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March 18, 2015 The Julian News 3 Junior High Club Live Attends Leadership Conference ;ates Open 7 Days 7a,m. to Dark Office• M•F 9 to 4 closed Sat & St Eight Julian middle school students joined 8 other schools for Club Live's annual SPRING JAM leadership conference at Camp Fox, March 8 and 9. Club Live is part of the after school program held at the Junior High on Wednesday afternoons. Club Live strives "to build partnerships for positive and healthy youth development which engage youth as active leaders and resources in their communities." photo courtesy Dana Pettersen Out Of Present: The Box Players To Outrageous Fortune Exciting times, folks. We are in production for Outrageous Fortune - a 29 member cast (12 adults/17 youth) of Shakespeare's tragic characters in a self help group, battling their fatal flaws - a comedy that we have set in the 80's...think Pat Benatar, Whitesnake and neon leg warmers. We open April 17 and show 17,18,19,24,25,26. Fri and Sat are 7:30pm shows and Sunday matinees are 3pm. Doors open 1/2 hr before curtain. On the 17th they are featuring a special opening night dinner/ theatre package. 5:30pm wine/dinner/dessert at Hatfield Creek Winery (Ramona - on Hwy 78). and then to the theatre in time for our 7:30pm. showing of Outrageous Fortune. 20 dinner packages, only, were sold and the have SOLD OUT for this special packaging. So byi_poputar demand they have added one more - same event but new: also on Friday, April 24 - samedetails. Four have already been sold for the 24th - so 16 still remain. I Tickets for any of the shows or dinner theatre package tickets 24th only) can be purchased by calling the box office at 760-789-0856 or emailing outofboxplayers@aol.com or messaging us on Facebook: Facebook - Out of the Box Players website - outoftheboxplayers.blogspot.com email - outofboxplayers@aol.com Regular tickets remain priced at $5 each. We have cast members from Julian, Ramona, Poway, San Diego - a diverse and exciting cast of talented adults and youths. "Outrageous Fortune" by Rebecca Salomonsson, directed by Juliana Stewart, Produced by Out of the Box Players: Three Steps to Protect Your Pets (SPM Wire) Your pet is part of prepare .for disasters. Whether the family. So when it comes to you're at home or on the road, disaster preparedness, keeping these skills can save lives. pets safe should enter into the - Depending on the type of equation, emergency situation you!re faced Here are three simple ways with, your home may become an pet owners can prepare for unsafe place to stay. Evacuation emergencies and preventplans should include pets. Know accidents: in advance if you have friends • The .American Red Cross or family with whom you and recommends taking a Pet First your pet can stay. If that's not Aid Class to learn such basics as possible, keep a list of boarding how toadministermedicine, treat facilities or hotels that accept wounds, care for injuries and continued on page ] 4 Juliah Arts Guild Free Watercolor Painting At 6:00pm on Tuesday, March 24th, talented artist Linda A. Doll will give a free demonstration of her watercolor painting techniques in the Community Room at the Julian Library• Linda Doll is a good humored, energetic instructor who stresses the importance of making personal design decisions at each stage of the painting. She has developed a unique and effective teaching style which stimulates optimism, enthusiasm, confidence and creative excitement within her students. Using her skills as a painter, digital photographer and graphic artist, she has taught workshops and seminars throughout the world• "People and still life subjects that hint at the person just outside the picture plane'! are Linda's favorite painting subjects. She portrays them without flattery or glamour in an aura of quietude, stressing their dignity and individuality. She combines areas of flat color with highly skilled composition and design to create an attitude of introspection when depicting her subjects. This free demonstration is hosted by the Julian Arts Guild. We hope you will join us on March 24th as Linda Doll demonstrates her approach to watercolor painting. Another Quilt Block On The Trail pictured; Kaily Ennis, Mindy Mojado- Stoneburner, Donn Bree, Gina Norte The folks at Red Hawk Realty were excited to get our completed quilt blocklast week! They think it came out awesome! Thank you to Nancy Weber and the Julian Backcountry Quilt Trail! Red Hawk Realty is honored to be part of such a unique, wonderfu.I community project! Identity Theft 1. Do not sign the back of your your SS# printed on your checks. credit cards. Instead, put"PHOTO You can add it if it is necessary. ID REQUIRED.", or CID. But if you have it printed, anyone 2. When you are writing can get it. checks to pay on your credit 4. Place the contents of your card Accounts, DO NOT put the wallet on a photocopy machine. complete account number on Copy both sides of each license, the "For" line. Instead, just put credit card, etc. You will know the last four numbers. The credit what you had in your wallet card company knows the rest and all of the account numbers of the number, and anyone who and phone numbers to call• and might be handling yQur check as cancel. Keep the photocopy it passes through all the check in a safe place. Also carry a processing channels won't have photocopy of your. passport when access to it. You can also leave traveling either here Or abroad. the number off completely if you 5. We have been told we include the preprinted slip with should cancel our credit cards your payment, immediately• But the key is 3. Put your work phone # on having the toll free numbers and your checks instead of your your card numbers handy so you home phone. Even better, dQn't know whom to call: Keep those print any phone number on your where you can find them. checks. Write your number on 6, File a police report the check during the transaction, immediately in the jurisdiction If you have a PO Box use that where your •credit cards, etc., instead of your home address. If were stolen. This proves to credit you do not have a PO Box, use providers you were diligent, your work address. Never have continued on page 14 "Serving the Community of Julian" GATED, SECURE STORAGE SITES -- FULLY ENCLOSED YARD INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS SITE FOR MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT STORAGE Outside Storage - Trailers, Boats, Cars, RV's Unit Sizes - 5x10, 10x10± 10x15, 1Qx20, 10x30 3582 Highway 78 at Newman Way Fax 765-2797 CABINETRY : FRAMING I amDlinal ROOFING" HOME REPAIRSI s 6Ns ARTWORK I Service--" ..., i !. I ~ Total Coliforms and [ I --~ r~ m ~ ~ E.Coli Bacteria [ Genera! Mjneral, and I • " 00~ ~ " ~enera~ vnysical I u~ .= vnyslcal I I ~ ~ ~ ~Inorgamc and OrganicChe I I" C= , Volatile organics~ I I~ ~ ~, ;Herbicides, Pesticides I ORaE 7es 144SI Grading & Demolition Bruce Strachota Grading, Demolition, Underground Utilities, Dump Truck, [xcavation, Loader, Bobcat Rental, Rock & Base cell: 619-,972-0152 'Electrical Drywall Concrete Handyman Service Brush yirewood Brian Denny 760/765-1337 .T~ Big, ForYou? ,, I00 bmall I-or/nemf 760/212-4954(c) Too Fun For Me! All Your.Tree Service Needs Commercial "Robert "Bob" Stuart July 1, 1935 -- March 9, 2015 Bob Stuart, loved this little town...he called it home for 45 plus years. He was not born here but in Leslie, Michigan, mostly raised there, went to University of •Michigan. Lived for a time in Germany and Australia before landing a job in San Diego in 1968 with the County of San Diego• The first time he visited Julian he was hooked and knew this was home and where he wanted his kids to grow up and spend the rest of his life. He was most proud in his professional life when he served as assistant to the then county Supervisor George Bailey. He loved serving the community so'much and helped so many people get connected to the right channels to get things done when dealing with the county AND did it with humor and gentle wisdom. During that time he helped to start Jess Martin Park and the building of the current post office among so many other things. People have always come up to me all of my life to tell me how much they liked my Dad and really meant it...some would look deep into my eyes others squeezing my hand tightly so that I understood they were speaking from the heart.'He was a man unafraid to express emotion and found it a strength to talk deeply about any issue and how it made one feeL.kind tothe core. He was one of my best friends and I could talk to him about anything and did. I will miss that the most along with the laughter that occurred always .... He loved humor • He was a husband to Lorna and current wife Linda. He was a father to myself, Lani and stepfather to sister Dawn and brothers Terry and Tracy King and Daniel and Michael Gemeroy. A grandfather to my daughter Avah and son Alex...his only sister Sharon lives in Florida... as well as other extended family he will be missed by us all. He had been dealing with several ailments these past years but Parkinson's disease was the final thing to deal with ... he spent his last month at home where he passed peacefully in his sleep on Monday, March 9. Please join us if you would like to honor his life and remember him in a simple time sPent with friends on Friday, March 27 at 6pm at the Julian Town Hall (upstairs)