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Cuyamad, Valley, Mt. Lagur ..... Summit, Warper  ! Volume 26 - Issue 33 Wednesday March 30, 2011 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Eagles , Athletics S00pri00ng Sports Baseball Thursday March 31 away @ Mountain Empire High School 3:30PM Thursday April 14 away @ Borrego Springs High School 3:30PM Softball Tuesday April 12 away @ Guajome Park Academy Guajome Park Academy 3:30PM Thursday April 14 away @ Vincent Memorial H. S. 3:30PM Track Friday April 1 @ Mt. Empire H. S. (Redhawk Relays) 3:00PM Saturday April 9 @ Escondido High School (Calvin Christian Inv.) 10:00AM Golf Wednesday March 30 Borrego Springs High School @ Warner Springs Ranch Wednesday April 6 Escondido Adventist @ Warner Springs Ranch Friday April 8 @ Borrego Springs High School T Julian News PO Box 639 Julian, CA, 92036 Change Service Requested ____J,..so.,,o=,.0,,olll PulriatnN'0 III II,h,l,,h,hl,h,h,l,,I,,hl,,I,l,ll,,,,Ih,,,llh,,I,l,l,I Small Town Papers TFN 217 W Cota St Shelton WA 98584-2263 i@ | Daffodil Di played Ra=n Does Not Stop The Show At Town Hall photos by Michael Hart Carol Nagey, Monica Gallina Anne Dawkins and Sally Snipes are all smiles at the Blue Heron admiring the "Best of Show Entries in the 2011 Daffodil Show. Even with the weird weather the show produced hundreds of entries. House Fire In Deer Lake Park Injures One Approximately 6pm on Tuesday evening (March 22) the call went ot that there was a house fire in the Deer lake park area of Pine Hills. The structure fire at 2294 Ticanu was raging when firefighter arrived with flames coming from a second story window. Julian-Cuyamaca Fire with assistance from CalFIRE extinguished the fire and kept it limited to the single room on the second floor. The homes resident was treated at the scene for smoke inhalation and transported to the hospital for observation. This was the first action many had ever seen on a live fire since the recent training exercise only two days prior. One volunteer was quoted; "the training really helped, before that I wouldn't had been able to go in there with confidence." Investigators were on the scene the next morning but did not have a definitive cause by press time. Best Of Show Awards Music On The Mountain Library Program Features Lori Bell On Flute The Julian Library Music on the Mountain Concert Series has earned a reputation for consistently bringing high quality, entertaining artists to perform at our local library. Our next guest musician will easily continue this tradition. Lori Bell will share her incredible talent with us on Tuesday, April 5, at 6:00 pm at the Julian Branch Library. Lori works as an adjunct professor of flute at San Diego State University, but there is so much more to her than that. She has over 20 years of worldwide teaching experience, and she concentrates on both classical techniques and jazz improvisation. She specializes in imagery concepts - a technique that can help free the flutist to more fully develop expression and interpretation. Her overall focus is to heighten creativity and artistry in performance. Lori also teaches jazz piano, voice, music theory, arranging and composition. In addition to teaching, Lori has performed widely to critical acclaim. Her debut on Discovery Records, "Love Will Win," with pianist Dave Mackay and bassist Andy Simpkins was selected on the Grammy list for Best New Artist in 1983. A second Discovery disc in 1989, "Take Me to Brazil," demonstrated her ability to maintain a high level of inspiration. This album featured the first of several fine original compositions and was very well received. Lori's first solo album, "Lori Bell," was released in 2002 on the Beeswax label, 'and featured fine arrangements of original compositions as well as standards. The Grammy award panel recognized the album's comprehensive excellence with selections in five categories, among them Best Instrumental Arrangement, .Best Composition, and Best Instrumental Solo. Over the past 20 years, Lori's many performances at venues around the country have established her reputation among critics and audiences alike as a remarkably vital interpreter. A recent performance at The Vic in Santa Monica prompted the critic for the L.A. Times to notethat "Bell's playing on C flute and the lower, darker-sounding alto flute, was gorgeous, filled with light and air on the ballads, briskly inventive on her bop-tinged improvisations." In 2003, Lori headlined at the gala for the Annual Conference of the National Flute Association. She and her musical partner distinguished themselves among the many fine musicians on the stage that evening. In 2008, Lori signed a multi-album deal with Resonance Records. Her first CD, "The Music of Djavan," featuring such superb artists as pianist Tamir Hendelman, bassist David Enos, and drummer Enzo Todesco, was praised as "a rousing send-up at the hands of one of the finest virtuoso flutists of our time." The disc also received a 2009 San Diego Music Award nomination for Best Jazz Album. This collaboration of artists has performed to acclaim at many venues in the Los Angeles area. An avid lover of chamber music, Lori performs regularly with the Rinaldi String Quartet, Caprice Strings, and The Cabrillo Orchestra. Her commitment to excellence is especially shown in the breadth of classical repertoire for flute and piano she has prepared and performed with her musical partner, Diane Snodgrass, over the past five years. Currently Lori is touring a concert program called "From Bach to Bebop". Please join us on Tuesday, April 5, at 6:00 pm at the Julian Branch Library to hear one of the top jazz and classical flutists of our time. For further information, you may call the library at 760-765-0370. Julian Library is located at1850 Highway 78, Julian. Visitors to the town hall were treated to a wide variety of Daffodils and many questions about how one could judge the difference between various entries, how you could get the colors so vibrant, where to but seeds.., all patiently answered. Best in Division Best in Division 1 - Ken Wright Best in Division 2 - Ann Garcia Best in Division 3 - Dorothy Mushet Best in Division 4 D & D Winship Best in Division 5 - Carol Nagy Best in Division 6 - Joe Garcia Best in Division 7 - Ken Wright Best in Division 8 - Clara Brown Best in Division 9 - Ethan Elisara Best in Division 10 - no entries Best in Division 11 - Anita Nichols Best in Division 12 , - Brooklin Butts Best in Division 13 - Dorothy Mushet Best in Miniature Division - Ken Wright continued on page 7 Capacity Sell-Out for 20th Annual VMF Fundraiser SUpporters of the Volcan Mountain Foundation (VMF) turned out in capacity numbers on Sunday, March 20th for the 20th Annual Dinner Dance & Auction at Camp Stevens. Always one of the premier events in the Julian community, this year was a sell-out and a waiting list of eager, would-be attendees was formed. The looming storm held off through most of the event, and hearty revelers braved the rain (and some snow on North Peak) afterwards. Guests perused the silent auction items in the beautiful Blum Lodge with its James Hubbell - designed art glass, while enjoying hors d'oeurves provided by Orchard Hill Country Inn and wine & spirits from La Serenissima Vineyard & Winery, J. Jenkins Winery, and Julian Hard Cider. Once again, this largest annual fundraiser for VMF was extremely successful due the overwhelming participation of its supporters. Highlights this year included a live auction featuring a special chef's dinner hosted by Chef Jeremy Manley, of Jeremy's on the Hill, and a week for two at the luxurious destination fitness resort & spa, Rancho La Puerta. A surprise auction item, 'Delectable Mountains', was designed and presented by PBS Anne and James Hubbell discuss their bods with Carol Schloo- Wright, the Hubbels would be honored for their contributuions later in the evening. celebrity, and hall of fame quilter, Eleanor Burns, who personally told the story of how this incredible quilt came together in support of the conservation efforts for Volcan Mountain. Much appreciation is due to the members of the Julian Women's Club quilting group who assisted Eleanor and local expert quilter, Merry Jo Rembold, in creating the amazing piece of art. Long-time friend to VMF, Supervisor Dianne Jacob, gave a brief update on some photos by Brian Kramer of the projects on which she and her staff are working to ensure protection of our parks and open space. Perhaps the most excitement was created when VMF board president and auctioneer for the evening, Michael Pinto, 'auctioned off' the planned sanitation facilities for the new VMF Education & Outreach Center on Volcan Mountain. A composting toilet and solar well pump generated quite a buzz, a lot of jokes, and over $15,000 in pledges when Taste of Julian April 9th Tickets online or purchase at Mom's Pies, Country Cellars, Wynola Pizza or Menghini Winery. MaryBeth Burnham kicked off the bidding by making a substantial pledge and encouraging her fellow guests to rise to the challenge of raising the nearly $20,000 needed for the project. Peter Bergstrom, on behalf of VMF, presented James & Anne Hubbell with the 2011 Guardian Award in recognition of their enduring contributions to the preservation of Volcan Mountain. In honor of his 80th birthday this year, James, who designed the visionary gateway to the Volcan Mountain Wilderness Preserve trailhead, is also being acknowledged with a series of celebrations throughout the year. With all the excitement guests had worked up quite an appetite and were ready to enjoy the culinary creations of Chef Charles Scott from the Candied Apple Pastry Company. The meal was capped off with delightful pastries, tarts and chocolate covered strawberries crafted by Anita Nichols from Mom's Pie House with volunteer assistance from Maureen Brantley, Toni Marquette, Carol Schloo-Wright, Sally Snipes and Dyan Winship. Many guests danced the night away with music by The Swamp Critters. continued on page 7 Wednesday, April 20 8am I Jeremy's On The Hill I B 'e -- Show Off Your Business