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February22,2012 R TIEs Est. 1967 P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 OPE (760) 765 0192 We have our owlt private parking lot behind the office.. ent0000.00e o!f'C' Str0000t C 0 RN E It OF www.j ulian-prop CHARMING 3 BEDIOOM home with garage and bonus room. Nice !dews of Volcan Mounfian, lovely mature oaks, lo:ated on a quiet street in Kentwood. Especially nice custom 4 bed/3 bath home in the historic village of Julian. Located on a choice 2/3 acre site on the edge of town within walking distance of everything! Built in 2007, 2361 sq ft, gourmet kitchen, two car garage, beautiful southern views off the balcony. Don't miss this one. Priced below the cost to build at $549,000 The Julian News 9 Charming and immaculate country home. Two bedroom, plus bonus room. Hardwood floors, open- beam wood ceilings, claw foot tub, tons of upgrades. Usable half acre plus with large trees and areas for gardens. Ready for you to move right in. $286,000 $315,000 TREET Pleasant home with lots of light, open floor plan, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, warm wood stove and skylights. Two bedrooms, two baths and inside laundry room. Deck and balcony with views of the wooded lot and neighboring hills. A great buyat $217,000 Panoramic views of the Cuyamaca mountains and all the way to the coast. The well is in and also a roughed in driveway. It's time to build! Don't miss this opportunity to have your home in one of Ju- lian's finest gated communities. A super deal at $179,000 CHARMING AND IkIMACULATE - Mountain Home in the trees abwe Lake Cuyamaca with a view of the lake. Cozy Livkag room has fireplace with pellet insert, 2 bed roctqs, deck and an extra room downstairs. Cedar wood inside and out. PRICED AT 00279,000 SIXTEEN ACRE JULIAN RANCH - MEADOWS, TREES, VIEWS This ranch is located in a very desirable area of Julian - with easy access off a paved road with choice 16 acres - some quite level and some sloping, with fencing and cross-fencing. The farm house has been upgraded and remodeled. There is a separate guest cottage, a barn/workshop, outbuildings, mature oaks, cedars, and four large English Walnut trees in the front yard. This ranch has been in the same family for many years. PRICED AT $540,000 NEW QUALITY CI3TOM HOME on 1.97 wooded acres in Pin. Hills. Much attention to COZY CABIN IN THE TREES in Pine Hills on a details. 3 bedrooms, 3baths, dream kitchen, with nicely wooded lot. Owner will consider carrying 3ranite counter tos, large I for a qualified buyer with substantial down large center isle and pay- ara e and Vl s w ment The ad Olnln lot also available for sale front yard, double atta:hed g g "w . j " " g " was-9070IeducedTo $650,0001 PRICED AT $149,000 CHOICE PARCEL IN JULIAN ESTATES 4.24111 Acres at the end of the road. Many large oaks and I[ pines, views, underground power and phone, II paved roads, gated community. I1[ PRICED AT $174,000 I AVAILABLE LAND One Acre parcel in Shelter Valley reasonably priced at $22,000 Desert Views from this One Acre, $22,000 Kentwood - .62 Acre big views. $49,000 Nice Site - .62 Acre, has septic layout, views, trees. Priced at $75,000 Cuyamaca: 4.32 Acres, great views, has septic layout $125,000 Harrison Park: 5 Acres, well, electricity. septic in, views. $165,000 Pine Hills: 1.28 Acres, septic layout, trees, views. $169,000 Julian Estates: 4.7 Acres, has a well and fantastic views. $179,000 Juli Zerbe, Broker AssOciate email: ju]  r Rose Steadman, Broker/Owner Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate email: Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate emai]: Ask Pastor Rick Religion In The News Churches to Lose Use of School Space After a Lega00 Push Fails A small Bronx evan.celical church on lost the final rolnd of its 16-year legal battle tc force New York City to permit reigious worship services in public schools, setting the stag for the city to eject dozens of curches and religious organizatbns that have been using sch)ols for prayer. The Supreme Court announced that it ould not review a lower-court decision that backed the city b ban the evangelical congregltion, the Bronx Household of Faith, from holdhg its Sunday services at Pubic School 15, where it has worshiped since 2002. / a result, the city said it woJld move to end the hundreds ofprayer services that had been had in schools in recent years sme 160 congregations used school buildings for worship .,ervices in the 2010-11 school /ear alone by Feb. 12, 2012. "We view this as a victory for the city's schoolchildren and their families," Jane Gordon, 'the senior counsel of the New York City Law Department, said in a statement. She added that the Education Department "was quite properly concerned about having any school in this diverse city identified with one particular religious belief or practice." Source: New York Times, summarized by Pastor Rick Ask Pastor Rick Can you explain what Jesus meant when He said, "Take up your cross and fo//ow Me"? Let's begin with what Jesus didn't mean. Many people interpret "cross" as some burden they must carry in their lives: a strained relationship, a thankless job, a physical illness. With self- pitying pride, they say, "That's my cross I have to carry." Such an interpretation is not what Jesus meant when He said, "Tak up your cross and follow Me."When Jesus carried His cross up Golgotha to be crucified, no ore was thinking of the cross as symbolic of a burden to carry. To a person in the first-century, the cross meant one thing and one thing only: death by the most painful and humiliating means human beings could develop. Two thousand years later, Christians view the cross as a cherished symbol of atonement, forgiveness, grace, and love. But in Jesus' day the cross represented nothing but torturous death. Because the Romans forced convicted criminals to carry their own crosses to the place of crucifixion, bearing a cross meant carrying their own execution device while facing ridicule along the way to death. Therefore, "Take up your cross and follow Me" means being willing to die in order to follow Jesus. It's a call to absolute surrender. Aftereach time Jesus commanded cross bearing, He said, "For whoever wants to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for me will save it. What good is it for a man to gain the whole world, and yet lose or forfeit his very self?" (Luke 9.24- 25 for example) Although the call is tough, the reward is matchless. Rick Hill is the Senior Pastor at Hillside Community Church on 3rd and C Streets in Julian, CA. Direct all questions and correspondence to: PastorRick@ or Hillside Community Church, Religion In The News, Box 973, Julian, CA, 92036. (Opinions in this column do not necessarily express the views of Julian News, its editor, or employees.) Anza-Borrego Foundation And Pacific Crest Trail Association Preserve Open Space Pacific Crest Trails Association and Anza-Borrego Foundation are pleased to announce the purchase of 40 acres within Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. The once privately-held parcel located next to the Pacific Crest Trail will be preserved as open space and set aside for public use. PCTA helped pay a portion of the purchase price and Anza- Borrego Foundation will hold the land in trust for the state park. It's the first partnership between the two nonprofit conservation .groups, This was a priority purchase for both groups. Privately held parcels within the state park boundaries increasingly have been developed for housing and other uses. This purchase ensures that this property will remain in its largely natural and untouched state. The parcel is located in upper Coyote Canyon at the top of Nance Canyon In Riverside County. The area includes open grassland amongst swaths of chaparral shrubs and juniper woodland. The terrain is south facing and littered with rocky ridges and fields. A riparian area with water-loving native trees ribbons through the lower portion of the parcel. The 1774 and 1775-76 Anza Expeditions to California traveled up Nance Canyon from lower Coyote Canyon to the San Carlos Pass, exiting the desert to a greener more pastoral California. A'Cahuilla Indian village was also located in this area. "It's a great property because it provides wildlife habitat, it has cultural and historic value," said Diana Lindsay, ABF vice president of environmental affairs. "And it's a fabulous property for hikers on the PCT because it has water and can be used for camping." The Pacific Crest Trail is one of 11 National Scenic Trails. It runs along the southeast corner of this parcel. PCTA identified the parcel as a priority for purchase in 2004 because of its proximity to the trail. Donations to the association's Land Protection Fund were used to pay for the conservation project. "Through the generosity of our donors, we were able to partner on this purchase and help save this property from "development," said Liz Bergeron, PCTA executive director. "It's highly likely that this parcel would have been sold for a house or some other project. Now it will be preserved for future generations." The Pacific Crest Trail Association is a Sacramento, Calif.-based nonprofit whose members protect, preserve and promote the Pacific Crest Trail, a 2,650-mile hiking and equestrian trail from Mexico to Canada that follows the mountainous crest through California, Oregon and Washington. The association, through private donations and public partnerships, organizes annual trail maintenance while actively preserving the landscape around the trail, thereby maintaining the outdoor trail experience. For more information, go to Anza-Borrego Foundation based in Borrego Springs, Calif., is the non profit cooperating association for Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. It acquires land for conservation in and around the Park, educates the public on its resources, and supports research relevant to the region. The Foundation operates the Anza-Borrego Institute, a field school that provides high quality, in-depth educational courses to over 1,300 visitors each year. For more information, go to The Saver's Credit - a little- known tax credit made available by the IRS to low- to-middle-income workers could make saving for retirement more affordable than you think, say experts at the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies' For more information, visit www.trans