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gt. Lagun ....... Valley, Summit, Volume 25 - Issue 32 Wednesday March 24, 2010 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 w ..,, PC Box 639 U.S. POSTAGE PAl Change Service Requested Permit No. 30 Julian, CA I1,1,,I,,I,,,,11,,11,,11,,,,,11,,I,II1,,,I,,I,,,I,1,11,,,I,,11 Small Town Papers TFN 5026 California Ave SW Seattle WA 98136-1208 .............. " II I Julian Historical Society Annual Show "N Tell Share Your History You are invited to participate in the 2010 "Show 'N Tell" event sponsored by the Julian Historical Society. The primary focus of the event is on anyone with an item that is 50 years or older (excluding spouses) and an interest in sharing your story. The format of the event centers on short talks given by p lrticipants and moderated by Bob Adam. Your participation provides a unique opportunity for a close up and personal insight on the item that lights you up. During the event, socializing and informal discussion will be actively encouraged. Bring an item to share or come pull up a comfy chair and enjoy the show. We look forward to seeing you as you are a valued resident. Wednesday, March 24th, at 7:00 p.m. at the Julian Historical Society, 2133 4th Street - Refreshments will be served. Art Contest Nears by Bill Fink The yearly Art Contest sponsored by The Sons of the American Legion is rapidly coming to a close. All entries are due on March 31st by 6 PM. They are to be turned in at the American Legion building at the corner of Washington and 2nd St. If you would like a form for a last minute entry you can pick up it up at the Legion Building or call 760 215-1711 fora drop offor a pick up of completed artwork. The theme for this year, as in years past, is a Small American Town Country Dance. Virtually all mediums are accepted. The contest is open to all ages. Complete rules are included in the entry packet. The winning entry will become the logo for all the advertising media for "The Dance" in June and the winner will receive a $250.00 check. All the artwork that is entered will be displayed at various locations in town so recognition can be given to our artists. The day of "The Dance", the artwork will be moved to the Menghini Winery where it will be auctioned off to raise funds for charitable causes in Julian. The winner will be selected by the general membership of The Sons of the American Legion at their monthly meeting on June 6th. The annual selection of the winning artwork is the loudest and most exciting, well-attended meeting of the year as The Sons are not shy about promoting their favorite works. The winner, as in years past, will be notified within minutes of final selection. If you have an interest in becoming a benefactor of this contest, which not only provides a venue for artists, but also raises funds for charitable work and causes right here in Julian, please call the number above. Forests in 'Top 20' for Carbon by Chris Thomas SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The national forests of northern California are some of the hardest-working in the United States when it comes to keeping global warming pollution out of the atmosphere. Of the top 20 forests in the country for storing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, seven are in California. A study of U.S. Forest Service data indicates dense West Coast forests contain about twice as much carbon in their branches, roots and soil as forests in other parts of the country. Study author Mike Anderson, senior resource analyst with The: Wilderness Society, says a combination of older trees, longer growing seasons and fewer wildfires allow a forest to store more carbon, and some parts of California fit that profile. "The Six Rivers National Forest in northern California was next down after the top 10. And six other national forests in California also store relatively large amounts of carbon, compared to the national average." The others on the list are the Klamath and Shasta-Trinity in northern California and, in the Sierra Nevada range, the Eldorado, Plumas, Tahoe and Sierra national forests. The top 10 forests are all farther north, in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. Anderson says the findings have implications for how national forest land is used, and he will share them with federal forest managers. "We want to see if there's anything else we can do to make sure that these forests are protected and continue to serve this important carbon-storing function they're doing so well." Compared to the amount of carbon burned by using fossil fuels for one year in the United States, Anderson says the top 10 forests alone hold almost two years' worth of carbon, filtering it out of the atmosphere. Family Movie Night At The Movie Night returns to the Julian Library on Tuesday April 13th. This is a family evening that encourages togetherness, popcorn is served and dress is casual, pajamas for the little ones is just fine - bring a pillow. For details on the film being screened ask the librarian. The sixth annual Daffodil Show was held in the Town Hall and at The Blue Heron Garden & Gift Shop over the weekend. Once again the judges were overwhelmed by the number and quality of the flowers presented. The winners in the various categories had not yet been transmitted by press time and we will have the complete list in next weeks edition. Once again Sally Snipes and Anne Dawkins deserve a thank you along with Judge Jay Pengra and his wife for making the show the official beginning to the Spring season. i ii !ii!!i!!!!:ii!~!i! i!~ i! ii! ~i! ~,~,~,~,~ ,, ~,C,~,~ ~ ,~, ,,~ ~ , Edward May 14, 1938 - March 15, 2010 Keith E. Smothers, beloved husband, father, brother and friend, passed from this life on Monday, March 15th, 2010. He was born in Parsons, KS May 14, 1938 to Reginald and Alberta McDonald Smothers. Keith attended elementary school in Centerville, KS and graduated from high school in Humboldt, KS where he met his soul mate Elizabeth Tilman. He attended Northern Montana College and the University of Minnesota. From a young teenager to 1972, he worked in the railroad industry, starting with the MKT, then the Great Northern, and ending as a traveling auditor for the Burlington Northern. Keith devoted the next ten years to being a full-time minister for the Church of Christ, teaching the Gospel in Montana, Arizona, and Alabama. In 1982, Keith started his new The procession led by a piper made its' way down Main Street career with AT&T in Julian, CA. It was here he put to use the First Class Radio Operator License that he obtained at age 11 by traveling alone to Kansas City, MO to take the exam. He retired from AT&T in 1994 in order to assist his wife in the operation of the Julian Pie Company. Keith was passionate about flying his airplane and was an active member of the Vintage Mooney Club. His lifelong enthusiasm for flying allowed him his last solo long-distance flight just six weeks ago. Contributions in Keith's memory may be made to the Young Eagles Program at www.givewingstoeaa.org/take- flight. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth; and five children: Joni Smothers of Montgomery, AL; David and Dan Smothers of Julian, CA; Tim Smothers and wife, Brandi, of Julian, CA; and Amy Shaw of Las Vegas, NV. Also surviving Keith are his two sisters: Judy Anderson of Gardner, KS; and Genell Smothers of Leawood, KS; and seven grandchildren. Keith Smothers was a gentle, God-fearing man who prepared his life for this moment. Bonham Bros & Stewart Mortuary and Cremation Service, of Ramona, assisted the family. Baseball. Thu 03/25/10 @ Lutheran 3:30PM Softball. Thu 04/08/10 @ The Rock Academy 3:30PM Track and Field - Fri 03/26/10 Citrus East League Meet #1 Julian Union High School 3:30PM Sat 03/27110 Mt. Carmel Invitational - @ Mt. Carmel High School 11:00AM Golf - Wed 03/24/10 @ Borrego Springs HS 2:00PM Response Team Largest Class To Date by Diane Hake Congratulations to another CERT academy graduation of 33 members. I would like to thank Chief Kevin Dubler for his dedication to educating our community in disaster preparedness. Additionally, I would like to thank volunteer fireman Richard Books who has 3rovided substantial training support, Johnny Hake who is the coordinator and instructor for CERT Julian Cuyamaca, Patricia Landis, PH D, instructor for Disaster Psychology, and secretary of CERT Julian Cuyamaca, and retired FBI agent, Monte Leras. The new members are as follows: Anne Smith, (Julian's first Jr. TEEN CERT member), Lisa Smith, Glen Smith, Susan Winchell, Roy Winchell, Stuart Smith, Barbara DeGraw, Dick Thilken, Craig Enloe, Bob Redding, Beverly Smith, Jeff, Smith, Daniel R. Smith, Amanda Smith;Caitlin Smith, Sheri Smith, Ken Smith, Dustin Lytle, Sheri Casto, Arlene Smith, John Heglin, Karen Faught, Steven Faught, Paula Lutes, Julie Anderson, Kirsten Starlin, Justin Smith, Kurt Casto, Richard Larsen, Brittany Casto, Greg Smith, Dorothy Smith. The next academy will begin the first part of June. If you are interested please Email Diane Hake, Program Manager at certjulian@hotmail.com. Chamber Mixer At Town Hall April 1 It would be foolish of anyone to miss out on the next Chamber of Commerce Mixer, since it will be right in the middle of town at the Town Hall. Leg Up Ranch will be your host's for an evening starting at 5:30 with raffle prizes, refreshments, snacks and a no host bar. Wednesday, April 21 8am New Members Always Welcome