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IN THIS ISSUE
Letters to the Editors ....................................3
From Your County Supervisor .....................4
Sheriff’s Community Meeting ......................4
Antelope Friends of the Library ..................4
Center Joint Unified School District ...........6
Center Booster Club .....................................6
Antelope Jr. Titans Mighty Mite Football ..7
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Saturday, January 10th 2015 • 9 am - 1 pm
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We know new electronics arrived in your homes over the holidays, so it’s time to
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Dry Creek School District ............................8
Antelope High School Volleyball ................9
Local Girl Tackles Semi Pro Football
Antelope Profiles ........................................11
Center High School Football .....................13
BY MARISA PHILLIPS
Antelope Jr. Titans (AJT) Cheerleaders ..13
Annual Christmas Tree Pick Up ................14
Antelope News Classifieds ........................15
And Much More . . .
Members of Troop 1309: Ally, Morgan,
Joyce, Georgie, Corrina, Jade and Lily.
ANTELOPE, CA 95843
7909 Walerga Rd., #112-123
Antelope, CA 95843
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Ante line at
Girl Scout Troop 1309 in Antelope
collected more than 120 coats for the Family
Resource Center at the Center School
District. Donation boxes were at Just Send It
Postal Center, Les Schwab, California Shock
Trauma Air Rescue, Oakhill Elementary and
Wilson C. Riles Middle School. The girls
were working on the Girl Scout Journey
Awards. They needed to identify a problem
in their community and work to help fix it.
They chose the coat drive after learning that
hundreds of children in the Center School
District needed coats last winter. The girls
did a wonderful job promoting and collecting
Samia Jbeily has always
having the opportunity to
loved football. She is a
play tackle football is “My
regular at Friday night
happiness. Being on that
Center High School games
field is where I belong”,
rooting on her alma mater
Jbeily says proudly.
and has spent countless
While football will
remain a lifelong passion,
during the Center Junior
a senior at Sacramento
Cougar games. An avid
State University majoring
Washington Redskins fan,
in criminal justice, Jbeily
she also enjoys the rivalry
hopes to work
and friendly banter that
occurs among family and
friends during Sunday afternoon
and Monday evening NFL games.
Department. As a
Yet, even surrounding herself with
young woman with
football related activities; her dream
a bright future,
has always been to play the game, not
she is a shining
just a powder puff game or a friendly
example to others
after Thanksgiving dinner game with
that nothing is
the family, but in a real league, with
real competitors playing for real stakes.
in the end, taking
In 2013, she learned of a semirisks, following
professional women’s tackle football
a dream and
league and attended tryouts for the
achieving success as a result of dedication
Sacramento Sirens with the hope of acquiring
and perseverance is worth the trials and
a spot on the team. Not only did she make
tribulations experienced along the path.
the team, but her performance during her
Excited to begin the next season in April
rookie season was more than impressive.
2015, the Sirens will play locally in Gerety
As a running back with lightning fast speed,
Stadium at Center High School. Jbeily
she completed 22 carries for 462 yards and
encourages all Antelope residents to attend
6 touchdowns as well as 1 reception for a
a game and see what women’s tackle football
12-yard gain. Highlights of her noteworthy
is all about. She guarantees that fans will not
moves are available at www.youtube.
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Next time you’re
sitting on Don Julio…
Dog Park in Antelope
The residents (both human and canine)
deserve and need a dog park. An excellent area
is next to Pokelma Park and Winco.
A safe place for dogs to run free
Dogs can run off their energy and
possibly to be more calm and quiet at home
Keep the grass in Pokelma free of
• Enable the humans to walk to a park
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What can be done to make this a reality?
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ANTELOPE NEWS • JANUARY 2015
From Your County Supervisor
BY ROBERTA MACGLASHAN, Sacramento
County Supervisor - Chair
All of the recent rain
I am still looking into what
has given our region a muchresponses the County might take
needed boost to our local water
to avoid such circumstances in
storage. The drought has been
the future, including ensuring
a significant burden on our
that we are properly cleaning up
region’s economy, and has
leaves that fall in the landscape
compelled significant changes
corridors that we maintain
in how we use water this year.
throughout the community. We
Make no mistake, conservation
are also nearing a significant
is absolutely essential for many
expansion of our street sweeping
reasons; still, conservation alone
program, which will further
will not fully address our need for more
mitigate the chances of storm
rain to fill our reservoirs and replenish our
drain clogging in the coming years.
Still, it is equally important that
While the benefits of this water are
community residents do their part and
clear, there has also been an obvious
clean up after trees on private property.
downside: localized flooding. Nowhere was
I know it’s not one of those preferred
the localized flooding more surprising than
chores, but it is necessary to accomplish
in Antelope, a relatively new community
this task each year so that everyone does
with a more-than-adequate storm water
their part to prevent clogged storm drains.
The County provides each resident with
Upon learning of the localized street
two green waste containers as part of your
flooding in Antelope, I immediately
regular refuse service, so you should have
requested an explanation from the County’s
more than enough space to dispose of any
Department of Water Resources, which
leaves in your yard.
is responsible for maintaining the local
Should you see any areas where leaves
drainage system in Antelope. The response
are cluttering the street, please do not
confirmed that Antelope has a relatively
hesitate to contact the County by dialing 311
new and adequate drainage system. The
on your phone. You may even download
problem, though, was that the storm drains
an app for your iOS or Android device, and
had become clogged, primarily with leaves.
send a picture marked by your phone’s GPS
so that County staff know exactly where to
find the problem. You may also email me
directly at [email protected],
or call my office at 916-874-5491 where my
staff is ready to assist you.
Please also attend my regular
Community Cabinet meetings, held on
the second Thursday of each month at
6:30pm in the North Highlands-Antelope
Library. In January, we will be joined by
the County’s Director of Child Protective
Services, Michelle Callejas, and will be
preceded at 6pm with a community meeting
with the Sheriff’s Department. I look
forward to seeing you there.
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at 6:00pm • January 8 and March 12.
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of the Library
Our next Friends’ Board meeting
is January 21 at 11:00 a.m. Please join
Antelope affiliate of the Friends of
Sacramento Public Library. Membership
fees are very affordable, $15 per year for
an individual and $20 for a family, with half
the membership fees remaining with our
branch Friends group. And if you love our
library as much as we do, consider joining
the board. We can always use fresh ideas!
The Sacramento Tree Foundation will
host a clinic on tree pruning at 2 p.m. on
January 24th. Learn how to extend the
life and beauty of trees and gain maximum
benefit for years to come. Learn when
and how to make pruning cuts, overall
pruning strategies and the tools needed
for pruning. Weather permitting; there
will be an optional walk afterwards on
library grounds to look at tree structure
The Friends of the Antelope Library
will be having their second quarterly book
sale coming up on Friday and Saturday,
February 6 and 7. We encourage you to
come see the wide selection of books we
have. We will have several tables set up
with many different genres, puzzles, DVDs
and much more. Most books are priced
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between $ .50 and $2.00. The sale will be
open for Friends of the Library one hour
prior to opening for the general public.
Hours for the sale are: Friday, February
6, Friends preview at noon, with the public
sale from 1 to 6. On Saturday, February 7,
the sale starts at 10 and ends at 3:00.
Remember, through our fundraising
book sales, the Antelope Friends provide
nearly all the funding for the myriad
children, teen and adult programs offered
in our branch library each and every month.
The Antelope Library is located at 4235
Antelope Road (near the corner of Walerga
and Antelope). For more information email
us at: [email protected] or
call 916-264-2700. You are also welcome
to check out our bi-monthly newsletter at
The Antelope Lions Club
meetings are held at the
VFW Hall 3300 U Street in
Antelope. Their meeting dates
are the 2nd & 4th Wednesday at
6:30pm. The Lions motto is “We
Serve.” For more information, please
call 916-905-7627, website: antelopelions.org
Antelope Lions Club meetings are open
to the public.
County Women’s Club
BY DORI KELSEY
The GFWC Antelope-North County
Women’s Club would like to thank
everyone who came to the Umpqua Bank
to have their holiday packages wrapped. It
was a fun event for all! We had Santa and
Elves with ladies from Kohl’s Cares, Citrus
with our women to wrap all the packages
that folks brought to the Bank. We
wrapped for hours and hours. There were
cookies and cocoa, if you came by plus
beautiful holiday gifts wrapped by our
expert hands. Thanks to all who came.
This is the start of the second half
of the club year. We have a bunch of
projects in the works. We are still handing
out “WHALE” tags at all the events we
attend. These tags go on kid’s car seats
so that in case of an emergency and
the driver cannot talk the tag will have
all the emergency information the first
responders need. It is a simple thing but
in an emergency it could mean so much
to the child. We will have another Child’s
Safety Car Seat Check next Oct 3rd, so
mark your calendars now.
We will continue to collect and send
money to “[email protected]” which gives
children worldwide vaccines against the
4 most common killers of children under
the age of 5. We will also continue to help
a small orphanage in Korea. We found
this orphanage with the help of one of our
adopted soldiers from Afghanistan. We
have continued to keep in touch with him
through two of his own children and this is
his third posting. He is now a Command
SargentMajor, who we are very proud of.
We hope you notice a common theme,
making our community and the world a
better place for children.
Does this sound like something you
would like to be a part of? Our next
meeting is at St Andrews Church on
Watt Ave Jan 10th at 11:30am. This is a
Saturday morning. Come by and join us
for a meeting, Find us on Facebook at
GFWC Antelope-North County Women’s
Club. Call us at 332-7133 ask for Dori and
check us out at www.cfwc.org and www.
gfwc.org. We would love to meet you!
Everyone has something special to offer
our community and our club.
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Center Joint Unified School District
BY SCOTT A. LOEHR, Superintendent
Since ancient times people have
welcomed the new year with rituals
to attract good fortune. As we ring
in 2015, I am proud of the great
fortune we have in the Center Joint
Unified School District. We have
a wealth of teachers, instructional
staff and support staff committed to
the academic, social and emotional
growth of all students. I am proud
of the achievement of our students
from the kindergartener learning to read
to the high school senior planning the next
chapter in his life.
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I
remember. Involve me and I learn.” It has
been over 200 years since Benjamin Franklin
penned this famous quote. Yet, in 2015, the
statement is both relevant and essential to
preparing students for college and career.
Students in elementary through high
school are expanding their reading experiences
to include both literary and informational
text. Students are moving away from
subjective responses, toward a deeper level of
understanding that requires students to really
engage with the written language and use
evidence from reading to support their writing.
In mathematics, students are gaining a
more conceptual understanding of key skills
with the support of math manipulatives in
elementary classrooms through Algebra II
at the high school. Students not only use
computation skills, but apply key mathematical
concepts to real world situations and
communicate the process and rationale used
in solving posed problems. These heightened
expectations are preparing students for the
level of comprehension, written expression and
mathematical competency that is demanded
in college, technical training programs and
the work force.
The District has made technology in
classrooms a priority with the purchase and
implementation of Chromebooks at every
school site throughout the district. Teachers
use Chromebooks as a teaching and learning
tool in place of a worksheet or traditional
paper and pencil tasks. Chromebooks extend
learning, provide a research tool, expand
communication and collaboration while
State standards have new and different
expectations for students, with the goal to
prepare students to be college and career ready.
The new assessment will be administered in
the spring to students in grades 3rd-8th and
11th. The assessment will utilize
a new format to measure student
progress toward standard.
Since the CJUSD Board of
Trustees adopted our Local Control
Accountability Plan (LCAP) in the
spring, the LCAP has become the
guiding document to address the
needs of all student populations.
Just as we sought parent and
community input in the creation of
our LCAP, we are seeking feedback on our
implementation and progress through an
online survey to be launched in
January. You will find a link to the survey
on the district webpage www.centerusd.org,
under the LCFF/LCAP tab.
I’d like to thank the school sites,
the Maintenance Department and the
Transportation Department for their
preparation for the threat of violent storms
in December. Thankfully, the storms did not
produce the damage many anticipated. I
am proud that the proactive efforts of many
ensured the safety of all.
I wish to thank the following site
representatives who serve on my Parent
Committee; Misha Green (Spinelli), Linda
Villarreal (Spinelli), Sylvia Anderson (Dudley),
Amy Jouan (North Country), Angel Hughes
(Oak Hill), Susie Lacy (Riles), Cindy Campbell
(CHS), Leslie Howton (MHS). I appreciate
their time and perspective and look forward
to continued work into the new year.
As students return to school following
Winter Break I am excited about the
opportunities that await us all in 2015. Happy
New Year to all.
BY CINDY CAMPBELL — Booster President
We hope you and your family had a great
holiday season, and a nice vacation from school.
This New Year promises to be very exciting and
full of great opportunities for you to support
your Cougars at Center High School.
Here’s another reminder of our exciting
events planned for the near future…
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ANTELOPE NEWS • JANUARY 2015
Antelope Jr. Titans Mighty Mite Football
Jr. Titans Mighty
M i t e Fo o t b a l l
Team has wrapped
up a great season.
the Antelope Jr.
Ti t a n s M i g h t y
Mite team are
win after what
was a nail bitter
of a game on
November 1st against the Nevada Union
Jr. Miners. This group of 7-8 year olds boys
and girl, battled hard all season long and
only came short on two games this season.
They dominated at the Mighty Mite Bowl
on October 25th and defeated the Oakmont
Jr. Vikings and Lincoln Jr. Zebras to secure
their spot in the Championship game. Head
Coach Hector Munoz was very happy to be
moving up with this age group this year. He
Center Booster Club
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Cougar Time at Yogurt Time Café:
Is Wednesday January 21st and every 3rd
Wednesday of each month this year at Antelope
location by Bel Air. All day long, just mention
Center Cougar Boosters Club before you make
your purchase and a portion of your purchase
will support the Booster Club.
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FEED: Confirmed date is Saturday March 7,
2015. We will be holding it again at the North
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music & dancing, hundreds of raffle prizes, and
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the BEST Crab Feed yet. Group discounts are
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has coached the majority of the boys for the
past two years and was excited about some of
the new players coming on board. “I pushed
the kids hard every week to prepare them for
the season, and it paid off. I knew with a lot
of hard work, the team would go far.”
The success of the youth team has
Antelope coaches buzzing and looking forward
to seeing what the youngsters will do when they
take the Titans field in high school.
of Center High School (during Spring Break).
It is going to be the BIGGEST carnival yet.
Along with the fun carnival rides we have come
to love; we will be having a Car & Motorcycle
Show, and Vendor Booths. If you are interested
in entering your Car or Motorcycle, or to rent a
vendor space, please email us ASAP. All schools
in the Center District will have an opportunity
to benefit from this event, so please make sure
to come out and support them.
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entertainment!! Space is limited and is Sure
to Sell out, so get your tickets now at the ASB
window. If you would like to help with this
event, donate any items for the raffles, or for
more information contact Johanna Quinley:
Our meetings are on the 2nd Wednesday
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ANTELOPE NEWS • JANUARY 2015
Dry Creek School District Update
BY BRAD TOOKER, Superintendent
The New Year brings with it
Applications for Intra-District
the opportunity to turn aspirations
transfers are granted based
into goals and potential into
on space availability at the
plans for individuals and
requested school. The majority
organizations alike. In the Dry
of applicants will be notified
Creek Joint Elementary School
of their enrollment status by
District (DCJESD), planning
May 31, 2015. Applications for
and preparing is a continual
Intra-District Transfers can be
process enabling us to anticipate
found at each school office, the
the needs of our students and
District Office and on the Dry
community. Early enrollment activities
Creek Joint Elementary School District
and careful planning ensure that programs
website at www.drycreek.k12.ca.us in the
and services are ready when our student’s
Parent Resources section.
Students who reside outside the
Starting this month, enrollment for
district who wish to attend a DCJESD
the 2015-16 school year begins with Open
school should begin the Inter-District
Enrollment for Intra-District Transfers
Transfer process with their district of
and continues in February with New
residence during January as well. Please
Student Registration for all grades. Please
note that Inter-District Transfer Requests
note the following dates:
must first be approved by the district of
Jan. 12th - Feb. 27th: Intra-district
residence before they can be considered by
transfer Open Enrollment period
DCJESD. Questions regarding DCJESD
February 15 - 16: New Student
Intra or Inter-District Transfers can be
Registration for Transitional Kindergarten
directed to Human Resources at 916(TK), Kindergarten, and 1st – 8th grade
New Student Registration, beginning
Intra-District Transfers are for
in February, is the time for all eligible
students who reside permanently within
TK and Kindergarten-age children to
the boundaries of the District to apply
enroll. Registration for all 1st – 8th grade
for enrollment at a DCJESD school
students who are new to the district, or
other than their school of residency.
who are returning from charter schools,
private schools, or Inter-District transfers
also begins in February. For incoming
TK and Kindergarten students, please
note the age requirements as you plan
enrollment. If your child was born in the
year 2010 and will be 5 years old on or
before September 1, 2015 your child is
eligible for kindergarten. If your child
was born in the year 2010 and will be 5
years old between July 1 - December 2,
2015 your child is eligible for Transitional
Kindergarten. Details of the enrollment
process, including dates and locations for
application pick-up and return, will be
listed on the district website by February
If you intend to request an Intra or
Inter- District transfer or enroll a student
at a DCJESD school for the 2015-16 school
year, please complete the process as early
as possible. We look forward to welcoming
our new and transferring students.
Let us know what special things your
kids are doing in Antelope!
See page 3 for submission info.
Have you been wondering how you
can vonlunteer in your community, but you
have limited time? Host a Foreign Exchange
Student! This is a great way to serve the
world community and promote cultural
understanding. The United States needs
strong international public diplomacy.
Students from all over the world need
host families for the 2015-2016 school year.
• Students are ages 15-18 and attend
local high schools for a semester or full
• Host Families provide shelter, basic
food and loving support. The students have
their own spending money for all other
expenses and they carry medical & dental
• Ongoing local support is provided,
as an academic coordinator will serve as a
liaison between the family, the student and
For more information, please contact
Academic Coordinator Valerie Boughner @
916-807-0431 or visit our website, Cultural
Homestay International at www.chinet.org
*Cultural Homestay International is a
Non-Profit Educational Exchange Program that
was founded in 1980. We carry a FULL listing
with the Council on Standards for International
Educational Travel (CSIET) and we’re approved
by the State Attorney General’s office for
participation in California schools.
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ANTELOPE NEWS • JANUARY 2015
Antelope High School Volleyball Recap
BY JAMIE TOPPER
There were some exciting
firsts for this years Antelope
High varsity volleyball squad.
The Lady Titans proudly ended
their season with the most wins
in school history and an overall
In addition to the league
highlights, the team also took
home their first championship
trophy at the Marysville
Invitational Tournament as
well as plaques from both
tournaments they entered.
The varsity squad was also
After their championship win at the Marysville Tournament.
listed in the Sacramento Bee’s
Top 20 this year, proving to
Photo by Rainbow Brooks
be competitive challengers to
many other top 20 teams.
Valerie Rodgers and Junior Alexis Dahley
These were impressive feats with only
were honorable mentions.
one four-year senior on the squad. Coach
Rachel Meadows received the team
Gabe Elmore is rightfully proud of this year’s
award for Best Communicator. Alexis Dahley
received Blocking Beast. Andrea Davis
“We beat a top 20 team for the first time
received Ace of the Staff Award, and Valerie
in our school history as well,” he said. “We
Rodgers was the unofficial MVP.
also beat four teams who qualified for the
The young Titan team has a big future as
playoffs. We proved that we are a winning
only three seniors graduate this year. Coach
team, but as we found out, our league got a
Elmore had some parting thoughts about his
lot tougher. When the playoffs started, the
three graduating athletes.
CIF Div II teams from our division were seeds
“Valerie (Rodgers) was only at Antelope
1,2,5. We had two other teams spend almost
for two years but she set several team records
the entire year in the Bee’s top 20 and fail to
and was MVP both years despite her size.
make the playoffs.”
She became the first girl volleyball player to
Several players received All League and
receive All League and will be the first to play
team recognition. Sophomore setter Alyssa
collegiately beyond junior college. Her heart
Deome made the CVC all league. Senior
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and competitive fight were key in changing the
culture at Antelope, and she will be missed.
We are excited to follow her career in college
and beyond and know she will be successful
wherever she ends up.”
Jenn Kramer was the teams only four
year senior. I would like to thank Jenn for her
dedication to our program even during our
rebuilding years, he continued. Lastly Anna
Vasilieva was a senior transfer who had to
sit out half the year but was a key player who
helped build the program even though we only
had her on the court for 6 weeks.
With such a successful season, there are
even better highlights on the horizon for the
young Titan team.
AHS Competition Cheer Team Prepares For Nationals
BY KIM KERBEL
The cheer season
began for Antelope High
School’s Cheer Teams in
June, just one week after
the previous school year
let out for summer break.
The many hours of hard
work and determination
are paying off for the
Competition Cheer Team.
This team consists of 15
dedicated girls ranging
from freshman to seniors,
with only 5 that are returnees from last year.
At the Northern California Regional Competition at UC Davis on December 5th, the team
took 2nd place in their division and for the 2nd year in a row, received a Bid to compete in
Orlando, Florida. The Competition will be held on February 7 & 8, 2015 at Disney World and
ESPN Wide World of Sports. The team is very fortunate to have the opportunity to represent
Antelope High School in the NHSCC.
For the next 7 weeks, the team will continue to work hard and strive to place within the top
10 at the National High School cheerleading Competition. Last year, in their division, Antelope
High School was one of two teams from California that made it to finals.
Best of luck to this team as they continue their dedication to one another on this journey
to Florida in hopes that they are within the top 10 in the nation. Meanwhile, they will compete
locally on Saturday, January 17th in the Northern California Championship at the Sacramento
ANTELOPE NEWS • JANUARY 2015
ANTELOPE NEWS • JANUARY 2015
To Save Crew Is
Looking For You!
The Annual St. Baldrick’s Shave
Event is Just Around the Corner…
BY LUKE CAMPBELL
It’s the time of year to again ask yourself
If you could help find a cure for
childhood cancer, WOULD YOU?
The simple answer is OF COURSE you
would. And this is how you can.
I would like to invite you to join or
support the ANTELOPE SHAVE TO
St. Baldrick’s Foundation is an
organization that raises funds benefitting
childhood cancer research. They do this
by holding head-shaving events and I
have shaved my head at the event at the
Roseville Galleria for the past 7 years, The
Antelope Shave to Save Team has raised
$18,975 total over the past 4 years, and it
combines members of all ages from the
entire Antelope community including all
schools in the area.
The team had 30 members last year,
and we hope to double that this year. We
are inviting anyone who lives or works in
the Antelope and surrounding areas to
join the Crew: students of all ages, parents,
teachers, residents, community leaders and
The event is held in March, details will
be available soon.
You can reserve your spot on the Crew
by emailing me at: [email protected]
You will then ask your friends, family,
and co-workers to pledge a donation on your
head. If you are asking yourself what you
would look like bald??…. I can tell you, You
will look like an amazing hero to kids with
cancer!! We have a great community and we
know we can make a difference. If this is too
much for you to commit to, I understand,
but I would ask you to make a pledge on
my head or any of the other members of the
Crew, and come out to the event to cheer
us on. Any questions call me 916-865-8882
or email me [email protected]
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Getting to know you...
The Carslake Family
BY LISA LISONBEE
ANTELOPE REAL ESTATE UPDATE
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little ones healthy, independent sleep
skills. It’s been a fun and exciting journey
for Stephanie as she gets to do something
she feels passionately about and loves to
help others. In the past few months, she
has been on Good Day Sacramento twice
and also on Fox40, discussing sleep!
Stephanie also loves to run. You
may see her running all over Antelope,
sometimes with her daughter and
sometimes by herself. You may also see Troy
working on his paintings
in the garage, should the
Troy and Stephanie
both love to travel.
Stephanie studied abroad
for seven months when
she was in college. Her
study abroad program
was based in England, but
while she was there she got
to see Spain, Germany,
Italy, France, Belgium,
Czech Republic, Ireland,
Scotland, Wales and the
at California State
University, Sacramento, Troy and she spent
six weeks in Europe together, including
highlights such as Greece, Italy, France and
England again! Troy was even accepted
into an art program in Florence during the
summer of 2012.
But mostly, they love spending time
together as a family. They have an almost
two-year-old daughter Athena, who is
“super smart, and super cute!”
We h a v e b e e n
privileged to get to
know many families who
have lived in Antelope
for decades and have
helped establish schools,
organizations and the
strong community feel.
This month, we are happy
to get to know a family who
is the future of Antelope!
Troy and Stephanie
Carslake have lived in
Antelope for five years,
long enough to enjoy
the “affordability of the
community and the central
Stephanie and Troy Carslake with their daughter
location.” Before settling
in Antelope, they lived in
2008, but chose a path different than law
Elk Grove and Citrus Heights for a couple
enforcement. He received a Bachelor’s
degree in sociology from California State
Troy’s life has mostly been spent living
University, Sacramento. Now he is a fullin Broderick, Elk Grove, Sacramento and
time student in a Marriage and Family
San Diego. He went to nearby Foothill High
Therapy Master’s Program, and also a
School. Stephanie lived in Hayward until
part-time substitute teacher.
she reached sixth grade, Fremont during
Troy also loves to paint. He is a partjunior high and high school, then in San
time instructor for Paint Nite. At Paint
Diego as she attended college.
Nite, people with no artistic experience can
It was in San Diego that Troy and
come and create their own masterpieces by
Stephanie met, at a dance club called On
watching step-by-step instructions, while
Broadway, that is unfortunately not there
enjoying a fun and relaxing atmosphere
anymore! Of their meeting, Stephanie says,
at a local restaurant or club.
“Troy and I both agree that the only reason
Do you know a neighbor who should be
Stephanie taught both middle school
we even met is because I thought he could
recognized? Well, just let us know.
and elementary school for the past six years.
dance and he thought I could dance!” They
Currently, she owns her own business as a
have been married since 2006.
Send your names or suggestions to the
Certified “Sleep Sense” Consultant. She
Dancing is just one of the things that
Antelope News at [email protected]
was specifically chosen to travel to Florida
Troy and Stephanie do well. A Renaissance
Or call us at 727-6393.
to be trained to consult on The Sleep
couple, they have many talents and
Sense Program and she remains the only
interests. Troy was in the United States
consultant north of Monterey and south
Marine Corps until his military contract
of Seattle. Her business is called “Sleep
ended in 2007. (They lived in San Diego
Tight, Good Night (LLC)”.
until that time.)
She teaches classes and consults on
After the end of his military career,
a private level with parents to teach their
he completed the Sheriff’s academy in
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ANTELOPE NEWS • JANUARY 2015
Center High School Football Recap Antelope Jr. Titans (AJT) Cheerleaders
BY JAMIE TOPPER
It was another successful
season on the Center High
grid. The varsity Cougars
finished third in the Pioneer
Valley League with a winning
record and earned spot in CIF
Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs.
“We were able to get
the most out of the players
we had,” said head coach
Field trip to see UNR play Boise State.
Digol Jbeily. “The players
Picture by Tami Jbeily
were forced to gel and come
together faster than we thought. We are very
offensive leaderboard: J’beily, second, with
proud of our players and the effort they put
1217 passing yards and Anderson, third, with
into this season.”
473 receiving yards.
The team also got the chance to see some
Tobias Marshall was in the top five for
more competitive play, taking a field trip to
rushing, and Marcellus was third in the league
watch the University of NevadaWolves take
with a total of 96 tackles. Both Lorenzo
on Boise State Broncos.
Alvaloz and Alofa Afoa were second with
Several Center athletes were recognized
four sacks each.
by the league and named 1st team: Tobias
Team awards were given to Elias Jbeily
Marshall for Running Back, Elias JBeily for
(Offensive Player of the Year), Marcellus
Defensive Back, Tiantai Anderson for Wide
Roberts (Defensive Player of the Year), Joseph
Receiver, Joseph DeMartini for Defensive
DeMartini (Lineman of the Year), and Kurtis
Line, Marcellus Roberts and Kurtis Meyer
Meyer (All- Around Player of the Year).
for Linebacker, and Lorenzo Avaloz for
As the Cougars regroup for another
season and the seniors head off to new pursuits,
In addition, a few athletes were named
coach Jbeily expressed appreciation for his
2nd Team: Daniel Avalo for Offensive Line,
Nicholas Sanchez for Receiver, and Alofa Afoa
“I would like to thank the seniors for
for Defensive Line.
their commitment and dedication to Cougar
Several Cougars athletes rose to the
football,” he said. “Our seniors have put in
top of the PVL leaderboard, according to
four years of hard work to help this program
Maxpreps. Tiantai Anderson and Elias Jbeily
keep moving in the right direction. Once a
rose to the top of the league in interceptions,
Cougar, always a Cougar. You will always have
each with 3. Both also rose to the top of the
a home in Center High School.”
Jr. Titans (AJT)
floor this past
November at the
hosted by Jamz
Dance. All of the
stage! The Mascot cheerleaders were so cute
and adorable with there perfect showcase,
Mighty Might Cheerleaders placed 5th, Jr.
Pee Wee Cheerleaders placed 1st, Pee Wee
Cheerleaders placed 4th and the best was saved
for last with the Midget’s placing 1st, bringing
home the Midget Level and Grand Champion
Banners. As all of the AJT cheerleaders
prepare for Jamz National in Las Vegas on
January 23rd - 26th, AJT Football and Cheer
would like to congratulate them along with their
coaching staff on an outstanding performance
and season. With all teams qualifying for Jamz
Nationals in Las Vegas this coming January,
AJT was represented well and we couldn’t be
prouder of all of their hard work throughout
the year. Outstanding Job Ladies and Good
Luck at Nationals in Las Vegas!
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ANTELOPE NEWS • JANUARY 2015
For God So Loved
Come As You Are
Sunday Service 10am & 6pm
Bible Study – Tuesday 10:30am
Reverend Peter Rodgers, Vicar
Sunday Service 11:00am
Bible Study Tuesday 6:30pm-8:30pm
6412 Watt Ave, N.H. Ca. 95660
Zion Lutheran Church
A Purpose Driven Church
3644 Bolivar Ave.,
Pastor: Bill Ellis
St. John’s Episcopal Church
2351 Pleasant Grove Blvd. Roseville
Annual Christmas Tree Pick Up
Service by Troop 446 and Troop 224
The 21st Annual Christmas Tree Pickup
by Boy Scout Troop 446, sponsored by the
Antelope 4th Ward of The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints, will be held
on Saturday, January 3, 2015. The scouts
will be collecting trees from Antelope
neighborhoods, on the east side of Walerga
Rd., beginning at 8:00am. Please place your
trees at the curb. If you have not received a
donation envelope, or have any questions,
please contact the Troop Committee
Chairman, Dave Torgersen, at 916-459-7558.
Boy Scout Troop 224 and The Antelope
Lions Club would like to wish you and your
family, and the Antelope community a
wonderful New Year. Purchasing a Christmas
tree can be an exciting event for most families
but disposing of one can be a challenge.
Before you chop and discard that tree,
your tree can become a wonderful
gift to numerous young Scouts.
Various Boy Scout troops in
Antelope will soon distribute
flyers and/or envelopes to the
various sections of Antelope,
informing your household that
Boy Scouts will be collecting
and discarding your trees. Boy
Scout Troop 224 will be
of service to you
to dispose of your
tree; a nominal gift from you will allow several
Scouts to earn funds to purchase equipment
and/or attend other Scouting activities in
2015. If your household did not receive a flyer
and/or envelope, please email [email protected]
gmail.com to make arrangements for a pickup; please leave your phone number and
address. Allow these young men to do the leg
work for you. Troop 224 will collect Christmas
trees on Saturday, January 3rd and Saturday,
Also, this year our troop will be collecting
e-waste, soda cans and plastic bottles on
Saturday, January 10th. Please make sure
to place your soda cans, plastic bottles and
e-waste, apart from your Christmas tree,
on the curb of your street and complete the
appropriate information on your envelope.
Please be sure to place your items before 8:00
AM by your curb on January 3rd and
January 10th, 2015.
For a complete list of allowed
items, please point your internet
browser to: http://cearinc.
Tr o o p 2 2 4
would like to
express our sincere
appreciation to you
for your holiday gift to
our Scouts. Please make
checks out to Troop 224.
“to come experience the love of JESUS CHRIST”
8 a.m. Traditional Eucharist
9:30 a.m. ADULT EDUCATION
10:30 a.m. Contemporary Worship
praise music/ Sunday school /youth group
The Reverend Cliff Haggenjos, Rector
Local Food Closet
The North Highlands Christian Food
Ministry is run completely by volunteers
and is open every Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday from 9:30 am to noon and
is located at 6125 Watt Ave., and serves
the needs of Antelope, North
Highlands, Rio Linda and Elverta
For more information or
to volunteer, please call the
NHCFM at 331-1510.
The Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-day Saints
Antelope CA Stake
3621 Elverta Rd. • Antelope
Services start at 9am on Sundays
For more information, please call:
Jeffrey Gale at 726-1074.
Every month people in
Antelope turn to our
pages for the latest on
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ANTELOPE NEWS • JANUARY 2015
A N T E L O P E NEWS C L A S S I F I E D S
BOLL CONSTRUCTION: Gutter
Cleaning, Painting, Flooring, Electrical,
Baseboards, Ceiling Fans, Siding, etc – Call
Larry at 916-203-4194.
XTREME LANDSCAPE &
MAINTERANCE: Monthly, weekly & biweekly lawn service. We also do clean-ups,
pipe wrapping & sprinkler repairs. We do
it all. Licensed & insured. Give us a call!
SUPREME CLEAN: Weekly, biweekly,
monthly, move out/move in cleanings.
Licensed. Insured. Bonded. Call 916-642-2842
or email [email protected]
GARAGE DOORS: Sales, repairs
residential-commercial, new doors,
operators, springs, cable. Lic. Contractor.
CHILD CARE: Licensed, C.P.R. and
background checked, full-time and parttime, meals included. Anna 916-348-0822.
TK ROOFING INC. Call us for your
Re-Roofing needs. We are locally owned
& operated. We do composition, tile &
seamless gutters. Over 20 years experience.
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REPAIR: Window & Patio Door
Repair Specialist. 916-764-1757.
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SISTERLY LOVE PRESCHOOL now
enrolling 3-4 year olds. $20 a day for our
Preschool Program 9-12 M-F. Potty training
included. We also offer all day care. For
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!Yard Sales in the Antelope Area Only!
! Baby, Wedding, or Death Announcements
! Notices of meetings or events by
local non-profit groups in Antelope.
! Lost and found items/pets
! Thank you's, Memorials.
! First 15 words FREE, additional words 50¢ each
WANTED: Van driver for non-emergency
transport. Call 916-275-0642.
SEEKING POSITIVE, enthusiastic
individuals to substitute teach in K-12
classrooms throughout Center School
District. Sub rate: $140 full day, $80 half day.
Submit applications to the Center Personnel
Office, 8408 Watt Ave. For additional
information contact Jenny 916-338-6407.
MEETING SPACE FOR RENT for club,
organization or church, 7850 Watt Ave.,
COME JOIN THE ADVENTURE with
Antelope Cub Scout Pack 22: 916-538-0220
or [email protected]
THREE LEGACIES Group Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting Fridays 10:30 a.m. 7850
Watt Ave, St. Andrews Church.
ANSWER THE CALL TO HELP FIGHT
CANCER. Help by donating gently used
furniture, clothing and household items.
Volunteers are needed to pick up and deliver
your donations to the American Cancer
Society’s Discover Shop in Roseville. Call
771-5267 for more info.
of Education (SCOE) is again awarding high
school diplomas to qualifying U.S. Veterans
and Japanese American citizens through its
popular “Operation Recognition” program.
The Operation Recognition program was
adopted in October 2001 by the Sacramento
County Board of Education to honor the
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which go directly to residents and businesses in the Antelope
area the first week of each month.
contributions and sacrifices of individuals
who missed completing high school to
serve in the U.S. military (specifically World
War II or the Korean War) or relocated
to a World War II internment camp for
Japanese American citizens. In 2005, the
Board expanded the program to include
veterans of the Vietnam War. The County
Board of Education has provided diplomas
to 174 veterans and Japanese American
citizens through Operation Recognition
since 2001. Nine diplomas have been
awarded posthumously. Residents of
Sacramento County are encouraged to
request diplomas on behalf of themselves
or qualifying family members, including
those who are now deceased. April 15, 2015
is the deadline to submit applications. The
County Board of Education is scheduled
to hold its next Operation Recognition
diploma ceremony on Tuesday, May 5,
2015. Operation Recognition applications
are also available by phone or mail: (916)
228-2416 or Operation Recognition, P.O.
Box 269003, Sacramento, CA 95826-9003.
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2828 Gibson View Way
5524 Sienna Hills Way
2909 Arabis Court
4 Bedroom, 3 Bath, 2329 Square Feet
Downstairs den/office with door to the rear
yard, bed and bath. Three full baths here, cozy
fireplace, upgraded tile in kitchen and gas
cook top. Fresh paint, new carpet and flooring
and huge rear yard backing to greenbelt.
3 bedroom, 2.5 Bath, 2383 Square Feet
There is an office/loft which could be a 4th
bedroom. Excellent floor plan with separate
living and family rooms, well appointed
kitchen with granite counters, gas cook top,
double oven and loads of cabinets.
4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath, 2015 Square Feet
Fantastic cul-de-sac location! Beautiful home
features tile roof, 3 car garage, granite counters
with custom backsplash, open floor plan with
separate living, family and dining rooms.
Beautiful yard and much more. Must see!
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9048 Redwater Drive
7693 Laguna Beach
5412 Cheviot Hill Court
3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath, 1584 Square Feet
5 Bedroom, 3 Bath, 2292 Square Feet
Fabulous home with full downstairs bedroom
and bathroom on an extra wide and deep lot.
Plenty of room in the backyard to put in your
custom pool and outdoor kitchen. This floor
plan also has a very large bedroom upstairs that
is currently used as an office.
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1241 Square Feet
The perfect combination of manageable living
space and plenty of yard. The excellent features
of this property include a tile roof, a good size
kitchen, laminate in 2 bedrooms, 3 car garage,
a big pie shaped lot and close proximity to
elementary and middle schools.
Great floor plan featuring separate living
and family rooms, a cozy fireplace, tile flooring
and a well appointed kitchen.
Great place to call home!
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