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March 3, 2010 FARH o FORt&lt; IEST>, <:i: :: JOIN US FOR A CULINARY CELEBRATION! Farm to Fork Farmers (F ) learned to cloe the gap between the farm and your fork! A delectable varleff of locally-grown seasonal fruit, vegeble, herbs spices, seafood and meat will be presented in a unklue one of a klnd butut dirmer, Thi OUTDOOR event wil include "F;rrn to Fork  presentatlot, finger foods, local crafted wine and beer, buffet dinner, live band, dancing and and our amazlr arm Fresh Smore Bat'." LOCATION: PALM CANYON RESORT, Borrego Springs, California Discounted weekend room or camp rates are awilable to Farm m Fork gut. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS 2 PM to ,s:30 PM Meet the Farmers, Farm to Fork Presentations, Wine and Beec (cocktails available.) S:3o PM to 7 PM FARM to FORK FIESTA, all you can enjoy Farm to Fork dinner buffet and desserts. 7 PM to 10 PM Danchg, Entertainment and the Fresh Smores Bar COST: S100 per person or $175 per couple Advanced ticket sale only Event limited to the first 10o guests! Get yours before it is too late. Tickets Avalable online or directly from an F farmer. A Portion of the proceeds to benefit Anza Borrego School District, Borrego Springs Chamber of Commerce, Anza Borreo Foundation and FSfarm programs. For Information, UlXt, a list participating farmers, vintners and brewers or to Purchase Tickets Please view our web site http:'/ww trmtoforktarmefs.cm or meet the farmers at the Anza Borrego Farmer's Market (Fridays BAH until Noon) for additional information or to sample F  fare. Julian Branch Library Collaborates with Census 2010 As part of an overall effort to make answering the census as easy as possible, the Census Bureau has developed numerous ways of providing support to all people. One of them includes a walk-in Questionnaire Assistance Center (QAC). The center for Julian will be located in the Julian Branch Library and will be staffed by a census worker on Tuesdays from 2-7 PM and Thursdays and Saturdays from 10 AM-3 PM through April 17. Questionnaire Assistance Centers are being established to assist those needing support in completing their census questionnaire; provide answerrs to general questions about the census; and assist those who nee,d a questionnaire in a language other than English. Beginning Mar(ch 19, 2010 these centers will serve as a distribution site for "Be Co)unted" questionnaires. These questionnaires are for people that may not have received a census questionnaire at their home, believe they were not counted in the census questionnaire received at theiir household, or were without conventional housing on census day. The main purrpose of the QAC is to assist those who need help with completing the, census questionnaire. It is very important for every person to be counted. Having an accurate count of people living in each communiity equates to funding of government services to the area. An officiml census only occurs every ten years. Make sure you are counted! The major reason for taking the census is to determine the number of seats each state is entitled to in the U.S. House of Representatives. For example, a heavily populated state like New York sends more members to thee U.S. House of Representatives than a less populated state such as D)elaware. It also provides demographic data for federal, state and Iocal l authorities to determine grant eligibility. Libraries are, great partners for the Census bureau. In Julian, we serve as a cormmunity center providing free materials and services to all. It is a prfect gathering place to assist the Census bureau in completing their task.. POPE TREE SERVICE All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial Julian Senior Holy Tuomi To Compete at Old Globe On Sunday March 7, 2010 our own Holly Tuomi, a Julian High senior, will compete in the Monologue and Sonnet Presentation Contest at the Old Globe Complex. Holly was chosen by her peers to compete against other San Diego County High School students in this unique contest put on by the English-Speaking Union. The English-Speaking Union is an international charity founded in 1918 to promote "international understanding and friendship through the use of the English language." On February 20, 2010, Holly traveled with Mrs. Welch from Julian to San Diego to attend a workshop to prepare for the contest. Four Masters of Fine Arts in Dramatic Arts program students from USD, who are interning at the Old Globe, helped to demonstrate and tutor students. Holly will present both a twenty line monologue and a fourteen line sonnet at the program as will all other contestants. The successful winner of this contest will travel to New York to the national contest. We wish Holly the best of luck in her competition as she represents Julian High School! Injury Prevention At CDC: Keeping Kids And Teens Safe From Concussion (NAPSA) - Millions of Americans are injured each year, and for some it leads to disability and profoundly affects their lives and the lives of others.. The good news - injuries are preventable. The Injury Center at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is working hard 1to implement programs that reduce injuries and their impact. CDC's; "Heads Up" is one initiative that focuses on preventing and responding to concussion among young athletes. More than 38 million boys and girls participate in organized youth sports across the U.S., and concussions - caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head or body that causes the brain to move rapidly inside the skull - are one of the most commonly reported injuries among kids and teens who participate in these activities. Though they are sometimes described as "dings" or having one's "bell rung," even a seemingly mild bump or blow' to the head can be seriousl While most athletes who sustain a concussion will recover, some will continue to have problems that can affect[ the way they think, learn, feel and act. Early identification of an athlete with concussion is critical, as athletes who return to play too soon following initial injury are at risk for a repeat concussion. A repeat concussion that occurs before the brain recovers from the first - usually within a short period of time (hours, days or weeks) can be very dangerous and may slow recovery or increase the chances for long- term problems. Recognition and proper response to concussions when they first occur can help prevent further injury or even death. Youth sports coaches and parents are on the front line in the effort to identify and respond to concussions, and they are eager to learn how to keep their athletes safe and healthy. That is why CDC's Injury Center is working hard to equip youth sports coaches and parents across the country with the "Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports" tool kit. The tool kit explains how to prevent, recognize and respond to a concussion (in English and Spanish). It i[ncludes fact sheets and a clipboard and a magnet with key inforrmation, so it's right continued on page 5 Get rolling with rate protection from Rabobank Julian Art Guild March's Artist Of The Month At The Library Angela Simpson of Warner Springs is the Artist of the Month for March. Angela currently paints in watercolor and has studied with Carol Ravy, Cindy Triplett and David Musser locally. She also studied art at Saddleback College with Betty Weiss and Wayne Horvath, taking classes in ceramics, oil painting, china painting, sculpture, life drawing and color and design. Her present emphasis in watercolor is still life. She also enjoys painting landscapes and especially the flowers in her garden. The Julian News 3 Woodworking Offered By Julian R.O.R Bill Fink will instruct woodworking 101 through Julian R.O.P. Beginning woodworking class 101 as well as a more advanced class for hand tool users will be offered through Julian H.S. ROP. Minimum enrollment is required for these courses, so if you have an interest in learning woodworking and would like to discuss the course features, costs and meeting times call, 760 215-1711 and leave a message. In the beginning course, students will be taught about the use of chisels, planes, saws. Measuring and marking, glues and clamping, as well as how to sharpen and maintain your hand tools will be covered. This is a hands on course and tools are provided for your use and are available for purchase. You may also bring your own tools. Students will be given a broad overview of the history and use of hand tools and how they developed into the modern power tool and woodworking machinery. The six meetings of two hours each will culminate in students cutting and fitting dovetail joints. Course literature that corresponds to each class is included and distributed the week before the class. 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