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It wasn’t until returning to my roots that I truly started appreciating the beauty and flurry of fun we have in this winter wonderland of ours. Downhill skiing aside, residents can go snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, ice-skating, or even join a curling club. And in this month’s Health & Wellness article, “Work it Out(side)” (page 18), Kourtney Jason guides you through various ventures, with the benefits/calories burned, local places to try it, and a beginner tip for each. Even when the temps are tempting you inside, I hope it inspires you to soak up the snow and opt outside. Whether you loathe or love this time of year, remember to take a moment to appreciate the people, places, and things that abound and surround. Happy holidays!

It wasn’t until returning to my roots that I truly started appreciating the beauty and flurry of fun we have in this winter wonderland of ours. Downhill skiing aside, residents can go snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, ice-skating, or even join a curling club. And in this month’s Health & Wellness article, “Work it Out(side)” (page 18), Kourtney Jason guides you through various ventures, with the benefits/calories burned, local places to try it, and a beginner tip for each. Even when the temps are tempting you inside, I hope it inspires you to soak up the snow and opt outside.
Whether you loathe or love this time of year, remember to take a moment to appreciate the people, places, and things that abound and surround. Happy holidays!

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7 What’s Up<br />

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12 Calendar<br />

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50 Last Look<br />

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GET TO KNOW<br />

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THE ARTS<br />

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HEALTH & WELLNESS<br />

Your Guide to<br />

Winter Sports<br />

CAUSE & EFFECT<br />

31 Ways to Give Back<br />

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IN HISTORY<br />

Folsom Powerhouse<br />

State Historic Park<br />

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WINTER <strong>2018</strong><br />

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What’s your relationship with winter sports? Do you<br />

buy a season ski pass before the first snowstorm<br />

of the season hits or is your idea of a winter<br />

workout maneuvering Christmas cookies to <strong>and</strong><br />

from your mouth? My courtship is complicated.<br />

Growing up so close to the Sierras meant Friday<br />

field trips to Boreal Mountain Resort <strong>and</strong> Sunday<br />

fundays sledding. Though<br />

it sounds like a postcardperfect<br />

childhood, the<br />

reality was much different.<br />

My inaugural experience<br />

downhill skiing was one of<br />

the most frigid, frightening<br />

days of my life. I cried more<br />

than I laughed <strong>and</strong> was on<br />

my fanny more than my<br />

feet. Subsequent attempts<br />

included injuries <strong>and</strong> a<br />

general fear factor that<br />

I never could conquer. Needless to say, when I<br />

moved to San Diego <strong>and</strong> traded the snow for the<br />

s<strong>and</strong>, I didn’t miss the mountains one bit.<br />

It wasn’t until returning to my roots that I<br />

truly started appreciating the beauty <strong>and</strong> flurry<br />

of fun we have in this winter wonderl<strong>and</strong> of<br />

ours. Downhill skiing aside, residents can go<br />

snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, ice-skating,<br />

or even join a curling club. And<br />

in this month’s Health & Wellness<br />

article, “Work it Out(side)” (page<br />

18), Kourtney Jason guides you<br />

through various ventures, with<br />

the benefits/calories burned,<br />

local places to try it, <strong>and</strong> a<br />

beginner tip for each. Even<br />

“We make a<br />

living by what we<br />

get. We make a<br />

life by what we<br />

give.”—Winston<br />

S. Churchill<br />

when the temps are tempting you inside, I hope it<br />

inspires you to soak up the snow <strong>and</strong> opt outside.<br />

Winter sports aren’t the only nod to the<br />

season this issue. We’ve packed these pages with a<br />

plethora of holiday fun, including “31 Ways to Give<br />

Back in 31 Days” (page 22) where Sharon Penny<br />

proves it is indeed better to give (of your time <strong>and</strong><br />

talents) than receive. Make it your mission to try<br />

everything on the list or commit to one cause <strong>and</strong><br />

see just how warm <strong>and</strong> fuzzy it makes you feel.<br />

When it comes to giving more material things<br />

this month, because Christmas, I encourage you<br />

to check out our Holiday Gift Guide on page 24,<br />

chock-full of over 75 presents that’ll please the<br />

most discerning person on your list. The best<br />

part? Almost everything is available at smallbox<br />

brick <strong>and</strong> mortars, so you can rest assured<br />

you’re doing your part to support the cornerstones<br />

of our community. Bonus: We’re giving away a<br />

few of the featured gifts; follow us on Instagram<br />

(@stylemags) for the details <strong>and</strong> how you can walk<br />

away a winner.<br />

Whether you loathe or love this time of<br />

year, remember to take a moment to appreciate<br />

the people, places, <strong>and</strong> things that abound <strong>and</strong><br />

surround. Happy holidays!<br />

— Megan // megan@stylemg.com<br />

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the Placerville area for many years, he's been able to soak in<br />

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get to know<br />

Q &A<br />

“My<br />

life was<br />

saved, <strong>and</strong><br />

now my<br />

purpose<br />

is to be a<br />

beneficial<br />

presence<br />

in the<br />

world.”<br />

WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO YOUR YOUNGER<br />

SELF?<br />

Extend the gift of compassion, patience, <strong>and</strong><br />

underst<strong>and</strong>ing to yourself <strong>and</strong> others.<br />

WHAT COMES TO YOU NATURALLY?<br />

Service. I feel most alive when I’m in service to<br />

another soul. It gives my life great meaning <strong>and</strong><br />

leaves me feeling purposeful.<br />

WHAT’S YOUR BIGGEST PET PEEVE?<br />

When someone uses a pronoun (i.e., he or she)<br />

in place of someone’s name when the person<br />

they’re referring to is st<strong>and</strong>ing next to them.<br />

BIGGEST LIFE INSPIRATIONS?<br />

My greatest desire in life is to be a beneficial<br />

presence <strong>and</strong> use storytelling as a means to<br />

heal the wounds inflicted by mental illness <strong>and</strong><br />

restore hope to those in need.<br />

FAVORITE HUMANITARIAN CAUSE?<br />

The worldwide effort to normalize the<br />

conversation around all forms of mental illness,<br />

<strong>and</strong> the global push to reduce the numbers of<br />

deaths by suicide.<br />

David<br />

Woods<br />

Bartley<br />

BEST WORDS OF WISDOM YOU’VE RECEIVED?<br />

My big brother, Major General John R. Bartley<br />

(Ret.), taught me the true meaning of servant<br />

leadership, the impact of remembering a<br />

person’s name, <strong>and</strong> the healing power of a<br />

good old-fashioned h<strong>and</strong>written note.<br />

Although he didn’t know it<br />

at the time, the day David<br />

Woods Bartley found<br />

himself st<strong>and</strong>ing on the<br />

edge of the Foresthill Bridge in Auburn—<br />

planning to jump—would prove to only be<br />

the beginning of his journey, not the end.<br />

It had been a long <strong>and</strong> difficult road to<br />

that fateful day in August 2011. Bartley<br />

had spent his youth dealing with chronic<br />

depression, following a series of childhood<br />

traumas including the early loss of his<br />

father <strong>and</strong> sexual abuse at the h<strong>and</strong>s of a<br />

trusted community leader. He later found<br />

solace in running an animal sanctuary<br />

for senior <strong>and</strong> special-needs pets, but the<br />

pressure of caring for over 100 animals<br />

took its toll on his already-tenuous mental<br />

health. “My self-care went out the window,”<br />

he recalls. Fortunately, first responders<br />

were able to bring Bartley down from<br />

the precipice <strong>and</strong> get him the help he so<br />

desperately needed.<br />

Bartley is now a public speaker <strong>and</strong><br />

mental health advocate (davidwoodsbartley.<br />

com)—using stories of his experiences with<br />

animals to help destigmatize mental illness<br />

<strong>and</strong> reach out to those struggling to go<br />

from “mental hellness to mental wellness.”<br />

He also serves on numerous community<br />

<strong>and</strong> nonprofit boards, including the Placer<br />

<strong>County</strong> Mental Health Alcohol <strong>and</strong> Drug<br />

Advisory Board (MHADAB), the National<br />

Storytelling Network’s Healing Story<br />

Alliance, <strong>and</strong> Bread of Life, a communitybenefit<br />

educational organization. For Bartley,<br />

it’s all about spreading a message of hope.<br />

“My life was saved, <strong>and</strong> now my purpose is<br />

to be a beneficial presence in the world,” he<br />

shares. “I want people to know it’s possible to<br />

achieve mental health.”<br />

—Amber Foster<br />

favorites<br />

Author/writer<br />

Irving Townsend (Separate Lifetimes)<br />

Guilty pleasures<br />

Blueberry muffins, fruit basket cake, <strong>and</strong> appetizers<br />

Meal in town<br />

Mahi Mahi Burrito with a side of rice <strong>and</strong> beans at<br />

Dos Coyotes Border Café<br />

Local l<strong>and</strong>mark<br />

William Jessup University<br />

Movie<br />

It’s a Wonderful Life<br />

Musician/b<strong>and</strong><br />

George Winston<br />

Annual event<br />

Christmas lights in the Fab 40s<br />

Saying<br />

“The world is my country, all mankind are my<br />

brethren, <strong>and</strong> to do good is my religion.”—Thomas<br />

Paine<br />

Do you know someone in the community who makes a<br />

difference or is particularly interesting that we should Get<br />

to Know? Email their name, where they live, <strong>and</strong> why they<br />

should be featured to megan@stylemg.com.<br />

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Photos by DANTE FONTANA.


what’s up<br />

All photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

Locally owned <strong>and</strong> operated Boulevard 41 Wood<br />

Fired Pizza at 4364 Town Center Boulevard in the <strong>El</strong><br />

<strong>Dorado</strong> Hills Town Center<br />

is officially open. They<br />

have plenty of signature<br />

pizzas <strong>and</strong> salads crafted<br />

by culinary experts, 41 self-pour beers on<br />

tap, <strong>and</strong> much more... Another taco joint<br />

is everyone’s fulfilled wish. Flakos Takos,<br />

a taqueria chain from <strong>El</strong>k Grove, opened<br />

another (<strong>and</strong> much closer) location<br />

in Cameron Park. The locally owned<br />

business is sited at 3326 Coach Lane in<br />

the Cameron Park Drive Plaza <strong>and</strong> offers $1 tacos on Tuesdays<br />

(exclusions apply), plus<br />

mulitas, <strong>and</strong> more...Popular<br />

food truck br<strong>and</strong> Authentic<br />

Street Taco has opened a<br />

brick-<strong>and</strong>-mortar restaurant<br />

at 875 Embarcadero Drive.<br />

The menu includes all your<br />

favorites: tacos, quesadillas,<br />

tortas, <strong>and</strong> burritos. We hear<br />

their catering is exceptional,<br />

too!...<strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Fitness, sited at 3000 Green Valley Road in Cameron<br />

Park, has a new owner <strong>and</strong> recently underwent an extensive<br />

remodel. The comfortable, family-friendly space offers free weights,<br />

treadmills, bikes, ellipticals, <strong>and</strong> more. To view their various rates,<br />

visit eldoradofitness.org...A new proposed merger of <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong><br />

Savings Bank <strong>and</strong> PacWest Bancorp of Los Angeles will allow <strong>El</strong><br />

<strong>Dorado</strong> branches to offer business lending services while also<br />

creating long-term value for stockholders of both companies...<br />

Three Girl Scouts created a mosaic of a mustang at Marina Village<br />

Middle School’s outdoor lunch tables. Jackie Fennessy, Willamina<br />

Fleming, <strong>and</strong> Jessica Dean glued more than 4,000 pieces into the<br />

shape of the school’s mascot. The project earned each of them the<br />

Girl Scout Silver Award, which is the highest award a Cadette can<br />

earn...A new park will soon be developed at Bass Lake, thanks to<br />

the <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills Community Services District. The 142-acre l<strong>and</strong><br />

parcel will be home to a regional park with a full disc golf course,<br />

sports fields <strong>and</strong> courts, <strong>and</strong> a trail system...SUM Bible College <strong>and</strong><br />

Theological Seminary has made <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills its permanent<br />

home by purchasing the buildings at 1107 <strong>and</strong> 1101 Investment<br />

Boulevard. The religious university is planning to make <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong><br />

Hills its main campus <strong>and</strong> keep their 40 other satellite sites around<br />

the U.S. Up to 300 students could be taking classes at the EDH site<br />

next fall...On Christmas Eve, Fairytale Town is giving the gift of<br />

free admission to all visiting guests from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more<br />

info, visit fairytaletown.org...Join American River Conservancy<br />

on <strong>December</strong> 8 <strong>and</strong> 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in their native plant<br />

demonstration garden <strong>and</strong> riparian area to assist with planting <strong>and</strong><br />

care of California native plants. Winter Workdays at Wakamatsu are<br />

intended for all ages <strong>and</strong> abilities. Volunteers should bring gloves,<br />

refillable water bottles, <strong>and</strong> a lunch. To sign up, email Taylor Faye at<br />

stewardship@arconservancy.org...That’s all for now, but check back<br />

next month for <strong>Style</strong>’s 50+ New Things to Eat, Drink, See, & Do This<br />

Year feature. —Alyssa Mielke<br />

SEND YOUR NEWS TO INFO@STYLEMG.COM<br />

DECEMBER <strong>2018</strong> // styleedc.com 7


local matters<br />

Placerville Recreation <strong>and</strong> Parks<br />

Give Where You Live by JULIE BURNSIDES<br />

the season for togetherness<br />

<strong>and</strong> giving, <strong>and</strong> who better to<br />

give to than the children of our<br />

‘Tis<br />

own community? Because of<br />

the generous donations that locals make to<br />

the city’s Recreation for Youth Fund, about 150<br />

children are able to take one of the enriching<br />

classes Placerville’s Recreation <strong>and</strong> Parks<br />

Division offers every year.<br />

The fund was established in 1995, <strong>and</strong> 100<br />

percent of every donation is dispersed to the<br />

children who apply. If families with financial<br />

constraints meet the requirements for receiving<br />

assistance, the fund pays for 50 percent of their<br />

child’s class registration once every six months.<br />

The city believes every child deserves the chance<br />

to learn to paint, dance, swim, play basketball, or<br />

learn karate. Help keep this program alive <strong>and</strong><br />

make sure no child is turned away. By donating,<br />

you receive the satisfaction of knowing that<br />

your money is going directly to the children of<br />

our community <strong>and</strong> get your name posted in<br />

the Recreation <strong>and</strong> Parks Activity Guide that’s<br />

delivered to over 10,000 residents three times<br />

a year.<br />

Cameron Park Community Services District<br />

Holiday Happenings by TINA HELM<br />

Sprint into the season at the annual Santa<br />

Run—a family-friendly 5K run/walk—on <strong>December</strong><br />

1 beginning at 8 a.m. (check-in starts at 7 a.m.) at the<br />

Cameron Park Community Center. After, join the fire<br />

department for a pancake breakfast.<br />

Don’t miss the Santa Parade, where the man in<br />

red drives throughout Cameron Park accompanied by<br />

the fire department, on <strong>December</strong> 7-9 (rain dates are<br />

<strong>December</strong> 14-16).<br />

Enjoy the Sierra Symphony Orchestra at the<br />

Cameron Park Community Center on <strong>December</strong><br />

8 beginning at 4 p.m. Tickets are available at the<br />

Shingle Springs/Cameron Park CSD office, Bel Air<br />

in Cameron Park, <strong>and</strong> online at showclix.com <strong>and</strong><br />

sierrasymphony.org.<br />

The 50+ Room is open Monday-Thursday from<br />

10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for table games like bridge, Mexican<br />

train, pinochle, cribbage, <strong>and</strong> more. Looking for<br />

something more active? Try a modified Zumba<br />

class or “Tai Chi for Better Balance”—both start<br />

<strong>December</strong> 4.<br />

Adults 18 <strong>and</strong> up are invited to join Richard<br />

Kowaleski on Wednesdays for ballroom dance<br />

To donate, call 530-642-5232 or mail your<br />

donation to 549 Main Street, Placerville, CA<br />

95667.<br />

lessons at 7 p.m. <strong>and</strong> tango at 8 p.m.<br />

Youth in grades 1-8 can still sign up for a youth<br />

basketball league, which starts in January. First <strong>and</strong><br />

second graders practice <strong>and</strong> scrimmage on Saturdays;<br />

third through eighth graders have weekly practices<br />

<strong>and</strong> put their skills to the test at weekly Saturday<br />

games.<br />

For kiddos wanting to learn a new craft, sign them<br />

up for Shabby Chic, where they can decoupage <strong>and</strong><br />

embellish projects like dream boards, journals, <strong>and</strong><br />

more.<br />

Looking for an affordable holiday event venue?<br />

The Cameron Park CSD has multiple rooms for events<br />

of all different sizes <strong>and</strong> types.<br />

For more information, visit cameronpark.org or call<br />

530-677-2231.<br />

CATCH ALL<br />

Resilience Art<br />

Exhibit<br />

The <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Arts Council (EDAC) is<br />

excited to showcase the most recent<br />

project from artist Kim Abeles—noted<br />

for her social, political, <strong>and</strong> feminist<br />

works <strong>and</strong> for creating communitybased<br />

projects that explore biography,<br />

geography, <strong>and</strong> the environment.<br />

During her one-month residency at the<br />

Institute of Forest Genetics, she worked<br />

with students from Independence<br />

High School to create the exhibit,<br />

Resilience. Sited at EDAC’s Confidence<br />

Lab (487 Main Street) in Placerville,<br />

the project is a sight to be seen, as<br />

it examines <strong>and</strong> reflects the idea of<br />

resilience. The students were excited<br />

to partake in such a complex project<br />

with an influential artist. "The arts, arts<br />

education, <strong>and</strong> art creation makes for a<br />

better person. It helps to exp<strong>and</strong> one’s<br />

mind <strong>and</strong> create a more analytical,<br />

creative, <strong>and</strong> flexible outlook in life,"<br />

explains EDAC Program Manager<br />

Andrew Vonderschmitt. Resilience<br />

is open Thursdays through Sundays<br />

from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; admission is free.<br />

—Emily Peter<br />

For more information, visit<br />

eldoradoartscouncil.org.<br />

Photo courtesy of Placerville Parks <strong>and</strong> Recreation. All photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

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GREAT SHOWS. UP CLOSE. IN FOLSOM!<br />

WIZARD OF OZ<br />

FRI-SUN JAN 18-20<br />

A spectacular celebration of the iconic 1939 MGM film, The Wizard Of Oz<br />

features breathtaking special effects, dazzling choreography, <strong>and</strong> classic<br />

songs. This lavish production will blow you away from the moment the<br />

tornado touches down <strong>and</strong> transports you to a dazzling Oz, complete with<br />

munchkins <strong>and</strong> flying monkeys.<br />

JERSEY BOYS<br />

THE NATIONAL TOUR<br />

TUE–SAT JAN 22–26<br />

Go behind the music <strong>and</strong> inside the story of Frankie Valli <strong>and</strong> The Four<br />

Seasons in the Tony Award ® -winning true-life musical phenomenon, Jersey<br />

Boys. From the streets of New Jersey to the Rock <strong>and</strong> Roll Hall of Fame, this<br />

is the musical that’s just too good to be true. Featuring the legendary Top Ten<br />

hits “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Walk Like A Man,” “Can’t Take My Eyes<br />

Off You,” <strong>and</strong> “<strong>December</strong>, 1963 (Oh What A Night).”<br />

KINKY BOOTS: THE MUSICAL<br />

THE NATIONAL TOUR<br />

FRI–SUN FEB 15–17<br />

Kinky Boots is Broadway’s huge-hearted, high-heeled hit! With songs by<br />

Grammy ® <strong>and</strong> Tony ® winning pop icon Cyndi Lauper, this joyous musical<br />

celebration is about the friendships we discover, <strong>and</strong> the belief that you can<br />

change the world when you change your mind. Inspired by true events, Kinky<br />

Boots takes you from a gentlemen’s shoe factory in Northampton to the<br />

glamorous catwalks of Milan.<br />

EVITA<br />

LYRICS BY TIM RICE AND MUSIC BY ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER<br />

THU–SAT FEB 21–23<br />

Eva Peron enthralled a nation <strong>and</strong> enchanted the world. Her story unfolds<br />

in EVITA, the Tony® Award winning Best Musical, a high flying theatrical<br />

experience adored the world over. From the geniuses behind JESUS CHRIST<br />

SUPERSTAR <strong>and</strong> JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT,<br />

EVITA captures musical gold with its Grammy® Award-winning score<br />

combining Latin music, pop, jazz <strong>and</strong> musical theatre styles.<br />

916-608-6888<br />

HarrisCenter.net


local matters<br />

Celebrate New Year’s Eve<br />

The 10 Spot by TARA MENDANHA<br />

It’s time to look back <strong>and</strong> celebrate all the good this past year<br />

has brought us. Whether it’s through fine food or family fun,<br />

make the last day of the year count with these local happenings.<br />

Goodbye <strong>2018</strong>—you’ve been great!<br />

Sutter Street Theatre in Folsom is hosting a New Year’s Eve Show<br />

<strong>and</strong> Party beginning at 7 p.m. with hors d’oeuvres <strong>and</strong> a no-host<br />

bar. A delicious Italian dinner will then be served followed by a<br />

performance of The Carsino Show—a spoof on The Tonight Show<br />

Starring Johnny Carson as if enacted by members of the “mafia.”<br />

Later, welcome the new year with champagne or apple cider <strong>and</strong><br />

noisemakers. Call 916-353-1001 to make a reservation.<br />

Ring in 2019 at Roseville Topgolf’s Big NYE Bash where you can enjoy<br />

live entertainment, a chef-inspired menu, <strong>and</strong> an unforgettable<br />

midnight celebration. All their New Year’s Eve packages include<br />

unlimited game play from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. for up to six guests, front<br />

row seats to a midnight fireworks show, <strong>and</strong> party favors to help<br />

celebrate NYE in style. topgolf.com/us/promo/new-years-eve<br />

Dust off those dancing shoes <strong>and</strong> head to R<strong>and</strong>y Peters Catering &<br />

Event Center in Roseville for DJ Supe Live for New Year’s Eve from<br />

7 p.m. to 1 a.m. This will be an elegant night to remember, as DJ<br />

Supe brings in 2019 with a bang. The black-tie affair will feature club<br />

classics as well as today’s hits. Contact 916-768-4753 for reservations.<br />

No plans for NYE? The movies are always a good idea no matter<br />

what time of year. For something a little extra, catch a movie <strong>and</strong><br />

dinner at Studio Movie Grill in Rocklin <strong>and</strong> make an evening of it.<br />

ASK THE Expert<br />

WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO PRUNE MY TREES AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?<br />

<strong>December</strong> releases include the epic Aquaman, fantastical Mortal<br />

Engines, funny Second Act, <strong>and</strong> nostalgic Mary Poppins Returns.<br />

studiomoviegrill.com<br />

The holiday season isn’t over yet! There’s a lot of good cheer to be<br />

found at the Folsom Historic District Ice Rink that’s open through<br />

January 21. When you’re giddy after a romp on the ring, head down<br />

to any of the cozy restaurants in <strong>and</strong> around Sutter Street for some<br />

tasty fuel to take on 2019. folsomicerink.com<br />

Ride into the night with Sacramento RiverTrain’s New Year’s Eve<br />

Beer <strong>and</strong> Wine Bash. Departing from West Sacramento (400<br />

North Harbor Boulevard) at 9 p.m. (boarding is at 8:30 p.m.),<br />

celebrations will include a DJ <strong>and</strong> dancing; hors d’oeuvres;<br />

wine, cider, <strong>and</strong> beer tasting; <strong>and</strong> a midnight champagne toast.<br />

sacramentorivertrain.com/calendar<br />

Thunder Valley Casino Resort in Lincoln is where Creedence<br />

Clearwater Revisited will perform two shows on <strong>December</strong> 31<br />

(8 p.m. <strong>and</strong> 10:30 p.m.). The b<strong>and</strong> features founding members<br />

Stu Cook <strong>and</strong> Doug Clifford, so be prepared for some<br />

serious nostalgia as they perform hit songs live in concert.<br />

thundervalleyresort.com/entertainment<br />

Crocker Art Museum’s Noon Year’s Eve Family Festival is a free<br />

treat for the entire family. Adults <strong>and</strong> kids are invited to dress<br />

in purple in keeping with the décor, <strong>and</strong> enjoy live music by<br />

Pan United Youth Movement, folk dancing, festive activities<br />

throughout the museum, <strong>and</strong> the Far East Dragon Lion Dance<br />

Association who will kick-start the fun. crockerart.org<br />

Eat, drink, <strong>and</strong> be merry! Bacchus House in Folsom is hosting<br />

their New Year Bash with live music by 4Thought, great food,<br />

<strong>and</strong> fine wine; Sienna in <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills <strong>and</strong> Roseville will serve<br />

a special four-course dinner paired with two premium wines;<br />

The Farm Table in Placerville will have a multiple course prix<br />

fixe menu with champagne, local wine, <strong>and</strong> unique desserts.<br />

bacchushousebistro.com; siennarestaurants.com; ourfarmtable.<br />

com<br />

Want to start next year on the right foot? Placer Food Bank<br />

in Roseville invites individuals <strong>and</strong> business or corporates to<br />

volunteer their time on <strong>December</strong> 31 (limited spots available) or<br />

donate dry, packaged goods to their warehouse. Remember—<br />

charity doesn’t end on January 1! Let’s keep the spirit of giving alive<br />

all through 2019. placerfoodbank.org<br />

Pruning—such as deadwood removal or<br />

thinning—is acceptable year-round in<br />

Northern California, but tree species can<br />

also determine timing. Small trees should<br />

be pruned carefully, <strong>and</strong> newly planted trees<br />

shouldn’t be pruned heavily. Structural<br />

pruning early on in a tree’s life can prevent<br />

other issues that’ll help it grow correctly. Recent research has<br />

proven that aboveground growth encourages root growth. We<br />

recommend consulting with an arborist to determine what<br />

your trees needs are.<br />

Phillip Dufort, ISA Certified Arborist // Acorn Arboricultural<br />

Services, Inc. // 631 Commerce Drive, Roseville // 916-787-8733,<br />

787tree.com<br />

10 Spot photo Romolo Tavani.<br />

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calendar<br />

DECEMBER<br />

<strong>December</strong> is National<br />

by ASHLEIGH GRUENWALD<br />

1<br />

CARRIAGE RIDES. The <strong>El</strong><br />

<strong>Dorado</strong> Hills Town Center is a<br />

magical place during the holiday<br />

season, <strong>and</strong> there’s no better way to<br />

enjoy its charm than with a horsedrawn<br />

carriage ride. Join the fun<br />

every Friday <strong>and</strong> Saturday evening.<br />

Proceeds benefit Young Life <strong>and</strong><br />

H<strong>and</strong>s4Hope. edhtowncenter.com/<br />

upcoming-events/calendar<br />

(THROUGH 21)<br />

1<br />

WINTER RUMMAGE SALE.<br />

Don’t miss this<br />

winter rummage<br />

sale hosted by<br />

the Placerville<br />

Shakespeare<br />

Club featuring<br />

warm clothing,<br />

festive holiday<br />

decorations, books,<br />

toys, puzzles, games, <strong>and</strong> more. The<br />

sale goes from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at<br />

2940 Bedford Avenue; bring your<br />

own shopping bag. placervilleshakespeare.com<br />

1<br />

HEAD TO TOE HOLIDAY<br />

FASHION SHOW. Virtual<br />

Academy High School in <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong><br />

invites you to join them for a fashion<br />

1<br />

SANTA RUN AND<br />

PANCAKE BREAKFAST.<br />

The Cameron Park CSD<br />

invites you to enjoy breakfast<br />

with your local fire department<br />

<strong>and</strong> the man in red from 7 a.m.<br />

to noon. Held in t<strong>and</strong>em with<br />

a 5K fun run/walk that begins<br />

<strong>and</strong> ends at the Cameron<br />

Park Community Center, it’s a<br />

perfect kickoff to the holidays.<br />

cameronpark.org<br />

show <strong>and</strong> live auction to raise<br />

funds for their student internship<br />

program. Join in on the holiday fun<br />

while supporting local students. The<br />

show starts at 11 a.m. in the school’s<br />

Common Building. 530-622-6212<br />

1<br />

SANTA PHOTOS. Families<br />

are invited to visit, share their<br />

wish lists, <strong>and</strong> take purchased photos<br />

with Santa at the California Welcome<br />

Center on Post Street next to Cold<br />

Stone Creamery in <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills.<br />

Times <strong>and</strong> days vary. edhtowncenter.<br />

com/upcoming-events/calendar<br />

(THROUGH 24)<br />

1<br />

CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING.<br />

From 4-8 p.m. at the <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong><br />

Hills Town Center, take part in a<br />

merchant open house, listen to<br />

live music (4:30-7:30 p.m.), watch<br />

a performance by the caroling<br />

contest winner (6 p.m.), view the<br />

tree lighting (6:30 p.m.), <strong>and</strong> indulge<br />

in hot chocolate <strong>and</strong> cookies,<br />

among other festive activities.<br />

edhtowncenter.com/upcomingevents<br />

1<br />

HOLIDAY IN THE HILLS. Set<br />

on Sutter Street at the end<br />

of the 19th century, all characters<br />

either lived or visited Folsom in the<br />

1800s. Performances take place at<br />

the Sutter Street Theatre <strong>and</strong> times<br />

vary. sutterstreettheater.com<br />

(ALSO 2, 7-9, 13-16, & 19-23)<br />

1<br />

WILD NIGHTS AND HOLIDAY<br />

LIGHTS. See the twinkling<br />

wonderl<strong>and</strong> at the Folsom City<br />

Zoo Sanctuary from 5-8 p.m.<br />

where thous<strong>and</strong>s of LED lights <strong>and</strong><br />

decorated trees will illuminate the<br />

animal’s playground. Enjoy carolers,<br />

seasonal refreshments, rides on the<br />

Folsom Valley Railway miniature live<br />

steam train, a visit from Santa at the<br />

Barnyard Experience exhibit, <strong>and</strong><br />

more. folsomzoofriends.org<br />

(ALSO 7-8, 14-23, & 26-30)<br />

1<br />

FOLSOM LAKE SYMPHONY<br />

PRESENTS HOLIDAY SPIRIT.<br />

This joyful program on the Harris<br />

Center stage includes heartwarming<br />

songs like “Sleigh Ride,” “March<br />

of the Toys,” “O Holy Night,” “O<br />

Chanukah,” “‘Twas the Night<br />

Before Christmas,” selections from<br />

The Nutcracker, <strong>and</strong> many other<br />

surprises. Curtains open at 7:30 p.m.<br />

harriscenter.net<br />

(ALSO 2)<br />

Month<br />

1<br />

CHRISTMAS CONCERTOS BY<br />

CANDLELIGHT. Sacramento<br />

Baroque Soloists explore the<br />

splendor <strong>and</strong> beauty of Baroque<br />

Christmas Concertos in this musical<br />

feast at the Harris Center featuring<br />

works by Corelli, Charpentier,<br />

Torelli, <strong>and</strong> many more. Saturday’s<br />

performances begin at 2 p.m. <strong>and</strong><br />

7:30 p.m. <strong>and</strong> Sunday’s at 2 p.m.<br />

harriscenter.net<br />

(ALSO 2)<br />

1<br />

ALICE IN WINTER<br />

WONDERLAND. Join Alice<br />

as she <strong>and</strong> her friends tap dance<br />

through the rabbit role into a world<br />

of rhythms <strong>and</strong> wonder at this<br />

Christmas-themed twist on the<br />

classic story. Presented by Hawkins<br />

School of Performing Arts, shows<br />

begin at 2 p.m. <strong>and</strong> 7 p.m. at Folsom<br />

High School’s Jill Solberg Performing<br />

Arts Theatre. hawkinsschool.com<br />

2<br />

HANGTOWN CHRISTMAS<br />

PARADE. Rain or shine,<br />

Downtown Placerville’s annual<br />

parade begins at the Broadway<br />

Plaza parking lot at 1 p.m. before<br />

continuing down Main Street. Bring<br />

a new, unwrapped gift to donate to<br />

Toys for Tots. placerville-downtown.<br />

org/<strong>2018</strong>/12/02/754/hangtownchristmas-parade<br />

2<br />

CHRISTMAS ARTS AND<br />

CRAFTS FAIR. Rain or shine,<br />

Sutter Street will be filled with crafts<br />

<strong>and</strong> gifts, live music, face painting,<br />

<strong>and</strong> plenty of holiday cheer from 9<br />

a.m. to 4 p.m. historicfolsom.org<br />

2<br />

CHANUKAH WONDERLAND.<br />

Don’t miss this annual event at<br />

the Folsom Community Center from<br />

2-5 p.m. featuring festive music, a<br />

menorah competition, hot latkes,<br />

face painting, authentic Israeli food,<br />

a Chanukah gift shop, <strong>and</strong> more.<br />

jewishfolsom.org<br />

5<br />

LEANN RIMES: CHRISTMAS<br />

TOUR. Don’t miss the chance<br />

to see Grammy award-winning<br />

artist LeAnn Rimes perform songs<br />

Notable<br />

Happenings<br />

2 HANUKKAH BEGINS<br />

21 WINTER SOLSTICE<br />

24 CHRISTMAS EVE<br />

25 CHRISTMAS<br />

31 NEW YEAR’S EVE<br />

from her classic Christmas albums<br />

starting at 8 p.m. at the Harris<br />

Center. harriscenter.net<br />

7<br />

HISTORIC HOLIDAY HOMES<br />

TOUR. Peruse stunningly<br />

decorated homes <strong>and</strong> churches<br />

throughout Folsom <strong>and</strong> enter a<br />

raffle for your chance to win various<br />

prizes. Tour between 10 a.m. to 5<br />

p.m. both days <strong>and</strong> support the the<br />

Folsom Historical Society <strong>and</strong> the<br />

Murer House Foundation. You’ll also<br />

find a holiday gift boutique at the<br />

Murer House with docents in period<br />

clothing. folsomhistoricalsociety.org/<br />

events<br />

7<br />

COOKIES WITH SANTA. From<br />

4-6 p.m., Santa <strong>and</strong> his helpers<br />

will be spreading cheer while<br />

spending time at the <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills<br />

CSD Gym. Families are invited to<br />

visit him while enjoying fresh-baked<br />

cookies <strong>and</strong> hot chocolate. edhcsd.<br />

org<br />

8<br />

HOMES FOR THE HOLIDAYS<br />

TOUR. Visit beautifully<br />

decorated homes throughout <strong>El</strong><br />

<strong>Dorado</strong> <strong>County</strong> as you sample<br />

decadent chocolates, taste local<br />

wines, bid on designer trees, <strong>and</strong><br />

celebrate the magic of the season.<br />

Tour between 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.<br />

on Saturday <strong>and</strong> 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.<br />

on Sunday. Proceeds support the<br />

Assistance League of Sierra <strong>Foothills</strong>.<br />

sierrafoothills.assistanceleague.org<br />

(ALSO 9)<br />

8<br />

HISTORIC HOLIDAY HOUSES.<br />

Celebrate an old-fashioned<br />

Christmas as you walk through<br />

various historic buildings decorated<br />

for the holidays at Marshall Gold<br />

Discovery State Historic Park.<br />

Docents will greet guests <strong>and</strong><br />

provide information on the houses,<br />

as participants enjoy refreshments,<br />

caroling, music, <strong>and</strong> more.<br />

marshallgold.com/historic-holidayhouses<br />

(ALSO 9)<br />

8<br />

HOLIDAY POPS. Celebrate<br />

the season as you listen to the<br />

beautiful voices of the Placer Pops<br />

Chorale perform holiday favorites<br />

accompanied by special guest<br />

instrumentalists at the Harris Center.<br />

harriscenter.net<br />

(ALSO 9)<br />

Eggnog photo ©kritchanut - stock.adobe.com. Wild Nights photo by Judy Bujold. Historic Holiday Homes Toiur photo by Robert Perricone. Other photos courtesy of their respecitve companies or organizations.<br />

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Folsom Christmas Classic photo by Judi V<strong>and</strong>erbundt <strong>and</strong> Keith Facchino. Steampunk Victorian photo courtesy of High H<strong>and</strong> Gallery. Other photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

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15<br />

FOLSOM CHRISTMAS<br />

CLASSIC 5K/10K<br />

WALK/RUN & SANTA RUN.<br />

Enjoy live carolers, visits with<br />

Santa, <strong>and</strong> free hot chocolate<br />

<strong>and</strong> apple cider at this healthy,<br />

family-oriented event at Vista<br />

Del Lago High School. The 5K<br />

<strong>and</strong> 10K begin at 8 a.m. <strong>and</strong><br />

follow Folsom’s scenic trails.<br />

Holiday attire is encouraged.<br />

folsomclassic.com<br />

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA.<br />

Start the yuletide season off<br />

with a festive morning of holiday<br />

cheer at the <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills CSD<br />

Gym, featuring breakfast, a visit<br />

with Santa, <strong>and</strong> holiday crafts. Two<br />

seatings are available (8 a.m. <strong>and</strong> 10<br />

a.m.) <strong>and</strong> space is limited, so preregistration<br />

is encouraged. edhcsd.<br />

org<br />

8<br />

HOLIDAY FESTIVAL OF ARTS.<br />

Watch Folsom High School’s<br />

award-winning music program<br />

<strong>and</strong> other local artists <strong>and</strong> studios<br />

perform at the Jill Solberg Performing<br />

Arts Center at 4:30 p.m. <strong>and</strong> 7 p.m.<br />

folsommusic.org<br />

8 COMMUNITY<br />

PERFORMANCES. Support<br />

our youth as they showcase their<br />

extraordinary gifts in the form<br />

of song <strong>and</strong> dance in <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong><br />

Hills Town Center’s Theater Plaza.<br />

The three separate performances<br />

begin at 1 p.m., 2 p.m., <strong>and</strong> 3 p.m.<br />

edhtowncenter.com/upcomingevents/calendar<br />

13<br />

PAMELA HAYES CLASSICAL<br />

BALLET THEATRE<br />

PRESENTS THE NUTCRACKER.<br />

At 7 p.m. at the Harris Center, join<br />

Clara <strong>and</strong> her Nutcracker Prince on<br />

an enchanted journey through the<br />

Kingdom of Sweets in this timeless<br />

holiday classic that infuses fantasy<br />

with comedic choreography <strong>and</strong><br />

stunning costumes. harriscenter.net<br />

(ALSO 14-16)<br />

19<br />

15<br />

EDH FIRE DEPARTMENT<br />

SANTA RUN FINALE. The <strong>El</strong><br />

<strong>Dorado</strong> Hills Firefighters’ Association<br />

is back for its 55th year of the Santa<br />

Run tradition. The event concludes as<br />

Santa, Mrs. Clause, <strong>and</strong> the elves travel<br />

through the <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills Town<br />

Center to collect canned food <strong>and</strong><br />

new, unwrapped toys for Toys for Tots,<br />

followed by fireworks, cookies, <strong>and</strong> hot<br />

chocolate. edhfire.com/santa-run/<br />

santa-run-2<br />

15<br />

PARADE OF LIGHTS. Sutter<br />

Creek comes alive in twinkling<br />

lights, as everything from cars <strong>and</strong> mail<br />

trucks to school buses, horses, dogs,<br />

marching b<strong>and</strong>s, <strong>and</strong> baton twirlers<br />

parade down historic Main Street<br />

beginning at 6:30 p.m. suttercreek.<br />

org/sutter-creek-events-parade-oflights.html<br />

18<br />

EL DORADO MUSICAL<br />

THEATRE PRESENTS<br />

HOLIDAY CELEBRATION. Featuring<br />

High Voltage, this show beginning at<br />

7 p.m. has become a fan favorite for<br />

the holiday season. It features both<br />

new <strong>and</strong> classic holiday songs, all<br />

done with High Voltage’s unique flair.<br />

harriscenter.net<br />

24<br />

DRUMLINE LIVE HOLIDAY<br />

SPECTACULAR. Combining<br />

gospel, jazz, soul, motown rhythms,<br />

<strong>and</strong> The Nutcracker Suite over 30<br />

talented musicians <strong>and</strong> dazzling<br />

vocalists employ energetic<br />

choreography <strong>and</strong> beautiful holiday<br />

costumes to create a holiday<br />

extravaganza like no other. Shows<br />

begin at 4 p.m. <strong>and</strong> 8 p.m. harriscenter.<br />

net<br />

22<br />

AN IRISH CHRISTMAS.<br />

Don’t miss this<br />

celebration of Christmas in<br />

Irel<strong>and</strong> at the Harris Center, with<br />

superb music making, dancing,<br />

<strong>and</strong> Christmas carols—all led by<br />

an award-winning cast of Irish<br />

dancers. Shows begin at 2 p.m.<br />

<strong>and</strong> 7 p.m. harriscenter.net<br />

(ALSO 23)<br />

SAVE THE DATE! JANUARY<br />

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outtakes<br />

PUMPKIN SPLASH<br />

PATCH<br />

October 27 //<br />

<strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills CSD Pool<br />

Children (ages 3-10)<br />

were invited to hunt for<br />

<strong>and</strong> decorate the perfect<br />

pumpkin at this fun-filled<br />

event. Admission also<br />

included open swim time<br />

<strong>and</strong> a special trick-or-treat<br />

goodie bag.<br />

Photos by HANNAH MILLER<br />

WOMEN’S FUND EL DORADO ANNUAL<br />

CELEBRATION DINNER<br />

October 4 // <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> <strong>County</strong> Fair & Event Center,<br />

Placerville<br />

Women’s Fund <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> (WFED) held their annual<br />

celebration to highlight a successful year of passion,<br />

purpose, <strong>and</strong> philanthropy. Over 250 members<br />

<strong>and</strong> guests celebrated with a catered dinner <strong>and</strong><br />

testimonials from WFED members.<br />

5<br />

1 Robyn Parker, Amarik Singh, Vera Nicholas, Katy Peek, Cindy<br />

Brazelton, Claudia Taylor, Coleen Johnson, Kathy Witherow,<br />

Dickson Schwarzbach, Diane Child, Julie Willson, <strong>and</strong> Cathy<br />

Bean 2 Lois Stowe, Betsy V<strong>and</strong>erpool, Heather Cook, Valerie<br />

Soto, Alicia Moorecraft, Grace Wonder, Beth Horn, <strong>and</strong><br />

Patricia Horn 3 Andrea Howard, Cheryl Brown, <strong>and</strong> Dickson<br />

Schwarzbach 4 Celeste Hill <strong>and</strong> Ginny McClane 5 Laurie<br />

Pittman 6 Cindy Brazelton, Lindsay Moffett, <strong>and</strong> Jenelle Frizzell<br />

7 Denise Pane <strong>and</strong> Cassie Bigelow<br />

Photos by SHELLY THORENE PHOTOGRAPHY<br />

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MAGIC UNDER THE STARS<br />

September 20 // Serrano Country Club, <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills<br />

This sold-out gala benefited Shriners Hospital for<br />

Children’s First Lady’s project—which provides<br />

continuing education <strong>and</strong> program development for<br />

the Therapeutic Recreation & Child Life Department—<br />

<strong>and</strong> was filled with special effects, magic, a live auction,<br />

sit-down dinner, <strong>and</strong> more.<br />

1 The Fairy Godmother Events 2 John McGinness, Kitty O’Neal,<br />

Maggie Bryan, Caitlyn Morton, <strong>and</strong> Liz <strong>and</strong> David Barnekoff 3 Will<br />

George <strong>and</strong> Chris Soma 4 Jack Anderson 5 Susan <strong>and</strong> Dan Leonard,<br />

Liz <strong>and</strong> David Barnekoff, <strong>and</strong> John McGinness<br />

Photos by LIZ BARNEKOFF<br />

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HEALTHY HALLOWEEN<br />

October 28 // Quail Business Park, Folsom<br />

At this family-friendly event, attendees of all ages enjoyed<br />

princess makeovers, an inflatable obstacle course, bounce<br />

houses, costume contests, carnival games, entertainment,<br />

<strong>and</strong> healthy Halloween alternatives to sweet treats.<br />

Photos by SAMANTHA DAVIDSON<br />

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the arts<br />

Ronnie<br />

Frostad<br />

HLB: WHAT’S THE STORY BEHIND<br />

FROSTAD ATELIER?<br />

RF: When I took one of my sculptures<br />

to a small foundry to be cast, my thirst<br />

for bronze began, <strong>and</strong> I’m not sure the<br />

thirst can be quenched in one lifetime. In<br />

1998, Frostad Atelier Foundry was born<br />

in Rocklin’s Stanford Ranch Business<br />

Park. I began with a crew of one <strong>and</strong><br />

breathed, ate, <strong>and</strong> slept with bronze.<br />

When I outgrew the facility, I moved to<br />

the former Air Force foundry at McClellan<br />

Park, which was 26,000 square feet <strong>and</strong><br />

had overhead cranes left from World War<br />

II. This allowed me to grow <strong>and</strong> construct<br />

monumental size sculptures for artists<br />

A Monumental Success<br />

by HEATHER L. BECKER<br />

Ronnie Frostad grew<br />

up in an artistic<br />

home. Her mother, a<br />

talented multimedia<br />

painter, was the<br />

inspiration <strong>and</strong><br />

influence behind<br />

her creative passion. Although fear of<br />

being a starving artist lead her to pursue<br />

a formal education in dentistry, Frostad’s<br />

artistic ardor eventually found her<br />

studying sculpture at Sierra College <strong>and</strong><br />

UC Davis. The artist—who also teaches<br />

weekend workshops on basic sculpting<br />

techniques—is now the only woman<br />

in the country to own a bronze casting<br />

foundry: Frostad Atelier. “I’m definitely<br />

a woman in a man’s world, <strong>and</strong> I was<br />

not well-received in the early days,”<br />

shares Frostad. “I think because mostly<br />

men dominated my position, I took<br />

risks not fully underst<strong>and</strong>ing the high<br />

consequences that hung in the shadows.”<br />

Frostad’s newest work is an eight-foot<br />

personal piece that will debut this spring<br />

at her gallery, which is open to the public<br />

every second Saturday.<br />

from all over the U.S. After 10 years at<br />

McClellan, I decided to build a more stateof-the-art<br />

foundry <strong>and</strong> gallery in North<br />

Natomas.<br />

HLB: HOW DO YOU FEEL BEING ONE OF<br />

FEW WOMEN IN YOUR INDUSTRY?<br />

RF: New clients often expect to hear a<br />

man’s voice when they call for the first<br />

time because of my name. Foundry work<br />

is hot, dangerous, <strong>and</strong> labor-intensive—<br />

we pour molten bronze at 2,000 degrees<br />

Fahrenheit <strong>and</strong> have forklifts <strong>and</strong> cranes<br />

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Artwork photo courtesy of RONNIE FROSTAD.<br />

Artist photos by DANTE FONTANA.


New Patients<br />

Always Welcome!<br />

for extremely heavy lifting. Over the<br />

years, I trained myself through on-the-job<br />

experience to the point where I can consult<br />

artists, both men <strong>and</strong> women, about bronze<br />

casting their work. I feel I’m now accepted as<br />

an equal in the field.<br />

HLB: WHAT’S YOUR “WHOLE LOTTA LOVE”<br />

PROGRAM?<br />

RF: “Whole Lotta Love” began as a tribute to<br />

my first-born gr<strong>and</strong>son Tyler, 13 years ago.<br />

I wanted to preserve his cute baby h<strong>and</strong>s<br />

<strong>and</strong> feet forever. My husb<strong>and</strong> is a dentist,<br />

<strong>and</strong> we took impressions of Tyler’s h<strong>and</strong> <strong>and</strong><br />

foot <strong>and</strong> formed wax replicas. The replicas<br />

were then cast in bronze <strong>and</strong> finished,<br />

patined, <strong>and</strong> mounted on a base producing<br />

a living sculpture. We now offer the service<br />

to other parents/gr<strong>and</strong>parents, in addition<br />

to making sculptures of couples holding<br />

h<strong>and</strong>s, dentists <strong>and</strong> physicians holding<br />

instruments, <strong>and</strong> even replicas of dogs’<br />

paws.<br />

HLB: HOW DO YOU SEEK INSPIRATION?<br />

RF: My inspiration is everyday life—it’s not<br />

always something visual. Sometimes a smell<br />

can ignite a memory <strong>and</strong> inspire an idea. I<br />

think artists are born with a sixth sense that<br />

helps us to see, hear, <strong>and</strong> feel on a different<br />

level. frostadatelier.com<br />

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health & wellness<br />

Work it<br />

Out<br />

(side)<br />

Your Guide to Winter Sports<br />

by KOURTNEY JASON<br />

E<br />

ven if the temperature is low, you don’t<br />

have to move your workout indoors.<br />

Whether you stay in town or drive to the<br />

mountains, our area offers an array of<br />

fun winter activities that double as great<br />

workouts, from skiing <strong>and</strong> snowboarding to ice-skating <strong>and</strong><br />

even curling.<br />

Jason Collin, a physical therapist at the Barton Center for<br />

Orthopedics & Wellness as well as a winter sports enthusiast,<br />

says: “Studies show that spending time outside, in nature,<br />

reduces stress levels, helps balance metabolism, lowers blood<br />

pressure, <strong>and</strong> creates a better workout.” Collin adds, “For all<br />

activities, remember that cold temperatures can cause your<br />

body to lose heat faster than your body can produce it. As you<br />

head outside, always dress properly, stay hydrated, know your<br />

surroundings, <strong>and</strong> use common sense.” Grab your skies, ice<br />

skates, or a sled, <strong>and</strong> have a (snow)ball this season!<br />

1 ICE-SKATING<br />

BENEFITS/CALORIES BURNED: Brian Jackson, owner of the Folsom<br />

Historic District Ice Rink, says you can burn 250-670 calories ice-skating<br />

for 30 minutes, though it depends on how much you weigh <strong>and</strong> how<br />

fast you’re skating. “Ice-skating is a great way to increase your cardio<br />

while having fun gliding on the ice <strong>and</strong> listening to music,” he says.<br />

“You’ll improve your balance as well, so don’t be surprised if you feel<br />

it in your thighs, lower back, <strong>and</strong> stomach muscles.”<br />

TRY IT: Folsom Historic District Ice Rink (200 Wool Street, Folsom, 916-<br />

936-4410, folsomicerink.com); Skatetown Ice Arena (1009 Orl<strong>and</strong>o<br />

Avenue, Roseville, 916-783-8550, skatetown.biz)<br />

BEGINNER TIP: “If you’re a beginner, there are some balance techniques<br />

that can be practiced at home or school, such as st<strong>and</strong>ing on one foot<br />

while doing tasks such as preparing dinner or talking to your friends.<br />

Do this for as long as you can before switching feet <strong>and</strong> as often as you<br />

can before skating. While you might look a little silly, who will have the<br />

last laugh when skating?” Jackson says.<br />

Snowshoeing photo by Chris Bartkowski. Ice-skating photo courtesy of the Folsom Historic District Ice Rink.<br />

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Cross-country <strong>and</strong> downhill skiing photos courtesy of The Abbi Agency. Showshoeing photo by Jeff Dow, courtesy of Barton Health.<br />

2<br />

CROSS-COUNTRY<br />

SKIING<br />

BENEFITS/CALORIES BURNED: Alpenglow<br />

Sports staffer Janice Pilkington says crosscountry<br />

skiing (also known as Nordic skiing)<br />

is one of the best aerobic activities you can<br />

do. It’s an endurance sport that’s good for<br />

the heart <strong>and</strong> lungs, similar to running or<br />

cycling. It can burn 500-1,000 calories per<br />

hour, depending on whether the trail is flat<br />

or uphill.<br />

TRY IT: Tahoe Cross-Country Ski Area (925<br />

Country Club Drive, Tahoe City, 530-583-5475,<br />

tahoexc.org); Royal Gorge Cross-Country Ski<br />

Resort (9411 Pahatsi Road, Soda Springs, 530-<br />

426-3871, royalgorge.com)<br />

BEGINNER TIP: “Even if you’re an avid downhill<br />

skier, don’t expect to be a great cross-country<br />

skier. Soft boots <strong>and</strong> edgeless skis provide<br />

a challenge for all first-timers. When in<br />

doubt, hire an instructor,” says Sean Kristl,<br />

director of sales <strong>and</strong> marketing at Alpenglow<br />

Expeditions.<br />

3<br />

DOWNHILL<br />

SKIING<br />

BENEFITS/CALORIES BURNED: Skiing<br />

improves your strength <strong>and</strong> balance,<br />

Pilkington says. “When you do longer runs<br />

without stopping, you’ll also notice that you’re<br />

a bit out of breath,” she says. “If you choose to<br />

be really adventurous <strong>and</strong> go backcountry<br />

skiing—where you put climbing skins on<br />

your skis <strong>and</strong> go uphill outside the resorts<br />

under your own power—you’ll get a great<br />

aerobic workout.” Kristl adds that downhill<br />

skiing builds leg muscles <strong>and</strong> core strength,<br />

<strong>and</strong> you can burn 300-500 calories in an hour,<br />

depending on the intensity. “Powder-skiing<br />

will burn more calories; groomed skiing will<br />

burn less,” he says.<br />

TRY IT: Sierra-at-Tahoe (1111 Sierra-at-<br />

Tahoe Road, Twin Bridges, 530-659-7453,<br />

sierraattahoe.com); Sugar Bowl Resort (629<br />

Sugar Bowl Road, Norden, 530-426-9000,<br />

sugarbowl.com); Northstar California (5001<br />

Northstar Drive, Truckee, 530-562-2267,<br />

northstarcalifornia.com); Squaw Valley-<br />

Alpine Meadows (1960 Squaw Valley Road,<br />

Olympic Valley, 800-403-0206, squawalpine.<br />

com); Heavenly Mountain Resort (4080 Lake<br />

Tahoe Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe, 775-586-<br />

7000, skiheavenly.com); Kirkwood Mountain<br />

Resort (1501 Kirkwood Meadows Drive,<br />

Kirkwood, 209-258-6000, kirkwood.com)<br />

BEGINNER TIP: Pilkington recommends,<br />

newcomers take advantage of [a resort's]<br />

packages that [typically] include lift tickets<br />

with rentals <strong>and</strong> lessons. “The resorts offer<br />

them at discounts because they want you to<br />

come back <strong>and</strong> know your experience will<br />

be better if you take a lesson <strong>and</strong> have good<br />

equipment.”<br />

4<br />

SNOWSHOEING<br />

BENEFITS/CALORIES BURNED: “Similar to<br />

hiking or running, snowshoeing is<br />

a fantastic cardiovascular<br />

workout. Deeper snow<br />

makes it more difficult<br />

<strong>and</strong> a harder workout,<br />

while sturdy snow<br />

underfoot makes it<br />

drastically easier,”<br />

Kristl says. Depending<br />

on pace <strong>and</strong> snow type,<br />

a snowshoer can burn<br />

between 500-1,000 calories per hour.<br />

TRY IT: California Sno-Parks, including Donner<br />

Summit (near Truckee off I-80), Blackwood<br />

Canyon (near Tahoe City off Highway 89),<br />

Carson Pass (off Highway 88), Echo Lake (off<br />

Highway 50), Iron Mountain (off Highway<br />

88 near Kirkwood ski area), Lake Alpine (off<br />

Highway 4), Meiss Meadow (off Highway<br />

88 near Carson Pass), Spicer Reservoir (off<br />

Highway 4), Taylor Creek (off Highway 89 near<br />

Fallen Leaf Lake), <strong>and</strong> Yuba Pass (off Highway<br />

49)<br />

BEGINNER TIP: “Hiking boots with a pair of<br />

warm wool socks work well for footwear.<br />

Snowshoes come in a variety of sizes <strong>and</strong><br />

materials. The bigger you are, the bigger<br />

the surface area you need to keep you from<br />

sinking. Also, deeper/softer snow requires a<br />

bigger snowshoe,” Pilkington says. “Going out<br />

in deep, untracked snow is very physically<br />

dem<strong>and</strong>ing. Most people try to find a trail<br />

that’s been groomed at a Nordic skiing center<br />

or a packed snowmobile trail.”<br />

5 SNOWBOARDING<br />

BENEFITS/CALORIES BURNED: Nadia<br />

Guerriero, vice president <strong>and</strong> general<br />

manager at Northstar California, says<br />

snowboarding, like skiing, is a full-body<br />

activity, which means doing it requires<br />

feeling the position of different body<br />

parts <strong>and</strong> having an awareness of the<br />

effort that goes into moving those parts.<br />

It can burn between 300-600 calories an<br />

hour, depending on how hard you work.<br />

TRY IT: Sierra-at-Tahoe (1111 Sierra-At-<br />

Tahoe Road, Twin Bridges, 530-659-7453,<br />

sierraattahoe.com); Sugar Bowl Resort (629<br />

Sugar Bowl Road, Norden, 530-426-9000,<br />

sugarbowl.com); Northstar California (5001<br />

Northstar Drive, Truckee, 530-562-2267,<br />

northstarcalifornia.com); Squaw Valley-<br />

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health & wellness<br />

Alpine Meadows (1960 Squaw Valley Road,<br />

Olympic Valley, 800-403-0206, squawalpine.<br />

com); Heavenly Mountain Resort (4080 Lake<br />

Tahoe Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe, 775-586-<br />

7000, skiheavenly.com); Kirkwood Mountain<br />

Resort (1501 Kirkwood Meadows Drive,<br />

Kirkwood, 209-258-6000, kirkwood.com)<br />

BEGINNER TIP: Have a professional coach you,<br />

Guerriero says. “Join a small group or private<br />

lesson from a certified instructor to learn<br />

the basics. Not only will this save you time,<br />

frustration, <strong>and</strong> a strained relationship, but<br />

you’ll also feel accomplished <strong>and</strong> confident<br />

on the mountain.” She also says to drink<br />

water, as many first-timers aren’t acclimated<br />

to performing physical activity at a higher<br />

elevation. “Water is the key to helping your<br />

body get used to the altitude <strong>and</strong> have a great<br />

day on the mountain.”<br />

6 SLEDDING<br />

BENEFITS/CALORIES BURNED: “Sledding<br />

is fun,” Collin says. “It doesn’t require fancy<br />

or expensive equipment, making it more<br />

accessible <strong>and</strong> affordable. Plus, the walk up<br />

that hill each time is good for your legs <strong>and</strong><br />

your heart.” Sledding for 30 minutes on a<br />

medium-sized hill burns about 240 calories.<br />

TRY IT: California Sno-Parks, including Donner<br />

Summit (near Truckee off I-80), Blackwood<br />

Canyon (near Tahoe City off Highway 89),<br />

Carson Pass (off Highway 88), Echo Lake (off<br />

Highway 50), Iron Mountain (off Highway<br />

88 near Kirkwood ski area), Lake Alpine (off<br />

Highway 4), Meiss Meadow (off Highway<br />

88 near Carson Pass), Spicer Reservoir (off<br />

Highway 4), Taylor Creek (off Highway 89 near<br />

Fallen Leaf Lake), <strong>and</strong> Yuba Pass (off Highway<br />

49)<br />

BEGINNER TIP: “Sledding has risks that aren’t<br />

always obvious,” he warns. “It’s important to<br />

check out the environment before sledding,<br />

because sleds pick up speed quickly <strong>and</strong> don’t<br />

steer well. Look for any obstacles, such as<br />

trees, rocks, <strong>and</strong> people. If possible, sled at a<br />

resort where an appropriate sledding slope<br />

has been identified.”<br />

7<br />

ICE<br />

HOCKEY<br />

BENEFITS/CALORIES BURNED: Susan<br />

Sweetser, a spokesperson at Skatetown<br />

Ice Arena, says ice hockey develops<br />

endurance <strong>and</strong> the cardiovascular system,<br />

boosts metabolism, is a full-body workout,<br />

enhances muscular strength, develops<br />

h<strong>and</strong>-eye coordination, improves body<br />

coordination <strong>and</strong> balance, develops<br />

social skills <strong>and</strong> the spirit of team work,<br />

improves communication, <strong>and</strong> boosts<br />

brain <strong>and</strong> mental acuity. Calories burned<br />

can depend on how much you weigh, how<br />

fast you move, <strong>and</strong> how hard you play. For<br />

example, if you weigh 150 pounds, you<br />

can burn approximately 285 calories in<br />

30 minutes.<br />

TRY IT: Folsom Historic District Ice Rink<br />

(200 Wool Street, Folsom, 916-936-4410,<br />

folsomicerink.com); Skatetown Ice Arena<br />

(1009 Orl<strong>and</strong>o Avenue, Roseville, 916-783-<br />

8550, skatetown.biz)<br />

BEGINNER TIP: Ryan Frisch, a local hockey<br />

player, shares three tips to those interested<br />

in picking up the sport. “Make sure to<br />

invest in a good-fitting pair of skates—they<br />

don’t need to be top-of-the-line, but go to<br />

a pro shop <strong>and</strong> have them fit you properly.<br />

Second, join a ‘learn-to-play’ hockey class<br />

at a local rink—this is a low-pressure way<br />

to learn the game with others in the same<br />

situation. And third, play as much as you<br />

can. There are drop-in pickup sessions <strong>and</strong><br />

skill sessions offered where you can finetune<br />

your skating <strong>and</strong> your skills.”<br />

8 Curling<br />

BENEFITS/CALORIES BURNED: Sweetser<br />

says curling is an aerobic workout,<br />

increasing your heart rate <strong>and</strong> improving<br />

the cardiovascular system. “You can<br />

put on about two miles walking up <strong>and</strong><br />

down the ice during a game,” she says.<br />

“Plus, the sweeping motion involved in<br />

directing the rock increases heart rate <strong>and</strong><br />

improves your cardiovascular system.” It<br />

also strengthens your muscles, improves<br />

flexibility, <strong>and</strong> can be done by anyone.<br />

Curling burns a lot of calories—356 calories<br />

an hour for an average man <strong>and</strong> 304 for a<br />

woman—yet because you’re playing on<br />

ice, you don’t perspire as much, she says.<br />

TRY IT: Skatetown Ice Arena (1009 Orl<strong>and</strong>o<br />

Avenue, Roseville, 916-783-8550,<br />

skatetown.biz)<br />

BEGINNER TIP: “Start at a learn-to-curl clinic<br />

(the Wine Country Curling Club hosts<br />

them year-round) where you’ll get an<br />

overview of the game, etiquette <strong>and</strong> on-ice<br />

safety, learn delivery basics <strong>and</strong> sweeping,<br />

<strong>and</strong> play a short game (if time <strong>and</strong> space<br />

permit),” she says.<br />

Snowboarding photo courtesy of Northstar California. Other photos<br />

courtesy of Skatetown Ice Arena.<br />

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cause & effect<br />

Spirit of the Season<br />

31 Ways to Give Back in 31 Days by SHARON PENNY<br />

Andy Williams said it’s the most wonderful time of the<br />

year. But it’s not wonderful for everyone. Giving back to<br />

our community <strong>and</strong> helping those in need encourages a<br />

universal feeling of wonderful. Here’s 31 ways to put partridges in<br />

everyone’s pear trees <strong>and</strong> embrace the spirit of holiday giving for<br />

the rest of the season.<br />

Sponsor a needy family<br />

1<br />

<strong>and</strong> fulfill their wish list<br />

or help out wrapping gifts for<br />

Adopt a Family of Northern<br />

California. adoptafamilynorcal.<br />

org/get-involved<br />

shopping trip, <strong>and</strong> more.<br />

powerhouseministries.ivolunteer.<br />

com/cat18<br />

5<br />

Give blood <strong>and</strong> then pay<br />

it forward <strong>and</strong> volunteer<br />

winter by donating to a coat<br />

drive. Folsom Car Stereo is<br />

accepting donations of new<br />

<strong>and</strong> gently used winter coats<br />

through <strong>December</strong> 31; new<br />

coats (infant to adult sizes)<br />

are needed for <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong><br />

<strong>County</strong> Office of Education’s<br />

Fall/Winter Coat Drive, <strong>and</strong><br />

gently used coats <strong>and</strong> other<br />

items are being accepted for<br />

the Military Family Support<br />

Group of Placerville. facebook.<br />

Show your appreciation<br />

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for your local first<br />

responders by bringing<br />

homemade treats to your<br />

nearest fire or police station.<br />

(Oh, <strong>and</strong> make a LOT—they<br />

have big appetites!)<br />

NorCal Cocker Rescue in<br />

16<br />

Cameron Park wants you!<br />

Volunteer today <strong>and</strong> surround<br />

yourself with cocker spaniels.<br />

norcalcockerrescue.org/volunteer<br />

2<br />

Host a Mattress Firm<br />

Foster Kids Secret Santa<br />

to help serve refreshments to<br />

other blood donors. bloodsource.<br />

org/volunteer<br />

com/folsomcarstereo, edcoe.org/forparents/special-projects/coat-drive,<br />

mfsgonline.org<br />

17<br />

Volunteer to be a dog<br />

walker, photographer, or<br />

Toy Drive through <strong>December</strong><br />

16 or a Pajama Drive starting<br />

<strong>December</strong> 17, <strong>and</strong> make the<br />

season a little merrier for<br />

foster kids in need.<br />

mattressfirmfosterkids.org<br />

3<br />

Start a “reverse advent<br />

calendar.” Add food or a<br />

Go social. Choose a local<br />

6<br />

charity that’s near <strong>and</strong><br />

dear to your heart <strong>and</strong> set up a<br />

Facebook fundraiser. Encourage<br />

your friends <strong>and</strong> family to<br />

contribute whatever they can—<br />

every little bit counts! facebook.<br />

com/fundraisers<br />

11<br />

Sew some cheer! Help<br />

Project Linus wrap<br />

groomer, among other jobs, at <strong>El</strong><br />

<strong>Dorado</strong> <strong>County</strong> German<br />

Shepherd Rescue. edcgsr.com/jobs<br />

Become a driver for your<br />

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local Meals on Wheels or<br />

Senior Nutrition Services <strong>and</strong><br />

bring good cheer <strong>and</strong> a warm<br />

meal to older adults. mowsac.org/<br />

household item to a box every<br />

day, <strong>and</strong> at the end of the<br />

month, donate it to a local<br />

food bank, shelter, or charity<br />

of your choice.<br />

Volunteers are needed<br />

4<br />

for PowerHouse<br />

Ministries’ Christmas Around<br />

Towne event on <strong>December</strong> 8<br />

at Lakeside Church in Folsom.<br />

The all-day celebration is a<br />

collaborative community<br />

program offering families in<br />

crisis or need the opportunity<br />

to receive assistance this<br />

season with a dignified<br />

approach via brunch, a<br />

Donate food, funds, or<br />

7<br />

physical labor to Twin<br />

Lakes Food Bank, Food Bank of<br />

<strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> <strong>County</strong>, or the Placer<br />

Food Bank <strong>and</strong> help them with<br />

their holiday outreach.<br />

foodbankedc.org, placerfoodbank.org/<br />

volunteer, twinlakesfoodbank.<br />

sustaininggood.com<br />

Bring some joy to<br />

8<br />

Eskaton’s senior<br />

community by visiting, reading,<br />

<strong>and</strong> reminiscing with residents.<br />

eskaton.org/foundation/volunteeropportunities.html<br />

Volunteers are needed for<br />

9<br />

Homeless Assistance<br />

Resource Team (HART) of<br />

Folsom’s Winter Shelter<br />

running through March 2019.<br />

hartoffolsom.org<br />

10<br />

Help keep the less<br />

fortunate warm this<br />

needy children in homemade<br />

blankets <strong>and</strong> quilts. projectlinus.<br />

org/volunteer, 916-804-9625<br />

Volunteer at Fat Kitty<br />

12<br />

City, foster a furry<br />

friend, or consider adopting a<br />

forever friend. fatkittycity.org<br />

Donate to Rolling Hills<br />

13<br />

Blue Star Moms <strong>and</strong> help<br />

active troops, veterans, <strong>and</strong><br />

veterans’ families in need.<br />

Sponsor a box for $50 or<br />

donate items from the group’s<br />

needs list.<br />

rollinghillsbluestarmoms.org/carepackages-1.html<br />

Buddy the <strong>El</strong>f said “the<br />

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best way to spread<br />

Christmas cheer is singing<br />

loud for all to hear,” so gather<br />

some friends <strong>and</strong> go caroling!<br />

volunteer, seniorsfirst.org/get-involved/<br />

volunteer, 530-621-6160<br />

Make a t difference in the<br />

19<br />

community by donating<br />

your time to Marshall Medical<br />

Center (junior volunteers are<br />

also welcome). marshallmedical.org/<br />

volunteer<br />

Feel the purr at<br />

20<br />

Fieldhaven Feline Center<br />

<strong>and</strong> become a cat care<br />

volunteer, foster a cat in need of<br />

TLC, or donate food to their Pet<br />

Food pantry. fieldhaven.com/<br />

volunteers<br />

Donate your elbow grease<br />

21<br />

<strong>and</strong> volunteer at your local<br />

Habitat For Humanity. edchabitat.<br />

org/volunteer, foothillshabitat.org<br />

Purchase a gift with<br />

22<br />

meaning from 4 Direction<br />

Farm’s Soul Filled Creations.<br />

Through the br<strong>and</strong>, young<br />

Photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

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Deluxe Greeting<br />

Card: $4 each or<br />

6 for $20<br />

individuals with disabilities<br />

create h<strong>and</strong>crafted items<br />

from start to finish<br />

including bath bombs, lip<br />

balms, greeting cards, <strong>and</strong><br />

more. 4directionsfarm.org/soulfilled-creations<br />

23<br />

Double up on<br />

compassion:<br />

Monetary donations to Rocklin’s Compassion<br />

Planet will be doubled through <strong>December</strong> 31.<br />

Help aged-out foster youth <strong>and</strong> youth from atrisk<br />

backgrounds meet their fullest potential.<br />

compassionplanet.org<br />

Every time a bell rings, an angel gets it<br />

24<br />

wings. Volunteer to be a bell ringer for<br />

your local Salvation Army. volunteer.usawest.org/<br />

home.aspx<br />

Volunteer with St. Vincent de Paul of<br />

25<br />

Roseville <strong>and</strong> help deliver bags of<br />

groceries to homebound seniors <strong>and</strong> disabled<br />

persons in the area. placersvdp.com/how-you-canhelp/volunteer<br />

Donate new or gently used toys <strong>and</strong><br />

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books to Baby Steps Therapy <strong>and</strong> help<br />

children with autism <strong>and</strong> developmental<br />

disorders. babystepstherapy.com/help-keep-us-going<br />

Volunteer as an adult literacy tutor for<br />

27<br />

PALS (Placer Adult Literacy Service) at<br />

one of Placer <strong>County</strong>’s 11 libraries. placer.ca.gov/<br />

departments/library/placeradultliteracy<br />

Social_Rescue_<strong>Style</strong>-0418-Ad.indd 1<br />

3/18/18 10:12 AM<br />

Hold a diaper drive for Lighthouse<br />

28<br />

Counseling & Family Resource Center<br />

<strong>and</strong> help them continue to provide essential<br />

family wellness services. lighthousefrc.org/ways-tohelp<br />

Photo courtesy of its respective company or organization.<br />

Start a curbside book exchange in your<br />

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neighborhood through Little Free<br />

Library, or check online <strong>and</strong> see if there’s one<br />

in your area, <strong>and</strong> donate some books!<br />

littlefreelibrary.org<br />

H<strong>and</strong>s4Hope provides holiday<br />

30<br />

inspiration for kids ages 8-18. Volunteer<br />

at their annual Winter Boutique or community<br />

outreach programs. h<strong>and</strong>s4hopeyouth.org<br />

New Year’s Eve is a scary time for pets;<br />

31<br />

consider fostering a dog from one of our<br />

local shelters <strong>and</strong> helping them adjust to a<br />

loving environment. foothilldogrescue.org,<br />

havendogrescue.org/foster-application, placerspca.org/<br />

volunteer-home/foster<br />

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Holiday<br />

Gift<br />

Guide<br />

75+<br />

Fab Finds for All<br />

Curated by Megan Wiskus<br />

In a bind about what to buy for all those hard-to-shop-for<br />

folks on your list? This year’s guide is chock-full of goodies for<br />

all tastes <strong>and</strong> budgets. Ready, set, shop local!<br />

Bottom photo ©Tierney - stock.adobe.com<br />

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Epic Local Pass, $709<br />

(includes unlimited<br />

skiing or riding for<br />

adults 7 days a week;<br />

restrictions apply) at<br />

27 resorts including<br />

Heavenly, Northstar, <strong>and</strong><br />

Kirkwood, skiheavenly.<br />

com/plan-your-trip/liftaccess/passes<br />

FOR<br />

OUTDOOR<br />

ENTHUSIASTS<br />

FootJoy StaSof Men’s Golf<br />

Gloves, $24.99 at Granite<br />

Bay Golf Club, 9600 Golf<br />

Club Drive, Granite Bay.<br />

916-791-7578, clubcorp.<br />

com/clubs/granite-baygolf-club<br />

Minelab EQUINOX 800<br />

Metal Detector, $899 at<br />

Placerville Hardware,<br />

441 Main Street,<br />

Placerville. 530-622-1151,<br />

placervillehardwareinc.<br />

com<br />

Under Armour Women’s<br />

ColdGear Reactor Jacket,<br />

$200 at Sportsman’s<br />

Warehouse, 6640<br />

Lonetree Boulevard,<br />

Rocklin. 916-782-9900,<br />

sportsmanswarehouse.<br />

com<br />

Jetboil Flash Cooking<br />

System, $99.99 at<br />

Mosquito Creek Outfitters,<br />

3000 Mosquito Road,<br />

Placerville. 530-621-4500,<br />

mosquitocreekoutfitter.<br />

com<br />

Hydro Flask St<strong>and</strong>ard<br />

Mouth, $29.95 (18 oz.)<br />

at Gold Country Run +<br />

Sport, 4370 Town Center<br />

Boulevard, Suite 150, <strong>El</strong><br />

<strong>Dorado</strong> Hills. 916-303-4786,<br />

goldcountryrun<strong>and</strong>sport.<br />

com<br />

Photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

NS Bikes 2019 Eccentric Cromo,<br />

$1,999.99 at Mike’s Bikes, 705 Gold<br />

Lake Drive, Suite 320. 916-355-8901,<br />

mikesbikes.com<br />

Yosemite National Park<br />

Poster by Robert B. Decker,<br />

$35 at National Park Posters,<br />

national-park-posters.com<br />

Wilderness Systems Pamlico 135T T<strong>and</strong>em Kayak, $1,029 at Adventure<br />

Sports Kayak City, 7812 Auburn Boulevard, Citrus Heights. 916-565-1400,<br />

kayakcity.com<br />

DECEMBER <strong>2018</strong> // styleedc.com 25


FOR<br />

FASHIONISTAS<br />

Hunter Original<br />

Refined Rain<br />

Boots, $165<br />

at Hunter,<br />

hunterboots.com<br />

Tellason Black Japanese Selvedge<br />

Denim Jean Jacket, $260, <strong>and</strong> Aurora<br />

Lavender <strong>El</strong>m Burl Rose Fade<br />

Sunglasses, $149, at Martin Mattox,<br />

823 Lincoln Way, Auburn. 530-745-<br />

4157, martinmattox.com<br />

Vera Bradley Iconic<br />

Weekender Travel Bag,<br />

$118 at Robinson’s<br />

Pharmacy, 359 Main<br />

Street, Placerville.<br />

530-622-3186,<br />

robinsonspharmacy.com<br />

Minnie Rose<br />

Cashmere Ruana,<br />

$150 at Blue<br />

Skies, 466 Main<br />

Street, Placerville.<br />

530-622-1589,<br />

blueskiesclothing.com<br />

Timbuk2 Tuck<br />

Laptop Backpack,<br />

$79 at Timbuk2,<br />

timbuk2.com<br />

Drishti H<strong>and</strong>made<br />

Kyanite Ring, $46 at<br />

MoonChild Boutique,<br />

3004 Green Valley Road,<br />

Suite E-2, Cameron<br />

Park. 530-208-3157,<br />

ohanamoonyoga.com/<br />

moonchild<br />

.32ct 14K Rose Gold<br />

Diamond Ring, $890 at<br />

Berilian Fine Jewelers,<br />

2776 East Bidwell<br />

Street, Suite 400,<br />

Folsom. 916-817-8750,<br />

berilianjewelers.com<br />

Jimmy Crystal<br />

Readers, $74, <strong>and</strong><br />

Patricia Nash Zancona<br />

Tote Floral Deboss,<br />

$249, at My Martha<br />

Design Boutique,<br />

312 Main Street,<br />

Suite 103, Placerville.<br />

530-622-6009,<br />

mymarthadesign.com<br />

Vegan Black Belt, $40 at<br />

Slidebelts, based locally in<br />

<strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills, slidebelts.<br />

com<br />

ShedRain Auto Open Bubble<br />

Umbrella, $25 at Bag King,<br />

230 Palladio Parkway, Suite<br />

1217, Folsom. 916-923-9530,<br />

bagking.com<br />

Photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

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J Beverly Hills 5 in 1<br />

Styling Emulsion, $32,<br />

<strong>and</strong> Davines OI Oil, $44,<br />

at Ciao Bella Salon,<br />

4615 Missouri Flat Road,<br />

Placerville, 530-626-4247<br />

FOR<br />

BEAUTY BUFFS<br />

H<strong>and</strong>made Soap, $5 each or 5<br />

for $20 at 4 Directions Farm,<br />

4900 Windplay Drive, Building B,<br />

<strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills. 916-337-9993,<br />

4directionsfarm.org/soul-filledcreations<br />

NOTE: Receive a free lip balm with<br />

purchases over $15<br />

Aveda Chakra 4 Balancing<br />

Pure-Fume Mist Harmony,<br />

$30, <strong>and</strong> Himalayan Pink<br />

Salt Heart Stones, $10+, at<br />

Serenity Spa | Soul Yoga,<br />

3984 Douglas Boulevard,<br />

Suite 150, Roseville, 916-<br />

797-8550; 350 Palladio<br />

Parkway, Suite 1975,<br />

Folsom, 916-542-7363,<br />

serenityspaonline.com<br />

Lira Clinical BIO Hydra C Serum,<br />

$59, <strong>and</strong> Lira Clinical BIO Lift<br />

Crème, $80, at Adagio for Hair,<br />

4356 Town Center Boulevard,<br />

Suite 114, <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills. 916-<br />

939-6604, adagioforhair.com<br />

Photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

Jane Iredale Glow<br />

Time BB Cream, $48 at<br />

Destination Aesthetics,<br />

1731 Creekside Drive,<br />

Folsom, 916-844-4913,<br />

destinationaesthetics.<br />

com<br />

Holiday Blackberry Lip Gift<br />

Basket, $30 at FarmHouse<br />

Fresh, farmhousefreshgoods.<br />

com<br />

Malie Organics Mango Nectar<br />

Cream & Wash Gift Set, $35 at<br />

Asante Spa, 530 Post Court, <strong>El</strong><br />

<strong>Dorado</strong> Hills. 916-933-8905,<br />

asantespaedh.com<br />

V76 by Vaughn Energizing Shampoo<br />

<strong>and</strong> Conditioner, $19 each, <strong>and</strong><br />

V76 by Vaughn Energy Body Wash,<br />

$16, at Hammer & Nails Grooming<br />

for Guys, 195 Placerville Road,<br />

Suite 110, Folsom. 916-984-1111,<br />

hammer<strong>and</strong>nailsgrooming.com<br />

Zolia Vera Tobacco &<br />

Vetiver Shaving Cream,<br />

$19, <strong>and</strong> Cruelty-Free<br />

Vegan Brush, $10, at<br />

Panic & Swoon, 430<br />

Main Street, Placerville.<br />

530-303-8175,<br />

panic<strong>and</strong>swoon.co<br />

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FOR<br />

HOME SWEET<br />

HOMEBODIES<br />

Pottery Paradise Owl Accent<br />

Rock, $12.50 each, <strong>and</strong> Super<br />

Moss Woven Birdhouse<br />

Bungalow, $39.98, at Bushnell<br />

Gardens Nursery, 5255 Douglas<br />

Boulevard, Granite Bay. 916-<br />

791-4199, bushnellgardens.com<br />

Personalized Ornament,<br />

$25 at Remedy Rx<br />

Pharmacy, 1420 East<br />

Roseville Parkway, Suite<br />

130, Roseville. 916-740-<br />

1600, remedyrx.com<br />

Le Cadeaux Cheese Board with Laguiole Cheese Knife, $31, <strong>and</strong> Christmas<br />

Stag Printed Dish Towel, $6.50, at French Quarter Home Décor & Garden,<br />

6200 Pleasant Valley Road, <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong>. 530-497-5568, facebook.com/<br />

frenchquartereldorado<br />

The Spoonflower Quick-Sew<br />

Project Book by Anda Corrie,<br />

$27.50 at Face in a Book, 4359<br />

Town Center Boulevard, Suite 113,<br />

<strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills. 916-941-9401,<br />

getyourfaceinabook.com<br />

Jameson Bar Cart,<br />

$1,345.50, <strong>and</strong> Clydesdale<br />

Mirror, $500, at Kerrie Kelly<br />

Design Lab, based locally<br />

in Sacramento, kerriekelly.<br />

com/shop<br />

Custom Laser-Cut Wood Word<br />

Sign, $30, <strong>and</strong> Custom Laser-Cut<br />

Acrylic Name Ornaments, $15<br />

each, at Swoonable, made locally<br />

in Folsom, swoonable.net<br />

Juniper Ridge Desert<br />

Piñon Campfire Incense,<br />

$14 at Martin Mattox, 823<br />

Lincoln Way, Auburn. 530-<br />

745-4157, martinmattox.<br />

com<br />

Van Morrison The Prophet<br />

Speaks LP, $24.99 at Dimple<br />

Records, 1129 Roseville Square,<br />

Roseville, 916-781-2800; 313<br />

East Bidwell Street, Folsom,<br />

916-983-2600, dimple.com<br />

Love Your Body Essentials<br />

Reed Diffuser, $19 each<br />

at Time & Space, 414<br />

Vernon Street, Suite 110,<br />

Roseville. 916-771-8463,<br />

time<strong>and</strong>spaceroseville.com<br />

Pendleton Point Reyes Blanket, $249<br />

at H<strong>and</strong>ley’s Western Wear, 314 East<br />

Bidwell Street, Folsom. 916-983-2668,<br />

h<strong>and</strong>leyswesternwears.com<br />

Photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

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Indestructibles: Old<br />

MacDonald Had a Farm by<br />

Jonas Sickler, $5.95, <strong>and</strong><br />

Indestructibles: Humpty<br />

Dumpty by Jonas Sickler,<br />

$5.95, at Dearest Diapers,<br />

945 Roseville Parkway, Suite<br />

140, Roseville. 916-741-<br />

0930, dearestdiapers.com<br />

FOR<br />

COOL KIDS<br />

ON THE BLOCK<br />

Dungeon Mayhem, $15 at The<br />

Game Room Adventure Café,<br />

2085 Vine Street, Suite 106, <strong>El</strong><br />

<strong>Dorado</strong> Hills. 916-546-4419,<br />

thegameroomcafe.com<br />

Milkbarn Organic<br />

Muslin Swaddle, $30<br />

at Spin, 417 Roseville<br />

Square, Roseville. 916-<br />

784-7746, facebook.<br />

com/spingifts<br />

Magformers St<strong>and</strong>ard Set Line,<br />

$49.99 at BrainyZoo Toys,<br />

13000 Folsom Boulevard, Suite<br />

1005, Folsom. 916-353-2966,<br />

brainyzootoys.com<br />

Red Caribou Adventure Awaits Onesie, $34, <strong>and</strong><br />

Quincy Mae Organic Brushed Jersey Baby Dress, $25, at<br />

Bitte, based locally in Sacramento, bitteshop.com<br />

California bear <strong>and</strong> Star of Wonder photos by Ray Burgess. Other photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

Crazy Aaron’s Milky Way Cosmic<br />

Thinking Putty, $14.99, <strong>and</strong> Crazy<br />

Aaron’s Enchanting Unicorn Thinking<br />

Putty, $14.99, at T.W. Bonkers<br />

(Toys & Wonder), 398 Main Street,<br />

Placerville. 530-642-2671, facebook.<br />

com/bonkerstoystore<br />

I Love You California Bear,<br />

$16.99, <strong>and</strong> Star of Wonder<br />

300-Piece Jigsaw Puzzle,<br />

$12.99, at California Welcome<br />

Center, 2085 Vine Street,<br />

Suite 105, <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills.<br />

916-358-3700, visitcalifornia.<br />

com/attraction/californiawelcome-center-el-doradohills<br />

Constellation Blanket,<br />

$56+, <strong>and</strong> Animal<br />

Alphabet Cloth Book,<br />

$85, at Pitter Patterned<br />

Organic Quilts + Goods,<br />

made locally in Roseville,<br />

pitterpatterned.com<br />

Melissa & Doug Let’s Play House!<br />

Dust, Sweep & Mop, $29.95,<br />

<strong>and</strong> Melissa & Doug Flip & Serve<br />

Pancake Set, $19.95, at Placerville<br />

News Company, 409 Main Street,<br />

Placerville. 530-622-4510,<br />

pvillenews.com<br />

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FOR<br />

EPICUREANS<br />

Dipping Set, $24 (includes<br />

extra virgin olive oil, aged<br />

balsamic vinegar, <strong>and</strong><br />

dipping bowl) at We Olive,<br />

713 Sutter Street, Folsom.<br />

916-933-1650, weolive.<br />

com<br />

Holiday Tea Set, $40 at Tea Xotics,<br />

4356 Town Center Drive, Suite 112,<br />

<strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills. 916- 461-3548,<br />

teaxotics.com<br />

Dry Fly Washington Bourbon<br />

101, $64.99 at Whole<br />

Foods Market, 1001 Galleria<br />

Boulevard, Roseville, 916-781-<br />

5300, wholefoods.com<br />

Deluxe Pistachio<br />

Lovers Gift Box,<br />

$66.49 at Fiddyment<br />

Farms, 563 Second<br />

Street, Lincoln.<br />

916-645-7244,<br />

fiddymentfarms.com<br />

Organic Satsuma M<strong>and</strong>arins,<br />

$30 (7 lb. box; includes<br />

shipping) at Sunset Ridge<br />

Fine Fruits, 7825 Fox Hill Lane,<br />

Newcastle. 916-663-9158,<br />

gotm<strong>and</strong>arins.com<br />

Runamok Maple<br />

Sugarmaker’s Cut<br />

Maple Syrup, $29.95<br />

at Bravo Coffee Bar,<br />

813 Sutter Street, Suite<br />

G, Folsom. 916-803-<br />

8742, bravocoffeebar.<br />

homesteadcloud.com<br />

Small Platter, $75 (serves 5-8; includes<br />

4-5 chesses, 2-3 meats, seasonal fruits<br />

<strong>and</strong> accoutrements, <strong>and</strong> crackers or sliced<br />

baguette) at Cellar Door Platters, based<br />

locally in Rocklin, cellardoorplatters.com<br />

PET LOVERS<br />

Hear Doggy Silent Squeaker Flattie<br />

<strong>El</strong>ephant Toy, $12.99, <strong>and</strong> Pet Releaf Hemp<br />

Oil 330, $29.99, at sBarkles, 850 East<br />

Bidwell Street, Suite 150, Folsom. 916-984-<br />

0102, sbarkles.com<br />

Feline Greenies Pill Pockets Treats Chicken Flavor, $6.99,<br />

<strong>and</strong> Feline Greenies Dental Succulent Beef Flavor, $2.99,<br />

at Bark Avenue, 3919 Park Drive, Suite 50, <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills.<br />

916-941-7400, barkavenueca.com<br />

Christmas Tree Sweater, $31.99<br />

at The Doggie Bag, 6881 Douglas<br />

Boulevard, Granite Bay. 916-786-<br />

9663, thedoggiebag.com<br />

Reilly’s HempVet Hip<br />

& Joint Rewards+ Soft<br />

Chews, $11.99, <strong>and</strong><br />

Bones & Co Patties,<br />

$39.99 each, at<br />

Ben’s Barketplace,<br />

701 Pleasant Grove<br />

Boulevard, Suite 120,<br />

Roseville. 916-797-3647,<br />

bensbarketplace.com<br />

Bird Activity<br />

Center, $24.99<br />

at Lees’ Feed &<br />

Western Store,<br />

4110 Mother<br />

Lode Drive,<br />

Shingle Springs.<br />

530-677-4891,<br />

leesfeed.net<br />

Watermelon Shaped Microfleece<br />

Bed, $60 at Posh Puppy Boutique,<br />

6040 Stanford Ranch Road, Suite<br />

100, Rocklin. 916-435-3044,<br />

poshpuppyboutique.com<br />

Olvie oil dipping set photo by Ray Burgess. Other photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

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in history<br />

Water<br />

Works<br />

H.G. was from New Engl<strong>and</strong> where water wheels<br />

were used to operate factories <strong>and</strong> mills. He envisioned<br />

creating a water-powered industrial center in Folsom<br />

<strong>and</strong> made plans to build a sawmill, which required the<br />

construction of a dam <strong>and</strong> canal.<br />

He negotiated the first labor contract between a<br />

water company <strong>and</strong> the state of California in 1868. In<br />

exchange for 350 acres of property the state needed to<br />

build a prison, he received 30,000 hours of convict labor<br />

to build the dam. The first Folsom Dam was completed<br />

in 1891.<br />

H.G. never saw the completion of the dam or sawmill, however. He passed<br />

away in 1879, <strong>and</strong> his sons took over the business. The sawmill didn’t prosper,<br />

but the younger Livermores realized that instead of using water to power<br />

manufacturing, it could be used to power generators to create electricity.<br />

H.P., his brother Charles, <strong>and</strong> Albert Gallatin of Huntington-Hopkins Hardware<br />

created the Sacramento <strong>El</strong>ectric Power <strong>and</strong> Light Company in 1892. They explored<br />

the market for electric streetcars, streetlights, <strong>and</strong> factories <strong>and</strong> the logistics of<br />

building a powerhouse in Folsom to supply those markets.<br />

Folsom Powerhouse<br />

State Historic Park<br />

by JERRIE BEARD<br />

Horatio G. (H.G.) Livermore arrived in California in 1850<br />

banking on gold to make his fortune. What he learned instead<br />

was how to turn water to gold.<br />

In the early 1860s, H.G. <strong>and</strong> his sons, Horatio Putnam<br />

(H.P.) <strong>and</strong> Charles Edward, gained a controlling interest<br />

in the Natoma Water <strong>and</strong> Mining Company, which was<br />

organized in 1853 to divert water from the American River<br />

to mining camps. The Livermores had a gr<strong>and</strong>er vision for<br />

the water, however.<br />

In 1884, Thompson-Houston <strong>and</strong> Capital Gas companies began supplying<br />

limited electricity to Sacramento using small coal-burning steam engines. Most<br />

electricity being generated at the time was direct current, costly,<br />

Are you a<br />

<strong>and</strong> could only be transmitted short distances. H.P. wanted to<br />

fan of these photos? take advantage of new alternating current technology, which<br />

The photographer, Carrie<br />

would allow electricity generated in Folsom to be transmitted<br />

Nicole Burkett of Carrie<br />

Nicole Photography, will be to a substation in Sacramento 22 miles away. He received<br />

selling them—along with her designs for the powerhouse from Westinghouse <strong>and</strong> General<br />

other work—at this month’s<br />

Christmas Arts <strong>and</strong> Crafts Fair <strong>El</strong>ectric <strong>and</strong> chose to work with the latter because they were<br />

on <strong>December</strong> 2 from 9 a.m. willing to put $20,000 in machinery <strong>and</strong> equipment into the<br />

to 4 p.m. in Historic<br />

Folsom.<br />

powerhouse <strong>and</strong> help fund construction bonds.<br />

Work on the Folsom Powerhouse began.<br />

<strong>El</strong>ihu Thompson reworked four Edison directcurrent<br />

generators into alternating current<br />

generators. Transmission lines were run<br />

to a substation at Sixth <strong>and</strong> H Streets in<br />

Sacramento where the electricity would be<br />

converted to direct current <strong>and</strong> delivered<br />

to streetcars, which Livermore operated<br />

through a franchise.<br />

On July 11, 1895, at 5 p.m., crowds waited<br />

at the substation in Sacramento for the<br />

first transmission of power from Folsom.<br />

When the switch was thrown, nothing<br />

happened. Crossed wires were soon detected<br />

<strong>and</strong> repaired, but the second attempt at 2<br />

a.m. produced a similar result. A governor<br />

controlling the speed of the powerhouse<br />

generator had broken. A replacement part<br />

was obtained from the Southern Pacific<br />

Railroad <strong>and</strong> at 4 a.m. on July 13, 1895, a<br />

100-gun salute by the military detachment<br />

from Battery B shattered the morning hours<br />

announcing the arrival of the first electrical<br />

transmission from the Folsom Powerhouse.<br />

According to the July 15, 1895, issue<br />

of the Sacramento Daily Union, the Folsom<br />

Powerhouse was the largest long-distance<br />

transmission plant in the world, while the<br />

Folsom Dam was the largest in the U.S. In<br />

the same article, F.O. Blackwell, an engineer<br />

from General <strong>El</strong>ectric, prognosticated that<br />

this cheap source of power would allow “this<br />

State to supply her own needs very largely, if<br />

not wholly in manufactured products.”<br />

The Folsom Powerhouse operated until<br />

1952 when the original Folsom Dam was<br />

destroyed during construction of the new<br />

dam. The powerhouse was donated to the<br />

State of California in 1958 <strong>and</strong> is open to the<br />

public Wednesday-Sunday from noon to 4<br />

p.m.<br />

sources<br />

parks.ca.gov/?page_id=1340<br />

fairoakshistory.org/timeline.pdf<br />

California State Parks brochure “Folsom Powerhouse State<br />

Historic Park”<br />

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 89, Number 123, 15 July 1895<br />

Photos by Carrie Nicole Photography.<br />

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Committed to the Health & Well-Being of <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> <strong>County</strong><br />

WINTER <strong>2018</strong><br />

WHEN THE<br />

PAIN WON’T<br />

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DID YOU KNOW<br />

Reversing Type 2 Diabetes<br />

More than 50% of<br />

Americans have<br />

been diagnosed<br />

with diabetes<br />

or pre-diabetes.<br />

While many<br />

believe that type 2<br />

diabetes is a chronic <strong>and</strong> progressive disease<br />

that patients will need to learn to live with<br />

<strong>and</strong> manage for the rest of their lives, it is, in<br />

fact, reversible. “Medications like insulin <strong>and</strong><br />

metformin will help manage the symptoms<br />

of diabetes, but lifestyle <strong>and</strong> diet changes<br />

can actually reverse the disease,” says Connie<br />

Burgeson, MD, Medical Director of Marshall<br />

Diabetes <strong>and</strong> Nutrition Education.<br />

The steps to reversal are simple, though they<br />

require discipline <strong>and</strong> willpower. Here are a<br />

few things you can do:<br />

• <strong>El</strong>iminate added sugar from your diet.<br />

Instead, use a natural sweetener like stevia in<br />

your morning coffee or tea.<br />

• Avoid refined carbohydrates, including rice,<br />

pasta <strong>and</strong> bread. Try a lower carb alternative<br />

like brown rice <strong>and</strong> zucchini noodles.<br />

• Be sure to include good quality, healthy fats<br />

in your daily routine. Snack on almonds or<br />

olives <strong>and</strong> add avocado to your salad.<br />

• Exercise. It’s recommended to get 30 minutes<br />

of exercise at least five days a week. This can<br />

be as simple as parking as far as possible from<br />

your office, taking the stairs instead of the<br />

Marshall Medical Center now offers professional continuous glucose monitoring (Pro CGM) for<br />

patients with diabetes. Pro CGM provides continuous insight into glucose levels <strong>and</strong> patterns<br />

throughout the day <strong>and</strong> night for gaining better control.<br />

The Pro CGM system is a small sensor placed on the back of your upper arm by your doctor. It<br />

records up to 14 days of continuous glucose data. Your doctor can then download the data to look<br />

at trends <strong>and</strong> patterns <strong>and</strong> then adjust your treatment plan to<br />

optimize the management of your diabetes.<br />

The Pro CGM sensor doesn’t replace regular self-testing of<br />

your blood glucose, so be sure to continue your usual routine<br />

<strong>and</strong> maintain a log of your readings, diet, exercise, <strong>and</strong> insulin<br />

injections.<br />

elevator, or doing squats while you wait for<br />

your dinner to cook.<br />

• Take a probiotic. Studies suggest a link<br />

between the state of the bacteria in your gut<br />

with type 2 diabetes.<br />

• Eat your veggies. Try to get five servings of<br />

different color vegetables each day.<br />

A key to success in this process is to start small.<br />

Choose one of the above recommendations<br />

<strong>and</strong> slowly add more. Changing all of your<br />

habits at once can be difficult to maintain in<br />

the long term.<br />

It’s important to listen to your body as well.<br />

There is not one magic solution that will<br />

work for everyone, so make sure you find the<br />

right combination of lifestyle changes that<br />

are right for you.<br />

For more information, contact Connie<br />

Burgeson, MD, Marshall Family <strong>and</strong> Internal<br />

Medicine in Cameron Park at 530-672-7000.<br />

Device Offers Better Glucose<br />

Control <strong>and</strong> Monitoring<br />

For more information,<br />

contact Marshall Diabetes<br />

<strong>and</strong> Nutrition Education at<br />

530-672-7021.<br />

ABOUT MARSHALL<br />

MEDICAL CENTER<br />

Marshall Medical Center<br />

is an independent,<br />

nonprofit community<br />

healthcare provider located in<br />

the heart of the Sierra <strong>Foothills</strong><br />

between Sacramento <strong>and</strong><br />

South Lake Tahoe. Marshall<br />

Medical Center includes<br />

Marshall Hospital, a fully<br />

accredited acute care facility<br />

with 125 beds located in<br />

Placerville; several outpatient<br />

facilities in Cameron Park,<br />

<strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills, Placerville<br />

<strong>and</strong> Georgetown; <strong>and</strong> many<br />

community health <strong>and</strong><br />

education programs. Marshall<br />

has nearly 300 physicians<br />

<strong>and</strong> a team of over 1,500<br />

employees providing quality<br />

healthcare services to over<br />

175,000 residents of <strong>El</strong><br />

<strong>Dorado</strong> <strong>County</strong>.<br />

For Your HEALTH<br />

is published as a community<br />

service by<br />

MARSHALL MEDICAL CENTER<br />

1100 Marshall Way<br />

Placerville, CA 95667<br />

telephone 530-622-1441<br />

or 916-933-2273;<br />

www.marshallmedical.org<br />

It is intended to provide<br />

information about health in<br />

general as well as healthcare<br />

services <strong>and</strong> resources available<br />

in <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> <strong>County</strong>. Information<br />

comes from a wide range of<br />

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To reach the editor of For Your<br />

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BETTER CARE FOR YOU<br />

Many people<br />

don’t realize they<br />

have hearing loss<br />

until it becomes a<br />

problem<br />

Say What?<br />

High Tech Hearing Devices<br />

These are not your<br />

gr<strong>and</strong>father’s hearing<br />

aids. Today’s hearing<br />

device technology is now<br />

more powerful than ever.<br />

Marshall ENT & Hearing Center shares<br />

the following features <strong>and</strong> accessories that<br />

provide a more efficient <strong>and</strong> hassle-free<br />

experience.<br />

Rechargeability<br />

Several new models of hearing devices<br />

allow the convenience of rechargeable<br />

technology, meaning you never have<br />

to change a battery again. And the best<br />

news? You don’t have to purchase a br<strong>and</strong>new<br />

device. All you need to do is bring<br />

your device to Marshall’s Hearing Center<br />

for a simple switch of the battery door.<br />

This easy <strong>and</strong> convenient rechargeable<br />

technology provides a full day’s use with<br />

one overnight charge <strong>and</strong> allows you to<br />

hear without hassle. And if you happen<br />

to forget to charge your device one night,<br />

you can easily switch your rechargeable<br />

batteries out for disposables.<br />

TV Streamers<br />

TV streamers are a popular product<br />

for those with hearing loss <strong>and</strong> their<br />

families; they are used so everyone<br />

can have an enjoyable TV watching<br />

experience. These devices stream<br />

sound (some from as far as 23 feet<br />

away) straight to your hearing aids<br />

while your family <strong>and</strong> friends listen at<br />

a comfortable volume.<br />

Remote Microphones<br />

Remote microphones help those with<br />

hearing loss hear their conversation<br />

partner in noisy backgrounds <strong>and</strong><br />

from a distance. This device provides<br />

up to 62 percent more underst<strong>and</strong>ing<br />

in noise compared to those without<br />

hearing loss. The microphone settings<br />

automatically adjust to the noise levels<br />

around you as well as the speaker.<br />

L<strong>and</strong>line Bluetooth Phone<br />

There are even cordless phones that<br />

automatically stream calls to your<br />

hearing aids, resulting in improved<br />

speech underst<strong>and</strong>ing. These devices<br />

feature a direct dial button, h<strong>and</strong>sfree<br />

mode <strong>and</strong> compatibility for those<br />

without hearing loss.<br />

To schedule an appointment with<br />

a Marshall audiologist at either<br />

the Placerville or Cameron Park<br />

locations, call 530-344-2010 or visit<br />

marshallhearing.org.<br />

Hearing loss is the third most prevalent<br />

medical condition in the United States,<br />

falling just behind heart disease <strong>and</strong><br />

arthritis. The good news is that most<br />

people can improve their hearing through<br />

treatment. In fact, except in cases where<br />

there is total hearing loss, almost everyone<br />

will have treatment options available.<br />

You can trust the Marshall Hearing Center<br />

to provide the highest level of quality,<br />

professional service provided by certified<br />

audiologists. The team offers patients an<br />

approach that combines cutting-edge<br />

science with a personal touch.<br />

“Many people don’t realize they have<br />

hearing loss until it becomes a problem,”<br />

says Mark Payne, Au.D., CCC-A, Marshall<br />

Hearing Center.<br />

Services include a complete hearing profile<br />

<strong>and</strong> assessment as well as a medical<br />

referral for hearing technology services<br />

if necessary. While hearing loss cannot<br />

be reversed, hearing aids <strong>and</strong> cochlear<br />

implants have allowed thous<strong>and</strong>s to<br />

overcome their hearing issues.<br />

Audiology services include:<br />

• Diagnostic audiological evaluations for<br />

adults <strong>and</strong> children<br />

• Counseling <strong>and</strong> second opinion<br />

evaluations<br />

• Dispensing of digital, programmable <strong>and</strong><br />

conventional hearing devices<br />

• Service, repair, <strong>and</strong> readjustments for<br />

most br<strong>and</strong>s of hearing devices<br />

• Dispensing of Assistive Listening Devices<br />

• Aural Rehabilitation<br />

• Custom Ear Plugs & Swim Molds<br />

• VNG Testing for vertigo.<br />

For more information about Marshall Medical Center, visit www.marshallmedical.org or follow us on<br />

Facebook/marshallmedicalcenter, twitter.com/MarshallMedical, on YouTube, LinkedIn <strong>and</strong> on Instagram<br />

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COVER STORY<br />

When the Pain<br />

Won’t Go Away<br />

SPECIAL AD SECTION<br />

Gloria Evraiff knows pain. Born with<br />

pelvic deformities, she’s undergone<br />

20 major surgeries <strong>and</strong> suffers<br />

from chronic low back <strong>and</strong> pelvic<br />

pain. But that’s not all. She also<br />

suffers from kidney stones, bowel<br />

obstructions <strong>and</strong> bone pain from<br />

recently diagnosed bone cancer. All of her life, the pain has<br />

been constant.<br />

“Whenever I was hospitalized, they couldn’t manage my<br />

pain. The doctors looked at my history <strong>and</strong> would glaze<br />

over. When they saw I was already taking up to 300 mg of<br />

oxycodone they knew it would be dangerous to give me<br />

any more.” Oxycodone is a prescription drug used for the<br />

management of pain. It <strong>and</strong> others like it have a risk for<br />

abuse <strong>and</strong> addiction, which can lead to overdose <strong>and</strong> death.<br />

Every day in the U.S., more than 90 Americans die after<br />

overdosing on opioids—deeming the issue a national public<br />

health emergency.<br />

Chronic pain – one that persists over months or years – is<br />

an epidemic in this country. It is also difficult to address as<br />

people use different words to describe their pain. No one<br />

can truly know another’s pain because it’s subjective. “I<br />

was frustrated,” said Gloria,” I was taking too many opiates<br />

<strong>and</strong> no one was giving me a solution. I was in terrible shape<br />

from excessive opiate use. I needed a plan but no pain<br />

management doctors would see me.”<br />

“I needed a new primary care doctor <strong>and</strong> that’s how I found<br />

Dr. Jay at Marshall Medical Center. Going over my history,<br />

she was hesitant to treat my pain at first, saying she doesn’t<br />

deal with my level of pain prescriptions. She told me she was<br />

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worried about me. She asked if I was<br />

open to trying a different type of pain<br />

management program. I believed she<br />

understood that I truly was in pain. I<br />

was confident we could work together<br />

<strong>and</strong> I wanted to try her plan.”<br />

Those dependent on opioids for pain<br />

management have<br />

options including<br />

treatment at<br />

Marshall’s new<br />

Clinically Assisted<br />

Recovery <strong>and</strong><br />

Education Services<br />

(CARES) clinic in<br />

Placerville. Headed<br />

by Loni Jay, MD,<br />

the clinic provides<br />

treatment with<br />

medications that<br />

not only address<br />

pain but helps<br />

lessen dependency<br />

<strong>and</strong> withdrawal<br />

symptoms. As part<br />

of the program,<br />

patients also receive<br />

counseling <strong>and</strong> a support system.<br />

Marshall CARES accepts <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong><br />

<strong>County</strong> Medi-Cal <strong>and</strong> California<br />

Health <strong>and</strong> Wellness <strong>and</strong> most PPO<br />

insurance. For the uninsured or<br />

under-insured, grants are available to<br />

assist with cost, including gas cards to<br />

help with transportation.<br />

Recovery from opioid addiction is a<br />

long <strong>and</strong> challenging process <strong>and</strong> it’s<br />

essential that patients commit fully<br />

to their recovery. Not only must they<br />

overcome withdrawal, but also address<br />

co-occurring conditions such as<br />

depression, anger <strong>and</strong> anxiety, as well<br />

as change their behavior <strong>and</strong> lifestyle<br />

to avoid relapse. While some people<br />

find themselves buying pills or heroin<br />

off the street to get “high” <strong>and</strong> are stuck<br />

in this cycle of addiction, other people<br />

have come to long-term opioid use<br />

from their experience of chronic pain.<br />

While its known physical dependence<br />

is not the same as addiction, some of<br />

the same medications can still improve<br />

the quality of these patients’ lives.<br />

“After working with Dr. Jay for two<br />

years, I have gotten down to 10-20%<br />

of my previous prescription level. We<br />

got the total dosage down so that more<br />

painful flare ups can now be treated<br />

when I go into the hospital, which<br />

is important because of my ongoing<br />

conditions,” says Gloria.<br />

Adds Dr. Jay, “A<br />

big issue we need<br />

to overcome is the<br />

stigma of the disease<br />

of addiction as well<br />

as the stigma of<br />

chronic pain. The<br />

cases we see of opioid<br />

addiction often start<br />

as a prescription<br />

for acute or chronic<br />

pain that grows into<br />

a larger prescription,<br />

then purchasing<br />

pills off the street,<br />

<strong>and</strong> before you<br />

know it, the patient<br />

is buying heroin<br />

because it’s cheaper.<br />

As physicians, we have to be careful<br />

with our prescribing <strong>and</strong> be aware<br />

addiction is a medical disease<br />

process that deserves evidence-based<br />

treatment. For our patients with<br />

chronic pain, buprenorphine can<br />

often help them manage pain with<br />

much lower risk of overdose or the<br />

development of tolerance.<br />

Gloria agrees. “Buprenorphine more<br />

effectively manages my chronic <strong>and</strong><br />

acute pain. It really reduces my cycle<br />

of pain <strong>and</strong> withdrawal. That’s how<br />

I got down to the lower dosage. On<br />

the program, I can get medication for<br />

pain <strong>and</strong> I’m not high all day. I can<br />

function. I still have good days <strong>and</strong><br />

bad days, but I can drive, I can help<br />

my husb<strong>and</strong> with our business, I can<br />

take my dogs for a walk <strong>and</strong> I can do<br />

housework.”<br />

“With chronic pain, it is so important<br />

to find a doctor that recognizes the<br />

implications <strong>and</strong> complications. I have<br />

literally seen hundreds of doctors <strong>and</strong><br />

I’m really grateful I found Dr. Jay.”<br />

Help for Addiction<br />

If you are currently addicted to an opioid<br />

like Norco, OxyContin or heroin <strong>and</strong><br />

want to break the cycle of use, you may<br />

be a c<strong>and</strong>idate for medication assisted<br />

treatment at Marshall CARES. Utilizing<br />

safe alternative medicine that relieves<br />

the cravings <strong>and</strong> withdrawal symptoms,<br />

a personal plan is created for your<br />

recovery.<br />

You can get help two ways:<br />

1<br />

In the event of an emergency such<br />

as agonizing withdrawal, come to<br />

the Marshall Hospital Emergency<br />

Department. Opioid addiction treatment<br />

is given at Marshall 24/7, through the ED<br />

Bridge Program. A single visit can<br />

provide 24 to 48 hours of withdrawal <strong>and</strong><br />

cravings suppression. You’ll be referred<br />

to Marshall CARES (Clinically Assisted<br />

Recovery & Education Services) for<br />

follow up treatment.<br />

2<br />

Call Marshall CARES to make an<br />

appointment. You may be referred<br />

by your primary care provider or<br />

self-refer for treatment. Marshall CARES<br />

accepts <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> <strong>County</strong> Medi-Cal <strong>and</strong><br />

California Health <strong>and</strong> Wellness <strong>and</strong> most<br />

PPO insurance. For those with no<br />

insurance, grants are available to assist<br />

with costs for opioid treatment.<br />

Emergency Department<br />

1100 Marshall Way<br />

Placerville, CA 95667<br />

Marshall CARES<br />

1045 Marshall Way<br />

Placerville, CA 95667<br />

530-621-7965<br />

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DID YOU KNOW<br />

Shingles:<br />

What You Need to Know<br />

You’ve probably seen the commercials on TV. If you had the chicken pox<br />

as a child, you have the shingles virus in your nerve cells. This fact can<br />

be unnerving. Shingles is a painful skin rash, typically localized in one<br />

wide stripe on one side of the body, with tingling or pain where the<br />

rash is.<br />

In most cases, the rash will heal within two-to-four weeks. However,<br />

for some, ongoing nerve pain can last months or even years.<br />

Now, there’s a new vaccine called Shingrix® that can fend off this unpleasant<br />

condition. The Centers for Disease Control <strong>and</strong> Prevention (CDC) recommend<br />

this vaccine for healthy adults over the age of 50. It’s a two dose vaccine, <strong>and</strong> will prevent<br />

shingles <strong>and</strong> its complications. Even if you’ve had shingles in the past or received a different<br />

shingles vaccine, you can still receive Shingrix to prevent recurrence.<br />

Contact your primary care physician to learn more about the vaccine today.<br />

Balancing Screen Time<br />

with Play Time<br />

Once such concern is screen addiction. Some children can<br />

become addicted to those tablets <strong>and</strong> end up playing games,<br />

educational or otherwise, instead of doing homework,<br />

sleeping, or interacting with friends <strong>and</strong> family. Another<br />

concern is blue light. This spectrum of light emitted by<br />

tablets, smart phones, <strong>and</strong> even televisions, can have a<br />

detrimental effect on sleep patterns <strong>and</strong> eye sight.<br />

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Screen time these days looks quite different than it did<br />

when we were growing up, different even than it did ten<br />

years ago. It used to mean plopping your kid in front of<br />

Sesame Street or Teletubbies while we quickly scramble to do the<br />

breakfast dishes or throw a load of laundry in the washer.<br />

No longer is “screen time” a passive activity. With the invention<br />

of tablets <strong>and</strong> thous<strong>and</strong>s of apps, kids of all ages can play<br />

interactive games that help them build skills like reading,<br />

math <strong>and</strong> more. But there are still some concerns about too<br />

much screen time with kids.<br />

So while screen time isn’t as “bad” as it used to be, it’s still<br />

important to create boundaries for your kids. Limit the<br />

number of hours each day they’re using tablets <strong>and</strong> limit any<br />

screen time for the hour before bedtime.<br />

And don’t forget about play time. “Physical activity reduces<br />

children’s risk of obesity <strong>and</strong> diabetes along with improving<br />

muscle <strong>and</strong> bone strength. That’s true for adults too!” says<br />

Bethany Krieger of Marshall Whole Child Health in <strong>El</strong><br />

<strong>Dorado</strong> Hills. Organized sports can be a great way for kids<br />

to get that physical activity, as well as provide important<br />

interaction with other children. Learning team work <strong>and</strong><br />

social skills are other important benefits of sports <strong>and</strong> play<br />

time for kids.<br />

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FOUNDATION NEWS<br />

Honor Nurses<br />

Canine Visits<br />

Available<br />

Dogs provide more than<br />

unconditional love <strong>and</strong><br />

companionship. They offer<br />

proven medical benefits.<br />

For someone battling an illness,<br />

affection from a four-legged friend<br />

can make the difference between a<br />

good <strong>and</strong> bad day.<br />

Doctors John<br />

Mathewson<br />

<strong>and</strong><br />

Quentin<br />

Bonser had<br />

a dream<br />

of helping<br />

nurses<br />

further their education <strong>and</strong> upgrade<br />

their skills. On September 21, the<br />

annual Honor a Nurse celebration,<br />

sponsored by Union Bank <strong>and</strong><br />

Marshall Foundation for Community<br />

Health, honored the service of 46<br />

nurses <strong>and</strong> awarded scholarships to<br />

nine others.<br />

In 1990, doctors Mathewson <strong>and</strong><br />

Bonser established a scholarship<br />

fund with Marshall Foundation<br />

for Community Health. Since then,<br />

scholarship recipients have received<br />

more than $290,000 in scholarships.<br />

Increased levels of nursing training<br />

Marshall nurses were honored on September 21, <strong>2018</strong>.<br />

return to our community each year<br />

through the Mathewson-Bonser<br />

Nursing Scholarship fund. In <strong>2018</strong>, a<br />

total of $25,000 was awarded to the<br />

following scholarship recipients:<br />

• Emily Cassel, Outpatient Surgery<br />

• Sierra DeGallery, Telemetry <strong>and</strong><br />

Stroke Unit <strong>and</strong> Medical Surgical Unit<br />

• Morgan Gwisdala, Telemetry <strong>and</strong><br />

Stroke Unit<br />

• Bakytkul Mansurova, RN, Wound<br />

Care<br />

• Janelle Mayhugh, Outpatient Infusion<br />

• Amber Melloway-Bettencourt,<br />

Telemetry <strong>and</strong> Stroke Unit<br />

• Ashlee Roman, RN, Medical Surgical<br />

Unit<br />

• Lauren Segon, Medical Surgical Unit<br />

• Kristi Sundberg, Transitional Care<br />

Center.<br />

Marshall’s animal assisted activity<br />

program provides our patients with<br />

the opportunity to interact with<br />

qualified pet visitors. These animals<br />

are part of a certified canine therapy<br />

organization <strong>and</strong> their h<strong>and</strong>lers<br />

are Marshall volunteers. Animal<br />

activities provide social interaction,<br />

sensory stimulation, relaxation <strong>and</strong><br />

stress reduction associated with<br />

hospitalization. This activity is NOT<br />

the same as a personal therapy<br />

animal or other animals outside of<br />

the approved organization.<br />

Donating to the Dogs on Call fund<br />

will allow the program to exp<strong>and</strong><br />

with therapy dogs touching the lives<br />

of many more people.<br />

You can give to Dogs on Call,<br />

<strong>and</strong> support canine therapy<br />

today:<br />

CALL 530-642-9984<br />

SEND your donation to<br />

Marshall Foundation-Dogs on<br />

Call Fund, PO Box 1996<br />

Placerville, CA 95667<br />

GIVE ONLINE<br />

at www.marshallfound.org/TBD<br />

or GoFundMe/TBD<br />

The passionate spirit <strong>and</strong> vision of doctors Mathewson <strong>and</strong> Bonser positively impacts <strong>and</strong> serves our community<br />

healthcare. Their legacy also inspires others to support our dedicated health care employees.<br />

To make a gift to the Nursing Scholarship Fund or any other Marshall Medical Center program or need, or to learn<br />

more about the many programs Marshall Foundation for Community Health provides to our community through your<br />

generous contributions, visit www.marshallfound.org<br />

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OTHER NEWS<br />

Breast Cancer:<br />

The Importance<br />

of Early Detection<br />

About<br />

Marshall<br />

Medical<br />

Center’s<br />

Cancer<br />

Program<br />

A life-altering illness deserves<br />

comprehensive care. Accredited<br />

by both the American College<br />

of Surgeons (ACOS) <strong>and</strong> the<br />

Commission on Cancer (CoC),<br />

Marshall Hematology/Oncology<br />

offers a broad range of cancerfighting<br />

services – expert<br />

physicians, an infusion center, <strong>and</strong><br />

a certified oncology pharmacy – all<br />

under one roof.<br />

A<br />

ccording to the<br />

American Cancer<br />

Society, breast<br />

cancer is the most<br />

common cancer<br />

among American<br />

women, with<br />

the exception of skin cancers. The<br />

average risk of a woman in the United<br />

States developing breast cancer is<br />

approximately 12%, meaning there is<br />

a 1 in 8 chance that any given woman<br />

will develop it. It’s also important to<br />

note that breast cancer is not specific to<br />

women. Instances of breast cancer in<br />

men are on the rise as well.<br />

Two of the most important strategies for<br />

a good outcome from breast cancer are<br />

early detection <strong>and</strong> seeking the most<br />

advanced treatments available. When<br />

breast cancer is found early, it’s usually<br />

small <strong>and</strong> has yet to spread to other<br />

parts of the body, thereby making it<br />

more easily treatable.<br />

It is crucial for women to know how<br />

their breasts normally look <strong>and</strong> feel so<br />

they can easily detect changes which<br />

could be indications of breast cancer.<br />

The most common symptom is a new<br />

lump or mass. Other symptoms include:<br />

• swelling of all or part of the breast<br />

• skin irritation, puckering or dimpling<br />

• breast or nipple pain<br />

• nipple retraction or change in position of<br />

the nipple<br />

• redness, scaliness, or thickening of the<br />

nipple or breast skin<br />

• nipple discharge<br />

• swelling or lumps in the lymph nodes<br />

under the arm or around the collar bone<br />

• any change in the size, shape or feel of<br />

your breast<br />

If you notice any of these symptoms, call<br />

your doctor to schedule an appointment.<br />

Your doctor will do an exam of your breast<br />

<strong>and</strong> ask you about other symptoms you<br />

may be experiencing, or suggest you get a<br />

mammogram for further exploration.<br />

Those who are under-insured can receive<br />

free mammogram assistance at Marshall<br />

Medical Center through the Cancer<br />

Resource Center in Cameron Park. Call<br />

530-672-7050 for more information.<br />

Since 2005, Marshall Medical<br />

Center’s Cancer Program has been<br />

accredited with commendation by<br />

the American College of Surgeons,<br />

Commission on Cancer (CoC).<br />

This means our program has<br />

been rigorously evaluated <strong>and</strong><br />

ensures that we meet or exceed the<br />

st<strong>and</strong>ards established by the CoC.<br />

Marshall’s Cancer Program is allinclusive,<br />

meaning that all medical<br />

<strong>and</strong> support services needed for<br />

effective treatment of all cancers we<br />

treat is available close by.<br />

Marshall’s Cancer Program is<br />

<strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> <strong>County</strong>’s patientcentered<br />

cancer treatment hub,<br />

where doctors remain on-call 24<br />

hours a day <strong>and</strong> provide referrals<br />

to specialists nationwide. The<br />

staff includes two board certified<br />

hematology/oncology physicians,<br />

in addition to two oncology certified<br />

nurses. Patients also benefit from<br />

patient navigators, registered<br />

dietitians <strong>and</strong> a social worker.<br />

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DINING SPOTLIGHT<br />

Folsom<br />

Palace<br />

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TRY THIS: War Won<br />

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Sichuan Kung Pao Prawns<br />

Salad, Shrimp<br />

Dumplings, Peking<br />

Duck, Lemon Chicken,<br />

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Prawns, Combination<br />

Vegetables, Thai Tofu<br />

Curry, Mongolian Beef,<br />

Northern China Chow<br />

Mein<br />

DRINKS: Beer <strong>and</strong><br />

wine<br />

TAB: $$<br />

Singapore <strong>Style</strong> Walnut Prawns Salad<br />

HEADS-UP: Sidewalk<br />

patio with Wi-Fi; low<br />

sodium <strong>and</strong> no MSG<br />

Chow Mein<br />

Shrimp Dumplings<br />

food preparation;<br />

daily lunch specials<br />

from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.;<br />

vegan options; platters<br />

available for private<br />

parties; free delivery<br />

(limited area) with $30<br />

minimum<br />

Surprise. This was my first impression<br />

as I walked through the doors<br />

of <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong> Hills’ newest Asian<br />

restaurant. White leather chairs,<br />

colored LED lights illuminating Chinesethemed<br />

art, <strong>and</strong> a modern mix of light <strong>and</strong> dark<br />

wood joined the sounds of four chefs working<br />

at a feverish pace in the open kitchen. The<br />

result? An über-contemporary, cool, <strong>and</strong> lively<br />

take on family-style Chinese dining.<br />

My wife <strong>and</strong> I started with a fun twist on<br />

one of her favorites: honey walnut prawns. In<br />

this case, the crowd-pleasing plate was served<br />

as a Singapore-style salad. Although I adore<br />

the entrée, it can be heavy <strong>and</strong> doesn’t reheat<br />

well as leftovers; conversely, the salad was<br />

light <strong>and</strong> boasted all the favorable textures<br />

<strong>and</strong> flavors found in the original with plenty<br />

of fresh veggies (lettuce, carrots, cucumber,<br />

<strong>and</strong> red cabbage) to cut through the protein’s<br />

deep-fried richness <strong>and</strong> creamy, sweet sauce.<br />

The shrimp dumpling appetizer—served<br />

in a bamboo steamer basket with eight silky,<br />

plump, shrimp-stuffed bundles of delicate<br />

delights—was an instant hit. Mix a little chili<br />

paste <strong>and</strong> soy sauce tableside, <strong>and</strong> everyone<br />

will be fighting for the last one.<br />

Next, we moved to the spicy side with<br />

an order of Sichuan shrimp—a sizzling<br />

portion of prawns alongside colorful bell<br />

peppers, bamboo shoots, onions, shiitake<br />

mushrooms, zucchini, <strong>and</strong> (a curious but<br />

welcome South of the Border addition) chayote<br />

in a fiery-sweet Sichuan sauce. A quick note<br />

here about Szechuan <strong>and</strong> Sichuan; in short,<br />

they’re interchangeable <strong>and</strong> both refer to the<br />

Sichuan province in China—famous for the<br />

wonderfully piquant Sichuan peppercorn <strong>and</strong><br />

a cooking style featuring intense flavoring of<br />

garlic <strong>and</strong> chili peppers. If you’re brave, ask<br />

for it SPICY!<br />

Once again acquiescing to my wife’s tastes,<br />

we ordered lemon chicken, her “safety dish.”<br />

She’s not a very adventurous diner, so the fried<br />

chicken breast in a luscious lemony glaze hit<br />

the mark for her timid taste buds who weren’t<br />

willing to venture in or near the red (hot) zone.<br />

Thankfully, all of their spicy dishes are<br />

defined by a red chili pepper on the menu,<br />

ensuring it’s easy to avoid or invite the heat.<br />

What’s more, each lunch special is served with<br />

soup <strong>and</strong> your choice of white rice, fried rice,<br />

chow mein, or brown rice—meaning there’s<br />

plenty of food <strong>and</strong> flavors to go ’round.<br />

Stop in for lunch or dinner <strong>and</strong> see what<br />

surprises await—you’ll be glad you did.<br />

NOTE: Check out their original location at 1169 Riley<br />

Street in Folsom.<br />

3941 Park Drive, Suite 10, <strong>El</strong> <strong>Dorado</strong><br />

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casual atmosphere, or relax at the<br />

bar with a cocktail <strong>and</strong> a savory<br />

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Bricks Eats & Drinks<br />

482 Main Street<br />

Placerville<br />

530-344-7757<br />

www.bricksonmainstreet.com<br />

Cascada is your Main Street<br />

Placerville destination for the finest<br />

Mexican Cuisine <strong>and</strong> Best Cocktails.<br />

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AMERICAN<br />

New owners have re-opened the<br />

former Tortilla Flats Mexican Restaurant<br />

in downtown Placerville adding a<br />

lively Mexican “Cantina” with a craft<br />

cocktail program <strong>and</strong> an exciting new<br />

menu featuring responsibly sourced<br />

ingredients. Tortilla Flats Cantina is<br />

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Tortilla Flats Cantina<br />

564 Main Street<br />

Placerville<br />

530-295-9408<br />

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Celebrating their 12th year in business,<br />

Heyday Café has been voted Best<br />

Overall Restaurant, Best Salad Place,<br />

Best Casual Restaurant <strong>and</strong> Best<br />

Wine Bar! Heyday Café presents fresh<br />

California cuisine with international<br />

influences. Lunch 7 days <strong>and</strong> dinner 6<br />

nights a week. Pouring over 40 wines!<br />

Reservations are encouraged.<br />

Heyday Café<br />

325 Main Street<br />

Placerville<br />

530-626-9700<br />

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AMERICAN<br />

BAKERY<br />

The Independent presents an<br />

outst<strong>and</strong>ing American fusion menu<br />

<strong>and</strong> a top-tier full bar. The scratch<br />

kitchen uses only the freshest, finest<br />

ingredients creating exceptional grill<br />

<strong>and</strong> seafood entrées. The bar prides<br />

itself on artisanal cocktails, freshsqueezed<br />

juices <strong>and</strong> house-made<br />

mixers. Beautiful outdoor patio!<br />

The Independent<br />

Restaurant <strong>and</strong> Bar<br />

629 Main Street, Placerville<br />

530-344-7645<br />

independentplacerville.com<br />

Winner for Best Bakery Sacramento-<br />

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Choice Best Bakery. Unique scratch<br />

bakery/deli specializing in Greek,<br />

Italian, Hungarian <strong>and</strong> Romanian<br />

Cuisine. Gluten-free <strong>and</strong> some<br />

vegan options! Take-out/Dine-in.<br />

Amazing!<br />

Farmer's Delicatessen <strong>and</strong> Bakery<br />

3952 Cambridge Rd.<br />

Cameron Park<br />

530-672-6800<br />

farmersdeli.net<br />

JAPANESE/SUSHI<br />

MEXICAN<br />

Kobe Sushi & Fusion is under new<br />

ownership with a lively new menu.<br />

Enjoy traditional nigiri sushi with<br />

quality sake or modern fusion<br />

tacos with local wines. Either way,<br />

we hope to bring fresh flavors to<br />

your table.<br />

Kobe Sushi & Fusion<br />

3300 Coach Lane<br />

Cameron Park<br />

530-672-9210<br />

kobecameronpark.com<br />

HUNGRY? Welcome to Casa Ramos,<br />

enjoy the RAMOS family recipes.<br />

Ranging from authentic classics like<br />

carne asada, chicken mole, <strong>and</strong> Borrego<br />

(lamb shank) to Mexican-American<br />

favorites like nachos, chimichangas<br />

<strong>and</strong> oversized burritos! Whichever dish<br />

chosen, you will leave satisfied!<br />

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TASTE / SEASONAL RECIPES<br />

Around the World<br />

in 5 Recipes<br />

From a smoked salmon starter to buttery baklava, we have five recipes from local chefs<br />

that will bring a taste of the world to this year’s holiday table. Bon appetit!<br />

photos by DANTE FONTANA<br />

Crostini al Salmone<br />

Submitted by<br />

Patrizia Russo<br />

Hickok, Owner at<br />

Vaiano Trattoria, 7160<br />

Douglas Boulevard,<br />

Granite Bay, 916-780-<br />

0888, vaianotrattoria.com<br />

• 1/2 cup mascarpone cheese<br />

• 1/4 cup parmesan cheese<br />

• 1/2 cup smoked salmon<br />

• Salt & pepper, to taste<br />

• Lemon slivers<br />

• French baguette<br />

Blend mascarpone cheese,<br />

parmesan cheese, <strong>and</strong> salmon in<br />

food processor to form a cream.<br />

Add salt <strong>and</strong> pepper to taste.<br />

Spread over toasted baguette<br />

or any kind of specialty bread or<br />

crackers of your choice. Add a sliver<br />

of lemon on top.<br />

Baked Butternut Penne<br />

Submitted by Nick Alves,<br />

Chef at La Provence, 110<br />

Diamond Creek Place,<br />

Roseville, 916-789-2002,<br />

laprovenceroseville.com<br />

• 1 lb. butternut squash, peeled <strong>and</strong> cut<br />

into 1/2-inch cubes<br />

• 2 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil<br />

• 1 tsp, kosher salt<br />

• 1/2 tsp. black pepper<br />

• 1/2 tsp. ground nutmeg<br />

• Pinch of red pepper flakes (optional)<br />

• 1/2 lb. penne<br />

• 2 tbsp. unsalted butter<br />

• 1/2 cup white onion, finely diced<br />

• 5 sage leaves, roughly chopped<br />

• 2 tbsp. all-purpose flour<br />

• 2 cups whole milk<br />

• 1/2 cup parmesan cheese<br />

TOPPING:<br />

Drizzle of pesto (optional)<br />

Chopped walnuts (optional)<br />

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Peel <strong>and</strong> chop<br />

butternut squash. Toss with olive oil, salt,<br />

pepper, nutmeg, <strong>and</strong> red pepper flakes.<br />

Roast for 40 minutes,<br />

until squash is tender.<br />

Remove from oven <strong>and</strong><br />

mash in a bowl with<br />

a fork. Reduce oven<br />

temperature to 350 degrees.<br />

Cook pasta according to instructions.<br />

Heat a saucepan on medium-high heat.<br />

Melt butter <strong>and</strong> add onions; cook until<br />

onions become translucent <strong>and</strong> tender,<br />

add sage, <strong>and</strong> cook for 1 minute. Add flour<br />

<strong>and</strong> cook for 1 minute until consistency<br />

becomes grain like. Slowly add milk,<br />

whisking constantly. Add in mashed<br />

butternut squash <strong>and</strong> mix until combined.<br />

Place cooked penne in the bottom of a<br />

baking dish <strong>and</strong> pour butternut squash<br />

sauce over the top. Sprinkle cheese over<br />

the top <strong>and</strong> place in the oven for 20<br />

minutes, or until cheese is golden brown.<br />

Remove from the oven <strong>and</strong> drizzle with<br />

pesto <strong>and</strong> chopped walnuts, if using.<br />

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Yuca con Chicharrón<br />

Submitted by<br />

Juan Ruiz, Co-<br />

Owner at Nuby’s<br />

Café, 329 East<br />

Bidwell Street,<br />

Folsom, 916-358-<br />

9210, nubyscafe.com<br />

• 1 lb. yuca (frozen or fresh), cubed;<br />

available at international markets<br />

or online<br />

• 5 lbs. pork shoulder, cut into 3” x<br />

3” pieces<br />

• 1 onion, quartered<br />

• 3 tbsp. salt<br />

• 4 whole garlic cloves<br />

Add water, yuca, <strong>and</strong> 1<br />

tablespoon salt to large<br />

saucepan <strong>and</strong> boil until fork<br />

tender (about 15 minutes).<br />

In a large pan filled with water,<br />

add 2 tablespoons salt, pork,<br />

onion, <strong>and</strong> garlic. Let water boil;<br />

once water has reduced by<br />

half, stir pork every 10 minutes<br />

until the water has evaporated <strong>and</strong> the pork is soft.<br />

Remove garlic.<br />

Deep-fry the yuca in oil heated to 350 degrees for<br />

about 10 minutes, or until crispy.<br />

Deep-fry the pork for about 5 minutes, or until crispy,<br />

<strong>and</strong> serve with curtido (coleslaw) <strong>and</strong> tomato salsa.<br />

Mexican Chocolate Pudding<br />

Turkish Baklava<br />

Submitted<br />

by Br<strong>and</strong>on<br />

Guenther,<br />

Chef/Owner<br />

at Tortilla<br />

Flats Cantina,<br />

564 Main Street,<br />

Placerville, 530-295-9408,<br />

tortillaflatscantina.com<br />

• 1 whole egg<br />

• 2 yolks<br />

• 6 oz. bittersweet chocolate (66-<br />

74% cacao)<br />

• 2 tbsp. unsalted butter, softened<br />

• 1 tsp. pure vanilla extract<br />

• 2 1/2 cups whole milk<br />

• 1/2 cup heavy cream<br />

• 1/3 cup brown sugar<br />

• 2 tbsp. unsweetened cocoa powder<br />

• 2 tbsp. cornstarch<br />

• 1/3 tsp. ground cinnamon<br />

• 1 pinch cayenne pepper<br />

• 1/4 tsp. kosher salt<br />

In a small heatproof bowl, whisk<br />

together the egg <strong>and</strong> yolks, set<br />

aside. Place chocolate, butter,<br />

<strong>and</strong> vanilla in a food processor<br />

(don’t turn on). In a medium pot<br />

over low heat, whisk together<br />

milk, cream, brown sugar, cocoa,<br />

<strong>and</strong> cornstarch <strong>and</strong> cook until<br />

it begins to boil. At that point,<br />

it will start to thicken; when it<br />

does, immediately pull off the<br />

heat.<br />

Pour a little of the hot cornstarch mixture into the<br />

eggs, stirring constantly, then whisk the eggs back<br />

into the pan with the remaining cornstarch mixture.<br />

Cook over low heat, whisking constantly, until<br />

mixture just returns to a bare simmer.<br />

Immediately pour into the food processor <strong>and</strong><br />

blend until very smooth. Pour into individual bowls,<br />

teacups, or 1 large decorative bowl. Cover with plastic<br />

wrap <strong>and</strong> refrigerate until firm <strong>and</strong> cold. Garnish with<br />

whipped cream, shaved chocolate, <strong>and</strong> cinnamon.<br />

Submitted by Metin Emek, Chef <strong>and</strong><br />

Owner of Northstar Home Baking, 2380<br />

Sunset Boulevard, Rocklin, 408-656-0830,<br />

northstarhomebaking.com<br />

• 1 box phyllo dough, thawed<br />

• 1/2 lb. melted butter<br />

• 1 lb. nuts (walnuts, almonds, pistachios),<br />

chopped<br />

SYRUP<br />

• 2 cups granulated sugar<br />

• 2 cups water<br />

• 2-3 drops lemon juice<br />

Make the syrup. Bring the sugar, water, <strong>and</strong><br />

lemon juice to a boil <strong>and</strong> cook about 15<br />

minutes over medium heat. Let cool.<br />

Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Take the<br />

phyllo dough <strong>and</strong> layer one by one on a<br />

sheet pan or cooking tray. Spread melted<br />

butter on each layer until you’re done with<br />

half. Spread the chopped nuts on top of<br />

the phyllo surface evenly. Cover the nuts<br />

with another layer of dough <strong>and</strong> keep<br />

spreading melted butter on the layers<br />

of remaining dough until the last sheet.<br />

Leave in the refrigerator for 10 minutes.<br />

Remove <strong>and</strong> cut the baklava shape of your<br />

choosing. Bake for 35-40 minutes or until<br />

golden brown. Remove <strong>and</strong> pour the cold<br />

syrup on it. Allow to cool before serving.<br />

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THE HOT LIST<br />

Slice of Heaven<br />

6 Best Pies compiled by STYLE STAFFERS // photos by DANTE FONTANA<br />

Raise your h<strong>and</strong> if you agree that everything tastes better in a buttery, flaky crust. Whether your palate<br />

prefers sweet or savory pies, we have a local slice you’ll want to savor. In no particular order…<br />

Sweetie Pie’s<br />

Fat’s Asia Bistro<br />

Ikeda’s California Country Market<br />

Hog Wild Bar-B-Que<br />

Karen’s Bakery<br />

La Provence Restaurant & Terrace<br />

“There isn’t much that<br />

hasn’t been said about the<br />

olallieberry pies at Sweetie<br />

Pie’s in Placerville, but I’m<br />

still going to say my piece. No<br />

matter how many other pies<br />

I try, I keep going back to<br />

the Peach-Olallieberry<br />

Pie that’s a notch above<br />

the regular olallieberry.<br />

Deep purple berries <strong>and</strong><br />

golden yellow peaches come<br />

together in this sweet-butnot-sickeningly-so<br />

pie that’s<br />

a true treasure. Try not to<br />

judge when I lick the plate<br />

clean.” sweetiepies.biz<br />

“I’d heard of Fat’s Asia<br />

Bistro’s legendary Banana<br />

Cream Pie <strong>and</strong> didn’t<br />

believe the hype till I tried<br />

it myself. The crust is very<br />

different from others I’ve<br />

had—glossier <strong>and</strong> slightly<br />

sweeter—<strong>and</strong> the filling itself<br />

is freshness personified. The<br />

heaped whipped cream is<br />

homemade (not that artificial<br />

store-bought stuff), <strong>and</strong><br />

the custard between the<br />

just-ripe-enough bananas<br />

is luxurious <strong>and</strong> creamy.<br />

This is the real deal, folks.”<br />

fatsasiabistro.com<br />

“I consider myself a local pie<br />

expert <strong>and</strong> for me, nothing<br />

beats the Chicken Pot Pie<br />

at Ikeda’s California Country<br />

Market in Auburn. When<br />

I’m not scarfing down their<br />

perfectly balanced strawberryrhubarb,<br />

I’m reveling in their<br />

savory pot pie that’s packed<br />

with the usual suspects:<br />

chicken, carrots, potatoes,<br />

peas, <strong>and</strong> celery, all cradled<br />

in their legendary buttery pie<br />

crust. They’re known for their<br />

pies, so you can’t really go<br />

wrong with any of the umpteen<br />

options they offer.” ikedas.<br />

com<br />

“If there’s ever a perfect way<br />

to end a BBQ meal, it’s with<br />

the Chocolate Fudge<br />

Pecan Pie from Hog Wild<br />

Bar-B-Que in Placerville. Not<br />

overwhelmingly chocolate-y<br />

or pecan-y, it provides a sweet<br />

respite from all that delicious<br />

meat. I’d never tasted chocolate<br />

<strong>and</strong> pecans together in a pie<br />

before but it’s now my favorite<br />

filling. Thick fudge, spicy pecans,<br />

<strong>and</strong> a side of whipped cream<br />

make for a sensual dessert<br />

that I can’t get enough of.”<br />

hogwildbar-b-que.com<br />

“Just when you thought<br />

Pumpkin Pie couldn’t get<br />

any better, Karen’s Bakery<br />

in Folsom ups the ante with<br />

a gingersnap crust. They also<br />

make it with a plain crust,<br />

but gingersnap is next-level<br />

goodness. The spiciness of the<br />

crust doesn’t overpower the<br />

earthy pumpkin filling <strong>and</strong> still<br />

manages to st<strong>and</strong> out from<br />

a plain Jane pie crust. Come<br />

Christmastime, it’s the only pie<br />

I get—family <strong>and</strong> friends have<br />

even come to expect it each<br />

year!” karensbakery.<br />

com<br />

“The Quiche of the Day from<br />

La Provence Restaurant &<br />

Terrace in Roseville is a brunch<br />

must-have for those with a savory<br />

tooth. It’s typically filled with<br />

seasonal ingredients or whatever<br />

the chef fancies, but no matter<br />

the combination, it’s always<br />

delicate, well-balanced, <strong>and</strong> filling. I<br />

personally like the leek offering for<br />

its simplicity, but I’ve also tried the<br />

spinach <strong>and</strong> feta variety, which was<br />

absolutely delicious; <strong>and</strong> the familiar<br />

yet flavorful quiche Lorraine.”<br />

laprovenceroseville.com<br />

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Holiday<br />

Julep<br />

Submitted by Gold River Distillery,<br />

11460 Sunrise Gold Circle, Suite<br />

C, Rancho Cordova, 916-476-3868,<br />

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This crowd-pleasing cocktail is a take on the<br />

classic mint julep, except it uses absinthe rather<br />

than bourbon. As you start sipping, the light<br />

sweetness of sugar <strong>and</strong> anise are the cocktail’s<br />

dominant yet delightful first impressions. After<br />

the anise passes, savor hints of blackberry <strong>and</strong><br />

soothing mint.<br />

• 1.5 oz. Wheel House Absinthe Verte<br />

• .5 oz. blackberry liquor<br />

• 1 sugar cube<br />

• 1-2 springs of fresh mint<br />

• 2 oz. ice water<br />

Muddle mint sprigs <strong>and</strong> sugar in<br />

a cocktail shaker. Add ice, absinthe,<br />

blackberry liquor, <strong>and</strong> water. Shake well <strong>and</strong><br />

pour into a chilled martini glass or over ice in<br />

a tumbler.<br />

Sip on<br />

This<br />

“Gin”gle<br />

Bells<br />

Submitted by J.J. Pfister Distilling, 9819<br />

Business Park Drive, Sacramento, 916-<br />

672-9662, jjpfister.com<br />

J.J. Pfister Capitol Gin is made entirely<br />

in-house using nine botanicals sourced<br />

from around the world <strong>and</strong> a rye base<br />

from Sacramento Valley grains. Extremely<br />

smooth <strong>and</strong> sippable, it’s delicious on its<br />

own or as a mixing component for premium<br />

cocktails such as “Gin”gle Bells.<br />

• 1.5 oz. J.J. Pfister Capitol Gin<br />

• .75 oz. pomegranate-rooibos honey<br />

• .25 oz. fresh lemon juice<br />

• 1.5 oz. spiced apple cider<br />

POMEGRANATE-ROOIBOS HONEY<br />

• 2 cups raw honey<br />

• 1 cup water<br />

• 6 bags rooibos chai tea<br />

.75 cups pomegranate molasses<br />

Make pomegranate-rooibos honey.<br />

Combine honey <strong>and</strong> water in a saucepan<br />

on medium heat until incorporated. Add<br />

tea bags <strong>and</strong> let steep for 1 hour. Remove<br />

tea bags, add pomegranate molasses, <strong>and</strong><br />

stir. Keep refrigerated for up to 2 weeks.<br />

Combine gin, pomegranate-rooibos honey,<br />

lemon, <strong>and</strong> cider in a cocktail shaker with<br />

ice. Strain mixture into a chilled cocktail glass<br />

<strong>and</strong> garnish with apple slices <strong>and</strong> freshly grated<br />

cinnamon.<br />

Festive<br />

Cocktails<br />

By Ashleigh Gruenwald<br />

Did you know our region boasts a bevy of<br />

craft distilleries? Sip local this season by<br />

purchasing one of these bottles, then mix up<br />

the accompanying cocktail for a celebration<br />

that’ll be merry <strong>and</strong> bright.<br />

Cranberry<br />

French 75<br />

Submitted by California Distilled Spirits,<br />

12205 Locksley Lane, Suite 11, Auburn,<br />

916-599-6541, californiadistilledspirits.<br />

com<br />

A carefully curated composition of<br />

rare botanicals <strong>and</strong> the complex<br />

floral flavors of Darjeeling tea,<br />

this gin offers a mouthfeel unlike<br />

any you’ve had before. Gently<br />

provocative on the palate <strong>and</strong><br />

smooth, this ruby-hued cocktail is<br />

guaranteed to please.<br />

• 1 oz. Darjeeling Gin<br />

• .5 oz. fresh lemon juice<br />

• .5 oz. simple cranberry syrup<br />

• 2 oz. sparkling wine<br />

SIMPLE CRANBERRY SYRUP<br />

• 1 1/4 cups of water<br />

• 1 1/4 cups sugar<br />

• 2 cups fresh or frozen cranberries<br />

Make simple syrup. Bring water<br />

<strong>and</strong> sugar to a boil in a saucepan<br />

over medium heat, stirring to<br />

dissolve sugar. Add cranberries;<br />

simmer 10 minutes or until<br />

cranberries soften <strong>and</strong> pop.<br />

Remove from heat; cool to room<br />

temperature. Strain through a<br />

fine-mesh strainer <strong>and</strong> discard<br />

cranberries. Refrigerate.<br />

Combine gin, lemon juice, <strong>and</strong><br />

simple cranberry syrup in a<br />

cocktail shaker filled with ice.<br />

Shake <strong>and</strong> strain into a chilled<br />

Champagne flute; top with<br />

a lemon twist <strong>and</strong> sugared<br />

cranberries.<br />

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