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May 24, 1996 | JULIE FATE SULLIVAN
After months of seeking suggestions from residents to name the new $2.3-million sports park at the former Kinoshita Farm, it took a seventh-grade student to come up with the winning title. Thirteen-year-old Jennifer Stinett, a student at Marco F. Forster Middle School, ended up coining the winning--and common sense--title for the 18-acre park: the San Juan Capistrano Community Center and Sports Park. It was one of 70 ideas reviewed by city officials.
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April 19, 2000 | Jennifer Kho, (949) 248-2152
A local riding park is one of four equestrian centers worldwide being considered for the Samsung Nations Cup finals in September 2001. Officials from the Federation Equestre Internationale, the world governing body for the sport, toured the Oaks/Blenheim Exhibitions grounds this week to evaluate it for the event. Jumping teams from about 30 nations, including the United States and Canada, compete at the Samsung Nations Cup every year.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 19, 2000 | Jennifer Kho, (949) 248-2152
A local riding park is one of four equestrian centers worldwide being considered for the Samsung Nations Cup finals in September 2001. Officials from the Federation Equestre Internationale, the world governing body for the sport, toured the Oaks/Blenheim Exhibitions grounds this week to evaluate it for the event. Jumping teams from about 30 nations, including the United States and Canada, compete at the Samsung Nations Cup every year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 24, 1996 | JULIE FATE SULLIVAN
After months of seeking suggestions from residents to name the new $2.3-million sports park at the former Kinoshita Farm, it took a seventh-grade student to come up with the winning title. Thirteen-year-old Jennifer Stinett, a student at Marco F. Forster Middle School, ended up coining the winning--and common sense--title for the 18-acre park: the San Juan Capistrano Community Center and Sports Park. It was one of 70 ideas reviewed by city officials.
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