Category Archives: San Elijo Hills News

TKO Athletic Performance of San Elijo Hills Accepting New Clients

Hello San Elijo Life! 

My name is Joe Geletko, and I just moved into the Westridge community! I am the owner & head coach of TKO Athletic Performance LLC. I’ve been a certified strength and conditioning coach for 10 years with extensive experience in NCAA Division I sports, integrative medical facilities, and virtual fitness coaching. 

I offer 1v1 coaching for major strength and body composition goals, athletic performance training for sports of all disciplines (most notably, soccer), and virtual/hybrid training options for busy parents and professionals. 

If you have a son/daughter who is preparing to play sports in college, training for intercollegiate competition is my bread and butter. 

If you are looking for a no-frills approach to achieve all your physical goals, my comprehensive programs are designed to meet your individual needs. 

I have a fully equipped gym and utilize the latest sport science technology to achieve results. Also, my wife, Lauren Geletko, is a board-certified hormone dietitian who provides outstanding nutrition support. 

Shoot me an email or text message if you have any questions or interest in training!

-Joe 

Joseph Geletko, MA, RSCC, CSCS, USAW

Owner/Head Athletic Performance Coach 

TKO Athletic Performance, San Marcos, CA

Phone: (760) 553-3029

coachgeletko@gmail.com

Upcoming Edward Jones interactive webinar:Charitable Giving: Structuring Your Strategy to Meet Your Goals

You’re invited to our upcoming Edward Jones interactive webinar: Charitable Giving: Structuring Your Strategy to Meet Your Goals.

Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2022Time: 1 p.m. PT

Register Now

As we enter giving season, charitable giving often becomes more top of mind – but for some, it’s a year-round and continuous priority.This webinar will discuss some of the tax benefits and trade-offs of charitable giving as well as related financial strategies that can be implemented across your lifetime. Our industry professionals will also help you answer the question: What does charitable giving look like for you now and in the future? Webinar Contributors:● Leslie Geller
Wealth Strategist, Capitol Group | American Funds ● Zach Gildehaus, CFA®, CFP® 
Senior Analyst, Advice and Guidance, Edward Jones ● Kobby Okum, CFP®

Financial Advisor, Edward Jones Edward Jones, its employees and financial advisors cannot provide tax or legal advice. You should consult your attorney or qualified tax advisor regarding your situation.I look forward to you joining us. 

Best Regards,
Ross B Hansen of San Elijo Hills

Ross B. Hansen, CFP®

Financial Advisor

910 W San Marcos Blvd., Suite 104

San Marcos, CA  92078

P:  760-839-8217

San Elijo Hills Community Association Tree Lighting Ceremony


ANNUAL TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY-ALL RESIDENTS MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE TO ATTEND. – Dec 02, 2022 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Location: Town Square Park of San Elijo Hills
ALL RESIDENTS MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE TO ATTEND!  

THIS EVENT IS FOR SAN ELIJO HILLS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION RESIDENTS ONLY.  NO GUESTS ARE PERMITTED.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

A ticket will be sent to you with the confirmation of your reservation including a QR code.If you have not collected your wristbands in advance, visit one of the check in tables at the event.*Please have your ticket ready on your phone or print out at the event so we may scan your QR code for a speedy check in! Residents may register their attendance and visit the onsite office in advance to collect their wristbands.*Please note that once you are registered and your wristbands are provided, no other attendees will be allowed access to the event from your address.

This magical night will include some of these fun activities!

Santa will be here for pictures so make sure you are on his “nice” list! Don’t forget to bring your camera!A/R Workshop will have an ornament painting station for only $5.00 per ornament. Holiday elves will join us to show off their artistic skills with balloons. Cookies, cider and hot chocolate will be served to warm your belly! The SEES Choir, SEMS Jazz Band/Choir and Double Peak School will perform Holiday inspired music! 

We hope that you and your family are able to make it out to this joyous event!   If you have any questions, please feel free to contact sehdirector@waltersmanagement.com or call 760-798-9015.

*This website – San Elijo Life is independent of the developer San Elijo Hills Development Company and the San Elijo Hills Association. HOA updates are provided as a service to our readership. …Enjoy Life in The Hills. Please contact HOA with questions about tree lighting

BIKE RODEO is less than a week away!!!!

Are you looking for something fun to do with your children this weekend? Then bring your family to our FREE BIKE RODEO event this Sunday, Oct 23rd, from 9 A.M. – 12 P.M. at the San Marcos Boys and Girls Club – 1 Positive Pl, San Marcos. The San Marcos Sheriff’s Deputies will join your children along their ride to teach them about e-bike, bike, and pedestrian safety. Yes, e-bikes are welcome too! There will be a city simulation, FREE helmets, FREE ice cream and drinks, and a lot of cool swag bags from the San Marcos Sheriff’s and Fire Departments. See you then! For questions, please contact our Crime Prevention unit at 760-510-5254. We are looking forward to seeing you there!

The San Elijo Hills Community Association Community Yard Sale (North) has been rescheduled for this weekend! 

COMMUNITY YARD SALE (North) THIS SATURDAY!

The San Elijo Hills Community Association Community Yard Sale (North) has been rescheduled for this weekend! 

All residents are welcome to participate in this FREE event! 

  • OCTOBER 1st (NORTH) *THIS SATURDAY!

Directional signage will be placed out the morning of the sale to the individual neighborhoods.

Please note there will be NO MAPS distributed indicating which individuals homes are participating, and no registration is required to participate.

Gates for Promontory Ridge, Westcliffe, The Summit, and The Estates will be held open from 7 am to 5 pm; for all other neighborhoods, please check with your community regarding access.
 
Please feel free to add additional signage in the community after 8 PM the night before so long as it is removed promptly after the event.

San Marcos | Fortune-25 Best Places to Live for Families

With a diverse, vibrant community of nearly 100,000 residents, San Marcos is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing cities in San Diego County. In addition to the top-ranked San Marcos Unified School District, residents can rely on an efficient public transportation system and access to quality medical care. The city’s West PACE aims to help older adults live safely and independently in their community for as long as possible, offering a full-service primary-care clinic, physical therapy, transportation to appointments, and more.  Award-winning, master-planned communities, such as San Elijo HIlls—which features a plethora of shops, restaurants, and more than 18 miles of hiking trails—provides residents with conveniently located amenities. Additionally, San Marcos enjoys a mild, year-round climate, perfect for enjoying the city’s vast parks and trails program, as well as nearby lakes and beaches.

READ MORE VIA Source: San Marcos | Fortune

Fall Watercolor Classes with Artist, Keren Haub at AR Workshop in San Elijo Hills

Use this link to sign up and learn more

“We will paint pumpkins and Fall leaves with watercolor in this relaxing and fun class using wet into wet techniques, dry brush, and salt effects! Artist Karen Haub will the lead the class in all aspects of creating this painting from start to finish. “Sip back” and relax as we learn about value, design and color while we create a vibrant watercolor painting in this 2 hour class, perfect as a gift or to hang in your own home!”

Karen is an artist, designer and teacher with over 35 years of professional experience. She loves teaching color theory and composition as well as a bit of art history in her classes.

*All art supplies will be provided, aprons will be distributed for use in the class, and each artist will take home a 8 x 8″ work of art $55/person.

Minimum recommended age is 10 years old (if accompanied by an adult) or 14 years old if unaccompanied by an adult.

HOW TO REGISTER:

  • Click the Register, enter the Guest Name and Email and click Next.
  • Your seat in the workshop will be reserved for 30 minutes while you complete the Checkout process and submit payment. (No need to enter in Seating Preference at checkout.)
  • You will receive an email confirmation once your registration is complete.

1523 SAN ELIJO RD S 

SUITE 107 

SAN MARCOS, CA 92078 

PHONE: 760-290-5775

Have Your Voice Heard! Candidate Forums Coming Soon!20022

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6

6:00 PM-7:30 PM

As the voice of business in San Marcos, the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce is pleased to host a candidate forum for the 2022 Election for San Marcos Mayor and the San Marcos City Council. This forum will allow Chamber members, business organizations, and community members the opportunity to engage and hear from candidates in a moderated conversation regarding issues important to the San Marcos business community. 

Get Involved! The Chamber’s Board of Directors will select questions submitted by the community. 

Send your questions to Rick Rungaitis at rick@sanmarcoschamber.com

This free community event is open to all. 

Carlsbad taking action to respond to rising bike, e-bike collisions | Bicycle Retailer and Industry News

CARLSBAD, Calif. (BRAIN) — The city recently took short-term measures in response to a 233% rise in collisions involving bikes and e-bikes in the past three years while it works to present a longer-term solution to the City Council on Tuesday.When the City Council ratified the emergency proclamation Aug. 30, it also approved spending $2 million for immediate traffic safety efforts, including:Overstaffing police department sworn positions by four additional full-time officers ($535,000).Increasing police department overtime for training and enforcement ($100,000).Procuring additional speed feedback signs and electronic messaging boards ($250,000). Developing infrastructure projects and safe driving behavior education ($1,115,000).

The bike collisions have occurred with pedestrians, cars, other bicyclists, and solo accidents. Two deaths were reported last month. One man on a bike was killed by a speeding motorcycle, and a woman on an e-bike was killed when she was hit by a car. The fatalities are still under investigation, said city spokesperson Kristina Ray.According to Ray, Carlsbad has been focusing on education, engineering, and enforcement in the short term. The city also has:Added green markings to bike lanes in dozens of locations.Installed speed feedback signs and digital message boards in areas with higher collisions. Worked with local schools to get information out to parents and students about traffic safety. Increased enforcement of traffic rules across all modes of travel.Launched a public awareness program. Accelerated the timing of traffic calming projects that include traffic circles, speed humps, and wider bike lanes.”We don’t have collision data comparisons quite yet, but anecdotally, we have seen fewer complaints about traffic safety and increased compliance with helmet laws and other safety related behaviors around school sites, which has been a concern,” Ray said. “Once we have had a chance to enact more of the programs planned, we will measure collision rates and other related data.”In 2019, of the 30 bike collisions, two involved e-bikes; in 2020, of the 62 bike collisions, eight involved e-bikes; in 2021, of the 100 bike collisions, 33 involved e-bikes; and so far in 2022 through July 31, of the 57 bike collisions, 32 involved e-bikes.BRAIN contacted two area bike shops and an e-bike wholesaler based in Carlsbad, and all said kids riding e-bikes are the primary problem.”I think it’s definitely something that needs to be regulated, especially with kids,” said Dan Sachs, a buyer and importer for Happy EBikes. “Kids should have to go through some type of training course. They should have some type of responsibility for riding bikes because there are just no laws right now, and I don’t know what it’s taking so long for the city to react. You see kids riding two, three at a time on bikes. Rad Power Bikes is the biggest bike manufacturer and you see them everywhere especially with the kids because they’re in the lower cost retail on that little RadRunner.”John Orndorff, who operates Pedego Carlsbad, agreed more needs to be done to educate.” Mostly for the younger riders under 16 years of age that don’t maintain their bikes and ride multiple passengers who don’t obey or understand traffic patterns or rules,” he said.Rad Power Bikes is the subject of a wrongful death lawsuit filed in L.A. Superior Court last month by the parents of a girl who was killed while a passenger on a RadRunner in Los Angeles.Gordon Yeager, owner of Velo Hangar in Carlsbad, said while he’s encouraged to see more kids outside riding since the pandemic, he supports mandatory road safety and traffic classes in schools.”I like seeing kids riding bikes instead of indoors playing video games or watching YouTube,” Yeager said. “Many of the kids on e-bikes … were never taught the rules of the road. I don’t think many people know how fast they can go. They don’t react to quick maneuvers like an analog bike does. Carlsbad has definitely seen more e-bikes than analog bikes since the pandemic. I am in no way saying everyone out on e-bikes is breaking rules, but it’s definitely a problem. I ride a pedal-assist bike to work. It’s a huge help. I don’t get to ride as much as some, so the little push I get goes a long way.”Ray said the city working with bike shops to educate is part of its long-term plans. “Because they have contact with bike riders, they are in a great position to help share information about the rules of the road and good safety practices,” she said.Sachs said he tells customers to get used to riding an e-bike without the assist first.”Because at the end of the day, it’s a bike coming with very standard parts,” he said. “Adding electric, you now have added power. We explain that it’s extremely dangerous; it’s a motorized vehicle. But what it comes down to, it’s up to the operator.”

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