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Church Mouse From page 2 and to Dave Hart for bringing in many Island donations. "A major thanks to the Avalon Harbor Department for everything they did to help us out. It would be impossible to thank everyone. Bob and I want you to know how much we appreciate your help and support over the years." Pictures and other informa- tion can be found at The following are the distri- butions to various Avalon youth programs: Kid Ventures $5,000 P.L.A.Y $4,500 Avalon Fishing Derby $1,200 Cornerstone Teen Center $2,000 Kids At Play $1,300 Avalon Public School/ Classroom $15,000 Avalon Public Library $1,000 The Butte Family at the arards ceremonies after the final Church Mouse, Maggie, left Kimi, Bob and Carol Butte in farewell pose. Avalon Museum $1,000 Avalon Kid Baseball/Little League $2,500 Avalon Tackle Football $500 Avalon Football League $5,3OO Avalon School Girls Soccer $500 Avalon Cross-Country $875 Avalon Girls Basketball $4,200 Avalon School Instrumental Music $2,000 Avalon School Athletics $1,500 Boy Scouts $675 Senior Scholarships $10,000 Piper Cameron Scholarship $3,700 St. Catherine Church Youth Group $500 Avalon School Softball $1,000 Cub Scouts $375 Girl Scouts $375 Special Kids of Catalina $2,800 Baseball Equipment Repair $55O Islander Motorcycle Club $i,5o0 Catalina Pony Club $2,700 Youth Basketball Program $300 Sluggers/Tball $250 Choices $1,100 Junior Golf $950 Jr. Lifeguard $1,100 Girls Cheerleading $450 00A/H ERE Should I go for care? When the situation is CRITICAL, time is of the essence. Calling 911 will bring emergency medical care, saving potentially life-saving minutes. • Severe trauma • Respiratory distress • Cardiac arrest • Person unconscious • Severe allergic reaction • Stroke In a SERIOUSsituation medical care cannot wail Visit the emergency department via the main entrance of Catalina Island Medical Center. • An infant with a high fever • Severe pain • Severe laceration • Possible broken bone • Confused or disoriented • Very high fever for several days For ROUTINE medical care, the best way for you to receive treatment is to call the medical group at (31o) 51o-oo96 and make an appointment. • Health maintenance & prevention • Minor illness orinjury • Chronic disease management • Wound care • Vaccinations • Work-related exams & stable injuries Island McdicalCcnter • To have a prescription refilled, have your pharmacy fax a request to the medical group at (31o) 51o-2381. • If you have an appointment for physical therapy, please check in at the front desk. • Appointments are not necessary for laboratory or radiology, but you may want to call (31o) 51o-o7oo for a convenient time. (31o) 51o-o7oo loo Falls Canyon Road PO Box 1563, Avalon 90704 a. Use of fresh water through any meter when the company has notified the customer in writing to repair a broken or defective plumbing, sprinkler, watering or irrigation system and the customer has failed to effect such repairs within five business days. b. Use of fresh water that results in flooding or runoff in gutters or streets. c. Individual private washing of cars, or private boats or aircrafts with a hose except with the use of a positive action shut-off nozzle or three-gallon bucket. Use of fresh water for washing commercial aircraft, buses, boats, trailers, or other commercial vehicles at any time, except at commercial or fleet vehicle or boat washing facilities operated at a fixed location where equipment using water is propedy maintained to avoid wasteful use. d. Use of fresh water washing buildings and structures, street cleaning, driveways, patios, parking lots, tennis courts, or other hard-surfaced areas, except in the cases where health and safety are at dsk. e. Use of fresh water to irrigate turf, lawns, gardens, or ornamental landscaping by means other than drip irrigation, or hand watering without quick acting positive action shut-off nozzles. Watering by use of a container or bucket not exceeding a three-gallon capacity will be.permitted at any time. Use of fresh water for construction purposes such as consolidation of backfill, dust control, or other uses. Operation of commercial car washes without recycling at least 50% of the fresh water used per cycle. Use of potable water for the filling or refilling of swimming pools, spas, hot tubs and decorative fountains. Service of fresh water by any restaurant except upon the request of a patron The use of fresh water from fire hydrants, at any time, for any purpose other than fire suppression is prohibited. The watering of outdoor landscaping vegetation by hoses or sprinkler systems shall be limited to the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., dudng the period Pacific Daylight -time is in effect, and 6:00 a,m. to 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., dudng the period Pacific Standard Time is in effect. a. Uso de agua dulce a traves de cualquier medidor por parte de un usuario al que la compafia haya notificado por escrito que debe reparar sus cafierias, rociadores o sistema de regado o irrigacien y ste no haya efectuado las reparaciones indicadas en el plazo de cinco dias habiles. Uso de agua dulce que resulte en acumulacien de agua o escurrimiento en alcantadllas o la calle. Lavado individual y privado de automoviles, botes o aeronaves particulates con una manguera salvo que se use una boquilla de accibn positiva abierta/cerrada o un cubo de tres galones. Uso de agua dulce para lavar aviones comerciales, autobuses, barcos, remolques u otros vehiculos comerciales, excepto en lavaderos para vehiculos comerciales, vehiculos de flota o barcos que funcionan en un sitio fijo donde el equipo de agua es mantenido correctamente de modo de evitar su derroche. Uso de agua dulce para limpiar edificios y estructuras, calles, entradas, patios, pleyas de estacionamiento, canchas de tenis u otras superficies pavimentadas, excepto en los cases en que represente un peligro a la salud y seguridad p0blicas. e. Uso de agua dulce para regar zacate, csped, jardines o jardines ornamentales por cualquier mtodo diferente al riego por goteo o el riego a mano sin boquillas de accibn positiva abierta/cerrada. Regar con un recipiente o cubo de menos de 3 galones de capacidad est& permitido en cualquier momento. f. Uso de agua dulce para fines de construccibn como consolidacien de relleno, control del polvo u otros usos. g. Operacibn de lavaderos de autos comerciales sin reciclar un 50% como minimo del agua dulce usada por ciclo. h. Uso de agua potable para Ilenar o rellenar piscinas, jacuzzis, tinas de hidromasaje y fuentes decorativas. i. Servicio de agua dulce ofrecido por cualquier restaurante excepto cuando un cliente Io solicite. j. Se prohibe en todo momento el uso de agua dulce proveniente de bocas de incendio salvo para la extincibn de incendios. k. El riego de plantas de jardines al aire libre con mangueras o sistemas de rociadores est: limitado a las horas de 7:00 a.m. a 9:00 a.m; y de 5:00 p.m. a 7:00 p.m. durante el periodo en que el Horario de Verano del Pacifico est6 vigente, y de 6:00 a.m. a 8:00 a.m. y de 4:00 p.m. a 6:00 p.m. durante el periodo en que el Horario Estndar del Pacifico est vigente. b. c. d. THE CATAUNA ISLANDER ....... "  ............................. ';j " i iii iii) iii iL, .......... ii 'i '"i ......... i ....... ii ............. Friday itoler 25;, 2013(9