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Contact Shirley DuErmit- Certified Prime-Time Health Coach Phone number: 760-4 73-31 4 Website-julianhealthcoach.com Email-Shirley@j ulianhealthcoach.com or julianheathnut@gmail.com Every Wednesday morning Now Available Cert(fied Animal Adfltsting 11, A Day to Enjoy Julian's Delicious Delights. Do you eat at the same restaurant every time you eat ,out here in Julian? Here is you opportunity to sample local specialties from 20 of the finest establishments in and around Julian at the 7th Annual Taste of Julian on Saturday, April 11th from 1 pm to 5 pm. "Taste of Julian" is a self -guided culinary & libation tour to explore the one- of-a-kind unique restaurants & wineries/breweries throughout Julian and its surrounding area. Tickets are $20 per person and will be available at the Chamber Office prior to, as well as the day of the event• The price for locals will be discounted at the Julian Chamber-of Commerce office only-- 2 tickets for $30. The day of the event tickets will be $25 apiece• Tickets are also available on Pay Pal on www.julianmerchants.org and at Menghini Winery• Participants will pick up colored wristbands to easily identify them, along with a map of participating restaurants/wineries upon check- in on Town Hall porch on April 11th. The self-guided tour allows participants to visit participating restaurants, breweries and wineries at their own pace, in any order they choose within the specified time frame, and enjoy the unique atmosphere each restaurant or winery/ brewery has to offer• They will also enjoy the viewing many of the talented artist's creations at selected locations courtesy of the Julian & Borrego Art Guilds. Parking will be free in the Catholic Church's parking lot on 4th Street across from the Birdwatcher. Just mention that you are attending the Taste of Julian and they will let you in free• Back again this year is the Wright Trammel Transportation Shuttle Service. You can ride around to the various locations in a van for a minimal fee. The vans will be parked on Washington Street across from the Town Hall. The locations participating so far are: Apple Alley Bakery, Buffalo Bill's, Candied Apple Pastry & Creperie, Granny's Kitchen, J. Jenkins Winery, Jeremy's on the Hill, Julian Candy Basket, Julian Grille, Julian Hard Cider, Julian Pie Company-Julian, Julian Tea and Cottage Arts, Lake Cuyamaca Restaurant, Menghini Winery, Miner's Diner, Mom's Pie Company-Julian & Wynola, Nickel Beer Company, Orfila Winery, Poncho Villa's, Witch Creek Winery, & Wynola Flats Produce• The Taste of Julian is a fundraiser to benefit the Julian Chamber of Commerce and proceeds enhance, promote and protect this historic district• Out on a Limb by Gary Kopervas tr.c,ag s I:f 1 ~f te..c.ugc->~ WHN'r l ~ "~mv!,' ~" The Julian News 5 by Michele What A Week Harvey I spent 3 days at the El Cajon courthouse this past week. No, I'm not in trouble• I needed to get some legal issues formalized. Going into a courthouse can betricky if you don't know the proper timing• Get there after 2 pm and you may not get anything done because the offices seem to quit seeing new people by3 or 3:30 depending on which office you need to visit• Some of those new people have been waiting for hours• Trying to get into the Facilitators office requires perfect timing, unless you have a domestic violence issue• rm glad that I can say that they take domestic violence issues so serious that a person who is dealing with domestic violence can walk into the Facilitator's office and get immediate help, or at least be the next in line• If you want to see a Facilitator, you have to be at the front door of the courthouse when it opens at 7 AM, and then take the elevator to the right floor• Walk down the hall toward the big windows and turn right. Then you turn right again once you pass the soda machine. Or was that the other office for that other problem? Anyway, the first five people to get to the Facilitators office soon after 7 AM, get on the list to be seen soon after 11:30• Lots of people who work at the courthouse want to help, but there are so few employees to help so many people that when they try to help by sending a person to a different office, they often don't guess the correct office• One day, I was directed to go to 4 different offices before I get to the right one. Not all people who go to the courthouse have committed crimes. Some are there for jury duty. Others, like me, needed to get the proper paperwork filled in, signed and filed• The business office has a separate room for people who need to sort out traffic problems• I'd like to stand at the head of the line one day just to hear all of the explanations in that line. The signs say • Traffic and DUIs to the left, attorneys to the middle and all Family Law problems to the right• Take a number, and please don't disturb the clerks• Sometimes people disagree so much about something that they have to get legal solutions• I met a lady whose neighbor kept stealing laundry in their apartment complex• The woman I talked with was trying to find a way to get her laundry back. Also, the laundry thief had 2 large children who bullied the smaller children in the complex• That was a separate issue that had to be dealt with. More offices and more paperwork that took lots more hours which meant this woman lost hours to earn money• Her apartment manager was sympathetic, but the building owner gave her a notice to vacate the premises. It sounded to me like a discrimination suit was in the making• One day, a few years ago, I sat in a court room listening to divorce hearings• In court these are called interlocutory hearings. One man complained to the judge because in their divorce agreement his •wife was given the broom and the (clothes) iron. This is a person who is truly petty. Another man who was apparently arrested fbr being violent complained to the judge because his divorce agreement specified that he couldn't own or use any guns. He complained fiercely because he planned to move to Montana so he could buy and run a hunting lodge• The judge was apparently preventing him from beginning his new life. I thought the judge should have been thanked for that decision. One day, also years ago, I sat in a criminal court• While she sat on the bench, Judge Salcedo was always worth watching. She was a bit like TV's Judge Judy. People who tried to fool her didn't get sympathy from her• She loved the Chargers and displayed Charger posters on her courtroom walls• I was told that word got around the county that if you wore a Chargers hat in her courtroom, she might give you a little leeway. Men who went overboard by wearing a hat, a jersey and perhaps shoes in Charger colors all at the same time, were not granted favors• I once heard her ask a man who was totally decked out in Charger colors if he was trying to get on her good side so she would give him a lighter sentence• It didn't go well for him. Another man, same courtroom• He was returning after being given 3 months to go to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and sign up for Domestic Violence classes• She didn't expect him to attend classes in that time, but she still felt that he had ample time to sign up, which he hadn't bothered to do• The afternoon was moving along and this particular man complained that he was going to be late to work, and could lose his job• The judge asked what kind of job he had where he needed to be there by 5 PM• He worked in a bar, though he was court ordered not to work where liquor was sold. Judge Salcedo told him that he didn't need to worry about getting to work on time• She sent him to jail instead• My experiences with my own issues that require time at court buildings tel•l me that the simplest problems take a lot of time because so few people work in the courts• The variety of issues that people bring to court are beyond my imagination. Every problem has its own details and no matter why you need to walk into a court •building, getting anything actually accomplished may take hours or days. You may not get any satisfaction at all if your problem is too far from normal• Be prepared• Wear comfortable clothing and take something to read or take someone to talk with. It will make your time sitting on hard wood benches a bit more are my thoughts• tolerable. These (NAPSA)-A groundbreaking restaurant guide offers recommendations from the true experts: the world's top chefs• • Where Chefs Eat 2015: A Guide to Chefs' Favorite Restaurants, the newly revised and updated global restaurant guidebook, features more than 3,250 restaurants in over 70 countries chosen by 600 of the world's best chefs• Such hot chefs as Daniel Boulud, David Chang, Marcus Samuelsson and Yotam Ottolenghi reveal their favorite eateries including humble holes- in-the-wall, high-end destination restaurants, late night haunts and memorable breakfasts• The ultimate insider's guide is brimming with recommendations, continued on page l O gocaf T_~erience Since 1988 * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection "ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 License #945348 WE-8690A An Italian Version Of Julian? " r t For more details, visit www.sandiegofiddler.org camping information, registration, and rules available on website On Friday evening (May 29) at the Julian Town Hall, Martha Wild, San Diego's contra queen, will call dances at the first-annual Julian Jam Boree - a welcoming event for the contest. Join us on Saturday/May 30, 2015 at the Julian Town Hall for the 2015 Julian Fiddle & Pickin' Contest. California State Old Time Fiddlers As~ District 7 that. Fresh strawberries are for sale all over. Italian strawberries, of course, aren't ripe now in the middle of March and in any case not enough are grown in Nemi to supply tourists' desires for same, so they are imported from elsewhere, mainly North Africa. Perhaps that rings a familiar bell in Julian... Nemi is a small, old Italian village plastered against a mountainside above Rome, a tourist getaway destination from Rome which, on a clear day, is visible in the far distance• Cobblestone streets lead to an ancient castle; the buildings hanging out over the cliff used to have outhouses on the balconies. These have, to the relief of many, been remodeled with modern bathrooms placed inside and one is an outstanding restaurant• We sat by a small window with a big view and ate mushrooms over polenta, shaved truffles over all and accompanied by a great glass of red wine• In the square, such as it is--again plastered on the edge of the cliff--an odd statue of a strange woman has appeared since Anka's last visit• There isn't a clue as to why this semi-nude lass holding a peacock crested snake to her bosom and with frog, other animals, and fish flopping around her should preside over the townlet. A "salami" shop was festooned with wonderful loops of dried and flavored meats. Still on a truffle kick we tried (and subsequently bought) a 'truffle salami' made right there, probably the best salami we've ever tasted• Nemi is famous for strawberries, grown in•small fields near the volcanic lake wa-a-a-ay down the cliff and there are strawberry jams, tarts, and cakes for sale. There are strawberry fridge magnets, strawberry themed cups and saucers, strawberry this and strawberry