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January 28, 2009

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January 28, 2009 ~ 79 ~0UTH TO T~NG PO~T Self Esteem Workshop Offeredto Julian Girls! Dove Real Beauty Workshop Facilitated by the Julian Community Parent Coalition - www.juliancpc.org Get involved to make a change! Participate in a Dove Real Beauty Workshop• Every day, we are bombarded by hundreds - if not thousands - of airbrushed images of "beauty•". These images have the power to affect how we see our bodies and our selves. How can we encourage young girls and women everywhere to embrace a more positive image of themselves, both inside and out? You can start by participating in this upcoming Dove' Real Beauty Workshop for Girls. The Dove Real Beauty Workshops for Girls are fun, educational and interactive sessions for young girls and their adult female mentors: mothers, relatives, friends - anyone interested in starting a dialogue on beauty and self-image with a member of the next generation. By attending these workshops, you'll learn how society creates "ideal" images of beauty and how to engage young girls in a healthy dialogue about self-esteem. Our First Workshop is for 8th and 9th Grade Girls Please Join us. Saturday, February 21, 2009 3pm to 5pm Julian High School Multipurpose Room 15,SV P Required Please Call Robin Boland @760-765-2298 Or Email b01andemail@earthlink.net Additional workshops for girls ages 8-12 will be held in the future. To be informed of the dates, please email Robin @ bolandemail@ earthlink.net • The Julian Historical Society presents Dr. Edward R. Greaves, member of the YMCA Resident Camping, who will give us the ninety year history and development of Camp Marston and the impact it has had over the years in the Julian Community! Prior to the presentation, we will screen a 1930s short silent film on "A Day in the Life of a Rural School" using the Santa Ysabel Schoolhouse at Witch Creek. Wednesday, January 28, 2009 7:00pm at the Julian Historical Society 2133 4th Street, Julian, Ca. A Big Thank You to Kathy Feigel for presenting the society with a copy pf "A Day In The Life Of A Rural School" Commercial • • • Residential • O • Payment Options 24 Hour Emergency Service ~i~! ~;;~i~ ,,.,,--,- ........ ~iiiiiii,!~,~ Trained IIt/J CouNaL Ben Sulser, District Manager The Julian News 3 Relationships Matter Over 60 years serving the community we live in, 765"0130 Shelter Valley Happenings by Rick Sparks The annual Shadow Tours Stagecoach 100 bike ride was a great success due to excellent weather and the many volunteers from SVCC who made it all possible. There will be another ride on April 4th. The Art of The Dance The Sons'of the American Legion are starting to prepare for the 3rd Annual "Dance". In conjunction with that event, we will sponsor a town-wide art contest to select the Logo for "The Dance" that will appear on all advertising, posters and shirts. Like last years contest which was won by a local high school student, the winner will receive a prize of $250.00. The Sons of the American Legion are reaching out to the large artistic community in Julian and surrounding communities to participate. Professionals, hobbyists, students and children of all ages are encouraged to participate. The winner will best embod~/ the theme of a "Small American Town Country Dance". Applications for the contest will be available at the American by Bill Fink L~gion Building at the corner of Washington and 2nd Street. The contest will begin on February 1st and end at 6 P.M. on March 31. This is a blind contest, so artists will only be known by an assigned number until the winner is selected• Specific rules for the contest are included in the entry packets. All artwork will be displayed to the public ai "The Dance". In a silent auction, the art-work will be sold to the highest bidder. This is a great opportunity for all artists to have your work seen by hundreds of local folks and visitors. Additionally, the money raised by the auction helps fund the many local Charitable functions of The Sons. Look to next week's paper for more information on the " " NeWii ' ear rlN0 IN THe ,,, • :: ~ + .: '" ;,... : 5," ............ ~i , ~. WITH CflBLe TM. HIOH sPeeD INTerNeT,, FIND Dvr SaV0 BIO 0N BUNDLIN8 ,.,,;,!, ;.!< :,.:.,.::(" /.. ,::.. .... • ..,, INTeFblOT CABLE l 800-300-6989 Power Low Profile - 3Oft tall L~Odb at 40 ft Rated/L~Kw contest and how to have multiple applications delivered to your organization or art classes. While last years contest was a success, we are hoping for wider participation this year so this contest can become an annual event that displays the work of our local artists. • Frail| Iv.t Saturday June 2nd 2007 3pm to lOpm Menghiui Winery Julian, |A. LAy! B.d- The Woekt~ Cew|oys- |m !o iOmm llill~l ~I III'IIHIII