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January 20, 2010 January Is "Thank You" Month Vee Lumpkins for us Senior Citizens Those of us senior citizens who participate in our senior lunch program are very grateful for all the kindnesses shown us through 2009 by our local bakeries as follows: Once a month, we receive Controlled Pile Burns Planned On Volcan Mountain Goal is to Reduce Fire Hazards Inside Volcan Mountain Wilderness Preserve The County Department of Parks and Recreation will be conducting a series of controlled pile burns starting the week of January 11th on Volcan Mountain Wilderness Preserve, located 5 miles north of Julian. The pile burns are part of a fuel reduction management plan and are conducted under a permit from CalFire and a Smoke Management Plan approved by the Air Pollution Control District. All burns are weather-permitting and subject to CalFire approval. The burn piles will be monitored at all times with fire suppression equipment on-site. For more information, please contact Supervising Ranger Roger Covalt at (760) 765-4093. surplus bread from DUDLEY'S. JULIAN PIE COMPANY daily donates cookies, muffins, donuts and pies. MOM'S PIE SHOP donates four pies each Tuesday morning. Needless tp say. we eat well. Our sincere thanks to these generous folks. Also, our special thanks to Laurel Granquist who occasionally provides food items for our FOOD BANK. High School Wood Sale The Junior Class of 2011 is selling firewood as a fundraiser for prom! The oak wood will be sold in bundles of 5 logs for $4 and 10 logs for $7. If you are interested, call the High School at: (760) 765-0606, to place your order. This is a win-win situation for us all; while you heat your home, we raise money for one of the grandest events at the Julian High School! Thank you! The Junior Class Passing Of The Torch At Mountain Farms Realty Kaaren Terry is now the proud owner of Mountain Farms Realty. She has been an agent with Mountain Farms for the past three years developing an extensive property management business, and also doing sales. Kaaren and her husband Tom have been residents in Julian since 1999. Kaaren met Janet Gastil on a hike and soon was offered a position at Mountain Farms. This is when she decided to stop selling houses in San Diego and plant herself full time in the town she loves. Since Janet Gastil is spending most of the week in the big city she decided it was a good time to pass the torch to someone she has worked with and who also loves Mountain Farms Realty. Janet will continue to have her license with Mountain Farms as a broker/associate, along with Halley Ann & Larry Failer, associates. Mountain Farms Realty has been in the same location on Main Street since 1993, and thanks to Janet Gastil the business is celebrating 30 years of service to the community. The agents, with 68 years of collective experience promise to continue to give the same friendly, professional, ethical service to their clients; exactly the way Janet has done these past 30 years. Kaaren feels it is such an honor to have the opportunity to continue the profession she loves in the red house with her little dog Kelly, who has now 'been promoted to official greeter. Mountain Farms Realty invites Julian to drop by and see all the holiday decorations in the front yard throughout the year. The historic red schoolhouse is the perfect place to show everyone passing by that we love Julian and want to share our spirit with them. Julian isn't just a town... it's a way of life. i Kaaren Terry and the office's "official greeter" Kelly The Julian News 3 Volcan Mountain Preserve Foundation Presents The 2010 Auction And Dinner Dance An extraordinary evening is coming again to our lovely back country! Volcan Mountain Preserve Foundation presents this year's Auction and Dinner Dance on Sunday March 7th, 2010. The evening's event will be held at Warner Springs Ranch, in Warner Springs, CA. Get ready for an evening of wonderful food, entertainment and great auction items! The dinner will be prepared by Award-winning Chef Dan Saito, a two time nominee for the James Beard Award. Also there are many new auction items that you won't want to miss, like 1 week at Costa Rica beach front property or 1 week at Casa Mojando in Otavalo, Ecuador. Tickets are $75 per person and can be reserved thru the VMPF office. Call 760-765-2300. Also, special lodging rates of $65/nigh at available at Warner Springs Ranch. Call 760-782-4200 and request the special room rate for the Dinner Dance and Auction .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... event. The amenities at WSR IB THUR are outstanding. Visit www. RIB STARTS AT2PM ...... WarnerSprings.com for more information. :: ;: So save the date and be part of something extraordinary, Volcan our "Not So Ordinary Mountain"T POPE TREE SERVICE All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial Oak and Pine our Specialty Julian Youth Baseball Registration Open by Curt Nelson, Julian Youth Baseball Public Information Officer Registration for the 2010 season of baseball for kids aged 4-14 is now open and will continue through February 1Z Julian Youth Baseball ("JYB", formerly Julian PONY Baseball) has an exciting 2010 season planned. Five divisions, from 4, 5, & 6 year olds playing T-Ball up through 13 & 14 year oldswill practice weekly and play Saturdays at Jess Martin Park. Parents of both boys and girls are encouraged to sign up their children at the Julian Elementary School, right after school on Mondays, Thursdays, or Fridays between now and February 12 with Player Agent Leslie Baay (760-765-2250, Lbaay@aol.com). Registration requires a birth certificate, medical insurance card, proof of residency (such as utility bill, mortgage statement or something with your physical address on it), and payment. 2010 "Early Registration" fees are $45 for Cap & Shirt, or $60 for a full uniform (cap, shirt, socks, belt, and baseball pants) for 4-12 year olds, $70 for a full uniform for 13 & 14 year olds. Eady Registration runs from January 11 - January 29. From January 29- February 12 fees will be $15 higher per player. Continuing last year's policy, "Early Registration" fees are at JYB's cost. Discounts are available for families with more than one child playing. JYB believes that every kid that wants to play should play, so partial and full scholarships are available for families unable to pay full fees. Tryouts will be Saturday, February 27 at Jess Martin Park starting at 8am. Different age groups will "try-out" at different times during the day. Check back for future stories in The Julian News to find out when your child's age group will have tryouts. Tryouts are intendedfor coaches to assess players' skills, to attempt to divide teams up evenly. Every kid that registers will be assigned a team, and will play. Again this year we will have a "Cap Night", where teams will be announced and team caps distributed, as well as the traditional baked goods auction/fundraiser. Cap Night hasn't been scheduled yet, but will happen sometime between February 27 and the first day of practice, March 7. Opening Day, again at Jess Martin Park, along with team and individual pictures, will happen March 20, with full games in each of the divisions. Play continues through Closing Day June 12 for the regular season. JYB expects to field an All-Star team or teams this year, which will continue beyond June 12th for "All-Star" players selected and available to play. Parents or community members interested in volunteering can contact League Commissioner Tom Skibinski at 760-271-3041 or tom. skibinski@sbcglobal.net. We have a solid crew signed up already but could use more coaches, managers, scorekeepers and "team mom's"; snack bar volunteers; and Board Members (specifically an Equipment Manager and a Safety Officer.) Area business owners or people employed by companies that might consider sponsoring a team, player scholarships, or the overall league can contact Curt Nelson at 619-813-2878 or curtnelsonl@ mac.com. Very soon the baseballs will be flying, the bats swinging, andthe kids chanting "hey batta batta!" Join in for a great couple months of instruction, exercise, and America's Favorite Pastime! ".'J14 " J .... Senior 400l00ss JUHS MultiPurpose Room FEB 2010 Music Returning to Romano's "After Hours" iil iiiii, "After Hours Music" at Romano's Restaurant premieres this Saturday night January 23rd at 8:30 P.M. The first guests in this new musical venue will the popular Julian group, Jake's Mountain. Romano's has renovated since last having music, by opening up the wall that separated the main dining area to provide unobstructed views and sound of the performers. To complement the music, Stan Caputo is formulating an "After Hours" menu, so patrons will be able to enjoy food along with their favorite drinks at the bar or at tables throughout the restaurant. The real excitement though, is the music at a great adult venue. Janice Bina-Smith and Blake Rogers make up Jake's Mountain and have been experiencing great popularity since the release of their new CD, Live at Dark Thirty. Both Janice and Blake are great songwriters, and their harmonies on their original songs and with the audience joining in on popular covers, will make for and exciting evening. Great music will be the big draw at "After Hours" with Joe Rathburn and guests at the second show on Saturday, February 6th.