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Ihl,, . k Volume 26 - Issue 32 Wednesday March 23, 2011 Julian, ISSN 1937-8416 i i Athletics ,prlng Sports Baseball Thursday March 24 home Lutheran H. S. 3:30PM Tuesday March 29 away @ Calipatria High School 3:15PM Softball Thursday Mar, 24 away @ Calvary Christian - Vista 3:00PM Monday Mar. 26 home vs Escondido Adventist Academy 3:30PM Track Thursday March 24 * Citrus League Meet #1 Julian High School 3:00PM Saturday March 26 @ MT Carmel H.S. (Mt. Carmel Inv.) 10:30AM Goff Wednesday March 23 @ Calipatria High School Friday March 25 Warner High School @ Warner Springs Ranch Wednesday March 30 Borrego Springs High School @ Warner Springs Ranch It Only Takes One Person To Save Two Blood Drive Saturday March 26th From 9am-2pm by Hailey Crowe The time has come once again to give to those in desperate need. It only takes one blood donor to save the lives of two people. Julian High School's Community Service club is hosting a blood drive with the San Diego Blood Bank on Saturday March 26th 2011 from 9am-2pm. We are asking for the community to consider donating. This is a great way to save lives and will even help the high school's Community Service Club participant's win the San Diego Blood Bank High School Blood Drive Challenge Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to the school that has the most donors per blood drive and has a value of up to $1,500. Our school has been so fortunate to have won this scholarship five years in a row, and with the help of our supportive community, we intend to keep this tradition going. If you are planning to donate blood and happen to be in the area, please set up an appointment through Mrs. Wylie, the advisor of the Community Service club. The blood drive will be held in the parking lot of the high school (look for the blood mobile). The donating process usually takes about thirty minutes. In order to be eligible to donate, you must be: at least 110 pounds, 17 years old or older with a valid ID present (you may donate at 16, but you must have parent consent and a doctor's note with a valid birth date), and in a healthy condition. To book your appointment and join the high school in the mission to save lives, please call (760)-765-0606 x207, email Mrs. Wylie at jwylie@ juhsd.org, or go online to register at www.sandiegobloodbank.org. We'd like to thank our wonderful community for their endless support and we hope to see many of you there! cIInl 217 W Cota St Shelton WA 98584-2263 ! t3 CA. . . !I N ng ew Fire Story and Photos by Michael Hart The Julian-Cuyamaca volunteers pose in front of the old Mosler house as flames begin to come through the roof Two days of training concluded with the demolition by fire of the house. The fire fighters got intense hands on training in the exercise which was coordinated by Captian Mike Van bibber with the help of stste certified training officers from various departments throughout Southern California. Back when we approved an additional assessment to build the new Julian-Cuyamaca Fire Station no one saw the number of hurdles that the community and Fire District would have to go through to get the station built. The site changed then changed again. The County started to consolidate fire districts and people began to wonder how that would impact the progress. All the while the District through the Chief kept saying they were making progress, but progress was slow. This past weekend the first real signs of progress. The Mosler property on Highway 79, which the district had secured over a year ago and started adjusting plans to fit the property, only to be delayed by challenges and red tape, saw a flurry of activity as three months or more of planning and preparation provided the department with a two day training exercise for the volunteers. 26 Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District personnel participated in the State Fire Marshal sanctioned Fire Control 3 class, that included fire behavior in a structure, ventilation, search and rescue, fire attack and confidence course. The Crew of instructors included Cal Fire from Placer County, Riverside County and San Diego as well as L.A. city fire, Chuta Vista fire, Corona fire and San Diego fire departments. Julian CERT provided traffic control on the highway as well as serving a hot lunch on Sunday before the house was burned out for the final time, making way for the new fire station. Lead Instructor Kurt Zingheim before the house is demolished. n Hall & The Blue Heron Garden Shop Saturday, March 26 & Sunday, iMarch 27, noon to 5 p.m. JMA Meet The Merchants Breakfast Wednesday, April 20 8am t leremy's On The Hill Prize ~ Show Off Your Business briefs the assembled crews