. 7, from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. “Swimming to
the Moon” is available now in
hardcover for $19.98.
(BPT)—Parents everywhere
agree — potty training can be a
struggle. You worry about taking your toddler out in public or
trying to find ways simultaneously to encourage potty training and boost your child’s selfconfidence. Still, of 1,000 moms
surveyed, 76 percent feel that
their child’s personal growth as
a result of potty training is, ultimately, a big reward.
Every parent goes through
the potty training stages and
every parent will experience a
challenge or two during the experience. The following advice
from Pull-Ups Potty Training
Partners, Dr. Heather Wittenberg and Jen Singer, addresses
the fears parents and toddlers
have during the training process and explains the Pull-Ups
Potty Breaks Ritual — a simple
call-and-response routine that
keeps potty training fun and
consistent.
Not making it in time
It’s helpful to monitor how
long it’s been between potty
breaks and how much your
child has had to drink. Reminding your child to go is
another important step. Sixtyeight percent of 1,000 moms
surveyed say that accidents
occur as a result of their toddler not wanting to stop playing and take a potty break.
Get your child excited with
the potty breaks ritual by calling out, “What does a big kid
take?” and let them excitedly
respond, “A potty break”.
Fear of the toilet
For children, the fear of falling in the toilet or of something
reaching up to grab them is both
real and scary. Remember that
toddlers may not understand a
logical explanation. Instead, try
to take their mind off of the fear
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Potty training should be geared to the individual child.
by turning the experience into
something fun. The Pull-Ups
Big Kid App offers more advice
for parents and fun activities and
games to help toddlers have fun
with potty training.
Accidents
We all know accidents happen. While it may feel as if you’re
causing a scene, remember that
no one around you is as concerned about it as you. Try to stay
positive and be prepared. When
heading out the door, bring an
emergency kit containing wipes,
a change of clothes and some
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Taking too long to train
As one of the most common
potty training concerns, every
parent has a different idea about
what is “too long.” Don’t let external pressures give you false
expectations about your child’s
development or potty-training
process. Potty training is a marathon, not a sprint, so enjoy the
ride.
Training on the road
Vacations and trips can interrupt a child’s schedule, from
traditional sleep times to potty
training. Try your best to schedule stops and count on spending extra time for potty breaks.
Once you’re at your destination
or back home, jump back into
your normal training routine.
Every child will have a
unique experience with potty
training. Establishing a fun,
consistent routine ensures
you’ll both endure fewer frustrations and share a positive
experience together. Before
you know it, your little one will
soon be a big kid.
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11/28/13
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