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Trona Care news. August 5, 2010 Volume 1, Issue 5. Debbie Celaya Honored. Water Blaster Water Cannon.

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Trona Care news

August 5, 2010 Volume 1, Issue 5

Debbie Celaya Honored

Water Blaster

Water Cannon

Awesome , Cool , Refreshing are just some of the ways to describe a quick and easy way to cool down in the summer heat, with a new WATERBLASTER. Located at 82700 Trona Road in Trona Water Blasters Inc. is a refreshing addition to our Trona Community. Water Blaster Inc. has many products that can keep you cool during the summer heat. So if you want something that can cool you off or a great gift for that grandchild that has everything, stop by and support our local business. Open 9am to 5pm, or call (760) 372-4144. Also available on the internet at

www.waterblaster.com

On June 2, 2010 during the Trona Elementary Award Assembly Debbi Celaya was honored by Trona Youth Football and Cheer for her dedicated support to our Trona youth sports programs.

Debbie has committed herself to serving the Trona Community since she become a resident in 1973. Accomplishing many remarkable things, Debbie is currently the Treasurer for Community Chest, Secretary for the Historical Society, serves on the Searles Valley Scholarship Committee, and has worked as a secretary for both Trona High and Trona Elementary schools. When asked what is the best part of your job? Mrs. Celaya answers, “ Working with the children and watching them grow.” In Addition to her accomplishments Debbie has loved raising two wonderful children Ben and Mandy in Trona and is now loving every moment with her grandchildren. When asked of her favorite things to do she replies, “ quilting and playing with her grandchildren.”

Whether it is helping a child with a stomach ache or getting hugs from her grandchildren , Debbie has and will always be an inspiration to our community.

Congratulation Debbie – Well Deserved

Contents:

  • Staying cool in Trona
  • Summer Treats
  • Heat safety
  • Community Announcements
  • Upcoming Events

Photo Above : Debbie receiving award from Trona Youth Football and Cheer representative Jessica Ramos

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Staying Cool In Trona

Fun Summer Treat

Boy-O-Boy, the weather is hot in Trona. The sun is glaring and everyone is looking for ways to stay cool. Trona Care Inc. would like to share with you some tips and ways to BEAT THE HEAT while still having fun. 1.    Water, Water, Everywhere:Summer is the perfect time for fun in the sun with water. Get out the water sprinkler, have a water-gun fight (Tip: with of course, our local business Water Blasters Inc.), have a water-balloon fight, and add a Kiddie wading pool for fun. Tip:Kiddie wading pools are inexpensive and you can buy one for no other reason than to put your feet in it. Even playing a game of catch by soaking sponge balls in a bucket of water can make you feel like you are in Antarctica. 3. Get Crafty: Set up a lemonade stand for friends and family to enjoy a cool cup. Tip: Adding cranberry juice ice cubs can make your lemonade have a special kick of flavor that will keep everyone coming back for more.

4. Inside Out or Outside In: Enjoy places like the Trona Branch Library or our Historical Museum or even our Community Pool (Monday thru Thursday 1pm to 7pm, Friday Thru Sunday 1pm to 6pm). With stories to read, things to learn and lots of snacks to buy, each place can make a hot day seem like a cool glass of water.

5. When All Else Fails…It’s Popsicle Time!

Whether inside or out, at home or at work, there’s nothing like a cold treat to cool you down quickly. Tip: Plan ahead and let the kids help make their own frozen treat using their favorite juices or stock up on their favorites for those emergency moments when everyone just needs to chill out! Tip: Always, Always drink lots of fluids and whatever you and your family choose to do, have fun and stay cool.

As a kid or even as a teenager, one of the favorite Summer treats is snow cones. They're bright and colorful and refreshing. Being in a remote area sometime you don’t have snow cone syrup when you want to make them. Snow Cones are and will always be the signal that Summer had finally arrived. Of course, you can make snow cones at home too, but the syrups are kind of pricey and it's easy and cheap to make your own snow cone syrup. You can do these several ways. The first is using Kool-Aid or using fruit juices.Snow Cone Syrup Using Kool-Aid 1 cup sugar 3/4 cup water 1 package unsweetened Kool-Aid, any flavor 1.Place the sugar and water in a pan and bring to a boil.

2. Remove from heat and stir in the Kool-Aid.

3. Cool to room temperature, then place in the refrigerator until chilled.

4. Store the syrups in squeeze bottles

5. When you're ready for a snow cone, pour the syrup over finely crushed or shaved iced. YUM!

For a healthier way to make snow cones syrup simply use fruit juice instead.

Whichever way you like it, enjoy a cool treat under the summer sun.

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Heat Safety

Heat stroke is an elevated body temperature with physical and neurological symptoms. Heat stroke can be deadly if not treated properly or promptly.First step is prevention. There are two types of heat stroke. One is sudden onset and the second is lack of fluids in your body. Both can be deadly. Prevention starts with making sure you are hydrated. If you know you will be doing an activity in the heat, start drinking extra water as much as 24 hours in advance. For breakfast eat salty foods and make sure you have extra sports drinks chalked full of electrolytes. Wear light colored and light clothing to allow your skin to breath and sweat. A major sign of heat stroke is that you stop sweating. Prevention of heat stroke is very important. Continue to drink water and sports drinks and eat salty snacks throughout the day to replenish what your body loses during the activities.However, if you do get heat stroke you need to be able to identify the signs and react. Early signs can be related to heat exhaustion;> Dizziness> nausea> vomiting> weakness> fatigue> headache> muscle crampsif you are have any of these symptoms, rest, get out of the sun, rehydrate yourself.

  • But you can jump directly into heat stroke: > rapid pulse > you stop sweating > confusion> disorientation > Difficult breathing > high body temperature > lack of motor movement> hallucinations> seizures> even comasIf you observe any of these signs start the treatments below and call for emergency assistance either doctor or paramedic.Cool the body down: Sit, relax, find shade, wet some clothes and place on skin, drink fluids slowly alternate between sports drink and water, use a fan if possible. If you cannot get the body temperature down notify emergency medical personnel. They can give more ideas on cooling down the body while help is on the way.Make sure to practice these techniques. Heat stroke can be prevented.Tips and Tricks:* Prevention is key, drink extra fluids up to 24 hours in advance of your activities, eat salty foods, drink sports dink with electrolytes.* Continue to replenish yourself of electrolytes, water, and salt before, during and after your fun in the sun.
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Community Announcements

Upcoming Events

Youth Football & Cheer

Youth Football & Cheer has started their Season. Come and join in all the fun. Sign-ups are still available. Just contact Eddie Funke (760) 372-1196 or Andy Ramos (760) 372-4631 for information. Also check out our new web page www.tronayouthfootball.com

Homecoming

Trona’s Homecoming

October 22-23

ALL CLASS REUNION

For Information Please Go to:

www.trona-ca.com

See Attached papers for details as well

Cemetery Project Help

The cemetery is in need of volunteers to remove some weeds and clean up. This is a great opportunity to get some community service hours out of the way. So if you want to show Trona support and help with this project call Andy Ledesma @ 372-4531

Talent Show

August 19, 2010

7:00pm

At the Trona High School Auditorium

$3 Adult $1 for kids under 12 & Seniors

Come enjoy the talents and fun from members of our community. The night will be full of dancing, singing and many more talents. If you want to know more about the talent show call June Sayre (760) 372-5292

Blooming Sands Garden Club

Blooming Sands Garden Club would like to invite you to become a member and join in on all the 6 pack pot party fun. No green thumb necessary. Come and join in on all the fun and find out what we do for our community. If you want to know more call Zana Eisenhour at (760) 372-4177 or June Sayre (760) 372-5292

Blooming Sands will also be having a Plant sale September 16, 2010 in front of the Credit Union. Hope to see everyone there!

Back To School

Back to School

August 23, 2010

Help keep our kids safe, be Cautious of kids walking and riding their bikes to school

Drive safe

HHW Schedule

Household Hazard Waste would like to remind everyone that every second Saturday of each month they will be open from 8am to 12pm. Household Hazard Waste schedule for 2010 is as follows:

August 14th December 11th

September 11th January 8th

October 9th February 12th

November 13th March 12th

August is Clean You Own Yard Month

Trona Care has dedicated July Clean You Own Yard Month. Help friends pull weeds or a neighbor with that tree that needs trimming. Any help will make our community a better please.

Website

For updates and Trona Care news, Check out

www.TronaCare.com

For any additional information please contact Doris Vanhorn @ Station 127 (760) 372-5988

Trona Care inc.

P. O. Box 374, Ca 93592

Phone – (760) 372-5988

Fax – (760) 372- 5942

Tronacare@yahoo.com

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Trona’s Homecoming

  • Trona High School All Alumni Reunion 2010
  • It’s time again for the Trona All Alumni Reunion in Trona this Homecoming, October 22-23, 2010.
  • This is your sign-up/registration letter. The large, rented, communal tent behind the Elks Lodge and the VFW was such a hit last time, we will be having it again this year. The tent will serve as the central site for socializing by all alumni throughout the weekend. As usual, the festivities begin Friday night (Oct 22nd) with the coronation ceremony and bonfire, followed by a no-host reception at both the Elks Lodge and the VFW. Saturday daytime activities include the Lions’ pancake breakfast, Homecoming parade, a catered deep pit bar-b-que lunch/social at the high school, and the football game. Saturday
  • evening fun includes dancing at both the VFW (DJ) and the Elks Lodge (live band), and catered
  • heavy hors d’oeuvres in the reunion tent. Commemorative tee shirts, sweatshirts, caps and visors
  • are available for purchase via this registration.
  • Here's the tentative schedule of events for the weekend: (the final schedule will be included in
  • your reunion/souvenir packet)
  • Friday, October 22nd
  • 7:00 pm Coronation in the School Auditorium
  • 8:00 pm Bonfire and "T" lighting
  • Car Rally to the No-host Reception at the Trona Elks Lodge and VFW
  • Saturday, October 23rd
  • 6:00 am Lions’ Pancake Breakfast at the Senior Citizens Center
  • 8:30 am Board the Reunion Floats at the Trona Library
  • 9:00 am Homecoming Parade
  • 10:00 am Social and Catered Lunch at the school (lunch will be served at 11:00)
  • 2:00 pm Introduction of Homecoming Court followed by Varsity Game
  • 6:00 pm Social hour at the Elks Lodge and VFW
  • 7:00 pm Heavy hors d’oeuvres served in the reunion tent followed by dancing, etc. at the
  • Elks Lodge and VFW
  • Some more details.....
  • ◊ Reunion tee shirts & hats: Souvenir tee shirts, sweatshirts, hats, and visors can be
  • ordered when you sign up. These souvenirs will NOT be available for sale during the reunion
  • weekend, so buy them now! Souvenir packets will be available for pickup at the Reunion tent from
  • 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm Friday night and continuing after the parade on Saturday at the high school.
  • Also, you may order souvenirs whether or not you attend the reunion.
  • ◊ Float: Please be at the Library by 8:30 Saturday morning for final adjustments to the reunion
  • ◊ Motels: Some of the hotels in Ridgecrest are offering discounts for the Trona Alumni.
  • Be sure to ask when you make your reservations. Here is list of some of the hotels: Hampton Inn &
  • Suites, 760-446-1968; Springhill Suites by Marriott, 760-446-1630; Carriage Inn,
  • 760-446-7970; Heritage Inn, 760-446-6543; Comfort Inn, 760-375-9731; Vagabond Inn,
  • 760-375-2220; Motel 6, 760-375-6866 or Best Western/China Lake, 760-371-2300. RV
  • parking will be available at Valley Wells at no cost. (Hotels in bold offer discounted room
  • rates; however, the Hampton Inn and the Springhill Suites will not give you the discount
  • until you check in. Their discounted rate is $109/night). The Trona Pinnacle Inn is also open,
  • 760-372-5795
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In addition, contact your class representative (see below) if you have any questions, want more

information, or if you know the whereabouts or address of a lost classmate. Up-to-date

information about this reunion will be available at David Stevens website Trona On The Web:

http://www.trona-ca.com (follow the links)

Hope you can find a way to fit this memorable event into your schedule. Bring your spouse and/

or a friend to share the fun.

If you have questions, feel free to contact any one of the following coordinators:

Barbara Sorges (760-375-6210, bsorges@yahoo.com), or Lana McCullar (760-372-5087,

jlmcc@iwvisp.com).

1950 ~ Gwen Russell: 213 W Radar Ave, Ridgecrest, CA 93555

!960 & 1970 ~ Barbara Sorges: 416 Dewalt Ave, Ridgecrest, CA 93555

1980 ~ Julie Young Camacho: P. O. Box 687, Ridgecrest, CA 93556

1990 ~ Jacquelyn McCord Logston: 300 S. Gold Canyon, Ridgecrest, CA 93555

2000 ~ Miranda Westmorland:

. . .NOW, HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO DO:

1. Fill out the Reservation/Souvenir Order Sheet and make out a check for the total amount

payable to "Trona Alumni Association."

If you are married to an alumni, please fill out a separate reservation sheet for each person

with your class year indicated. Your tickets for lunch, evening event, and any souvenirs you order

will be available for pick-up with your class.

2. Mail the Reservation/Souvenir Order Sheet and check to one of the following addresses:

40's ~ Lit Brush (waiting for permission to post)

50's ~ Gwen Russell 213 W Radar Ave, R/C, CA 93555

60's ~ Barbara Sorges 416 Dewalt Ave, R/C, CA 93555

70's ~ Barbara Sorges 416 Dewalt Ave, R/C, CA 93555

80's ~ Julie Young Camacho P. O. Box 687, R/C, CA 93556

90's ~ Jackie McCord Logston 300 S. Gold Canyon, R/C, CA 93555

00's ~ Miranda Westmoreland (waiting for permission to post)

AND DO THIS BEFORE SEPTEMBER 20th

This cutoff date is firm....registrations/orders will not be accepted after this date.

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RESERVATION & SOUVENIR ORDER SHEET

Name: _____________________________________________________

Mailing Address: _____________________________________________

City, State, Zip: ______________________________________________

Home Phone _________________________________________________

E-mail Address: ______________________________________________

Class of: ________________________

__ YES, I plan to attend Trona High School All Alumni Reunion 2010. I have

enclosed a check for the total amount made out to "Trona Alumni Association."

If interested in taking a plant tour, please check here: __

If interested in shuttle service from Ridgecrest to Trona and back, please

check here __

Reunion Fees: Quantity Total

Saturday lunch (deep pit bar-b-que) - $15.00 each _______ $_______

Saturday evening (heavy hors d’oeuvres and dancing) - $15.00 each _______

$_______

Souvenirs (all given sizes are adult):

Tee shirts

S ______ M ______ L ______ XL______ @ $10 each $_______

2X ______ 3X ______ @ $12.00 each $_______

Crew sweatshirts

S ______ M ______ L ______ XL______ @ $20 each $_______

2X ______ 3X ______ @ $22.00 each $_______

Zip up hoodie sweatshirts

S ______ M ______ L ______ XL______ @ $25 each $_______

2X ______ 3X ______ @ $27.00 each $_______

Baseball cap (one size fits all) @ $9.00 each _______ $_______

Visor (one size fits all) @ $9.00 each _______ $_______

TOTAL ENCLOSED $_________________

The shirts and sweatshirts will be Trona Blue, with the Tornado Fight Song on

the back, and the Trona Tornado, with all the classes listed, on the front in the

pocket area.

********************************

__ No, I cannot attend the reunion but would like to order the souvenirs noted

above. I have enclosed a check made out to “Trona Alumni Association” for the

full amount PLUS $5.00 to cover packaging and postage for each item ordered.

***************************************

DEADLINE IS SEPTEMBER 20th...DON'T MISS IT