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March 16, 2011 Mobile banking owered by the sun Unleash the freedom of mobile banking with a solar charger for your mobile phone. It's free when you open a personal checking account at Rabobank along with mobile and online banking with eStatements. Your charger doubles as a solar LED lamp- perfect for the great outdoors. Solar powered universal charger for your mobile devices JULIAN 2033 Main Street (760) 765-2765 Rabobank Rabobenk, N.A. Member FDIC www.rabobankamerica.com *Offer applies to Personal Checking, Personal Interest Checking, Senior Checking and Sole Proprietor Checking only and ends April 22, 2011. $100 minimum opening deposit required. Must enroll in personal online banking with eStatements and mobile banking to receive solar charger. Mobile phone and dock not included. Please allow three to four weeks for delivery. Offer for California residents only. Julian Community Supports Volcan Mountain Fundraiser Julian merchants and the backcountry business community are stepping up to support the upcoming Volcan Mountain Foundation (VMF) fundraiser. Services and products ranging from art, dining, entertainment, horseback riding, golf outings, and salon & spa care representing many area businesses will be offered at VMF's 22nd Annual Dinner Dance & Auction on Sunday, March 20th at Camp Stevens. Long recognized as a premier community fundraiser and social gathering, this year's event will benefit from the generous outpouring of donations. Gift certificates from Romano's Italian Restaurant, Soups and Such Cafe, The Julian Grille and Wynola Pizza Express will provide a variety of local dining options. Lavish gifts of beautifully- arranged baskets filled with products from E. Barrett & Company, Julian Tea & Cottage Arts, and the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians will adorn the auction tables. The Wandering Sage, an outstanding imported fashion and apparel store, has presented our guests with an opportunity to walk away with a gorgeous South American, hand-made knit coat. More wearable art will be offered by Julian Weaving Works and Ken & Carol Schloo-Wright. Many local artists and the Julian Art Gallery will present a wonderful array of visual art. Performances from Mountain Tribal Gypsy and local rock band, 'Bad Landing' are up for bid and would make a unique addition to your next party or event.. You can get out and experience our amazing backcountry with offerings from Julian-based '1, A San Diego Horse Outreach Center, Julian Stables, Main Street Carriage Company, Sky Sailing in Warner Springs, and golf at The Springs at Borrego and Borrego Springs Resort. From Ramona, Kirk's Bike Shop and Ransom Brothers also lend their support with valuable gift certificates. Wine lovers will appreciate offerings from Wiens Family Cellars in Temecula and a gold-medal winning Cabernet Sauvignon from Sonoma Valley's Siesta Ranch under our own Volcan Label that will be the last available case of the legendary 2007 vintage up for bid, donated by Gene & Martha Myers. Pope Tree Service is a stalwart VMF auction supporter whose owner, Chris, cuts a fine rug during the dancing portion of Volcan's bash each year, has once again generously donated a gift of his professional tree care services. Julian Book House has more 'Book Bucks' up for bid to fill out your library. Masseuses, Regina Aguilera of Native Touch Healing Arts, Paddy Jacobsen and Karen Faught of Sunset Massage, plus Brian Denny of Julian Chiropractic will each be taking the pain out of the back- breaking snow removal we have all been experiencing this winter. The ladies at China Blue Salon & Day Spa in Ramona have offered a wonderful package that will complete your mind, body & soul revitalization. Back door tours of The California Wolf Center, Olaf Wieghorst Museum, The San Diego Air and Space Museum and as well as the Del Mar Race Track with hosts and race- horse owners, Keith & Priscilla Webb, are on the long list of experiences put together for this exciting event. Reservations are still available at $75 per person. Please contact the VMF office right away at 760-765-2300 and make your plans to join the festivities and support the preservation efforts for Volcan Mountain. Contact: (760)765-2300 Colleen Bradley-Kaltenthaler Colleen@VolcanMt.org Post Office Box 1625 Julian, CA 92036 Annual Talent Show by Tori Beardshear, Secretary of the sophomore class at Julian High School The Talent Show is right around the cornefi This year the sophomore class of 2013 is presenting the Talent Show on April 27th! On Monday the 14th of March we will be begining practice for everyone that wants to show off their talent. We will be admitting ALL ages this year so i hope too see everyone there! Practice will be every Monday until the Talent Show! Quilting Tradition Continues Some people say it has been 20 years, some say 30. I haven't been able to find out the true start date but the tradition of having a Julian Quilt Show every year is continuing. In late January, a group of women from the Julian Women's Club met at Eleanor Burns house to plan the event and the opportunity quilt that is presented each year. The proceeds form the raffle tickets are used for various projects including scholarships for the young people of Julian. Eleanor is a local resident, member of the Julian Women's Club and is the owner of Quilt in a Day. Eleanor and her business is well know through the United States and abroad for her unique way of .making quilting patterns easier and fun. The quilting group includes Eleanor Burns, Mary Ellen Thilken, Maureen Brantley, Diana Garrett, Joni Hildreth, Jo Larsen, Jan Mattias, Barbara Mitchell, Merleen O'Connor Ottaviano, Norma Quirk, Merry Jo Rembold, and Janet Bragdon. This year the theme of the quilt show is Mountain Celebration. With that in mind, the pattern selected was Delectable Mountains by Eleanor Burns. The group pieced the quilt at the next session using a new line of fabric from Eleanor and finished it up at the next. Merry Jo performed her magic in the wonderful detailed stitching on the quilt using her skills as a professional long-arm quilter. The Julian Women's Club Quilt Show is scheduled to open on Friday June 24 and close the evening of the July 4th. Hours are from 10:00 to 4:00 each day. The opportunity quilt will be on view every day for all to see and purchase tickets for a drawing that will take place on the 4th of July. Tickets will be $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00. In the past, the quilts have been won by people from the local area as well as all over the United States and abroad. Last year's winner was from Hazel Green, Kentucky. Also at the show will be a Country Store which displays and sells various hand made items with all proceeds going to the Club's various projects. A new addition this year is a "For Sale" corner which will display quilts and other quilting items made by the members of the Julian Women's Club that are for sale. All items are completely hand made. A portion of each sale will go to the Women's Club projects with the rest going to the quilter so they can make more. True quilters always want to make another quilt. In addition to the Quilt Show, The Julian News 3 POPE TREE SERVICE All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial E Acce BlIB, WZNll & BPI]LTTII More New items from Albert's Organics and United Natural Foods Hormone Free Beef Check out our Doll Specials P Dry Cleaning Service in by Tuesday, Back by Friday Price List in the store - Service through Ramona Cleaners 2117 Main Btreet Monday -- flsLtdsy 9 saz - 6 pm Sunday 9 a.,,, - 5 pm 760 765 820O NOW OPEN ! Quality Finds, Affordable Prices * Clothing, Home Decor, Jewelry -f- Consignment * Daily discounts -- Located in Wynola Farms Marketplace JULIAN UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION On April 21st (or any day after) - 2:30 pm Requirements for Kindergarten enrot[ment: 1. Child must be Five (5) years old on or before December 2, 2011 Parent/Guardians must present proof of birth, such as; Birth Certificate or Baptismal Record at the time of registration 2. Parents/Guardians must provide proof of residency, such as Utitity bill, Rental receipt, etc. at the time of registration. 3. State Law requires that the following records be presented at the time of registration: A. Polio - 4 doses, but 3 doses are enough if at least one was given after the childs 2 nd birthday. B. DPT/DtaP/DT/Td- 4 or more doses, but one more dose is needed if the last dose was given before the chitds 2 nd birthday. C. kR - 2 doses D. Hepatitis - 3 doses FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 760 765 0661 the Julian Women's Club is presenting two days of shows put on by Eleanor Burns. If you have not seen one in the past, they are full of fun, laughs and instruction in the quilting world. Look for the flyers that will be soon displayed throughout town and get your reservations early as the tickets go fast. The shows will be on Friday, June 24 at 10:00 and 1:30 and also on Saturday at 10:00 and 1:30. Last year there was a sell out so Eleanor has graciously added a second day for this year. Diana Garrett is handling this event for the club. Please look in your closets for those quilts you have inherited and enter them in the quilt show. We love the old quilts from the past. Or, if you are a quilter, please enter you new ones. Please contact Janet Bragd, on at 760-765-4651 or e-mail at janetbragdon@yahoo.com for information.