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March 21, 2012 The Julian News 3 Julian Youth Basketball Closes Season by Theresa Gregor A bit of "March Madness" swept through Julian with the 3rd Annual Julian Youth Basketball "Spaghetti Shootout" held at the High School on March 9th! Thanks to generous donations from Chef Jeremy Manley from Jeremy's on the Hill), Chef Charles from The Candied Apple, Sons of the American Legion, Dan's Market, and Albertson's, the League raised nearly $1400! All the spaghetti and delicious basketball shortbread cookies sold out to over 70 guests before the dinner service ended, The League gratefully thanks its sponsors and all of the wonderful parents that brought their children to the evenfl At the Shoot-Out parents, youth, and community members enjoyed a great night of "hoops" to help celebrate another season of basketball Forty-six participants from kindergarten to adults registered for the competition with prizes awarded to the "best shooter" in four divisions. The K-2nd grade Division winner was Jacob Moniz (13 baskets made in 1 minute) with runner-up Brady White; the 3rd-5th grade Division winner was Shane Cranfield (13 baskets made in 1 minute) with runner-up Roman Sanders; the 1 Jacob Moniz 6th-8th grade Division winner was Savannah Brehm (12 baskets made in 1 minute)with runner- ups Cody Richards (11 hoops) and Emy Gregor (9 hoops); and for the adult-high school division .the winner was none other than JUHS Boys Basketball Coach Ryan Cross (13 baskets made in 1 minute) with runner up Mark Lozano from Warner Springs. Each winner received a gift card to Big 5 in Ramona. Saturday, March 17, 2012 was the final day of the season. However, the league will host an Open Gym for Adult Play on Saturdays from 7am-9am beginning March 24 and ending April 14th. ['he League invites all adults and high school students (must have parents sign Waiver of Liability) and asks for a donatipn of $3-$5 to play each week. All proceeds support the facility and insurance costs. If you are interested in playing just show up in the morning ready to have some fun exercising and playing the wonderful game of basketball. ouR bank Local E perience 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 WE-8690A Special Offer - Save IJ to $410" License #945348 W41,1gi Acce Here b -- Saturday 9 am - 6 pm 9 n-Spm New at Jack's Wood Smoked Spedalty Meats, Ha d ade sausages by Oris Ooze say, "hi" to the Corvette oys. ,gee what things they're doing to the eat department. /H/'he Pe// - Yr/ tip saHdw/ehes by Pe #e oH Fr/day's Lots of NEW #lvtemFree Items Every Pay L" a,I . y Cleaning Service in by Tuesday, Back by Frid Phone in Your Meat and Dell Orders - No Waiting with this ~l~es 3/~-6/~- 290 - Washington Street Mon-Fri 8:31 to Sat 9:00 to 5:00 iOto4 Savannah Brehm After three years of serwce to the League, I will be stepping down as League President. Please consider joining our Basketball Board to help continue to instill the skills and joys of playing basketball Jn our youth. Contact me at theresagregor@yahoo. cam to learn more about the open positions on the Board. Please join me in thanking all of the individuals who made this year successful: Leslie Baay, Rebecca Skibinski, Nicolle Shepphard, Jennifer Wylie, staff at Julian Elemetnary and High School, Feiicia Hil., Dink Gregor, our Coaches, our Referees, and our Community Sponsors--- your hardwork and commitment to the game of basketball made everything possible! Photos courtesy of Felicia Hill We opened our doors with a vision and a small business loan. Since then, we've expanded twice, started an online business and weathered the recession. Our bank was with us every step of the way. ouR bank is Robobank. Business checking free of monthly fees for six months First order of business checks free or $100 credit (whichever is less) $250 discount on processing fee for small business term loan or line of credit JULIAN 2033 Main Street (760) 765-2765 Rabobank. N.A. Member FDIC www.rabobankamerica.com Savings calculated over first six months, actual savings may'vary. Offer ends APril 13 2012. Taste Of Julian, April 14 - 1 pm To 5 pm - Get You Ticket Soon! and Witch Creek Winery. The restaurants/bakeries include: Bailey Barbecue, Wynola Pizza Express, Julian Pie Company, Julian Tea and Cottage Arts, Apple Alley& Bakery, Fajita Grill, Candied The TASTE OF JULIAN, a that you have never had the Julian Merchant Associationchance to visit. event, is not just for Julian's The wineries and breweries visitors to enjoy. It is for everyone participating are: Country who enjoys good food and Cellars, Menghini Winery, J. libation. It is your opportunity Jenkins Winery, Julian Hard to visit restaurants and wineries Cider, Julian Brewing Company JAG Artist Of The Month The Work Of Mary Walker On Display In The Library Mary's paintings focus on two areas very near and dear to her heart. The first is her children and grandson, and the second is nature. The paintings of her children explore familial relationships and are taken from favorite photographs. Her landscapes are meant to convey the magnificent beauty of the mountains in and around Julian. Every painting has layers of meaning, spiritual as well as concrete. The Artist of the Month at Julian Library for March is Mary Walker. Born in Sag Paolo, Brazil, Mary Walker spent the majority of her childhood living in Mexico. Her family moved to San Diego when she was 16 upon her father's retirement from the Foreign Service. She has lived in Julian and/or Ramona since 1989. Mary graduated cum laude from Ca State San Marcos with degrees in Spanish and Liberal Studies in 1994. She received her teaching credentials a year later and began teaching the summer she turned 40. Mary has been a high school special education teacher for the past 16 years. Her study of art began in 2006, after the death of immensely talented her son Danny, who was her inspiration for the journey into art. With no self-perceived natural talent, jumping into painting classes was intimidating but Mary was determined to learn to see the world around her with an artist's eye and, someday, to paint her children's portraits. She persevered through seven semesters of Palomar College watercolor and acrylic painting classes taught by her ever- patient teacher, Helen Shafer- Garcia. She also took several classes with Carol navy. Two drawing classes also helped Mary recognize her potential. Apple Pastry Company, Buffalo Bill's, Mom Pie House (both locations: on Main Street and in Wynola), Julian Grille & Jeremy's on the Hill, Not only will you be able to enjoy good food and drink, but you will be able to meet Julian's fabulous Artists who will be at each location displaying their original artwork. The art displays will be made possible by members of the Julian Art Guild. Tickets are limited and cost $20 and can be purchased on- line at www.julianmerchants.org through Paypal or in town at the Julian Chamber of Commerce Office, Julian Tea & Cottage Arts, at Bailey Barbecue or at Menghini Winery, and also at Wynola Pizza Express in Wynola before the event. Tickets may be purchased the day of the event at the Town Hall for $25 if there are tickets left. On April 14th participants will pick up colored wristbands to easily identify them along with a map of participating restaurants/ wineries upon check-in at Julian's Town Hall. The self- guided tour allows participants to visit participating restaurants & wineries at their own pace; in any order they choose within the specified time frame and enjoy the unique atmosphere each restaurant and winery has to offer. There will be a chance to win a $25 gift certificate to the Julian Restaurant of your choice if a taster fills out the survey at the end of the tour and puts it in the survey box at the Town Hall. Free parking will be avaiJable at the Catholic Church parking lot on 4th Street if you mention you are participating in the Taste of Julian. Taste of Julian is a fundraiser to benefit the community through the Julian Merchants Association, a non-profit association. For more information call Diana Garrett:q60-765-3647.