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January 27, 2010 County of San Diego Department of Environmental Health Household Hazardous, Electronic & Universal Waste Collection Event Who: Where: When: Time: San Diego County Unincorporated Area Residents County Road Station, Julian 1524 Highway 78, Julian CA 92036 Saturday, February 13, 20!0 9:00 am to 2:00 pm Bring up to t 5 gallons or 125 pounds of waste per car Please tape ends of household batteries Home-generated sharps (syringes, needles & lancets) will be accepted in rigid, closed containers Business Waste, Tires, Ammunition, ~ Explosives, Large Appliances or Medication For Information Please Call: 1-877 -R- I-EARTH ( 1-877-713-2784) Fimded by' a grant from the Se Habla Espa~ol Cat!/brnia Integrated Waste Management Board HARDWARE STORES "Hilltop Supply ] A Pea]. Country BeLt'dwar Sto=e Why spin your wheels trying to find items etsewhere.'~ Our customers say we stock almost everything they,ve ever tried to find. Instead of last resort, TRY US FIRST! We don't got it, we can get it. Come see why we're "HILLTOP SUPPLY." 619 473.8461" 619 44~-21~ 27506 Old Hwy. 80, Guatay ]rlr ........................................................... & 532 "B" Street P.O. Box 159, Ramona, CA 92065 (760) 789-0240 OPEN SUNDAYS! WeBeloS and Cub Scout Pack 690 by Carmen White photos courtesy of Lysa Copeland and Tim White The Julian WeBeLoS and Cub Scout Pack 690 ended the 2009 year with a race. The boys had been working for several weeks getting their Pinewood Derby cars ready. Each young man, along with their father, handcrafted their cars from a simple block of wood. At our final meeting for the year we held a race. It took a few heats to narrow it down to the final 3. Degan Chambers and his "Bat Mobile" took home the coveted Trout Plaque donated by Pistols & Petticoats for third place. Kai McDermid and his "Green Machine" won second place and received a sharpening stone for his pocket knife, donated by Quinn Knives. Nat Copeland with his "Silver Flyer" sped to the finish line for first place. Nat took home an awesome trophy! All the boys got a ribbon to wear proudly on their uniform. We have done so many neat projects and fieldtrips in such a short time since we started back up in May of 2009. We are very excited about the up coming new year. Our next pack project is to construct our Balsa Wood Model Airplanes! If your son is between 1st and 5th grade and would like to join Scouts or you would like to sponsor a boy please come to one of our meetings. You can also contact Brian Denny or Carmen White. We meet Thursday nights (starting January 7th 2010) 6:15 P.M. at the Catholic Church Meeting Room. Still Time To Promote Your Business At Senior Class Auction At Julian Union High School, the Senior Class has sponsored an auction for the past twenty years in order to raise money for their class gifts, class activities, and funding shortfalls due to the state's economy. The auction has grown greatly over the years and is now one of the school's largest events. However, it is not the senior class that has made the auction successful; it is you, the community that has been behind this success. From it's beginning, the Senior Auction has been an activity that has garnered the support of the entire community. We again seek your support this year. We would like to extend an invitation for to join us at this year's auction, scheduled for Saturday, February 6, 2010. There will be a Silent Auction beginning at 5:30 pm, with a Live Auction to follow at 7:00 pm. The Annual Grand Auction is a great place for you to show your brightest and best products to the community! Some groups may receive contributions casually, but we understand that priority for contributions must be given where energetic promotional considerations may be expected in return. We list your business name and auction item in our program, as well as put together a display both with the item and on our large projection screen. To help us in promoting the generosity of your donation, we ask that you include some promotional items that we can use in the display of that donation. We know the number of requests that you receive week after week is significant, and want you to know that the Julian Union High School Senior Class will do all that is possible to ensure that your donation is well advertised. We thank you for your consid~ratiorl, ....... If would like to participate in the auction by dofiating an item, please include with your donation The Julian News 7 LiViNG TRUST SEMINAR PLAN NOW STEAD OF THE COURT DECIDING LATER WILLS DO NOT AVOID PROBATE We will explain how to transfer your HOME to your family without probate fees!!! EL CAJON COCO'S 1025 Fletcher Pkwy Men., Feb. Ist from lO to 11:15 am JULIAN Angels Landing Country. Inn 2323 Farmer Road Mon., Feb. 1s~ from I to 2:!5 pm ALPINE Bert Fuller VFW Post #9578 844 Tavern Road Mon., Feb. 1st from 3:30 to 4:45 pm SPRING VALLEY Community Center 8735 Jamacha Blvd. Mon., Feb. 1st from 6:30 to 7:45 pm WHY IT'S RISKY TO USE NON-ATTORNEY, DO IT YOURSELF OR INTERNET TRUSTS EVERY HOMEOWNER- SINGLE OR MARRIED - SHOULD ATTEND THIS SEMINAR Keep your affairs private and out of the courts Danger of Joint Tenancy How to reduce or eliminate estate taxes Guardianship issues for your children Provisions for yotu" grandchildren What happens without a Living Trust Reservations Recommended 1-800-350-6376 Married couples encouraged to attend together Presented by: ALPHA OMEGA FAMILY SERVICES Representing AmeriEstate Legal Plan, Inc All new clients are provided with consuhations by an independent qualified attorney who witt help you determine the best plan for your family, An independent licensed Notary Public, who may be a licensed insurance agent, will deliver your documents when completed, Protecting America's Families and Homes from Be~,innin~ to End Bring this flyer and receive $300 offyour Living Trust package at the Seminar. the business's name, your name, address - both physical and mailing, phone number, a description of the item, and its approximate value. If it is more convenient for you, leave your name and phone number with the school and the senior class will arrange to pick up your donation. Thank you and we hope to see you at the auction. If you have any questions or would like to help with the auction, please feel free to call us at the high school at (760) 765-0606, ext. 211 or 129 anytime. Chamber Installation Dinner February 5th The Julian Chamber of Commerce's Annual dinner and installation of the new board will take place at the Town Hal on Friday February 5th starting at 6 O'Clock. This years theme (apropriate dress is optional) is China. The meal will be provided by the new 78 Bistro in Wynola and Chef Kue. It includes a Vermicelli salad, Pan Seared Goma Chicken, Thai Barbequed Spare Ribs, Pineapple Fried rice and Tropical Fruit Profiterole. As always Supervisor Dianne Jacob will swear in the new board of directors. All hold overs from last year. The event is always a fun evening for attendees and an opportunity to talk with the Supervisor and Chamber board members in a more casual atmosphere. Tickets can be purchased through the Chamber office $45 per couple and $25 for individuals. For more information you can call 760 765 1857 or stop by the office, located in the Town Hall. Trevor Denny and Kai McDermid getting ready for a practice race From left to right: Trevor Denny, Jacob Sheppard, Degan Chambers, Ty White, Nat Copeland, Timmy McCain, P.J. Scholl, Andy Bellman, Kai McDermid. Cub Scout Leader, WeBeLoS Leader, Brian Denny and Assistant Cub Scout Carmen White Leader, April McCain handing out ribbons to the scouts.