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Even pets are happy to get out of the heat. Sometimes, the temperatures at the beach are 30 degrees less than what they are in Placer County. Harper Brown enjoys the cooler weather and frolics amidst the wildlife at Dillon Beach.
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Beat the heat with these creative options


BY DEBBIE BROWN

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s adults, we look back on summertime fun when we were kids and know that any sort of water activity was a treat. Unless you were lucky enough to have a pool (or live within walking distance to a body of water), once school was out, the easiest way to stay cool was to spend an afternoon in the sprinklers. Decades ago, it wasnt unusual to drive through any American neighborhood and see children traversing their front yard, as they screamed with delight at impossibly dodging the water droplets. We would don our bathing suits, grab a towel, pull out the garden hose and hook up whatever modern sprinkling devise dad

had purchased at the neighborhood hardware store. Remember the sprinklers that would shower you with an oscillating arc of water? Whatever house had one of those is where the kids always seemed to have the most fun since that was top-of-the-line in sprinkler fun! While having a pool was a big deal, the sprinkler offered its own opportunities ... as well as those pieces of grass blades that would always stick to your feet and were hard to get off. Maybe its because most houses today have programmable irrigation systems or because there is a larger variety of opportunities but the squeals of neighborhood kids in the front yard is not as prevalent as it once was.

Whether you have a backyard pool, there are other fun ways to beat the heat this summer. All it takes is a little imagination and sometimes channeling your inner child. It can be difficult to pull the kids away from their video games while sitting in an airconditioned room, but if you want to get them out for a little exercise, then remind them how much fun it is to have a good old-fashioned water balloon fight. A few years ago, we had an exchange student from Germany, who had never heard of water balloons. After explaining to her what the object of the game was, it was no time before I had kids ranging from 12- to 18-years-old having a great time with that simple

invention. It doesnt matter how old a person is, water balloons always seem to be fun. You can also play a game of Splat in the driveway or your back patio. All you need is water balloons and chalk. Toss the balloons in the air as high as possible. When they land, take the chalk and trace the outline of the watermark. Whoever has the balloon that makes the biggest splat wins the game. If your idea of a relaxing afternoon just involves curling up with a good book and a tall glass of your favorite beverage but the heat is keeping you from being able to concentrate on your summer reading list, then add a cooling towel around your neck. These towels are made of a hyper-evaporative

material (like a chamois fabric). I recently wore one of these around my neck when I was photographing a wedding in 108-degrees temperatures. I was pleasantly surprised at how well it worked. Taking a drive up the coast is another sure way to beat the Placer County heat. When its blistering hot at home, the coast is often a little foggy and dictates wearing clothing you thought wouldnt see the light of day until the fall. Sometimes when the temperature rises, our imaginations plummet and we forget about some of the simplest (and inexpensive) ways to stay cool. Create your shopping list now so that when the temperature is working overtime, youll be cool, calm and collected.

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Some other ways include: Although usually saved for Halloween, bobbing for apples is a great way to stay cool (all it takes is a large metal or plastic tub, some apples, and lots of cool water). Freeze several water bottles, so that when you have to be outside on a hot day, you can either use them as portable ice packs to keep your treats cool or you have a drink that will stay cool throughout the day. Going to sleep at night is a difficult task when the temperatures are still near triple digits. Make sleeping a little easier by using two frozen gel packs (like the kind you use in your cooler or as an ice pack for injuries), in bed. Wrap each in a towel, and put one in your pillow case on top of your pillow and the other at the foot of your bed. By pulling the heat away from your head and your feet, it makes your

Water balloons have always been a fun way for kids to cool off in the summer. Actually, kids of all ages enjoy a good water balloon fight or game of catch with the aqua grenades.
whole body cool down and it will be easier to sleep. Mel Torme was a genius when he wrote The Christmas Song (Chestnuts roasting on an open fire). He told the story that it was an unbearably hot summer and he was trying to think of something to stay cool. Torme proved that mind over matter is sometimes the most powerful tool we have.

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Easy ways to enjoy your summer garden


BY DEBBIE BROWN

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ts the season of homegrown produce and Lincoln Farmers Markets. Among all the delicious produce that will be enjoyed this summer, tomatoes are proba-

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bly the most prevalent. Theyre easy to grow, can be planted

on even the smallest of patios, and if you dont grow them, they are inexpensive to purchase. A couple other favorite summertime crops are corn and basil. Recipes abound with these

three items being the key ingredients and corn-stuffed tomatoes is a great dish to make with the leftover corn on the cob that you had with last nights dinner. Even if someone doesnt care for the taste of tomatoes, the

corn filling is delicious all by itself and a refreshing alternative to the traditional green salad. Beefsteak tomatoes are a perfect size to use as an edible vessel for this salad.
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INGREDIENTS 3 ears of corn 4 beefsteak tomatoes 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/2 cup chopped scallions 1/4 cup shopped basil 1 tablespoon white-wine or balsamic vinegar Coarse salt and ground pepper 3 slices cooked bacon, crumbled (save some for garnish) DIRECTIONS Grill corn (or use leftovers from a previous meal). If youre going to grill them, pull back the husks, remove and discard silk; and then pull husks back over corn. For 10 minutes, soak corn in a large pot of cold water. Cut off and discard top third of tomatoes. Using a paring knife, carefully cut around wall of tomato to loosen flesh. Squeeze out seeds and discard them. Leaving the tomato wall intact, scoop out the inside of tomatoes. Coarsely chop interiors; transfer to a large bowl. Heat grill to high and lightly oil grates. Arrange drained corn on grill, cover and cook, turning occasionally with tongs, until husks are slightly charred and corn is tender, 15 to 20 minutes. Remove ears from grill. Holding bottom of hot ears with a towel, peel back husks and cut kernels off cob; transfer to bowl with tomatoes. Add scallions, bacon, vinegar, and oil. Season with salt and pepper; toss to combine. Spoon filling into hollowed tomatoes; top with a slice of bacon.

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Corn-stuffed tomatoes add a medley of vegetables to your grilled meal. Topped with bacon from Tootles in Wheatland, served along side of their meatloaf, this was an easy, yet delicious, weekday meal.

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continued from 4 Whats a summertime meal without a delicious drink to enjoy with it? The Zebra Zing is a blood orange cocktail but is easy to make alcohol-free by just omitting the vodka. With so many new varieties of rum and vodka on the market, its easy to create a new signature drink for your summertime barbecue. Signature drinks are a fun way to add a little flare to whatever gathering youre having this summer. To make your possibilities even more endless, why not give each guest an ingredient to bring? Give them a guideline for what they should contribute to go with whatever drink theme you want. For the Zebra Zing, its citrus based so there are a lot of other yummy ingredients that could be used with that theme. Just by substituting the orange sherbet for vanilla ice cream, this could become a Creamsicle type of drink. Almost any drink can be made alcohol-free by substituting the use of club soda, lemon-lime or fruit juices. After that delicious barbecue, you may be too full for dessert, so why not drink your dessert? Actually, theres always room for dessert, right?

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ZEBRA ZING
INGREDIENTS 1 shot of Blood Orange Vodka (or you may substitute club soda) 2 shots of Blood Orange cocktail mixer (you may substitute blood orange soda) 1 cup of your favorite orange juice 1 scoop of orange sherbet rimming sugar orange slices as garnish crushed ice DIRECTIONS Dip Mason jar or glass in water and then rim top of glass with sugar. Mix vodka (or club soda), cocktail mixer (or orange soda), and orange with ice and shake in a martini shaker. Strain the ice and pour mixture into a mason jar. Top with a scoop of sherbet and orange slice.

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continued from A1 around your kitchen or that you can purchase at the dollar store, your imagination and maybe a little online research, you can come up with projects that will keep your kids occupied all summer. Recently, I spent an afternoon with the two little boys my daughter nannies. Three-year-old Sam is an active little guy but one who loves all sorts of projects. We picked up a paint set at the dollar store, as well as some poster board. To change up the traditional painting project, I gave Sam a straw and had him blow the paint around the paper. This completely intrigued him because he had some control over where the paint went but not as much con-

Three-year-old Sam Whitten experiments with a different way of painting. Sometimes taking a basic project and putting a different spin on it is all it takes to make it new and exciting to kids.
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The activities might be inexpensive little projects you're making with your kids, but in the end, they may end up being priceless.
trol as he would with a paint brush. This is also a great project for kids who may have issues with motor skills, don't like getting their hands dirty or have difficulty holding a paintbrush. I had a great time watching Sam create and proudly show off each segment of the project that he completed. Because blowing the paint around required some breathing control, he ran out of breath a couple of

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Ali was in the thirdgrade when my grandmother died. At the funeral, Ali read an eulogy she had written and said that what she loved about spending time with her great-grandmother was how they took care of each other. There were activities Ali was too young to do and grandma had to help Ali; there were activities that grandma was no longer physically able to do that Ali had to help her with. These memories are still as vivid to 27-year-old Ali today as they were back then. The activities might be inexpensive little projects you're making with your kids, but in the end, they may end up being priceless. The little things in life are often the grandest.

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invite a quick sale, a good price and many potential buyers. Your home can shine without expensive, timeconsuming improvements. Plan for a yard sale and sell those items you dont plan to take with you. Eliminate clutter; get rid of magazines, newspapers, bottles cans and such. Pack away what you dont really need. Remember, a buyer wants to see space. That way, they can imagine their items in the home instead of yours. If your home does not have curb appeal, chances are buyers will not even look inside the home. Stand at the curb, not at the front door, and look at your property and objectively appraise your place. See it as if for the first time, and through the buyers eyes. Then consider what you can do to make it so it seems to say, I am interesting, come inside and see more of me.

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Clean windows and fix broken windows or screens; they will most likely need to be repaired before closing anyway. If the home needs paint and you lack time or money, repainting the trim will help to update the entire faade. If you cant paint the whole house, possibly paint the side facing the weather. You might also stain or paint the fence. Clean the front porch and be sure the front door opens smoothly.

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spotless. If you are going to paint, use light neutral colors, steam clean the carpets, wash and wax linoleum floors, repair or replace any damaged or missing tiles, air out the house, assure that all doors open and close freely, replace burned-out light bulbs, keep curtains and blinds open and interior lights on for a bright warm and cozy feeling. Store clutter under beds, not in closets. kitchens, bathrooms and closets since buyers tend to especially like them. Make the bathroom sparkle and remove soap, scum and mildew. Replace toilet seats and make sure the shower curtain is fresh and clean. Also, clean and tidy up

the kitchen, clean oven and stove tops, clear exhaust fans of grease and clear unnecessary objects from countertops. Cookies or cakes baking will offer a welcome fragrance. Exchange or replace door handles, knobs and light switch plates. As you prepare for your home to go on the market, you should preview other open houses. Compare how you fit in to the market and determine what you can do to be competitive. But what the house features for the price, potential buyers will have the same thoughts. Current statistics show that homeowners who use professional Realtors get higher prices for their homes than those who try to sell on their own. If you plan to move soon, contact a Realtor with good recommendations from satisfied clients.
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more common bugs will leave to alert you of their devious actions. Spider mites will feed on plant cells, reducing moisture and chlorophyll content in leaves. High populations may develop a visible but fine webbing on the leaves and stems. But you will most likely notice the flecking on the leaves and they can also turn yellow. You can control them with a variety of sprays that you can purchase at your local nursery. Make sure it lists spider mites on the label of bugs it will treat. Good news: there are organic miticides! Aphids will appear in clusters along stems and under leaves. They love new juicy growth on plants because new growth is softer and easier for them to attack. Some of the signs that you have aphids are distorted leafs and sticky or shiny leaves. Aphids can be washed off or squished but they usually come

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They are currently planning a sneak attack on your plants and are ready to show up and do their damage when you least expect it or while you are on summer vacation!
right back. There are lots of different controls for aphids, many of them organic. If you try the household method of treating aphids (soap and water), make sure you use soap and not detergent. Most dish soap is actually a form of detergent and can be very harmful to plants. Ivory or natural soaps are the only products close to a true soap. Caterpillars and worms can damage your plants. Sometimes, the damage is noticeable but not terribly damaging. However, sometimes the damage can be extensive. Most worms and caterpillars eat holes and large sections out of your leaves, which will reduce the plants' ability to produce chlorophyll. Treatment for most climbing worms and caterpillars are all pretty much the same. Sprays and some dusts work well. Again, check at your local nursery and they will get you the best product to treat your bug issue. There are some very good organic treatments as well! Remember the most important fact: keeping your plants healthy and nonstressed will help keep bugs from showing up and waging war when you are sleeping snug in your bed at night.
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THURSDAY, JULY 4
Native Sons & Daughters annual Pancake Breakfast Runs from 7 -10 a.m. at Veterans Memorial Hall, 541 5th St. Tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for children 5 and under and available at the door. Breakfast includes pancakes, eggs, ham, coffee and orange juice. Fourth of July parade Begins at 9 a.m., parade starts at 5th and F streets, vendors at Beermann Plaza 9 a.m. to noon and at McBean Park 2 p.m. 6 p.m. Live music at McBean Park Bandstand from 3 p.m. Food at McBean Park from 2 p.m. There will also be a kids zone at the park from 3-7 p.m. and swimming noon to 5 p.m. at the pool. Fireworks start at dark. TOPS Take Off Pounds Sensible

meeting is 10 a.m. at St. James Church, 479 L St. Info: Jackie Burnett at 408-3024. Roseville Chapter No. 9 of the Widowed Persons Association Newcomers get together from noon to 3 p.m. at Sizzlers Restaurant, 1850 Douglas Blvd., Roseville the first Thursday of each month. Info: Linda Tellez at 7833555. Karaoke night Runs from 7-11 p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling Parkway, in the Raleys Shopping Center. Family fun night by Baughman Productions open to everyone. Dudley and the Doo Rights - Will perform from 5-8:30 p.m. at Kims Country Kitchen, 537 Lincoln Blvd. Info: 645-2727.

Downtown Lincoln Farmers Market Weekly seasonal market runs from 9 a.m. to noon this week with vendors and music by Lincoln Highway Band. Info: 645-2035. South Placer Womens Networking Group Meets 8:30 a.m. at Mimis Caf on Groveland Lane, Lincoln. Info: Kristina at 295-9025. Voices of Lincoln Toastmasters Club Meeting is at 6:30 p.m. at the Twelve Bridges Library. Meetings are every Tuesday and Thursday. Open to the public. Widowed Persons Association get acquainted dinner Starts at 4:30 p.m. at the Sizzler in Auburn. Widowed men and women of all ages are invited to come join us. Info or to make reservations: (530) 823-5321.

FRIDAY, JULY 5
Karaoke night Runs from 7-11 p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling Parkway, in the Raleys Shopping Center. Family fun night by Baughman Productions open to everyone. Friday night karaoke Runs from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Orchid Thai Cuisine, 835 Twelve Bridges Blvd. Features karaoke and dancing provided by KJ Papa Gene & Baughman Productions. Info: 5439988. DJ Bad Boy Will have karaoke started at 9 p.m. at Dillians Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.

p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling Parkway, in the Raleys Shopping Center. Family fun night by Baughman Productions open to everyone. Karaoke Runs from 9 p.m. to midnight at NY Pizza, 155 Joiner Parkway, Suite 100. Info: 6459112.

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FRIDAY, JULY 12
Karaoke night Runs from 7-11 p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling Parkway, in the Raleys Shopping Center. Family fun night by Baughman Productions open to everyone. Under the Sun - Will perform at Thunder Valley Casino. Tickets available online at thundervalleyresort.com/entertainment or at the Thunder Valley ticket office between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. Friday night karaoke Runs from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Orchid Thai Cuisine, 835 Twelve Bridges Blvd. Features karaoke and dancing provided by KJ Papa Gene &
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TUESDAY, JULY 9
New Member Orientation Starts at 8 a.m. at City Hall, 600 6th St. the second Tuesday of every other month. Info: call 6452035. Voices of Lincoln Toastmasters Club Meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the Twelve Bridges Library. The community is welcome to attend. Club meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month.

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Book sale Friends of the Lincoln Library book sale runs from 1-4 p.m. Doors open at 12:30 p.m. at Twelve Bridges Library, 485 Twelve Bridges Dr. Info: call 434-2404 or visit friendsofthelincolncalibary.org.

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Baughman Productions. Info: call 543-9988. Tribute to Country Music Presented by The Vaudeville Troupe. Shows begin at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. at Kilaga Springs Presentation Hall. Tickets are $12 and available at Orchard Creek or Kilaga Springs Activity Desks. Info: email marinaeug@sbcglobal.net Lincoln Library New hours during the summer are 15 p.m. at the Twelve Bridges Library, 485 Twelve Bridges Dr. Info: visit libraryatlincoln.org or call 4342410. Live Bands Perform starting at 9 p.m. at Dillians Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.
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Anderson Family Bluegrass - Performing 7-8:30 p.m. at Auburn Library, 350 Nevada St. This show is part of the Auburn Library Garden Theatre Summer series. Bring a blanket and a picnic, no refreshments available. Admission is free.

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The Vaudeville Troupe is back on stage at Kilaga Springs Presentation Hall on Friday, July 12 and Saturday, July 13 for four shows only. The Troupe is featuring a Tribute to Country Music along with their fabulous Old-Time Vaudeville Show. Purchase tickets at Orchard Creek or Kilaga Springs Activity Desks.
Huey Lewis & The News - Will perform at Thunder Valley Casino. Tickets available online at thundervalleyresort.com/entertainment or at the Thunder Valley ticket office between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. Karaoke Runs from 9 p.m. to midnight at NY Pizza, 155 Joiner Parkway, Suite 100. Info: call 6459112. Who Knew Historical presentation by Jerry Logan about Mt. Pleasant (1851) begins at 11 a.m. at the Lincoln Area Archive Museum, 650 5th St. Seating is limited. RSVP to 645-3800. Free to the public. RTAA Show Choir concert Begins at 7 p.m. at the Roseville Theatre, 241 Vernon St. Admission is free. There will be a champagne and dessert reception following the show. Info: call 774-2777. Tribute to Country Music See Friday, July 12 for details.

MONDAY, JULY 15
TOPS Take Off Pounds Sensible night meeting weigh-in is at 5:15 p.m. and the meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. at Century 21 office, 801 Sterling Parkway. Meetings are open to everyone. Info: Gina at 645-1256. Aly & Izy Foundation 2nd annual golf tournament Event supports NICU babies, raising funds for the RV program services to families. Visit AlyandIzyFoundation.org for information or call 239-4604. The golf tournament will be at Catta

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TUESDAY, JULY 16
Voices of Lincoln Toastmasters Club Meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the Twelve Bridges Library. The community is welcome to attend. Meetings are every Tuesday and Thursday. Free salsa lessons and dancing Starts at 7 p.m. at Beermanns Restaurant, 645 5th St. Info: call 630-9003 or visit sacsalsanews.com.

Friday night karaoke Runs from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Orchid Thai Cuisine, 835 Twelve Bridges Blvd. Features karaoke and dancing provided by KJ Papa Gene & Baughman Productions. Info: 5439988. Lincoln Library New hours during summer are 15 p.m. at the Twelve Bridges Library, 485 Twelve Bridges Dr. Info: visit libraryatlincoln.org or call 434-2410. DJ Tim Performing at Dillians Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17
Soroptimist International of Lincoln Business meeting begins at noon at Mimis Caf on Groveland Dr. Info: Jean Lund at 774-7941. Lincoln Hills Farmers Market

FRIDAY, JULY 19
Karaoke night Runs from 7-11 p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling Parkway, in the Raleys Shopping Center. Family fun night by Baughman Productions open to everyone.

SATURDAY, JULY 20
Karaoke night Runs from 7-11 p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling Parkway, in the Raleys Shopping Center. Family fun night by Baughman Productions open to everyone.
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gram. Info: call 434-2410. 4th annual BBQ Lincoln Hills Republican Club invites the community to a barbecue from 4 -6:30 p.m. at Lincoln Hills Sports Pavilion. Cost is $10 per person. Registration deadline is July 17. Info: visit republicanclubsclh.org. Cordova 40th reunion Class of 1973 sought for gala luau event. Registration and photos start at 5 p.m., followed by happy hour at 7 p.m., then a gala Hawaiian-themed dinner at the Red Lion Hotel Woodlake in Sacramento. Tickets can be purchased online via PayPal at our reunion website: CordovaHigh73.com or email CordovaAlumni73@aol.com. Info: visit Class of 73 Facebook at facebook.com/Cordova.seventythree. Nevada St. This show is part of the Auburn Library Garden Theatre Summer series. Bring a blanket and a picnic, no refreshments available. Admission is free.

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Karaoke Runs from 9 p.m. to midnight at NY Pizza, 155 Joiner Parkway, Suite 100. Info: call 645-9112. Larry Hernandez Performing at Thunder Valley Casino. Tickets available online at thundervalleyresort.com/entertainment or at the Thunder Valley ticket office between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. Free Family Movie night At Twelve Bridges Library. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., show starts at 6 p.m. Admission is free. Children must be accompanied by adult. Popcorn, soda, juice and water are available for 50 cents each. Info: call 434-2404 or visit friendsofthelincolncalibrary.org. Sign up ends for Summer Reading Reading is so Delicious is the theme for this years summer reading pro-

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TOPS Take Off Pounds Sensible night meeting weigh-in is at 5:15 p.m. and the meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. at Century 21 office, 801 Sterling Parkway. Meetings are open to everyone. Info: Gina at 6451256. Music & Drama Camp Sponsored by Granite Springs Church. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to noon for kids K -6th grade. Granite Springs Church is located at 1170 E. Joiner Parkway Lincoln. Info: call 645-9620. Register early.

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TUESDAY, JULY 23
Voices of Lincoln Toastmasters Club Meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the Twelve Bridges Library. The community is welcome to attend. Club meets the second and fourth Tuesday.

meeting is 10 a.m. at St. James Church, 479 L St. Info: Jackie Burnett at 408-3024. Womens Business Showcase Meets at 8:30 a.m. inside the Raleys grocery store on Lincoln Boulevard the second and fourth Thursday of the month. Women in business who are interested in networking and growing their businesses are invited to attend. Info: Mary at 768-2778. Book Worms Book Club Meets at 4:30 p.m. at Starbucks next to Safeway on Lincoln Boulevard the last Tuesday of the month. Info: Joyce at 434-0596. Karaoke night Runs from 7-11 p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling Parkway, in the Raleys Shopping Center. Family fun night by Baughman Productions open to everyone.

Gene Thorpe Band - Will be performing 5-8:30 p.m. at Kims Country Kitchen, 537 Lincoln Blvd. Info: call 645-2727. South Placer Womens Networking Group Meets 8:30 a.m. at Mimis Caf on Groveland Lane, Lincoln. Info: Kristina at 295-9025. Voices of Lincoln Toastmasters club Meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the Twelve Bridges Library. The community is welcome to attend. Meetings are every Tuesday and Thursday. Downtown Lincoln Farmers Market Weekly seasonal market runs from 5 8 p.m. with vendors and music from Yesterdays News. Info: 645-2035.

Starts at 8 a.m. Info: Chamber of Commerce at 645-2035. Karaoke night Runs from 7-11 p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling Parkway, in the Raleys Shopping Center. Family fun night by Baughman Productions open to everyone. Friday night karaoke Runs from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Orchid Thai Cuisine, 835 Twelve Bridges Blvd. Features karaoke and dancing provided by KJ Papa Gene & Baughman Productions. Info: call 543-9988. Lincoln Library New hours during summer are 1 5 p.m. at Twelve Bridges Library, 485 Twelve Bridges Dr. Info: visit libraryatlincoln.org or call 434-2410. Live Bands Perform at 9 p.m. at Dillians Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.

SATURDAY, JULY 27
Karaoke night Runs from 7-11 p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling Parkway, in the Raleys Shopping Center. Family fun night by Baughman Productions open to everyone. SewFest Help make pillowcase dresses for a Haitian orphanage at Granite Springs Church, 1170 East Joiner Parkway. Info: 645-9620. Karaoke Runs from 9 p.m. to midnight at NY Pizza, 155 Joiner Parkway, Suite 100. Info: call 6459112. Who Knew Historical presentation by Jerry Logan about Daneville (1850s) begins at 11 a.m. at Lincoln Area Archive Museum, 650 5th St. Seating is limited. RSVP to 645-3800. Free to the public.
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 24
Lincoln Hills Farmers Market There will be lots of fresh goodies from 8 a.m. to noon at the Orchard Creek Lodge parking lot, 965 Orchard Creek Lane. Farmers Market runs through Nov. 13 Auburn Free Movie Night Brave. All movies begin at dusk (8:45-9 p.m.) at Old Town in Auburn. Bring a blanket or chair. Info: call 530-863-4615.

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TUESDAY, JULY 30
Voices of Lincoln Toastmasters Club Meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the Twelve Bridges Library. The community is welcome to attend. Meetings are every Tuesday and Thursday.

Sierra Foothills Iris Society Fundraising Fundraising sales event runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Eisleys Nursery, 380 Nevada St., Auburn. Come purchase your Iris with us.

MONDAY, JULY 29
TOPS Take Off Pounds Sensible night meeting weigh-in is at 5:15 p.m. and the meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. at Century 21 office, 801 Sterling Parkway. Meetings are open to everyone. Info: Gina at 645-1256.

fresh goodies from 8 a.m. to noon at the Orchard Creek Lodge parking lot, 965 Orchard Creek Lane. Farmers Market runs through Nov. 13. Auburn Free Movie Night The Lorax. All movies begin at dusk (8:45-9 p.m.) at Recreation Park in Auburn. Bring a blanket or chair. Info: call 530-863-4615.

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NOT-POTATO SALAD
INGREDIENTS
1 head steamed cauliflower (mashed) 3 tablespoons nonfat plain yogurt (in place of mayo), Regular mustard (to taste) A few dashes of apple cider vinegar 1-2 chopped dill pickles (or a few tablespoons of dill relish) 1 chopped sweet pickle (or a tablespoon of sweet pickle relish) Salt Pepper 1 clove crushed garlic (optional) Handful of chopped black olives 2 chopped boiled eggs 1/2 chopped onion (optional) 2 small mashed potatoes (optional, to thicken if necessary)

If I find myself sitting on the couch, I ask myself one question: What am I doing this very minute to burn calories?
teenagers, I do not have time for gyms. Ive written about this before, but I try to include my kids in the physical activities (hiking, walking, yard work, etc.). Find exercise all around you from walking to and from your car (park a good distance away), shopping (do an extra two laps around the store), to picking up toys from the floor. If I find myself sitting on the couch, I ask myself one question: What am I doing this very minute to burn calories? If the answer isnt satisfactory, I get moving do dishes, sweep, clean, fold laundry or go for a walk. Get up and move.

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DIRECTIONS This is so easy. I often make a faux mashed potato with the cauliflower and figured it would lend itself easily to a faux potato salad recipe. This is what Ive come up with. After you steam your cauliflower, make sure its very dry (pat down with paper towels if

Substitute steamed, mashed cauliflower to create not potato salad. The recipe also replaces mayonnaise with nonfat plain yogurt.
you must). If there is too much water, it makes for a thin dish. Place in a mixing bowl and use a stick blender (or manual masher) to mash the cauliflower. Add other ingredients to taste and mix well. If its too thin, mash in two small baked potatoes to help thicken the mixture. Best served after its chilled overnight (or at least an hour).

Healthy snacks
I cant keep anything in my home which would derail my progress during moments of weakness. Potato chips, ice cream, cookies and their ilk cant be found in my fridge or cupboards. I do keep plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables as well as the occasional protein bar (chocolate or peanut butter for me). Finally, if youre going to a pot luck or barbecue, bring along a dish you know fits into your new healthy lifestyle, like the not-potato salad (see recipe in inset). I served this at a recent gathering and it was a hit, even with the non-vegetarians.

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Foods prepared by folks who know what they are doing are the downfall of many trying to lose weight. The dishes are rich, generous in portion and can sabotage a weeks worth of healthy eating in one sitting. Rather than skipping a meal out with friends, try these simple ways to keep your meal options healthy. Order a salad and ask for dressing on the side (preferably oil and balsamic vinegar or simple lemon to drizzle over the

salad). At Empire Ranch Golf Course in Folsom, where I regularly eat lunch with a group, I order the green salad with grilled chicken. The salads are often hidden in a weird spot on menus or are seen as a lead-in to the main special. If the salads are small, order two. Stick with grilled or baked, not fried. If the dish is batter dipped and deep fried, you may as well slap it to your thighs. Avoid sauces, or what I call liquid calorie obfuscation devices. If something is buried in gravy, its probably not on

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the Arts at Folsom Lake College, formerly Three Stages, is not only ushering in their new name, but also a new 2013-2014 season. While tickets dont go on sale until July 8 for the upcoming season, Executive Director Dave Pier is giving people a sneak peek into the Harris Center. The new name fittingly honors Brice Harris, the recently retired chancellor of the Los Rios Community College District, said Pier. Brice oversaw a doubling of the size of the district during his tenure, including the development of Folsom Lake College. He, together with then president of the college, Thelma Scott-Skill-

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man, was perhaps most responsible for seeing the vision of a Regional Performing Arts Center for our community realized. While we have changed our name to the Harris Center for the Arts, everyone can rest assured that the wide array of quality cultural offerings and excellent customer service that people have come to know and love will continue in our intimate, world class three stages. So what can people expect in the new season? A wide variety. The new seasons Broadway series includes
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to the Peter Pan tale. The show, which will be performed in Folsom March 25-26, has never been in the region before and is still selling out in New York. Also visiting the region for the first time is the Broadway hit, The Addams Family. This spooky musical will visit Harris Center for the Arts Nov. 26-27. The Broadway series cheers up with Bring it On, March 7-9, 2014, for its regional debut. August shows will include performances by Kenny Loggins, Arturo OFarrill and The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra, Jeffrey

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