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6 The Julian News 93'I MAIN STI00EET, JULIAN COE, NER OF MAIN AND C STREETS 760-765--0192 WW00JULIANPKOPEI00TIES C0M We have information on all homes available in the Julian area CHARMING LOG CABIN . BANK OWNED PROPERTIES SHORT SALES OPPORTUMTY OF A LIFETIME $750,000 ooo CALL NOW 760-765-0192 Positive Recognition continued from page 5 Ms. Brooke Recognizes; Desiree Gouge, Gio Santorumn, Nick Ackerman, Kalyn Kelly, Alex Marvin,. Clyde Simmons, Donny Madison, Trevor Rice, John Linton, Jonathan Murray, Kelsey Hartung, Amber Crowe Mrs: Kuiper Recognizes; Tony Helm, Halley Crowe, Denise Lares, Lonna Kelly, McKenna Vanderwall, Josh Savage, Yvonne Elliot Recognizes; Theresa Duey, Peaches Boland Jennifer Roberts Recognizes; Riley Boland, Courtney Hartung, Jenna Madeski, Leah Worth, Trevor Rice, Chase Fisher, Patty Hunsinger, Shanice Quijano Nancy Hackstedde Recognizes; Josh Ernst I as Cheer Advisor Recognize Allison Cauzza, Leah Worth, Jenna Arenson, Virginia Turnbull, Emily Carter, Riley Boland, Christina Haddock Mr. Peabody Recognizes Chase Fisher Ms. Thomas Recognizes Hannah Hernandez Ms. McColl Recognizes Leah Keane, Michael Vile, Jenna Madeyski, Jacob Cauzza, Justina Byrne, Sara Starmont, Dan Marino Mrs. LaChusa Recognizes; Theresa Duey The Community Parent Coalition thanks each of these students for their efforts. We understand the day to day pressures of high school and know that each day brings a new set of decisions to be made. You have stood out when you made a positive decision. You should take pride in your actions. We expect to see your names here time and time again! We also thank the Teachers and Staff for recognizing these students. It is your efforts that will breed even more positive displays on a daily basis in our school and in our community. Julian Pathways Hands Across The Parking Lot by Debbie Gerandt Mrs. Rosenau, Julian High School's Academic Advisod Counselor, is calling it "Hands Across The Parking Lot," I call it a successful collaboration where everyone benefits, especially our kids. In a time of budget cuts and diminishing educational programs, our local folks are teaming up to make sure kids have peers to look up to and learn from and high school students get valuable practice and work experience that looks really good on a resume or college application. The idea originated nearly a year ago when the high school had a group of trained peer counselors who wanted to get involved and we had a need at Julian Elementary and Julian Junior High Schools. It has really taken off this year with the inception of our Friday Night Live Kids program at the elementary school Every Friday we get together with 4th, 5th & 6th graders at lunch to play games, socialize and integrate prevention messages about staying health and having fun without drugs and alcohol. We always have at least three peer counselors, who arrive with a lot of enthusiasm and always some fresh ideas for engaging kids, keeping them moving and thinking about life issues. For example, we're doing a younger version of the Childhood Dreams mural (we did one with the Junior High Club Live kids in the Fall), inspired by the Randy Pausch book The Last Lecture and this time we're including stars for every child to wish upon. Additionally, plans are in the works to utilize this impressive group of high school peer counselors at the Junior High to help resolve conflicts, support kids academically and emotionally and basically mentor the younger generation. Principal Brian Duffy is spearheading this particular effort and is especially impressed that many of the students volunteering are former students who have many fond memories of their time spent at Julian Junior High. February 11, 2009 PETS OF THE WEEK Atticus is a 3-year-old Neutered Male Pit Bull with a handsome brindle coat. He was found as a stray, and he islooking for an experienced Adult home (older children OK) where he can get on- . going training, exercise, playtime and love. Atticus can be shy at first, but once he warms up, he will give you kisses and lots of affection. Atticus is OK with other dogs, walks easy on the leash, and likes to . be petted. This 60-pound boy will be a great friend to the right family, and if you are interested, come and meet Atticus today. He can be , adopted for $69. ID#A1253805 Tag#C367 Augie is a 7-years-young neutered orange tabby cat looking for a new forever home. His previous owners could no longer care for him so he is trying his best to win the hearts of potential adopters as they visit the catteries. Mature, handsome, and maybe a bit self-absorbed, Augie is a mellow guy who can bring a smile to your face even after a long day at the office. If the winter blues are getting you down, try snuggling with one of the most energy efficient heat sources on the market, a big orange tabby that answers to the name of Augie! He can be adopted for the Senior Fee of just $35. ID#A0674476 Tag#C745 All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Atticus and Augie are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through-Saturday or visit for more information. "WE DO A LAND OFFICE BUSINESS" Find Out How You Can  -- Get Your Free One Year U   A T 7 Home Warranty! l 1. IB : B -  . . Call Today! P.O. BOX 636 JULIAN, CA. 92036 760 765 0035 - fax 760 765 3823 al!.net 4747 LUNETA DRIVE 3BD, 2BA., 2 Car Garage, Almost One Acre, Beautiful Trees, Stainless Appliances, Wood Floors In Kitchen/Dining. Tile Baths, Corian Counters. $475,000 4428 PINE HILLS ROAD One of a kind architecture. 2 Master suites. 3 BA, + caretakers quarters in main home. Gorgeous wood interiors, tile baths & kitchen, 3 DR, 2 BA in guest home. 4 car detached garage. 4.21 Acres of beautifully landscaped all usable property. $938,000 7448 Forty Rod Trail 3 bedroom 2 bath manufactured h0me/desert getaway. Great layout, large deck, nice view of the mountains, built-in bookshelves, plantation shutters, over-sized bathtub. Needs III 3 BEDROOMS, 3 BATHS I some TLC but has lots of potential. Flat 1 acre, usable yard 2400 square ft., 2 plus acres, large family room. 2 car garage. I with a well, 5000 gallon water holding tank and outbuildings. Ill Level usable land fully upgraded I Footings in place for a 2 car garage. Peaceful and secluded. III $549.000 II s189,ooo , I GREAT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY The Julian Hardware Store and Mercantile has been operating ::; in the same location in the heart of historic Julian since 1949! 848 MANZANITA Excellent location. Well established. Recently remodeled. 37+ACRES, NEWLY REMODELED | 2Bedroom, 2Bath, .38 Acre -1920 Sq.Ft., Huge family room Consistent income. Locally and tourist supported. OId[l[[]]2 Bd. Cabin OnVolcan Mt. Hunting & Relaxing, Year Ill w/fireplace. Perfect home for two separate 1 bedroom, Living fashioned, morn and pop atmosphere with all your modern II Ill Round Stream Runs Near Cabin. Beautiful Old Growth | units, access from two streets, lots of parking, lovely yard. day hardware needs. Please call Sprague Realty for more I Cedars. Locked Gate For Security. Occasional Snow- I[ Enter from Pheasant Drive. I I details. ,, ....... III Ill fall. Large Fireplace. Warm And Cozy II I 00==00u,uuu + mvemory III $360,000 I " II II $750,000 J 2485 Washington #4 Mobile Home available in beautiful Golden Nugget park. 3bd, lba, remodeled kitchen, sculptured walls, tile kitchen, dining and entry. Great location, beautiful and private park. $45,000 VACANT LAND OPPORTUNITIES BORREGO SPRINGS: Beautiful .53 Acre parcel of flat land located on corner lot with water meter installed, electricity close, great views. $66,000 MASON VALLEY: 67 acres of flat land, has well, septic, old shed, trees, views, easy access on S-22. $385,000 CUYAMACA: 34791 NATCHEZ TRAIL, .64 acres, very usable, beautiful trees, septic installed, electricity and water at property. Pad ready to build. $209,000 WYNOLA: 4.74 ACRES TOTAL Wynola: 3.51 Acre wooded parcel with building pad and county approved septic layout for 3DR home. $235,000 Oak Hill Lane: 1.23 acre parcel has county approved septic layout for 2DR. Electricity at corner. Majestic oaks and views. $135,000 .84 ACRES IN WHISPERING PINES: 3BR septic layout. Great access. Beautiful trees. Gentle slope. $160,000 716 HACIENDA DRIVE- KENTWOOD: .47 Acres with septic and water meter, good views, level lot, access on two roads. $124,900 WHISPERING PINES LOT: .22 Acres. County approved septic layout approved for one bedroom home. $63,000 We do property management and weekend vacation rentals. Call us for information! RENTALS WE OFFER ONE MONTH FREE RENT FOR APPROVED TENANTS ON SELECTED PROPERTIES SHELTER VALLEY - 3 bedroom, 2 bath on 1 acre $90O/mo 2605 PAYSON 1 bedroom, 1bath, plus Extra room $700/mo 2605 LOT A ROAD, Studio Apartment, Utilities Included, Coin Laundry Available $600/rno 1799 WHISPERING PINES DRIVE. 3 Bd. 2ba., 1 Acre, New Carpet, New Tile, Laundry with Washer And Dryer, Family Room and Living Room. $1500/mo 1240 V0LCAN VIEW - lbd., Lower Apartment, Nice Deck, New Carpet, Stack Washer/dryer. Electricity included $700/mo 3536 LAKEVlEW - 3.41 Acres, 3bd., 2ha., 1320 sq.ft., 2 Story, Deck, 2 Car Gar., $1300/nlo 1912 MAIN STREET JULIAN, 2BD., 1BA., Big Yard, across from the Julian Coffee House, Great Location. $1500/mo