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BEWARE OF MEDICARE SCAMS - New Medicare cards are being issued in California now with new ID numbers.  Some scammers are calling saying they represent Medicare patients. DO NOT give out any personal information. Medicare will never call you.  If you have questions you call Medicare at 1-800-633-4227. They answer the phone 24 hours a day.
Update from the Carlsbad Police Department -
The first thing everyone should know is that if a crime occurs, they need to report it to the Police Department.  If we don't know it is happening, it is hard to help. Next, everyone should know if they see or hear suspicious activity, they should call us, 24/7, when it is taking place.  Call 911 for emergencies, or 760-931-2197 for non-emergency police services. The sooner you call the better chance we have of arriving and making contact with the suspicious person/people.  If everyone calls when they see suspicious people, it will be less desirable to come to your area. 
Homes should be well-lit and well secured.  Landscaping and other property should not take away from lines of surveillance.  Neighbors should look out for each other and call the police when they see something that is suspicious.  Homes should appear as though there is someone at home all the time.  This is done through lights on timers, inside and out, trash picked up and other signs of life at homes. For more information about important phone numbers, how to call the police and what to say, and home security - click here.
Resident Suggestions now featured on LSG News Briefs.  If you have an idea you wish to share, please let us know. Click here to see Resident Suggestions.
See some of the art work created by Victoria Gobel Click here.
GSMOL updates - See LSG News Briefs.  Click here and scroll down.
New 2018 HCD Program - Register your Mobilehome California - fee waivers for some. Click here for more information.
2018 Mobile Home Residency Law 
Cruise the Mexican Riviera with Friends.
Upcoming Coastal Rail Closures  
For more information click here.
The New Digital Breeze & Calendar  is now on the website with calendar. Click here to see it in full color and select the issue you want.   (Any conflict in events schedules, please be guided by the website calendar and Upcoming Events, which is more current. Click here for new calendar with easier to read format.)
Social Activities
Social Activities  See LSG News Briefs for more information.

Upcoming Events
She Says So Band
Saturday, July 21st, 7 pm - 10 pm at Seafire Restaurant 6030 Paseo Del Norte, Carlsbad
Please join our friend and neighbor, Marc Weiswasser, man of many talents, at the Seafire Restaurant/Bar.  He will be performing in the Classic Rock 'n Dance Band, called "She Says So".  Marc is their drummer.  Please join for an hour or more!
Bayou Brothers Concert
Sunday, July 22nd, 2 pm - 3 pm at Georgina Cole Library Community Room, 1250 Carlsbad Village Drive
A sound straight out of Louisiana, the Bayou Brothers deliver a rousing, rollicking good time with their eclectic blend of traditional Zydeco, blues and R&B. Admission: Free. Seating is limited and first come, first served.  This is a City of Carlsbad Library event.
She Says So Band
Thursday, July 26th, 5:30 - 8:30 pm at 2198 Palomar Airport Road, Carlsbad, CA
Please join our friend and neighbor, Marc Weiswasser, man of many talents, at the Landings Restaurant and Bar at the Airport in Carlsbad, 760-929-0200.  He will be performing in the Classic Rock 'n Dance Band, called "She Says So".  Marc is their drummer.  Please join for an hour or more!
City of Carlsbad Concerts in the Park
Friday, July 27th, 6:00 - 8:00 pm at Calavera Hills Community Park, 2997 Glasgow Drive, Carlsbad, CA
Welcome to TGIF 2018! Jonathan Lee (West Coast Country) Concert.
When summer rolls around, it’s time again for the city’s popular TGIF Concerts in the Parks series. For over 30 years, the City of Carlsbad has presented live music throughout the city. This year, nine concerts will be presented in four beautiful parks in Carlsbad. In addition to music and dancing, all events feature a variety of offerings - be sure to read about them before heading to the parks. Concert venues open at 4 p.m., performances from 6 - 8 p.m. and concert venues close at 9 p.m. All concerts are outdoors and free to attend.
For more information click here.