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START THE NEW YEAR WITH CRYSTAL CLEAR & REFRESHING DRINKING WATER Only$19.75 per month, incl. cooler rental and 2 five gallon bottles of drinking water +tax & bottle deposit For home or office delivery: 760-805-8879 Now serving the entire east county Spring Water add 84 cents per bottle No contract! Ask about our private label liter & .5 liter bottles for your business or special event and fundraiser. FDA Licensed Julian's First Film Festival Needs You Julian's first film festival, The Wild and Scenic Film Festival, hosted by Volcan Mountain Foundation, will be held on May 4 - 6, 2012 and needs filmmakers, musicians, artists, and volunteers to make it a great success for attendees and local merchants! We are recruiting musicians, artists and volunteers who are passionate about Volcan Mountain and environmental education and concerns. The Wild and Scenic Film Festival is a collection of films from the annual festival held the third week of January in Nevada City, CA, which is now in its 10th year. We hope to make Wild and Scenic an annual event which draws local and regional filmgoers to our festival and town as well as bringing awareness of and new members to the Volcan Mountain Foundation! The festival will host a kick-off party on Friday, May 4, have two days of film screenings on May 5 and 6, as well as workshops, speakers, an art show showcasing nature photography and artwork, and guided hikes on Volcan Mountain. Films will be shown in Town Hall, Julian High School and Julian Junior High. With the energy generated at the home festival held this January 13- 15, 2012, in Nevada City, California, the Wild & Scenic Film Festival hits the road. In 2012 Wild & Scenic will travel to over 100 venues around the world From the Bahamas to a field station in Antarctica, Wild & Scenic on Tour becomes a common reference point for people of differing backgrounds to join together and find solutions Local filmmakers who have made environmental films are encouraged to contact us if they are interested in having their films shown at the festival. Musicians are needed to perform prior to each film screening as well as at the Kick-Off Party on the revening of Friday, May 4 and the Festival Party on the evening of May 5. Artists are encouraged to contact us if they would like to display their work at the art shows, held at Festival headquarters and the Julian Library. Volunteers are needed on a variety of committees including publicity and ticket sales and help during the festival itself with checking in attendees, helping to set up venues and helping with various festival activities. If you are interested in participating in any capacity in this exciting weekend of film, please contact festival coordinator, Terry Ross, at 760-239-6651. A Grand Gala The 23rd Annual Julian High School Senior Class Auction went off without a hitch. It was a grand gala indeed. Held in the Julian High School Multi-Purpose Room, the auction was jam packed with guests and the school for one evening was transformed into a magical place. With almost 175 people in attendance, the senior class dressed up in a black tie affair, and a ton of auction items, the night was amazing. The seniors did a lot of preparation before hand with the auction lead by senior class advisers Mrs. Cathy Kuiper and Mrs. Jennifer Wylie. The senior class auction is a big deal in our town and it is so important to do it right. It takes a lot of preparation, work, time, energy, and organization before, during, and after the auction. Several months in advance the database needs to be cleaned up and addresses added, changed, and corrected, then a few months before the auction itself, letters to local and out of state establishments need to be mailed out. Then, publicity needs to go out to' let 06r local c6rduhity know of'th wonderful event and this year a PO Box mailing was sent out so every resident in Julian that has a PO Box received a flyer inviting them to the auction. There were 150 items in the Silent Auction that began at 6pm and there were 100 items in the Live Auction that began promptly at 7pm. The auctioneer Mike Groman kicked the evening off and the bidding began. The seniors baked and prepared a lot of delicious baked goods and refreshments for the guests. It was great to see our local community members, parents, staff members, and business owners/employees join us for this fundraiser. It really brings the community together. The night was a huge success and the seniors were able to raise $12,500.00. Wow! Thank you Julian! That money will be spent on end of the year senior class activities such as Grad Nite, Senior Class Trip, Senior Class Breakfast, Junior/Senior Luncheon, and a Senior Class Gift. Again, thank you for your time, support, donations, energy, and help in making this auction truly fantastic. Special Offer - Save U  to $410" a.m. in the ABDNHA Library. Non-members are $12; members $10, and volunteers $9. Call to reserve. "Desert Plant Adaptations," a fun and interactive program given by Botanist Kate Harper, is focused on the ingenious and varied techniques plants use to survive in our local deserts. The talk is on Saturday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the ABDNHA Library. Call to reserve. NM $12, M $10, V $9. A related field trip led by Harper is slated for Sunday, March 4 from 9:30 a.m. to !2:30 p.m. Celebrating its fortieth year, ABDNHA is dedicated to connecting members, nature and history through research, education and interpretation of our desert area. Huge Native Plant Show & Sale Slated In Borrego Springs, March 3 A Native Plant Show and plant. Sale hosted by the Anza- Two free naturalist-led "Easy Borrego Desert Natural History Desert Plant Walks," from 9 a.m. Association (ABDNHA) is slated to 10:45 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 2:45 for Saturday March 3 at the p.m. will show participants what's Borrego Desert Nature Center, blooming. Space is limited; call 652 Palm Canyon Drive. the ABDNHA Nature Center to The event includes many one reserve at 1-760-767-3098. and five gallon desert perennials, "Traditional Uses of shrubs, ground covers, yuccas, Native Plants" and their use cacti and trees for sale, as well and importance in Native as a special exhibit of more than American Culture the subject 75 native desert plants, including of an outdoor display hosted by blooming desertwildflowers, naturalist Suzanne Emory of Special walks and programs the Kumeyaay-lpai Interpretive - many of which are free -- will Center, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. There is continue throughout the show no charge. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. New Horticulturist Connie Beck this year, "Get Started with will discuss garden design, Gardening," offers the first 50 fertilization, plant choice and kids a free plant to take home planting techniques in a talk, and watch grow, along with "Organic Gardening in a Desert information about caring for their Landscape," from 10:30 to 11:30 We have dreams - big dreams. Open a second store, then a third. The sky is the limit. And our bank is guiding us along the way, helping us create a financial plan that keeps us moving forward, ouR bank is Rabobank. The Julian News 3 USA Communications has increased Internet speeds in your area! Blazing Fast internet Speeds Up to 8meg Free Installation IUnique and Old Fashioned Collectibles Gifts Local Music Wall Art Candles in Wynola Farms Marketplace 4470 Highway 78 Business checking free of monthly fees for six months First order of business checks free or $100 credit (whichever is less) $250 discount on processing fee for small business term loan or line of credit JULIAN 2033 Main Street (760) 765-2765 Rabobank, N.A. Member FDIC Savings calculated over first six months, actual savings may vary. Offer ends April 13, 2012. Rabobank