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October 12, 2011 Telephone Trespassers Free access to ATMs throughout California Rabobank customers now have free use of ATMs than 500 dy,,rt.,. stores throughout California. Rabobank is ranked "Highest Customer Satisfacl Retail Banking in California" by J.D. Power and Rabobank, N.A. is part of the Rabob.ank Group, rat the world's safest banks by Global Finance maga Open a personal checking account today and choose your free gift.* Let's grow together! JULIAN 2033 Main Street (760) 765-2765 at more ion with ;sociates. :d one of zine. Rabobank Learn the Principles of" Financial Independence labebanl N.A. Member FDIC www.rabol *Offer applies to Option Checking, Personal Checking, Personal Interest Checking. Senior Checking and Sole Proprietor Citecing only and ends December 2, 201 I. S 100 minimum opening deposit required. Rabobank received the highest numezical score among retail banks in California in the proprietary J.D. Power and Associates 201  Retail Banking Satisfaction Study *, Study based on 51,620 total esponses measuring t 9 prowders in California and measue opiniens of consumers with thek pdmay banking provider, Proprietary stud results are based on experiences and perceptions of consmers surveyed in January 201 I, You expenences may vary. Visit Have you ever been startled by a telephone call late in the evening? How about the caller who says they. are from the Sheriff's or Police Department and want you to donate money? Or, maybe they say they are your grandchild and they desperately need you to send money NOW to help them get out of trouble? Did they tell you that you've won a large sum of money and just need to pay a "small" fee to receive the award? We call these types of unwanted calls "telephone trespassing" into your home. These types of scam phone calls have resulted in caring parents and grandparents sending their hard earned money to a stranger - don't let that happen to you! Remember that you are truly in control if someone calls you on the phone- you don't have to agree to follow their instructions. If you feel the least bit concerned or worried about a phone call you can simply hang up and keep them out of your home. Here's one simple rule to protect your privacy and your money: If YOU initiate the phone call and you feel comfortable with the company or person you are talking to then you can easily decide if it is someone you want to do business with or help. This rule keeps you in control of your life and your money. If someone calls and asks for a donation you have the right to tell them that you need to discuss it with a friend or family member before you make your decision. The caller might try to pressure you or rush you to make a decision - don't fall for it - tell them you never donate before getting your friend or family's advice. It's your money- protect it from scammers. Here's an informative link for Senior Safety information from the District Attorney's Office: elder-abuse.html. Call your Sheriff's Crime Prevention Specialist, Barbara Wallace, at (760) 738-2425 if you have any questions or want more information about protecting yourself or your loved ones from scams. Painting And Sculpture, Still Life And Whimsy Pat Kelly And Yigal Ben-Aderet To Exhibit At Santa Ysabel Art Gallery At Santa Ysabel Art Gallery, October 22 through November 27, 2011, will be Paint + Sculpt, a two person show featuring new work by painter Pat Kelly and sculpture by Yigal Ben-Aderet. On exhibit will be Kelly's still life oil paintings. Her newest work, something she calls 'the still life lexicon', will be on display along with her famous David Austin rose paintings. Paint + Sculpt will also feature the lively and whimsical mixed media constructions, creatures and characters created by Yigal Ben-Aderet from branches and twigs burned by San Diego County's Witch Creek Fire. An Opening Reception for the exhibit and the artists will be Saturday, October 22, 4-8 pm. Admission is free. The public is invited. Yigal Ben-Aderet is a sculptor that one might call a "who knew" kind of artist. His usual area of expertise is science (Ben-Aderet has a background in animal husbandry and holds a Masters degree in wildlife management). He and his wife, veterinarian Beth Gordon, operate the High Valley Veterinary Hospital in Ramona. His art in the Paint + Sculpt exhibit, the wittyand ...... wacky burned branch and twig sculpture, emerged after the devastation of the county's Witch  Creek Fire in October of 2007 and when first created was a pleasant surprise to himself and those close to him. The land around his Ramona house had burned in the Witch Creek Fire, taking with it part of Ben-Aderet's home. After the fire he collected burned twigs and small branches and began to play, experimenting with 'dressing them up'. He developed a kind of paper mache made from toilet tissue which he painted with house paint to create bulk for a body. Found objects and dried plant material for artistic detail - and a sculptor was born. Humorous animals, people and mythical creatures began to march through his mind and give themselves life - witty and wonderful, usually in action: dancing, laughing, or snarly and growling. Ben-Aderet says that he feels that this making of sculpture began as a symbolic attempt of his psyche to bring life back to the totally blackened sticks and twigs and the burned land where he lives. However, art did not emerge in a vacuum. Born in Israel, he was a child artist, drawing and painting and making constructions. When he emigrated to the United States as a young man he took painting and art classes, and he believes this helped him to find his way in a new country that, at first, he was feeling a little lost in. Pat Kelly is an artist who paints the still life. She sees still life painting as a metaphor for the kind of personal journey where the overlooked objects of daily living can be seen with "new eyes. She keeps these overlooked, everyday things, such as cream pitchers, teacups, vases and the like, in her studio as painting props and uses them over and over as a kind of still life vocabulary. A while back, Kelly began working on a series of paintings that she calls 'the still life lexicon". Each p.ainting in the lexicon is based on one of these objects that she uses frequently in her work and is identified with the letter of the alphabet that the object's name.begins with. Kelly says of this Santa Ysabel Gallery exhibit and of the lexicon: "Originally I had planned on creating a still life icon for each letter of the alphabet. I had finished just some of these when roses burst their way into my painting agenda and took over. First I included just one, that led to another and another, then a digression to do a study of David Austin roses from the garden." A visit by Pat Kelly a few years ago to the traditional English rose garden at Pasadena's Huntington Library moved and inspired her to try her hand at growing the beautiful David Austin English roses. She grew roses and she painted them. The end result of cultivating the extra petal Austin roses are the much admired rose paintings that Kelly has been working on in recent years. Pat Kelly currently teaches direct painting at the Athenaeum School of the Arts and privately. She has been the subject of a major article in American Artist magazine and has exhibited at the Pasadena Museum for California Art. She is a featured artist on the DVD Plein Air Painters of Santa Ysabel. 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It was specifically designed to help people identify their financial needs and evaluate their options. Participants will also be offered a complimentary consultation with Fred M. Vaught, ChFC, CLU President of Capital Resource Management Securities and advisory services off,red through Nadonal Planning Cortx-vation (NPC), Mere bcr FINR:SIIK', a Registered Investment Advisol. Additioltal advisory services offered throttgh Capital Resource Management, a Registered Investment Advisor. NPC and Capital Resource Management ate separate am] uru'elated companies. , 2002, 2010 Em,ald V02N3 Art Club. She lives and has her studio in Ramona, in the San Diego County backcountry. Santa Ysabel Art Gallery is located at 30352 Highway 78 at Highway 79 in Santa Ysabel, seven miles below Julian. Admission is free. Gallery hours are Thursday through Monday, 11AM - 5 PM, and by appointment. The gallery is closed Tuesday and Wednesday. For more information call (760) 765-1676.