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PENSACOLA, Fla. - The Navy’s Voluntary Education (VOLED)
and Navy College Program has undergone a transformation as outlined in NAVADMIN 219/16, as they begin increasing self service
options and providing additional online support for Sailors.
As of Oct 1, Sailors are required to only use the Navy’s VOLED
services. Here are some things you need to know to continue to
receiving the support for all your education needs.
Sixteen Navy College Offices (NCO) in the continental U.S. will
transition to a new construct and close. The Navy will keep four
NCOs open for an additional year in the fleet concentration areas
of Norfolk, San Diego, Jacksonville, Fla., and Kitsap, Wash. They
will be open until Sept. 30, 2017.
In the Southwest Region, NCOs to close are Coronado and Lemoore.
The Virtual Education Center (VEC) will continue to provide education counseling and information. The hours have been expanded
to 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. EST. Sailors can utilize the VEC by phone (877)
838-1659 or DSN 492-4684), text messaging and web-chat at www.
navycollege.navy.mil.
Information on the Navy College Program can be found at http://
www.navycollege.navy.mil and the Navy Voluntary Education Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/NavyVoluntaryEducation/.
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The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is the largest worldwide
charity campaign that has raised millions of dollars each year. Pledges
are made by federal civilian, postal, and military donors during the
campaign season (Sept. 1-Dec. 15).
Campaigns are held across the nation and overseas. They support
eligible non-profit organizations that provide health and human
service benefits throughout the world.
The mission of the CFC, according to the Office of Personnel Management, is to promote and support philanthropy through a program
that is employee focused, cost-efficient, and effective in providing
all federal employees the opportunity to improve the quality of life
for all. (reference: OPM.gov).
The CFC is a great opportunity for charities and federal employees
alike to come together and learn about different philanthropic options
and how they can help. It is an exciting way to develop a community
that is focused on giving and supporting others throughout the nation and the world.
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During the visit, Carter delivered a speech on the flight deck
about the future of the rebalance
to the Asia-Pacific region and
ongoing security challenges
there.
“We in the United States are
finding more and more every day
that nations in the Asia-Pacific
region see future opportunities to
improve their militaries and their
security,” said Carter. “They’re
increasingly coming to us to
partner.”
Carter thanked the crew for
their service and noted the impact they will have on events
around the world with their upcoming deployment in 2017.
“You, and your fellow Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines will solidify the rebalance and you will make [the
rebalance] work,” said Carter.
“You will help the Asia-Pacific
region, once again the most consequential region for America’s
future, realize a principled,
peaceful and prosperous future,
and play the role only America
can play.”
Following his speech, Carter
shook hands with several Sailors
in attendance.
“Hearing the Secretary of Defense speak about our upcoming
deployment means a lot,” said
Petty Officer 3rd Class Laura
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The Navy’s Energy Action Month theme is
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national security for years to
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Carl Vinson is currently pierside in its homeport of San
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Carter spoke to the Vinson crew regarding the
rebalance to the Asia-Pacific and ongoing security
challenges in the region.
Carl Vinson is preparing
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WASHINGTON - Through a presidential proclamation, October has been designated as Energy
Action Month to stress the importance of energy
for our nation’s economic vitality today and for a
sustainable future.
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SAN DIEGO - Defense Secretary Ash Carter visited Sailors
and local media aboard aircraft
carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN
70) in its homeport of San Diego,
Sept. 29.
In honor of Energy Action Month, naval commands and organizations are demonstrating their
commitment to energy resiliency by reducing
energy consumption and promoting awareness of
energy as an enabler of combat capability.
Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy,
Installations and Environment Dennis McGinn
and California Energy Commission Chairman Dr.
Robert Weisenmiller will headline the California
Energy Collaboration Conference at Stanford
University’s Hoover Institute Oct. 12. The day’s
agenda includes McGinn and Weisenmiller signing a Memorandum of Understanding between the
Navy and California that formalizes their ongoing
energy partnership. There will also be a panel
with former Secretary of State George Shultz to
discuss the importance of energy efficiency and
renewable energy development, an announcement
for new renewable energy projects at three Navy
installations in California and a statewide electric
vehicle initiative.
Other activities will be taking place throughout
the month, including Navy energy exhibits at the
Navy Birthday Reception, the Neptune Festival,
Navy Exchanges (NEXs) and the Nauticus Museum in the Hampton Roads area; energy exhibits
at San Francisco and Baltimore fleet weeks and
during the commissioning of the USS Zumwalt;
and coordinated social media campaigns with
operational and shore focused energy content by
numerous commands.
Senior Navy leaders will be releasing energyoriented videos during Energy Action Month to
raise awareness of smart energy practices and
highlight the service’s commitment to optimizing
energy efficiency. The videos will be posted online
along with other energy videos recorded in the past
year. In addition, the Navy’s Task Force Energy
will release new content as part of the Energy
Warrior App, which is available for free download
at app stores.
Energy Action Month is an opportunity to engage
with friends and colleagues on approaches for utilizing energy more strategically in our day-to-day
jobs and in support of the mission.
National Military
Improvised threats organization becomes part of threat reduction agency
by Cheryl Pellerin
WASHINGTON - On Sept. 30
the Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat
Agency, originally a task force
known as the Joint Improvised
Explosive Device Defeat Organization, became part of the Defense
Threat Reduction Agency, according to a defense official.
eliminate and counter the threats
and mitigate their effects.
As the legislation required,
the transition of 255 civilians
and 110 military personnel under
DTRA was completed Sept. 30,
DTRA Acting Director Shari
Durand told DoD News in a
recent interview.
The move was directed by
Congress in Section 1532 of the
National Defense Authorization
Act for fiscal year 2016.
Section 1532 rejected a March
2015 move by the DoD to make
JIEDDO - whose name was
changed in April 2015 to the
Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Agency, or JIDA - a new
combat support agency under
the undersecretary of defense
for acquisition, technology and
logistics.
The joint explanatory statement that accompanied the
2016 NDAA cited congressional
“concerns” about the transition
and instead required “a new
strategy and implementation
plan … that would provide for
a more streamlined approach to
integrating the roles, missions
and activities of … JIDA into an
existing military department.”
In February 2016 DTRA was
The effort began in February,
she added, and was extensive.
A high-tech mosquito-catching prototype called a
smart trap being developed for the Defense Threat
Reduction Agency by Sandia National Laboratories
for the agency’s biosurveillance effort. Department
of Energy Sandia National Laboratories image
chosen as the military department under which JIDA would
perform its mission to protect
the warfighter by countering
mand Center for Combating
Weapons of Mass Destruction
are to safeguard the U.S. and its
allies from weapons of mass de-
“We had to make information systems talk
to one another. It was a huge and heavy
lift and the focus has been that there can’t
be any degradation to the support that we
are providing to the warfighter.”
- Shari Durand
improvised threats.
The missions of DTRA and the
co-located U.S. Strategic Com-
struction - chemical, biological,
radiological, nuclear and highyield explosives. DTRA also
provides capabilities to reduce,
“With 400 plus people -- all
the systems involved and for the
civilians all the pay systems -- all
of it had to be changed. We had
to make information systems talk
to one another. It was a huge and
heavy lift and the focus has been
that there can’t be any degradation to the support that we are
providing to the warfighter,”
Durand said.
That has been on the forefront
of everyone’s mind, she added,
“that all this has to be done in
the background and the mission
can’t suffer.”
DTRA calls its new component the Joint Improvised-Threat
Defeat Organization, or JIDO.
DTRA is based at Fort Belvoir,
Virginia, and JIDO is based in
Reston, Virginia, and will stay
there for now, Durand said.
Both organizations have personnel in the field in countries
worldwide.
“As an agency we now have
the responsibility for [weapons
of mass destruction] threats
and improvised threats to the
warfighter. So it will all be here
at DTRA,” Durand said.
JIDO’s mission, according to
DTRA’s August 2016 report to
Congress on the JIDO transition
plan, is to enable DoD actions to
counter improvised threats with
tactical responsiveness.
This is done, the report said,
through rapid acquisition supporting combatant command
efforts to prepare for and adapt
to battlefield surprise in fighting counterterrorism, counterinsurgency and related areas,
including counter-improvised
explosive devices.
“Right now there are clear
distinctions in the mission space
for JIDO and for DTRA. You
can think of it in terms of JIDO
… looking at immediate threats
to the warfighter on the battlesee JIDA, page 4
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WASHINGTON - Defense
Department military and civilian
members participated in a worldwide campaign that resulted in
the donation of nearly 3.3 million pounds of perishable and
nonperishable food to fill local
food banks that provide food for
families in need.
Despite this year’s campaign
being delayed for a month,
the department has surpassed
last year’s total by collecting
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year in only 60 days, said Valerie
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“When you’re out of school
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the country,” Thompson said.
“DoD pulled together and this
donation was not only the most
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in less time.”
She noted that this year’s
total equates to roughly 54,824
pounds of food donations or five
semi-trucks full - each day - for
60 days.
The Feds Feed Families campaign was established in April
2009, when President Barack
Obama signed the Edward M.
Kennedy Serve America Act,
which encouraged federal employees to expand their service
and support to communities,
Thompson said.
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charged chief human capital
officers to lead the program
throughout the federal government, allowing the DoD in particular to campaign and collect
food far beyond the National
Capital Region in concert with
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“We’ve been able to help
others throughout the country
and the world,” said Berthina
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policy strategic program analyst.
She described “gleaning organizations” throughout the United
States, including Washington,
Ohio, Illinois, and Alaska, in
which farmers allow DoD volunteers to visit crops and pick
the second harvest for families
in need.
“[The harvests] go directly
to the food banks so people can
put it on their tables,” Jamison
said.
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Latin also explained that Naval Air Stations Jacksonville
and Pensacola in Florida have
collected food through a combined effort with the Marine
Corps to ensure the donations
remain robust and military and
civilians converge to share food
collection opportunities.
“Some of [our military members] are lower-ranking, but
through their spirit of giving even if it’s just two cans of beans
- they’re doing it,” Eller said.
“It’s a wonderful thing to see
where their hearts are at when it
comes to things like this.”
Thompson said defense agencies and organizations and the
military services conduct their
own marketing campaigns and
requests for Feds Feed Families
campaign participation.
“For example, we had directors in Civilian Personnel
Policy/Defense Civilian Personnel Advisory Service compete
internally, and we actually ended
up with more than 5,000 pounds
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all the services,” Latin said. “I
appreciate knowing that a lot of
people won’t go hungry not just
because of our efforts, but of the
military members who’ve sacrificed and go the extra mile to
pick, sort and deliver fresh food
as a global force for good.”
The commissary agency’s
contributions alone totaled about
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Navy, has been with the campaign since its beginning and
has worked extensively with
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Since the first crop harvests
are typically sent to grocery
stores, the second harvest may
not always be shipped right
away, Jamison said. So DoD, in
conjunction with farmers, has
been able to gather and move
crops from warehouses and
farms to food banks, she said.
Randy Eller, the Defense
Commissary Agency’s deputy
director of logistics, said 155
commissaries served as Feds
Feed Families donation dropoff points, and customers also
purchased prepared gift packages which also made their
way around the world, thanks
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DTRA’s [scope can be] longer-term,” Durand added.
The organizations began
talking a year before Congress
directed the DTRA transition,
the director said, just after the
Defense Department decided
to make JIDA a combat support agency under AT&L.
“A year ago we were helping JIDA learn what it’s like
to be a defense agency and
were helping to stand them
up and be a sister agency,” she
explained, adding that JIDA
officials “asked for DTRA’s
assistance in learning what it’s
like to put a budget together,
to stand up a human resources
shop, those types of things.”
The JIDA transition as an
element under DTRA was
nothing DTRA expected, Durand said, but the missions
fit.
“Both organizations deal
with threats against the warfighter,” she added. “They’re
very different problem sets,
vitally important to the warfighter, the nation and our
allies. There are some overlapping customers and I think
there are capabilities that
we can leverage and that
we’ll learn more about as the
integration takes place over
time.”
Given the technical capabilities inherent in DTRA and
JIDO, the director said she
knows synergies exist that the
organizations haven’t yet fully
exploited.
“As we start the learning
process and understand more
what each organization is
doing,” Durand said, “that’s
when I think the greatest
capabilities and the greatest
synergy will come, and that
will benefit the warfighter
tremendously.”
Taking two distinct organizations and putting one under
the other is a challenge and a
cultural change and will take
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WASHINGTON - Secretary
of VA Robert McDonald announced Sept. 29 the award of
$3.4 million in grant funding offered through the Grant and Per
Diem Program to 16 community
agencies that provide enhanced
services for homeless veterans
with special needs.
The GPD Program promotes
the development and provision of supportive housing and
services to help homeless veterans to have stable residences,
increase their skills and income,
and achieve independence. Specifically, GPD special need grant
funding assists with additional
VA selects USDA as its federal
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WASHINGTON – The Department of Veterans Affairs
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its federal shared service provider to deliver
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“The Department followed
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Secretary for Management and
Interim Chief Financial Officer
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experts across VA participated
in intense week-long workshops
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other agency partners to reduce duplication
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“As a top
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VA’s financial information,” said
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“It’s critical that VA continues to
implement solutions that result
in improved care and services to
our Veterans with fiscal accountability to American taxpayers.”
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said McDonald. “These 16
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Blue Water Navy issue introduced
FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATION - Congresswoman Elise
Stefanik (Rep. N.Y.) and Sen. Chuck Grassley (Sen. Iowa) have
introduced a non-binding Sense of Congress (H. Con. Res. 161 and
S. Con. Res. 51, respectively) expressing support for those who
served in the bays, harbors, and territorial seas of the Republic of
Vietnam between January 9, 1962, and May 7, 1975.
Service members should be presumed to have been exposed
to the toxin Agent Orange and should be eligible for all related
Federal benefits that come with such presumption under the Agent
Orange Act of 1991.
These non-binding measures, if passed, would show Congressional support for the Blue Water Navy vets and hopefully, will
convince the Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs to
provide this presumption by regulation.
What’s going on at the
Veterans Museum at Balboa Park
Oct. 8: Pin-ups on Tour (8 p.m. show begins- 7 p.m. tours open)
Oct. 9: Creative Arts for All (2 to 4 p.m.)
Oct. 11: Free Tuesday admission to the museum for San Diego County residents
Arts for All (11 a.m. to 1 p.m.) and Improv for All (7 to 9 p.m.)
Ex-POW’s and Pearl Harbor Survivor Display Day (10 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
Oct. 15: Entwined Art Installation Workshop (10 a.m. to noon)
Operation Dress Code Boutique Day at American Legion Post 731
Oct. 15-Dec. 15: Toys for Tots (drop off location at the museum)
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San Diego County monthly veterans memorial service (noon)
Massing of the Colors and Service of Remembrance (10:30-1 1:30 a.m.)
Oct. 23: Creative Arts for All (2 to 4 p.m.)
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Oct. 29: 27th Annual Women’s Military Luncheon
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Career & Education
DoD announces new-hire probationary period NETPDC selects education
by Terri Moon Cronk
The probationary period for
many new civilian employees
hired by the Defense Department
on or after Nov. 26, 2015, has
changed from one year to two
years, the acting deputy assistant
secretary of defense for civilian
personnel policy said.
Julie Blanks confirmed the
change to the statute governing
the probationary period in a
Sept. 27 in a memorandum to
human resources directors.
The new law took effect Nov.
26, 2015, as part of the fiscal
year 2016 National Defense
Authorization Act, said DoD
spokesman Eric Pahon.
The new probationary period
affects employees who are appointed to permanent positions
in the competitive service, and
anyone who received career
DoD appointments in the Senior
Executive Service on or after
Nov. 26, 2015, Blanks’ memo
noted.
The change doesn’t apply to
employees appointed prior to
that date or those appointed in
excepted service, the spokesman said.
“DoD appointees serving a
probationary period who were
appointed before Nov. 26, 2015,
are not affected by the new law
and will continue to complete a
one-year probationary period,”
Pahon said.
“The [one-year] supervisory
probationary period … is not
affected by the new two-year
probationary period,” he added.
“However, those employees
who are newly appointed to a
supervisory position who are
required to serve both a supervisory probationary period and
a probationary period … will
serve [both] concurrently.”
The law also allows DoD
and its military departments
to “exercise their discretion to
extend a covered employee’s
probationary period past the new
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memo read, and added DoD
policy for that provision is being
developed.
Probationary terms can vary
when an employee is appointed
to a new position outside his
or her current agency, officials
said:
-- An employee transferring
from another agency who has already completed a probationary
period under an initial appointment in the competitive service,
having attained full appeal rights
to the Merit Systems Protection
Board, does not have to serve
another probationary period
under this authority.
-- An employee transferring
from another agency who receives a career appointment in
the Senior Executive Service
in the DoD on or after Nov. 26,
2015, must serve a two-year
probationary period.
-- An employee transferring
from another agency who has not
completed a probationary period
and is appointed to a position in
DoD may be required to complete a new probationary period.
Credit for prior federal civilian
service toward completion of a
probationary period may apply
in accordance with applicable
federal regulation.
The reason for the change in
the law stems from the increasingly complex nature of much
of the work performed by DoD
employees, Pahon explained.
One year often does not allow
sufficient time for a supervisor to
form conclusions regarding the
performance of a new employee,
he pointed out.
For example, supervisors
might not have adequate time
to observe employees if the
new hires must spend much of
the first year in training before
beginning work, often rotate
through various offices within
the first year of employment, or
because occupations are projectbased and new employees don’t
have an opportunity to demonstrate all the skills associated
with their positions, he said.
“Regardless of the reason, the
longer probationary period offers employees a greater opportunity to showcase their talents
and for supervisors to properly
assess their capabilities,” Pahon
added.
Affected employees are encouraged to speak with their
supervisors or human resources
contact, he said.
technician as Civilian of the quarter
by Ed Barker
An education technician for
the Navy College Office at Naval Base Coronado was honored
as the Naval Education and
Training Professional Development Center (NETPDC) Civilian of the quarter for the third
quarter of 2016 at an All Hands
ceremony recently.
Filipe (Phil) Cataquiz, a 25year Navy College employee,
received the award based on his
service to more than 45,000 service members in the Coronado
area, including working with the
Navy College Office staff and
coordination of the San Diego
Education Fair Week.
Cataquiz said he appreciated the COQ recognition, and
being able to help the many
military members in Southern
California.
“As a veteran and current college student, I’ve been in their
shoes, and realize the value of
pointing them in the right direction so they can make informed
choices about their education,”
said Cataquiz. “You get a lot of
job satisfaction when you help
people with their education and
then run into them after they
have made their way up the
ranks.”
At the award ceremony, NETPDC Commanding Officer,
Capt. Lee Newton said he is
constantly reminded of how
much skill and knowledge the
talented civilian professionals
on the VOLED staff bring to
the Navy.
“Mr. Cataquiz is a direct example of the profound effect our
people have on our Sailors - an
impact that will be felt for the
rest of our service members’ careers and beyond.” said Newton.
“Voluntary education prepares
our personnel for the future with
the ability to think analytically
and improve processes.”
Susan Hannasch, director
of the Navy College Office at
Coronado, said that Cataquiz’
hands-on approach allowed him
to conduct more than 55 command briefings and help more
than 8500 patrons that came
through the NCO door.
“Phil was also able to obtain
an on-base location for the
Western Navy College Program
for Afloat College Education
(NCPACE) division, resulting
in a significant cost avoidance for the VOLED program,
helping many Sailors in the
process,” said Hannasch. “His
efforts to market and publicize
VOLED included developing
and maintaining Navy College
links on the Commander, Naval
Installations Command website,
keeping our Sailors up-to-date
with the latest education information.”
NETPDC, located on board
NAS Pensacola’s Saufley Field,
provides products and services
that enable and enhance education, training, career development, and personnel advancement throughout the Navy. Primary elements of the command
include the Voluntary Education
Department, the Navy Advancement Center and the Resources
Management Department.
For more information on the
Navy College Program and the
Virtual Education Center visit
https://www.navycollege.navy.
mil/.
Get the latest information by
liking Navy Voluntary Education on Facebook: https://www.
facebook.com/NavyVoluntaryEducation/.
Additional information about
the Naval Education and Training Professional Development
Center can be found via https://
www.netc.navy.mil/netc/netpdc/
Default.htm .
For more information, visit
www.navy.mil, www.facebook.
com/usnavy, or www.twitter.
com/usnavy.
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every day. Invite them to worship with you
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Family
USO Community Chest opportunity
USO San Diego is hosting
another Community Chest on
Friday, Oct. 7 from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. The Community Chest is
located at Horton Plaza.
Registration is now open. Sign
up at http://www.signupgenius.
com/go/10c0545a5a62ea7f49community7.
The Community Chest program provides Active Duty,
Reserve, Guard and military
families an opportunity to select
various donated household items
supported by Costco’s generous
merchandise donations. USO San
Diego’s Community Chest is a
great supplementary resource to
stock up on everyday essentials
and fun extras/non-essentials.
USO San Diego is dedicated
to providing the best quality,
like-new, merchandise to our
military.
The Community Chest program occurs Bi-Monthly on the
second and fourth Friday of each
month. On the second Fridays,
USO San Diego will only admit
Active Duty, Reserve, and Guard
(April 8, May 13, June 10). The
fourth Friday is open to all Active
Duty, Reserve, Guard and Dependents (April 22, May 27, June
24). This will give families who
cannot make one date another
opportunity to attend. Households may only participate in
Community Chest once a month.
Based on the donations USO San
Diego receives, one representative from each household will
select items.
Patrons will register online
through Sign Up Genius where
you may pick a time to attend.
This will expedite the distribution and keep the wait time to a
minimum. Please do not arrive
any earlier than 15 minutes before your selected time. No line
may be formed. You will need to
present valid Military ID the day
of the event.
Please bring your own shopping bags as none will available.
All Items are donations and
some products may have been
opened. You are accepting them
at your own risk. Although donations change monthly, USO
San Diego provides essential
household items such as diapers,
wipes, cleaning supplies, and
health & beauty products. In addition to our rotation of smaller
merchandise, service members
and military families are able to
choose from an array of larger
items. At times, these larger
donations can include sporting
equipment, inflatable mattresses,
home furnishings, car seats, small
appliances, and luggage.
*New Location * Horton Plaza
(Broadway Cir, San Diego, CA
92101) Store front clearly marked
“USO San Diego” Across from
Jimbo’s Natural Foods, next to
24 Hour Fitness
Have a question? FFSC probably has a class for that!
The Fleet & Family Support Center is here to make a difference
in your military life. It’s a time for celebration as the Navy turns 241
years old on October 13. We are observing Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and National
Disability Awareness Month. Be sure to check out some of the
highlighted workshops and free events around San Diego to enjoy
with friends and families.
Places of Worship
SAILORS AND FAMILIES ON THE MOVE
Oct. 11, 9:00-11:30 AM
FFSC NBC, Bldg. G, Saufley Road San Diego, CA 92135.
Ease the stress of relocation! Learn the processes, policies and
resources available for planning a Permanent Change of Station
(PCS) move. Whether you’re moving within the Continental United
States (CONUS) or Overseas (OCONUS), arm yourself with the
latest information on your next duty station. Workshop highlights
include financial entitlements and secrets to reducing moving stress
among others. Call (866) 923-6478 to register.
IA DEPLOYMENT READINESS BRIEF Oct. 12, 5:00-6:30 PM
FFSC NBSD, Bldg 263, 3005 Corbina Alley San Diego, CA
92136
Have you or your spouse/family member been selected for an IA
Deployment? The focus of this workshop is on both the practical
and emotional aspects of readiness, including knowledge of the IA
process, communication, financial, and practical matters. In addition,
FFSC Individual Deployment Support Specialists will be on hand
to answer questions and provide resources helpful for deployment
readiness. Call (866) 923-6478 to register.
NAVIGATING CHILDCARE OPTIONS IN SAN DIEGO
Oct. 12, 2:00-3:00 PM
FFSC VSM, 3141 Afton Road San Diego, CA 92123.
Finding reliable and affordable childcare can be an adventurous
task for parents. This workshop explores the many childcare options
available to military families in San Diego. Call (866) 923-6478 to
register.
INVESTING 201: THE ART OF SUCCESSFUL INVESTING
Oct. 18, 12:00-1:30 PM
FFSC NBSD, Bldg 263, 3005 Corbina Alley San Diego, CA
92136.
This advanced workshop is offered quarterly and addresses triedand-true principles of investment success. It is facilitated by an
industry expert and geared toward the person who wants to become
a savvy investor. Attendees are welcome to bring their lunch. Call
(866) 923-6478 to register.
CUTTING COSTS WITH COUPONS: COUPON
EXCHANGE CLUB Oct. 19, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
FFSC BVH, 1967 Sky Harbor Road San Diego, CA 92139.
Learn to navigate the exciting world of couponing and learn new
ones at this fun and interactive workshop. Don’t forget to bring your
coupons. Call (866) 923-6478 to register.
LGBT MILITARY FAMILY SUPPORT/EDUCATION GROUP
Oct. 20, 6:00-7:30 PM
San Diego LGBT Community Center, 3903 Centre Street, San
Diego, CA 92103.
Join us for this interactive and fun support group for all LGBT
military and families. Each month is unique. Open to single Service
members and couples with or without children. For more information, contact (619) 222-5586.
RESPONSIBLE ANGER MANAGEMENT
Oct. 20-21, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
FFSC NBSD, Bldg 263, 3005 Corbina Alley San Diego, CA
92136
Identify and learn skills to take control of your anger. Redirect
your emotions in positive ways that, ultimately can help you build
more effective strategies for success at work and at home. Call (866)
923-6478 to register.
EFMP FAMILY CONNECTION Oct. 25, 6:00-8:00 PM
Murphy Canyon Chapel, 3200 Santo Rd, San Diego, CA 92124.
This monthly event is for EFM families that offer fun and unique
opportunities to meet others, share information, discuss helpful
resources, and provide support to each other. Each connection has
a new these, so it’s always a fresh and informative evening. Free
childcare is available by RSVP. To register, please e-mail [email protected]
mwrsw.com.
**To download the full October workshop schedule, follow this
link** http://navylifesw.com/sandiego/workshops-events/
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"Love God, Love People, Serve the World"
Sunday Bible Classes for all ages 9:00 am
Sunday Worship 10:00 am,6:00 pm
Wednesdays: Pizza and Fellowship 6:30pm, Bible Study 7:00 pm
4292 Balboa Avenue, San Diego 921117 (Located near the corner of Balboa
Avenue and Clairemont Drive) (858) 273-5140
www.canyonview.org
Email:[email protected]
hrist Community Church
Helping people love God and each other more!
Sundays at 8:45 am & 10:45 am with Children's Ministries for All Kids!
Small Groups for Teens and Adults of all Ages!
9535 Kearny Villa Rd., Mira Mesa 92126;Located just off Miramar Rd. & I-15
www.gotoChrist.com or (858) 549-2479
@gotochrist or facebook.com/cccsd
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ity of Praise
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el Cerro Baptist Church
The Perfect Place for Imperfect People to Mature in Christ!
A place to belong with exciting life related messages for everyday living.
See you at Sunday School - 9:00am & Sunday Moring Celebration-10:30am
Tues Bible Connection-7pm Location: 2321 Dryden Rd., El Cajon, CA 92020
619.749.1767 visit us at www.thecityofpraise.org & [email protected]
Bishop Stephen M. Brunson, Senior Pastor, USN, Retired
5512 Pennsylvania Lane, La Mesa, CA. 91942 (619) 460-2210
Pastor, Dr, Mark S. Milwee
Sunday Services and Bible Classes: 9am an 10:30am,
Wed. Dinner and Bible Study 5:15-7:30pm
Wed. 6:30 pm AWANA Program for children
Cost: For Active Duty Families:$4 per person, children under 5 free,
for more information: www.dcbc.org e-mail: [email protected]
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"Reach Up, Reach Out, Reach the World"
Interim Pastor Jim Baize
www.fbcoronado.com
Sunday Bible Study 8:45 am, Sunday Worship Service 10 am
Friday's Women's Bible Study 9:30-11:30 am
445 C Ave, Coronado,CA 92118 (619) 435-6588
[email protected] FB: First Baptist Church of Coronado
A healing church to bless the community-all are warmly welcomed!
Sunday: Worship Service and Sunday School 10 am
1st Sunday of every month:Worship Service in Spanish 2 pm
Wednesday:Testimony Meeting 7pm
Reading Room: 300 Third Avenue, Chula Vista Tu-Sat 10am-2pm
Church:41 "I" Street, Chula Vista, Ca 91910
(619) 422-6400 www.prayerthatheals.org
riends Christian Church
10925 Hartley Rd, Ste K
Santee, CA 92071
(619) 448-5950
Sunday Worship Service 10:00 am
akeside Community Presbyterian Church
"Where the Word of God is Living and Active"
Sunday Worship at 9:30 AM
Sunday School for all ages at 11AM
Enrollment in our Preschool currently available.
9908 Channel Road (One Block North of Woodside)
Lakeside, CA 92040 (619) 443-1021
www.lakesidepc.org
a Jolla United Methodist Church
6063 La Jolla Blvd. L.J. 92037
Sundays 10 am Traditional Worship; Sunday School and Child Care
5 p.m. Faith & Fun Contemporary Worship Service in Fellowship Hall
More info: www.lajollaunitedmethodist.org (858) 454-7108
ayview Baptist Church
ighthouse Baptist Church
"Where the Shout has not Died Out"
1345 Skyline Dr, Lemon Grove, CA 91945
Sunday School and Adult Bible Classes: 9:30 am
Sunday Morning Service 11am,Sunday Evening at 5:30pm
Midweek Service and Teen Church, Thursdays at 7pm
www.lighthousebaptist.com (619) 461-5561
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Dr. Darrow Perkins, Jr., Th.D. Pastor/Servant
Seeking Sinners; Saving Souls, Strengthening Saints
Sunday Church School at 8:45 am
Morning Worship at 10 am
Wednesday Night Bible Study 7 pm
13230 Pomerado Rd, Poway CA 92064
www.mesaview.org (858) 485-6110
"Supporting all families, all people, at all times"
Pastor Dennis Eley, Jr, MBA
Sunday: Worship Service 11:30am to 1:30pm
Wednesday: Bible Study 6pm to 7:30pm
5120 Robinwood Rd, Bonita, CA 91902
Toll free 855-209-3879 www.militaryoutreachministries.org
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t. Moriah Christian Church
"Purpose Driven" Gospel Church
Multi- Cultural, Non-Denominational
Services on Sunday at 9 a.m. Near Miramar Base
L.J. Thomas - Sr. Pastor
7055 Carroll Rd, San Diego CA 92121
(858) 335-5795 www.mtmoriahcc.org
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A Church where a change of heart take place
Sunday Worship 10:30 am
Wednesday Night Bible Study 6:30 pm
Rev. Phillip L. Brown, Sr.; Pastor
4855 Seminol Dr., San Diego, Ca 92115
PO Box 740443 San Diego, Ca 92174 Mailling address
www.ndcsd.org (619) 822-4961
Where the warmth of God's love comforts families
4670 Mt. Abernathy Ave, SD 92117 (858) 279-3311
Sunday 8 am and 10:30 am Worship Services
Enrolling now in our Preschool and grades K-8
[email protected]
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6126 Benson Avenue, SD 92114 (619) 262-8384
Sunday 7:00 am, 9:00am and 11:00 am Worship Service
2nd Wednesday's 6pm YLoV and YMoV
Wednesday Night Live (WNL) 7pm
"A Multi-Cultural, Multi Ethnic, Multi Generational Church"
www.bayviewbc.org
9971 Mission Gorge Rd. Santee, CA
(Behind Pacific Western Bank)
Sunday School Classes 9am
Sunday Services 10am and 6pm
Awana Wednesdays 6:30 pm
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How you play the game...
was a squishy little 10-year-old
who preferred piano to athletic
pursuits.
Early in the fall of his 5th
grade year, Hayden showed an
inkling of interest in football. As
visions of tailgate parties danced
in our heads, we jumped on the
opportunity and contacted the
local flag football league.
by Lisa Smith Molinari
In the fall, a whiff of fallen
leaves evokes echoes of marching bands and whistles blown.
We feel the cold aluminum
bleacher seats and the prickle of
wool scarves. Like Pavlov’s dog,
our mouths water, imagining hot
coffee at 8 am soccer games and
chili dogs at football halftime.
As soon as our kids show any
interest in athletics, we put them
on teams, so we can experience
the sights, sounds and smells
of the fall sports season. We
justify our pushy behavior by
telling ourselves that our kids
will benefit from learning about
teamwork.
But do they?
Over a decade ago, our family was stationed in Norfolk,
Virginia, and our son, Hayden,
of kids each, and of course, they
picked their worst players.
Oblivious, we showed up for
our first practice ready to access
the boys’ talents.
The lineup was not what we
had expected.
None of the boys knew a
the meat and potatoes of life
“Sorry ma’am, the teams
are full . . . now, if your husband
would be willing to coach, your
son could play this season.”
Although my husband, Francis, had never coached sports
before and was completely ignorant of the league team selection
process, he agreed, because he
was between deployments and it
was a rare chance to spend some
quality time with Hayden.
We received a roster of 15 kids
-- Hayden and 14 others — who
transferred from overcrowded
teams. What we didn’t know,
was that the other coaches had
been asked to give up a couple
thing about football. A few were
skinny. Most were small. Three
had learning disabilities. But
they were all excited to play.
We called ourselves “The
Sharks” and accepted the rejected purple league jerseys
without complaint. Practices
were dicey. The plays looked
more like people running from
a fire, but we were hopeful that
it would all come together on
game day.
As self-appointed team mom,
I went overboard. I ordered the
“Jaws” soundtrack. I made up
cheers. I bought sweatshirts and
little purple towels.
Game day finally arrived, and
we were ready. Parents donned
their Sharks wear, swung their
purple towels and cheered. Players gathered around Coach Francis for a pre-game pep talk.
“Listen boys, I want you all to
go out there today and show ‘em
what you’re made of! Let’s tell
everybody, if you swim with the
Sharks, you’re gonna get bit!”
Both players and parents
alike exploded into simultaneous applause and woo-hoos.
A half-hour later, we were
down by three touchdowns, and
our blissful ignorance of the
corrupt team-selection process
came to an abrupt end.
“Listen up, Sharks,” Francis
barked during half-time, “don’t
let the numbers on that scoreboard get you down! We’re
the Sharks! Win or lose, we’re
gonna fight and fight hard! Now
go out there, boys, and give ‘em
all you got!”
At the end of the third quarter,
the ref called the game because
they were beating us 40 to
zilch.
The rest of the season was
more of the same, and it wasn’t
easy to keep up the morale of our
little Sharks. But we persisted.
Instead of emphasizing winning, we became determined to
surprise the other team with our
undying spirit.
At every game, we waved our
purple towels, blared the “Jaws”
theme song, and shouted our
original Sharks cheers. At halftime, we threw candy footballs
and the refs danced to our music.
It became known in the league
that, no matter the odds against
the our team, the Sharks played
every game to win.
Despite it all, we never scored
one point.
The following year, I ran into
a former Sharks mom at a local
grocery store. She mentioned
that, even though her son was
placed on a winning team that
fall, he confessed, “Mom, I
wish this team was more like
the Sharks.”
At that moment, I realized
… despite a losing season, the
Sharks were winners after all.
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COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN
Military teen
app workshop
The University of Pittsburgh
and Military Childrens Collaborative Group have partnered
together to facilitate and present
a workshop for teens Oct. 22 in
San Diego.
Here is your chance to help
create the first APP for Military
Teens, focused on tips coping
with deployment and connecting teens with one another for
support.
Qualifications: Teens aged 13
- 18 years old, that have experienced a deployment
Special Guest Presenters:
Ivie & Bailey Caldwell: Authors
of Deployed Kids: How We Survived Our Mom’s Deployment
LOCATION:
American Red Cross of San
Diego/Imperial Counties
3950 Calle Fortunada,
San Diego, CA 92123
PRE-REGISTRATION
IS REQUIRED email: [email protected]
QUESTIONS?
Contact Debbie Nichols
[email protected] mccgroup.org
(714) 536-6184
On Base & On Board
Saturday, Oct. 8
2-4 pm
Oma’s Pumpkin Patch
14950 El Monte Rd, Lakeside, CA 92040
Registration required: NBSD 619-556-9597;
Child (1-13 yrs.) $10
Adults: $5 (14+)
(Military Discount $1 off)
NAB 619-437-3190;
NASNI 619-545-9576;
NBPL 619-553-9138
Hop on a hayride around the farm and experience
other activities including a hay bale maze, petting
corral, cottonseed mountain slide, and playground.
Stop by our Community Rec table for a snack and
check out upcoming programs and events. Child
admission includes a water bottle and a Jack Patch
Pumpkin (adult admission does not).
Would you like to
buy a smile?
At ADRA International, we’re providing clean water, homegrown food, good jobs, and education to children and
families throughout the world. Join us in giving them
a reason to smile.
www.ADRA.org
facebook.com/join ADRA
1.800.424.ADRA (2372)
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Make A Difference Day Run/Walk & Wellness Expo Friday, Oct.7, 8 am, FREE, NAB
Turner Field Deck yourself out in pink and purple
for a 1.5 mile run/walk to honor those affected by
breast cancer or domestic violence. Expo includes
health and wellness info, music, refreshments and
drawing prizes. Registration required: [email protected]
navylifesw.com
Food Truck Friday & Movie Under the Stars
Friday, Oct.7, 6 pm, FREE (movie), NBPL, Main
Base, Smugglers Cove Friday fun means enjoying
local food trucks followed by movie under the
stars. Bring chairs or blankets to snuggle up on the
lawn. Movie free, food truck costs apply. For more
information call 619-553-9138.
Power Puff Cheerleading Competition
Wednesday, Oct.12, 9 am, FREE, VADM Martin
Fitness Complex, NASNI Men, gather your best
male team to cheer at the Powder Puff Flag Football
Competition and compete for top prizes! Awards
for Most Spirited and Best Dressed are on the line.
Registration required: (Cheer): [email protected]
com Registration required: (Powder Puff Flag Football): 619-545-2876
NBPL Oktoberfest Thursday, Oct.13, 3-6
pm, FREE Admission Seasonal fun featuring craft
beers, great food and live entertainment at Ocean
View at Ballast Point. For more details call 619767-4689.
Pink & Purple Golf Scramble Friday, Oct.14, 1
pm, $55, NASNI, Sea ‘N Air Golf Course Honor
those affected by breast cancer or domestic violence.
Dress in your best pink/purple golf wear for a fun,
18-hole tournament. Includes dinner, prize drawing
entry and contests for prizes: putting, longest drive
and closest to the pin. Registration required: @ golf
course or call 619-545-9659
Oktoberfest 5K Run/2-Mile Walk Friday,
Oct.21, 11 am, FREE Celebrate fall with a run/
walk and post-race party complete with music,
brats, beverages and prize drawings. Registration
at the Quay Wall opens at 10:15 am. FREE event
T-shirt for all participants. For more information
call the VADM Martin Fitness Center at 619545-0237.
Auto Expo & Car Show Presented by MWR
5-Star and Mile of Cars Saturday, Oct.22, 2-6 pm,
NBSD Admiral Prout Field House, FREE EVENT
Register your car, motorcycle, truck or SUV today!
Visit www.navylifesw.com or call 619-556-7009.
Proudly sponsored by Armed Forces Dispatch and
USAA.
3 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN FUN:
• Trick or Treat Family Festival Saturday,
Oct.22 • 3-7 pm • NBSD, Admiral Prout Field
FREE Bring your family and friends! Come in
costume and guide your children through the Trickor-Treat Trail. Costume parade for children ages
2-12 at 5 pm! In addition to carnival rides, and
entertainment, children receive one free pumpkin,
while supplies last.
• Nightmare on 32nd Street Saturday, Oct.22,
6-9 pm • NBSD, Admiral Prout Field • FREE
Looking for a frightful time? Walk through our
Nightmare Trail (recommended for 12 yrs.+) if you
dare, but beware – it’s not for the faint of heart!
Enjoy a scary time with great food and beer garden! Events proudly sponsored by MWR, USAA,
Anheuser-Busch, AT&T, Armed Forces Dispatch,
EDCO Disposal, Lincoln Military Housing and Sea
World San Diego. For more information visit www.
navylifesw.com or call 619-556-7444.
• Naval Base Point Loma Haunted Hospital
& Family Pumpkin Patch Friday, Oct.28, 5-9 pm
FREE Saturday, Oct.29, 2-9 pm • FREE NBPL,
Main Base, Bldg. 140 and Bldg. 210 Parking Lot
Enjoy games, ghost stories, crafts, costume contest,
music and a REALLY scary haunt! Don’t fear the
fun! Proudly sponsored by MWR and Navy Federal
Credit Union. For more information visit www.
navylifesw.com or call 619-553-9138.
ACTIVITIES
Sunday Group Dance Classes $5 per person per
class ~ 5 pm Beginner, 6 pm • Intermediate Head
over to Admiral Robinson Recreation Center every
Sunday to learn Salsa, Rumba, Cha Cha, Mambo,
Merengue, Samba, Swing, Waltz, Fox Trot, Tango,
Hustle, and Night Club Two Step. Plus, LINE
DANCE Classes NOW OFFERED! Every Sunday
at 7 pm after the group classes, learn the Electric
Slide and other popular line dances. Cost is $5 per
person per class.
Foot Golf NOW at NBSD Golf Performance
Center Only $5 Foot Golf combines the rules of golf
with the skills and fun of soccer. It’s great for players
of all ages! Call 619-556-7502 for more details.
FREE Active Duty Golf Clinics Wednesday 5-6
pm and Friday 12-1 pm Improve your game with
professional instruction! For more details contact
the Naval Base Golf Performance Center at 619556-7502.
Tee Time Golf Specials Pre-book tee times
Monday-Thursday 9:30 am-1 pm for two golfers
with cart and save $3 on each golfer. Book your tee
time using Promo Code: WW2WC. Not valid
with any other promotions. Book online at www.
navylifesw.com or call Admiral Baker Golf Course
at 619-487-0090 and Sea ‘N Air Golf Course at
619-545-9659.
Junior Golf Every Saturday • 9-11 am • $20
A great sport for kids and parents to play together!
Each Saturday session includes instruction and
lunch. For more details contact the Naval Base Golf
Performance Center at 619-556-7502.
Free Bowling for Active Duty All active duty
personnel bowl FREE every Tuesday from 11 am-1
pm at Sea ‘N Air Lanes and Admiral Robinson
Recreation Center. For more information call 619545-7240 or 619-556-7486.
Tuesday Night BOGO 5 pm-Close Join the
fun! Buy one game and get one FREE at Admiral
Robinson Recreation Center. For more information
call 619-556-7486.
LIBERTY
Underworld: Blood Wars Movie Trip Trip
open to enlisted active duty and a guest, 18+.
VADM Martin Liberty Center, NASNI: 619545-3331 Friday, Oct.14 5 pm $13.50 Sign up
by 10/12. Cost includes transportation, ticket and
popcorn.
Disneyland Trip Trip open to enlisted active duty
and a guest, 18+. VADM Martin Liberty Center,
NASNI: 619-545-3331 Saturday, Oct.15 7 am
$100 one park/$160 hopper Sign up by 10/12.
Hearst Castle/San Simeon Camping Trip
Trip open to enlisted active duty and a guest, 18+.
Saturday-Sunday, Oct.15-16 • $75 NBPL Liberty:
619-524-6587 or 619-553-9138 A coastal getaway
you’re sure to remember! Cost includes transportation, camping gear, continental breakfast and tour.
Knott’s Scary Farm Trip open to enlisted active
duty and a guest, 18+. The RECYARD, NBSD:
619-556-5078 Saturday, Oct.15 • 3 pm • Call
for price Listen real close….you can still hear the
screams! Transportation, admission and snacks
included.
Phantom of the Opera Trip open to enlisted
active duty and a guest, 18+. Liberty Center,
NMCSD: 619-532-8909 Saturday, Oct.15 • 4 pm
• Call for price Sign up by 10/8.
Local Military
USS Coronado enters 7th Fleet prepared to operate with allied, partner navies
SINGAPORE - Littoral combat ship (LCS) USS Coronado
(LCS 4) arrived in the 7th Fleet
area of responsibility (AOR),
Oct. 3, while on its maiden deployment to Southeast Asia.
Coronado is the first Independence-variant LCS to deploy to
7th Fleet as part of an initiative
to deploy multiple LCS to the
Indo-Asia-Pacific region in just
a few years. The Freedom-class
LCS variants USS Freedom
(LCS 1) and USS Fort Worth
(LCS 3) have previously deployed to the region. Coronado,
like Freedom and Fort Worth,
will operate from Singapore as
a maintenance hub and rotationally deploy crews during the
deployment.
“Similar to the Freedom and
Fort Worth deployments, Coronado will participate in exercises
and engagements throughout
South and Southeast Asia and
beyond,” said Capt. H. B. Le,
commodore, Destroyer Squadron 7. “The LCS platform is
well suited for this region and
provides a unique opportunity
for our partner and allied nations to operate alongside one
of our Navy’s newest and most
advanced platforms.”
The Independence variant
boasts a larger flight deck than
the Freedom variant, allowing
for expanded aviation operations
with regional navies, and has
more fuel capacity providing
increased operational capabilities.
Coronado is outfitted with the
Surface Warfare (SUW) mission
package, comprised of two 11meter rigid hull inflatable boats
(RHIB), two visit, board, search
and seizure (VBSS) boarding
teams, two 30MM machine
guns, two MQ-8B Fire Scouts,
and, for the first time deployed
CFC
on board an LCS to Southeast
Asia, an MH-60S Seahawk
helicopter.
Cmdr. Scott Larson, commanding officer, USS Coronado,
discussed the opportunities that
lie ahead for LCS Crew 204.
“We’ve worked very hard preparing for this deployment and
now we have the opportunity to
operate alongside our partner nations throughout the Indo-AsiaPacific,” said Larson. “We’ll be
able to share our knowledge and
skills while learning the opera-
tions and tactics of other regional
navies, which will make us better prepared to work together in
times of crisis.”
Coronado and its combined
crew of about 100 Sailors assigned to LCS Squadron 1 and
Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 23 began their deployment, June 22, after departing San Diego. They participated
in the Rim of the Pacific 2016
exercise, in which the ship
conducted a Harpoon Block 1C
missile LCS-based launch.
Meet Humbelina
God is using her to empower women in unexpected ways
by Katie Kuykendall
Humbelina sat, puzzled, with a pile of pencils.
She had come to a village near her
hometown in Peru to lead a Women
of the Bible workshop - a study that
focuses on the roles of 17 women
in scripture. About 100 Huallaga
Quechua women had gathered to
participate in the study designed to
teach comprehension and application in their own language.
But when Humbelina tried to pass out worksheets and pencils,
the women didn’t seem interested. They took the worksheets,
intending to take them home for their kids to play with. Not a
single woman took a pencil from Humbelina.
Her heart sank. “How many of you know how to read and
write?” she asked. Of the 100 women in attendance, six raised
their hands.
“I realized in that moment we were in trouble,” Humbelina said.
“‘We’re on the cusp of receiving the entire Bible in our language,
and this many people don’t know how to read?’ It was a burden
on my heart.”
Humbelina returned to her community devastated. She and other
women began praying, asking God what they could do about this
great need for literacy. God answered Humbelina repeatedly, “You
will be useful! I can use you.”
Humbelina never anticipated a life in ministry. When she was
young her parents wanted nothing to do with the church. She went
to school to learn to be a seamstress and planned to make a living
using her sewing skills.
It wasn’t until she met her husband, a Quechua Bible translator,
that she began to consider God’s mission in the world. Now God
was promising to make her part of that mission.
With her new passion for literacy, Humbelina and her team created Huallaga Quechua primers for pre-literacy and basic literacy
needs. Once participants complete both primers, their reading level
is high enough to do the Women of the Bible study. The literacy
team teaches students in classes, on the radio and through one-onone lessons.
Humbelina remembers one student in particular, a woman named
Leonarda. “She came to the training, but she always seemed very
hard and cold,” Humbelina said. One day after the workshop,
Humbelina saw Leonarda sitting and reading with some older
friends. When she saw Humbelina, she jumped up with joy on her
face and introduced Humbelina to her friends as “the sister who
taught me to read.”
“Our desire is to keep bringing the Word of God in the mother
tongue so people can understand it,” she said. “When we share it
with women, they don’t keep it to themselves. They share it with
their children; they share it with other women. The Word of God
in the mother tongue is what has an impact in people’s hearts, and
it’s what changes people’s lives.”
Wycliffe Bible Translators is grateful for all who take part in supporting translation and Scripture use projects like this one, including
those who give through the Combined Federal Campaign.
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COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN
Col. Reginald Hairston receives NSDC NAACP 2016 Military Advocacy Award
by Cpl. Asia Sorenson,
CAMP PENDLETON - Col.
Reginald Hairston, Commanding Officer, Security and Emergency Services Battalion, was
presented with the North San
Diego County NAACP’s 2016
Military Advocacy Award during
the organization’s annual Blue
and Gold Freedom Fund Awards
Gala, Oct. 1.
Emergency Services Battalion defined advocacy as an activity
in July 2015. Since then, he has by an individual or organization
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support of the
Special Olympics, done various volunteer
work and was
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those who came before him and
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churches, we shop, we have
fun with everyone outside the
gate. So, being an advocate,
especially one that I hope is
positive, allows us to continue
those relationships and allows
them to continue supporting us
as we support the nation.”
rounding community were in
attendance, including representatives from the city council,
“We exist, the Marine Corps,
the Police and Fire Department,
because the American people
the Tri-City Medical Center
want us,” said Hairston. “And
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Conditions of Travel: There is no guaranteed space
for any traveler. The Department of Defense is not obligated to continue an individual’s travel or return him
or her to point of origin, or any other point. Travelers
shall have sufficient personal funds to pay for commercial transportation to return to their residence or
duty station if space-available transportation is not
available.
Due to security reasons, the weekly Space ‘A’
flight schedule for Marine Corps Air Station Miramar isn’t posted for the public. You can call (858)
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space for any traveler. The Department of Defense is not obligated to continue an individual’s
travel or return him or her to point of origin, or
any other point. Travelers shall have sufficient
personal funds to pay for commercial transportation to return to their residence or duty station if
space-available transportation is not available.
Due to security reasons, the weekly Space ‘A’ flight schedule for Marine Corps Air Station Miramar isn’t posted for the public. You can call
(858) 577-4283 to get an updated Space ‘A’ schedule.
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Corpsman saves
drowning woman
by Gregory Mitchell
YOKOSUKA, Japan - Naval
Hospital Yokosuka’s commanding officer, Capt. Rosemary C.
Malone, presented the Navy
and Marine Corps Achievement Medal to HM2 Joshua
Blanchard, a hospital corpsman,
Sept. 13 for saving the life of a
drowning mother while he was
serving on temporary duty in
August at the Surface Warfare
Medical Institute in San Diego.
“It’s pretty surreal,” Blanchard
said of being honored. “I wasn’t
expecting any recognition. I
wasn’t aware that this was going
to happen, but it is definitely an
honor to receive this award.”
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Around 7:30 p.m. Aug. 16,
Blanchard, a native of Wilmington, N.C., responded to a call
for help from two school-age
children who approached the
receptionist’s desk.
“Due to the time of day, I
couldn’t see what was going
on outside, so I went over to
the door,” Blanchard recalled.
“There was yelling and screaming, and that’s when I saw people
standing around what was a
salt-water pool. I ran out to the
pool, and after focusing for a few
seconds, I could see that there
was a person at the bottom.”
The person at the bottom of
the 8-foot pool was an unconscious mother of two children
who were present.
Blanchard immediately
jumped into the deep end of the
pool and brought the woman to
the surface with the assistance of
a couple of bystanders. Taking
charge of the scene, Blanchard
instructed all bystanders surrounding the victim to provide
sufficient space to begin medical
attention.
He was unable to feel the
woman’s pulse.
Emergency response was initiated by a bystander as Blanchard
began administering CPR to the
victim. After about 20 minutes,
vomit began to gush from the
woman’s mouth. After reassessing, Blanchard was able to feel a
weak pulse before the arrival of
paramedics and police officers.
Once the paramedics took control of the situation, Blanchard
provided a statement to the
police. Then, he consoled the
victim’s 6-year-old daughter and
10-year-old son.
Three days after the incident,
Blanchard approached the hotel’s manager about the woman,
and the manager informed him
that she had survived and was in
a local hospital and that family
members had come to San Diego
to care for her children while she
was recovering.
Blanchard attributed his quick
response to paying attention in
basic life support class, which
is held annually for all medical
professionals.
“I think we all prepare for
it, and never really expect for
something like this to happen,”
Blanchard said.
Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Joshua Blanchard receives recognition from Naval Hospital Yokosuka’s
commanding officer, Capt. Rosemary Malone, for
saving the life of a drowning mother during a temporary duty assignment in San Diego. Navy photo by
Gregory Mitchell
NMCB 5 relieves NMCB 4 as
forward deployed Seabee battalion
by Petty Officer 2nd Class Adam Henderson
OKINAWA, Japan - Naval Mobile Construction Battalion
(NMCB) 5 assumed charge of all Western Pacific Region Naval
Construction Force missions during a Relief in Place/Transfer of
Authority ceremony at Camp Shields in Okinawa Oct. 1.
The relief in place and transfer of authority ceremony (RIP/TOA)
marked the official end of NMCB 4’s deployment.
“NMCB 4 completed a very successful deployment by executing
a detailed and meticulous turnover at all sites. NMCB 5 spent a
year in homeport getting ready, and we are,” said Cmdr. Matthew
Riethmiller, skipper of NMCB-5. “Our country, Navy, families and
friends, as well as our hosts in nearly a dozen countries across the
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Class Vincent Owens install
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SAN FRANCISCO - The 36th annual San Francisco Fleet Week runs Oct. 10, welcoming more
than 2,000 Sailors, Marines, Coast Guardmen and
the Royal Canadian Navy to the Bay Area for the
eight-day tribute to maritime forces.
USS San Diego (LPD 22) and USS Mobile Bay
(CG 53), along with Coast Guard Cutter Mellon
(WHEC 717) and Royal Canadian Navy frigate
HMCS Calgary (FFH 335), are participating in
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Platoon and Band have multiple performances
scheduled.
San Francisco Fleet Week 2016 is an opportunity for the American public to meet their sea
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the rich history of America’s naval forces and
the Bay Area. This engagement will highlight
naval personnel, equipment, technology and
capabilities.
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SAN DIEGO (Sept. 29, 2016) Sailors assigned to USS Michael
Monsoor (DDG 1001) pays respects to fallen MA2(SEAL) Michael Monsoor at Fort Rosecrans
National Cemetery on the 10year anniversary of his death.
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This new program, which is in
line with the White House Office
of National Drug Control Policy,
was created to cut the risks of accidental or intentional drug and
opioid misuse and abuse.
“In the past people would
dispose of their prescriptions by
flushing them down the toilet,
throwing them in the trash, or
not getting rid of it at all” said Lt.
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showcases
‘The Lion’ musical
15th annual Oceanside Music Festival features
performing artists students and professional
Beginning in October, Oceanside
Cultural Arts Foundation begins
its 15th annual Oceanside Music
Festival. Held throughout the year,
the series is focused on pairing
student talent from within our community with both local performing
professionals, and touring national
artists (when they are present in
the area), to create singular, life
enriching educational opportunities.
Free to the public performances are
also in the works, featuring “flash
concerts” (surprise performances), with diverse offerings of genres
such as classical, bluegrass, jazz, blues, ethnic music representing
the cultural makeup of our community, relying substantially on
performing artists (students and professional) from North County
San Diego community.
‘The Sound
of Music’
premieres in
San Diego,
Nov. 15-20,
at the San Diego
Civic Theatre
In honor of the National Arts Month, the 15th annual Oceanside
Music Festival kickoff will begin with two arts partnership events at
Muramid Mural Museum & Art Center, 212 Artist Alley, Oceanside,
CA 92054, titled “Island Vibe” and “Blue Monday.”
“Island Vibe” concert will feature live island music 5:00 to 9:30 pm
October 7, 2016. There will also be a Pop Up Food Tasting Fundraiser
to support the art center. “Island Vibe” is free to general public. For
information on the artists performing and for ticket purchase for
the food tasting, please call 760-231-1010, or visit web site www.
muramidgallery.com
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“Blue Monday” (jazz and blues) 7:00 to 9:00 pm October 10, 2016.
Got the Monday Blues? Oceanside Music Festival will jazz up your
evening with the best of Oceanside’s professional and student jazz
and blues musicians featuring Robert Parker on piano, Mark Phelps
on the bass, vocals by Eliane Weidauer, and special guest artists.
“Blue Monday” admission is $15 for general admission, $10 for
seniors, students and military with ID. Proceeds from this event will
help fund Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation’s annual scholarship
program. Tickets can be purchased at the door.
Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation is a non-profit organization
whose goal is to broaden our diverse cultural, artistic, musical and
performing arts in Oceanside and the surrounding communities. For
more information, please go to www.ocaf.info
According to director
Jack O’Brien (former Artistic Director of The Old
Globe), “THE SOUND OF
MUSIC has been in our ears
for decades, as it deserves to
be. But it might be time to
look once more, and more
closely, at this remarkable
work which, I feel, begins
to reveal itself as deeper,
richer, and more powerful
than ever. It’s no longer
‘your mother’s’ familiar
SOUND OF MUSIC. We
are tearing off the varnish
of the past from one of
the great glories of our
theatergoing experience
and making it fresh! This
is an opportunity we’ve all
longed to create!”
Tickets to The Lion start at
$29 and can be purchased online
at www.TheOldGlobe.org, by
phone at (619) 234-5623, or by
visiting the Box Office at 1363
Old Globe Way in Balboa Park.
Opening night is Thursday,
Oct. 6 at 8: p.m. and continue
through Oct. 30. Regular performances: Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m.; Thursday
and Friday evenings at 8 p.m.,
Saturdays at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.,
and Sundays at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
There will be no performances
on Sunday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m.,
Saturday, Oct.22 at 2 p.m., and
Sunday, Oct.23 at 7: p.m., and
there will be an additional matinee performance on Wednesday,
Oct. 19 at 2 p.m. Discounts are
available for full-time students,
patrons 29 years of age and under, seniors, military members,
and groups of 10 or more.
LOCATION and PARKING
INFORMATION: The Old
Globe is located in San Diego’s
Balboa Park at 1363 Old Globe
Way. Through a special arrangement with the San Diego
Zoo, Old Globe evening ticketholders have the opportunity to
SEE Lion, page 22
Country legend Clint Black returns
to PowayOnStage for encore performance
Poway Onstage welcomes
multi-million album selling
Clint Black back with a full band
for an Encore Performance at 7
p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 9. Black,
heralded as one of Country
music’s brightest stars, promises
to deliver a stellar evening of
original songs and stories on the
intimate Poway stage.
Clint Black shot to fame in
1989 with his break-out album, Killin’ Time. It went triple
platinum and yielded five #1 hits
including “Nothin’ But the Taillights,” “A Better Man” and “Put
Yourself in My Shoes.” Country
Music Television (CMT) lists
Killin’ Time as one of the 100
Greatest Albums in Country
Music. Having sold more than
20 million albums and with 22
number one hits, Clint has joined
the ranks of Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson,
George Jones, and more.
A country music traditionalist
from Texas, Clint Black was one
of the first artists to kick-start
the mass-market popularity of
country in the ‘90s. Black is
also one of the first artists of a
generation that was inspired by
rock-oriented pop -- like ‘70s
singer/songwriters and ‘60s rock
& roll -- as well as country artists
like Merle Haggard, Bob Wills,
and George Jones. Black was
raised in Katy, Texas, a suburb of
Houston. As a child, he listened
to both country and rock & roll,
but he didn’t begin playing guitar until the age of 13, when he
started playing harmonica. Two
years later, he began writing
songs, as well as performing in
his brother Kevin’s band, where
he played bass and sang.
Celebrated for both his singing and songwriting prowess,
Black credits his late father for
his inspiration: “My dad was a
huge country fan and is the first
reason I listen to country music.
He is probably the reason I’m
a songwriter today. He was my
introduction to “who’s behind
the music.” I grew up wanting
to be the writer behind the song.
That really all started with him,”
said Black.
Black has recorded and played
live with Kenny Loggins, Toto,
Billy Joel, Jimmy Buffett and
others. His vocal collaborators
have included Martina McBride, Wynonna, Roy Rogers,
The Pointer Sisters, Waylon
Jennings, Bruce Hornsby, Eric
Idle and Steve Wariner. Among
his songwriting partners have
been Wariner, Merle Haggard,
Michael McDonald, Marty Stuart, Bill Anderson and Jimmy
Buffett.
In 2004, Black scaled the top
of the charts again by trading
Omarr’s weekly
lines with Buffett, Alan Jackson,
George Strait, Toby Keith and
Kenny Chesney on the Hank
Williams classic “Hey Good
Looking.’” He contributed “The
Great Mississippi Flood” to
the 2005 post-Katrina charity
album Hurricane Relief: Come
Together Now. He released albums in 2004, 2005 and 2007.
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In early 2015, Black began
working on a new project at his
home studio in Nashville. The
finished product was entitled
On Purpose. It features guest
spots from Big & Rich and wife
Lisa Hartman-Black, and was
released in September 2015.
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Tickets for Clint Black range
from $34-$74 and are now on
sale at www.powayonstage.
org and the box office at 858748-0505. The 800-seat Center
is located at 15498 Espola Rd.
at the corner of Titan Way in
Poway. The box office is open
from noon to 5 p.m. on Fridays,
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays,
and two hours before curtain.
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aware of more enriching ideas.
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Your friends may start the trends.
In order to keep up with your
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toward the latest fashions or the
most popular music. In the week
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avoid temptations.
Astrological
off your assets in the week
ahead. If you act quickly you can
create lasting improvements in
your work environment or begin
a new set of healthy habits.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22):
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extravagance. In the week to
come you might be overly enthusiastic about purchases and
spend more than you should.
Tighten up the purse strings and
steer clear of roulette wheels.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): If
you show how bright you are
you can light the way for others.
You can set a good example by
adhering to the finest principles.
This week your good judgment
may be brought into play when
people ask you for advice.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21):
Your forbearance with family may be finite. As this week
unfolds there could be misunderstandings with a family
member because you are blind
to the logic of someone’s ideas.
Hold off on starting home improvements.
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forecast
Dec. 21): Your past experiences
have equipped you with well-tailored skills that are appropriate
for building a better future. Dig
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week ahead to overcome small
problems and annoyances.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19): The more the merrier is your
motto. In the week to come your
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renewable resource. You are so
optimistic that you might ignore
a few crucial details.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
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this week unfolds you may
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term growth. Grow closer to a
loved one by discussing shared
philosophies.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20):
You may milk the cow until it is
dry. If you do be sure the optics
are good because someone may
report you for unkindness to
animals. In the week ahead fight
off an urge to overspend or to go
to extremes of behavior.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Wave
the shiny objects. Distract people
from your deficits by showing
La Jolla Music Society’s Dance Series opens with Twyla Tharp
Jolla Music Society’s 2016-17
Season Dance Series opens with
Twyla Tharp Dance at Spreckels
Theatre on Saturday, Oct. 22
at 8 pm. Twyla Tharp Dance
celebrates 50 years of the iconic
choreographer Twyla Tharp’s
groundbreaking creativity and
dance-making with a program
featuring both her classic and new
work performed by a hand-cho-
sen and meticulously rehearsed
cast. Known for creativity, wit
and technical precision coupled
with streetwise nonchalance, Ms.
Tharp’s work combines different forms of movement—such
as jazz, ballet and boxing—and
expands the boundaries of ballet
and modern dance. The folksy
and lively Country Dances from
1976 opens the program. Set to
music from America’s heartland,
the dancers bring Ms. Tharp’s
choreography to life as they dosi-do through square dance adaptations. A dramatic new work
follows, Beethoven Opus 130
featuring long-time Twyla Tharp
dancer Matthew Dibble with the
company, set to Beethoven’s
String Quartet in B-flat Major,
Opus 130, follows. The evening
closes with the 1980 tour de force
Brahms Paganini, set to Books I
& II of Variations on a Theme by
Paganini, Opus 35 by Johannes
Brahms. This dance showcases
the virtuosity, immaculate technique and joy of Ms. Tharp’s
dancers, and features a male soloist and an ensemble who display a
high level of partnering expertise
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AutoMatters & More: Thrilling 2016 MCAS Miramar Air Show
This week we are focusing
our attention on the largest
military air show in the USA
– the MCAS Miramar Air Show
– celebrating 100 years of the
Marine Corps Reserve. Much of
the information you’ll be reading
here is from the official event
program.
MCAS Miramar is the 23,000acre home to the 3rd Marine
Aircraft Wing and more than
10,000 Marines. It is vital to the
Marine Corps’ mission to train,
equip and deploy our forces to
respond to a variety of crises
around the world.
The proud history of the Marines dates back to 1775. The
Marine Corps Reserve was
established in 1916, during
World War I. Since then, Reserve
Marines have served alongside
their active duty counterparts
in times of war and national
emergencies.
MCAS Miramar is a leader in
responsible management of our
precious natural resources. Half
of MCAS Miramar’s energy
is provided by renewable resources, including methane gas
from the Miramar landfill and
solar. Reclaimed water is used
throughout the base.
This year’s air show, which
culminated with a 70th anniversary performance by the legendary U.S. Navy Blue Angels
flight demonstration team, also
featured breathtaking, stylish
formation flying maneuvers
by the Breitling Jet Team – the
world’s largest professional
civilian flight team performing in jets; an intense Marine
Air-Ground simulated battle
demonstration, complete with
massive, fiery explosions; gravity defying maneuvers by the
“Oracle Challenger” aerobatic
biplane, piloted by Sean Tucker
– a “Living Legend of Flight”
with over 1,200 performances
at more than 475 air shows; the
F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike
Fighter, the AV-8B Harrier,
the MV-22B Osprey and the
F-16 Fighting Falcon; the U.S.
Navy Leap Frogs and the U.S.
Army Golden Knights parachute
teams; the 3rd Marine Aircraft
Wing Band; the Shockwave Jet
Truck; opportunities to speak
with and thank Marines, Sailors, Soldiers, Airmen and Coast
Guardsmen while exploring the
numerous static displays that included past and present aircraft,
and ground combat equipment;
vendor exhibits and more.
Easily recognized because
of its two large, tilt-rotor engines, is the MV-22 Osprey. Its
capability for vertical takeoff
and landing like a conventional
helicopter, combined with its
ability to fly twice as fast, carry
three times the weight and fly
more than twice as high as the
CH-46, provides commanders
with unprecedented agility and
operational reach. It will eventually replace the current Marine
Corps assault helicopters in the
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continued from page 1
to its starting point.
Likewise, the AV8B Harrier can takeoff and land vertically
from helicopter pads,
roads and ships, allowing it to be based in areas that
other jets cannot access. This
maneuverability is made possible by four moveable exhaust
nozzles, which can be directed
for conventional flight, short
takeoffs and landings, or vertical
maneuvers. The Harrier, which
is used by the Marine Corps for
light attack and close air support,
can attain speeds of Mach 1.
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The new F-35B Lightning II
is the Marine Corps’ Joint Strike
Fighter, delivering supersonic
speed, radar-evading stealth,
fighter agility, short takeoff/vertical landing capability and the
most comprehensive integrated
sensor package of any fighter
in history. The 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, based at MCAS
Miramar, is proud to have the
first operational F-35 squadron:
Marine Fighter Attack Squadron
(VMFA-121).
Especially exciting at the Miramar Air Show was the massive
Marine Air-Ground Task Force
demonstration (MAGTF). A
MAGTF is an extremely flexible, ideal rapid response team,
able to quickly arrive anywhere
in the world and accomplish mis-
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How to keep turtles happy, healthy and clean
By Marc Morrone
Q: I have two red eared slider turtles. I got them last year
when they were the size of half-dollars. Now in a 75-gallon tank
with a sunning rock and two different lights, they are 5- and
6-inches, each. But I can’t keep the tank clean for more than
four days even with a filter. I’ve heard that some people feed
their turtles in a separate tank, but as soon as I take mine out,
they “clam” up. How can I train them to eat outside their usual
environment? What type of tank and should it have water in it?
- Stewart Williams, Las Vegas, NV
A: I think you need a stronger filter than what you have, but
feeding the turtles in a separate container will keep their habitat
much cleaner no matter what the filter.
The feeding tank does need to have water because water turtles
cannot swallow their food unless their heads are under water. Even
if they grab a piece of food on land they still need to carry it into
the water and swallow it with their head under water. I don’t have
an answer to why this is, despite researching it.
I feed my turtles in a plastic kitty litter pan with just enough water
to cover their shells. After I put them in it and feed them, I leave
them to their own devices for 20 minutes or so to allow them time
to eat and poop in the pan. Then I put the turtles back into their
vivarium and use the messy water in the feeding pan to water my
houseplants.
If your turtles are too shy right now to eat out of their habitat,
then just put them into the feeding pan a few times a day to swim
MOVIES
Bases
at
the
The Clubhouse – NBPL, Main Base,
619-53-9138, Bldg. 546
Thursday, October 6
6:00 PM Coraline (PG)
Friday, October 7
6:00 PM Warcraft (PG-13)
Saturday, October 8
6:00 PM Lights Out (PG-13)
Sunday, October 9
6:00 PM The BFG (PG)
Monday, October 10
6:00 PM Keanu (R)
Tuesday, October 11
6:00 PM Million Dollar Baby (PG-13)
Wednesday, October 12
10:00 AM The Conjuring (R)
12:00 PM The Shining (R)
2:30 PM Scream (R)
4:30 PM The Exorcist (R)
7:00 PM A Nightmare on Elm Street (R)
Thursday, October 13
6:00 PM Frankenweenie (PG)
keep them and many municipalities made them not legal as pets.
In parts of Florida pet iguanas
that got dumped have taken over
as an invasive species.
Q: Years back we all had
Iguanas as pets and I had a
very clever one named “Iggy,”
who actually lived loose in my
studio apartment for many
years. However you never see
them offered as pets anymore
in the pet stores we went to and
I was wondering why? - Richard Grant, Chicago, IL
While all this was going on,
dedicated reptile enthusiasts
started to breed and domesticate
other lizards, such as bearded
dragons and geckos. Those
animals are much smaller than
a 6-foot, 15 pound iguana, thus
easier to keep as a pet. That is
the main reason you seldom see
baby iguanas offered for sale
as pets.
If you do find one to purchase,
you must be sure you are capable
of keeping one as a pet before
you purchase it.
Marc Morrone has kept almost
every kind of animal as a pet for
the last half-century and he is
happy to share his knowledge
with others. Although he cannot answer every question, he
will publish many of those that
have a general interest. You can
contact him at [email protected]
com; please include your name,
city and state.
From
A: Keeping reptiles as pets
has come a long way in the last
few decades. Years back, the
iguana was so popular as a pet
only because it was the only lizard that was available as a pet.
Colette
Inspiration
Weekly
In Central America the green
iguana is a popular food source.
The animal is commercially
bred on farms for this purpose,
so there are many babies that are
available to be sold in the pet
trade and years back every pet
store had them.
“Love isn’t safe.
And whoever you love
will hurt you.
It’s part of the human
experience.
No one is perfect...
people make mistakes.
The secret is to focus
on what they do right
and decide what quirks
you can live with”
The problem, though, is that
baby iguanas need a lot of specialized care that not all pet
keepers are capable of providing.
Because of this, most of them
died as infants.
-Kristin Billerbeck
So many adult iguanas ended
dumped in parks and other areas
by those people who could not
Bob Hope Theater 858-577-4143 *Indicates last showing
6-Oct Thurs
7-Oct Fri
8-Oct Sat
9-Oct Sun
12-Oct Wed
13-Oct Thurs
6:30 PM *Pete’s Dragon (3D)-PG
6:30 PM When the Bough Breaks PG-13
9:00 PM Don’t Breathe-R
3:00 PM The Wild Life (2D) PG
8:06 PM Sully PG-13
9:00 PM Ben-Hur PG-13
1:00 PM The Light Between Oceans PG-13
6:30 PM Kevin Hart: What Now?
FREE ADVANCE SCREENING-R
6:30 PM *War Dogs-R
6:30 PM *Kubo and the Two Strings (2D) PG
Lowry Theater – NASNI, 619-545-8479, Bldg. 650
Thursday, October 6
6:00 PM Mechanic: Resurrection (R)
8:10 PM Sausage Party (R)
Friday, October 7
6:00 PM Sully (PG-13)
8:10 PM When The Bough Breaks (PG-13)
Saturday, October 8
1:00 PM The Wild Life (PG)
3:00 PM Kubo and The Two Strings (PG)
6:00 PM Sully (PG-13)
8:10 PM Hell or High Water (R)
Sunday, October 9
1:00 PM Kubo and The Two Strings (PG)
3:00 PM The Wild Life (PG)
5:50 PM Sully (PG-13)
8:00 PM The Light Between Oceans (PG-13)
Monday, October 10
6:00 PM Sully (PG-13)
8:10 PM When The Bough Breaks (PG-13)
Tuesday, October 11
6:00 PM Ben-Hur (PG-13)
8:30 PM Sully (PG-13)
Wednesday, October 12
6:00 PM Sully (PG-13)
8:10 PM War Dogs (R)
Thursday, October 13
6:00 PM Kubo and The Two Strings (PG)
8:00 PM When The Bough Breaks (PG-13)
Naval Base Theater - NBSD, 619-556-5568, Bldg. 71
Thursday, October 6
5:50 PM The Wild Life (PG)
7:50 PM The Light Between Oceans (PG-13)
Friday, October 7
5:50 PM Sully (PG-13)
8:00 PM When The Bough Breaks (PG-13)
Saturday, October 8
12:50 PM The Wild Life (PG)
2:40 PM Sully (PG-13) rSully (PG-13)
Sunday, October 9
12:50 PM The Wild Life (PG)
2:40 PM Kubo and The Two Strings (PG)
5:50 PM Sully (PG-13)
7:50 PM When The Bough Breaks (PG-13)
Monday, October 10
5:50 PM When The Bough Breaks (PG-13)
8:00 PM Hell or High Water (R)
Tuesday, October 11
5:50 PM Sully (PG-13)
7:50 PM Don’t Breathe (R)
Wednesday, October 12
6:00 PM The Wild Life (PG)
7:50 PM Mechanic: Resurrection (R)
Thursday, October 13
5:50 PM When The Bough Breaks (PG-13)
8:00 PM Sully (PG-13)
R | 1h 42min | Crime, Drama
A divorced father and his
ex-con older brother resort
to a desperate scheme in
order to save their family’s
ranch in West Texas.
Ben-Hur
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama Cast: Jack
Huston, Toby Kebbell, Rodrigo Santoro, Morgan
Freeman and Nazanin Boniadi Synopsis: Judah
Ben-Hur, a prince falsely accused of treason by
his adopted brother, an officer in the Roman army,
returns to his homeland after years at sea to seek
revenge, but finds redemption Rated: “PG-13”
for sequences of violence and disturbing images
Length: 125 minutes
Bad Moms
Genre: Comedy Cast: Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn,
Kristen Bell, Christina Applegate, Jada Pinkett Smith,
Annie Mumolo, Oona Laurence and Jay Hernandez
Synopsis: When three overworked and under-appreciated moms are pushed beyond their limits,
they ditch their conventional responsibilities for
a jolt of long overdue freedom, fun, and comedic
self-indulgence. Rated: “R” for sexual material, full
frontal nudity, language throughout, and drug and
alcohol content Length: 100 minutes
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Q-Zone Theater- NAB, 619-437-5487, Bldg. 337
Thursday, October 6
11:00 AM The Boxtrolls (PG)
6:00 PM Independence Day: Resurgence (PG-13)
Friday, October 7
6:00 PM Bad Moms (R)
Saturday, October 8
11:00 AM Toy Story (G)
2:00 PM The Legend of Tarzan (PG-13)
5:00 PM Nerve (PG-13)
Tuesday, October 11
11:00 AM The BFG (PG)
6:00 PM Alice Through The Looking Glass (PG)
Wednesday, October 12
6:00 PM Now You See Me 2 (PG-13)
Thursday, October 13
11:00 AM The Pirate Fairy (G)
6:00 PM Central Intelligence (PG-13)
for about 20 minutes, so they
can grow feel comfortable in it
- just be sure that the water in the
feeding pan is the same temp as
in their vivarium.
Concerts
Please confirm concerts before attending. NOTE: Some venues are
age 21+ only.
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T-Pain. Sat, Oct 1, 6pm. Rap/
Hip-Hop. Petco Park, 100 Park
Blvd., San Diego. Petco Park, San
Diego, CA, US (map)
Christina Milian. Sat, Oct 1,
10pm. Hip-Hop/R&B. Rich’s
Nightclub,1051 University Ave.
San Diego.
Alice in Chains. Sun, Oct 2, 8pm.
Rock. Copley Symphony Hall, 750
B St., San Diego. (619) 235-0804.
Cyndi Lauper. Mon, Oct 3,
7:30pm. Pop/Rock. Humphrey’s
by the Bay, box office 2241 Shelter Island Dr., (619) 224-3577
or Ticketmaster (619) 220-TIXS.
humphreysbythebay.com
ZZ Top. Tues, Oct 4, 7:30pm.
Classic Rock. Humphrey’s by the
Bay, box office 2241 Shelter Island
Dr., (619) 224-3577 or Ticketmaster (619) 220-TIXS. humphreysbythebay.com
Sia. Wed, Oct 5, 7pm. Pop/HipHop. Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl
San Diego State University. 5500
Canyon Crest Dr, San Diego
Sia & Miguel. Wed, Oct 5, 7pm.
R&B. Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl
San Diego State University. 5500
Canyon Crest Dr, San Diego
P Ditty, Lil Kim, Faith Evans,
112, Total. Thurs, Oct 6, 8pm.
Rap/Hip-Hop/R&B. Viejas Arena
at Aztec Bowl San Diego State
University. 5500 Canyon Crest Dr,
San Diego
TroyBoi. Thurs, Oct 6, 8pm.
Trap Music. Observatory North
Park, 2891 University Ave,San
Diego. (619) 239-8836.
Chief Keef. Sat, Oct 8, 7pm.
$40. Hip-Hop. House of Blues,
1055 Fifth Ave., San Diego. (619)
299-2583.
The Cadillac Three. Sun, Oct
9. Southern Rock. Sleep Train
Amphitheatre, 2050 Entertainment Cir., Chula Vista. (619)
671-3600.
Festival of Praise. Sun, Oct
9, 8pm. Gospel. San Diego Civic
Theatre, 1100 Third Ave, San
Diego. (619) 570-1100.
Florida Georgia Line. Sun, Oct
9, 7pm. Country. Sleep Train Amphitheatre, 2050 Entertainment
Cir., Chula Vista. (619) 671-3600.
Machine Gun Kelly. Mon, Oct
10, 7pm. $50. Hip-Hop. House of
Blues, 1055 Fifth Ave., San Diego.
(619) 299-2583.
Colbie Caillat. Wed, Oct 12,
7:30pm. Pop. Humphrey’s by the
Bay, box office 2241 Shelter Island
Dr., (619) 224-3577 or Ticketmaster (619) 220-TIXS. humphreysbythebay.com
Foreigner. Fri, Oct 14, 8pm.
Classic Rock. Harrah’s Rincon, 777
Harrah’s Rincon Way, Valley Center. (760) 751-3100.
The 1975. Sat, Oct 15. Rock/
Pop. Open Air Theatre at SDSU,
5500 Campanile Dr., San Diego.
(619) 594-6947.
Stryper. Sat, Oct 15, 7pm. $60.
Glam Metal/Hard Rock. House of
Blues, 1055 Fifth Ave., San Diego.
(619) 299-2583.
Yellowcard. Sun, Oct, 16,
6:30pm. Pop/Punk. House of
Blues, 1055 Fifth Ave., San Diego.
(619) 299-2583.
R. Kelly. Sun, Oct 16, 7pm.
R&B. Valley View Casino Center
(San Diego Sports Arena), 3500
Sports Arena Blvd., San Diego.
(619) 224-4171.
Prophets of Rage. Sun, Oct 16,
7pm. Rap/Metal. Sleep Train Amphitheatre, 2050 Entertainment
Cir., Chula Vista. (619) 671-3600.
Alessia Cara, Ruth B, and
Nathan Sykes. Tues, Oct 18,
7:30pm. Pop. Copley Symphony
Hall, 750 B St., San Diego. (619)
235-0804.
Taking Back Sunday. Wed, Oct
19, 8pm. Emo/Punk. Observatory North Park, 2891 University
Ave,San Diego. (619) 239-8836.
Keith Urban. Thurs, Oct 20,
7:30pm. Country. STAPLES Center, 1111 S. Figueroa St, Los Angeles. www.staplescenter.com
Niykee Heaton. Sat, Oct 22,
8pm. Pop/Rock/R&B. Observatory North Park, 2891 University
Ave,San Diego. (619) 239-8836.
Violent Femmes. Sun, Oct
23, 8pm. Punk/Rock. Observatory North Park, 2891 University
Ave,San Diego. (619) 239-8836.
Jackson Browne & Steve
Earle. Mon, Oct 24, 8pm. Folk/
Rock. Balboa Theatre, 868 Fourth
Ave. (619) 570-1100. www.
sdbalboa.org
Alice Cooper. Fri, Oct 28, 9pm.
Rock. Harrah’s Rincon, 777
Harrah’s Rincon Way, Valley Center. (760) 751-3100.
Gnash. Sun, Oct 30, 7pm. R&B/
Hip-Hop. House of Blues, 1055
Fifth Ave., San Diego. (619)
299-2583.
November
Ms. Lauryn Hill. Tues Nov 1.
R&B. Copley Symphony Hall,
750 B St., San Diego. (619)
235-0804.
Tory Lanez. Thurs, Nov 3, 7pm.
Hip-Hop/Dancehall. Observatory North Park, 2891 University
Ave,San Diego. (619) 239-8836.
Katt Williams. Sat, Nov 5,
8pm. Comedy. Viejas Arena
at Aztec Bowl San Diego State
University. 5500 Canyon Crest
Dr, San Diego
Sum 41. Sat, Nov 5, 7pm.
Punk/Rock. House of Blues,
1055 Fifth Ave., San Diego. (619)
299-2583.
The Motels, The Smithereens,
and The Romantics. Sat, Nov
5. Alternative/Rock/Pop. Spotlight 29 Casino, 46-200 Harrison
Pl, Coachella
Bush. Tues, Nov 8, 8pm. Rock.
Observatory North Park, 2891
University Ave,San Diego. (619)
239-8836.
Amos Lee. Wed, Nov 9, 8pm.
Blues/Soul/Jazz. Spreckels Theatre, 121 Broadway, San Diego.
(619) 235-9500.
Slightly Stoopid. Sat, Nov
12, 7:30pm. Reggae/Punk/Dub.
Observatory North Park, 2891
University Ave,San Diego. (619)
239-8836.
Lupe Fiasco. Mon, Nov 14, 7pm.
$55. Hip-Hop. House of Blues,
1055 Fifth Ave., San Diego. (619)
299-2583.
Pennywise. Thurs, Nov 17,
6pm. Punk/Skate Rock. House of
Blues, 1055 Fifth Ave., San Diego.
(619) 299-2583.
Lukas Graham. Sat, Nov 19,
7pm. Soul/Pop. House of Blues,
1055 Fifth Ave., San Diego. (619)
299-2583.
Lukas Graham. Sat, Nov 19,
7pm. Pop/Soul. House of Blues,
1055 Fifth Ave., San Diego. (619)
299-2583.
Chris Isaak. Fri, Nov 24, 8pm.
Rock / Rockabilly. Belly Up Tavern, 143 South Cedros Ave., Solana Beach. (858) 481-8140.
Yelawolf, Bubba Sparxxx.
Fri, Nov 25, 8pm. Rap/Hip-Hop.
Observatory North Park, 2891
University Ave,San Diego. (619)
239-8836.
Jai Wolf. Sun, Nov 27, 8pm.
Electronica. Observatory North
Park, 2891 University Ave,San
Diego. (619) 239-8836.
Kool Keith. Sun, Nov 27, 7pm.
Rap/Hip-Hop. House of Blues,
1055 Fifth Ave., San Diego. (619)
299-2583.
Porter Robinson and Madeon.
Tues, Nov 29, 8:30pm. Electronic. Valley View Casino Center
(San Diego Sports Arena), 3500
Sports Arena Blvd., San Diego.
(619) 224-4171.
December
Brothers Osborne. Fri, Dec 16,
7pm. $32.50. Country. House of
Blues, 1055 Fifth Ave., San Diego.
(619) 299-2583.
Future
Golden Boys, Bobby Rydell,
Frankie Avalon. Sat, Feb 4.
Rock and Roll. Spotlight 29
Casino, 46-200 Harrison Pl,
Coachella, CA. (760) 775-5566
Red Hot Chili Peppers. Sun,
March 5. Alternative. Valley View
Casino Center (San Diego Sports
Arena), 3500 Sports Arena Blvd.,
San Diego. (619) 224-4171.
Shawn Mendes. Fri, July 14,
7:30pm. R&B. Valley View Casino
Center (San Diego Sports Arena),
3500 Sports Arena Blvd., San
Diego. (619) 224-4171.
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pre-purchase valet parking in
the Zoo’s new employee parking
structure. With a drop-off point
just a short walk to the Globe,
theatregoers may purchase fast,
easy, convenient valet parking
for just $20 per vehicle per evening. Pre-paid only, available
only by phone through the Old
Globe Box Office. Call Today:
(619) 234-5623. For more information: http://www.theoldglobe.
org/tickets/parkingvalet.aspx.
There are numerous free
parking lots available throughout the park. Guests may also
be dropped off in front of the
Mingei International Museum.
The Balboa Park valet is also
available during performances,
located in front of the Japanese
Friendship Garden. For additional parking information visit
www.BalboaPark.org. For directions and up-to-date information,
please visit www.TheOldGlobe.
org/Directions.
The Lion, the Drama Desk
Award-winning piece written
and performed by Benjamin
Scheuer, has redefined the genre
of musical theatre.
Around Town
Historic Park, San Diego
Revolution Car Show. Sat, Oct 8, 9am-1pm. $20. Food, vendors, music and raffle prizes. Ramona High School, 1401 Hanson
Ln, Ramona
Pink Promise Ride to Thrive. Sat, Oct 8, 7-11am. Free. It’s time
to Dust off your bike and get active and moving! All Fitness Levels are
Welcome! The Bike Shop, 32835 Temecula Pkwy, Temecula
Filipino Heritage Month Potluck Picnic. Sat, Oct 8, 11am-3pm.
Palarong pinoy, panlasang pinoy, and pinoy music. We ask attendees
to bring a potluck Filipino dish to share! Mariners Point Park, Mariners
Way San Diego
La Jolla Art & Wine Festival. Sat-Sun, Oct 8-9 (Sat 10am-7pm;
Sun 10am-6pm). Free. Features artists, entertainment, Family Art
Center, and a wine & beer garden. Girard Ave & Prospect St, La
Jolla
Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration. Mon, Oct 10, 11:30am1pm. Free. We will be serving delicious food and showcasing some
great entertainment. San Diego County Operations Center, 5520
Overland Ave, San Diego
Taste Of Mission Hills. Tues,
Oct 11, 5-9pm. $25-$30. More
than 20 participating restaurants.
Throughout Mission Hills
Veterans Job Search Workshop. Tues, Oct 11, 8am-12pm.
Free. North County Coastal Career Center, 1949 Avenida del
Oro Suite 106, Oceanside
Halloween Home. Wed, Oct
12, 9:30-11am. Free. Our world
of hoary oaks, whistling cottonwoods, and waving willows is
home to your spooky favorites.
Meet inside Visitor Center. Mission Trails Regional Park, One
Father Junípero Serra Trail, San
Carlos
A Taste of Coronado. Wed,
Oct 12, 5-9pm. $40-$50. Take
a culinary trip around the world
sampling from local bistros. Along
Orange Ave, Coronado
Rock & Roll Fundraiser.
Wed, Oct 12, 6-9pm. $20. Silent
auction, food, drinks, and live
music. Short presentation from
astronaut Dan Bursch. Brick,
2863 Historic Decatur Rd, Liberty
Station
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Ceremony. Thurs, Oct 13, 5-11pm. $20-$145. With food and drinks.
Spreckels Theatre, 121 Broadway, San Diego
Denver Broncos at San Diego Chargers. Thurs, Oct 13, 5:25pm.
Qualcomm Stadium, 9449 Friars Rd, San Diego
MCAA Miramar Event. Thurs, Oct 13, 5-9pm. $0-$45. This
event features a live auction, giveaways, a chance to mingle with
the Marines and more! MCAS Miramar Officers’ Club, 4472 Anderson
Ave, San Diego
Film Festival. Thurs-Sun, Oct 13-16, 5:30pm. A combination of
films and special events in a setting that epitomizes a world-class
destination. Omni La Costa Resort and Spa, 2100 Costa Del Mar Rd,
Carlsbad
Craft Fair. Fri, Oct 14, 9am-7pm. Free. Stroll through 8500 square
feet of professional customized items, shop for unique gifts, and enjoy lunch, baked goods. Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian
Church, 17010 Pomerado Rd, San Diego
Classy Golf Tournament. Fri, Oct 14, 10am. Join us for a “classy”
day on beautiful Coronado Island. Coronado Municipal Golf Course,
2000 Visalia Row, Coronado
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Events subject to change. Please confirm details before attending!
Craftoberfest. Sat-Sun, Oct 1-8, 11am-7pm. Free. German beer
tap takeover, traditional bites, games, prizes, corn hole and Giant
Jenga. Liberty Public Market, 2820 Historic Decatur Rd, San Diego
Oktoberfest in El Cajon. Sat-Sun, Oct 1-9 (Fri 4-10pm; Sat 1210pm; Sun 12-9pm). $10. Family-friendly festival promoting traditional
German culture. Folk dances, games, and contests, vendor booths
and craft stands, Kids’ Zone. German American Societies, 1017 S.
Mollison Ave, El Cajon
Paint Night with a First Responder. Thurs, Oct 6, 6-9pm. $30.
There will be Firemen and Police Officers from La Mesa to hang out
with and take photos. American Legion Hall, 8118 University Ave,
La Mesa
Taste Of Old Town. Thurs, Oct 6, 6-9pm. $25-$40. Enjoy tasting
great samples of cuisine with spirits in some of San Diego’s favorite
restaurants in the heart of Old Town. Throughout Old Town
Military Women in Transition Career Symposium & Resource
Expo. Thurs-Fri, Oct 6-7 (Thurs 9am; Fri 12pm). Free. Sources,
agencies, and networks that are needed for a successful transition
from military to civilian life. Pacific Views Event Center, 202850 San
Jacinto Rd, Camp Pendleton
Disney on Ice: Passport to Adventure. Thurs-Sun, Oct 6-9
(Thurs-Fri 7pm; Sat 11am, 3pm, 7pm; Sun 1pm, 5pm). The Lion
King, the Little Mermaid, Peter Pan, and Disney’s Frozen. Valley View
Casino Center, 3500 Sports Arena Blvd, San Diego
Gemological Institute Of America. Fri, Oct 7, 8am-1:30pm.
Free. Enjoy the more than 1000 gems and jewelry designs on view
at the GIA. Gemological Institute of America Museum. 5345 Armada
Dr, Carlsbad
Celebration Under The Dome. Fri, Oct 7, 6pm. Food, creative
libations, and top-notch entertainers. Central Library, 330 Park Blvd,
San Diego
Run/Walk & Wellness Expo. Fri, Oct 7, 8am. Free. Deck yourself
out in pink & purple for a 1.5 mile run/walk to honor those affected
by breast cancer or domestic violence. NAB Turner Field
Postage-Stamp Bourse. Fri-Sat, Oct 7-8, 10am-5pm. Free. The
bourse will feature an appraisal table; door prizes; free stamps for
kids. Al Bahr Shrine Temple, 5440 Kearny Mesa Rd.
Ocean Beach Oktoberfest. Fri-Sat, Oct 7-8 (Fri 3:30-11pm; Sat
9am-11pm). Free. This two-day eclectic, beachside festival will include
a variety of activities, contests, and entertainment. Newport Ave &
Abbott St, Ocean Beach
Gaslight Gathering. Fri-Sun, Oct 7-9. $15-$150. Steampunk
and Victoriana aesthetics as it relates to dress, art, music, crafts,
pop culture, and literature. Town & Country Resort Hotel, 500 Hotel
Circle N, San Diego
Holiday Craft Fair. Fri-Sun, Oct 7-9 (Fri 1:30-8pm; Sat 10am3pm; Sun 8:30am-12pm). Free. Handcrafted gift items , home-baked
goodies, gift baskets, jewelry and more. First United Methodist Church
of Escondido, 341 Kalmia St.
Annual Polish Festival.
Fri-Sun, Oct 7-9. $5. Cultural
celebration in PB all about Polish
culture, traditions and cuisine. St.
Maximilian Kolbe Polish Roman
Catholic Mission, 1735 Grand
Ave, San Diego
OB Brat Trot Beach Runs.
Sat, Oct 8, 10am-12pm. $25$30. All ages are welcome. Dust
off your lederhosen & join the
fun! Entry fee includes tickets
for 2 free beers*, entry into raffle
drawing, and OB Oktoberfest
entry. 5050 Newport Ave, San
Diego.
Old Town’s Fall Festival.
Sat, Oct 8, 12-4pm. Free. Fall
crafts and children’s activities.
Many merchants surrounding
the park will have activities as
well. Old Town San Diego State
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Cash...............................-$500
2017 Ford Escape 4 Dr. S
MSRP............................$24,495
Fuller Discount..............-$4,236
Sale Price.....................$20,259
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