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22 San Diego Uptown News | Apr. 1–14, 2011 Uptown Games Uptown’s Associate Director of Adams Avenue Dies Judy Moore, Associate Sudoku Answer key, page 24 Uptown Crossword

Director of the Adams Avenue Business Association (AABA), and a life-long resident of Normal Heights, passed away on March 20, 2011. Through her work for the AABA over the past two decades, Judy was a pivotal force in every event that took place along Adams Avenue. Her imprint was felt on so many favorite San Diego celebrations including Roots Fest, Adams Ave, Farmers’ Market , Taste of Adams Av- enue, Adams Avenue Antique Fair , Holiday on the Avenue, as well as the Adams Avenue Street Fair, the annual largest outdoor free music festival in Southern California. Though she was well- known for her efforts through the AABA, Judy was extremely

generous with her time for many other Normal Heights and greater San Diego area community activities. She was instrumental in the SHARE program, community gardens, Safe Neighborhoods, and Safe Routes to Schools and the children’s Afterschool Art Program. In addition she served on the Normal Heights Community Association, Nor- mal Heights Cultural Council, Adams Recreation Council, and the Normal Heights Com- munity Development Corp. In addition, Judy coordi- nated the rentals of the Normal Heights Community Center hall, facilitating every quincea- ñera, wedding reception, AA meeting and community forum. Judy exemplified the motto emblazoned on the T-shirts of

the Normal Heights Commu- nity Association: ‘The success of my community depends on me.’

Judy was one of six chil-

dren, a graduate of Hoover High School and San Diego State University (San Diego State College) as the first college graduate in her family. Judy was a native San Diegan; her father was a commander in the Navy, which allowed her to live in Guam for a short time as a young adolescent. Services will be held on

Friday, April 1, 2011, 3 p.m. at Methodist Church, 4650 Mansfield, San Diego, CA 92116, with a celebration of life following the services across the street at the Normal Heights Community Center, 4649 Hawley Blvd.


The Adams Avenue Business Association, the event volunteers and the community of Normal Heights dedicate this year’s Roots Fest on Adams in memorial to Judy Moore.

Adams Avenue Business Association (AABA) Mission: To promote and increase commercial activity within the Adams Avenue Business Improvement District.

AABA represents over 600 businesses on Adams Avenue, manages the Adams Avenue Business Improvement District and local Maintenance Assessment Districts. AABA also hosts a number of annual special events which include: the Roots Fest on Adams, Taste of Adams Avenue and the Adams Avenue Street Fair along with the Weekly Adams Avenue Farmers’ Market. These events are operated as community events as well as fundraising activities to support the projects and programs of the Adams Avenue Business Association.

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