Capistrano Valley News (Newspaper) - May 29, 2014, Capistrano Valley, California■ THURSDAY, MAY 29, 2014 CAPISTRANO VALLEY NEWs(jJSNAPSHOTS: MEMORIAL DAY Showcase your pet in the next OC PET HURRY! DEADLINES JUNE 20th PUBLISHES MONDAY. JUNE 30m. Feature your ■ furry family member in our Summer Kick-Off Issue Unlimited photos, $10.00 each! Contact Malic! 714 *7966/23 I mgarnia<« or register com om San Juan Capistrano ?lped relocate animals Liring brush fires in north an Diego County this lonth. The Large Animal Re-xrnse Team worked with ie San Diego County mergency Operations enter to move animals and ccompany animal-control fTicers checking the safety f animals left behind dur-lg home evacuations rompted by the fires. Many horses already ad been moved, but volun-?ers were sought to help amas, pigs, goats and cat-le.' Volunteers included Bon-ie Davis, Karen Ritter, I reg Deskin, Linda Kier-an, Renee Ritchie, Judy •moke, Rim Donahue, cannie Whit mer, Elaine )eson, Brianna Leahy, Iretchen Verbeerst and Ju- COURTESY OF AMERICAN LEGION Chandler Chaffee, left, of JSerra Catholic Hlqh School and Jackson Laniqan, riqht, of San Juan Hills Hlqh, shown with the American Leqlon's Pat Forster, will represent their schools at the Boys State session in June. lie Ryan Johnson. - Meghann Cuniff O'REILLY GIVING AWAY OIL FILTERS SATURDAY You can get a free oil fil ter if you take a used one to be recycled between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday at O'Reilly Auto Parts, 31862 Del Obispo St. O'Reilly is sponsoring the event with the Orang County Regional Used Oil Recycling Program. For more information, call PIP 240-7345. - Meghann Cunij 2 LOCAL STUDENTS TO ATTEND BOYS STATE Two S.ui Juan Capistra-'_ no students will represent^ their high schools at this year’s Boys State session in^jjj J Sacramento. J* J w The annual summer lea-** <- j dership and citizenship*** program, sponsored by the ** i American Legion, is J 21-28 at Cal State Sacra memo. Jackson Lanagan of Juan Hills High School Chandler Chaffee of Catholic High School were chosen because of their academie achievement character and leadership. - Meghann REGISTER Name: © Give your heart to a pet in need! Pet Adoption Section. Publishing Monday June 30,2014 For only $20 you can Sponsor a photo of a pet in a local shelter. The photo will appear in our next Pet Adoption section. The goal of sponsoring is to find all sponsored pets a loving home. Return this ticket with your check to: Orange County Register, Attn: Mabel, 2nd Floor 625 N. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92701 Deadline: Friday June 20th • $20 per pet sponsorship ________ Phone: __ Sponsored By: Vbur Name and Text Her e Address: City: ___ Number of Sponsorships: Total Amount: _ State/Zip: Sponsored By: For more information call 714-796-6723 or email mgarciaQocnegistor.com * i i I i i I I i i i i i i i i i i t i i i i » * mm arn., mm. m - M Si •» — — * I JI mm rn, rn. rn. mm mm mm rn. San Juan Capistrano’s Veterans of Foreign Wars Cost 3801 presented a Memorial Day ceremony in honor of local veterans and fallen troops Monday at the Old Mission Cemetery.See more photos at ocreqister.com/cepo - Rob Vardon FROM THE HORSE'S MOUTH Thornes Hunn of Veterans of Forelqn Wars Post 3801 rinqs a bell for Sen Juan Capistrano residents who died while flqhtinq overseas as their names ere reed Monday. Matt Gaffney of Veterans of Foreiqn Wars Post 3801 reads a roil call of the Sen Juan Capistrano residents who died while servinq In the military overseas. San Juan Capistrano Mayor Sam Allavato speaks durinq a Memorial Day ceremony at the Old Mission Cemetery. Attendees pay tribute to fallen troops durinq Monday's Memorial Day obstrvance at the Old Mission Cemetery. Mary Lombard, a member of the Veterans of Foreiqn Wars Post 3801 in San Juan Capistrano, places a flower on a cross in the Old Mission Cemetery. EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM HOSTING TRAINING lf you see what looks like a disaster squad converging on San Juan Capistrano City Hall on Saturday, don’t panic. The people in green vests, hats and helmets and bearing emergency equipment and supplies are likely to be members of the city Community Emergency Response Team conducting annual training exercises. San Juan Capistrano CERT has invited similar teams from Dana Point, San Clemente and Laguna Beach, as well as the Tri-Cities RACES radio communications team, to join the exercise. In all, about 200 people are expected. The exercise will run from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. CERT members will practice first aid, small fire sup pression, light search and rescue, logistics and communications. Terne Sheldon, a CERT volunteer from San Juan Capistrano and team leader for the joint exercise, said CERT teams are intended to provide extra assistance during a disaster when first responders are overwhelmed. “Their CERT training provides them with the skills to tate care of their immediate families and also help their neighbors during emergency situations,” Sheldon said in a statement. For more about the San Juan Capistrano CERT program, call 949-234-4565. - Rob Vardon VOLUNTEERS HELP ANIMALS IN FIRES A group of volunteers PHOTOS: JIFF ANTENOR!, CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER Art Hasslebrlnk, commander of Veterans of Foralqn Wars Post 3801, salutes the ffaq while preiidinq over a Memorial Day caramony at Old Mission Cemetery In San Juan Capistrano on Monday morninq.