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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Foothills Sentry Tour highlights poultry in paradise

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Janell Putnam and Fernando Figueroa built this lighted lovely ladies’ coop – with all of the ame- nities to keep the girls happy, including a mirror, swing, driftwood perch, hanging lettuce feeder -- from recycled materials, spending less than $200. Shown here are Janell Putnam, Kylie Figueroa, Fernando Figueroa and dog Harley.

Orange Home Grown Farmers and Artisans Market sponsored a Chicken Coop Tour showcasing eight coops around the city. This egg-stra special pink mansion was built by Elaina and Mike Soto for their happy hens.

Local students

make Dean’s lists

Being named to the Dean’s

List is a significant accomplish- ment earned by students achiev- ing a grade point average of 3.6 or greater while carrying a full-time course load of 12 or more se- mester units. The following local graduates have recently achieved this honor. *Heather Robertson, Santa

Ana, a graduate of Foothill High School, has been named to Drury University’s Dean’s List. Drury is in Springfield, Mo. *Charlotte Adnams, Villa Park,

was named to the Dean’s List for 2015 at Marquette Univer- sity, Milwaukee, Wis. Adnams is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in elementary/middle school educa- tion. *Yuzhong Zhang, Orange, a

Villa Park High graduate, was named to the Dean’s List at St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn. for the spring 2015 semester. Zhang is studying mathematics. *In addition to the above

achievements, Lauren Fields of Orange graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University’s Robert J. Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences: Studio Art.

Coyote watch Many of our readers live close

to natural open space, and are concerned about recent coyote sightings, even coyote attacks on their pets. The serious drought is encouraging wildlife to seek wa- ter and food in residential areas. There aremany steps that you can take to protect you and your pets from coyotes and other wildlife.

• Fence off animal enclosures (fully enclose if possible) • Keep cats and small dogs in- doors or in the close presence of an adult • Feed pets indoors • Store trash in covered heavy- duty containers • Keep yards free from potential shelter such as thick brush and weeds • Enclose the bottoms of porches and decks • Eliminate potential food sourc- es, such as fallen fruit and stand- ing water.

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