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  • Super Bowl XLVI will be an Amer-ican football game between the American Football Conference (AFC) champion New England Patriots and the National Football Conference (NFC) champion New York Giants to decide the National Football League (NFL) champion for the 2011 season. It will be the 42nd annual champion-ship game of the modern-era NFL and is scheduled to be played Sunday, February 5, 2012 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. Kickoff time is scheduled for approximately 6:30 p.m. EST. This will be the first Super Bowl to be played in Indianapolis, and the first time in the history of the game it will be played in consecutive years in a retractable roof stadium. This will also be only the fourth time that the Super Bowl is played in a cold-weather city, after Detroits hosting of XVI and XL as well as Minneapoliss hosting of XXVI. Downtown Indianapolis, the home of Lucas Oil Stadium, will feature an outdoor Super Bowl Village and other programs at Indiana Convention Center.

    Per convention as an even-num-bered Super Bowl, the Patriots as the AFC representatives will have the home team designation. Super Bowl XLVI will be the sixth Super Bowl in which the two teams had competed in a previous Super Bowl match up, as the Giants and Patriots had previ-ously met in Super Bowl XLII.[3] Both head coaches (Tom Coughlin and Bill Belichick) and both starting quarter-backs (Eli Manning and Tom Brady) return from Super Bowl XLII.

    With a 97 record during the regular season, the Giants returned to the playoffs for the first time since 2008, when they won the NFC East and finished the season as the NFCs #4 seed. The Giants entered their week 17 match up with the Cowboys with both teams tied for the division lead with 87 records. The Giants took a

    210 first half lead and while the Cow-boys closed the gap to make the score 2114 early in the 4th quarter, the Gi-ants held on to defeat the Cowboys 3114, clinching the division-al title and a playoff berth. Then they ad-vanced to the play-offs by defeating the Atlanta Falcons in the Wild Card game 24-2, then they defeated the teams with the two best records in the NFL, knocking off the 15-1 Green Bay Packers 37-20 and

    the 13-3 San Francisco 49ers 20-17 on Lawrence Tynes game winning field goal in overtime.

    New Yorks offense was led by pro bowl quarterback Eli Manning, in his seventh season as the teams starter. Manning set new career highs in near-ly every statistical category in 2011, throwing for a franchise record 4,933 yards and 29 touchdowns, with 16 interceptions, giving him a 92.9 passer rating. His top target was receiver Vic-tor Cruz, who caught 82 passes for a franchise record 1,536 yards (3rd in the NFL) and 9 touchdowns. But he had plenty of other targets, includ-ing Hakeem Nicks (76 receptions, 1,192 yards, 7 touchdowns), Mario Manningham (39 receptions and 523 yards in 12 games) and tight end Jake Ballard (38 receptions, 604 yards, 15.9 average)

    Running back Ahmad Bradshaw was the teams leading rusher with 659 yards and 9 touchdowns. He was also a reliable weapon in the passing game, hauling in 34 receptions for 267 yards and two touchdowns. Brandon Jacobs also made a big contribution on the ground, rushing for 571 yards and 7 touchdowns.

    New Yorks defensive line was led by defensive ends Jason Pierre-Paul and Osi Umenyiora. Pierre-Paul racked up 86 combined tackles and ranked fourth in the NFL with 16.5 sacks, earning him the only pro bowl selection on the Giants defense, while Umenyiora recorded 9 sacks and 2 forced fumbles. New York also had an excellent secondary led by Corey Webster, who intercepted a career high 6 passes. Defensive backs Kenny Phillips and Aaron Ross added four interceptions each, while safety Antrel Rolle picked off two passes and led the team in combined tackles with 96.

    The Patriots finished with a 13-3 record, winning the AFC East and

    clinching the AFCs #1 seed in the play-offs. New England lost two straight games in weeks 8 and 9 against the Pittsburgh Steel-ers and the Giants, respectively, before rallying to win their remaining regular season games. In the playoffs, New England defeated the Denver Broncos in the divi-sional round and the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Champion-ship Game.

    Back at the helm of the offense was 12-year quarterback Tom Brady, who earned his 7th Pro Bowl selection. Starting every game of the season, Brady completed 65.6% of his passes for a career-high 5,246 yards (the second highest total in NFL history) and 39 touchdown passes, with just 12 interceptions and a rating of 105.6. Brady also added 109 yards and three scores on the ground. His main weapon in the passing game was Pro Bowl receiver Wes Welker, who led the NFL with 122 receptions (22 receptions ahead of second place) for 1,569 yards and 9 touchdowns. New England also had two of the best tight ends in the NFL: Pro Bowler Rob Gronkowski, who set new tight end records for receiving (1,327 yards) and touchdown catches (17); and Aaron Hernandez, who caught 79 passes for 910 yards and 7 touchdowns, while also rushing for 45 yards. Another big element of the passing game was veteran receiver Deion Branch, who caught 51 passes for 702 yards and 5 scores. Receivers Chad Ochocinco, Tiquan Underwood, Julian Edelman, and Matthew Slater made minor con-tributions to the passing attack; the latter two also served as emergency defensive backs.

    New England had several key con-tributors in the ground game. Their main rusher was BenJarvis Green-Ellis, who rushed for 667 yards and 11 touchdowns. Running back Stevan Ridley added 447 yards and a 5.1 yards per carry average. Danny Wood-head contributed 351 yards with a 4.6 YPC average, and gained another 437 yards returning kickoffs. New England also had a solid offensive line, which was anchored by Pro Bowl guards Logan Mankins and Brian Waters. With all these weapons, New England ranked third in the NFL with 513 points.

    The Patriots defensive line featured two Pro Bowl selections: Vince Wil-fork, who generated 3.5 sacks, two

    interceptions, and one forced fumble; and Andre Carter, who contributed 10 sacks and forced two fumbles. De-fensive End Mark Anderson was also a major force on the line, earning 10 sacks and two forced fumbles of his own. Behind them, Rob Ninkovich ex-celled at linebacker, gaining 74 tackles, 6.5 sacks, and two interceptions. In the secondary, cornerback Kyle Arrington had a breakout season. After recording just one interception in his first three years, Arrington picked off 7 passes in 2011, while also leading the team in tackles with 88.

    The Giants faced the #2 seed San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Champi-onship Game. After a series of defen-sive standoffs in the fourth quarter, the game went into overtime. Both teams continued to struggle on offense, until New York linebacker Jacquian Wil-liams stripped the ball from San Fran-cisco wide receiver Kyle Williams after a punt return. The Giants recovered the ball at the 49ers 24 yard line, set-ting up a 31 yard field goal attempt by Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes. Unlike Cundiff earlier in the day, Tynes kick was successful, giving the Giants a 20-17 victory.

    The Giants joined the 2008 Arizona Cardinals and 1979 Los Angeles Rams as the only other team to ad-vance to the Super Bowl with fewer than ten victories and have won six consecutive playoff games away from their home stadium, dating back to their victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 2007 Wild Card round. That includes their Super Bowl XLII victory over these same Patriots, although that game was played at a neutral site (and the Giants were the designated away team for the game). The Giants will again be the designated away team for Super Bowl XLVI.

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  • Gustavo Menezes, of Coto de Caza, Calif., finished 14th Saturday and was 34th Sunday after being involved in two incidents of contact. The features had 40 starters and there were 69 karts in qualifying.

    Phil Giebler Racings Gustavo Menezes and Mason Daughters reached the two feature races in the Florida Winter Tours Rotax Max Challenge deep and talented Senior division last weekend (Jan. 14-15) at Palm Beach International Raceway.

    Gustavo did well considering he hadnt been in a kart in a year and a half, Giebler said. He had a run of incidents after winning the last chance qualifier Sunday. He started the pre-final 29th and bent his frame in the crash. In the final, he fell victim to a spinning kart.

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    A party like no other: thats what 250 active-duty and retired military guests at the Fifth Annual Super Bowl Party for the Troops can expect on Feb. 5 at the home of Gary and Julie Crisp, owners of Costa Mesa-based C2 Reprographics. Between watching the big game, guests will enjoy a carefree day with abundant food, drinks, games, spa-style treat-ments, celebrity guests and live entertainment. The event will benefit the Purple Heart Fund, a nonprofit organization based in San Clemente that assists injured Marines and their families.

    For the fifth year, the Crisps will open their home to Camp Pendleton Marines, San Diego Navy personnel, and service people from the U.S. Armys Fort Irwin in the High Mojave Desert, plus more than 100 veterans. The party will open with an uplifting gospel choir and catered breakfast at the familys home on two acres in the gated community of Coto de Caza. The USC Marching Band will play as the Crisps welcome each guest at the entrance to their home. Then the party begins, featuring a mechanical bull ride, swimming pool and hot tub, therapeutic massages, manicures, arm-wrestling, boxing, a cigar lounge, eight big-screen TVs, table tennis, and sports memorabilia giveaways. Celebrities, San Diego Chargers cheerleaders, professional sports stars from the worlds of base-ball, hockey, MMA, and boxing stars, including three-time female world boxing champion and model Mia St. John, will sign autographs and pose with guests for souvenir photos.

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    Host and C2 CEO Gary Crisp said, My wife Julie and I are so grateful for the wonderful men and women who have given so much to our country. Our guests hail from all over the United States. Some will soon be deployed, others have returned from difficult and danger-ous conditions. We hold this event to express our gratitude and to bring young and old together to create a perfect day for them.

    With the Crisps, key event plan-ners include Manny Montanez, a U.S. Army combat-wounded Viet-nam veteran, recipient of the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star for valor and retired U.S. Marine Corps Col. Stewart Navarre.

    After the event, each partygoer will receive a memory book and DVD to share with their families and friends, compliments of C2 Repro-graphics. Event sponsors to date

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    The Rotary Club of Coto de Caza/Rancho Santa Margarita del Sol raised significant funds during its third annual Families Left Behind program. The Families Left Behind program raises much-needed funds through the support of local businesses and the community that directly help the spouses and children of overseas troops during the holiday months.

    This year the Rotary Club raised $27,000 and purchased and distributed 300 hams and commissary cards for the marine families.

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    Guard A Heart, a foundation dedi-cated to raising awareness about heart disease prevention, announced that it will be presenting the first Guardian of Hearts Award to Larry King in recognition of his contribution to saving lives through The Larry King Cardiac Foundation. The award will be presented at a private pre-Oscar party to be held at the Avalon The-ater in Hollywood on February 25, 2012. This invitation-only event will include foreign dignitary, politicians & celebrities.

    Also being honored will be Dr. Louis Ignarro, co-recipient of the 1998 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medi-cine for demonstrating the signaling properties of nitric oxide to improve cardiovascular health and prevent heart disease. His ground-breaking work the basis for his 2005 best-selling book, NO More Heart Dis-ease established Dr. Ignarro as perhaps the worlds leading authority on the nutritional approach to cardiac wellness.

    The exclusive gala represents the launch of Guard A Hearts Know Your Risk, Save A Live campaign to raise awareness about the impor-tance of effective risk assessment in preventing heart attacks. Doug Har-

    rington, M.D., CEO of Aviir Heart Laboratories & Tom Quertermous, Chairman of Cardiology Research at Stanford University will present the award to Mr. Larry King. Aviir is a biotech-nology company found-ed by cardiologists and scientists at Stanford University, dedicated to the prevention of cardiovascular disease through innovative lab-oratory tests.

    The miss ion o f Guard a Heart is the prevention of heart at-tacks through greater awareness of risk assessment op-tions and healthy lifestyle choices, said Dr. Harrington. So, the two foundations are very complemen-tary and we commend them both for their dedication to reducing the devastating impact of cardiovascular disease. Since February is American Heart month, I believe that this timely award will serve a very important role in bringing public attention to these important messages.

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    ber one cause of death in the United States, with 1.2 million people having heart attacks every year - resulting in 400,000 lost lives. Although many patients do survive, they often suffer life-altering consequences. The mis-sion of Guard A Heart is to educate people on the importance of risk as-sessment, starting at age 20, so the appropriate steps become a priority to prevent heart attacks.

    The Larry King Cardiac Founda-tion (LKCF) was established in 1988 to provide funding for life-saving treatment for individuals who, due

    to limited means or no insurance, would otherwise be unable to re-ceive the treatment and care they so desperately need. The LKCF is a non-profit organization funded from the proceeds of Mr. Kings books, speaking engagements, and from entertainment galas.

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    Dr. Todd Plocher DDS Dr. Cheryl Meregillano,DDS Alexandra Herrera, Dental Hygenist

    Dr. Todd Plocher recently add-ed two new members to his dental practice. Dr. Plocher graduated from the University of Illinois School of Dentistry in 1992. After graduation, he practiced dentistry for the United States Navy for the next three years. After leav-ing the US Navy Dr. Plocher started his own private dental practice. The two new dental staff members are Dental Hygien-ist Alexandra Herrera, and Dr. Cheryl Meregillano.Dr. Meregillano received her Doctor of Dental Surgery de-gree from the University of Southern California (USC) School of Dentistry in 2000. With a solid educational foun-dation coupled with years of work experience, Dr. Meregil-lano continued to expand her dental skills on newer dental techniques by completing a comprehensive Esthetic Resi-dency Program along with being trained in Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing dentistry (CAD/CAM dentistry), which utilizes technologies such as the E4D system for dental res-torations. Dr. Meregillano be-lieves in delivering the highest quality of dental care to her patients while building lasting relationships with them.

    Alexandra Herrera, Alex to many of you, comes to us with fifteen years of training and experience. She has been a part of our professional com-munity for sometime now and we feel honored to have her join our dental family.We believe in using the strength of each member of my team to help our patients meet their esthetic goals as well as achieving optimum dental health. Each of us at-tends numerous continuing education seminars every year to remain strong in cur-rent knowledge and tech-niques, says Dr. Plocher. Dr. Plocher also notes: We love practicing dentistry in this community. Dentistry is spe-cial to us as we enjoy help-ing others keep their smiles healthy. We are excited with the advances in dental tech-nology and techniques that make coming to the dentist more enjoyable and effec-tive. The advancements in cosmetics and lasers give us the tools to change the way people feel about themselves by improving their smiles. We are fortunate to have, in our opinion, the best dental staff available. We are very thank-ful to be blessed with wonder-ful families, staff and practice.The office provides a wide va-

    riety of services for you and your familys dental needs. They have incorporated to-days latest technologies to make their patients comfort-able, relaxed and reassured that they are in good hands.Having a great smile can give you more confidence in ev-erything you do. With todays technology in lasers, invisible braces, implants, veneers (Lumineers), and whiter teeth in one hour, you do not have to accept the smile you have. Dr. Plocher says Avoiding discomfort is one of our pri-mary concerns in every proce-dure we perform. We believe that effective pain control will relax our patients, reduce fear and encourage them to come in for regular checkups and preventative procedures. Leading-edge technology, digital X-rays (90% less ra-diation than regular film) and advanced materials help to prevent problems before they start which is the best way to keep your oral health at its best. Laser Technology in todays dental industry equipment is evolving at lightning speeds. Lasers are now replacing drills in many instances. Dr. Plocher and Dr. Meregillano use this Laser technology to improve your comfort and re-

    ducing or eliminating the need for anesthesia. Dr. Plocher and his wife live in Trabuco Canyon where they are actively involved with the day-to-day raising of their three children. When time al-lows, Dr. Plocher enjoys run-ning, tennis with his wife and great camp outs with his son and daughters. They also support Serra catholic school, Tesoro high school and Santa Margarita high school spon-sorships, as well as local char-ities like Ryans Reach, Dove Dash and Alzheimers walk. Dr. Plocher says Patients be-come like family to us. Their referrals of family and friends are our greatest compliment. We can immediately resolve any painful problems you may have and discuss with you a reasonable schedule to cor-rect any problems before they become serious.Dr. Cheryl Meregillano wel-comes you to visit her at the Alicia Dental Care location at 23032 Alicia Parkway, Suite D Mission Viejo, 92692 (949) 588-1600. Alex is working at our office located at 25982 Pala Drive, Suite 200 Mission Viejo, 92691 (949) 472-5499. Please call us today to reserve a time for your next visit.

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  • Segerstrom Center for the Arts is unique as both an acclaimed arts institution and as a multi-disciplinary cultural campus. It is committed to supporting artistic excellence on all of its stages, offering unsurpassed experiences, and engaging the entire community in new and exciting ways through the unique power of live performance and a diverse array of inspiring programs.

    Segerstrom Center for the Arts, originally named the Orange County Performing Arts Center, can trace its roots back to the late 1960s, when a dedicated group of community lead-ers decided Orange County should have its own world-class performing arts venue. Their vision became real-ity in September 1986 with the open-ing of the Orange County Performing Arts Center. Using the same determi-nation, dedication and generosity that allowed the Center to be built entirely through private funding, the Center achieved consistent artistic success, establishing itself as a valuable cultural resource for the entire com-munity. Its international dance series earned the Center a reputation as one

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    Segerstrom Center for the Arts is Orange Countys largest non-profit arts organization. It owns and oper-ates the 3,000-seat opera house style Segerstrom Hall, the 2,000-seat Rene and Henry Segerstrom Con-cert Hall, the 500-seat multi-functional Samueli Theater, 250-seat Founders Hall and 46,000-square-foot Arts Plaza. The Centers Lawrence and Kristina Dodge Education Center in-cludes the studio performance space and Boeing Education Lab as well as the offices for the Centers education department. Other amenities include two private donor rooms, the elegant Leatherbys Cafe Rouge and the informal Plaza Cafe.

    In the late 1960s, a number of

    Orange County community lead-ers decided it was time for their community to have a world-class performing arts venue. The regions population had grown, businesses were headquartering here and major educational institutions were being established. Three of the countys existing artistic organizations the Philharmonic Society of Orange County, Pacific Symphony and Pacific Chorale - needed a concert hall with seating and acoustics appropriate to their needs and the caliber of their artists, a setting in which to grow and achieve greater prestige and recogni-tion. Clearly, the time was right for the creation of a cultural institution worthy of this thriving community.

    In the mid 1970s, the local Seger-strom family donated a five-acre site for the original facility. It was also determined that the new performing arts complex would be built entirely through private funding. Government funding would be neither solicited nor accepted. Then named the Orange County Performing Arts Center, the organization held the distinction of being the first of its scope in the coun-try to hold this distinction. Charles Lawrence served as lead architect. An international team of Dr. A. Harold Marshall, Dennis Paoletti and Jerald R. Hyde designed the acoustics.

    The vision of the Centers founders became reality on September 29, 1986, when Segerstrom Hall Opened its doors to the public for the first time. It was one of the nations most innovative and technically advanced homes for the performing arts. So-prano Leontyne Price inaugurated the venue by singing the Star Spangled Banner with Zubin Mehta conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic.

    In 1998, the Segerstrom family

    made another commitment to the Center. An additional parcel of land was deeded to the Center for the purpose of constructing a concert hall, a multi-use theater, an education center, public restaurant and outdoor community plaza. The creative team of architect Cesar Pelli, acousticians Russell Johnson and Damian Doria of Artec Consultants, Inc. and land-scape architect Peter Walker and Partners was engaged for this new project.

    Another major step towards the completion of the original dream of the Centers founders came when, in August 2000, Henry Segerstrom provided the lead gift of $40 million to the Centers $200 million capital campaign. This was the largest charitable cash gift in the history of Orange County. In recognition of this cornerstone gift, the new concert hall was named the Rene and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall after the Centers founding chairman and his late wife. The 500-seat theater was designated Samueli Theater in rec-ognition of the $10 million gift from the Henry Samueli family.

    Groundbreaking for the expanded Center took place on February 6, 2003 with a spectacular concert by the Pacific Symphony in Segerstrom Hall followed by three backhoes synchronized to make the first official digs on the construction site and a breathtaking fireworks display.

    2006 was a watermark year for the Center and the community. In April, the Center announced Terrence W. Dwyer as its new president. Dwyer had previously served as managing director of two of the nations preemi-nent theaters - the La Jolla Playhouse and Houstons Alley Theatre. That same month, Connector, a towering

    seGerstrom center for the arts celebrates 25th anniVersary

    Elizabeth and Henry Segerstrom with Willa Dean and General William Lyon

    Henry and Elizabeth Segerstrom

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  • steel sculpture created by re-nowned artist Richard Serra, was installed on the new community plaza that unites the Centers original structure with the newer venues. It was commissioned by Elizabeth and Henry Segerstrom. On September 14th, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and a host of other state and local government dignitar-ies participated in a community dedi-cation ceremony in the concert hall.

    The highlight of the year occurred on September 15, 2006, when the Center inaugurated its new Rene and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall with a spectacular concert by Pacific Symphony led by its music director, Carl St. Clair. Featuring Plcido Domingo singing the world premiere of Canciones de Lorca by composer William Bolcom, the evening also included performances by Pacific Chorale. On September 16, St.Clair, Pacific Symphony and Pacific Chorale performed the world premiere of Philip Glass The Passion of Ramakrishna. Violin virtuoso Mi-dori performed the Beethoven Violin Concerto.

    The first six weeks celebrating the opening of the new concert hall featured gala celebrations, recitals and concerts offered by the Center and its resident companies, a com-munity day enjoyed by 10,000 people and an unprecedented residency by Russias Kirov Orchestra, Opera and Ballet of St. Petersburg. The Kirov companies were led by their artistic director Valery Gergiev. Perfor-mances included the North American premiere of the Operas production of Wagners Ring, Mussorgskys Boris Godunov, the ballets Romeo and Juliet and Swan Lake, and concerts that included an evening of epic proportions featuring the combined powers of the Kirov Orchestra and Pacific Symphony. Maestros Gergiev and St. Clair shared the podium.

    Samueli Theater, opened with a se-ries of events, including the opening concert by Grammy Award-winner Sheryl Crow, a performance by Camp Freddy and a recital by young opera singers of the Kirov Theatre Conservatory. During this same pe-riod, the Center also celebrated its 20th anniversary. A festive evening was marked by a sold-out concert in Segerstrom Hall by legendary vocalist Tony Bennett

    On January 12, 2011, the Center changed its name to Segerstrom Center for the Arts. The new name honors the extraordinary contribu-tions of the Segerstrom family, whose unwavering commitment has been at the core of the Centers success. In addition to the presenting institu-tion Segerstrom Center for the Arts, the entire 14-acre multidisciplinary

    campus on which its venues stand is also designated with the same name. Segerstrom Center encompasses the producing-presenting institution itself and two other major arts orga-nizations. These include the Tony Award-winning South Coast Reper-tory. A gift of land from the Segerstrom Family enabled SCR to open its the-ater in Costa Mesa in 1978 and set the stage for the subsequent creation of the arts complex. In 2002, SCR opened an expanded facility on the campus, the Folino Theatre Center, encompassing the 507-seat Segerstrom Stage, the 336-seat Julianne Argyros Stage and the Nicholas Studio. Segerstrom Center is also the future site of the new Orange County Museum of Art.

    In addition to offering a broad spec-trum of quality regional, national and international programming, the Center has one of the nations most respected departments of education and commu-nity programs and has affected the lives of more than 16 million young people and educators. Each year, approxi-mately 375,000 elementary, middle and high school, college students and educators have their lives enriched by attending a Center arts-in-education program such as the Centers Arts Teach, ArtsConnect, Summer at the Center, Masters at the Center and oth-ers. Founders Plus, one of the Centers many support groups, helps to distribute thousands of free tickets to students and the underserved each year.

    Support groups and service or-ganizations help to raise funds and community awareness for the Cen-ter. Participation and membership provide members with opportunities

    to enjoy many events and to share and enhance their love for the arts. The Guilds of the Center, Angels of the Arts, Center Stars, Founders Plus and Center Docents provide important financial and ambassado-rial support for the Center through their activities, dues structures and fundraisers.

    Since opening, Segerstrom Center it has established an enviable re-cord of artistic excellence and fiscal stability. It will continue to be driven by its belief in the power and beauty of the performing arts to enrich and enhance the quality of life in the com-munity.

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  • The fall and winter months bring plenty of entertaining opportunities, ranging from tasting wine or watching football games, to formal parties or casual nights in with friends. Regard-less of the occasion, there are simple ways to make each experience stand out.

    Elevate your football fare. Its easy to add a little something special to your typical football viewing foods. Provide some unexpected toppings for your burgers, such as pickled vegetables or interesting cheeses like jalapeo cheddar, smoked Gouda, or gorgonzola. Swap the usual potato chips and onion dip for some artisanal breads or crackers with Boursin Gourmet Spreadable cheese. With a re-closable lid and enticing flavors like Vermont White Cheddar and Sage or Spinach and Artichoke, these cheeses are easily transported for an enjoyable addition to any party spread.

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    inteRnAtionAl house oF PAncAkesPerhaps one of Rancho Santa Margaritas best breakfast selections but come early or be pre-pared to wait as the place is usually packed. Well seasoned and tasty lunches and dinners as well Manager: Carlos Monterroso. OPEN: Daily 6:30am-10pm. 30492 Avenida de las Banderas, Rancho santa Margarita. 949-858-4021

    JeRRys Wood FiRed dogsBreakfast served daily from 8am to 11am Smokey Joe Croissants,Sausage,Eggs,Bacon.Try their hot link Breakfast Burrito,for lunch the wood fired dogs have all best flavors, tastes and toppings. 1701 corporate drive, ladera Ranch (949) 364-7080

    lAtte dA BAgelRy & gRillBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner served all day. Fifteen different types of bagels made daily. Salads, burgers, plus Italian specialties like Chicken Alfredo. opens at 6am daily; closes at 9pm Monday through Saturday, open until 4pm on Sunday. Santa Margarita Parkway in the Albertsons Center.21612 Plano trabuco Road at in Rancho santa Margarita. 949-589-6405

    neighBoRhood gRillFamily dining with the best Shish Kabobs, Gy-ros, char-broiled sandwiches & freshly made salads. Superb customer satisfaction with a neighborly attitude. OPEN: Monday-Friday 11:00a.m.-8:00p.m.Saturday 12:00p.m.-8:00p.m. 29941 Aventura, #i, Rancho santa Margarita. 949-635-3131

    o.c. PizzA & PAstAManager: Carolina. OPEN: Mon.-Thurs. 11am-9:30pm. Friday-Saturday 11:30am-10pm. Sunday 12noon-9:30pm. 21612 Plano trabuco Rd., Rancho santa Margarita. 949-459-0181

    oneills BAR & gRillat the Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club. Sunday Brunch at ONeills is a delicious and leisurely experience. Zagat calls it the best value in Orange County. Daily specials include fresh fish, steaks, pizza and hearty sandwiches.26772 Avery Parkway, Mission Viejo. 949-305-5100

    RAnch sPoRts gRillAll Laker games, NHL, Fox Soccer and all Top Games. Taco Tuesdays, Slider Wednesdays, Taste of Italy Thursdays, DJ Friday nights. Happy Hour 11am to 6pm Monday- Friday.27412 Antonio Pkwy 429.7737

    RuBios FResh MexicAn gRillManager: Daisy Pineda. OPEN: Monday-Thursday 10:00a.m.-9:00p.m. Friday-Satur-day 10:00a.m.-10:00p.m. Sunday 11:00a.m.-9:00p.m. 30465 Avenida de las Flores, Rancho santa Margarita. 949-858-3089

    sAke sushiDefinitely for the in-crowd who know their way around a pair of Chopsticks and can tell sushi from sashimi. Add a splash of sake and youre set for the evening. 22411 Antonio Pkwy, #c, Rancho santa Margarita. 949-459-7676

    sAWARA JAPAnese sushi & gRillManager: (New Ownership) OPEN: Monday-Friday 11:30a.m.-2:00p.m., 5:00p.m.-9:30p.m. Saturday 11:30a.m. - 2:30p.m. 5:00p.m.-10:00p.m. Sunday 5:00p.m .-9:30p.m. 30461 Avenida de las Flores, #c, Rancho santa Margarita. 949-459-8855

    tutto FResco tRAttoRiAClose to the Movie house in Rancho Santa Margarita,this full scale Italian restaurant has hearty food with generous portions, but sometimes requires waiting to get in. Man-ager: Steve White. OPEN: Sunday-Thursday 11:00a.m.-2:30p.m. (Lunch), 4:30p.m.-9:00p.m. (Dinner) Friday-Saturday 11:00a.m.-2:30p.m. (Lunch), 4:30p.m.-10:00p.m. (Dinner) 30642 santa Margarita Pkwy, #e104,Rancho santa Margarita. 949-858-3360

    sAn gioVAnnisTucked away in Dove Canyon Shopping Cen-ter, this legendary Italian Ristorante has quiet romantic dinners, full service catering and banquet for up to 300 or they will deliver it all to your home. Authentic Italian fare from Veal Marsala,Chicken Giovanni,Rare Goat Cheese Yuppie Pizza, Steamed Clams, Seafoods,cold beers wines, Spaghetti,Lasagna affordable prices .31931 dove canyon drive dove canyon. (949) 589-1900

    uncoRked Wine BoutiqueA boutique wine shop and tasting room of-fering the total wine experience. Wine ac-cessories, unique gifts, imported beers, champagne cocktails and gourmet choco-lates. Every evening features wine tastings and small plate dining, with live music on the weekends. The cozy bar area is available for private & corporate events and gift cer-tificates are offered year- round. Retail Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 12noon to 9pm. in the El Paseo Shopping Center. 22342 el Paseo, Rancho santa Margarita, 949-589-1156

    WAn Fu chinese gouRMetTrue Chinese Cuisine in a comfortable atmo-sphere with exceptional service. Pricey but popular. located near Rancho Santa Margar-ita City Hall. Manager: Fay He. OPEN: Sunday-Monday 11:00a.m.-10:00p.m. 30642 santa Margarita Pkwy, #e105, Rancho santa Margarita. 949-589-8028

    WAsABi sushi & tePPAnSushi chefs slice up their choicest seafood while you wait. All the usual Japanese dishes and sake too. 30642 santa Margarita Pkwy, #e102, Rancho santa Margarita. 949-858-2277

    Wood RAnch BBq & gRillOne of Rancho Santa Margaritas premiere wa-tering holes with all the popular steak house meats and treats. Happy hour crowds and fam-ily dining with scholarly service next to Rancho Library and Borders books. Manager: Tim Miller. OPEN: Monday-Thursday 4:00p.m.-10:00p.m. Friday 4:00p.m.-11:00p.m. Saturday 11:30a.m.-11:00p.m. Sunday 11:30a.m.-9:30p.m. 22352 el Paseo, Rancho santa Margarita. 949-888-1100

    BAked goods & sPeciAlty Foods22361 Antonio Pkwy, #110, Rancho santa Margarita. 949-589-1790

    cinnAMon PRoductions BAkeRy cAFBreakfast can be delightfully decadent with sugary cinnamon rolls like grandma used to make or lighter eggs and toast or bagels. Some interesting sandwich possibilities and strong hot coffee Owner: Randy Sarrah. OPEN Sunday and Monday 6:00a.m.-4:00p.m. Tues-day, Wednesday, Thursday 6:00a.m.-8:00p.m. 22302 el Paseo, #i, Rancho santa Margarita. 949-459-7900

    k ds donutsCrowds of early morning donut lovers begin to form as early as 5am every day as they come from miles around to scoop up these fabulous donuts and delicacies in the Mer-cado del Lago (Ralphs) shopping center.31431 santa Margarita Pkwy # c, Rancho santa Margarita. (949) 858-8591

    RestAuRAnt ReVieWs WAnted!Have you dined out recently in Rancho Santa Margarita? The Coto de Caza News would like your opinion and we are actively looking for more reviews of local area restaurants that are NOT already listed on this page. Please make it brief and informative with 50 words or less. Reviews must include your name, phone or email address (please do not send reviews on fast food or strictly pizza places). Please send your Restaurant Review to [email protected]

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    Exclusively for the Coto de Caza News

    anaheim ducks raise $100k for oranGewood

    and casaAround 650 fans, VIPs, and supporters of Orangewood Childrens Foun-

    dation and CASA attended the 15th Annual Anaheim Ducks Casino Night - themed this year Center Ice White Out - a night in white with hints of orange, created a magical evening on the center ice at the Honda Center. The event benefited Orangewood Childrens Foundation and CASA of Orange County raising $100,000.00 for programs to support both charities.

    Walking into the Honda Center, the center ice area was draped in white cloth that surrounded the entire ice rink. White walls, white flooring, tables, bars, the whole entire dcor was white. All the Anaheim Ducks were in at-tendance, styled in their white tuxedos, along with the coaching staff and team management. Guests were asked to dress in their fashionable White Haute Couture attire as well.

    The event was hosted by 44 Women for Children chaired by Kimberly Kirksey. Her committee of 15 auxiliary members did an outstanding job; Kelly Bozza, Andrea Casaw, Carey Clawson, Ginny David, Ann Diem, Hope Dorsey, Lupe Erwin, Sherri Hudson, Stacey Kinney, Mari Kurtz, Joyce Piercey, Susan Samueli, Kristen Stephen, Linda Thauer, and Karen Whitfield made the evening a success.

    The event began with a VIP reception that included the specialty cocktail for the evening; a Blood Orange Cocktail (it kind of reminded me of a 50/50 bar) along with passed appetizers that included Boudin Blanc and Lobster Salad. There were fun things to do along with the casino game tables. A graffiti wall was available for channeling your inner Dali or one could pose for photos with various Duck players.

    Opportunity drawings this year were exciting; there were 15 items to win. Guests could get a variety of things ranging from a Private Blackjack table for 15 minutes for you and a guest with an Anaheim Ducks Player, a 2011-12 Anaheim Ducks Team Autographed Jersey, Zamboni Ride at a 2011-12 regular season home game, tickets to a Van Halen Concert or a luxury suite to an Anaheim Ducks regular season home game and many more.

    While enjoying the games of Blackjack, Roulette and Craps with their favorite Duck players, guests dined on three different stations of delectable delights. Station one served up Smoked Pork Loin, Anson Mills Polenta with house smoked bacon and caramelized onion and Brussel sprouts; Lamb belly with carrot puree, roasted carrot and black rice; Kabocha Ravioli with sage and brown butter; and Hearts of Palm Salad with toasted Cous Cous served in a lemon vinaigrette. Station two was an Asian delight with a beautiful ice sculpture housing sushi and oysters, guests dined on Hama Hama, Oysters on the half shell (shucked to order of course), with Yuzu Bubbles and hand rolled Sushi and Sashimi. Station three filled us with three delightful soups, White Asparagus, Fennel with Roasted Garlic and Roasted Butternut Squash with Truffle foam.

    Oh then the dessert station! Along with the white hot chocolate and mini Baked Alaska, there were Chocolate Mousse Parfait, White Cake Pops and White Mousse Cones, Vanilla Panna Cotta with salted caramel and Spanish peanuts, Truffles and mini cookies. Cantaloupe, Orange Watermelon, Cutie Tangerines and Oranges were also available.

    Ryan Getzlaf, Anaheim Ducks Team Captain welcomed everyone and introduced Orangewood CEO Cal Winslow, CASA CEO Gene Howard and the Title Sponsor, the Klein Family. Along with the Klein Family, The Samueli Foundation and San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino sponsored the evening.

    After the silent auction area closed, fans were seen walking out with some pretty nifty items. From Anaheim Duck Jerseys, vacations, dinners and con- Photos by Ann Chatillon

    certs, fans really had the time of their lives as they got up-close and personal with the Anaheim Duck players, posing for photographs, getting autographs and chatting about the season. Dancing was on the agenda as well with DJ Serafin spinning the hottest dance tunes till the end of the evening.

    Orangewood Childrens Foundation mission is to provide innovative ser-vices for abused and neglected children and at-risk families to end the cycle of child abuse one life at a time. For more information visit

    CASA of Orange County has been providing trained community volunteers to serve as both role models and legal advocates for victims of child abuse and neglect. CASA helps to break the cycle of abuse by building self-esteem, life skills and goals for the future.


    Dennis Kuhl (Chairman, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim) with Michelle Hatch

    Ducks player George Parros and Event Chair Kimberly Kirksey

    44 Women Auxiliary Board Chair Kelly Bozza with Ducks player Teemu Selanne of Coto de Caza.

    Ducks player (and recently voted a 2012 NHL All-Star) Corey Perry with Susan and Henry Samueli

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  • TREMENDOUS TANGLEWOODInviting courtyard entrance invites you into this beautiful home offering approx. 3170 sq. ft. 5 bedrooms and 3 bull baths. 4th bedroom would be a great home office or bonus room. Extensive stone flooring, granite counters and gourmet kitchen. Entertainers backyard complete with built in BBQ. One of the best family neigh-borhoods in Coto! 19 Westchester Coto de Caza $770,000.00




    LARGE CORNER LOTCharming curb appeal and a great family neighborhood offering approx 3200 sq. ft with 4 bedrooms and 4 baths. Private office and an entertainers Backyard with pool/spa and built-in BBQ area. 6 Roosevelt $739,000.00



    UNBELIEVABLEThis home will WOW you from the inside out. Forever views and a culdesac location. Offering approx 5100 sq. ft with 5 bedrooms/ bonus room/private of-fice and 4.5 baths. )Beautifully upgraded and a grand yard which includes a pool and spa. A truly must see property. 18 Tortoise Shell $1,399,000.00

    NEWLY REMODELEDOffering approx 1800 sq. ft with 3 bedrooms and 3 baths.Beautiful detached home in West Park with all the upgrades. Turn key and ready to move into. Excellent school district. 14 Palermo Irvine $719,000.00



    WAGON WHEELWalk to school! Wonderful family neighborhood close to parks and schools. Offering approx. 1600 sq. ft. with 3 bedroom, 3 baths and a bonus room. Newly remodeled with tile floors, fresh new paint and carpet. Kitchen with granite counters and new appliances. Nice size backyard. 10 Longhorn $449,000.00




    A LITTLE DOLLHOUSECute as a button. Offering approx. 1600 sq. ft. with 3 bedrooms, three baths and a loft. Very nice upgrades including rich hardwood flooring downstairs. Large entertaining backyard. Attached 2 car garage and inte-rior laundry. 5 Beaumont $449,000.00

    SINGLE STORYWhat a find! Exceptional floorplan on a large corner lot with lots of privacy. Offering approx. 4500sq.ft with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. Top notch upgrades and a beautiful backyard complete with pool/spa, covered pavilion and endless views. 2 Bordeaux $1,749,000.00

    WONDERFUL CONDOGreat location with an exceptional floorplan. Offering approx. 1200 sq. ft. with 2 bedrooms and 2 bath. Newly upgraded with carpet and paint. Cute kitchen with granite counters. Nice size rear yard with 2 car garage. 192 Greenmoor $389,000.00



    EXTREMELY PRIVATEBeautiful townhome with ultimate in privacy. Offering approx. 1327 sq. ft. with 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths with a darling private courtyard. Vaulted ceilings and loaded with upgrades. Attached 2 car garage. 16 Front Row $365,000.00


    A RARE FINDExceptional private location located directly across from the park. Offering approx 1600 sq. ft with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Beautifully upgraded with shutters, hardwood and gourmet kitchen. Two car attached garage with lots of storage. 44 Sheridan $379,000.00




    WHAT A CHARMEROffering approx 2300 sq. ft with 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths. Beautiful hardwood flooring and a tremendous kitchen. Wonderful family neighborhood with a nice size yard for entertaining.32 Celestine $614,000.00

    END UNIT LOCATION Private end unit with lots of privacy. Offering approx. 1300 sq. ft. with 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and a large loft. Large yard with lush new landscape. All new flooring and appliances and an attached 2 car garage with storage. 2 Haley $389,000.00


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    CHARMING TOWNHOMETop notch upgrades through out..Excellent floorplan offering approx. 2300 sq. ft. with 3 bedrooms and 3 full baths. Large loft/bonus room could be a 4th bedroom. Large private patio for entertaining. Gorgeous views of the mountains and golf course. Short walk to the country club. 17 Bogey Lane $599,000.00




    INCREDIBLE HOMELocated on a quiet culdesac close to the park. Offering approx. 3000 sq. ft with 4 bedrooms, 4 baths and a bonus. Spacious floor plan and ready to move in. Beautifully decorated. Large private back yard complete with spa, firepit and outside family room. Dont miss out on this one! 5 Sugarcane $799,000.00




    BEAUTIFUL VIEWSLocated in the wonderful neighborhood Dana Woods. Offering approx. 2600 sq. ft with 5 bedrooms and 3 bath. Newly remodeled with extensive stone and wood floors. Gourmet kitchen with granite and custom cabi-nets. Located on a quiet culdesac. Large lot with forever views. 25092 Dana Birch $769,000.00














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  • Coto de Caza Legal NoticesT.S. NO.: CA-FCB-101386 Loan Number: 18067387 NOTICE OF UNIFIED TRUSTEES SALE YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED 8/7/2008. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDINGS AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. On 2/03/2012, at 9:00 AM, located on the front steps to the entrance of the Orange Civic Center, 300 E. Chapman, Orange, CA, Fidelity National Title Company dba Fidelity National Default Services, as duly appointed Trustee under and pursuant to the Deed of Trust (the Deed of Trust) executed by MCK Arbours, LLC, a California limited liability company, as Trustor, Temecula Valley Bank, as Beneficiary (the current beneficiary is First Citizens Bank & Trust Company) and recorded on 9/5/2008, as Document No. 2008000421177 of Official Records in the Office of the Recorder of Orange County, California, WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (payable at time of sale in lawful money of the United States, by Cash, a Cashiers check drawn by a state or national bank, a check drawn by a state or federal credit union, or a check drawn by a state or federal savings and loan association, savings association, or savings bank specified in section 5102