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February 10,2010 County of San Diego Department of Environmental Health Household Hazardous, Electronic & Universal Waste Collection Event Who: San Diego County Unincorporated Area Residents Where: County Road Station, Julian 1524 Highway 78, Julian CA 92036 When: Saturday, February 13, 2010 Time: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm Bring up to 15 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 We will NOT accept: Business Waste, Tires, Ammunition, Explosives, Large Appliances or Medication For Information Please Call: 1-877-R.1-EARTH (1-877-713-2784) Se Habla Espattol Funded by a grant from the California Integrated Waste Management Board Groceries. Fresh Produce. Sundries Beer Wine. Liquor Dry Cleaning Lotto. Scratchers Full Service "Best in the County"Meat Department ILS.D.A. Choice Bee[ Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Cut to your Specifications ~it~/~ ~~ Bill Pay ....... .- ......... . .~... ....... ..... ~ ~ ....... Off Road Show Comes To Lakeside Rodeo Grounds "The Dance" Art Contest In Full Swing The annual art contest sponsored by the Sons of the American Legion is now in full swing. The contest is open to all artists of any ability that live in Julian and surrounding areas served by the Lincoln Deming Post. The contestends at 6 P.M. on March 31st with all entries turned in to the American Legion post at the corner of Washington and 2nd St. The theme for the contest is a Small American Town Country Dance. A complete list of rules and applications are available at the Legion building or by calling (760) 215-1711 and leaving a message. The submitted artwork will be displayed at various locations around town prior to the auction of the work at "The Dance" held at Menghini Winery on the first Saturday in June. All proceeds from the auction go to the many charitable donations made by SAL to the community of Julian. The winning artist will have their work displayed on all the advertising media used for "The Dance". In the past, there has been participation from artists, as young as six and from professional artists as well. Regardless of your ability level, your participation is encouraged and appreciated. This contest for the development of the Logo for the 4th annual dance is fun and is a great benefit to the community. Widespread participation is encouraged. If you are an artist or know someone who would like to participate, get involved. At last years auction, every single entry drew a bid and,was sold, creating funds for charitable donations right here in Julian Teen CERT: by Michael Vile In 2004 a major disaster ' occurred in Julian, the Cedar Fire. This fire burned down hundreds of homes, including mine. This fire, it seemed had ripped the heart out of the heartland. As we all rebuilt our homes and lives we all had the same thoughts in our mind that if this kind of disaster ever happened again we would be prepared for it. So in the last weeks of December we were given that opportunity to be prepared for whatever comes next. A new and terrific program has arrived in our small community of Julian! This program is the teen (Community Emergency Response Team). There are many CERT programs all over the country, but a teen cert program is a new idea that has just come about and Julian high school has 'the opportunity to be the first participants! The classes to become CERT certified started for high School students in the beginning of December where they learned first hand from Steve Shepard, Johnny Hake, and Dianne Hake, the necessary and proper way to save lives, while protecting your own as well. CERT trainees learned the proper way to put out a small fire, to search for and rescue victims from a damaged building, to conduct a successful triage station safely away from a disaster, and even detect the tell tale signs of a terroriSt attempt. During the course we had many qualified personnel giving us valuable information and instruction. We had volunteers from the fire department come to our class and show us how to properly take care of an injured individual. Cody Cornette, a senior at our high school was also a volunteer helper, showing us how to splint someone's broken arm or leg, he was very helpful. On another day of instruction we hosted a deputy sheriff who ,The Julian News 7 told us what to look for when anticipating a terrorist attack. Over 60 students in our high school graduated from the CERT program on January 21st. The next step for these CERT certified students is to join the Julian CERT team. On January 25th our school conducted a disaster simulation in which CERT trainees could show off. what they have learned! The simulation was a success! This class made me fell more at ease, that if another fire happened we would be able and ready to take it on. I encourage everyone to take the opportunity to learn and experience what I did. I would like to thank everyone involved in the training of our CERT program. Go CERT! New 78 Bistro Features Local Artists" Mural The San Diego Off-Road Coalition announces the return of their popular off road exposition in the form of Lakeside Off-Road Days scheduled for February 20-21, 2010 at the Lakeside Rodeo Grounds. This interactive off road event will feature two days of motorcycle racing, lawnmower racing, off road vendors, food, drinks and fun. Admission is $10 for adults and children under 16 are free with an adult. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Active duty military admission is $8 and members of the San Diego Off-Road Coalition will get in for $5. Lakeside Off-Road Days will provide opportunities for people to discover how to get started or be more involved in the sport of off roading. Many of the organized off-road groups in San Diego County will be available to talk about their club events, races and activities. Some agency land managers from off road areas will be available to talk about the opportunities for off road activity in and outside of San Diego County. The San Diego Off Road Coalition was founded in 1981 and is an all volunteer, non profit organization dedicated to keeping access to public lands open to all forms of recreation. They also educate the user on how to be good stewards and managers of those lands. San Diego Off-Road Coalition members believe in family and the power of family weekends to build strong character and good citizenship in our children. SDORC members routinely volunteer in trail maintenance and restoration projects, highway'and desert clean-ups, and park patrol in order to help preserve off roading opportunities and set a pbsitive example for beginning off-road enthusiasts. SDORC helps fund a lawyer, through their Ecologic partnership, and a lobbyist to help keep public lands open for recreation and to educate legislators on the positive aspects of off-road recreation. The off-road experience is all about family and the mission of SDORC is to keep that experience alive and make sure that future off-road enthusiasts understand how to do so in a safe and responsible way. For more information on SDORC or Lakeside Off-Road Days visit www.sdorc.org or call 619-390-5631. Local artist Patricia Mc Connell has painted the largest mural in Julian at the newest restaurant in Julian. Situated in 'the complex between The Red Barn and Wynola Pizza Express in Wynola, 78 Bistro will be opening soon at 4355 Highway 78 . Harry and Sabine Horner own this comfy new mountain restaurant that has full service and new innovative wood-fired entrees. Their 4 Star CIA trained Chef Kue's food creations are touted by the locals as being comparable with the best found in the City. After almost ten years serving local residents and visitors wood-fired entrees, homemade soups, salads, special appetizers and pizzas ("...the best, this side of Mozza" reported by LA magazine), Harry and Sabine felt the need to respond to customers requests for a full service restaurant. They expanded seating capacity and upgraded to a more formal Bistro setting at 78 Bistro. What could be better than fine food served in the fresh mountain air? Ambiance in a mountain town restaurant is essential for the total "get out of the city" experience and a great place for your special dinner, anniversary or birthday. To complete the concept, Harry and Sabine hired local artist Patricia Lynn Mc Connell to paint a 10 foot by 30 ft. wall mural for the new restaurant. McConnell creates a scenic panorama of mountains, including local Volcan Mountain, the local wildlife, Julian's famous apple orchards and many other local elements to complete the illusion of looking through a window and taking in the view. She believes restaurant patrons will enjoy discovering all the beautiful facets of nature surrounding Julian and its soothing effects on visitors. Patricia McConnell has been creating murals, stained glass, cedar mantels, carvings, and custom jewelry. for 30 years. She holds a Master's degree in Fine Arts and related technologies from San Diego State University. Patricia McConnell owns Mountain Top Antiques and Cedar Works in the Wynola Farms Marketplace. She can be reached at 760-765-1139. To make reservations at 78 Bistro or Wynola Pizza call 760-765-1004. They are open Sunday through Thursday 11:00 am to 8:00 p m. Friday and Saturday hours are 11:00 am through 9:00 pm.