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i i i    ,:',!"  .  i CuyamaC SsiSr Valley, Mt. Lagu  Summit, Var lla. Volume 24 - Issue 30 Wednesday March 11, 2009 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Julian's Youth Help Celebrate The Daffodil The walls of Soups & Such Cafe, 2000 Main Street, Suite 100, and the .back room of the Julian Coffee House, 1921 Main Street, will be adorned with daffodil inspired works of the town's local up-and-coming writers and artists during the weekend of March 13, 14 and 15, 2009. The displays will coincide with the 5th Annual Julian Daffodil Show and the Julian Arts Guild's Daffodil Art Show and will feature poetry and art work by the youth of Julian Elementary School. Their works will be on view at the Coffee House and Soups & Such during their respective hours. Many of these youths will also be entering daffodils in the 5th Annual Daffodil Show which will be held in conjunction with the Julian Arts Guild Daffodil Art Show at The Blue Heron Garden Shop and Gallery, in the historic Kettner House, 2116 Third Street in Julian (760-765- 0480). Other local businesses who have graciously donated prizes for this year's show include The Birdwatcher, Julian Coffee House, Kathy's Dress Shop, Menghini Winery, Mom's Pie House, Orchard Hill Country Inn, Romano's Dodge House Ristorante and Soups & Such Cafe. Entries for the Daffodil Show will be accepted at The Blue Heron Friday, March 13, 11am until 5pm and on Saturday, March 14, 10am until 11am. The show opens and winners will be on display Saturday, noon until 4pm, and again on Sunday, March 15, 11am until 4pm. Dozens of species of daffodils will also be on display in addition to the bkns for judging and the judge, from the National Daffodil Society, will be available to answer your questions about daffodils. The Blue Heron will also be the location for this year's Julian Arts Guild's Daffodil Art Show, Local artists will be exhibiting their daffodil themed art amid the blooming entries allowing visitors to enjoy both daffodils and art at the same time. The art show will be on exhibit Friday, March 13, 11am until 5pm, Saturday, March 14, noon until 4pm, and Sunday, March 15, 11am until 4pm. Please join us for a daffodil weekend in Julian, March 13, 14 & 15, and come to see the daffodils in bloom throughout town, the 5th Annual Julian Daffodil Show and Julian Arts Guild Daffodil Art Show and enjoy the poems and art work of Julian's youth. Help us celebrate the daffodil ~ the flower of hope. Admission to all events is free. Eagles Baseball Runs Over San Pasqual Preps For Tournament Action The Julian Eagles baseball team will be hosting three games in the Tri-City/Army-Navy Baseball Classic. The Eagles are off to a good start after defeating San Pasqual Academy 19-0 Wednesday March, 4. The three games the Eagles will be hosting will be played against Foothills Christian, The Rock Academy, and Escondido Charter. The dates and times are listed below. Come support your Julian Eagles Baseball team. March 13, Foothills Christian (Jess Martin Park) March 18, The Rock Academy (Jess Martin Park) March 19, Escondido Charter (Jess Martin Park) J S Academy of Martial. Arts "Julman-- Storm" Our Academy is working hard to develop this Special Team Of Role Models -"Storm." Instructors are teaching Mixed-Martial Arts: Kung Fu, Kajukembo, San Son, Karate. Learn the arts of self defense and combat training. Learn and get fit! All ages are welcome! There are 4 Convenient class times available every Wednesday. Open enrollment. Come join us for a FREE lesson. For more information, class times and locations, please call Instructor Annette Retz (760) 765-0644. All instructors are bilingual. Sensei James Schrader with Meghan Brown-one on one instruction. Sifu Retz and Sensei Schrader Sifu Annette Retz with Natalie Romano and Hannah Harper,..,: dnonstrating self defense in self defense/combat training, attack situation. Planning Group Looking To Fill Two Seats On Architectural Review Board There are two vacant terms on the Julian Historic District Architectural Review Board. The Julian Community Planning Group will recommend persons to fill the two vacancies. Applicants must reside, own a business, own a property, or be employed in the Julian Community Planning Area. In selecting the candidates for nomination to the Board of Supervisors for appointment emphasis shall be given to candidates with design backgrounds in architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, fine arts and/or construction. Application forms may be obtained by writing to the Julian Community Planning Group at P.O. Box 249 Julian CA 92036, by calling Jack Shelver, Chair of the Julian Community Planning Group at 765-3293 or by e-mail to jack@cableusa.com. Applications must be received by April 8, 2008 at P.O. Box 249, Julian CA 92036. Interested persons who submit an application should plan to attend the Julian Community Planning Group meeting on April 13, 2009. The applicants selected will be recommended to the Board of Supervisors through Supervisor Diane Jacob for a term of two years. Jack Shelver, Chair Julian Community Planning Group Architectural Review Board Meets the 1st Tuesday of the Month Local Real Estate Professional Earns Five Star Award Kaaren Terry, of Mountain Farms Realty, is featured in the March issue of the San Diego Magazine as a 2009 Five Star Real Estate Agent. This select group represents less that 3 percent of licensed agents in San Diego County. San Diego Magazine hired an independent research firm to help them to find out who consistently wowed their clients. Recent home purchasers were surveyed and asked to evaluate their agent on customer service, communication, finding the right home, integrity, negotiation, marketing the home, market knowledge, closing preparation and overall satisfaction. Mortgage and title companies were also involved in the selection process to judge an agent's technical skill and knowledge. After the research was compiled 360 agents were chosen from over 12,000 licensed agents in San Diego County. Kaaren has been a Julian resident for the past ten years and also a local author. She wrote "Across the Creek," a contemporary novel set in Julian. Julian News PO Box 639 Julian, CA. 92036 Change Service Requested TPRESORTED STANDARD Permit No. 30 l Julian, CA II,h,h,l,,,,Ih,lh,lh,,,,Ih,l,llh,,I,,h,,hl,lh,,h,II Small Town Papers TF, 5026 California Ave SW Seattle WA 98136-1208 " II Ground Water And Wells: How To Reduce Risks To The Water Supply National Ground Water Awareness Week March 8-14 (WESTERVILLE, OH) Whether you own a water well or not, every person can do something to protect ground water and reduce risks to the water supply, the National Ground Water Association (NGWA)said today in recognizing National Ground Water Awareness Week, March 8-14. Ground water makes up more than 90 percent of the available fresh water in the United States and the world. Nearly 50 percent of the U.S. population relies on ground water for its drinking water supply. Ground water also feeds most surface water bodies such as rivers and lakes. Here are some steps any person can take to help protect ground water and reduce risks to the water supply, particularly if you are the owner of a household water well. Ground water protection: First, locate any abandoned wells on your property. Contact a qualified water well system contractor to determine whether the abandoned well has been properly decommissioned. An improperly abandoned well can be a direct pathway for contamination into the aquifer. Never dispose of any substance down an abandoned well. If the abandoned well has not been properly decommissioned, always use a qualified water well system contractor to do so. This requires special techniques, equipment, and materials. Second, if you have a septic system, have it check regularly by a quallfied septic system contractor. A failing septic system may present a contamination threat to the ground water. Third, properly use, store, and dispose of hazardous household substances. Hazardous household substances include, but are not limited to: * Gasoline and oil * Paints and paint thinner * Fertilizers * Weed killers * Pesticides * Cleaning products. Proper use means always following the manufacturer's instructions. Do not over apply fertilizers, pesticides, and weed killers. Also, do not apply or mix such substances close to the wellhead. Proper storage of hazardous household substances means keeping them in sealed containers in a secure place. Proper disposal of hazardous household substances means do not dump them on the ground, or pour them down the drain, or flush them down the toilet. Instead, contact local waste authorities about proper disposal. Proper well location and construction: Next, if you're planning to construct a water well, work with a water well system contractor or hydrogeologist to determine the best location for the well. Then use a qualified water well system contractor, who should be familiar with state and local well construction codes including those pertaining to separation distances from potential contamination sources. Regular well system maintenance: If you have an existing well, get an annual well system maintenance checkup to reduce risks to your water supply and prevent costly and inconvenient breakdowns. An inspection should check the well's: * Equipment to determine if it is sanitary and meets local codes Old Julian Drug Store , and Candy Mine ..... 2134 Main Street- (,760) 765 029,8 " V * Flow rate * Water level * Pump performance * Pressure tank * Pressure switch contacts. A clear, concise, written report should be provided following the checkup explaining the results and any recommendations for service. Also, every well owner should periodically check the well cover or cap, and the well casing above the ground to make sure they are in good shape. Water testing and treatment: One of a well owner's most important responsibilities is to regularly test the water. First, determine if your well is clean. A dirty well, for instance one with accumulated sediment or debris in the bottom, can create an environment suitable to bacterial growth and impair effective disinfection. A qualified water well system contractor can determine if your water well system needs cleaning. Next, well owners should test annually for bacteria, nitrates, and anything of local concern. The water should be tested more frequently if there is: * Any change in the water's taste, odor, or appearance * A problem such as a broken well cap or a new contamination source * A family member or houseguest who has recurrent incidents of gastrointestinal illness * A pregnant woman or infant living in the home ' * A dangerous contaminant shows up in your neighbors' water * A need to monitor the efficiency and performance of home water treatment eq uipment. Contaminants of local concern may include landfills, industrial sites, hazardous substance spills, or improper disposal of hazardous household wastes. Some naturally occurring contaminants, such as arsenic and radon, are area specific. To determine what might be of local concern, ask a qualified local water well system contractor or water treatment company, a certified water testing laboratory, or local health or environmental health officials. When seeking a qualified water testing lab, contact your state or local health department, or check the "Water Quality" section of NGWA's Web site, www.wellowner.org. Then click on "Water Testing." If local labs do not test for substances you wish to check, there are national water testing labs that may be able to help such as National Testing Labs (www.ntllabs.com) and Underwriters Laboratories (www.ul.com). Upon receiving test results, ask the lab if there are any contaminants that present a health risk-or check with the appropriate state or local agency involved in public health or water regulation. You also can check your test results against the U.S. EPA's maximum contaminant levels at http://www.epa.gov/ safewater/contaminants/index. html. Should any contaminants above levels of health concern remain after any necessary maintenance, well owners can talk to a qualified water well system contractor about options such as installing a new well, rehabilitating the well, or installing a water treatment technology to continued on page 5 Wednesday, March 18th - 8:00 AM JULIAN WOMAN'S CLUB Everyone is welcome to attend!