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February 24, 2016 February 26 at 6pm February 27 at 6pro February 28 at 2pro Tickets on sale now! $12 for adults, $8 for 18 and under MADE CHICKEN Julian Branch: (760) 244-9160 Cell: 760-315-7696 • Fax 714-693-1194 emai: ben@allstatepropane.com • www.alstatepropane.com SAUSAGE Groceries • Fresh Produce, Sundries ' Beer, Wine ,-hiquor Dry Cleaning, Lotto ,.. Scratchers • Full Service Best in the County Meat Department • U.S.D.A. Choice Bee[ ' Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Cut to your Specifications OPEN DAILY 6 a.m. TO 8 p.m. CARDS More Many of Than a Leap of Faith - Benefits to Julian Chamber Commerce Membership By, Katherine (Kat) Dupre, Membership Chair, Owner Kat's Yarn and Craft Cottage Whether you are a new business owner or a long time owner, you will benefit from your JCC membership, and I speak from personal experience as a third year and proud member. The top benefits we promote and many my business and I have directly gained from include: 1. One free business listing on the Chamber's website and one free link to your own business website. The Chamber website receives an average of 5,000 visitors per week! 2, Your business described on the applicable handout available to all visitors• The option of sponsoring a handout and having your logo advertised on it. 3• Referrals to your business by Chamber office staff 4. Free-monthly Chamber Mixer Socials great for networking• Occurs the first Thursday at 6 PM at different business or Chamber sponsored locations• March 3 will be at Jeremy's on the Hill 5. Monthly Networking Breakfast at the member rate of $10 with one free breakfast per year on the third Wednesday at different restaurants 6• The opportunity to join a variety of committees and influence policy and the success of events• Committees include Marketing, Apple Days, Taste or Sip of Julian, and Country Christmas to name a few 7. One complete set of membership mailing labels upon request 8• Use of brochure racks at the Town Hall 9. A plaque acknowledging your years of membership and "Proud Member" decal to display at your business 10. A talented volunteer board of directors and staff working hard and in constantly evolving ways for the common good of all of Julian providing hospitality and other services such as street cleaning, trash removal and public rest rooms year round. To take advantage of these great benefits and more, please renew your membership if you haven't already or join by Leap Year Day, Monday, February 29 for a $15 savings• Forms available at the JCC Office at Town Hall• Call 1-760-765-1857 for more information• Non-Lodging members - $125 Additional business under same ownership as first membership - $75 each Seasonal Agricultural Retail - $75 Small Lodging members - $125 (with.five or fewer rooms) Large Lodging members - $200 (with six or more rooms) Individual and Non-profit - $35 (we appreciate the support of these non-business members who lend support to our efforts•) Your 2016 Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and their affiliated businesses: Ed Glass, President. Butterfield Bed and Breakfast; Diana Garrett, Vice-President; Julian Book House; Tracy Turner, Secretary, Wynola Junction Antiques & Collectibles; Patti Bell, Treasurer, Bank of Southern California; Katherine (Kat) Dupre, Member Chair; Barbara Hedrick, Wynola Pizza; Rick Campbell, The Birdwatcher Nature Store; Adele Delgado, Julian Candy Basket; David Klumph, Dave's Musical Entertainment j It's That Daffy Time Of Year February seems to sneak in and warm us up in Julian• Apricots are showing, plums are exploded with blossoms and you may have noticed your daffodils are jumping up. March 12 & 13 2016 are the dates for our daffodil show this year. We need you to search through your yard for the best blooms: no dirt, no tears, long stems and proud balanced daffodils. Preselect your best entries to expedite the entry process• At home go through all your blooms, divide into divisions if possible• Know your single entry and triple entries• Sharpies can mark stems with their names if you know them. Donations of all other blooms are gladly accepted to raise funds for the show. If you find four of the exact same daffodils, ( example; Div. 1 Y-Y) • We've been advised by the experts to ask everyone to enter their best single and triple stem entry in the same division• It is best not to compete against yourself• More entries are accepted in Div. 1 with different color combo's ( example; Div. 1 Y-O). If you want entry cards early to fill out prior to Friday, March 11, please pick them up at the Library during the week March 3 thru 10. If you notice a storm brewing a week to ten days before March 11, scour your yard for good daffodils• The buds need to have some color on the tips if you expect them to open. Place them in a vase of water in your refrigerator or a cool dark place. The day or two before March 11, bring them to the light; a Windowsill or bright table. FridayMarch;.11.,..Noon 1"o,5 Pm. We need everyone to bring their best blossoms: even just a fewl YOU MAKE THE SHOW HAPPEN! Hope springs eternal Down the springtime hills there spills A rivulet of daffodils• The passing public sneaks a peek• Perhaps a gold mine sprang a leak. Law Seminar March 1st Wynola Pizza and Orange Book is planning an informative HR class for all employers at Wynola Pizza the 1st of March• This will help us all stay current with the new laws requiring employers to be pro active with the 2016 employment laws• Wynola Pizza will provide a free dinner. The time will be 6:00-8:00 pm. Please RSVP to Barbara Hedrick for our dinner numbers• 505-250-5160• Bruno Katz, a San Diego lawyer will be the speaker. Jess Martin Park Playground Out of Action The improvements and fixes at Jess Martin Park's playground will continue throughout the week as crews have currently unearthed some hazards that are in need of attention. County Parks is hoping to have all repairs completed within the next 10 days. March Is National Nutrition Month: Develop Better Eating Habits (StatePoint) Have your healthy Month theme, "Savor the Flavor New Year's habits already of Eating Right/' encourages begun to fade? Recharge your you to take time to enjoy food resolutions in March during raditions and appreciate the National Nutrition Month and pleasures, great flavors and remember the importance of social experiences that food can developing and following sound add to life. eating habits. "Food nourishes the body and The 2016 National Nutrition continued.onpage 14 The Julian News 3 I] - "Serving the Community of Julian" ' ][ [ GATED, SECURE STORAGE SITES -- FULLY ENCLOSED YARD [I [ INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS SiTE FOR MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT STORAGE [[ [ Outside Storage - Trailers, Boats, Cars, RV's [I Unit Sizes- 5x10, 10x10, 10x15, 10;,20, 10x30 I ! 3582 78 at Newman Way Fax (760)756-902(] julianministoragete; mail,cam Residential • Industrial • Commercial Serving Southern California Ben Sulser, Account Manager ' w~"-~~~-- Grading&Demolition ~e Bruce Strach0ta Grading, Demolition, i~~~Youz" Home I Underground Utilities, Dump Truck, Excavation, Loader, I ~ One Time I Bobcat Rental, Rock & Base [ ~ Schedule[ 71 2 cell. 619-972-0152 ai~~~l~ Fix-It A Weekend Handyman Service Too Big for You, Too Small for Them, Too Fun for Me "_P[um6infl, Electrical. Drffwa[[, Concrete. Brusli, 'firewood Brian Denny 7 Years Facilities Management 760/765-1337 3 Years General Construction • 760/212-4954[C] 10 Years Building Materials Expert Panel To Discuss Oak Borer Beetle -March 8 Oak Tree Deaths Reach Alarming Rate in Julian - Public invited to free panel discussion at Julian Library, 6pm by Jim Madaffer Have you noticed all the thin or dying oak trees in the Julian area? It's getting worse by the day. The oak trees in our mountain paradise are at risk. The Governor has declared a state of emergency. What can we do to save our trees? Oak trees in Julian are dying at an alarming rate thanks to the Goldspotted Oak Borer or GSOB. The GSOB is a small insect, less than a half inch long and about a 1/16 of an inch wide with a slender, bullet-shaped body and are agile flyers. They are primarily black with an iridescent green sheen and have six gold-colored spots-on their forewings, hence the common name. They burrow into the tops of trees and generally work their way down, slowly eating away at the wood, gradually destroying the tree's ability to absorb water and nutrients from the soil. They typically exit the tree with a "D" shaped hole near the base of the tree. Interestingly, they seem to attack older more mature trees, killing off trees between 50and 250 ,years old. Since its discovery in 2008, GSOB has been found attacking three species of oak in and around the Cleveland National Forest in San Diego County: coast live oak, canyon live oak and California black oak. GSOB is responsible for the death of over 100,000 oak trees in San Diego County, with the number growing every day. The public is welcome to an informative free panel discussion at the Julian Library. regarding GSOB. Panelists will include an arborist, a forester from CAL-Fire and experts from the University of California, Riverside• The program takes place on Tuesday, March 8, 2016 at 6 p.m. In 2011, UC Riverside Natural Resources Specialist Tom Scott predicted the Julian area will continue to lose 17 percent of its oak trees each year as a result of GSOB• At this rate, it won't be very long until the very trees that contribute to the beauty of our beloved mountains will be decimated• Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency on Oct. 30, continued on page 10