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Mt. Lagu~i R Wa~r ~ ~r Valley, ~Summit, ~ ~ia. Volume 25 - Issue 26 Wednesday February 10, 2010 Julian, cA. ISSN 1937-8416 Hazardous Waste To Be Collected This Saturday At County Yard The County's Department of Environmental Health is holding a collection event on Saturday February 13th at County of San Diego - Julian Road Station from 9am until 2pm. Located on Highway 78 across from the CALFire Station next to the football field. This will give residents of the back country an opportunity to clean their garages, sheds, and back rooms of materials that are are difficult to dispose of properly and a danger. This is not an opportunity to just dump unwanted stuff, and there are restrictions on TVs / Monitors (see the list below). The Department Of Environmental Health reminds all residents that dumping of these materials is illegal and can compromise the sale of properties if abandoned. It is also against the law to place in dumpsters or with other common trash that is destined for a land fill. Household Hazardous Waste is unused or leftover portions of products containing toxic chemicals used to maintain your residence. Products labeled Caution, Warning, Danger, Poison, Toxic, Flammable or Corrosive are considered hazardous. $ O Map no~ to ~.a~e ~ County of San Diego Julian Road Station 1524 N. Highway 78 Libra~High [ SR-78 Post Offi~'e CALFire HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE INCLUDES: • Aerosols • Antifreeze • Auto Batteries • Auto Fluids • Disinfectants • Gasoline (W/ Container) • Lighter Fluid • Used Oil / Oil Filters, • Latex / Oil-based Paint • Pesticides • Pool Chemicals • Solvents ELECTRONIC & UNIVERSAL WASTE INCLUDES: • Computer / T.V. Monitors • Cellular & Cordless Phones • Central Processing Units (CPU's) • Printers and Scanners • Stereo Equipment • • VCRs And DVD Players • Fax Machines • Miscellaneous Computer Components • Fluorescent Lightbulbs • Common Batteries (AA, AAA, C, D AND BUTTON EMPTY CONTAINERS: Empty containers can go into the trash or be recycled. We Can Not Accept... Business waste, tires, ammunition, explosive and radioactive material, medical waste, air conditioners or large appliances/ For more information, call 1-877-R-I-EARTH (1-877-713-2784) Julian News PO Box 639 Julian, CA. 92036 Change Service Requested O~~.ES0.TE0STA.0A.011 PermitNo. 30 Ill Julian, CA Ill I1,1,,I,,I,,,,11,,11,,11,,,,,11,,I,II1,,,I,,I,,,I,1,11,,,I,,11 Small Town Papers TFN 5026 California Ave SW Seattle WA 98136-1208 AYSO AIIstars - A First for Julian by Julie Flack There have been plenty of rainy days so far this winter, but American Youth Soccer Association Commissioner, Tyson Flack, and Equipment Director/Head Coach Wills Booth, still managed to pull off a first time ever All-Star Soccer Season! Top picks were made, official uniforms were ordered and the kids willingly came to 2-3 practices a week in wind, fog and rain! The teams headed to El Cajon and La Mesa on January 16th and January 30th for double- headers on both days! These dedicated kids got to experience the level of game play that goes on in the big city. They brought such courage and a strong competitive spirit to go against leagues of up to 2,000 kids who play all year round. Many of the opposing team coaches and commissioners commended Julian as a whole on the overall positive attitude and fine sportsmanship" demonstrated by our players, coaches and parents. An AYSO official said, "It is re'ally such a pleasure to referee your games and have you here, we hope you'll come back!" Although we didn't make it to the final round, the kids were all thrilled to be a part of such a fun event "down the hill." Tyson Flack spoke to the kids afterwords, telling them, "1 am so proud of you all for not only being dedicated athletes but also Honor Roll students. It really shows how much you care about all you do!" Our kids may not have won the entire tournament but they won in the end by building strong friendships, strong bodies and developing great character! With the largest player enrollment EVER this year back-left to right." Cesar Avila, Kylene Shuler, Livia Limon, Joshua Tunnell, Tyson Flack, Cory Flack, Shane Duffy, Emerson Kron front-left to right: David Rittberg, David Stringfellow, Sara Itogawa, Juli-ann Rangel, Courtney Leavitt back-left to right: Nicholas StolarskL Lenae and Lindsey Cranfield, Jessica Nichols, Amanda Crosswhite, Ben Beatty, Sarah Linthicum, Wills Booth, Bailey Davis-Scholl, Josa Villarta, Isaiah Tunnell, Darren Duffy, George Keane, Michael Rochester we wish the soccer season didn't have to end. We are already looking forward to this Fall. Our Board is striving to produce a more robust and competitive program so we hope to have an even larger turnout for 2010. See you on the playing field! Eagles Athletics Boys Basketball- Fri. - February 12 HOME Borrego HS 7:00 Tues. - February 16 away Warner HS 6:00 Girls Basketball- Fri. - February 12 HOME Borrego HS 5:30 Tues. - February 16 away Warner HS 4:30 Thurs. - February 18 away @Guajome Park Academy 5:00 Boys Soccer- Thurs. - February 11 array @Borrego HS 4:00 Tues. - February 16 away @Vincent Memorial 3:15 Girls Soccer- Thurs. - February 11 away @Vincent Memorial 3:30 Youth Baseball Registration To register your child for Julian Youth Baseball - Julian Elementary School, right after school on Mondays, Thursdays, or Fridays between now and February 12 with Player Agent Leslie Baay. 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. S.A.L. Serves It Up For Warrior Foundation Sunday mornings breakfast for the Warrior Foundation was once again a rousing success, they couldn't clear tables fast enough. The boys in the kitchen got a standing O and some coffee mugs. Town folk got another filling breakfast and the Warrior Foundation a $ 5,700 donation. The Big • Read Inter Generational Book Talk "Grapes of Wrath" On Thursday, February 18 at 9:00' AM, the Julian Library will host an intergenerational book talk with High School students in Ms. Wylie's AP English Class and adults who have read the book and or lived through the era of the novel Grapes of Wrath. The library looks forward to hosting a dialogue about the award winning novel with teens and adults to get different perspectives and help to better understand the Depression era, the westward move from the Dustbowl area and the plight of the fictional Joad family. All interested persons are invited to attend. For more information about this book discussion, please contact Colleen Baker, Julian Branch Librarian at 760-765-0370. Fund Raiser For Haitian Orphanage February 24th From 5pm to 8:30pm. Poncho Villas Dinner & Bake Sale. Come and have dinner and support our effort to send much needed relief to a Haiti Orphanage. 20% of Poncho Villas purchases will be doqated, 100% of bake sale proceeds donated. Come on out bring your family and friends. Any questions - Call Janet Jones at 760-765-0596