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] Permit No. 30 IlL I Julian' cA III .......................................... ', Cuyamacq i Valley, Mt. Lagun Summit, Waraer Volume 24 - Issue 26 Wednesday February 11, 2009 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Planning Group To Oppose New Septic Rules by Michael Hart In a special meeting Monday night (February 2nd) at the town hall the Julian Community Planning group discussed the proposed State regulations set forth in AB 885. With input from the few who attended the group is composing a letter to the California State Water Resources board opposing the new regulations as unworkable and not in keeping with the goals stated in the original instruction from the legislature. Of major concern was the installation of monitoring wells and the proposal to monitor private water wells plus the economic impact on home owners of the proposed inspection. For Valentines Night Local Eateries "Puffin On The Ritz" If your looking for a place to take your date on Valentines, Julian's local restaurants are offering up choices for "America's Date Night." Ramano's The Julian Grille, Jeremy's on the Hill, Wynola Pizza Express and the Round Up BBQ will all be serving special Valentines Dinners from $20 a person and up. The Rongbranch and Apple Country Restaurant in Santa Ysabel will also have Valentines offerings. Reservations are definitely recommended at all. With diner starting at 4:30 at the Grill and five at most of the others. At Wynola Pizza there will also be the added attraction of live music from 6 to 9 with PLOW. The Round Up will also feature music with Palomar Mountains' Dutch Bergman performing. Pioneer Museum and Wolf Center On Display At Lindberg Field Terminal 2 by Susan Fowler Doug Bailey. The .displays are in Terminal 2, Gate 33. They will be there for six months but unless you have a ticket you cannot see them. But everyone with tickets for Terminal 2 Gates will be walking by the cases. The Julian Pioneer Museum display includes a cradle board, arrowheads, shoes, gold scale and best of all a Mountain Lion. The California Wolf Center has photos, tracking equipment, history of the Mexican Wolf, and brochures. The mounted Mountain Lion drew much attention from everyone in the Airport. It rode in on top of a cart. Then it spent some time on a table waiting its turn to go into the case. Once it was in the case it faced toward the people walking to their gates. Every children had to stop and look at it. We hope this display brings visitors to Julian Pioneer Museum, the California Wolf Center and all of Julian. On Wednesday, January 28, 2009, a group from the Julian Pioneer Museum and the California Wolf Center left Julian early in the morning to arrive at San Diego Airport at 9:00 to put items in case for display at the Airport. We were met by Susan Hernadez Peredo of the San Diego Airport. We received pass for our vehicles, stickers for ourselves, and carts to carry all our items We had to transport all our items at once and pass through security. Once we were by the cases a caution tape was put up and we could not cross the tape without having a security escort. No going to the bathroom or a food court until we were done. The Museum filled two cases and the California Wolf Center filled six cases. People representing the Julian Pioneer Museum were Edwina Silbernagel, Dick Hobson, and Susan Fowler. People representing the California Wolf Center were Shawn Kessler and Shawn Kessler, Dick Hobson, Edwina .Silbernagel, and Susan Hernadez Peredo unloading at San Diego Airport. Most are offering a special three or four course meal. Romano's will have hand made fried shrimp ravioli appetizer, a champagne cocktail with a main course of pork loin and a special Valentines desert from the .Candied Apple Pastry Company to finish off your evenings meal. They will also have their regular menu. The Julian Grille is offering a choice of main courses including Orange Duck, Rack of Lamb Seared Salmon or a petite Filet Mignon. Wynola Pizza will also have choices of Beef Roulade, Cedar Plank Salmon, Wood-fired Roasted Chicken or Mushroom Cannellini prepared by Chef Kue (formerly at La Casa del Zorro) and is providing full service for the evenings guests. Dom Perignon is also available to toast with your meal. The local wineries are also having Valentines Day promotions, with Toni and Mike Menghini offering Julian Mist at a 30% discount, Witch Creek is giving 15% off the entire store and the Orfilia tasting room will be having a wine and chocolate pairing tasting all day with 20% discounts on purchases. A Short Love Story by Michele Harvey With Valentines Day fast approaching, I am thinking about my parents. Their life together was a great love story. My father died in the Korean War. I was eighteen months old when he headed across the Pacific, so I didn't know him. I often asked my mother about him and about them as a couple, and here is my favorite story about my parents. My mother had a long time boyfriend, but he began to take her for granted, showing up for dates they had never set, so Mom broke up with him. Mom was a student at San Diego State College, now University, and sometime after the break up she attended a fraternity party. She met 4 Bobs. When she was introduced to them, they were all standing side by side. Later as she saw each of them on campus, she would say "Hi Bob." She told me that the only reason she remembered their names was because they stood in a row and she could picture the group of them. One of the Bobs was very impressed that she remembered his name. Eventually they dated, got married, and became my parents. She never told him why she remembered his name, but it didn't matter because they did fall in love, marry, and have three children before he died. Mom told me that through the ten years they were married, she always felt like they continued their honeymoon. They held hand everywhere they went and remained very much in love. I don't know how my parents marriage would have evolved if Dad had come home from Korea. However, my mother continued to have wonderful memories of their relationship throughout her life. The few years they had together were happy ones and I'm sure Morn would want me to wish a Happy Valentines Day to you all. Change Service Requested When the conduct of men is designed to be influenced, persuasion, kind unassuming persuasion, should ever be adopted. It is an old and true maxim that 'a drop of honey catches more flies than a gallon of gall. 'So with men. If you would win a man to your cause, first convince him that you are his sincere friend. Therein is a drop of honey that catches his heart, which, say what he will, is the great highroad to his reason, and which, once gained, you will find but liUle trouble in convincing him Of the justice of your cause, if indeed that cause is really a good one. -- Abraham Lincoln Whenever I hear anyone arguing for slavery, I feel a strong impulse to see it tried on him personally. Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Information is available at: Abraham Lincoln defines the civic ideal of what it means to be an American. But what more is there to learn about our 16th president? What's left to unearth? What remains relevant about a president born nearly two centuries ago? In his Gettysburg address, Lincoln reminded what "the brave men, living and dead" did on the battlefield and challenged the living to dedicate themselves "to the unfinished work" of those men. How much of that work is still not completed? Surmounting race and assuring equal rights for all are Lincoln's two major challenges still on the nation's .aaenda. As the embodiment of the highest ideals and values of our nation, Abraham Lincoln can still help us meet those challenges. Through education programs, public forums, and arts projects the Bicentennial provides an opportunity to re-examine what it means to be American in the 21st century. Two centuries after Lincoln's birth, the nation is still in formation. The United States has grown and expanded, one cost rof that growth has been a splintering of many parts of our society. Competing values, interests, and beliefs, have complicated Lincoln's goal to find unity in our diversity. Lincoln is commemorated in music, poetry, and sculpture. His words are quoted by poets and politicians. His face appears on stamps, coins, and currency. Mountains, cities, highways, and schools bearing his name dot the land. He felt his most enduring achievement was the Emancipation Proclamation -"the one thing that would make people remember that he had lived." The Bicentennial commemoration of his life and legacy will be a bright beacon to completing our nation's "unfinished work." First Fire Of The Year Scorches Six Acres Along $2 In San Felipe Wednesday February 8, 2009 - A fire on the $2 burned about six acres before CalFire and local crews put it out. Reported just after 10 am the fire involved over 100 fire fighters, 3 helicopters, seven engines, three water tenders and a bulldozer. The fire which was contained in just over two hours was the result of a burn pile that got out of control and escaped into the nearby brush. Ihh,h,h,,,Ih,lh,lh,,,,ll,,I,IIl,,,h,h,,hhlh,,h,II Small Town Papers TV, 5026 California Ave SW Seattle WA 98136-1208 I -- Abraham Lincoln Eagles Athletics Basketball (boys) - Friday 2/13 away 7:00 @ Borrego Tuesday 2/17 Home 7:00 Warner HS Basketball (girls) - Friday 26/30 away 5:30 @ Borrego Tuesday 2/10 Home 5:30 Warner HS Soccer (boys) - Wednesday 2/11 Home 3:15 Borrego Tuesday 2/17 Home 3:15 Maranatha Christian Wednesday 2/18 Home 3:15 Mtn. Empire Soccer (girls) - Wednesday 2/11 Home 6:00 @ Escondido Charter Wednesday 2/18 Home 1:30 Mtn. Empire Warner Teams With Escondido ROP To Build Goat Farm Susie Johnson, Coordinator, San Diego County Office of Education and Alex LopeZ, Masonry Instructor, Escondido ROP. The students from Escondido ROP are teaming with Warner Springs ROP to build a goat barn at Warner Springs High School. Alex Lopez, masonry instructor and Escondido ROP, will provide the labor to construct the barn. The partnership benefits both ROP programs. The Escondido ROP masonry students will gain the hands-on experience of laying bricks and Warner Springs will save on labor costs. Warner Springs senior agriculture economics ROP students put together the $6,000 line item budget which has been approved by the superintendent, Dr. Koenig. The materials are being paid for by grant funding. Alex Lopez instructing a student on the finer points of masonry lay out as Susie Johnson looks on. Susie Johnson checking out the new enclosure and making sure the residents are comfortable in their new surroundings.