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January 14, 2015

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January 14, 2015 THE Saturday, January 31st 5".OOPM Hillside Community Church- 3rd and C A free-will offering willbe taken to support the choir. EDs and other materials will be sold after the performance. I Get Your Eagles Gear At Wet Duck ;ates Open 7 Days 7a.m. to Dark Office- M-F 9 to 4 closed Sat & Su The Booster Club has closed up our bin for the season. We thank all you who bought Julian Eagle products to gupport the athletic program. Leslie Crouch owner of Wetduck Design has opened her workshop in The Julian Trading Post (by the red barn) at 3411 Highway 79 (across the street from the proposed new fire department). Her shop has Julian Eagle t-shirts, fitted ball caps, sweatshirts, jackets, and more! Wetduck Design creates banners, promotional products, apparel and speciality items. Stop by for a cup of coffee Monday through Friday 9-4 or call 619- 729-1437. Julian Aoole Growers Association Apple Tree Pruning Workshop Julian Apple Growers Association (JAGA), a community-based group dedicated to tending and promoting Julian apples, will be holding an apple tree pruning workshop on Saturday, 24th from 10am to 12 noon. Anyone interested in learning the basics for successful apple tree pruning or even brushing up on their skills is invited to attend. The pruning workshop, led by JAGA member Ray Meyer, will be held at Storum Family Farms in Julian located at 1882 Wynola Road. Please bring suitable gloves and water. Snacks will be served. A $5 donation toward the JAGA mission of tending and promoting Julian apples will be appreciated. For further information or questions please contact Teak Nichols, Orchard Realty Expands As Broker Jane Brown-Darche Joins Their Team Orchard Realty welcomed a new broker associate this month: experienced realtor Jane Brown-:Darche. Jane has worked in the Julian backcountry as a licensed rea! estate broker since 1990 and has lived in Julian since 1989. .", was most recently affiliated with Julian Realty.  . Jane looks forward to he; new position at Orchard Realty,, located on Washington Street and owned by Steve and Deborah Kerch. Allison Pettross is also an agent there. Jane and Deborah have previously worked together as real estate professionals and have similar goals and real estate training. Both, for example, possess a risk management specialist designation and keep their real estate knowledge up to date with continued coursework. Deborah noted, "1 had a wonderful time working with Jane in the past and really look forward to doing so again. It's nice to work with someone who has a similar understanding of contract law. Plus we both ride horses and love animals, so there's always something to talk about." Julian real estate is a family tradition for Jane. Her parents opened a brokerage here called Brown and Curry in the early 1970s and operated put of two offices (one in Wynola, one ,on the outskirts of downtown) until 1990. Jane's sister was also a broker. Leading by example, Jane's family inspired her to pursue a real estate career in the area. Jane raised two daughters in Julian, who after graduating from the local high school, Jane is proud to say, went on to universities and received degrees. One daughter now teaches at an elementary school in Ramona. Jane is also excited to welcome to her family a new granddaughter (now eight months old), whom she visits frequently. in her free time, Jane enjoys riding her horse, a mustang named Cheyenne, socializing with friends, and hiking in the backcountry. She and her husband live in Wynola on a four-acre ranch. An animal devotee, Jane adores her two dogs, four cats, two horses and two parakeets. As for any real estate forecasts for 2015, Jane said, "In this profession you get used to not knowing what's going to happen. It's a way of life. But you plan for it and save during the good years to prepare for the lean years." Not afraid to take things as they come, Jane looks forward to seeing what the new year brings and to helping buyers and sellers achieve their real estate aims. She's enthusiastic about her new professional home and hopes to contribute greatly to Orchard Realty's success. Art Students Exploring History Through Masks Prior to starting on their winter break Julian High School Art students combined Art History with a project to create masks. The were learning about expressionist painters and took some of their work to create their ow unique masks. The completed work will be on display during the Spring Art Show, along with other projects the students have ready for display. 1 The Julian News 3 TA Meet The "'I believe the world is divided in three groups: givers, takers and the few that can balance both impulses. Giving and loving is a beauti, l hing. It is the currency of compassion and Mndness, it is what separates good people from the rest. And without it, the world would be.bkeakplce. If you are a giver, it is wise to define your boundaries because takers will take what you allow them to; all givers must learn to protect that about themselves or eventually, there is nothing left to give." -- Tiffany Madison HOME SERVICES POPE TREE SERVICE All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial u Oak and Pine our Specialty CA. 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