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January 14, 2009

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January 14, 2009 VISIT A HISTORIC JULIa. B00/%N COLLECT]3LES, BOOE00, Shelter Valley Happenings by Rick Sparks If you drive North on Kickin' Horse toward S-2 you'll find this fine mural done by Robert Cording on the side of the Henry's barn. Be aware of the Stagecoach Century bike ride on Saturday the 17th. There will be a lot of riders the entire length of S-2 South of Scissors crossing plus 5 miles North crossing highway 78. Julian Adult School To Offer Beginning Woodworking Class Would you like to learn techniques for working with hand tools? In this class the instructor, Bill Fink, a fine woodworker by trade, will through guided practice and demonstration, teach the use and care of basic woodworking tools. Topics covered will be. sharpening, use and techniques of chisels, planes, scrapers and handsaws as well as measuring, marking and use of a variety of glues, leading up to the making of the dovetail joint. Course Information Where: Julian High School Woodshop When: 6 classes, Tuesday, January 27th thru Tuesday, March 3rd. 6:36 pm to 8:30pm Who: Adults (18 yrs and older) Cost: $70 Questions or toSign-Up: Call Carrol Ruffell at 760-855-9298 The Julian News Enjoys A Trip To The Islands Librarian Colleen Baker and her sister Cammy Gaston attended a luau in Lihue, Kauai with the Julian News in tow! The Julian News 3 Year End Reflections 2008 By Vee Lumpkins JULIAN OUTREACH At the start of a new year, we like to look back and review some of our community activities and Commercial report how it all went. Primarily, we herewith express our sincere thanks to everyone who has had a part in it. ResJd ntJal JULIAN FOOD BANK e we continue to maintain a supply of food for anyone n the community who has a temporary Payment need for food. We appreciate all who donate items to this ltio effort. We would like to suggest --r-" ns donations of more canned meat products like tuna, salmon, beef 24 Hour and beef stew, also pastas. We Relati ships always have available canned Emergency Service on Matter vegetables, soups and sauces ......  ......... ,, /:;*,;  ti [[GASCheck l'AVe-. Over 60 years serving the community we live in. but these in themselves really Trained Lll/J COUNCIL ........ 765 0130 are not able to satisfy a hungry .. person or family. 760 " Donations may be brought to Ben Sulser, District Manager the town hall anytime. I am there ....... : ........ - ...... = - = .......... - : = = every morning until about 11:00 bag of potatoes, bag of oranges, a.m. If we are not there, you yams, large can of tune, green .... . may leaveitwiththeChamber beans and cranberry sauceto rlN0::lN THe New:0000Y00ear secretaries upstairs, make up the Christmas dinner. PROJECT PASS IT ON With all the donated food items,  . .-  > We have had a successful year we give each recipient a number of providing furniture, appliances, of the donated items to add to WITH CaBLe TV. HIGH Speed INTeFNeT. eND Dvr household items and clothing to theirbox. Each box had an apple  B]0 ON BUNDLINI3 all in the community. We hold a pie from JULIAN PIE COMPANY, 88Me monthly distribution on the third package of fruit bars and bread Tuesday of each month at the from DUDLEY's. - / " town hall downstairs. We thank We had placed our decorated ." i'// "  o. ...... all who faithfully donate to this apple boxes at our schools and i'Lei g $"95  cause. There is no qualifying to in shops along Main Street. participate. Our elementary school children INIffNOT0000 UO00, I do have three complaints to provided us with 22 boxes of i, TH report, we are not allowed to food items. What generosity bring and leave furniture and these children have: The Junior !11 large items on town hall property. High school provided 7 boxes full LJVi Someone left a king size bed at and the High School provided 10 the back gate without notifying boxes. Our special thanks to all r""""'"-'l me. For months we tried to find a who gave food items that a family II home for'it but it was continually would have a good Christmas. rejected, tt was in the backyard There are others who played C A B L E and getting weather beaten and an important role in this project. we had to dispose of it through Lane Marian & Tyler Johnson/ UtK j L, ,--- A Ramona Disposal Service. Most donated all those apple boxes. people we serve don't have room Our special thanks to them. for a king size bed. Scott of DON's MARKET *SOM( TFI0fl0NS MaY PLY Another complaint: On a ordered all the purchased items 800 300 6989 third Tuesday distribution of for us at his cost. He has been " -- commodities and Project Pass It so faithful all these years. Our On, while I was temporarily gone special thanks, Scott & Don. from the hall, someone brought,, Then there is Scott Laughlin in arCOUCh long after all the folks who did all the running around had been there and gone. We picking up al the boxes at the cannot leave furniture at the hall schools and all the purchased and my shed was full of apple items at DON'S MARKET. boxes for the holiday food drive. Then a special thank you Fortunately, Scott Laughlin was to all those who helped us on still there and arranged to deliver distribution day. All went well and Power it to someone who decided to we're grateful. accept it. Always call me at 765- Again our thanks to JULIAN 1909 before bringing any large PIE COMPANY for all those item to the town hall. apple pies for each box. Also to My third complaint has to do DUDLEYS for the bread and fruit with the very large jumbo bags bars. f" / of clothing with shoes or books. I know that everyone that Lore#act Sometimes they are too heavy received a Christmas box is very ,,,_ ,,l;-nerat;on for me to handle. I have to lift grateful that we brightened their them up to my van, then into Christmas. my house and then again when We were especially thrilled I bring them to the town hall on and know it was a real answer distribution day. Use more bags, to prayer that both of these don't trying to cram it all into one two big distribution dates were Exquisite Eats For Lady Eagles bag. Clothing items may be left accomplished with favorable at the back gate whenever I am weather. For many days, the by SheryU Strickland there in the mormngs, weather forecasters were Again, we are grateful to all warning us of a mass of major who donate so much beautiful storms with heavy snowfall due to clothing to this cause, hit us. The big snow storm began SENIOR LUNCH PROGRAM the day after our third Tuesday Because of so many activities distribution and cleared in time taking place at the town hall, for the holiday food distribution the many craft shows, home on the23rd. shows and other events, we no We also thank the Julian longer have our senior lunch Chamber of Commerce for program at the hall. Instead, on allowing us to conduct this certain days we have breakfast program at the town hall at the JULIAN CAFE and lunch Last but not least, we want to at MARGARITAS. Anyone thank everyone who made it all ........... &  interested, call me at 765-1909 possible by donating money. i: i for a schedule. Following is a list of those who We are so grateful to JULIAN generously: PIE COMPANY for all their Julian Real Estate Association donations of pies, donuts, ($500), Sons of the American cookies and other pastries and Legion ($500), Curtiss Nelson sometimes delicious soup to and Annette Seppanen ($500), From left to right, JeremyManley, Chef of Jeremy's on the Hill. us. Also to DUDLEYS for their Kathleen and David Rubenson, Jennifer Rainey, Captain, Coach Jeff Jones and Desiree Gough, surplus bread and sweet rolls. Eric E. Otto, Melanie and Donald Junior. MOM'S PIE SHOP donates pies Klika. Shirley and Marvin Beyer, Kicking off the New Year, Jeremy Manley has graciously offered to us each Tuesday.'Needless to Shire Souza Mary Jones, Julian to host a fundraising dinner that will delight your palate and help our say, we seniors eat well: Thank Feed, Laurel Granquist, Judy Lady Eagles Basketball Team raise much needed funds. The Lady you ever so much. Fender, Pat Cox. Lance Deibler Eagles will be playing at 4:00 p.m. against Guajome Park Academy ANNUAL HOLIDAY FOOD and MaryLou White, Barbara at the gym At the Tri-City Tournament, it was close scoring between DRIVE Card, Howard Fisher, Mr. & Mrs. these teams. Guaranteed to be an exciting one! We wind up our year with our Jack McMahan, Marian Alsup, Slam dunk it down to Jeremy's on the Hill right after the game. biggest event. This project is Shirley and Robert Doan Howard Jeremy will be serving Chicken Marinara with french brie, field by the community and for the and Barbara Simpson. If I have greens & carrots including a fountain drink. Cost is $11.00 adults/S8 community. What a wonderful left anyone out let me know 765- children. distribution took place on 1909. My record keeping was not Jeremy Manley a former Julian High School grad, is proud to be Tuesday, December 23rd. at it's best during those weeks, able to give back to the community that has been such a wonderful We gave out 144 apple boxes of Total cost of purchased items food to our low income, disabled, was over $3,000. Thanks to the source of encouragement & support to his creative business endeavor unemployed residents filled with generosity of so many it was paid --Jeremy's on the Hill Don't miss the fun and fantastic food. Mark your calendars, please! foodfortheirChristmas.Webegin in full. many of our donations You won't be disappointed planning in October accepting were received anonymously and applications and donations of for that we are also blessed. Where: Jeremy's on the Hill money to purchase the frozen It was a great year! When: January 20th turkeys and canned hams, eggs, Time: 6:00-6:30 p.m.