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March 21, 2012 The Julian News 9 I We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entrance off "C' Street ORNER @ WWW. roper TREET P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 CHARMING 3 BEDROOM home with garage and bonus room. Nice views of Volcan Mountian, lovely mature oaks, located on a quiet street in Kentwood. $315,000 Especially nice custom 4 bed/3 bath home in the historic village of Julian. Located on a choice 2/3 acre site on the edge of town within walking distance of everything! Built in 2007, 2361 sq ft, gourmet kitchen, two car garage, beautiful southern views off the balcony. Don't miss this one. Priced below the cost to build at $549,000 Pleasant home with lots of light, open floor plan, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, warm wood stove and skylights. Two bedrooms, two baths and inside laundry room. Deck and balcony with views of the wooded lot and neighboring hills. A great buy at $199,000 Charming and immaculate country home. Two bedroom, plus bonus room. Hardwood floors, open- beam wood ceilings, claw foot tub, tons of upgrades. Usable half acre plus with large trees and areas for gardens. Ready for you to move right in. $286,000 SIXTEEN ACRE JULIAN RANCH - MEADOWS, TREES, VIEWS CHARMING AND IMMACULATE - Mountain Home in the trees above Lake Cuyamaca with a view of the lake. Cozy Living room has fireplace with pellet insert, 2 bed rooms, deck and an extra room downstairs. Cedar wood inside and out. PRICED AT $279,000 ESPECIALLY NICE! 7.41 Acres: 3-Bedroom home with a massive rock fireplace & wrap-around deck, meadows, a couple hundred apple trees (room for more), great views, mature trees, & seasonal pond. 'PRICED RIGHT AT $475,000 This ranch is located in a very desirable area of Julian : with easy access Off a paved road with choice 16 acres - some quite level and some sloping, with fencing and cross-fencing. The farm house has been upgraded and remodeled. There is a separate guest cottage, a barn/workshop, outbuildings, mature oaks, cedars, and four large English Walnut trees in the front yard. This ranch has been in the same family for many years. PRICED AT $540,000 AVAILABLE LAND One Acre parcel in Shelter Valley reasonably priced at $22,000 Desert Views from this One Acre, $22,000 Kentwood - .62 Acre big views.S49,000 Nice Site - .62 Acre, has septic layout, views, trees. Priced at $75,000 " Cuyamaca: 4.32 Acres, great views, has septic layout $125,000 NEW QUALITY CUSTOM HOME on 1.97 Harrison Park: 5Acres, well;electricity. wooded acres in Pine Hills. Much attention to COZY CABIN IN THE TREES in Pine Hills on a i septic in, views. $165,000 details. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, dream kitchen, with nicely wooded lot, Owner will consider carrying CHOICE PARCEL IN JULIAN ESTATES - 4.241 Pine Hills: 1.28 Acres, septic layout, i ........... t ............... Ill Acres at the end of the road. Many large oaks and large center isle ano ramte counter tops, largell[ for a quanneo buyer wlm suostanua! aown pay- Ill -ines Views under--round -ower and -hone trees, views. $159,000I I ..... P , , ~ P P , front yard, double attached garage and views! ment. The adjoining lot also available for sale. [ paved roads, gated community. Julian Estates: 4.7 Acres, has a well and was R d ed To $640,0001 PRICED AT $149,000 I PRICED AT $174,000 fantastic views. $179,0001 juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: Rose Steadman, Broker / Owner Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate email: Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: High School Students Costa Rica We are starting the planning process for our next Costa Rica trip for our high schoolers in March of 2013. This trip has been a tradition of the high school for the past 15 years, creating lifelong memories and giving our "mountain kids" a chance to experience another culture first hand and really appreciate all that they have here, while still soaking in and learning from the beauty of another culture. They get the chance to use Spanish in a safe and fun environment. The students get the opportunity to travel in a 10 day period, to all the different levels of the rainforest with our bilingual guides, volunteer at a school doing community service, go zip- lining, river rafting, and hiking through the various terrains. They practice their Spanish the whole time, while also getting PE, lots of Biology, Math skills (converting money...), politics and social studies. They do this by living there for that time. They bond with their friends as they challenge themselves in some of our activities and have meaningful, intelligent conversations with each other and the locals in the area. They use their Spanish while shopping as well! In some ways, the world is smaller when they get back and their eyes are open to appreciating all that they have been given. It also 15repares them to face and be open to the world around them as they get ready to "leave the hill" after high school. They are exposed to a new culture, new food, different history, etc. and in the end, they become more well rounded as they can draw the best from both worlds. This year, with the economy as such, is proving to be the hardest yet financially for many students and we have the smallest group going- many of which have to earn their entire trip by themselves! The economy is what it is and times are hard. We are trying to do a fundraiser at least once or twice a month and even with this, it will be hard for them to pull it off. Wynola Pizza has already done a dinner for us and has generously offered to host more, and the Town Hall and Bank have also allowed us to do bakesales in front of their buildings. I am-quite sure that you will be seeing us more as we' try to raise as much as possible for this amazing adventure. The cost is $2100 per person plus airfare. This includes 3 meals a day, hotels, private transportation with local guides and bus driver, insurance, and entrance into all of our planne l activities. In our attempt to fundraise, we will be raffling off a family membership Bound Again by Catherine Kuiper JHS, Spanish teacher to the Pinecrest pool for the summer and we appreciate every single purchase! The membership was donated generously for this purpose by the Rosenow/Spevacek family of Pinecrest pool. We will be trying to get some more prizes to raffle and wewill start selling tickets next week. They will be on sale for $1 each or 6 for $5. If you are interested, feel free to .call the high school and we will make very sure that you can purchase as many tickets as you want! All of the proceeds will go directly to the trip! If you are interested in offering a scholarship or any partial sponsorship of a student, please call the school and ask for Catherine Kuiper at (760) 765- 0606 x205 or email at: ckuiper@ or cmkuiper@hotmail. com . Any donation would be tax deductable and would be an awesome investment into our youth. Also, if you have any new and creative ideas on fundraising, please let us know this as well! If you would like further details on how the trip covers our classroom based standards, or simply about the activities or trip itself, please feel free to call as well. Catherine would be happy to answer any question that you may have! Julian Historical Society Campo: Wednesday, March 28, 2012, 7:00 p.m. at the Julian Historical Society, author and storyteller, Bryon Harrington, will divulge the true story of the Campo Gunfight that took place December 4, 1875, in the small California border town of Campo. Bryon has carefully researched the history of the gunfight and has written a book on the subject, Campo: the Forgotten Gunfight. The story takes many twists and turns as it follows the Gaskill Brothers, who settled the town of Campo along the Mexican border, and the Californios Bandidos, who having been chased out of California all the way to Mexico, rode back across the border to commit a daring daylight robbery of an entire town. It begins in the spring of 1875 after the hanging of Tiburcio Vasquez, the infamous and legendary California bandit whose capture made front page news around the world, and follows Tiburcio's second in command, Clodoveo Chavez, and the rest of the bandits on a bloody trail all the way to Campo. If you think the OK Corral was exciting, wait until you hear this! The Fogotten Gunfight, by Judy Halliburton Bryon Harrington There is no cost to attend. The general public is invited to come as well as Julian Historical Society members, (we welcome you to join). Bryon's book will be available for purchase. He will be happy to sign it if you wish. Refreshments will be served. See you there! Julian Historical Society - 2133 4th Street, Julian - Wednesday night the 28th at 7:00 p.m. I'm proud to be paying taxes in the United States. The only thing is - I could be just as proud for half the money. -- Arthur Godfrey