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CCF FEB 14

CCF FEB 14

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Central Coast Family
February 2014

Wordmonger
Hypnobirthing®
SLO Boys Historical Fiction
Love & Laughter
EPIC Summer Camp at Cal Poly
Fun & Games
Local Events & Resources
Alternative Education
Central Coast Family
February 2014

Wordmonger
Hypnobirthing®
SLO Boys Historical Fiction
Love & Laughter
EPIC Summer Camp at Cal Poly
Fun & Games
Local Events & Resources
Alternative Education

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Published by: CCFamilyAE on Jan 28, 2014
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Central Coast 
February 2014
 Central Coas
 
 Family
Free!
Inside
 
Education
 
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Wordmonger
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 4Money
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6Fun & Games
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 8Childbirth
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10Local History
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 12Family Life
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 14Calendar
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 17Family Events
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 18Local Resources
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 20Alt Education
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Family
Word Play / HypnoBirthing 
®
 / SLO Historic Fiction / Humor / EPIC Summer Camp
 
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Central Coast Family February 2014 www.centralcoastfamily.com Page 2
 Central Coast 
 
 Family
TM
 
PO Box 6424, Los Osos, CA 93412
Phone: (805) 528-0440 Fax: (805) 439-0798
Our goal is to connect Central Coast families with the resources they need to thrive!
 
Central Coast Family
 is published monthly with a readership over 40,000. Find FREE copies throughout San Luis Obispo County and North Santa Barbara County.
Visit our website:
www.centralcoastfamily.com
Submission deadline: 15th of each month prior to publication
Information contained in advertisements and other submissions is accepted in good faith. Publication does not imply endorsement by Central Coast Family.
Opinions expressed by contributors do not necessarily reect views of the publisher. We reserve the right to reject or edit all submissions for any reason.
 
Material published herein may not be reproduced in any manner without prior written permission. © Vogel 2008
Every issue is printed with soy ink on 100% recycled paper. Please recycle again!
PUBLISHER
David Vogel
ccfamilypb@gmail.com
EDITOR
Patrice Vogel
ccfamilyed@gmail.com
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
Claire Vogel
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Inquiries:
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DISTRIBUTION MANAGER
Eric Woodards
CONTRIBUTING WRITERS
Kristen Barnhart, Jennifer Best, Guy Crabb, Stephanie Foster, Molly Peoples, CS Perryess,
Walter Reil,
Steven Smith, David Vogel
GRAPHIC DESIGN
Out of the Blue
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Cover Photo:
Dean of Engineering Debra Larson with Cal Poly EPIC campers in 2013
©
 
Elle Rose Photography
 
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EPIC (Engineering Possibilities in College) is a summer camp for middle and high school students (7th-12th grades) to learn about engineering and experience hands-on labs in a university
atmosphere. EPIC oers an
opportunity for students to
explore the dierent types of
engineering programs available at Cal Poly and other universities. There will be three sessions of EPIC in 2014 on the Cal Poly campus in San Luis Obispo. Grade levels are based on the grade a camper will be in the fall of 2014. Students who are going to be a rising senior should attend Session 2, if possible. This session will focus on preparing for college.Session 1: July 6 11 10th - 12th Grades (Residential)Session 2: July 13 18 11th - 12th Grades (Residential)Session 3: July 27 - Aug 1 7th - 9th Grades (Day Program with Residential Option)The goal of EPIC is to expand the College of Engineering mission to K-12 students: “To educate students for careers of service, leadership, and distinction in
engineering or other elds by
using a participatory, learn by doing, ‘hands-on’ approach.”EPIC students attend several hands-on labs throughout the week. The following Engineering
Labs are oered:
Aerospace, Architectural, Biomedical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Environmental, Industrial, Manufacturing, Materials, Mechanical, and Software. In 2014, EPIC camp will include additional labs from the College of Architecture and Environmental Design. EPIC campers will tour the exciting Cal Poly engineering labs as well as local engineering companies, such as Diablo Canyon Power Plant, Trust Automation, Lockheed Martin, Zurn Wilkins, Applied Materials, Melfred Borzall, or Next Intent.EPIC isn’t all work and no play. Students will be able to meet other students through fun activities on Cal Poly’s campus, such as bowling, rock climbing, hikes to the Cal Poly P, and lawn games. There is also time to listen to speakers from various engineering companies, learn networking skills, and play games.
There will even be raes to win
free prizes throughout the week!The cost of the 2014 programs are as follows.
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FREE
 
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 New patients only with paid cleaning. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Exp: 2/28/14
(805) 544-9440
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878 Boysen Ave, San Luis Obispo
EPIC Summer Camp
at Cal Poly SLO
Education
 
Central Coast Family February 2014 www.centralcoastfamily.com Page
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Session 1: $1400 July 6 - 11 10th - 12th Grades (Residential)Session 2: $1400 July 13 - 18 11th - 12th Grades (Residential)Session 3: $495 July 27 - Aug 1 7th - 9th Grades (Day Program with Residential Option)Session 3 Residential Option: $900 Need-based EPIC scholarships are available. Students are encouraged to apply for a scholarship if they need full or partial assistance. All campers are required to pay the minimum, non-refundable deposit of $100 to register for the EPIC program. Scholarship applications are due at the time of application.Some transportation is provided at no extra charge. For the Middle School program, the daily bus shuttle will pick up from Santa Maria and Arroyo Grande High Schools. EPIC provides a shuttle bus from Los Angeles and the Bay Area for the residential sessions. Session 1 and Session 2 will be residential programs only. All students participate fully in the program by staying on campus in the dorms. A residential option will be provided for Session 3 for those coming from outside the local area and those who want to experience staying on a college campus.Applications will be accepted February 1st through April 15th. Find forms and more information at
https://epic.calpoly.edu
.
115 East Branch Street in Arroyo Grande
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