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'March 24, 2010 All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial Bake Sale $20 per person I: a Tb3gs for- Gift Baskets 1st Prize (most BUNCO's) : $100 Prize (most wins) = $SO 8rd Prize losses) : S25 Reservalionsllrdorrnation Rose Mary - 760 76S If You Don't Know How To Play, We1 Teach You ! A Benefit for Saint Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church Religious Education Program Classroom Building Fund P.J. Scholl winding up the propeller on his plane and letting it go in the gym. learn about aerodynamics. They learned about the lift and drag on an airplane and how weight can effect the flight of their planes. After the planes were finished, they were ready to fly. After about 20 minutes of flying, you could probably guess what happened next. Yes, destruction. Wings broke off, fuselage's split, and landing gear busted. Parents cringed at all of their hard work, but it didn't matter. The boys had so much fun chasing each others planes as they floated down from the gym rafters, it was all worth it. Now their planes are displayed proudly in their bedrooms. Our next project is making Turkey Box Callers. Just in time for turkey season. So if all of a your neighbor is a scout! Flying With The Julian WeBeLoS And Cub Scout Pack 690 by Carmen White photos by Timothy McCain For the past 5 weeks the WeBeLoS and Cub Scouts have been building their balsa wood airplanes. These weren't your take out of the package and slide the wings through the fuselage planes you get in your Christmas stocking. No... This was The Cloud Buster! These planes were museum quality and required a serious craftsman. First, the scouts made their own work boards out of particle board and Styrofoam. That way they could pin their plans and plane parts down in order to hold them while the glue dried. Next, they sanded the laser cut parts out of the sheets of balsa wood. Finally, the plane was ready to be assembled. Wolf Cub Scout Ty wings. ii i !i ~: ~i!!!}~ White and his plane as he assembles the The process was an exciting one. The boys, (who are we kidding?) the dads and moms did an awesome job building their planes. They need a pat on the back for the hundreds of hours they put into their son's planes. The boys were in charge of the painting their planes with Dope (an adhesive and final shrinking/stiffening agent for tissue-covered aircraft models). Pa it was so much fun for the boys to Scott Copeland, April McCain, Coach White, Carmen White, Brian Denny, Nat Copeland, Timmy McCain, Ty White, Trevor Denny, Kai McDremid, Zen Hill, P.J. Scholl, and Alec Helm The Julian News 3 BEER & WINE COMING SOON DRY CLEANING COMING TOO! sudden you have an influx of turkeys in your yard, it might be because Girl Scout Troop Hits The Slopes Submitted by Troop 8326 On February 5th, 6, and 7th Girl Scout Troop 8326 went skiing at Mountain High Resort near Wrightwood. The reason we went skiing was because we wanted to try something new, to have fun, and to work on a new badge. None of us had gone skiing so it was a great experience. Photo: Sara Rott, Brooke Hurtado, Sara Itogawa, Cheyenne Bactad, Samantha Sheppard, mascot Hunter Hurtado, Denise Hernandez, Mikayla Martin, and Samantha Stahl. 2 PM to ~;:30 PM ,Meet the Farmers, Farm to Fork Presentatkans, Wine an~ Beer, (cocktails available) 5:30 PM to 7 PM FARM to f'()RK FIE5TA, all you can enjo)/ [-arm to fork dimmer b~;ffet and dessert, 7 PM to lo PM Dancing~ Entertainment and the Fresh 5mores Bar [ ....................... ........................................................... Ge~ yours be{o_."e i~ is too ~ate. ficke~s Avatabie oBl{ne o~ directly flx}m ar~ F ~farmer. A Portioo of the proceeds to benefit A~za Borrego School Oistricl, Borrego Springs Chamber of~ Commence, ,~nza Borrego Fotmdat[oll and Fa~arm programs. For information, updates, a list participating farmers, vintners and brewers or to Purchase Ticker..s Please view our web site h~zp:.,-; ~wv4,@m~to,@rkfagmers, com or meet the farmers at the Anza Borrego Farmer's Market (Fdday~ sAM until Noon) for additional information or to sample Fa fare. inter Catherine Grawin At Santa Ysabel Art Ga ago - artists demonstrating that a great strength and asset of the mountains is beauty. The relaxation and outdoor life of plein air painting is equally important to Grawin. The getting away in her Airstream for a weekend or several weeks at a time are a balance to her life in the studio, as a painter and teacher. She sees being an artist as "the journey to meet the artist soul, or higher self", what she calls "the real adventure". At Santa Ysabel Art Gallery, April 3 through May 1, 2010, will be a one person show featuring the work of well known San Diego artist and teacher of painting Catherine Grawin. On exhibit will be Grawin's landscape and still life paintings. Reception for 'the Artist will be Saturday, April 3, 4-8 PM. The public is invited. Admission is free. Catherine Grawin is an award winning painter of plein air and studio landscape, still life and abstract work. She is known as a colorist, and for the bold and loose brushwork she uses in her painting. Grawin likes to plein air paint in and around the Julian - Santa Ysabel area. On days when the light is right, her vintage Airstream trailer, a traveling studio, can be spotted parked in close proximity to one of the region's spectacular mountain views. A selection of these plein air paintings from the artful expeditions of Catherine Grawin will be a part of the upcoming Santa Ysabel Art Gallery exhibit. To Exhibit Ilery i i!i 1955 Airstream "studio" at Borrego Springs paint out. Santa Ysabel Mission Grawin is a native Californian, having grown up in Solana Beach. She feels that this early connection to the ocean and the coast gave her a deep reverence for nature and for the old California landscape. Documenting what remains of California's precious open spaces is a side goal of hers when making a painting. Grawin was part of a group of plein air painters who painted in protest along the proposed Sunrise Powerlink path in the Santa Ysabel Warner Springs area several years Grawin teaches oil painting through the La Jolla Athenaeum, UC San Diego Extension and privately in her studio. She gives public painting demonstrations and has been invited to juror art competitions and exhibits. Her paintings are in the book Land of Sunlight. She is a featured painter in the documentary Plein Air Painters of Santa Ysabel, California. Grawin lives and has her studio in Solana Beach. Santa Ysabel Art Gallery is located at 30352 Highway 78 at Highway 79 in Santa Ysabel, seven miles below Julian. Admission to the gallery is free. Gallery hours are Thursday iiii!i!iiii!iiii!!iiii Slopes of Volcan, Near Julian through Monday. 11AM - 5 PM, and by appointment. The gallery is closed Tuesday and Wednesday. For more information call (760) 765-1676.