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March 16, 2011 The Julian News 15 Dennis Frieden Owner/Broker Broker Since 1983 Jane Brown-Darch6 Broker/Associate 21 Years Experience Debora Ketch Realtor/RMS Stunning Panoramic Views, 3 BR, 3 BA, log home, completely furnished with guest cabin and horse facilities. A great opportunity! $1,495,000 a creek, artesian water water supply well for back up. 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath mobile home with attached Jacuzzi room and large deck overlooking the larger pond. There are many outbuildings, cabins, and a large barn with a bunk-house. A must see property! $1,395,000 www.JulianRealty.com 760-765-0818 __ ..... . 16lth Panoramic Views I $1,395,000 ] Charming Mountain Cottage on 39.10 Pristine Acres and only halfa mile from town. Home has 1494 sq. ft. with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. A must see Julian Property! $-799;o00 $729,000 "Arc in 'The Pines" home designed by Wallace E. Cunningham with MANY unique amenities. Located on two legal parcels of 4.21 acres in Pine Hills with numerous lilacs, roses and fruit trees. A Must See! ..... $695,000 1361 Leon Ln Custom home on 9.86 Acres with views to Salton Sea. 4 stall horse barn with corrals, large detached workshop. Vinyl siding, cus- tom oak cabinets, woodstove, well, many trees,: Very secluded. " $679,000 4584 Luneta Drive DeSigned as a Bed and Breakfast, each 4 Bedrooms has a Full Bath and Walk-In Closet. Built in 2009 with Bamboo Floors, Granite tile kitchen counter tops, Ash open =_loft area with handcrafted iine railing. $650,000 2 BR, 2.5 Bath, 2,060 sq. ft. Home on 2.5 Acres built in 1995. This cedar home with a 210 degree view from Lake Cuyamaca to Downtown San Diego and the coast includes a 650 sq.ft, deck and many dual- pane windows. There is also a 885 sq. ft. garage/workshop and many more special features. $529,000 34724 Yuma Rd. Custom home with stunning views of Lake Cuyamaca. 3 Bedroom, 3 Bath, on .31 Acres with a separate entry 570 sq.ft. studio. Stucco design with sprinkler system. Beautiful mature oaks and fruit trees. $423,200 Beautiful, secluded property. 3 Bedroom, 2 1A Bath, 2,628 sq. ft. home on 4.68 acres With I a 2-car detached garage adjacent to J Anza Borrego State Park. Many amenities J throughout. I $395,000 ] 4669 Pine Ridge Ave. 5.5 Acres in Pine Hills with views ofj Cuyamaca peaks. Very secluded. Water j Meter is in. Great opportunity to build your I dream home. ] $230,000 ] 3153 Williams Ranch Road- Wynola Area High Yield Well, Septic Layout $278,000 Make Julian Realty your first stop for Homeand Land in the Beautiful San Diego Back Country Located Next to the Town Hall at 2127 Main Street Chef's Corner continued from page 6 or delete the ingredients listed as desired You also can use a can of creamy soup, other types of fresh, canned or frozen vegetables, or add in or serve the stew over cooked rice or pasta, if desired. 2 pounds beef or pork roast, cut into 1-inch cubes; or 3 pounds of chicken, cut into serving pieces; or 2 pounds ground meat (beef, chicken or turkey), browned and drained 1 can (14.5 ounces) diced or stewed tomatoes, or 2 large tomatoes, diced 1 can (10 1/2 oz) condensed beef or broth, undiluted or 1 1/2 cups water 1 1/2 cups frozen whole- kernel corn, thawed, or canned corn or canned beans (black, pinto, black- eyed peas, etc.), rinsed and drained 3 medium carrots, cut into 1/2-inch slices, or 1 1/2 cups frozen mixed vegetables, thawed, or canned mixed vegetables 2 large potatoes, scrubbed and cut into quarters 1 medium onion, cut in quarters, then sliced 2 garlic cloves, crushed, peeled and minced 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning (or 1.4 teaspoon each of dried oregano, thyme, rosemary, or any combination of the dried herbs) 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon ground black pepper 1/4 cayenne pepper 2 tablespoons flour 3 tablespoons hot water 1. Combine meat with tomatoes, broth or water, corn or beans, carrots or mixed vegetables, potatoes, onion, garlic, Italian seasoning or dried herbs, salt, black pepper and cayenne pepper. Cook, in a slow cooker, covered, on HIGH setting 3 to 4 hours, or until meat is tender. 2. Stir together flour and water. Stir flour mixture into stew mixture and cook on HIGH setting 1 hour or until thickened. 3. Pre-heat oven to 350 F. Using a large roasting pan or Dutch oven, combine all the ingredients together except the flour and the 3 tablespoons of the water. Cover tightly with aluminum foil and/or a pot lid. Bake without removing the foil or lid for 3 hours. Serves 6. (Tips courtesy of the MSU Extension office of Kalamazoo County.) Angela Shelf Medearis is known as The Kitchen Diva t. She's the executive producer and host of "The Kitchen Diva!" cooking show on Hulu.com. Medearis is an award- winning children's author, culinary historian and the author of seven cookbooks, including "The New African-American Kitchen" and her new cookbook, "The Kitchen Diva Cooks!" Visit her website at www. divapro.com (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc. Julian Little League Well thanks to all who have signed up, it's your dedication to the league that helps keep us playing year after year. Here are some upcoming dates for this 2011 season. Our Annual Cake Auction and Cap Night will be Thursday March 24th at the Julian Elementary School Multi-Purpose Room @ 6:00PM. Practices will begin the.week of March 21st at the discretion of your Managers. We will open our 2011 season on the 9th of April at Jess Martin Park, we will also have pictures that same day, games TBD so check the website www.eteamz.com/ julianyouthbaseball or Facebook (Julian Youth Baseball) for continued updates. Julian Youth Baseball needs your help, we have teams this year and no one stepping up to coach or manage. We are looking at possibly three teams in Tee Ball our 4-6 year olds, two teams in the Minor Division our 7-8 year olds, and it looks like we will have three teams this year in the Major Division our 9-12 year olds. Our Jr. Division was a bumpy ride but with the help of Rebecca Skibinski, Justin Anderson and Mason Baay we have signed enough players to head out to the fields and play some ball. I want to thank Clint Linton and Shot Linton for their help in coaching these kids year after year. With that being said we still need your help, I have possibly two coaches for Tee Ball, one possible for Minor and one definite for Majors. You have paid the money for your child to play and they need your help with coaching as well, Julian Youth Baseball provides an infrastructure for your children but unfortunately we do not have a staff of coaches. I personally have stepped up year after year to coach with or without a child in that division, because I love being a part these kids playing baseball and enjoy watching them advance in their skills each year. However, I cannot keep coaching, being an Umpire and President. I am stretched to thin, and to develop our program and league I personally feel I need to focus on two areas this year Head Umpire and President, so if we do not get coaches and managers these kids will not play. Last year was the first year in many that we traveled again, boosting the competiveness of not only our Jr. Division but the Majors as well, and to keep this moving forward we need your help so the board can focus on expanding our game with other. leagues and providing more competition for your kids. As we round the corner to opening day the board still needs your help, we need a Concessions Director, Vice President, Coaching Coordinator and Auxiliary Board member. I think it was Henry Ford who once said that I would rather have 1% effort of 100 people than 100% effort from one person. He knew the value of the efforts of people collectively putting forth a little effort to accomplish a greater goal. This is why we need your help. I cannot wait to see you all on the fields this year and I look forward to working with you all year after year. Tom Skibinki, President