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10 The Julian News March 21, 2012 COUNTRY REALTY ....... Judy Raines ................. ...... Veronica Clark 760-604-1946 and the entire Back Country. 760-803-3582 DRE #01350842 DRE #01092197 i Experienced In All Aspects of Real Estate - Including Short Sale Negotiations We have homes in Julian and the back country starting with the price of $125,000, They are in good areas and are all sizes. Call us today for a list with pictures or to see any of these homes. Lovely custom Victorian home in great neighborhood of Julian. Kitchen features solid birch cabinets, granite counter tops. Hickory and pecan flooring. Oversized garage with RV parking and workshop. Fabulous view of the valley. Seller may carry and will look at all reasonable offers. Lovely home well Granite counters, vinyl windows, Many upgrades. 3 car garage Charming Upgraded Mountain Home Open Floor Plan 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 3 Car Garage, Many Mature Trees, Usable Land with Beautiful View. $410,000 Windfall Trail--Level lot in Shelter Valley Ranchos, paved road, all usable, recent survey. Only 15 minutes from Julian $25,000. Ask Pastor Rick ue in Wynola Farms Marketplace 4470 Highway 78 Time is a dressmaker specializing in alterations, -- Faith Baldwin In The News Have A Confession To Make? There's An App For Geneva is a 1.5 year old female Pit Bu Mix who weighs about 501bs. She arrived at the shelter as a stray but has become a favorite of shelter staff and volunteers. She walks calmly on a leash when using a sensation harness, knows "sit" and is very eager to please her human pals. Geneva is a quick learner and would be the star of the show in any obedience course. Meet this fun, playful gal by asking for ID#A1450328 Tag#C392. She can be adopted for $69. Trinket is an 8 years young female black and white feline who weighs almost 71bs. She is tiny, petite, and could stand to put on a little we!ght, but this doesn't stop her from being a non-stoP purring machine. Trinket loves being pet by her human pals and has a calm aura about her. She is a sweet girl who has many more years to share with a forever family. Meet Trinket by asking for ID#A1457321 Tag#CY82. She can be adopted for the Senior Fee of just $35. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Geneva and Trinket are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit for more information. When they launched their first Roman Catholic mobile phone application, the founders of the Indiana-based startup Little lApps had hoped their product would reach a small, niche market of fellow Catholics. They never dreamed their Confession app, which provides a step-by-step guide to giving confessions, would turn out to be such a hit, breaking into the iPhone App Store's top 25 most popular apps shortly after its release. "We kind of thought there would be a parish or youth group that was interested in it," developer and company co-founder Patrick Leinen said. Instead, to his surprise, "We were beating things like Plants vs Zombies and Sims." In a market dominated by games, like Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja, the astounding success of the Confession app is unheard of for any lifestyle app, let alone a religious one. The app (for about $1.90) has reached as many as 5,000 downloads in a 30 day period on the virtual store By Bill Fink Auxiliary TLC To be able to look beyond our own daily lives is a difficult thing to do. Putting food on the table, medicine in the chest and clothes on the kids' backs is hard to do. Many people are Nancy Hackstedde, Connie KaminskL Pat Mushet, Brenda Massey, Lori Arter - Auxiliary Unit 468 members at the La Jolla Veterans Administration Medical Center having a hard time keeping up with the mortgage or rent and many people are losing the way of life they've enjoyed in more prosperous times. Looking beyond our lives is hard to do, but doing something that requires a lot of effort and time for the benefit of another, is something that few of us take the time to do. We are all aware of the plight of others, but other than the utterance of "what a shame" we often lack for action. As individuals we often lack impact or the ability to make much of a difference. As a group or organization of like-minded people though, a huge difference can be made in the lives of others. One of the causes of the American Legion Veteran affairs and the lives of our Vets after their service to our nation. There is a large network of Veteran's hospitals in this country serving our men and women. Some are day patients, some will be there for extended times and others wil finish their lives there. For those requiring extended care, life in a hospital can be lonely. Because of war injury, many of our Vets are in hospitals that offer specialties not available to them in their home communities. Often theyare far from family and friends and go without personal, caring contact. The Ladies Auxiliary of the American Legion is a group of women that have focused on a problem. They have taken "what a shame" to "let's do something about it." They work hard, they donate their time and money and offer the hand of caring and friendship. They are individuals that come together to make an impact as a group. The once-a-month bingo for the Vets at La Jolla VA Medical Center is an event that the ladies of the Auxiliaries of District 22 take turns hosting. Sources tell me though, that when the gals of the Julian Auxiliary host the event, it is the best attended and most enthusiastic of all. The theme the ladies created for the event was spring with Becky Gamibill's daffodil crop as the centerpiece. They purchased, baked, cooked and provided twenty dozen cookies, 20 pounds of sloppy joes, twenty pounds of potato salad, chips, popcorn, bananas, pudding and apple sauce. Julian Cider Mill's cider and pies from Apple Alley, MOM's and Julian Pie Company were donated and collected, transported in three cars and hauled in multiple trips through the hospital on carts to the food prep area. Apologies to the merchants, but this is the real "Taste of Julian" for our Vets. This year the gals served close to 100 patients=and staff. They delivered individual service to the men in the spinal cord unit for non-ambulatory patients. Food wasn't the only thing delivered. From the generous And reid Market. Source: The Globe and Mail, summarized by Pastor Rick Ask Pastor Rick What is the book of Revelation all about? The Apocalypsis or Revelation was written by the apostle John most likely between 90-95 AD. In John's own words, he said it was a revelation of Jesus Christ "to show His servants what must soon take place." (Revelation 1.1) It is a book filled with the mysteries of things to come. It is a final warning that the world will come to an end and judgment will be certain. It gives a tiny glimpse of heaven and the glories that await those who will go there. It reveals the time called the 'Great Tribulation' with all of its woes. It exposes the final destiny of all unbelievers. It reiterates the fall of Satan and the doom he and his cohorts are bound for. It was given to John to write these things. He said he was told to, "Write, therefore, what you have seen, what is now and what will take place later." (Revelation 1.19) There are many good books on this subject. I recommend a two-volume work: Revelation 1-7: An Exegetical Commentary and Revelation 8-22: An Exegetical Commentary by Robert Thomas. Another excellent work is: The Book of Revelation (The New International Commentary on the New Testament) by Robert Uounce. Rick Hill is the Senior Pastor at Hillside Community Church on 3rd and C Streets in Julian, CA. Direct all questions and correspondence to: PastorRick@ or Hillside Community Church, Religion In The News, Box 973, Julian, CA, 92036. (Opinions in this column do not necessarily express the views of Julian News, its editor, or employees.) folks of Julian, they collected and distributed clothing and personal items and toiletries in bags that were decorated by kindergarten kids from Julian elementary. The need was so great that they are now actively collecting coats, socks, hats, blankets, pajamas or cash for canteen tickets. Large, XL and XXL sizes are particularly needed. We normally don't oall out individual effort in this column for fear of missing someone, but the selfless work of Rebecca Rich, Lori Arter, Nancy Hackstedde, Brenda Massey, Connie Kaminski, Patricia and Devon Mushet, Maryann Ingraham, Patty Long, Michelle Huggins and Linda Rinder in this event deserves a stand-up. Needless to say there are a lot of other women in our Auxiliary that take the reins in other events. Ever hear of Girls State in its 69th year, The Americanism Essay Contest, and so many of the benefit dinners for folks in need in Julian? Yes that is "our" Ladies. Ever notice those little red lapel poppies. Our Ladies raise funds for wounded Vets. The only cost to you is whatever you can donate. And all those gals helpng out at Legion and Sal functions didn't just wander in off the street. They are some of our own, doing more than their share. As is usual for our Auxiliary, they pass a lot of the credit to others. After being thanked repeatedly by our Vets for their efforts there typical response was "it's so little compared to the sacrifice you made." One of our local Vets, Bobby Polan, in his final stay at the hospital probably said it best when our Auxiliary Women came for a visit. He got out of bed, got cleaned up and beamed to the other Vets, that "these are my girls, these are my girls." Consider yourself lucky Julian, that we have such great girls. Here Ye! Here Ye! As a reminder, the ABC class at Wynola Pizza is on March 27th, from 11AM to 4PM. Sunday's Legion breakfast benefitin Julian STORM was cancelled due to snow, it will be held this Sunday, the 25th from 0'dark thirty untill about noon, And don't forget your entry in The Dance Art contest isdue by Sunday April 1st - the SAL wil pick a winner at their meeting on the 3rd. 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