Cheers to the Stooge

Colleagues,

I hope all is well in your worlds.  I am out of the office for the next week but will have my ears on so feel free to reach out. Go catch a Padre game this year, do it for Number 19.  Do you remember the ‘84 season comeback and our “Cub Busters” T-shirts?  His 1,000…2,000…3,000 hits?  His attitude and professionalism on and off the field are everything I love about sport.  He is a true gem and San Diego always has Mr. Padre to cherish.  You will be missed Tony.

Ebinder Dead-Link

I recently sent out a link to our e-binder which you couldn’t link up to.  Here is the correct link:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8vcwwz6cqz6pm8d/AACl9g67nybnEP_wvv0R5y51a/CNM/ebinder_final.pdf

CNM folder link which contains the ebinder user guides:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8vcwwz6cqz6pm8d/AAD-mwrKafRI7kp4t7g8OetAa/CNM

Let me know if any other problems arise.

Subscribe to VIP Voice

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Retrofitting our Old Bones

Update from latest construction meeting regarding the Breezeway and View Building.

Work will continue on a portion of the Breezeway, pouring of concrete cap, scheduled completion 6/20. The southwest portion of the breezeway will be barricaded. Visitors can still access the vending machines, Auditorium/Exhibit, restrooms, View building, etc.

Due to unforeseen conditions, View Building completion is now pushed back to July 11th.

The patios around the View Building will remain open during the View Building closure.

Call 2 Action

Cabinet Crew:

Thanks to all of you contributing to the Visitor Center Desk.  The project is coming along nicely.  This Saturday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm our elite crew will be there and is looking for a extra hands to put on the last coat of stain.  If you would like to help please  send an email to daniel_wieder@partner.nps.gov  with “sweat for sweet” in the subject line to confirm your participation. 

Lighthouse Preservation Project:

Mr. Miyagi has opened his dojo for us yet again.  And he is going to teach us how to paint. After the painting you will discover what new defensive technique you can add to your repertoire. We finally got our paint and need some helping hands to spruce up the inside of the lighthouse.  If you would like to participate in the fun here are a couple of dates we are playing around with; June 20th, June 27th during the day we plan to paint the parlor.

Whatever day I can get the most people power I will go with that.  You will be notified which day we choose.  If you want to help please write “paint the lighthouse” in the subject line.

OB Street Fair, June 28th, 10:00 am to 3:30 pm

We are looking for a few folks to help staff our booth for this event.  Represent Cabrillo and interact with a colorful crowd.  If you would like to help out with the event please email me with “The Strand” in the subject line.

Move to Improve Challenge (2014): Elevate Your View, Healthy and Sustainable Parks Day, August 9th

This is gearing up to be a festive day and the staff is excited to add this new special event for Cabrillo.  If you would like to help out please send me an email with “hill repeats” in the subject line. 

Lecture Series

If you know anyone in your circles that would like to present for our lecture series and covers a Cabrillo theme please make the connection and have them contact me.  We hope to have a lecture once a month so please spread the word.

August 7th, 6:30pm, Cabrillo Geo

Engineering geologist Michael Hart takes us on a virtual geologic tour of the peninsula.  We are set up for a birds-eye geological overview of the formations that make up the sand we stand on.  Also, learn about land uplift rates and how faults and landslides affect buildings/complexes.  If you would like to attend please RSVP with “horst block” in the subject line.

 Rails to Trails

Do you remember your days of riding the rails?  When things were E.P.I.C. in California and Guthrie was thinking about the Garden of Eden?  Well, Cabrillo is taking the lead to head up the Pacific Surfliner Rails to Trails program.  This means we jump on trains and interpret southern California history.  Sound interesting?  We are looking for a couple of volunteers that might want to help with this program.  We need a longer term commitment from you and participation in a variety of training is required.  If you can commit to this and are interested please send me an email with “Don’t throw Mama” in the subject line.

Our Friends, Supporters, and Partners

Cabrillo National Monument Conservancy

 Above the Fireworks, July 4th

Tickets for this event are going fast.  Spread the word in your communities.  At Cabrillo you can see around a dozen firework shows from our perch.  If you would like to help out for this event please send me an email with “2nd Annual?” in the subject line.

http://friendsofcabrillo.com/calendar-events/#4thofJuly

Ciao,

Tavio

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