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March 25, 2015 The Julian News 3 Local Bike Team Racing Ahead Team Gold, Julian's own youth mountain bike team, is off to an impressive start to their 2015 SoCal season with an excellent showing at the Vail Lake Challenge last weekend. Newcomer Nat Copeland, a 7th grader, started in his first mountain bike race ever and though an unfortunate draw placed him in the last row of the 100+ rider start, Nat managed to pass over 50 racers to finish in the top half of his race. A very impressive effort for a new rider on a mainly single track, technical course. Riding in his second SoCal race of the season, (Above) David Stringfellow making up ground. (Left) Nate Copelandnegotiation the course. an incredible 6th place finish. Obviously, Iongtime coach Chad Leptich was pleased with the boys' efforts and their potential for the remaining season. Anyone interested in cheering on Team Gold is welcome to join them at Vail Lake on April• 25th at 4:00 p.m. for the middle school race and April 26th at 10:00 a.m. for the high sc/pooi race. (Below) Ethan Elisara David Stringfellow and Coach Leptich all photos by freshmen Ethan Elisara improved on his 15th place finish at his first race with an amazing fourth place at Vail. His outstanding placement earned him a trip to the podium for a medal - the icing on his birthday cake! (Ethan turned 15 years old on race day). Veteran David Stringfellow, a sophomore, missed the first SoCal race due to a concussion sustained during the soccer season. Back on the bike for only one week after a 5 week layoff, David also was staged in the last row of his race start. He skillfully maneuvered past 80 riders to Don't Get Tripped Up By Life's Stumbling Blocks (StatePoint) While obstacles can get in the way of pursuing your intended goals, if you're resourceful, they can also present an opportunity to forge a new path. For Lani Hall Alpert, Grammy Award-winning vocalist-turned- author, this sentiment hits close to home. At the peak of her success in the mid-'80s, Alpert contracted a debilitating case of Chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as the Epstein-Barr virus, forcing the singer to take a reprieve from performing. In spite of losing the physical energy required to sing and perform onstage, Alpert turned to writing and being true to them are the keys to being happy in the face of change. • Find your therapy: If you're going through a hard time, figure out what will help you to self-actualize. For some it may be to create art, for others it's to achieve physical fitness or acquire knowledge. Everyone has his or her own healing mechanism, and if you're lucky, it will choose you. "When I couldn't sing, writing helped empty myself of the worry and fear that I was experiencing," says Alpert. " have always used creativity to find my own truth." • Be skeptical: When you are Julian Arts Guild Painting Workshop On April 10th artist Leon Okun will conduct an oil painting , workshop in Julian. This will be a portrait painting workshop models, beginning at with live 9:00 in the morning and ending .... at 4:00pm, with a one-hour lunch break. The cost of the workshop is $65 for Julian Arts Guild members, and $85 for non- members. For more information on the workshop, or to sign up, please contact Kiki Munshi at kiki@ skagenranch.com. Because the workshop will be limited to ten people, those who are interested should contact Kiki as soon as possible. To sign up, send a check and a note with your contact information to Julian Arts Guild, P.O. Box 494, Julian, CA 92036. The workshop is sponsored by Julian Arts Guild. To learn more about Julian Arts Guild visit www. julianartsguild.org. Leon Okun Thousands Of Free Plants Distributed To School Gardens Throughout San Diego County San Diego County, CA: The Resource Conservation District (RCD) of Greater San Diego County, in conjunction with Altman Plants of Vista, gave away thousands of plants last Thursday to help support school garden programs throughout San Diego County. This is the sixth year that the RCD has facilitated this much-needed school plant giveaway, benefitting 132 elementary and middle schools. With childhood obesity on the rise, more and more schools are making the commitment to create and maintain school gardens, which use fun, hands-on gardening techniques to teach students about healthy eating. The nearly 1,500 vegetable and herb seedlings donated by Altman Plants will help hundreds of schools get a jump start on their Spring planting. In addition to vegetables and herbs, schools received more than 1,200 narrowleaf milkweed seedlings, a variety of milkweed native to California. The plants were grown by Butterfly Farms in Vista and donated by the RCD. Milkweed is the only food source for the dwindling Monarch Butterfly population. Because of this, the RCD created its "Milkweed for Monarchs" program to encourage schools and individuals to grow native milkweed in their gardens to help increase the number Of Monarchs throughout the county. The RCD is also encouraging schools to participate in a citizen science program to monitor the Monarchs visiting and breeding I[ "Serving the Community of Julian" ]1 in their garden, as well as the first I1 GATED, SECURE STORAGE SITES -- FULLY ENCLOSED YARD II I[ INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS SITE FOR MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT STORAGE II and last dates of the year they I1 ' Outside Storage - Ti'ailers, Boats, Cars, RV's II observe Monarchs" so that we I1 Unit Sizes- xlO, 10x10, 10x15, 10x20, 10x30II can learn more about San Diego II II Monarchs' overwintering habits. to express herself artistically, hurdles into personal triumphs, most vulnerable, it can be easy www.rcdsandiego.org, orcontact In Alpert's new audiobook, She's now focusing on sharing to place your complete trust Ann Baldridge, RCD Education "Emotional Memoirs & Short her story, which, she hopes will in a therapist or other person, Coordinator, at 619-562-0096 or Stories," she deals with this inspire otherstodolikewise,practice or institution that is ann.baldridge@rcdsandiego.org. debilitating period of her life, as Everyone's stumbling blocksmeant to be beneficial. But not all NOTES I well as themes like depression, are unique, but here are three such relationships or resources 1. The Resource Conservation Samp!ingI • adultery and self-preservation, positive changes that Alpert are healthy. Be skeptical until you District of Greater San Diego [RCD] in stories both fictional and made in her own life to improve know you are in good hands,is anon-enterprise Special•District i~1~1 Servli:e I organized under Division 9 the I >~ Total £oliforrns and I autobiographical. The book is set her situation. " More information about the Cafifomia State Pubfic Resources I'- t~m Eo E.Coli Bacteria I to a score that includes music by • Accept change: Life is about book, which is available onCode. I= m, l' ,om "~; General Mineral and | her husband, music legend Herb changes. Sometimes they iTunes and Amazon, can be 2. RCDs are tasked with voluntary, o¢~ t, General Physical I Alpert. ' will affect your interpersonal found at www.lanihallalpert.com, natural resources conservation on u~m ~ Inorga.nicand.| Lani Hall Alpert,whose relationships, and sometimes When stumbling blocks get in pubfic and private lands. The RCD's ,ov- @ 0rgamcChemlcals I f~ q" -~ boundaries encompass a service o,-, E Volatileorgamcs; I musical career was temporarily they will affect your healthyour path, don't trip up. These area of approximately 2,886 square ~o~ 8 Herbicides, Pesticides | put on hold by a health crisis, or finances. Defining thosemoments can be the perfect miles or 1,847,300 acres throughout £ompleteAnalysis I is certainly an expert on turning changes, speaking about them, occasion to.breakyourown mold. San Diego County. of Test Results I Grading & Demolition Outrageous Fortune Comes to the BBS Playhouse. What happens when you put some of Shakespeare's tragic characters in a self-help group? Prospero, Shakespeare's character from The Tempest, would like them to identify and make peace with their fatal flaws, as leader of Tragedians Anonymous. What ensues is a fast paced, frolicking comedy, written by Rebecca Salomonsson. Outrageous Fortune will be performing Apri.I 17-19 and .April 24-26. Friday and Saturday performances at 7:30pm and Sunday matinees at 3pm. The play is under the direction of Juliana Stewart. This will be Stewart's eleventh play that she has directed with O'ut of the Box Players, a community theatre troupe in Ramona. Outrageous Fortune has a cast of 29 characters - 12 adults and 19 youths. It highlights the famous tragedians that you have come to know and love from the works of the great William I Shakespeare. Romeo and Juliet battle Fate, Lady Anne is driven to death via Weakness and King Richard schemes and stalks with Dece ption by his side. How about Hamlet - what is his fatal flaw? That is one for the scholars. The cast hails from all areas of the back country. Julian residents that are veterans on the OOTBP's stage are Sharon Crosswhite (Gertrude), Simon Hansen (Prospero), Sam Bennett (Macbeth), Noah Bennett (Vanity), Amanda-Crosswhite (Fate) and Selah Sladkey (Ophelia). JUlian newcomers to OOTBP are Roseann and Jeff Broz (Lord and Lady Montague), Kait Mushet (Lady Macbeth), Jensen Bell (Deception) and though not a Julian resident, but certainly a Julian "regular", John Culver will appear as King Lear. Tickets are always $5 and the BBS Playhouse is located at Bonham Bros. & Stewart Mortuary, 321 12th St, Ramona. i To learn more about the RCD's School Garden and Milkweed for Monarchs programs, visit 3582 Highway 78 at Newman Way Fax 765-2797 To reserve tickets call the Box Office at 760-789-0856 or email outofboxplayers@aol.com. Find us on Facebook - Out of the Box Players. 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