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April 6, 2011 The Julian News 3 Celebration Combines For Parade APRIL by Diana Garrett All Your Tree Service Needs The Fourth of July Parade Committee wants to thank the community Commercial & for coming to the great fundraiser party they held at Wynola Pizza on i 11 a indue wau , of Monday, March 28. ;E~dl~@atii~.~tmtrant/wln~ anm'l~ta~r~rl~fory~Utoe~]Ol~ More than 75 people from all walks of life enjoyed themselves and Below is the c,,,em U ng ofea e ,,r. we raised $811 to help us pay for our 2011 Fourth of July parade. The Most ~sts llstedat apart Of Julian.Artists Association (see* next tom une) parade committee has a great reputation for having a good time and i. Cou,t cen,, co,., Lord--Lo Julian Pho o ph the fundraising party was no different. Bobbi Green, grand marshal for the 2011 parade, was the guest of 2. om', ( Han) K,,b- We,,he, (ow,, Sp , y honor at the gathering. Bobbi has long been involved with parades, in 3. Morn'sPies (Wyaola)*JudySonderby-Local Watercolorist Julian and elsewhere. Bobbi. who brought her husband Monte to the 4. Blue Door Winl3' (Julian) *Kiki Skage. - Local Painler- Oil event, was an Apple Day Queen, a Miss Julian, and she rode on North Wio , Ou,an *m a S .g. - Loca County's Chamber of Commerce Rose Parade award winning float in 1952. During the 1960s Bobbi decided to put on her own Fourth of 6. wy,o a (Wy,o a) - wood July Parade along with the color guard from Julian's American Legion. Me, m win The sheriff told her it was okay as long as there were no cars coming 8. J~emy's on the Hill (W:,mola) *CoPe Brown ~ Loc~ Painter-Oils & A.t~r-jIics down the street as they were walking down Main Street. Ifa car came q_ Candied Apple Pastry (Julian) Sandi Bennett & Sara Munson - Local (~htilt(rs Acce Hem 10. Julian Pie Company (Julian) *Graham Wilder &*Barbara Nlgro - ~ Photo,ix & ~elry [ 1. Hero's Dell *Mary Carol -Local Painter & Muralist - Oils. Acrylics ] Tickets also Available at [ I Mom's Pies~ l 12. Witch Cme~ Winery' (Julian)Helen Petre - Aerylics and Monoprims ] I~hln| Winmr~,', ] l Wyno~a mz~a & I 13. Apple Alley Bakery (Julian) Sbeena Mgwery - Local Weaver ] Country Cellars [ Bill, W1[NI & BPIiITB 15. Rongbranch Restaurant (Julian) Barbar~ Jean ~- Jewelr-:~ & Dream catchers 16. Cowbe|la Ranch Caf~ (Julian) *Belly Rikansrud - Local Oil Painter 17" Buffal Bills Oulian ' *Bnnie Gendrn - Wdcut Relief Prints" & Card & Handcratted Beaded Jeweam/ !~ ~ ~p ~/~~~ 18. Fajita Grill IJulian'~ Con Weeke - Masks. Gourds and Baskets ..... Lots of organic products from Albert's Organics and JULIAN UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT United Natural Foods. KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION .Dry Cleaning Service On April 21st (or any day after) - 2:30 pm in by Tuesday, Back by Friday Ptlae list in the Mote - Service through Ramona Cleaners Requirements for Kindergarten enro[[rnent: 1. Child must be Five (5) years old on or before December 2,2011 @ m - II pm Parent/Guardians must present proof of birth, such as; 81B.1B, dI,T tl - 6 ] Zln Birth Certificate or Baptismal Record at the time of registration 2. Parents/Guardians must provide proof of residency, such as Utility bill, Rental receipt, etc. at the time of registration. 3. State Law requires that the following records be presented at the time of registration: A. Polio - 4 doses, but 3 doses are enough if at least one # was given after the chitds 2nd birthday. Fourth of July Parade B. DPT/DtaP/DTfrd - 4 or more doses, but one moreCommittee treasurer; Carrol dose is needed if the last dose was given before the Ruffel accepting the money chiids 2nd birthday, from our fundraiser. We C. hPAR- 2 doses totaled $811.00. This includes D. Hepatitis- 3 doses the Homer's donation of FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 760 765 0661 $I00.00 and Les Turner; ..... winner of the 50/50, donating his winnings back to the " committee. Parade committee board of directors pose with Bobbi and Monte Green (seated) 1-r Dana Pettersen, Jum Mazzone, Mike Menghini, Mary Jean Moris, Diana Garrett, Carrol Ruffel, Jack Shelver, Albie Stark and Toni Menghini they were instructed to go up on the sidewalk. Bobbi is best known as the mistress of ceremonies for Julian's annual Melodrama; she Mobile banking powered b the sun has been involved with the show for over 40 years. She has many more accomplishments. We Unleash the freedom of mobile banking with a solar charger for your were happy she and her husband mobile phone. It's free when you open a personal checking account joined us for the festivities. Wynola Pizza has a fund at Rabobankalong with mobileand online banking with eStatements. raising program that's available Your charger doubles as a solar LED lamp - perfect for the great outdoors. to any non-profit organization in the community, according to Horner, who helped organize the Parade Committee's fundraiser. Solar powered When it was all over, he donated universal charger for 25 percent of the evening's your mobile devices proceeds and paid tribute to the committee and the members of the community who came to the event. Horner said, "The number of people who showed up to this event is a tribute to the whole community for their support of Bobbi Green pulls the winning ticket as Dana Pettersen and the Fourth of July parade". Mary Jean Morris supervise. Less Turner won the 50/50 and In addition to Horner, guests donated his winnings back to the Parade. made extra donations, which increased the benefit to the parade. These included Les Turner & Tori & Albie Stark. Para e Co--e st needs funds to help with the cost JULIAN of the parade. If you are able 2033 Main Street to donate to this fund please contact Bobbi Zane for corporate (760) 765-2765 sponsorships, 760/765-1224 or Reuters, one of the first news services to provide political, economic bobbi.zane@sbcglobal.net,or and general interest news to European newspapers, began its service Rabobank, N.A.oMemberFDtC.www.rabobankamerica.com*Offerappliesto Personal Checking, PersonallnterestChecking, SeniorChecking and Sole ProprietorCheckingonly using pigeons to carry messages between the terminals of telegraph Dana Pettersen, 760/703-7593 and ends Apfi122, 2011. $100 minirnum opening deposit required. Mustenrollin personal online banking with eStatementsand mobiJebankingtoreceivesolarcharger. Mobile lines, for community support. .OfferforCalifornia residents only.