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February 17, 2010 POPE TREE SERVICE All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial u Residential00 II [ Oak and Pine our Specnalty [[ I  CA. State License #704192  ii I  Fully Insured for Your Protection [. II lit Workers Comp.   II ?00765"O63800 I p e t.s  ..... • IIDiffi&apos;lt[RemZihls lmlb - III i?A_ ti  .[ic-'iT'rfii n_ ,11 [ Br.ush Glearing ' : Historical Society continued from page 1 And then the town's residents who love the place and have labored so hard to help a tough little town survive. The Julian Historical Society would like to take this opportunity to invite you, your family and friends, to join us in pulling up a comfortable chair around Leland. There will be time to ask questions too. Premium coffee and cookies will be served• Wednesday, February 24th, 7:00 p.m. at 2133 4th Street• Harry Joe Solo At Romano's After Hours Harry Joe Reynolds appears at Romano's, After Hours, Saturday night February 20th at 8:30 P.M. Harry Joe's description of his music is folk, with classic blues highlighted• He also has great command of classic rock, and the great songs of the 40's and 50's. His performances are best summed up as engaging and fun. Harry Joe is not a newcomer to the backcountry, he's been playing here for thirty years. His first performance at Romano's was in the spring of 1982 when he 'played as a solo. He's currently a high demand performer in a variety of venues throughout Southern California. Harry Joe will bring his percussionist to Romano's but because of his tremendously varied musical styles, you never know who'll sit in. Romano's has also started their After Hours menu, for those of you who would like a bite to eat while enjoying a cocktail and listening to music. Best seats are in the bar, so get there early. Good viewing and listening is available throughout the restaurant, for those that prefer table service. Sunni Dominguez Moving Her Business Forward Start fresh with rate Protection from Rabobank California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc. (CIMC) proudly announces that Ms. Sunni Dominguez, a resident of Santa Ysabel, California and a member of the Santa Ysabel Band of Diegueno Indians recently completed the four-month training course entitled "Leadership Training for Entrepreneurial / Small Business / Economic Development," conducted by CIMC from October 2009 to January 2010. During the training period, Ms. Dominguez developed a plan for her business, Sunnibird Catering• This comprehensive course was presented in four multi-day training sessions in four areas in California -- Susanville, Pala, Blue Lake, and Rancho Mirage. Recipients of this unique training opportunity were selected through a competitive application process. Trainees received extensive training from a select group of individuals chosen for their outstanding skills, accomplishments and expertise in their respective fields and for their contributions to Native entrepreneurship. The culturally-relevant curriculum included development of analytical skills (e.g., feasibility/ market analysis; financial projections) and persuasive writing and presentation skills. Students learned how to develop a business plan and received information on resources to start and grow businesses. In addition, the group benefited from the experiences of other successful Native entrepreneurs. To celebrate the accomplishments of these emerging Native entrepreneurs, a completion ceremony was held at the Agua Caliente Casino Resort and Spa in Rancho Mirage, California, as the finale to the training in January 2010. Ms. Susan Masten, Co- President/Founder of Women Empowering Women of Indian Nations (WEWlN), Treasurer of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development, and former President of the National Congress of American Indians delivered the keynote address. Also, remarks were made by Ms. Lorenda T. Sanchez, CIMC Executive Director, and Mr. Benjamin Charley, Jr., Chairman of the CIMC Board of Directors. This training program was made possible by funding provided by the U.S. Department of Labor as part of CIMC's Workforce Development Program and a USDA Rural Business Enterprise Grant. The next session begins in March 2010; applications are due March 1, 2010. Through this Native entrepreneur training program, CIMC, a Native non-profit organization operating in California since 1978, makes every effort to provide leadership training to build healthy Native communities by developing the skills of Native entrepreneurs to be profitable and sustainable in the larger context of Native culture and sovereignty• Volunteer Expo Being Organized By The Merchants Association For All Activities The Julian Merchants Association would like to invite you and your organization to take part in the first Julian Volunteer Expo. The idea is to bring all the groups and organizations together with their diverse volunteer opportunities and then invite the general public to come and learn about how they can get more involved in things going on in Julian. Why Volunteer?: Volunteering provides " an opportunity for meaningful service and volunteers can help improve the quality of programs and events offered to the community. Julian has a rich history and volunteering for special events or programs helps preserve our heritage by bringing Julian's culture to life, recreating its vital and exciting character. Julian attracts thousands of visitors from around the world every year. Volunteers act as the town's ambassadors by providing memorable experiences in a quaint and exciting atmosphere. Who Can Participate: Every Organization, Club, or Group looking for volunteers throughout the year is welcome to set up a display to attract possible volunteers to learn more about your organizations volunteer opportunities• What Type of Volunteer is Your Organization Looking for: Everything from helping put up Christmas decorations to manning a fundraising booth at a special event, our groups are looking for craft demonstrators, Museum Hosts, Website Assistance, Public Relations Assistant, Grant Writers, and more! The opportunities are endless. Cost: There is no cost to you or your organization for the table to set up your display, however we ask that your space be manned the entire day. Tables and chairs will be provided• • Publicity: The JMA will do the advertising and Press releases around the County to let the possible volunteers know of this opportunity. What You Will Need at the Expo: Plan to have a sign up sheet to gather contact information. Flyers with information about The,lu!i? :::. : Character Rewarded At Julian Elementary School front Nanc): ,nt!i6:' Charles Daleo was honored at the last Julian Pathways Collaborative for his dedication sc, Character Education. Mr. Daleo is Program Manager for the Ed. Dept. at the San Diego Cotui v Office of Education. He was responsible for writing the Character Education Grant that brouJ,.t in funds that have supported our school's Character Education Program. A group c/,lul,;,, Elementary students, sporting our Character Words of the Month as well as the character  olor,: sang our school "Character" song, written by music teacher, Linda Stamets. Today brings a fresh opportunity to keep your finances as safe and healthy as they can be. Rabobank, N.A. is part of the Rabobank Group, one of the safest banks in the world with more than 110 years of trustworthy service. Our Safe and Healthy CD gives you rate protection -- if our interest rate increases, you can bump up to the higher rate during the second year.* Safe and Healthy 24 Month CD Business and Personal Visit your nearest Rabobank branch and get started today. Let's grow together! JULIAN 2033 Main Street (760) 765-2765 www.ra Rabobank Rabobank, N.A.. Member FDIC. www.rabobankamerica,com *After February 1,2011,you can request anincreaseto 2.25%APY or the curren dbob,r  1 : ,<,',! whichever Is higher, for the rest of your term. **Variable rate subject to change and determined at the Bank's discretion. Requires Rabobank checking or mol.,, .r' :, , to open.The promotional rate is not available to public funds or brokered funds. The annual percentage yield (APY) of 2.00% is effective as of F,bumy !, 2ii (; I ; !. - opening deposit and the minimum balance to obtain the APY is $2,500, Penalty for early withdrawal applies, your organization and the opportunities to volunteer and how to contact you for more information• Any other handouts, candies, or imprinted pens to make your organization more memorable are another good option• After the Expo, be sure to follow up with every contact that has shown an interest in your organization. To sign up or for more information please contact Barbara Hedrick at 505-250- 5160 or Tracy Turner at 760-803- 4377 i! Backcountry residents cleaned up at the Comzty's ,"Jll6"hn site, over 170 vehicles filled the semi trailer wi& ioxh ,v,,,: