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April 4, 2012 Local EPerience Since 1988 * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and PreciSion Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER License #945348 H: 760-765-2975 -- C: 760-271-9585 eo Box 254 JULIAN, CA, 92036 WE-8690A IUnique and Old 5 OFF in Wynola Farms Marketplace 4470 Highway 78 TAX PREPARATION STARTS AT ,;60 INCLUDES 1040EZ, CA RETURN, EFILE AND OPTIONAL DIRECT DEPOSIT Girl Scout Celebration On March 12, all of the Julian Girl Scouts gathered at Lake Cuyamaca for a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the phone call that Juliette Lowe, the founder of Girl Scouts, made to her cousin which launched the phenomenal program. All over the nation, Girl Scout troops had sunset celebrations that day, reciting the promise, singing songs, and reflecting on what Girl Scouting means to them and their future. Our big celebration will be May 19th at the Julian !!brary at 1, and is open to all Girl Scouts past and present living in the backcountry. Girl Scout Encampment Girl Scouts of the Sunrise Valley Service Unit (which includes Ramona and the backcountry) held their annual campout for the older scouts at Anza Borrego in late March. The girls enjoyed a full weekend of orienteering, hiking, playing pools and waterfalls of the creek, tie dying T-shirts, learning the finer points of fire making and outdoor cooking, and overall playing games and enjoying each other around the campfire. Julian really needs leaders for the youngest girls (ages 5-10). Call the Girl Scout Headquarters at 619-610-0771 if you are interested. Training and support will be provided. Be part of the future of our children! On The Spanish Roads With Bill Benson By Kristi Holt Bill Benson is a familiar figure in Julian. As any parent here well knows, Bill, who retired nearly two years ago, was an excellent history teacher at Julian Junior High. And he still is! At 6:00 pm Tuesday, April 10, Bill will offer a lecture and slide show at the Julian Library where he will share his experiences about hiking the Camino De Santiago pilgrimage route across northern Spain.  In late September of 2011, Bill and his friend Emile, began their journey. They started in southwestern France, departing from the village of Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port. They trekked over the Pyrenees Mountains, heading west. 500 miles and many blisters later, they arrived at their destination - the fabled city of Santiago de Compostela, located near the Atlantic coast. We encourage you to attend Bill Benson's slide show and discussion; it is filled with wonderful anecdotes about Spanish history, the international variety of fellow travelers (you will hear some interviewed), and the concept of being a pilgrim and seeker. Come see this unusual and inspiring presentation. Julian" First Film Festival, "Wild And Scenic On Tour" Bringing Films, Filmmakers And Music Awe-inspiring footage, amazing adventures, terrible tragedy, and incredible people all rolled up into one amazing event! Julian's first ever film festival, The Wild and Scenic on Tour, May 4 - 6, 2012, is a benefit for Volcan Mountain Foundation. The Wild and Scenic Film Festival is a collection of films from the annual festival held the third wiek of January in Nevada City, Ca which is now in its 10th year! Wild and Scenic focuses on films which speak to the environmental concerns and celebrations of our planet. "Films featured at Wild and Scenic give people a sense of place," says Tour Manger, Lori Van Laanen. "When we realize that the change we need in this world begins with us we.can start making a difference. Come watch and see!" The festival is a natural extension of Volcan Mountain Foundation's work to inspire people to act on behalf of the environment. The festival kicks off Friday evening, May 4 at 7:00 p.m. with live music from Highwire at the WynOla Marketplace. Come enjoy I the music, mingle with filmmakers and filmgoers, learn about the films! Five hours of films will be showh in Town Hall and Julian Elementary on Saturday, May 5 beginning at 9:00 a.m. The sameprogram will repeat in the same locations on Sunday allowilng weekend fllmgoers to take [guided hikes on Volcan mountains or attend workshops rangirg from environmental concffrns to nature photography. SatUrday evening Town Hall Ihosts the lively sound of Grand Canyon Sundown wherq attendees can meet the fllmmkers and special guests while, enjoying local beer, wine orderves. festival is excited to =nee that fllmmakers director of ma" ,Susan Edwards, )r of "Marion Stoddart, The 1,000," and Kevin White, of "Return Flight" will be and discussing their luring the festival weekend. Joma", which has one awards including on Exploration and at the Banff Mountain and Most Inspiring the Wild and Scenic in Nevada City, is. ngest film in the festival flso contains the most insane footage, and =ost tragic ending of all Ims. "Kadoma" follows kayakers-Chris .Korbulic, and Hendri journey through with hopes of riding the of the Lukuga River in the Cgngo. The film documents their |journey with stunning footage of their rides through somof the most sinister water / I on earth; where crocodiles and hippos reign and the water is so violent few would ever survive a bad spill. Susan Edwards' film, "Marion Stoddart: The work of 1,000" parallels the journey of two characters: one a young woman discouraged at her future as a suburban housewife, the other a river -- one beautiful and teeming with wildlife -- now a hopeless, toxic sludge pit. Chronicling an important episode ,in U.S. environmental history, this inspirational story examines the human side of acclaimed. environmental pioneer Marion Stoddart who proved that with vision and commitment, an "ordinary" person can accomplish extraordinary things. Marion Stoddart also has a surprising relationship with Julian! She writes: "1 have a special connection with Julian and surroundings. I worked as a Teacher-Counselor at Camp Cuyamaca in Descanso. CA in 1952.Camp Cuyamaca was one of the first pioneer school conservation camps in the United States. At that time, every child in the 6th grade in San Diego County. attended Camp Cuyamaca for one school week. While at Cuyamaca, another teacher-counselor and I rode our bikes from Cuyamaca to Julian. It was a beautiful ride - lots of hills (mountains?) and apple orchards!" Kevin White's film, "Return Flight" tells the story of the bald eagle, once an important avian predator in the Channel Islands, a group of islands just off the coast of Southern California. Then in the early 601s the bald eagles disappeared due to egg collecting, hunting, and DDT contamination. This short film chronicles how a dedicated team of biologists and their partners has been working tirelessly for decades to bring the bald eagle back to the Channel Islands. Tickets may be purchased through the festival website, www.julianfilmfestival.com or in person at the festival headquarters, downstairs of Julian Town Hall May 4- 6. Advanced Ticket Sale Prices: One day festival pass (films only) $12.00; 3 day festival pass including films Saturday, Sunday, both Friday and Saturday evening events, workshops and guided hikes: $35.00. One day festival pass (films only) $15.00; 3 day festival pass including films Saturday, Sunday, Friday and Saturday evening events, workshops and guided hikes: $40.00; Friday night party (without festival pass): $7.00 Saturday night party (without festival pass): $10.00. For tickets or more information please call 760- 239- 6651 or go to www.julianfilmfestival.com, or on Facebook: Julian Wild and Scenic Film Festival EBT Accepted 2117 Street YOUR R PLUS ALL THE FIXIN'S Monday -- Saturday 9 am - 6 pm Sunday 9 sn -5 pm 760 . 765 , 8200 Dry Cleaning Service In by Tuesday, Back by Friday - Phone in Your Meat and Dell Orders r No Wa!t!ng #- Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 and Sat 9:00 to 5:00 ,On/i/zP s00.v,c00 ALl.TYPES OF TAX RETURN PREPARATION QuickBooks Training & Setup Incorporation Services Business Planning 619-445-5523 ph 619-445-1421 fax. www.01bts.c0m iCHE,] ',SE i and much, much more ... I [b reser,e your tickets call: i Judy Halliburton (760) 765-4736 Jan Mattias (760) 765-0436 Make checks payable to the Julian Historical Society and mail to PO Box 513, Julian, CA 92036 Presented b) Gome enjoy the Oe.00,o00s i:g food, fun and Silent Auction at the beautiful.., ii Blum Lodge at Camp Stevens 1108 Banner Grade. 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