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10 The Julian News @ rTRY REALTY Judy Raines Veronica Clark 760-604-1946 760-803-3582 DRE#01350842 DRE#01092197 Experienced In All Aspects of Real Estate - Including Short Sale Negotiations We have homes in Julian and the back country starting with the price of $125,000. They are in By Bill Fink Big Breakfast Yields Big Lovely custom Victorian home in great neighborhood of Julian. Kitchen features solid birch cabinets, granite counter tops. Hickory and pecan flooring. Over sized garage, room for RV and Workshop Fabulous view of the valley. Ready for you to build. This .38 acre lot is only $55,000 Over 5 acres of property. New well. Paved road. After 9/11 Kevin Strauser got his Bachelors in nursing. Now, KevJn "Doc" Strauser is 47 years old, a Fleet Marine Force Corpsman, a combat Veteran of Iraq and the Afghanistan Helmond Province, the southernmost area of Marine Corps units. A Fleet Marine Force COrpsman, in addition to being a highlytrained field medic, earns this distinction through a battery of written and oral testing. He is also trained and must be proficient in every weapon the Marine Corps uses, must know all the equipment and maneuvers. Doc finished Corpsman training in 2003, and was sent to Iraq. In 2006 he was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, beat it and then deployed to Afghanistan. In 2010 he was on patrol in a Rapid Response Vehicle a large six-wheeler that was hit by an EOD, (explosive ordinance) then crashed after going over a four- foot ledge, and tore his bicep and rotator cuff. He had no surgery and kept going. I don't know how this is possible so he gave me an answer saying, "it's something that I probably wouldn't be able to understand. Adrenalin. When you are in a combat zone the ..... .... adrenalin is intense. It is not a fleeting sensation, it stays and stays, more intense at times but never goes away. When you're on patrol your mental acuity is off the chai'ts knowing every step you take could be your last. When not on patrol you're taking care of your guys that are hurt." Doc tells me that even when _ !1 you're moved to a green zone A Cleaner NoProblem!!...Yourjobisyourcred ! (safe area)the adrenalin never Toothbrush May Mean Fewer Santiago Offers EXCELLENT Financing Option~ _~a.~ ~ ~11 stops. Decompression can take Ask AbouiOur D0wn never monthScome or years off. and Some some men men are PaymentAssistance&l ..... addicted to the adrenalin rush I v , ~A iuvi:;ll I~i:;It~ Veterans Programs. / PP :dtU'/ l and redeploy over and over ...... .... Buy with your Iti I .... C ontactSheree for more info 760-767-5545 again. Doc's reason for going .... .... '-" ......... ............. ............. j back is because his boys need (NAPSA)-Brushing up on your knowledge of germs and viruses- particularly when it comes to your toothbrush-may mean fewer colds for you and your family. .Often, a toothbrush is put away damp after it's been used. Unfortunately, that can be just the kind of environment germs and bacteria like to inhabit. One way to correct this may be to use a toothbrush sanitizer that can neutralize bacteria already on your brush, and protect it from collecting more E.coli and other pathogens. For example, a sanitizer called Steripod is designed to A damp toothbrush can offer a home to germs and bacteria. Fortunately, there is a way to guard against that. kill microbes by wrapping the toothbrush in an invisible vapor shield of naturally antiseptic Thymol. Simply clip it on your electric or manual toothbrush and it goes to work. This nontoxic botanical ingredient is derived from the thyme plant, a member of the mint family. With no cords, plugs or batteries, the shield packs effortlessly. To learn more, visit www.get steripod.com. The only valid censorship of ideas is the right of people not to listen. Thomas Smothers 6.Bed Furl Service Hospice & Dementia Case by Case License ~io~t C~r~ 0374601019 SUNCREST LODGE 34540 Engineers Road and Highway 79 1760) 765-0065 Children & Senior Massage Special $48 / ha" WISDOM WITHIN H EALI NG ARTS Acupressure Craniosacral Massage Yoga (760)310-8974 A DIVISION OF BORREGO COMMUNITY HEALTH FOUNDATION We've Extended our hours: I Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday evenings until 7prn. 2721 JUUAN, CA 92036 (Next To Town Hall) www.julianmedical.com OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 5PM 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE him. Doc Strauser admittedly had a tough time coming back from Afghanistan. He was going through a divorce and freely admitted that if he were stil back in his home state of Missouri he would be unemployed and homeless, probably crashing on relative's couches. His story is all too familiar for our men and women returning from war. Homelessness, joblessness, addiction and alcoholism are issues discussed in this column in the past. But Doc did not succumb. He is a quiet, well-spoken man, polite to a fault like so much of our military. He told me about Freedom Station that is part of the San Diego based Warrior Foundation. More than just happy for the opportunity to be part of ten men that are in attendance there, he speaks glowingly about the volunteers and particularly Sandy Lehmkuhler. Freedom Station is transitional housing for Veterans that are injured, physically, emotionally or otherwise. They do not discriminate in trying to provide an environment where someone can come to grips with their injuries, or decompress while transitioning to mainstream life. They pay rent, albeit at a reduced rate, but they get lots of help with the everyday necessities of life like clothing, toiletries, pots and pans, even a couch or a bed. Doc says, "the camaraderie among the men at Freedom Station is healing in itself." Th ey can be there for up to six months or more if approved by the board. He is so impressed by the transitional housing concept, that Kevin "Doc "' Strauser he wishes more were available because a lot of men would benefit. Doc Strauser is not idling in his time at Freedom Station. He's landed a great job as a clinical lab supervisor for Millennium Laboratories, a firm whose mission is to alleviate pain and suffering with methods other than the current pain medications such as "oxy", which he knows has had terrible effects on his wounded comrades. He January 11, 2012 is particularly proud of his kids, one of which is now an officer LTJG in the Navy. He told me "the Warrior Foundation is not just a group going for donations, they become your friend. They are there to help you live and heal and everyone there has a good heart and is willing to do anything to help you." He freely expressed his love and gratitude to Sandy and Brian Lehmkuhler and he hopes that he will be in a position to support them forever. Sunday, February 5th, 0700 the Sons of the American Legion will hold their annual "Wounded Warrior" breakfast to raise funds for the Warrior Foundation. The folks of Julian can help a lot to support someone like Doc Strauser, and help create small successes for the men and women who gave so much, AMERICAN LEGION LINCOLN DEMING POST 468 and Julian Community present the 4th Annual enefit Breakfast for the advanced tickets now available 70 5th AM American Legion Hall - 2nd & Washington - Julian The Warrior Foundation through the Navy League is a Non-Profit 501c3. All funds go directly to support the troops. Any help would be accepted with deep gratitude and thanks for helping us help the troops. Max is a 5 year old neutered German/Australian Shepherd Mix who arrived at the shelter as a stray. This handsome guy LOVES to play fetch and will retrieve a bali until he is completely worn out. Max needs an experienced and active dog owner who can exercise his powerful brain with ongoing training and jobs to accomplish. Meet this furry friend by asking for ID#A1444536 Tag#C627. Max can be adopted for the Senior Fee of just $35. Blake is a 6 year old neutered white long-haired feline who previous owner could no longer care for. He is a mellow guy who may seem shy at first but actually enjoys the company of his human pals once he becomes acquainted. Blake has soft fur that will require regular brushings, but he purrs during the entire process. Meet him in the shelter's "zoo" by asking for ID#A1439506 Tag#C753. Blake can be adopted for the Senior Fee of just $35. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Max and Blake are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM Tuesday through Saturday or visit www.sddac.com for more information.