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II Valley, Mr. Lagu~ ........ Summit, War~r In. Volume 26 - Issue 24 Wednesday January 26, 2011 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Eagles Winter Athletics Basketball Boys Fri Jan 28 6:00PM home vs. Vincent Memorial H. S. TueFeb 1 7:00PM away @ Warner High School Fri Feb 4 6:30PM home vs. Borrego Springs High School Girls Fri Jan 28 4:30PM home vs. Vincent Memorial H. S. Tue Feb 1 5:30PM away @ Warner High School Fri Feb 4 5:00PM. home vs. Borrego Springs High School Soccer Boys Wed Jan 26 3:30PM away @ Mt. Empire H. S. Mon Jan 31 6:00PM away @ Hamilton H. S. Wed Feb 2 4:30PM away @ Foothills Christian Fri Feb 4 3:30PM home vs. Borrego Springs High School Girls Wed Jan 26 3:30PM away @ Borrego Springs High School Fri Jan 28 3:30PM away @ Guajome Park Academy Mon Jan 31 3:30PM away @ Hamilton H. S. Wed Feb 2 3:30PM home vs. Vincent Memorial H. S. Fri Feb 4 4:30PM away @ Foothills Christian Friday Night Live Youth Leadership Camp Drug Free Julian and the High School Teen Center would like to send a few Freshmen and Sophomores to Camp Marston for a weekend full of workshops, activities, and fun times. It's a chance to meet other Friday Night Live youth, and a place to learn leadership and community problem solving skills. Friday, February 4th at 7pm until Sunday, February 6th at 4pm. If you are interested, contact Jean Duffy 760-765-2228 or Lisa Elkins 719-671-5981 today. Lions Club Student Speakers Contest The 74th Julian Lions Club Student Speakers Contest will take place Thursday, February 10, 2011, 6:30 p.m. At the Julian Library, Conference Room. Students interested should contact Mrs. Wylie at the High School or contest Chairperson Don Garrett at (760)765-3647. Students will have to prepare a talk, not over ten minutes, or less than five minutes delivery time. CERT Graduates rne-r Contlngenf by Diane Hake Davis, Mary Ann Davis, Dick Lipsett, Patrick Heath, Billie Black, Jelena Maksimovic, Sue Douglas, Paula Marin, Frank Jacinto from StoneRidge, and from Shelter Valley, Debbie and Duane Jenson and La Rita Franks from Los Tules. Thanks to the San Diego Fire Authority firefighters who assisted in the training scenario: Arthur Camarena, Joshua Evans, Zachary McCreary and Taylor Kellogg. Volunteer victims assisted in the disaster scenario for graduation were: Sheri Rumble, Carl Sencenich, Sherry Sencenich and their 4 year old Granddaughter, Jamie, and Ken Price from Fallbrook, and Bob Johnson, Jinni Hall, Lydia Mondonedo, Jim March, Bob King, and Stephen Lorenz from StoneRidge. We will be teaching another CERT program starting Tuesday, March 1 from 6 - 8:30 pm. The program includes 9 units: Disaster Preparedness, Fire Safety, Medical Operations, Light Search and Rescue, Disaster Psychology and Terrorism. This training is free of charge. Please contact: Johnny 760- 7 [ ....... Thank you to Captain Patrick Walker, CAL Fire Warner Springs for sponsoring the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program in the StoneRidge community. Dale Goodban and Ryan Johnson from San Diego Fire Authority were enthusiastic, well informed instructors. Additionally, much appreciation to the guest instructors: Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Patricia Landis, retired FBI agents Monte Leraas, and Gerald Gemmell who taught the unit on Terrorism. A special thank you goes to Donna Lorenz for her tenacity and Johnny Hake for program coordination and instruction. On Monday, January 17, another 28 participants graduated from the CERT Academy. They have dedicated the past 9 weeks to becoming more self confident by accepting persona~ responsibility for their well-being as a community. Congratulations to: Pat King, Jeannie Tyler, Linda Bovet, Mary Hadsall, Mary Ann Keats, Dee March, Colletta Mayes, Betty A. Harrision, Gwen Smith, Dee Dechert, John Postel, Donna Julian News' PO Box 639 Julian, CA. 92036 Change Service Requested Lorenz, Amy Gemmell, Gerald 310-0206 or Diane 760-310- Gemmell, Chuck Broddie, 0976 - Dominick DeClesis, Paula a roaring start after Winter Break. We are happy to report that our player participation increased by 15% with over 80 students signing up to play basketball this year! We are looking forward to watching so many kids develop and strengthen their basketball skills over the next eight weeks. As always our Divsion I (6- 8th grade) teams are strong and competitive. We have four teams in Division I coached by the following volunteers: Joy Booth, Jean Duffy, Steve Gannon and Theresa Gregor/Leslie Baay. We are also extremely fortunate to have four teams in Division II (3rd-5th grade) coached by our wonderful volunteers: Joy Booth, Jim Kron, Clint/Shot Linton, and Misty/Fred Dornon. Our two Clinic Teams (K-2nd grade) are the Red Hot Flames (Coach Theresa Gregor) and the Blue Giants (Coach Tania Pitman). Games are held every Saturday beginning at 8am with the Division I teams playing at the High School Gymnasium. The Clinic begins at 9:45am at the Elementary Multipurpose Room followed by games from Division II teams beginning at 11am also played at the Elementary School, Next month we will host our 2nd Annual Spaghetti Shoot-Out, so watch for an announcement and flyers to be posted soon! We will wrap up our exciting and energizing season on March 19th. Our referees for the League this season are Ryan Monroe and Daniel Marino (JUHS Class of 2008), Seth Tunnell, Cameron Gannon, Colton Anderson, and Ben Beatty. Our referees were provided excellent training from Mr. Brian Duffy and Mr. Steve Gannon. Without the generous support from our Community Sponsors this season would not be off to such a good start. Booth Business Park and Profiame provided valuable League Sponsorships,The Birdwatcher Nature Store, Mom's Pie Shop, and Red-Tail Monitoring Inc. provided Division support, and Don's Market, Fred & Misty Dornon, Patrick Engineering, and Rick & Sheryll Strickland provided donations for scholarships. Thanks to these donations, our kids have new, reversible uniforms (jerseys and shorts), new basketballs, and the support they need to enjoy a fun and exciting sport. Our Concession Stand is set up and served by the tireless Rittberg Family! Howard and Monet do a terrific job each week setting up not one, but TWO concessoins stands for us to enjoy. Please remember to lend them a helping hand before or after your child plays. Individual and team pictures were photgraphed by Mr. Kevin Winter from AII-4-Seasons Photography (Santa Ysabel/Ramona) and will be returned Saturday, January 22nd. We want to thank Mr. Winter for providing an affordable player-package right before the Holidays. Finally, please join the JYB Board in thanking the wonderful parents, grandparents, community sponsors and volunteers that are making the Jufian Youth Basketball 2010- 2011 Season possible! We sincerely appreciate your support and your commitment to our youth! If you have any questions about the League, please contact one of our Board Members. Thank you from, Theresa Gregor, Leslie Baay, Rebecca Skibinski, & Nicole Sheppard P...0.,.0 s,,.0,.011J Itl Ih h,h,h,,,Ih,lh,lh,,,,ll,,hlll,,,h,h,,h hlh,,h,II Small Town Papers TFN 5026 California Ave SW i (~. Seattle WA 98136-1208 :~ l[ IT I 1 Julian YouthMusic On Th =. Moqntain Basketball Library Welcomes Joe Rathburn Association FOr An Evening Of Folk Julian Youth Basketball is off to striking about this music is its positive tone. Rathburn talks about the lack of spirituality in o~r lives and togetherness... The music is top notch and he has a great versatility and breadth in musical knowledge." He's been nominated 3 times in the San Diego Music Awards as a performer and for his first two recordings: 1997's Little Suns, and 2001's Rockwells and Picassos. Since October of 2006 he has hosted a weekly songwriter showcase in San Diego called Joe Rathburn's Folkey Monkey. It has garnered a reputation for being one of'the best regular acoustic shows in town. Praise for Joe Rathbum: "...Joe Rathburn sings modest tunes about ordinary people, but the care and craft he devotes to his Everyguy (and Everygal) songs give each little story a big warm heart." - Karla Peterson, The San Diego Union/Tribune. (Review of Joe's CD "Rockwells and Picassos") "Rathburn is back with twelve acoustic guitar- based songs in the vein of Croce, Henley, Cockburn and other greats before him. The thoughtful Americana themes underlying "Rockwells and Picassos" are the result of this positive thinking, possible ex-hippie, pouring his heart into his catchy, feel-good tunes. Rathburn has a broad range of sounds in his sincere storytelling folk-pop that has only gotten better with this all, urn." Blair Alley in SLAMM Magazine "If the purpose 0f f01k music is to provide the listener with something to think about while being entertained with good instrumental and vocal accompaniment, Joe Rathburn has hit the mark." - Dave Garcia, San Diego Troubadour Magazine, January 2002 issue. Don't miss Joe Rathburn - Tuesday, February 1st, 2011, at 6:00 PM at the Julian Library, located at 1850 Hwy 78, Julian. The concert is free to the public and includes refreshments and a free raffle for one of Joe Rathburn's CDs. For more information, please call the library at 760-765-0370. Personal develo gurus all agree that best way to be positive is to surround yourself with positive people and events. It is amazing how fast optimistic juju can rub off on you - especially if it is presented in an engaging and emotidnally stirring way. That's why!a heartfelt positive message, shared artfully through music, has always lifted our spirits. So where has that music gone? It seems the music that makes us ~eel good has becomje a precious commodity, almost al thing of the past. Not to worry - there are musicians that are putting the positive back in great music. One of those musicians will perform in Julian next Tuesday. On February 1st, 2011, you are invited to get entertained and positive through the award winning music of Joe Rathburn. The live "Music on the Mountain" concert at the Jul!an Library begins at 6:00 PM.| The free concert is presented by the Friends of the Julian Library's Arts and Letter Committee and the San Diego County Library's Acoustic Music Showcase. Joe Rathburn's musi( is all about the positive. Hi~ tunes fall into a relatively new genre, appropriately called positive Music. Somewhere betwffen folk and pop, somewhere ~etween David Wilcox and Jame~Taylor, that's where you willfipd Joe Rathburn's style. HisI music also pays homage tq other singer/songwriters of the~ 1960s and '70s; Paul Simon and Cat Stevens come to mind. Rathburn's songs are catchy - who wants to listen to mMsic that isn t , but.there is mqc~e than just chord changes, grooves, catchy melodies and hooks for the sake of their cool factor. Rat~hburn's lyrics aim to speak to the heart and mind of the listener directly. His songs uplift the soul in an instantly tangible way, while remaining fun, interesting, and non-preachy. Joe has gained recognition for his deft guitar work, emotive voice, as well as his fine song writing abilities and wry sense of humor. Joe writes and performs songs that have purpose and message. The editorofMUscene. com noted, "What is immediately Julian girls take advantage of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu classes offered in Ramona by Kate LaJaunie Kevin Hosseini began learning Jiu-Jitsu when he was 12; by the age of 16 he taught a beginning class. Now as a black belt he recently opened his own academy in Ramona. He gives all of his students a free week to make sure they will like the classes before they sign up. Now in Kevin's 4th month of teaching at his Ramona based academy, four Julian girls, Gabby Chavez, Salim Burchett, HannaH LaJaunie and Coral Stormont are still learning Jiu- Jitsu as well as self defense and submission grappling. The girls have developed a feeling of self confidence in any environment they're put into. They have also developed a stronger cardio for the heart, stamina and energy keeping it strong for training, walking, running and just general life. from just the warm-ups alone. Tyler Crouch is also a student at the academy having just received his second stripe on his belt. HannaH got he~ first stripe last week. Both are gqing to enter a tournament next mOnth in San Diego. Gabby Chavez, Salim Burchett, Kevin HosseinL HannaH LaJaunie and Coral Stormont Classes are available every welcome. For more information day except Sunday. Men, call 760-787 5855 or go to www. Women, and Children are Wednesday, February16.8am SUPPORT THE JHS SENIOR GRAND AUCTION Rongbranch Restaurant. SATURDAY,FEBRUARYITH - 5:30 ~! ..................... ~,~,~,.,~ ................. %~,:,,%,L~..o.~ Bring A Raffle Prize - Show Off Your Business Ir rZMIlilIII IIBIIIB]IBIBBItl , ,t ]Tlit Ir111,lTrllr]IIl :IIIIIIIIIIl - -