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January 13, 2010 The Julian News 7 Com.mercial Residential Payment Options 24 Hour :Relationships Matter Emergency Service ' Over 60 years serving the community we live in. .,,,,:': ....... ' 765 0130 Trained L.JCOOllt : 760 " Ben Sulser, District Manager US Mint Unveils Boy Scouts of America Centennial Commemorative Coin Designs The United States Mint has unveiled the designs for the upcoming 2010 Boy Scouts of America Centennial Silver Dollar. The coins will be issued next year, as authorized under Public Law 110-363, the Boy Scouts of America Centennial Commemorative Coin Act. Under the authorizing legislation, designs for the Boy Scouts Commemorative Coin are intended to be "emblematic of 100 years of the largest youth organization in the United States, the Boy Scouts of America." The obverse design of the 2010 Boy Scouts Silver Dollar features an image of a Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and female Venturer saluting. The centennial dates "1910" and "2010" are to the right of the image. Inscriptions within a circle around the rim of the coin read "Continuing the Journey", "In God We Trust", and "Liberty". The obverse was designed by Artistic Infusion Program Master Designer Donna Weaver and engraved by US Mint Sculptor- Engraver Charles Vickers. The reverse design depicts the Boy Scouts of America universal emblem. Inscriptions surrounding the emblem read "United States of America", "Boy Scouts of America", "Be Prepared", "E Pluribus Unum", and "One Dollar". The reverse was engraved by US Mint Sculptor-Engraver Jim Licaretz. The Boy Scouts coins will be stuck in 90% silver and 10% copper with a face value of $1. The coins will be offered in uncirculated and proof qualities with US Mint sales beginning on or after February 8, 2010 and continuing until the end of the year or until the maximum authorized mintage of 350,000 coins has been sold. A $10 surcharge will be added to the price of each coin, which will be distributed to the National Boy Scouts of America Foundation. These funds will be made available to local councils in the form of grans for the extension of scouting in hard to serve areas. The authorizing legislation for the Boy Scouts commemorative coin program was signed into law on October 8, 2008 by President George W. Bush. Recently on October 29, 2009, a separate commemorative coin program for the Girl Scouts of the United States of America was signed into law by President Obama. The Girl Scouts coins will be issued in 2013. Intermountain Republican Women Federated Offers "Insight Into Iran" Farrah Douglas, a Carlsbad resident and member of Carlsbad Republican Women will provide a "citizens view" into Iran, both past and present. Farrah is an American citizen who grew up in Iran, married an American and still has family and contacts living there. She is active in Carlsbad city government and operates a printing business there. The presentation will be Monday January 25th, 10:45 at the Sizzler Restaurant, 344 Main Street, Ramona A salad bar lunch is available for $10.00. Intermountain welcomes Republican Women from Ramona, Julian, Wynola, Santa Ysabel and Warner Springs to this event. Let us learn more about this country. Girls Basketball Sweat & Support = Success by Rowlynda Moretti Julian High School Junior & Girls Varsity Basketball Co-Captain photos by Sandy Moretti The Julian High School Girls Basket Ball team would like to thank Mountain Proflame for donating $1,000 that allowed our road trip to a tournament in North Lake Tahoe possible. We were elated and speechless at this act of generosity. They truly aided us in making memories of a lifetime. The basketball team consists of Anastasia Moore (senior), Deanna Hernandez (junior), Leah Keane (junior & Co Captain), Rowlynda Moretti (junior & Co Captain), Kjell Reeve (sophomore), Teresa Linton (sophomore), Emilee (Peaches) Boland (sophomore), Katy Newgard (sophomore), Hannah Elliott (freshman), Eden Tunnell (freshman), Michelle Tyndall (freshman), Allison Duffy (freshman), and Hannah LaJaunie (freshman). We would like to thank our coaches Mr. Mark Aumman and Mr. Craig Pierson. We were truly blessed as a team to have them as coaches. They give up so much of their time to make it possible for us to participate in many tournaments and games. We would also like to give a special thanks to Yvonne Fleet for always supporting us and helping with the paperwork that goes along with sports. Our trip to the North Lake Tahoe Tournament was a huge success. We improved and added to our skills as basketball players. We were able to truly bond as a team. It was a nice calm for all the students before the storm of finals. Mountain Proflame also started each of our drivers off with a full tank of gas!!! We truly appreciate their generosity. Community support Groceries. Fresh Produce. Sundries Beer. Wine. Liquor Dry Gleaning, Lotto, Scratchers Full Service "Best in the County" Meat Department ES.D.A. Choice Bee[ Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Cut to your Speci[ications OPEN DALLY 6 a.m. TO 8 p.m. is what keeps our special activities functioning in these tough economic times. A special thanks goes out to our parent drivers: Mrs. Shawna Tunnell, Mrs. Jean Duffy, Mr. Pete Tyndall, Mrs. Carla Tyndall, Mrs. Sandy Moretti, Mrs. Wendy Reeve, Mrs. Yvonne Fleet, Mr. Erik Fleet, and to Gwenda and Richard Ashburn, Hannah Elliott's grandparents, (for coming to cheer us on!). Of course we would also like to thank Mr. Aumman and Mr. Pierson for driving. These coaches, parents, and family members made this trip possible, and a lot of fun!!! We played a total of three games with one win. We packed in a ton of fun among our many activities including a trip to the movie theater to see New Moon, a stop on the lake shore for a photo op, and a dinner with all the other tournament participants at Jake's On The Lake! We would also like to thank Mr. and Mrs. Tyndall for the use of their condo! We were thrown into a winter wonderland with a few snow flurries, just enough to submerge us all into the holiday spirit! We are currently playing many non- league games, and practicing hard to prepare for league. We would like to Thank Mrs. Aumman for making the rosters for the Girls Basketball Team that hand in the gym. Thank You to Mrs. Tunnell for making the rosters for the Boys Basketball Team to hang in the gym. We appreciate all the community support and continually welcome all "fans" to the gym! Thank You to Mrs. Moretti for running the Junior Class Snack Bar at the basketball games, come on out have a snack and enjoy the games! A night at the movies and a day at the beach.