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January 18, 2012 COMPANY 1 Fundraiser for Three Year Old jjT00 jULIAN TREE Brooklin Butts Daughter of Rory and Meghan Butts Jeremy's on the Hill will host a fundraising dinner on Wednesday, January 25th from 4pm - 8pm for precious three year old Brooklin 85ocal Experience Since 1988 * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER License #945348 Fresh Cuts At The Meat Counter, Fresh Produce, Cheeses, Dairy, Deli Sandwiches Dry Cleaning Drop off tots of NEW #lurch-Free Items H: 760-765-2975 00IC: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 WE-8690A Celebrating The Inspired Images And Connected Youth Of Volcan Mountain It's that time of year again! The 21st Annual Volcan Mountain Foundation (VMF) Dinner Dance & Auction will be held on Sunday, March 4th again at Camp Stevens in Julian. The proceeds from this fun-filled, delicious and entertaining event all go to support the VMF's efforts to protect and preserve Volcan Mountain--the Crest of the San Dieguito River Park's Coast to Crest Trail. The past couple of years have been sell outs, so it's important to make your reservations early! The annual Dinner Dance & Auction is VMF's largest annual fundraiser, and a taste bud-tempting menu featuring Seafood Stuffed Salmon, Stuffed Steak Piemonte, and Butternut Squash Ravioli will be presented by award-winning Pear Trees Catering. While enjoying enticing hers d'oeurves guests can select from an astounding array of auction items, featuring fine art, popular travel destinations, theater, dining, excursions, and much more. Now in its fourth year this year's selection of Fab Feast private dining events and unique local Experiences are sure to" please. Be sure to leave room for fabulous desserts created by Anita Nichols of Mom's Pie House, while you waltz, swing and boogie the night away. The collaborative 'Kids With Cameras' photo project and some of its young photographers will be recognized for their inspired work. Proceeds from the sale of KidsWith Cameras note cards and matted enlargements, featuring their images, will go right back to support more kids exploring nature, photography, and Volcan Mountain. Reservations are $75 per person. Please contact the Volcan Mountain Foundation office at 760-765-2300, and make your reservations right away. Visit for updates and more information. **$ Television has done much for psychiatry by spreading information about it, as well as contributing to the need for it. -- Alfred Hitchcock Butts who is currenntly at the Ronald McDonald House in Pbrtland, Oregon undergoing treatment for cancer. "Rory is a very talented Chef who used to work with us at Jeremy's on the Hill and we will support his family any way we can," said Chef Jeremy. "Rory was a big influence on all of us at Jeremy's and he brought many skills to the table that we still use," continued Jeremy. We will be serving: Oven Roasted Chicken, Truffled Twice Baked Potatoes and Seasonal Vegetables. The cost is $16 for adults and $9 for children. Tickets may be purchased in advance at the restaurant for $15 and please make reservations by calling 760.765.1587. "100% will be donated to the family," said Teresa Manley, Chef Jeremy's Mother. "Our staff is amazing and they are donating their time, we will be donating the food costs and I know our wonderful community will come together and do everything they can to help our neighbors," continued Teresa Manley. "If the price is a little too much for you, come by anyway and we'll drop the price to get you in and support the family," said Chef Jeremy. "Rory is like my brother and I&ETMd do anything for him," said Sous Chef Dax Christian. "We are a family and we stick together," has been echoed from everyone on staff at Jeremy's. The staff at Jeremy's on the Hill will also be gathering cards, gifts for the family and monetary donations to send to the family which you may bring in to the restaurant at 4354 Highway 78. Many of you in Julian know Rory&TMs Mother, Debbie Butts, who is one of the friendly faces we see at our local Post Office. Please keep Brooklin and her family in prayer and if you are unable to attend, please send donations to the Brooklin Butts fund to Rabobank, PO Box 1897, Julian, CA 92036. Cards may also be sent to the family to the Ronald McDonald House, Room 101, 3440 SW Veterans Hospital Road, Portland, OR, 97239. Bailey's To Begin Brewing New 3.5 barrel brewing system for Julian Brewing Company should be brewing in the next few weeks if all goes well First HARD CIDER '$ DAILY beer will be Bailey Pale Ale named for the town founder Drury Bailey. They'll brew it with all locally grown hops, Cascade and Nugget, from Star B Ranch in Santa Ysabel. This weekend Bailey's will host local guitar hero Roy Wathen and the Wathenclan Band on the 21st. The band features local character Sponge Bob on bass. And rounding out the month of January is the Pescadero Pickers, who play self described Hillbilly Blues. February will be a full month of music with 2 Friday shows already booked. Startin the month with Wild Night on Saturday the 4th. For Valentines Day weekend they'll have free show with local troubadours Highway 79 on Friday the 10th at 8 pm. Saturday the 11th will feature local rockers Natural Selection at 8 pm. Over President's day weekend High Plains Drifters will play on Friday the 17th and the Sofa Kings with Harry Joe Reynolds will entertain us on the 18th, both shows at 8 pm. Bailey's will be open all day, Monday the 20th for the Presidents" Day holiday. Remember, the $5 cover for the music shows goes directly to the band. wilIFriday,Lkingb further ahead, there ....... : i will be an Open Mic night on March 2nd and the Smart Brothers return to Julian on Saturday March 31st. Then gearing up for a big St. Patrick's Day Party on Saturday the 17th. With Guinness Stout on tap, Beer Boiled Corned Beef, lots of Jameson, a great 12 year old Irish Single Malt Whiskey and hopefully some great house brewed beer! Saloon and Brewery News Lots of great beer on tap right now, but that is becoming pretty standard. From Alpine we have continued on pag Aoc EBT The Julian News 3 II. Will Monday -- Saturday 9 am - 6 pm Sunday 9 am- 5 pm 2117 Street 7eo. 700s. ssoo y Cleaning Service in by Tuesday, Back by Friday [ Phone in You r Meal and,Dell Orders, No Waitinll CHRISTINE CATALINA TAX ADvISOR ACCOUNTING SERVICES FINANCIAL PLANNINGJTAX PLANNING 1 TAX PREPARATION SCAN WITH YOUR 2o15 Main Street, Suite F SMARTPHONE P.O. Box 2456 Julian, CA 92036 TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT AND FOR OFFERS Get the free QR reader at your smartphone app store (760) 765-1050 No smartphone Enter in your PC or Mac browser for appointment NEW YEAR, HEALTHIER YOUI START THE NEW YEAR WITH CRYSTAL CLEAR & REFRESHING DRINKING WATER Only$19.75 per month, inc/. coo/er renta/ and 2 five gallon bottles of drinking water +tax & bottle deposit For home or office delivery: , 760'805,8879 Now serving the entire east county i Spring Water add 84 cents per gallon FDA Licensed No contract! Ask about our private label liter & .5 liter bottles for your business or Special event and fundraiser. BORREGO SPRINGS BOTTLED WATER Spencer Valley School Climbing Volcan Mountain by Heidi Schlotfeldt With clippers, shovels, and hoes in hand, Spencer Valley School students forged a new trail up to a "sky island" on Volcan Mountain. Under the direction of Volcan Mountain Foundation Education Coordinator Kathleen Beck, students, parents, and volunteers removed invasive species of non-native plants, built check dams, and cleared and created a trail. Their reward was enjoying lunch at the top with a stunning view all the way to the ocean. The third through eighth grade students hav e a special relationship with Volcan Mountain and VMF. Since 2008, they have been spending time on Volcan studying local history and environmental science, and. trying to illustrate the mountain's wonders in writing, art, and photography. It's an exciting opportunity to connect state standard curriculum with local resources. This year the focus is on community service. The trail the students helped build will allow future generations the chance to enjoy the mountain. Perhaps someday they will bring their own children hiking on the trail! There's also the element of fun. Faces striped and swirled with black charcoal from burned trees, students headed back down the new trail, chattering, singing, and laughing in their outdoor classroom. Calea, Brigit and Isabella building dams A photo by Kris Jobsen