When eating is an issue, this expert steps in | UTSanDiego.com

LOCAL San Elijo Hills Resident Roxanne Rockwell is in today’s San Diego Union Tribune Talking about helping teens with eating disorders.

Making healthy food choices is something with which many people struggle.

But there are some — especially teens — who have such a difficult time that it can sometimes develop into an eating disorder.

That’s where Roxanne Rockwell steps in.

She’s the Program Manager at UC San Diego’s Adolescent Eating Disorders Treatment and Research Program, a place that helps young people overcome their issues with food and eating.

Rockwell, 34, was raised in Burbank and moved to San Diego in 1997 to attend San Diego State University. She’s spent most of her career researching the illness and working with patients.

The San Elijo Hills resident and mother of two boys explains why eating disorders should be taken seriously.

READ MORE via When eating is an issue, this expert steps in | UTSanDiego.com.

The 7th Annual San Elijo Elementary School Country Fair is Saturday April 26th

San Elijo Elementary Country Fair

The 7th Annual San Elijo Elementary School Country Fair is Saturday, April 26th from 10 am – 4pm.

Just when you thought the Country Fair couldn’t get any better.. SEES is back with even bigger and better food, games, and attractions!

This year they have over 30 games, hand led pony rides, petting zoo, dozens of arts & crafts, and rides to satisfy the most daring of daredevils. You can take a spin inside one of the giant Land Zorb balls (human hamster balls) for an experience you won’t soon forget! Leave room in your day to have a bite to eat… with over 10 food vendors to choose from: it may take a while to decide. Hit the main stage for local San Marcos artists to perform and grade level performances. Rock the campus and come sing a solo, or with your kiddos at the Karaoke stage. Have a caricature drawn or stop by the photo booth to have something to remember the day by…it will be one for the memory books.

The Country Fair is open to the public and admission is free. Tickets can be purchased to buy food and participate in the attractions. This is a SEES PTO sponsored event.

Sponsorship

There is still time to sponsor a booth, game or ride. All you have to do is donate and “Put your name on it!! ” You don’t have to work the booth and/or game. Gather your friends , families, and businesses. They are excited to feature the Community Members that help them help the kids and teachers. Some of the most popular sponsorships are still available:

Ferris Wheel $3000

Bungee $2000

Cliffhanger: $1000

Jacob’s Ladder: $1000

Lunch Tables: $500

Black Hole Shuffle Board: $150

Ping Pong Toss: $150

Fishin’ Rod Game: $150

Contact Tina Heap & Jennifer Saunders: 760-274-3460 or seescorporate@gmail.com

All proceeds from the Country Fair go to Music, Art, Science, Technology and Teacher Aides.

Pay it Forward…Volunteer!

The Country Fair draws over 5,000 people from San Elijo Hills and surrounding areas, and the school needs your help. Please help them by signing up for a shift or two the day of the fair. With one week until the big event they are still in need of 187 volunteers for shifts. Most of the volunteers needed is for the games.  Parents, friends, grandparents, neighbors, and older siblings are invited to help out with this fun event. You can sign up to volunteer by clicking this link http://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A044EAAA929A75-20141  You can visit the school website for additional information or contact Nadia and Andrea at sees.volunteers@gmail.com

Now That’s the Ticket!

Save time and money by purchasing your Country Fair tickets during the pre-sale times. Stop by the ticket tent in front of SEES before and after school this week. April 21-25. Ticket packages and prices.

The Silent Auction Room is in the Palm of Your Hand!

Silent Auction bidding is on your smart phone!

Preregister for the silent auction 

http://www.silentauctionpro.com/onlineticketpurchase.php?groupId=264

Scan the QR code on the fair map or stop by the auction room to sign up!

*You can bid from any computer smart phone or tablet.

*You can receive text or email messages in real time if you are being outbid.

*Stay in the game even if you are not in the room.! (Just like Ebay!)

*No smart phone ? No problem! Go and see their silent auction room assistants and bid onsite at mobile kiosks.

For questions please contact seesauction@gmail.com

Fair Feed

This year SEES will be operating a mass texting system to keep you in the loop of all the day’s events.

Text “SEES” to 760-672-1484 The system will open Thursday, April 24th. You will receive messages throughout the day of the Country Fair. To stop receiving messages any time, TEXT “STOP”. All users will be erased from the system at the end of the day. Standard text messaging rates apply.

Tell your friends, bring you families and have a great day in the community of San Elijo Hills.

 

San Diego County Sheriff’s Department Warning About Warrant

It’s a startling phone call you could receive: “There’s a warrant out for your arrest.” A scam going on right now in many counties hopes that fear will cause you to act without thinking.

The caller is very pushy and poses as an employee of the Sheriff’s Department. To make the pitch very convincing, the scammer will: 
• use the name of an actual Sheriff’s Department employee 
• give the actual telephone number of a Sheriff’s Station or Substation 
• have some of your personal information such as a former address or your date of birth 
• threaten you with jail time or taking away your driver license 
• ask for more personal information 
• ASK FOR MONEY either with a credit, debit or prepaid card 

Impersonating a Sheriff’s Deputy is a violation of state law. REMEMBER, no deputy or employee of the Sheriff’s Department will ever contact members of the public by telephone to demand money or any other form of payment. If you get this type of call, hang up immediately. 

People with outstanding warrants are encouraged to turn themselves in Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at any one of the Sheriff’s Court Facilities http://goo.gl/y035S. For more information on warrants and bail notices, visit http://goo.gl/J5N5g. To check if you have an outstanding warrant in the County of San Diego, visithttp://goo.gl/J5N5g

To watch a safety video about warrant scams, follow us on YouTube:http://goo.gl/sYmLlm.

For full details, view this message on the web

San Marcos residents invited to take regional disaster preparedness survey

This year, the San Diego region’s 18 city governments, the county and several fire protection and water districts and are working together to update the region’s plan for mitigating the impact of potential disasters. Residents are invited to submit input through an online survey by June 30 by visiting www.surveymonkey.com/s/ZPYGVG6

With only 18 questions, the survey will help gauge residents’ level of disaster preparedness and awareness and help local governments set priorities for addressing potential disasters before they happen. 

“We want to know what natural and manmade hazards you think are the biggest threats where you live, and how prepared you are to deal with them,” said Holly Crawford, San Diego County Office of Emergency Services Director. “We also want your ideas about the most important things government should do to help protect the region.” 

The input will inform the region’s Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan, which is updated every five years and was last published in 2010. The 533-page plan describes the specific vulnerabilities and likely damage in each city and unincorporated communities in the event of various hazards, from earthquakes, to wildfires, to floods. The plan also outlines what each jurisdiction can do to mitigate the harm.

For the first time in this year’s plan update, local governments will address potential harm caused by severe weather and drought due to climate change. 

The region’s updated plan will be reviewed by the state Office of Emergency Services and FEMA in early 2015. Besides the public survey, individual cities and districts may conduct public meetings and other outreach to get your input this year. 

San Diego County’s Hazard Mitigation Plan was one of the first of its kind approved by FEMA in 2004. Local governments must adopt such a plan to qualify for federal hazard mitigation grants.

To read San Diego County’s Multijurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan, please visit: http://bit.ly/1eJmVKs

1st Episode of San Elijo Life Podcast- Spring in San Elijo Hills

1st Episode of San Elijo Life Podcast- Spring in San Elijo Hills

San Elijo Life is pleased to launch our new podcast. In this 1st episode we talk about the event details for the 7th annual San Elijo Elementary Country Fair. We also cover upcoming San Elijo Hills events.

Future episodes will be comprised of interviews with local San Elijo Hills business, community members, and politicians.

The goal is not to listen to us ramble, but for locals to tell the story of Life in The Hills. Please contact us with your suggestions. We will improve our technology and skills with each episode. Future episodes will be avaible on iTunes.

Please tell your friends about San Elijo Life and follow us on social media @sanelijolife.

SoulShine Yoga of San Elijo Hills

SoulShine Yoga

Cultivating UNION, VITALITY & COMMUNITY CONNECTION through the practice of yoga:  SoulShine Yoga is an inviting and comforting studio to practice yoga. Located in the Town Center of San Elijo Hills, SoulShine Yoga offers a variety of classes. There is something for everyone. Classes include vinyasa yoga, yoga sculpt, yoga therapy, restorative, little yogis, barre, pilates, prenatal, special events & workshops and more. We offer hot, warm, and non-heated classes.  Also featuring a boutique of bohemian, groovy goods.

Join any one of our amazing teachers for a class or several: New Students receive 1 week of unlimited classes for $18 and 1 month of unlimited classes for only $79. Ask about our student, teacher, military, and senior discounts.

SoulShine Yoga in San Elijo Hills

www.SoulShineYogaSEH.com
admin@soulshineyogaseh.com

April San Elijo Hills Association Updates

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HOA Board Meeting: Tuesday, April 29th

The next Board of Directors meeting will be on Tuesday, April 29th at 6:00PM in the multipurpose room of San Elijo Hills Elementary School. All homeowners are welcome to attend.

Pirate Party in the Park: Saturday, May 17th

Shiver me timbers and batten down the hatches! San Elijo Hills is excited to invite all our mateys to come celebrate spring with us pirate-style on Saturday, May 17th at Hilltop field of San Elijo Park from 2:00PM-5:00PM. Activities include:

Pirate craft station
Lawn games
Treasure Hunt
Obstacle course and bounce house
Concessions including popcorn and cotton candy
And more fun surprises!

The kids are sure to have a great time at this event! Feel free to come decked out in your pirate garb! We hope to see you there! Please feel free to contact Christine Cruz at ccruz@waltersmanagement.com with any questions!

Community Gardens

Spring has sprung here in San Elijo Hills! There are still spaces available in our community garden for rent! Participating in the garden is a great way to work on your green thumb and witness the fruits of your labor as your seedlings begin to sprout! If you are interested in reserving one of the planters, please contact Christine Cruz at ccruz@waltersamanegement.com. The yearly lease fee is $50.00 (plus a $25.00 refundable key deposit) and the planter is yours until March 31, 2015.

San Elijo Hills Foundation

The San Elijo Hills Foundation is a California public nonprofit organization created to support and enhance projects that improve the quality of community life within San Elijo Hills. Some past projects include the Sidewalk Saturday event, Turkey Classic Golf Tournament and facilitating the coordination of the shade structure in San Elijo Park.

Amazon Smile is a program that can help you donate to the Foundation easily!
It will donate .05% of sales price for each order placed when the San Elijo Hills Foundation is named as the charity of choice. Simply enter Amazon through the website address at http://smile.amazon.com. It will then prompt you to choose the nonprofit you would like to donate to (select San Elijo Hills Foundation). Once the charity is selected you can proceed to shop. If you are going to be shopping on Amazon anyway then you might as well help the Foundation at the same time!

Don’t forget to “Like” the San Elijo Hills Foundation on Facebook!

Open House Sign Policy

The San Elijo Hills Community Association has a very specific sign policy in place regarding Open House signs in the community implemented to keep our community beautiful! The San Elijo Hills Community Association’s governing documents prohibit the display of any non-Association signs in the Common Area.  The intent of the San Elijo Hills Open House Sign Policy is to (1) provide an acceptable means for homeowners to market homes for sale within the community; (2) reduce the number of open house signs used in the community; and (3) discourage the ‘alternative’ means of signage that have been used in the past (sign spinners, signs on cars, etc).

It is your responsibility as the homeowner to notify your agent of the policy prior to putting out their signage. If it does not follow the guidelines, it will be removed and disposed of. The Open House Policy can be found on our website www.sanelijohills.netfor your convenience. Thank you for your anticipated cooperation.

Fall 2014 San Elijo Hills AYSO League Registration

San Elijo Hills AYSO

AYSO Region 1505 has consistently provided quality youth soccer programs to the San Elijo Community and surrounding area for the past 9 years.

Our programs promote a fun, family environment based on the AYSO Six Philosophies.

Welcome to Our 10th Fall Season!

The season game start dates are as follows:

  • U5 Jamboree - 09/06
  • U6 – U8 Divisions - 08/23 (no games Labor Day weekend)
  • U10 – U16 Divisions - 08/16 (no games Labor Day weekend); Playoffs in November

Registration includes a 10-game season (weather and division size permitting), uniforms, pictures, and participation trophies. U5 Jamboree players will have 8 Jamboree days.

All players between ages 4 and 15 by July 31 are welcome to sign up. Visit www.sanelijoayso.org for registration, event dates, and additional information.

Register Online Now

On-line registration is now open but will close on June 15. Credit and debit cards are accepted. Registration fees are:

  • U5 Jamboree players – $65 (register by May 15th) / $75 (after May 15th)
  • U6 Division and above – $105 (register by May 15th) / $115 (after May 15th)

We are using a new registration system. If you didn’t register for our 2014 Spring League you will need to create a new account. You can register online by visiting our website (sanelijoayso.org) and clicking on the “Player Registration” link on the homepage.

Bradley Park plan OK’d, but funding tough | UTSanDiego.com

SAN MARCOS CA — Big plans have been hatched for Bradley Park — new football/soccer fields, another baseball field, improvements to existing fields and lots more parking.

Big plans, but they cost big money, more than $12 million. So now comes the search for funds. And that’s the big unknown.

San Marcos City Council last month approved a master plan for the 24-acre park, which sits along Rancho Santa Fe Road south of Linda Vista Drive. READ MORE via Bradley Park plan OK’d, but funding tough | UTSanDiego.com.

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