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March 25, 2009

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March 25, 2009 The Julian News 3 Offered To Local Julian Owners All New Full Service Family Salon Men * Women * Children NOW Open MOnday Thru Friday & Every Other Saturday[ Three CltFaq T Stylist 9-18 yrs tperience Plus a FULL TIME Nail Girl/ '~i ~#/~ P"~lc"~re~llls Custom oeslgn Cut & Styling ~ ...... " aa~i~erMo/~i~ Men's Custom & Clipper Cuts J -- ~ Beautiful Color & Highlighting Stan At Santa Ysabel Art Gallery, April 4 through May 31, 2009, will be Quiet, a one person show featuring new work by well known painter Stan Goudey. The exhibit takes its name from Goudey's sense of the rural quiet in the mountain regions of Julian and Santa Ysabel. A majority of the paintings in the show will be studio and plein air pastoral scenes of the area in watercolor, acrylic and oil. Included in the exhibit will be a selection of the railroad paintings that the artist is so fond of painting. Opening Reception for the exhibit Quiet will be Saturday, April.4, 4-8 pm. Admission is free. The public is invited. Stan Goudey is an award winning painter, a member of the American Watercolor Society and has been professional artist for 40 years, proficient in oil and acrylic as well as in watercolor. Recent accolades include the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies Annual Exhibition Best in Show Awards for 2007 and 2008, and an Award of Excellence from the 2008 San Diego Watercolor Society International Show. In addition, there is a Major article on Goudey, 'Snapshot of Life', in the April 2009 issue of Watercolor Artist magazine. Goudey says of his work: "The pursuit of painting has been, at one and at the same time, a large bully and a great benefactor. Sometimes I can't wait to get to work and other times have to be Orange Book Directories will present "7 Winning Strategies For Thriving in Today's Tough Economic Environment" on Wednesday, April 8th , from 6:00pm - 7:30pm at Wynola Pizza Express, located on Highway 78, 3 miles west of Julian. The seminar is designed for business owners, who are looking for ways to thrive in today's tough economic environment. Topics will include: Know Your Business, Manage Your Costs, Manage Your Cash Flow, Increase Your Business Volume, Don't Go It Alone And Manage Your Fears. There is no cost for this seminar and it is not a sales presentation. Attendees are required to RSVP to the Orange Book at (760) 789- 4243 as seating will be limited. Rancho State Earth Day California State Parks, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park Interpretive Association, Albertsons. Sparkletts Water, The Fruit Guys and Sprouts stores invite you to join us April 25 for our Earth Day Celebration. Come to the Green Valley Falls Day Use Parking Area to join us with tree planting, trail work and fence building. Volunteers of all ages and skill levels are invited to attend. Breakfast snacks will be provided by Sprouts and Albertsons with a lunch bar-be- que provided by the Pine Valley Mountain Riders. The event will start with sign- ups at 8:00 a.m. and will finish at roughly 12:00 p.m. dragged there. Art for art's sake has never had any fascination for me and although I enjoy my materials and the act of painting, I view these things as a means to an end; namely self-expression... Unless I am doing a painting demonstration for a class I paint only what I have an emotional connection with. I paint railroad pictures because I grew up watching trains and love them. I paint landscape or figures in interiors because I love the way the light falls on these elements and the way that makes me feel." A fixture as an artist in the back country for many years, and aside from painting the local landscape, Stan Goudey has become known for the watercolor and acrylic classes he teaches in Julian and Ramona. He has also taught a series of drawing classes at through the Julian Library. He lives and has his studio in Santa Ysabel and is married to the painter Annie Dover. 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 through Monday, 11AM - 5 PM, and by appointment. The gallery is closed Tuesday and Wednesday. For more information call (760) 765-1676. I mmercla ons 24 Hour Emergency Service Relationships Matter Over 60 years serving the community we live in. Ben Sulser, District Manager "T" - BONE TIME "T" - Bone Dinllet I "T"ini Absolute Vodka (80 proof) Peach Citron Currant Raspberry Ruby Red Vanilla Mandarin Pear 16 oz. "T" - Bone Steak Cooked to perfection! Served with - Chef' s Potatoes Or Rice Seasonal Veggies Bread & Butter $18.50 $5.50 Not sure which one... Try a "T"iny "T"ini Sampler - Two $$ Not a meat eater... Try one fOUfbther :: Wonderful Entr6es *' Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 4PM 'Till Closing Information & Reservations- 765-0173 fi Shar with Family & Friends in our Pl ale f l'l e Iiol e Birthdays, Meetings, Parties, Anniversaries, Clubs, etc. Seats up to 15 Sports Fan...Enjoy a game - Cable Ready Come to the Julian Grille for a Perfect Time Wine Two$$ Off 2224 Main Street Expires: June 15, 2009 * Entr6e Price First Thursday Parenting Please join us April 2, 2009 6:00 pm at the Julian Library where we will present a teaching video entitled "Complex PTSD in Children" (from Cavalcade Productions). This video describes the assessment tools and therapeutic approaches that the presenters have found most useful in working with complex PTSD in children. The film is about 45 minutes long. A discussion period will follow moderated by Debbie Gernandt, local trauma therapist and Dianne Vile, First Thursday Parenting Group facilitator. This video was scheduled to be shown at our meeting on February 5 but we chose to show it this month as a prelude to Karen Hawthorne's next meeting on May 7. This event is sponsored by the Community Parent Coalition. For more information please contact Dianne Vile at 505-8414. American Legion Breakfast To Support Julian High School Prom The American Legion will be hosting a breakfast on Sunday, April 5th from 7am-11:30am to help the Julian High students raise money for their prom. Tickets are on sale now for $7.00 at the High School front office or from the junior class prom planning committee. Pictured is Shaunae Bullock who has single handedly sold more than 50 tickets! It's never been easier to support our kids when the American Legion cooks such a delicious breakfast! Thank you again and again to the American Legion does SO MUCH for our kids and our community! We appreciate your efforts! For further information please contact Jennifer Roberts at 760- 765-0606 ext. 218 or Dana Pettersen at 760-703-7593 (Junior Class advisors)