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10 The Julian News COUNTRY REALTY w l- JUll a n Judy Raines Veronica Clark 760-604-1946 and the entire Back Country 760-803-3582 DRE #01350842 DRE #01092197 Experienced In All Aspects of Real Estate - Including Short Sale Negotiations We have homes in Julian and the back country starting with the price of $125,000. They are in good areas and are all sizes. Call us today for a list with pictures or to see any of these homes. Lovely custom Victorian home in great neighborhood of Julian. Kitchen features solid bixch cabinets, granite counter tops. Hickory and pecan flooring. Oversized, garage with RV parking and workshop. Fabulous view of the valley. Seller may carry and will look at all reasonable offers. Charming Upgraded Mountain Home Open Floor Plan 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 3 Car Garage, Many Mature Trees, Usable Land with Beautiful View. $410,000 !!i i! Lovely home well windows, Many upgrades. 3 car garage Windfall Trail--Level lot in Shelter Valley Ranchos, .paved road, all usable, recent Granite counters, vinyl survey. Only 15 minutes from Julian. $25,000. Triangle Club Looking For Members The next Julian Triangle club meeting will be on Monday May 14th at 6:00PM at the Julian Women's club. It will be a member appreciation Potluck dinner. Any women that is interested in joining the Julian Triangle is invited you can call 760,765-1598 for more information or check the Web site- Julianmelodrama.com, even like us on Facebook-Julian Triangle Club. PETS OF THE WEEK .Izzy is a 3 year old spayed Tortie who weighs about 101bs. She is a friendly gal who hops right out of her cage when the door is opened for petting and head scratches. Izzy will tell you all about her day in her low- pitched, gravely meow and will be happy to hear about your day at the office, If you are looking for an outgoing, entertaining feline pal, come to the shelter to meet Izzy. Ask for ID#A1455144 Tag#C888. She can be adopted for $58. Kirie weighs attentk her. U a little house Tag#C All al adoptio 1 year 5480 G 5:30P1% inform is a 3 Year old Spayed Chihuahua and Welsh Corgie Mix who about 161bs. She is a lovable bundle of soft fur who loves ,n from her human pals and will hang out in your lap if you let ffortunately, no one took the time to potty train Kirie, but with york and patience, she will catch on and become a wonderful :ompanion. Meet her at the shelter by asking for ID#A1456311 ;03. Kirie can be adopted for $69. toption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon n), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a license. Izzy and Kirie are at our Central County Shelter, aines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to , Tuesday through Saturday or visit www.sddac.com for more tion. ns By Bill Fink Art Contest Deadline Approaching Before I delve into the topic at hand, it is official that "The Dance" (the 6th annual) has been moved from its traditional date of the first Saturday in June to the second Saturday in June, which will be the ninth. File that, Saturday, June 9th "The Dance" with two great bands, bar-b-q, great dancing on the new floor and lots of things for the kids. The economy is tough, but my talks with merchants regarding banner sales are. positive so here we go again. "The Dance" is a lot of work but it's a lot of fun and.., it's' the biggest fundraiser of the year for the Sons of the American Legion. Those funds are what allow the Sons to keep making all those contributions to the community. The event at hand though is the Fifth Annual Art Contest. If you are participating, the deadline for your entry submittal is Sunday,. April 1st at 6 p.m. It seems that every year the entries trickle in giving rise to the ever-increasing quantities of grey hair to the ever-decreasing quantities of my existing hairs. They do come in though and last year saw the largest group of entries that we ever had. If you are dawdling, ',get er done". If you haven't heard about the contest or haven't had time to pick up an application, there's still time. Entry forms are available at the Legion with a complete set of rules. If you need information O Sons of Se American Legion Lincoln Dem Unit Post 468 : -: All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet Sausage" Eggs" Pancakes Potatoes Corn Beef Hash Biscuits and Sausage Gravy Coffee and Orange Juice ALL YOU CAN F, AT - *8.IX) A! RIL 1, 2012 07(X) - 1 ! 30 OR UNTIL SOIA)OUT o,, o 2rid  Waslngton Do,.,uo. Julian. Ca. www.julianpost468.org The Botany Of Borrego Covered In Talk April 9 Larry Hendrickson, staff advisor for the Anza-Borreglo Desert State Park Botany Society, will describe the rare and unusual plants of the park at a meeting in Borrego Springs April 9. Hendrickson, a self-taught botanist, has been studying arid documenting the plants in the desert and mountains of the region for the last 25 years. The meeting, open to the public, is slated to start at i0 a.m. at the park's Visitor Center. He is a field associate with the botany department of the San Diego Natural History Museum, and has collected more plants for the museum's Plant Atlas Project than any other participant. or can't get to the Legion building at 2rid and Washington, call 760 765-0126. The theme of the contest again this year is a "small American town country dance". The changes are that there are age groups. Twelve and under with a $25.00 prize. Eighteen and under with a $50.00 prize and the open division with a $250.00 prize. Not to slight our younger artists, the winners of the age divisions will also become contestants in the open division. We have had a high schooler win the event in the past, so a youngster taking the big prize is not beyond the pale. The winning entry becomes the logo for "The Dance". The posters, T-shirts, all the publicity and print and Internet advertising will feature the winner's art. The best of the best will be displayed at the library for a number of weeks prior to "The Dance": Arrangements are now being made with our merchants to display a lot of the other work in their storefronts. The day of "The Dance" the work will be moved to the site and auctioned offwith the funds going to benefit the community. The real winner in this event is the community. Not only does it give a platform to our youngest finger painters and to some very accomplished artists but it's fun and benefits those in your community that might need a hand from time to time. Last year a young Mom told me how she used this event as a teachable moment to encourage her youngster on the merits of helping in the community. On Monday following the end of the contest, the SAL art committee will meet in a secret location and select a group of entries that will be presented to the general membership of SAL at their monthly meeting the next night. This is usually one of the best-attended, boisterous meetings of the year. The finalists are separated and the rest of the art is displayed for viewingto see March 28, 2012 if there is a consensus to include a piece the committee did not. The finalists are then displayed with an explanation by a committee member of why the entry was selected and should be considered as the representative piece of "The Dance". Voting begins, (loud, table pounding voting) and the entries are reduced to two. The final vote to determine the winner is always close. After voting the winner is called. This year there will be three calls. The next day the artwork goes off to the printer and within a week or so the posters start hitting the street and the net. Our winner for first entry turned in this year is NUMBER 13 (thirteen). We don't know who you are but you will be the proud recipient of one package of Tasty Cake Butterscotch Krimpets and the love of an entire nation. Here Ye! Here Ye/ The monthly SAL meeting is Tuesday night at 7 PM. The voting for the Art Contest occurs. Don't miss this one. The Ladies Auxiliary meets Wednesday night at 7 PM. rve had a lot of queries about this group, so if you want to meet them or join, come to the meeting, rm sure you'll.be very welcome. The Friday night meal is by the ladies this week and it Sounds great. Chicken Fajitas, Chili Rejenos, beans, rice, chips and salsa for ten bucks. Sunday, the Sons host a breakfast to benefit the high school, junior class who are tasked with raising funds for the prom. Good cause, great all- you-can eat breakfast for eight bucks. Priceless. Across America, leaks account for over a trillion gallons of water wasted each year The next time you replace a faucet, look for the WaterSense label, which signifies a product uses less water and performs well. For information about finding and fixing leaks, visit www. epa.gov/watersense. OPEN TO ALL JULIAN RESIDENTS AND COMMUNITIES SERVIfftD BY POST 468 OPEN TO ALL AGE . ............. GROUPS AND ARTISTIC ABILITIES "" " ' 3 Divisions. 12 and Under. 131o 18 Open The winner of the twelve-year.old division will receive n check for $,'?.5.00, the winner of the eighteen-year-old division will receive 8 check for $50.00 trod the open diVillon winner wig receive n check for $250.00 that will he presented at "The Dance" on June 2, 2o12. FOR INFORMATION, APPLICATION & RULES CALL 760 765-0126 Oil 760 215-1711 PLEASE LEAVE MESSAGE HEALTH and PERSONAL SERVICES No Appointments Just Come In / Now Available Certified Animal Adjusting eO' tia  Only $30. 00 6-Bed Full Service Hospice & Dementia Case by Case License Srl|or Cqr #374601019 SUNCREST LODGE 34540 Engineers Road and Highway 79 (760) 765-0065 Marriages on the Mountain Call Dick Thiken, Chaplain 760-765-1578 dickrlt@wildblue.net Country Weddings Designed for you! 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