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February 17, 2010 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis THE TACKLE SHOP HOURS FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY ARE AS FOLLOWS: MONDAY THRU FRIDAY." 8 AM TO 4PM. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 6 AM TO 5 PM. WE HAVE A WINTER BOAT RENTAL SPEClALll MOTOR BOAT RENTAL IS $25 FOR THE ENTIRE DAY. The rain and snow slowed the fishing and catching quite a bit. Those few who braved the cold were rewarded. Notables: Dylan Lunge of Imperial Beach used Rainbow Power Bait to land a 4 pound Trout at Heron Point. Willie Laatz, San Diego, caught a 2 pound Trout with a Euro nightcrawler and Power Bait. Heron Pt. Samantha Holliday, 9 years old, from Temecula hooked up with a 2 pound Trout using Power Bait at the T Dock. Tom Kasper from Murrietta caught a 3 pound Trout with Power Bait at Lone Pine. RANGER CHARLIE WILL TEACH A FREE FISHING CLASS EVERY SATURDAY AT THE LAUNCH RAMP AT 10 AM. The Decontamination Wash Down Is Required For All Private Vessels And Motors Before A Launch. Also, Float Tubes And Waders Must Be Washed Down Before Using The Lake. There Is A Fee For The Wash Down. For further information or to make reservations for condos, cabins or camping, please call 877-581-9904.  Pointers For Parents Finding A Hobby For You And Your Teen (NAPSA)--There's good news for parents who want to connect with their teen and find hobbies they can work on together. From rockets to dinosaurs, fast- moving radio controlled (RC) boats to model spacecraft, hobbies can make imaginations soar. Now, there is a new Web site designed to help dad or morn--or both-- find the hobby that matches their teen's interests, age and abilities. OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 5PM -- Working together, parents and teens can build realistic models made of plastic, wood, or die cast metal. For example, the site has infor- mation on fast moving radio con- trol cars and scale model planes and helicopters that can be piloted through heart-pounding aerobat- ics. Working together, parents and teens can build realistic models made of plastic, wood or die cast metal. Some may even be surprised to learn that model railroading has entered the digital age, allowing hobbyists to run many trains on a single track. Teens can get cre- ative with robotics or telescopes. To explore hobbies and find hobby shops, visit www.myhobby fun.corn Safe Feeding Area Make a little-bird feeding area, Mine is at ,the edge of large lantana bush and is fumished with a 2-by-2-foot cement paver. Every morning I dump white millet, safflower seed, hulled sunflower chips and peanuts on the paver and surrounding ground area. It always hopping whh birds. E-maiL" birdingbits@cfl, n:com 010 King Features Syrclicate, Inc, The Julian News 11 S OLD ! "'2",::::::::: Cel: 760-213-1185 Talk to me about other Great listings. Listed for $549,000. Email." Rick@JulianREO.com Apple Tree Realty Broker; 00571248 School Of Rock Sweepstakes Offers Free Month Of Lessons And The Chance To Win A Free Guitar Or Drum Kit Bring your child by to take a tour or free lesson, attend an open house or see a show and he or she will be entered to win a month of free lessons and a Grand Prize guitar or drum kit. School of Rock is now accepting new students! And from now until March 13, kids who come to School of Rock in San Diego, for a tour or free lesson, see any of our live performances, or attend our open house on Saturday March 6th, from 11am till 2pm, will be entered to win an entire month?s worth of free lessons. Free lesson winners will be entered to win one of five Grand Prizes of a new guitar or drum kit, valued at $1,000 each. In a time where many kids look to video games with plastic instruments to "play" music, School of Rock students are taught by real musicians on real equipment and perform in front of real audiences at real venues. Beyond learning the art of rock and roll, students also learn confidence and self-esteem - two valuable skills to help them rock on the stage and in life. By combining private lessons, group performances and the music that kids love, students are more motivated, have more fun and experience better results. Lessons include 45 minutes of weekly private instruction on the instrument of their, choice. Students also attend weekly 3-hour supervised rehearsals to prepare them for live shows and to bond with peers who have a shared interest in music. The school caters to all experience , levels, from beginner to advanced students. For more information about the sweepstakes, lessons, open houses and shows, call School of Rock in San Diego at 619-696- 9343 or visit our website at www. SchoolofRock.com. Open Auditions Announced For Senior Follies San Diego - CCT Musical Theater will hold open auditions for its 4th annual Senior Follies March 13 - 14 at the CCT rehearsal warehouse located at 1545 Pioneer Way in El Cajon. To audition for High School Reunion singers, dancers and actors who will be at least 55 years of age by June 24, 2010 should call 619-588-0206 or 800-696-1929 for an audition appointment. This year's Senior Follies takes you on an exciting trip back to your High School reunion. All roles are open. Each person should be prepared to perform an accompanied, one-minute vocal audition. An accompanist will be provided. Bring sheet music or a cued accompaniment tape and a current photo, which cannot be returned. Vocal auditions are Friday, March 12th from 6pm - 9pm with movement auditions following each group often vocal auditions. Tap auditions are Saturday, March 13th at 10am and the auditions for .showgirls/kickline are on Saturday at 11:15am.Wear dance shoes and comfortable clothes. (Vocal auditions not JEAN ANDERSON Real Estate Broker #01281751 Borrego Vistas Realty (760) 500-7534 Cell (760) 765-2183 Fax Web Site: www.BorregoJean.com Emaih Jean@BorregoJean.com Independent Real Estate Broker serving Borrego Springs & Shelter Valley. Contact me for an appointment to view  homes or land in these areas. Check my website for Borrego Springs listings. Current Shelter Valley Listings m Gunslinger Trail, 1 acre lot. Priced to sell at just $27,000. Tanglefoot Trail, 1.44 acre; fenced; on cul-de-sac; VIEWS. $29,500. JUST LISTED 3 Manufactured homes in popular Butterfield Ranch Resort. 2BR/1BA, est. 744 sq. ft., $49,900. 3BR/2BA, est. 1178 sq. ft., furniture negotiable, $59,900. 3BR/2BA, double wide, est. 1228 sq. ft., $79,900. Each sits on a very nice lot. Park amenities include, pools, spa, playground, convenience store, horse facilities required for those seeking dance needed for showgirls (must be a only roles.) All auditions are at minimum of 5'6 tall and able to the CCT rehearsal warehouse wear a headdress weighing up located at 1545 Pioneer Way to seven pounds and a backpack (between Fletcher Parkway and weight up to 15 pounds. Not Bradley) in El Cajon. ' recommended for those with Showcase your specialty skill, neck or back problems). Do you play the harmonica, CCT's Box Office is located at juggle, ride a unicycle, fiddle, or 1545 Pioneer Way in El Cajon do gymnastics? We are looking and is open Monday through for unique talent. 18 dancers Friday from 9am to 5pm. To with strong tap and clogging make your audition appointment skills are needed for the kick or for more information, phone line and seven lovely women are 619-588-0206 or 800-696-1929. Do-It-Yourself Tips On Silencing Squeaky Floors (NAPSA---The next time you are looking for a way to give a noisy floor the "silent treatment'--there's good news. With a little bit of effort and the fight equipment, eliminat. ing squeaks can be the type of home-repair project that responds to the do-it-yourself approach. Experts say most squeaks are often caused when the subfloor rubs on the top surface of the floor joist and/or on the shank of regu- Ira' nails. Begin by locating the squeaks. Once they are located and marked with painters' blue masking tape, find your joists and the direction in which they run. Next, check to see if the squeaks you marked are in the same area as the floor joists. If they are, you are ready to begin attacking them directly. Here's where floor hard- ware designed specifically for the task can make all the difference. Fortunately, there are repair kits created to eliminate floor squeaks whether they're found under carpeting, in hardwood or softwood floors, or in stairs. In the past, getting rid of squeaks usually required getting direct access to the underneath floor to get at the joist. Not any- more. When the squeak is under a carpeted floor, there is an innova- tive repair kit--called Squeeeeek No More---that contains a :plastic molded alignment and depth con- trol fixture, 50 specially scored 3- inch by /-inch diameter screws, a customized driver bit to regulate the depth at which to drive the screw, and a joist-finding screw to locate the joist from above. In addition to eliminating unwanted squeaks, it also offers Experts say most squeaks are often caused when the subfloor rubs on the top surface of the floor joist and/or on the shank of regular nails. the added convenience of not hav- ing to crawl around under the floor to get the job done. When the squeak is in a hard- wood floor, a different product designed specifically for that kind of project may help. Called Counter Snap, it was created to help repair squeaky hardwood floors and stairs. Each kit includes 30 screws, the Counter Snap fix- ture, a No. 2 recess square-head driver and instructions. Another product, called Squeak-Ender, pulls the subfloor securely to the joist to help fix squeaks between the bottom side of the subfloor and the top of the floor joist. The bracket, slips over the bolt and slips around the joist and the nut is tightened. To ]earn more or for more detailed instructions, visit www.mysqueakyfloors.com or call (877) 378-0065. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, America's largest health care foundation, is working to improve the health and health care of all Americans. Go to www.rwjf.org/goto/checklist for tips and questions to help you prepare for your next medical visit. I Vh[00 Ants come inside our homes looking for dry, warm shelter, food and water. To remove them, follow these steps: Vacuum up any ants inside. Find their entry point, and sprinkle Ants boric acid powder there. coming Remove any infested items such as inT // food containers, houseplants, dishes or garbage cans. Clean any areas where you saw ants by washing the area with hot, soapy water; this removes the scent trails. Seal the entrance area with caulk. 2010 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved, HEALTH SERVICES Jt .IAN MEDICAL A DIVISION OF BORREGO COMMUNITY HEALTH FOUNDATION We accept Healthy Families Insurance I 2721WS'TOi: iii  JULIA", CSTREET 92036 (Next To Town Hall) www.julianmedicaLcom 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE i. &Bed Furl Service Hospice & Dementia Case by Case ' :$'niolr qriz * L/conso #374601019 SUNCREST LODGE 34540 Engineers Road and Highway 79 L II % _ I Hgh g,,00d I-Iorneopa00:h,00 C00,ti Le.is, CHore. 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