October 1, 2004

Community Notes:

Political Candidates Forums:

South Bay Greens Party Forum


WHERE: Moctezuma Book Store at Third Avenue

THE SOUTH BAY GREENS PARTY will host an informal forum for our City Council candidates, Steve Casteneda and Dan Hom, local school board candidates (not incumbents), one candidate for the Southwestern College Board and one candidate for the Otay Water District.

For more information contact Lupita Jimenez:   libritos@cox.net

Candidates Forum to Take Place at SDSU

The San Diego Alliance for Asian Pacific Islander Americans will host the Candidates Forum at SDSU’s Montezuma Hall in the Aztec Center, 5500 Campanile Drive, on October 2, 2004 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

The Candidates Forum is non-partisan and hopes to address issues that affect the Asian Pacific Islander Community, which accounts for nearly 10% of the population (over 300,000 people) in San Diego County and is the fastest growing ethnic group in the U.S. The format for the Forum is a town hall sence.

Candidates from approximately ten major political races have been invited and confirmed including: Dick Murphy and Ron Roberts, candidates for the Mayor of the City of San Diego; Susan A. Davis and Darin Hunzeker, candidates for Representatives for US Congress; Shirley Horton and Patty Davis, candidates for the California Assembly; as well as candidates for City Councils and School Boards.

Hispanic Heritage Celebration at Barnes & Noble

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with award winning journalist Sylvia Mendoza presenting her new book, The Book of Latina Women: 150 Vidas of Passion, Strength, and Success at the Barnes & Noble store located at 1040 El Camino Real, Encinitas on Wednesday, October 6 at 7p.m.

Discover the stories of the remarkable Latina women who have blazed new trails in pop culture and learn about the little known heroines whose brave actions changed history. Mendoza shares with us the research she conducted to educate herself and others on the resilience, passion, and spirit of these remarkable women who have left an amazing legacy to the Hispanic Culture.

Jamul residents enjoy 41st annual pit BBQ and Horse show

Who/What: St. Pius X Church of Jamul is hosting the 41st Annual Pit Barbeque and Gym-khana Horse Show.  This free event offers fun activities for young and old and will kick off with a festive fall harvest themed parade. The parade will commence at the event site where there will be live entertainment, games for children, craft vendors, a beer/wine garden, and various food booths including the locally renowned deep pit bar-beque. Festivities also include a Gymkhana horse show and a  $1,500 grand-prize raffle.

When: Sunday, October 3 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (Event parade begins at 9 a.m.)

Where: St. Pius X Church, 14107 Lyons Valley Road, Jamul, CA 91935 .


In the story, “Democracy For All, working mother runs for National City Council,” by Raymond R. Beltrán published in La Prensa San Diego on September 24, 2004, it was mistakenly noted that candidate Judy de los Santos has a Mexican father. Judy’s father is actually Filipino, and her husband is Mexican.

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