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Accep e ere Mond&y -- Saturday 9 am - 6 pm • Sunday 9 am- 5 pm Fresh Cuts At The Meat Counter, Fresh Produce, Cheeses, ]Dairy, Deli Sandwiches Dry Cleaning Drop off Lots of NEW #lutemFree Items Bl1700 IBtzeet t • ® ?s6. uoo I y Cleaning Service In by Tuesday, Back by Friday I Phone in Your Meat and De!i Orders - No Waiting Julian News Continues Touring The Holy Land Pastor Rick is joined by Ed and Anita LeMert at the ruins of ancient Jericho• 38 people are touring Israel from Dan to Beersheba (North to South)for 15 days. New Julian Healthy Living Program Since the beginning of the year, the Julian Library has offered a series of workshops under the title of "Healthy Julian, Healthy you" on Saturdays in the Library Community Room. As a follow up from that series, a new program has evolved, Julian Healthy Living. Unlike the earlier program, JHL will be a monthly program, the second Wednesday of every month and will have the time to cover a verity of subjects dealing with our health• Our Mission is to provide the community access to information and support for the best possible health• Our monthly meetings will include health care tips on the subjects of food selection and preparation, the identity of foods and herbs that heal and relieve chronic symptoms, exercise and treatment programs directed specifically to problems in our lives, book reviews and book exchanges to provide us with better health awareness in our pursuit of health and happiness• Terry Cox, will be the initial chairperson and event planner with the intent of forming a board of local interested people to plan and promote future events. New Years day is the starting point for many people to make the commitment to better health, frequently weight loss being the primary goal. By June, the commitment is a distant memory and they're back to where they started. Why is it so hard to be healthy? Proper weight is the bi-product of a healthy lifestyle• And a healthy lifestyle is more than what you eat and don't eat. A healthy lifestyle includes, but is not limited to, daily exercise programs, proper nutrition that includes healthy food selection and preparation, getting enough sleep and down time to escape the daily stress of our modern life. Julian's Youth Development Institute by Jasmine Madeyski Fun is the best teacher. During the weekend of February 4th, Junior Allison Duffy, Junior Charlie Beatty, Junior Michelle Tyndall, Sophomore Sylvia Woller, Sophomore Sarah Linthicum, Sophomore Bailey Davis-Scholl, Freshman Bailey Rembold, Freshman Jake Cirillo, Freshman Randy Burke, Freshman Darren Duffy and I vacationed at a local anti- drug conference, called the Youth Development Institute at Camp Marston. Students from around the county learned about leadership, drug-prevention tactics, and ways to stop bullying• We started off the weekend on Friday night. We moved into our cabins, apprehensive but excited. During opening ceremonies, we divided in to our "Family Groups," (the students we would spend the remainder of our conference with)• This time was allotted to get to knoweach other. On Saturday morning, the groups competed in camp-wide games• This woke us up for a day of learning• Immediately after the games, we were presented with a PowerPoint about bullying, and then split off with our family groups. We rotated around many workshops, focusing on illegal substances, until about 3:00. Then we enjoyed Marston's many activities. After dinner, we spent time with our peers, participating in a talent show and a dance• Sunday morning, we conversed and voiced our opinions on drugs• Together, the camp came up with solutions and actions to take in our communities to counteract the illegal usage of harmful substances. Afterwards, with tears in our eyes, we said goodbye to our Family Groups• All of the students benefited greatly from this weekend• We 'met life-long friends, learned leadership skills, and concluded ways to prevent illegal abuse of drugs• The conference was a huge help for us, and will be a huge help for our community. Meet Up For Permaculture Workshops In Pine Hills You are invited to the 2nd San Diego Permaculture Convergence held at Green Owl in Julian on March 10th, 2012, 9 am - 4:30pm "Permaculture is an ecological design system for sustainability in all aspects of human endeavor• It teaches us how to build natural homes, grow our own food, restore diminished landscapes and ecosystems, catch rainwater, build communities and much more." (Quoted from permaculture•org) We love to get our hands dirty in a healthy, organic soil. We care about our planet and people. We lovingly tend to the land and try to minimize our impact on it in everything that we do• Help us build a permaculture presence and develop permaculture projects together in our homes, gardens, and County. Join us now[ We hove a CORE Permaculture event "the second Saturday of each month, and list other events that may be interesting to you. Please try to attend at least our CORE meetings as often as you can to increase the cohesiveness of this group. Workshops focusing on Sustainable Living Practices offered throughout the day include: • From Desert to Edible Oasis: The Permaculture Approach to Rainwater and Greywater -Josh Robinson • Dessert and Cheese Making with Irish Moss: Feel the fear and use it anyway! - Ann Hough Make a Solar Cooker and Learn How to Use It!- Sharon Clausson • Planting Fruit Tree Guilds - Mary Prentice continued on page l O The Julian News 3 USA Communications has increased Internet speeds in your area! 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